In the two "Scottish Rhapsodies" for orchestra, in the music to The Little Minister, and in a beautiful fantasia for pianoforte and orchestra on Scottish themes, he has seized the essential, not the accidental features of his native music.
O sacrum convivium appears to have its origins as an instrumental fantasia and then to have been re-written as a vocal piece.
An early Coprario 4-part fantasia will demonstrate that he borrowed motives directly from a Ferrabosco madrigal.
The haphazard cylinders he substituted displayed a musical fantasia.
Fantasia of Four Parts, the final movement takes its title from the string fantasia of Four Parts, the final movement takes its title from the string fantasias of English composers such as Gibbons and Purcell.