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Pleyel, Ignace

Vocal pieces

  • Work information

    Language: English
  • Source description

    Title on source: Scots Songs composed for G. Thomson
    Material:
    • score: 33f.
      Autograph manuscript: 1770-1800
  • Further notes

    Notes: [S.l.], [s.n.], end of the 18th century
    32 songs for 1 or 2 voices, vl and cemb
    Beneath a green shade / The night her silent sable / When wild wars' deadly blast / Hear me ye Nymphs / Farewel to Lochaber / Gin living worth / One day I heard Mary say / From thee Eliza / The last time I came / Will ye go to the ewe-bught / A lass that was laden / One morning very early / Sweet Annie / My sheep I neglected / Oh open the door / The smiling morn / Busk ye my bonny / Braw braw lads / Here awa', there awa' / O waly waly up the bank / Behind you hills / 'Twas in that season / My daddy is a cauker'd carle / [2 voices] / What beauties does Flora disclose / My Patie is a lover gay / Ah Cloris could I now / Farewell thou fair day / Shepherds I have lost / Your wel come to Paxton / The lawland lads / The yellow hair'd Laddie / There's auld Rob Morris
    Pleyel, Ignace
Library (siglum) shelfmark: GB-Lbl  Add. 35276
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