Signed letter from the composer Frederick Ouseley, with short musical transcription.
My dear Robbie
It seems absurd enough! - but overleaf, I have written it for you.
Frederick A Gore Ouseley
[the notes F, A, G, in alto clef, inside a circle].
- Alan Cole. Sir Frederick Arthur Gore Ouseley, 2nd Baronet (12 August 1825 – 6 April 1889) was an English composer, organist, musicologist and priest. Ouseley's works, which are little known today, include a second oratorio, Hagar (Hereford, 1873), a great number of services and anthems, cantatas, chamber music, organ pieces and songs. Among his instructional treaties on harmony, counterpoint, fugue, and composition are Harmony (1868) and Counterpoint (1869) and Musical Form (1875).