||Thomas Lloyd Fowle|
||London: F. Pitman, n.d.|
(Address - 20, Paternoster Row)
||From the uploader's mother's library. An oblong 25x18cm cloth-bound volume with pencilled date 11/3/21 formerly in the hands of an uncle, probably William Gunner, of Launceston. With music outlet stamp : DUCK, SON & PINKER, Great Music Stores, BATH & BRISTOL (which opened in 1848 and closed as late as 2011 as is explained in The Bath Chronicle).
||Fifty Easy Voluntaries
||By English Composers - For Amateur Organists
MusickSack mysteriously lists 2 Thomas Lloyd Fowles with birth dates 1816 and 1827. WorldCat lists around 30 publications by Dr Fowle, including a curious Stonehenge Polka (1855), but not 50 Easy Voluntaries. The London Gazette has an entry for March 16th 1858 where he is mentioned as Editor and Proprietor of the Musical Remembrancer. Another mention is found in The National Archives as follows : Thomas Lloyd Fowle of Ryde, Isle of Wight, doctor of music (d.1896).