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Short Name: Thomas Helmore
Full Name: Helmore, Thomas, 1811-1890
Birth Year: 1811
Death Year: 1890

A graduate of Magdalen College, Oxford, England, Thomas Helmore (b. Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England, 1811; d. Westminster, London, England, 1890) was ordained a priest in the Church of England, but his main contribution to the church was in music. He was precentor at St. Mark's College, Chelsea (1842-1877), and master of the choristers in the Chapel Royal for many years. He promoted unaccompanied choral services and played an important part in the revival of plainchant in the Anglican Church. Helmore was involved in various publications of hymns, chants, and carols, including A Manual of Plainsong (1850) and The Hymnal Noted (with John Mason Neale).

Bert Polman


Tunes by Thomas Helmore (8)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
RESONET IN LAUDIBUSThomas Helmore (Harmonizer)153135 65531 35654
[Days grow longer, sunbeams stronger] (33556)T. Helmore (Arranger)233556 65544 32333
DIES EST LAETITIAET. Helmore (Harmonizer)111234 21226 71111
[Earthly friends will change and falter]Rev. T. Helmore, M. A. (Arranger)113554 65355 31211
ANGELUS EMITTITURThomas Helmore (Harmonizer)145671 71712 11767
[Here is joy for every age]Thomas Helmore, 1811-1890 (Composer)355671 76756 45555
O QUANTA QUALIAThomas Helmore, 1811-1890 (Adapter)611231 14322 15314
VENI EMMANUEL (Chant)Thomas Helmore (Adapter)10813555 46543 4531
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