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Songs with piano
Folk songs, English
Excerpts Vocal scores with piano
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J Young; Broadhurst, Miss; A Warrell, Mrs.; Gerard Vogler; John Hodgkinson; William Shield; Charles Dibdin; Stephen Storace
|Notes:||Songs and opera excerpts for voice and piano with a version of "The request" for flute.
Text, in English, of first verses printed with music, when necessary additional verses printed at the end of each piece.
Title supplied from cover of previous issue; pagination of music continuous.
". and sold by him [the author], at no. 117 Race Street, & by Matthew Carey, no. 118 Market Street. And may be had in New York, at Dodds and Claus. Musical instrument makers, no. 66 Queen Street."
At head of title: "No. [blank] To be continued monthly." Enumeration written in ink.
First line of [When the men a courting came]: When the men a courting came with their flattring.
First line of The trump of fame: The trump of fame your name has breath'd.
First line of Drink to me only with thine eyes: Drink to me only with thine eyes and I will pledge with mine.
First line of What shepherd or nymph: What shepherd or nymph of the grove can blame me for dropping a tear.
First line of The request: Tell me babling [sic] echo why you return me sigh for sigh.
First line of The flowing cann: A sailor's life's a life of woe.
|Description:||pages 43-49 of music ; 32 cm|
|Contents:||[When the men a courting came] / sung my Miss Broadhurst in the opera of Robin Hood ; [by William Shield] --
The Trump of fame / sung by Mrs. Warrell in the opera of Robin Hood --
Drink to me only with thine eyes--
What shepherd or nymph --
The Request : an admired new song / composed by G. Vogler --
The Flowing cann / as sung by Mr. Hodgkinson in [Storace's] No song no supper ; [by Charles Dibdin from The oddities].