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The Boston glee book : consisting of an extensive collection of glees, madrigals, and rounds : selected from the works of the most admired composers : together with many new pieces from the German

Author: Lowell Mason; George James Webb
Publisher: Boston : J.H. Wilkins & R.B. Carter, and G.W. Palmer & Co., 1838.
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Genre/Form: Inscriptions (Provenance)
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Unknown; Madrigals; Canons and rounds
All Authors / Contributors: Lowell Mason; George James Webb
OCLC Number: 852935589
Description: 1 score (264 pages) ; 18 x 25 cm
Contents: Flora gave me fairest flowers / Wilbye --
Swiftly from the mountain's brow / Webbe --
Oh! tarry, gentle traveller / Callcott --
Return, return, my lovely maid / Earl of Mornington --
The seasons / Arnold --
Why should a sigh escape us / F. Otto --
When time was entwining / Callcott --
Hail! smiling morn / R. Spofforth --
Thyrsis. when he left me / Callcott --
The dazzling air / C.S. Evans == With sighs, sweet rose / Callcott --
In the lonely vale of streams / Ossian ; Callcott --
Now is the month of Maying / Morley --
Come on the light wing'd gale / Ossian ; Callcott --
The mariners / Callcott --
You gave me your heart / Webbe --
Ye spotted snakes / R.I. Stephens --
Winds gently whisper / J. Whitaker --
Land of our fathers / Webb --
Chairs to mend! --
Hark! above us on the mountain / C. Kreutzer --
Arise my fair one, come away! / R. Spofforth --
Health to my dear / R. Spofforth --
Awake! Æolian lyre / Danby --
We are all noddin' --
Hark! how the rain is falling / Callcott --
Rise, Cynthia, rise / Hook --
Hark! 'tis the bells --
Here in cool grot / Earl of Mornington --
How sweet the joy at morning hour / C. Kreutzer --
The sun's gay beam on the hill top glows / C.M. von Weber --
Brightly the morning gleams in the eastern skies (Song fothe lark) / F.X. Eisenhofer --
Ah! how Sophia / Callcott --
While the lark's gay song is sounding / F.X. Eisenhofer --
From this roof myt shepherd went / Callcott --
Hark! the merry Christ Church bells --
A boat! a boat to cross the ferry / Jenkins --
Where the bee sucks / Arne & Jackson --
Just like love is yonder rose / John Davy --
The spring, the pleasant spring is blown / R. Spofforth --
Oh! share my cottage / Callcott --
Serene and mild / S. Webbe --
Sweet thrush / J. Danby --
Thy voice, O Harmony / Samuel Webbe --
The midges dance aboon the burn --Banish, oh! banish thy fears of to-morrow / O. Lorenz --
Gallant and gaily / W. Horsley --
Spring's delights are now returning / Müller, altered --
Away! away! in early day / S. Webbe, altered --
Lovely seems the moon's fair lustre / Callcott --
When shall we three meet again? (The witches' glee) / M.P. King --
Thou, thou reign'st in this bosom / [Pax, altered] --
Thou, thou reign'st in this bosom / C.E. Pax --
The three huntsmen / C. Kreutzer --
He who trusts in ladies fair / Eisenhofer --
As on the mournful poplar bough / Callcott --
When Sappho tun'ed / John Danby --
Daughter sweet / Samuel Webbe --
I've been sitting by the hill side --
The fairies / Callcott --
Behold the morning gleaming / C.M. von Weber --
Good morning / J.W. Berner (2 versions) --
May month is coming / C. Blum --
The Red cross knight / Callcott --
Oh! how delightfully here we enjoy us / Mozart --
When evening's shade / W. Sutor, altered --
Flow, O my tears / John Bennett --
Hark! the hollow wood surrounding / John Stafford Smith --
Come, let's sing a merry round / Marachner, altered --
Wilt thou lend me thy mare / Nares --
Youthful flower, scarce yet blooming / Carl Blum, altered --
Let the smiles of youth appearing --
How merrily we live / Michael Este --
While all is hush'd (Boat song) / Kreutzer, altered --
It is the merry month of May / J. Blewitt, abridged --
Swift as a flash / Rossini --
Hail! hallowed fane! / Lord Mornington --
The fairest flowers the vale prefer / Danby --
Oh! lady fair --
[Chill falls the rain] --
Come again sweet love / Dowland --
How sweet, how fresh, this vernal day / Paxton --
Come, sing this round with me / Martini --
O call me swift from these tempestuous scenes / Callcott.
Responsibility: arranged expressly for this work by Lowell Mason and George J. Webb.

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