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Author: Henry Purcell; Ian Spink; Purcell Society.
Publisher: London : Novello ; Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk : Exclusive distributor, Music Sales Ltd., ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : [New ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Excerpts Scores
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Purcell; Ian Spink; Purcell Society.
ISBN: 0711986231 9780711986237
OCLC Number: 46884430
Language Note: English words.
Notes: For 3-4 voices unacc.; Z. 245 with continuo.
Introd. and list of sources (p. ix-xiii) and critical commentary (p. 47-66) in English.
Description: 1 score (xv, 66 p.) ; 28 cm.
Contents: A health to the nut-brown lass --
An ape, a lion, a fox, and an ass --
As Roger last night --
Call for the reck'ning --
Come, come let us drink --
Come my hearts --
Down, down with Bacchus --
Drink on till night be spent --
Full bags, a brisk bottle --
God save our sov'reign Charles --
Great Apollo and Bacchus --
Here's a health, a health --
Here's that will challenge --
He that drinks is immortal --
If all be true that I do think --
I gave her cakes --
Is Charleroy's siege come too? --
Let the grave folks go preach --
Let us drink to the blades --
My lady's coachman, John --
Now England's great council's --
Now, now we are met --
Of all the instruments that are --
Once in our lives --
Once, twice, thrice, I Julia tried --
One industrious insect --
Pale faces, stand by --
Pox on you for a fop --
Prithee, ben't so sad and serious --
Room for th'express --
Since the Duke is return'd --
Since time so kind to us does prove --
Since women so false --
Sir Walter enjoying his damsel one night --
Soldier, soldier, take off thy wine --
Sum up all the delights --
The Macedon youth --
The miller's daughter riding to the fair --
The surrender of Lim'rick --
'Tis easy to force --
'Tis too late for a coach --
'Tis women makes us love --
To all lovers of music --
To thee, to thee, and to a maid --
True Englishmen drink --
Under a green elm --
Under this stone lies Gabriel John --
When V and I together meet --
Who comes there? Stand! --
Wine in a morning --
Would you know how we meet --
Young Colin cleaving --
Young John the gard'ner --
Catches from plays: Knight of Malta : Z. 599. At the close of the ev'ning ; The Richmond heiress. Bring the bowl and cool Nantz : Z. 243 ; Bonduca : Z. 574. 10, Jack, thou'rt a toper ; The English lawyer : Z. 594. My wife has a tongue --
Appendix: Fie, nay, prithee John ; Let's live good honest lives ; Tom, making a manteau.
Other Titles: Catches
Responsibility: Henry Purcell ; edited under the supervision of the Purcell Society by Ian Spink.

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