Fonds MSG 47 - W.H. Bellamy Fonds

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W.H. Bellamy Fonds

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  • approximately 1835 (Creation)
    Bellamy, William Henry, 1800-1866

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2.5 cm of textual records

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William Henry Bellamy was a poet and lyricist. He wrote war songs at the time of the Crimean War, as well as lyrics for many sacred songs.

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Fonds consists of original manuscript for the romantic opera, "Conrad, or, The Heir of Holstein," adapted from Matthew Gregory Lewis's One O'Clock. Libretto was composed by W. H. Bellamy and music by William Hutchins Callcott.

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