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Volume of music bound for Miss Eliza Perkins. Principally vocal music; also includes some music for the piano. Published principally in New York, Philadelphia, London or Edinburgh. US-CAe , Merritt Mus 502.22
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    Source type: Composite
    Content type: Notated music
    Format, extent: other
    Dimensions: 33 cm
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Contents note: Young Lochinvar from Marmion / composed by J. Mazzinghi -- Glee : Drink to me only with thine eyes -- The rapids : a Canadian boat song / arranged by T. Moore, esq. -- A Canadian boat song : arranged for a single voice -- Away with melancholy -- No. 15 Button & Whitaker's selection of dances, reels and waltzes with figures : Morning star ; Persian dance ; The tower hornpipe ; Hit or miss ; Bang up -- The thorn : a favorite ballad song --Durandarte and Belerma : a Spanish ballad / music by Barthelemon -- Ballad : Oh stay sweet fair / Sir John A. Stevenson -- Pollacca : a favorite song / composed by Braham -- Come blushing rose -- Ballad : Oh lady fair -- From thee Eliza -- Friendship -- The downfall of Paris -- St. Patricks Day in the morning : a favorite Irish air : made a rondo for the piano forte / by T.H. Butler -- Ca' the ewes to the knows : a favourite old Scots song as sung at the Edinburgh concert : set for the voice, piano-forte, violin, or German flute -- Fair Ellen : a favorite ballad / the words by T. Dibdin ; the music by J. Braham -- Advice / written & composed by Mr. Dibdin and sung by him in his new entertainment called A tour to the land's end -- What ails this hart o' mine / written by a lady ; with symphonies & accompanyments composed by Mr. Ross -- If ye were trembling in the blast / written by Robt. Burns --Braw braw lass of Gala water -- [We'll gang nae mair to yon town] -- A strathspey -- O cherub content / words by Mr. Thos. Campbell -- Of a' the airts the win' can blaw / the words by Robt. Burns -- A man's a man for that / by Robert Burns -- Sweet is the vale / composed by Her Grace the Duchess of Devonshire ; arranged by G. Woodham -- Caravane's march -- March in The forty thieves -- Ah! Cruel maid : duett ... in the grand romance of the Forty thieves -- Lady Maria Parker's (now Lady Binning) strathspey / composed by Miss M. of O. ; to which is added four tunes, two of which are composed by Miss H. Baird of Saughton hall -- The humours of Laurencetown : a favourite air / made into a rondo ... by G. Schetky -- Lord Alexander Gordon's reel / arranged as a rondo for the piano forte by I.G.C. Schetky -- Célébre ouverture de J. Haydn : ajustée pour le clavecin -- Ouverture of Julie -- From the vocal works of Handel / arranged with a separate accompaniment for the organ or piano forte by Dr. John Clarke : Now strike the golden lyre again : part the second -- The overture to the Golden farmer, or Harlequin plough boy / composed by W. Ware -- Music Journal no. 82 : Instrumental section : Overture to Lodoiska / Kreitzer -- Music Journal no. 84 : Instrumental section -- Ouverture de [l'opera] Blaise et Babet / par Mr. Dezaides ; arrangé pour le clavecin ou piano forte, avec l'accompagnement d'un violon.
Local number: (OCoLC)608627272
Library (siglum) shelfmark: Merritt Mus 502.22
RISM ID no.: 1001138608
Last update: June 22, 2023