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Wade, John Francis, 1711 or 1712-1786. Adeste fideles

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Personal name headingWade, John Francis, 1711 or 1712-1786. Adeste fideles
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Variant(s)Adeste fideles
Portugal, Marcos Antônio da Fonseca, 1762-1830. Adeste fideles
Reading, John, approximately 1645-1692. Adeste fideles
Wade, John Francis, 1711 or 12-1786. Adeste fideles
Wade, John Francis, 1711 or 1712-1786. Hymnus in Nativitate Christi
Wade, John Francis, 1711 or 1712-1786. Kommt, ihr Gläubigen
Wade, John Francis, 1711 or 1712-1786. O come, all ye faithful
Wade, John Francis, 1711 or 1712-1786. Portugal
Wade, John Francis, 1711 or 1712-1786. Portuguese hymn
Wade, John Francis, 1711 or 1712-1786. Venez, fidèles
See alsoDerivative work: Neswick, Bruce, 1956- Fantasia on Adeste fideles
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Derivative work: Pott, Francis, 1957- Improvisation on Adeste, fideles
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Found inIn dulci jubilo [SR] 1984: label (O come all ye faithful / trad.)
Fuld, J.J. Book of world-famous music, 3rd ed. (Adeste fideles; music and Latin words appear to have been written by John Francis Wade; English translation, O come all ye faithful, made in 1852; frequently known as the "Portuguese hymn")
His Hymnus in Nativitate, between 1948 and 1978: t.p. (Hymnus in Nativitate Christi) p. 2 (begins: Adeste fideles) (Wade isn't mentioned)
New Cath. encycl., 1967 (Adeste fideles; doubtfully ascribed to J. F. Wade or J. Reading)
Bailey, A. E. The Gospel in hymns, 1950: p. 278-279 (Adeste fideles; author John Francis Wade)
Gruber, F.X. Silent night, holy night [SR] [1942]: label (Adeste fideles = Oh, come all ye faithful : Portugal / Oakeley)
Stéphan, John.The Adeste fideles, a study on its origin and development, 1947: p. 20-23 (Concludes that J.F. Wade is the likely author of the original Latin words of Adeste fideles and the probable composer)
Early music, May 1996: p. 279-288 (caption title: The origin of Adeste fideles / Bennett Zon; supports in part one item of evidence mentioned by J. Stéphan that the Air anglois in Ch. Favart's opera Le compte d'Acajou is a parody of Adeste fideles, both with melodic similarities and texts with Jacobite subtexts; Wade's music manuscripts and printed books all display Jacobite influence)
Grove music online, viewed Jan. 25, 2012 (entry for Wade, John Francis, written by Bennett Zon: "He is best known as the composer and author of Adeste Fideles.")
Wasson, D.D. Hymntune index and related hymn materials, 1998 (Adeste fideles; source: John Francis Wade)
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