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John Stafford Smith fl 1790-1810
MS Euing
Manuscripts from the personal library of William Euing. 13th-19th cent.
MS Euing R.d.27
Catches, rounds, glees, &c. Early XIXth century.
MS Euing R.d.27 - Item: 54 - By shady woods
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). By shady woods. [Catch by J.S. Smith.] f. 25v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Item: 67 - Since Phyllis has bubbled
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Since Phyllis has bubbled. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Item: 129 - Hark... the nightingale
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hark... the nightingale. [Canon by J.S. Smith.] f. 53
MS Euing R.d.27 - Item: 135 - Hark, the hollow hills
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hark, the hollow hills. …
MS Euing R.d.48
A collection of airs and musical scraps with additions in the handwriting of John Stafford Smith. c.1810.
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Ld. Stanhope's method of tuning.] f. 1
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Philosophical observations.] f. 1v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Minuet by J.S. Smith. f. 3
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Lady Coventry's minuett. f. 3v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Swedish minuet. f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 7 - Success to Great Britain
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Success to Great Britain. [Jigg tune.] f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 8
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Minuet by Giordani. f. 4
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 9 - The silver moon that shines so bright
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. The silver moon that shines so bright. [Song by N. Burtius.] f. 4v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 10
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Song by W. Shield.] Sung by Mrs. Kennedy in The poor soldier. [c.1800. Melody only.] f. 5
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 11 - You know I'm your priest
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. You know I'm your priest. [Song by W. Shield.] Sung by Mr. Wilson in The poor soldier. [c.1800. Melody only.] f. 5v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 12 - Dear Sir this brown jug
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Dear Sir this brown jug. [Song by W. Shield.] Sung by Mr. Johnstone in The p[oor] soldier. [Melody only.] f. 6
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 13 - A soldier I am for a lady
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. A soldier I am for a lady. [Song by S. Arnold,] in The Castle of Andalusia. [1782. Melody only.] f. 6v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 14
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Devonshire minuett. f. 7
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 15 - When Wm. at Eve
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. When Wm. at Eve. [Song by W. Shield.] Sung by Mrs. Martyr in Rosina. [c.1782. Melody only.] f. 7v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 16
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Vocal exercises.] f. 8
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 17 - Musicus errans
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Musicus errans. [The music for pianoforte, is upside down.] f. 8v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 18 - Dancing dogs
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Dancing dogs. [Melody only.] f. 8v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 19 - In gaudy courts
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. In gaudy courts. [Song by W. Shield.] Sung by Mrs. Kennedy in Rosina. [c.1782. Melody only.] f. 9
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 20
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Tunbridge minuett. [Melody only.] f. 9v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 21
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air. By Agus. f. 9v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 22
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air [by] Pergolesi. f. 9v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. King of Sardinia's minuett. [Melody only.] f. 10
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 24
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air. By Handel. f. 10v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 25
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. King of Sweden's march. [Melody only.] f. 10v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 26
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air. By Blanc. f. 11
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 27
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Air in D.] f. 11
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 28 - Hope thou nurse
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Hope thou nurse. [Song by J. Weldon, in Love in a Village. Melody only.] f. 11v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 29 - Tho' prudence may press me
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Tho' prudence may press me. [Song in The deserter. 1735. Melody only.] f. 11v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 30 - Anna
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Anna. f. 12
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 31 - The dusky night
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. The dusky night. f. 12
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 32 - He's aye kissing me
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. He's aye kissing me. [Scots air.] f. 12v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 33 - Down the birn Davy
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Down the birn Davy. [Scots air.] f. 12v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 34 - Thou soft flowing Avon
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Thou soft flowing Avon. [Scots air, by T.A. Arne.] f. 13
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 35 - Ah sure a pair was never seen
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Ah sure a pair was never seen. f. 13v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 36 - Saw you my father
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Saw you my father. [Scots air.] f. 13v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 37 - Slingsby's allemand
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Slingsby's allemand. f. 14
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 38
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air de Julie. f. 14
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 39 - Gramachree Molly
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Gramachree Molly. f. 14v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 40 - O the days when I was young
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. O the days when I was young. f. 14v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 41 - Lango Lee
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Lango Lee. [Jigg tune.] f. 15
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 42 - How perfect is expression
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. How perfect is expression. [Sung by Mrs. Abington in Twelfth Night.] f. 15
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 43 - How oft Louisa
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. How oft Louisa. [Song in the Duenna by T. Linley.] f. 15v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 44 - Econemos tes poleos
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Econemos tes poleos. [For harpsichord.] f. 16v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 45 - The canaries dance
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. The canaries dance. f. 17
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 46
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 17v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 47 - Those eyes
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Those eyes. [Song with a bass.] f. 18
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 48
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 18v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 49
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 19
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 50
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Ancient melody. f. 19v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 51
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Musica meus amor. f. 19v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 52
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 20
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 53 - Why will Florella
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Why will Florella. [With a bass.] f. 20
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 54 - O Jesu Rex
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. O Jesu Rex. [With a bass.] f. 20v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 55
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 21
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 56
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. A new drollery. [For 3 voices.] f. 21v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 57
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 22
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 58 - The delights of the bottle
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. The delights of the bottle. [From] Psyche... by Matt. Lock. f. 23v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 59
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Lilk, by Mr. Lock in Psyche [The Tempest. With a bass.] f. 24
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 60
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Scots or Irish chant. Quadriple chant. [With a bass.] f. 24v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 61
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] ff. 25-27
MS Euing R.d.48 - Item: 62
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Extracts from Quintilianus (Aristides).] f. 27v
MS Euing R.d.53
A collection of songs and melodies with a bass and sundry observations on music, in the handwriting of John Stafford Smith. c.1790.
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John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Round O [and two other ayres.] From a collection …
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John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Songs. From an ancient manuscript in the possession of Mr. …
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 3 - O sweete delight
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Song from the ancient manuscript in the possession of J. …
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 4 - When Thorolis delights to walke
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] When Thorolis delights to walke. John Hilton. f. 8v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 5 - Hither wee come
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Hither wee come. Hen. Lawes. f. 9v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 6 - Am I dispised
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Am I dispised. [By Hilton.] f. 10v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 7 - Come thou glorious object
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Come thou glorious object. Nic. Laneire. f. 13v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 8 - Amarillis, by a springe
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Amarillis, by a springe. John Willson. f. 14
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 9 - I sawe faire Cloris
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Song. I sawe faire Cloris. [By Hilton.] f. 15v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 10 - Reade in these roses
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Reade in these roses. Hen. Lawes. f. 16v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 11 - If, when at noone
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] If, when at noone. Will. Lawes. f. 18
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 12 - Goe turne away
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Goe turne away. Jon. Willson. f. 19v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 13 - Mora mia vita
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Mora mia vita. [Bass wanting.] f. 21v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 14 - Noe more shall meads
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Noe more shall meads. [By Laniere.] f. 22
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 15 - Fenelle mi ocelle
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Fenelle mi ocelle. f. 25v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 16 - Come all you deare delights
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Come all you deare delights. [Bass wanting.] f. 26
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 17 - Awake, fair Venus
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Trio.] Awake, fair Venus. [By Lenton.] f. 28
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 18 - Intice not me
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Intice not me. [Bass wanting.] f. 33
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 19 - On bestendig droef gemoed
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Song.] Essex lament. On bestendig droef gemoed. …
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 20 - Shal I bed her go
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Shal I bed her go. [From Camphuysen.] f. 37
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 21 - This the cebell, here called by another name
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Gavotte.] Engelsche echo. This the cebell, here called by another name. …
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 22 - Frogs gaillarde
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Frogs gaillarde. [From Camphuysen. Bass wanting.] By Dowland. f. 38
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 23 - Pypers pavane
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Pypers pavane. [From Camphuysen. Bass wanting.] By Dowland. f. 39
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 24
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Essex galliarde. [From Camphuysen. Bass wanting.] By Dowland. f. 40
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 25
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Sang. Doulants melody. [From Camphuysen. Bass wanting. f. 40v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 26 - La Daulphine
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Sang. La Daulphine. [From Camphuysen. Bass wanting.] f. 41
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 27 - La Princesse
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Sang. La Princesse. [From Camphuysen. Bass wanting.] f. 42
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 28
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. Sang. Doulant's Almande. [From Camphuysen. Bass wanting.] f. 42v
MS Euing R.d.53 - Item: 29
John Stafford Smith. [Part of a collection of songs and melodies in the handwriting?? of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790. [Jottings on English and Welsh music.] f. 44
MS Euing R.d.62
MSS &c. by John Stafford Smith of the Chapel Royal.
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 1 - La belle fyne
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. La belle fyne. The chyme off Cardyffe. f. 1
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 2
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. From a manuscript in the collection of Arundel, 1500. f. 1v
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John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Balli, or galyards or Neapolitan songs for 3 and 4 voc. Manuscript from [Arundel Collection], anno 1580. f. 3
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 4 - La paduana del re
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Balli. La paduana del re. f. 2v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 5
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Peschatore. f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 6 - Il buratto
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Il buratto. (Country dance of the year 1700, called The Venecian Embassador.) f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 7 - The ladder dance
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. (The ladder dance.) f. 4
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 8 - The crocke
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. The crocke. Ancient manuscript. Anno 1500. f. 4v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 9 - The kyngs maske
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. The kyngs maske. Undoubtedly the maske music of King Hen[ry] 8th. f. 5v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 10
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. A galyard. f. 5
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 11
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. La bel-tein, or the fire on the rock. f. 10v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 11a - Where the bee sucks
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Where the bee sucks. f. 11
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 12 - The canaries
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. The canaries, from Thoinet Arbeau, a Lengres. 1596. f. 36v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 13 - The canaries
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. The canaries, from Purcell's Dioclesian. f. 37
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 14
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. [Memoranda.] Chapel R[oyal], 1789. f. 41
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 15
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Chimes at Gloucester Cathedral. f. 42v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 16
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. [Extract] from Vesp. D.VI. Bibl. Cotton. f. 78v
MS Euing R.d.62 - Item: 17
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. [Extract from] Bibl. Harl. No. 524. Veri floris sub figura. f. 79
MS Euing R.d.63
John Stafford Smith. [A commonplace-book, vellum bound, bearing the initials I.S., probably the grandfather of John Stafford Smith. The recto leaves, from 1 to …
MS Euing R.d.66
MSS Asola, Smith, Gibbons, Burghersh.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Item: 2 - But my hope hath been in thee
John Stafford Smith. [Chorus for 4 voices. But my hope hath been in thee. With a figured bass. In the handwriting of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Item: 3 - When past the painful toil of day
John Stafford Smith. [Song with pianoforte. When past the painful toil of day. With an introductory symphony. In the handwriting of John Stafford Smith.] c.1790.
MS Euing R.d.77/1
Anthems by Gates, Tucker, Greene, Humphrys and Croft. XVIIIth-XIXth Century..
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - Item: 12
[Notes on the history of music in the handwriting of John Stafford Smith.] f. 39
MS Euing R.d.79/6
John Stafford Smith. [Odd papers; consisting mainly of notes made by J.S. Smith for his books.] 1806-30.
MS Euing R.d.79/7
John Stafford Smith. [Notes relating to the Musica Antiqua (1812) of J.S. Smith.] 1806-12.
MS Euing R.d.80
John Stafford Smith : Musical fragments for organ and voice with organ. c.1799.
MS Euing R.d.80 - Item: 1
John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. Allegro. f. 1
MS Euing R.d.80 - Item: 2
John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. Airett and air. f. 1v
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John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. Minuet, etc. f. 2
MS Euing R.d.80 - Item: 4 - Not unto us, O Lord
John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. Not unto us, O Lord. f. 3
MS Euing R.d.80 - Item: 5 - Day by day we magnify
John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. [Creed.] Day by day we magnify. f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.80 - Item: 6
John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. [Fragments.] f. 4
MS Euing R.d.80 - Item: 7
John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. Psalm 68. [For voice with a bass.] f. 21
MS Euing R.d.80 - Item: 8 - Drop down ye heav'ns
John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. Isaiah 45th. Ch. v. 8. Drop down ye heav'ns. …
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W. P. Windus : Catches and glees. 1799.
MS Euing R.d.92 - Item: 16 - Praise the Lord
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Canon. Three in one. Praise the Lord. Jno. Stafford Smith. p. 62
MS Euing R.d.92 - Item: 26a - By shady woods
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Catch. By shady woods [by J.S. Smith. 3 voc.] p. 86
MS Euing R.d.92 - Item: 28 - Take those lips
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Glee. Take those lips. J.S. Smith. [3 voc.] p. 91
MS Euing R.d.92 - Item: 53 - While fools their time
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Glee. While fools their time. …
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W. P. Windus : Catches and glees. 1802.
MS Euing R.d.93 - Item: 10 - Return blest days
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Glee. Return blest days. 1777. Jno. Staffd. Smith. [4 voc.] p. 31
MS Euing R.d.93 - Item: 34 - Blest pair of sirens
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Glee. Blest pair of sirens. [Milton. …
MS Euing R.d.93 - Item: 69 - Let happy lovers
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Glee. Let happy lovers. 1774. Jno Stafford Smith. [4 voc.] p. 260
MS Euing R.d.93 - Item: 75 - As on a Summer's day
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Glee. As on a Summer's day. Jno Stafford Smith. [4 voc.] p. 278
MS Farmer
Papers and correspondence of Henry George Farmer (1882-1965), musician and orientalist.
MS Farmer 289
Correspondence of H.G. Farmer with various correspondents on various matters. 1925-1963.
MS Farmer 289/3
Typescript letter signed from James Ross, City Librarian, to Henry George Farmer. City and County of Bristol Public Libraries, Central Library, College Green, 20th July 1939.
MS Farmer 303
Letters to Henry George Farmer on musical matters. 1890-1963.
MS Farmer 303/6/1
Typescript letter, signed, from A. Hyatt King to H.G. Farmer. British Museum, 9th September 1959.
MS Farmer 623/32
Autograph draft of letter from Henry G. Farmer to Joan Carolyn. The University, Glasgow, [1959?].
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