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Six English cantatas for one voice : four for a flute and two with a trumpet and other instruments. Book ye second

Author: John Christopher PepuschJohn HughesJohn SlaughterJames BlackleyGee, Mr.All authors
Publisher: London : Printed for J. Walsh, servant in ordinary to his Britanick Majesty, at ye Harp & Hoboy in Katherine Street, near Somerset House in ye Strand, & J. Hare, at ye Viol & Flute in Cornhill near the Royall Exchange, [1720]
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Genre/Form: Scores
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: John Christopher Pepusch; John Hughes; John Slaughter; James Blackley; Gee, Mr.; Theobald, Mr.; Colley Cibber; James Brydges Chandos, Duke of; John Walsh; John Hare; John Milton and Ruth Neils Ward Collection (Harvard Theatre Collection)
OCLC Number: 81094188
Language Note: English words.
Notes: For soprano with varying accompaniment: no. 1-4 with recorder and continuo, no. 5-6 with trumpet and chamber orchestra.
Unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument.
Dedication to James, Duke of Chandos--p. [3] (1st count).
Engraved throughout, with illustrated t.p.
Description: 1 score ([4], 46 pages) ; 34 cm
Contents: Cantata I. Love frowns in beauteous Myra's eyes / the words by Mr. Jno. Hughes --
Cantata II. Cleora sat beneath a shade / the words by Mr. Ino. Slaughter --
Cantata III. When love's soft passion had usurp'd my breast / the words by Mr. James Blackley --
Cantata IV. Menaleas once the gayest Swain / the words by Mr. Gee --
Cantata V. Kindly sate at length release me / the words by Mr. L. Theobald --
Cantata VI. While pale Britannia pensive sate / the words by Mr. Cibber.
Other Titles: English cantatas,
Responsibility: compos'd by I.C. Pepusch.

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