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Author: Henry R BishopHemans, Mrs.Joanna BaillieSamuel JohnsonJohn HawkesworthAll authors
Publisher: London : Goulding & D'Almaine, [1833]
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English
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Genre/Form: Musical settings
Named Person: Hemans, Mrs.; Joanna Baillie; Samuel Johnson; I Wilson
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Henry R Bishop; Hemans, Mrs.; Joanna Baillie; Samuel Johnson; John Hawkesworth; I Wilson; Donald & Mary Hyde Collection of Dr. Samuel Johnson (Houghton Library)
OCLC Number: 71258001
Notes: Dedication page on p. [3] (1st count) dated May 1833.
"These glees are intended to be sung without any accompaniment whatever, but a piano forte accompt. is added for the convenience of those who may prefer it."
Glees no. 2-6 have additional pagination at top of page.
"No more the morn with tepid rays" is also attributed to John Hawkesworth.
Engraved throughout.
Description: 1 score ([4], 55 pages) ; 37 cm
Contents: 1. Where shall we make her grave? / Hemans --
2. Up! quit thy bower / Baillie --
3. No more the morn with tepid rays / Johnson --
4. Oh! skylark for thy wing / Hemans --
5. In tears the heart opprest with grief / Hemans --
6. Come forth sweet spirit (Address to the moon) / Wilson.
Other Titles: Original English glees for three & four voices
Responsibility: the whole composed ... by Henry R. Bishop ; the poetry by Mrs. Hemans, Joanna Baillie, J. Wilson, and Dr. Johnson.

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