Online resources

Directly relating to Malchair and his tunebooks

Tim Healey's DNB article on Malchair: oxforddnb.com/index/56/101056011/
The same text can be found here: vwml.org/browse/browse-collections-dance-tune-books

Robert Bruce's Grove article on Malchair
oxfordmusiconline.com/subscriber/article/grove/music/17528

Sleevenotes from Magpie Lane, on where to find Malchair's tunes
magpielane.co.uk/sleevenotes/sources/malchair.htm

PDFs of Malchair's tunebook at the Vaughan Williams Memorial Library
vwml.org/browse/browse-collections-dance-tune-books/browse-malchair


Relating to Malchair's art and eighteenth-century Oxford

Malchair's watercolours and drawings of Headington
headingtonheritage.org/c18-headington-by-malchair/

‘Now the country becomes suddenly Welsh’: John Malchair of Oxford, an artist and musician in 1790s Wales - from the Curious Travellers project blog
http://curioustravellers.ac.uk/en/

Oxford History website, including a tour of Broad Street, where Malchair lived
oxfordhistory.org.uk/broad/index.html

Investigation into the Gentleman's Servant, featuring some of Malchair's artwork
nicholashedges.co.uk/work-in-progress/servant/feed.php


Relating to William Crotch

Some artwork by William Crotch
peppiattfineart.co.uk/display.php?KT_artists=Dr+William+Crotch



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