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The Catch club, or, Merry companions, being a choice collection of the most diverting catches for three and four voices.

Author: Joel Newman
Publisher: New York, Da Capo Press, 1965.
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Contains over 100 catches mostly from the 17th century by Purcell, Blow, and others.
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Catch club, or, Merry companions.
New York, Da Capo Press, 1965
(OCoLC)649428406
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Newman
OCLC Number: 174567
Notes: Facsim. ed.
Principally for 3 voices.
Description: 2 volumes facsimile 22 x 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Catch on the battle at Hailbron / Blow --
Kind Jenny / Blow --
[Wine wine in a morning makes us frollick and gay] / Purcell --
On the King's coming home / Blow --
[Prithee ben't so sad and ser'ous] / Purcell --
[Tis women makes us love] / Purcell --
The nut brown lass / Purcell --
A catch upon nothing / Aldrich --
The drawers catch / Brown --
On mun saint / Wise --
A Yorkshire epitaph on two Abby Lubbers / Blow --
[When V and I together meet] / Purcell --
[Let us drink, let us drink] / Purcell --
[Oyl and vinegar] / Hall --
[My man John had a thing that was long] / Eccles --
A catch by way of epistle / Purcell --
[Of all all the instruments] / Purcell --
[Sing one two three com follow] --
Prosperity to a musical society / Caesar --
A health to ou absent members / Caesar --
[Here's a health to our fleet to our great King and Queen] / Turner --
[Since time so kind to us does prove so kind] / Purcell --
[My lady's coachman John] / Purcell --
Call for the reck'ning and let us and let us be gone] / Purcell --
[He that drinks is immortal] / Purcell --
A catch on prince Eugene / Church --
[I gave her cakes and I gave her ale] / Purcell --
[Well rung Tom boy] --
A rebus upon McAnthony Hall, who keeps that Maremaid Tavern in Oxford, so plays his part very well on the violin / Purcell --
[To thee to thee and to a maid that kindly will up-on her / Purcell --
[Young John the gard'ner] / Purcell --
[Full bags, a brisk bottle and a beautiful face] / Purcell --
[Crown the glass, crown the glass] / Gillier --
[The Macedon youth left behind] / Purcell --
[Under a green Elm lies Luke Shepherds Helm] / Purcell --
Is Charleroy's siege come] / Purcell --
[Aron thus proposed to Moses] / Purcell --
A catch in the play of the knight of Malta / Purcell --
[As Roger last night to Jenny lay close] / Purcell --
A catch on the London coppers / Brown --
Counsel for married folks / Wise --
A rebus on the late Mr. Henry Purcell's name / Tomlinson --
[Count Ofsory why what of he!] / Aldrich --
[When a woman that's Buxom] / Lackson --
A catch on Iudith and Holifernes / Wise --
A catch on the midnight cats / Wise --
[Here's a health] / Purcell --
A catch in praise of white wine / Reading --
John the miller --
[Go feeble tyrant and invain thy fruitless conquest boast] / Gillier --
Tom Tary and Titus --
A catch on a man wit a wry nose / Brown --
[Come all ye high churchmen] / Hall --
A catch upon a coffee mill --
The almanac catch / Brown --
The Bedford catch for 3 voices: Being an epitaph upon two good wives, the one dead and the other living / Brown --
[Come hear me] / Blow --
The Czar's health / Hall --
The good fellow --
A catch upon small beer / Aldrich --
[Let us love and drink our liquor] / Lenton --
[Dost thou not remember Ned] / Aldrich --
[Taking his beer with old Anarcharsis] / Aldrich --
[To see on fire a boyling pot] / Wilson --
On a scolding wife --
[Our friend at the maremaid's down] / Aldrich --
[Come Iack drink] / Brown --
A catch upon Tom Jally's nose / Aldrich --
[Joan, Joan, for your part] --
[Poor Owen, poor Owen] / Church --
[Where they drank their wine in bowls] --
A catch upon Mr. Young and his sons / Caeser --
An answer to Ton Jolly's nose / Aldrich. pt. 2. [Would you know how me meet] / Purcell --
Advice to friend Jacob in Cronhill / Brown --
[Here's that will challenge all the fair] / Purcell --
[The miller's daughter riding to the fair] / Purcell --
[A silver swan] --
The agreement / Brown --
Catch on good Claret / Day --
[Soldier, soldier, take off thy wine] / Purcell --
Drink on, drink on] / Purcell --
[Jack thou'rt a toper] / Purcell --
A catch on Duke of Marlborough's victory over the French / Brown --
The King's health / Blow --
[Room, room, room, room, room, for th'express] / Purcell --
The praise of claret / Reading --
[Bring the bowl, and cool nantz] / Purcell --
Pale faces stand by] / Purcell --
[Now now we are met] / Purcell --
Tom the taylor / Purcell --
The London constable / Purcell --
A Saturday night's catch / Brown --
[True English men drink a good health to the miter] / Purcell --
[Sir Walter, enjoying his damsel one night] / Purcell --
[Once, twice, thrice] / Purcell --
[Your merry poets, old boys] --
In praise of the punch bowl / Blow --
[Here lies a woman who can deny it?] --
[Here where is my landlord] --
Catch on the French at Audenard and Lilie / Brown --
Celia learning on the spinet / Isum --
[If all be true that I do think] / Purcell --
A catch on the London waterman / Isaac --
The King of Spain's health / Hall --
A catch upon our Victory at sea / Blow --
[Pox on you] / Purcell --
[Young Collin cleaving of a beam] / Purcell --
A catch on tobacco --
A catch on St. John and his lady / Brown --
[Was ever mortal man so fitted] / Brown --
[Come come let us drink] / Purcell --
[Have you observ'd the wench in the street] --
An epitaph on Sr. Harry and his mistress / Brown --
A chiding catch --
[There was an old man at Walton-Cross --
[A catch on Mr. Jery Clarke's old dog Spott / Brown --
[Confusion] / Eccles --
A catch on the famous expedition at Vigo / Brown --
'Tis too late for a coach / Purcell --
[Come hither Tom and make up three, and sing this catch with me] --
A catch upon port wine --
[If any so wise is, that sack he despises] --
A catch on the modern courage and conduct of the French / Brown --
[Sum up all the delights] / Purcell --
Gallopping Joan / Brown --
A womans rule should be in such a fashion --
The King's health / Clarke --
Tinking Tom was an honest man / Ackeroyd --
Upone Christ church bells in Oxford --
A catch on malt liquor / Brown --
Here Tom, here's a health / Willis --
Let's fuddle our noses / Williams --
Second part of Bartholomew fair / Blow --
[Frank what shall we do for an hour or two] / Willis --
[Quoth Jack on a time to Tom] / Morgan --
Catch on a Parsons decriped old dog call'd Barnet / Brown --
An old epitaph / Purcell --
A catch upon a liquor call'd punch / Tudway --
Say good master Bacchus --
[She that will eat her breakfast in her bed] --
On a widow who married an old widower --
[There was three cooks in Colebrook] --
[Hark! Harry, Harry, hark!] / Eccles --
[Let's live good honest lives] / Purcell --
[In drinking sull bumpers there is no deceit] / Clarke --
[An ape, a lyon, a fox, and an ass] / Purcell --
[Whose three hogs are these] --
[Once in our lives, let us drink to our wives] / Purcell --
[Good Symon, how comes it your nose looks so red] --
A cat catch / Brown --
[Here dwells a pretty maid whose name is Sis].
Other Titles: Merry companions
Responsibility: With an introduction to the Da Capo ed. by Joel Newman.

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Contains over 100 catches mostly from the 17th century by Purcell, Blow, and others.

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