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A Williamsburg songbook : songs, convivial, sporting, amorous &c. from eighteenth-century collections known to have been in the libraries of colonial Virginians

Author: John Edmunds; Fritz Kredel; Colonial Williamsburg, inc.,
Publisher: Williamsburg, Virginia : Colonial Williamsburg, New York : Distributed by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Inc. 1964.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: John Edmunds; Fritz Kredel; Colonial Williamsburg, inc.,
OCLC Number: 942176
Language Note: English words.
Description: xiv, 137 pages : illustrations ; 34 cm
Contents: This great world is a trouble --
Phillis at first seem'd much afraid --
The wedding, or, The farmer's holliday --
Great Lord Frog to Lady Mouse --
The good fellow --
The New England ballad --
The franck lover --
Three glorious things --
In praise of claret --
Mr. Lane's magot --
Lucretia --
Fill every glass --
When night had set the world to rest --
How do they err --
Ianthia the lovely --
To all you ladies now at land --
The snake in the grass --
The bacchanalian's wish --
The pilgrim --
The merry Gregs --
Newgate's garland --
Captain Thunder --
Here's to thee, my boy --
If you will love me --
A dialogue between Damon and Celimena --
The power of love --
The thirsty toper --
The milkmaid --
The ballad of fox hunting --
In the fields in frost and snows --
The cobler's end --
The tippling philosophers --
Cupid mistaken --
The fly --
Matrimony in fashion --
The chace --
While Phillis is drinking --
Damon and Cloe --
Jolly mortals --
Susan's complaint --
Marriage --
Hail Janus --
On his mistress --
To a jealous husband --
The nut-brown maid --
The sexton's song --
The jovial cobler of St. Hellens --
The bath medley --
What class in life --
Castabella going to sea --
The amorous swain's complaint --
A ballad on Quadrille --
To Celia --
The true use of the bottle.
Medium of Performance: medium voice
piano
Responsibility: selected and set for medium voice and keyboard by John Edmunds ; illustrated by Fritz Kredel.

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