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Rainbeau (Dr)
Rimbault, E. F.
Rimbault, Edward
Rimbault, Edward F.
Rimbault, Edward Francis
Rimbault, Edwd. F.
Dates: 
1816-1876
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Related names: 
Byrd, William (1543?-1623)
Gibbons, Orlando (1583-1625)
Hopkins, E. J. (1818-1901)
Hopkins, E.J.
Hopkins, Edward John
Hopkins, Edward John (1818-1901)
Hutton, Henry
Morley, Thomas (1557?-1602)
Purcell, Henry (1659-1695)
Sumner, William Leslie (1904-1973)
Topsy, Turvey & Co
Wienandt, Elwyn A.
Titles: 
amber witch, The
Ancient poetical tracts of the sixteenth century reprinted from unique copies formerly in the possession of the late Thomas Caldecott
ancient vocal music of England., The
Bible.
Bibliotheca madrigaliana. A bibliographical account of the musical and poetical works published in England during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, under the titles of madrigals, ballets, ayres, canzonets, etc. etc
Bonduca : a tragedy,.
Catalogue of the valuable library of the late Edward Francis Rimbault
Chappell's 100 operatic melodies
Cock Lorell's bote.
collection of anthems for voices and instruments, A
Fantaisies
Fantasies in three parts composed for viols
first set of madrigals for three, four five and six voices, composed by Thomas Bateson, scored from the original part books, printed A. D. 1604 and edited by Edward F. Rimbault..., The
Follie's anatomie: or, satyres & satyricall epigrams
Four Knaves, The : a series of satirical tracts
full cathedral service as used on the festivals and saints' days of the Church of England, 1845:, The
Gallery of great composers.
Gentle words
Happy land : tyrolienne
History of the organ
Johann Sebastian Bach: his life and writings.
Kind-Heart's dream containing five apparitions with their invectives against abuses reigning : from the original black-letter tract, printed (without date) in 1592
knight's conjuring, A : done in earnest, discovered in jest
little book of Songs and Ballads, gathered from ancient musick books, MS. and printed, A
Madrigaux
Maroccus extaticus, or, Bankes' bay horse in a trance from the original tracts printed in 1595
mass for five voices, A : composed between the years 1555 & 1558 ...
Memoirs of musick
Messes
miscellaneous works in prose and verse of sir Thomas Overbury, KNT., now first collected, The
Musical illustrations of Bishop Percy's reliques of ancient English poetry : a collection of old ballad tunes, etc. : chiefly from rare mss. and early printed books : deciphered from the obsolete notation, and harmonized and arranged according to modern usage
Ode composed for the anniversary of St Cecilia's day A.D. 1692
Old ballads illustrating the great frost of 1683-4 and the fair on the river Thames
Old cheque-book, or book of remembrance, of the chapel royal, from 1561-1744
organ, The
Parthenia, or, The first musick ever printed for the virginals, 1847:
Schoolroom songs
Two sermons preached by the boy bishop at St. Paul's, temp. Henry VIII. [i.e. VII.] and at Gloucester, temp. Mary.
Who was "Jack Wilson," the singer of Shakespeare's stage? An attempt to prove the identity of this person with John Wilson, doctor of musick, in the University of Oxford, A.D. 1644.
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