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Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 1810-1876

Betty Matthews

Samuel Sebastian Wesley, 1810-1876

a centenary memoir.

by Betty Matthews

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Published by Kenneth Mummery in Bournemouth .
Written in English

  • Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, -- 1810-1876.

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    - Person Name: Samuel S. Wesley Composer of "AURELIA" in Choice Hymns of the Faith Samuel Sebastian Wesley (b. London, England, ; d. Gloucester, England, ) was an English organist and composer. The grandson of Charles Wesley, he was born in London, and sang in the choir of the Chapel Royal as a boy.

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46 rows  Samuel Sebastian Wesley () echo ' '; Home; Hymn Search; Contact. Samuel Sebastian Wesley was the son of Samuel Wesley ("the English Mozart") and Sarah Suter.

His father named him Sebastian after Bach whose music he greatly admired. His father was careful to develop the boy's natural instinct for music - S. Wesley was a gifted : Samuel Sebastian Wesley (14 August – 19 April ) was an English organist and composer.

Biography Born in London, he was the eldest child in the composer Samuel Wesley's second family, which he formed with Sarah Suter having separated from his wife Charlotte. Get this from a library. Samuel Sebastian Wesley, a centenary memoir. [Betty Matthews]. Resources by Samuel Sebastian Wesley () Letters of Samuel Wesley to Mr.

Jacobs, organist of Surrey Chapel, relating to the introduction into this country of the works of John Sebastian Bach / Ed. by his daughter Eliza Wesley Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, [ Book: ] At State Library of QLD.

Samuel Sebastian Wesley (–) was the illegitimate son of Samuel Wesley (–) and his housekeeper, Sarah Suter. Samuel Wesley had initially set up home with Charlotte Louisa Martin, of whom his family thoroughly disapproved.

They married secretly when it was discovered that she was expecting their first child. A book published in provides a fascinating account of how Samuel Wesley's marriage to Charlotte finally broke up with her discovery of Samuel's affair with the teenage domestic servant Sarah Suter.

Samuel and Sarah never married but had 4 children together, among them Samuel Sebastian Wesley (–) who was a cathedral en: Samuel Sebastian Wesley.

The composer of the tune HEREFORD, Samuel Sebastian Wesley (), was the son of Samuel, Charles’s son. He was a famous performer and composer of hymn tunes, church services, works for organ, anthems, and two psalm settings (Young,).

Samuel Sebastian Wesley (14 August — 19 April ) Name in Other Languages: サミュエル・セバスチャン・ウェスレー, 塞繆爾塞巴斯蒂安衛斯理, 塞缪尔塞巴斯蒂安卫斯理, Samuel Wesley, סמואל סבסטיאן וסלי, صموئيل سيباستيان ويسلي.

Samuel Sebastian Wesley () is one of the most influential figures in English Cathedral Music. In rewriting the settings of the Canticles he revived devotion to that part of the service; he is also the author of many memorable anthems. Beyond composition, his influence was extended through controversial reforming pamphlets on the subject.

Wesley, a not­ed or­gan­ist and the­a­ter con­duc­tor, was a grand­son of hymn­ist Charles Wesley. His mu­sic­al ca­reer be­gan as a choir boy in the Cha­pel Roy­al and St. Paul’s. Inhe be­gan serving as an or­gan­ist, and start­ed to com­pose re­li­gious mu­sic.

Samuel Sebastian Wesley (14 August. 19 April ) was an English organist and composer. Born in London, he was the eldest child in the composer Samuel Wesley's second family, which he formed with Sarah Suter having separated from his wife Charlotte.[1] Samuel Sebastian was the grandson of Charles Wesley.

Samuel Sebastian Wesley (born London, 14 August ; died 19 April ) was an English organist and composer.

He was the greatest English composer of church music of his day. He lived at a time when the standard of music in England had become very bad.

He did a lot to improve it, especially church music. Tune: AURELIA, 7 6 7 6 D; Samuel Sebastian Wesley, All Are Welcome Text: Marty Haugen, b. Tune: TWO OAKS, 9 6 8 6 8 7 10 with refrain; Marty Haugen,File Size: KB. Samuel Sebastian Wesley, in part named after Johann Sebastian Bach, was the son of prolific English composer and keyboardist Samuel Wesley and the great-nephew of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist his output was modest compared to that of his father, Samuel Sebastian Wesley is considered by some as the greatest figure in English cathedral.

Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Samuel Sebastian Wesley (14 Aug –19 Apr ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing St. Bartholomew's Churchyard, Exeter, City of Exeter, Devon, England ; Maintained by julia&keld (contributor ).Burial: St Bartholomew Churchyard, Exeter, City of.

Samuel Sebastian Wesley () was the grandson of Charles Wesley (of the Methodist Movement) and son of composer Samuel Wesley (known for the tune "Aurelia" commonly sung to the text "The Church's One Foundation").

Wesley uses a text straight from Scripture here. You can pick out the verses from 1 Peter 1. Ascribe Unto the Lord, O Ye Kindreds of the People, Samuel Sebastian Wesley, Samuel Sebastian Wesley. Samuel Sebastian Wesley () composed the tune AURELIA inand it appeared with a variety of texts including the canto "Jerusalem the Golden," translated from the Latin by John Mason Neale.

The tune name derives from that association, since "golden" in Latin is. Hymn #Text: Samuel John Stone ()Music: Samuel Sebastian Wesley ()Tune name: AURELIA THE TEXT InJohn Colenso, the Bishop of Natal in South Africa, was deposed by his metropolitan, Bishop Robert Gray of Cape Town, because of various heretical views inspired by higher-critical approaches to Scripture.

As Ian Bradley notes in The Book. Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which according to his abundant mercy hath begotten us again unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, To an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, that fadeth not away, reserved in heaven for you, who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation.

Samuel Sebastian Wesley Label from public data source Wikidata; Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, ; Sources. found: Music for the Kings and Queens of England [SR] c label (S.S. Wesley). 'Cast me not away from thy presence,' Samuel Sebastian Wesley (). The St. Gregory Choir of Grace Episcopal Church, Dr.

Scott Bennett, Organist and Master of the Music. The Fourth Sunday. Wesley: Sacred Choral Works CHAN About Chandos. About Us; Chandos Records is one of the world's premier classical music record companies, best known for its ground breaking search for neglected musical gems.

Composer: Samuel Sebastian Wesley () Frances Ridley Havergal was born on Dec. 14,in Astley, Worcastershire, England. She was the daughter of Canon W.H. Havergal, a hymnist and. SAMUEL SEBASTIAN WESLEY ( - ) Son of the composer and organist Samuel Wesley, grandson of the hymn-writer Charles Wesley and great nephew of John Wesley, the founders of Methodism, Samuel Sebastian Wesley was a chorister at the Chapel Royal before embarking on a career as an organist, employed successively at the cathedrals of Hereford.

Samuel Wesley, (born Feb. 24,Bristol, Gloucestershire, Eng.—died Oct. 11,London), composer and organist who helped introduce the music of J.S.

Bach into son of Charles Wesley, the hymn writer, and the nephew of John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, he began an oratorio, Ruth, at the age of 6 and at age 11 published Eight Lessons. This entry was posted in Wesley, Samuel Sebastian () and tagged 1 Kings, 1 Kings 8, 1 Kings1 Kingsalbum, anthems, CD, CPDL, English, O Lord my God, sheetmusicplus, Solomon by John.

Bookmark the permalink. Get this from a library. S.S. Wesley: portrait of a Victorian musician. [Paul Chappell]. Wesley (–) was the most important nineteenth-century English composer of his generation.

The illegitimate son of Samuel Wesley, Samuel Sebastian was known for his virtuoso organ playing (particularly his improvisations), his innovative church compositions – and his prickly personality.

Nineteenth-century composer Samuel Sebastian Wesley () chose to begin with Psalm for his setting, which is the Offertory anthem for this morning.

The musical texture of this setting ranges from a high, pleading “Wash me throughly” to the melodic depths of “For I acknowledge my faults.”. Samuel Wesley left several children; his eldest son, Rev. Charles Wesley, D.D. (), was sub-dean of the Chapel Royal, and editor of a collection of words of anthems.

His younger son, Samuel Sebastian Wesley (), was also gifted organist and composer, who inherited the genius of his father. Samuel Sebastian Wesley () The Church’s One Foundation is a tale (or collaboration) of two Samuels Samuel Sebastian Wesley The tune to this well-known hymn is called “Aurelia,” composed by the “natural” (illegitimate) son of Samuel Wesley and the grandson of the hymn writer Charles Wesley, one of the great leaders in the.

Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Brass Choir or Ensemble - Intermediate - Digital Download Composed by Samuel Sebastian Wesley ().

Arranged by Joseph Pugh. Christian, Spiritual, Sacred, General Worship. Score, Set of Parts. 3 pages. Published by Joseph Pugh (S). By Samuel Sebastian Wesley (). Book Only. Composed 16 pages. Harmonia #HU Published by Harmonia (). Usually leaves our warehouse: Within 2. ( - ) 6 sheet music 1 MP3.

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If you use and likethank you to consider. These items document the lives of Charles Wesley, his wife Sarah Gwynne Wesley (–), their sons Charles Wesley, Junior (–) and Samuel Wesley (–), their daughter Sarah Wesley (–), and their grandson, the composer Samuel Sebastian Wesley (–).

This music score is the second of two anthems that Dr. Samuel Sebastian Wesley (–), grandson of Charles Wesley, wrote as settings for Ecclesiasticus – Ecclesiasticus, also known as Sirach (in Greek) and Sira (in Hebrew) is the longest book in the Apocrypha and the final book of the Apocrypha.

Author of The organs and organists of Winchester Cathedral, Index to 'The organ', The organs and organists of Salisbury Cathedral, Samuel Sebastian Wesley,The organs and organists of Exeter cathedral, Some former organs of St.

Anne's, Soho, My Picture Dictionary (Dictionaries), Marx. Two of his sons were Dr Wesley, sub-dean of the Chapel Royal, and Dr Samuel Sebastian Wesley (), the famous composer and organist of Gloucester Cathedral.

BIBLIOGRAPHY. A volume of Charles Wesley's sermons with memoir appeared in Lives by Thomas Jackson () and John Telford (). Ascribe unto the Lord (published in ) composed by Samuel Sebastian Wesley () Performed by Seabury Academy, Choristers, Norwalk, CT, St.

Paul’s on the Green, Episcopal Church, Norwalk, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Fairfield, Connecticut.Der Artikel Samuel Sebastian Wesley (): Son of the organist Samuel and grandson of Charles Wesley, Samuel Sebastian held various positions as organist in English cathedrals.

As a performer and as a composer of organ music he lived at a time of transition in English organ-playing and construction, as the full pedal-board came into 4/5(1).He also died unmarried. Samuel, the younger brother (), was even more gifted than Charles as an organist and composer; he was also a lecturer on musical subjects.

Two of his sons were Dr Wesley, sub-dean of the Chapel Royal, and Dr Samuel Sebastian Wesley (), the famous composer and organist of Gloucester Cathedral. BIBLIOGRAPHY.