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MS Euing
Manuscripts from the personal library of William Euing. 13th-19th cent.
MS Euing 1 - Bible
Biblia sacra latina. Italy, 13th century.
MS Euing 2 - Aurora
Aurora of Petrus Riga. England?, c1220-1230.
MS Euing 3
Horae beatae Mariae virginis. Netherlands, 15th century [c 1460].
MS Euing 4 - Glasgow Hours
Horae beatae Mariae virginis. Known as Glasgow Hours. Latin and French. Amiens, c.1450-1460.
MS Euing 5
Prodigal returned. In fower books. 1695-1702.
MS Euing 6
Miroir des évčnements: ouvrage historique concernant les revolutions de Constantinople en 1806-8. Turkish and French
MS Euing 7
Missale Romanum. Netherlands, 15th cent.
MS Euing 8
Robert Leighton. Sermons preached at Newbattle. [1641-53].
MS Euing 9
Psalterium Latinum. Arras, 15th century.
MS Euing 10
Psalterium Latinum. Germany, 1502
MS Euing 11
Poems from various authors. 1818. A specimen of calligraphy, containing poems by Byron, James Montgomery, Charlotte Smith and Thomas Moore. Written apparently in Westminster.
MS Euing 12
Praelectiones metaphysicae. 1734.
MS Euing 13
Psalms in metre, translated by Sir William Mure of Rowallan. 1639. Volume includes both corrected versions and fair copies.
MS Euing 14
Psalms in metre, translated by Sir William Mure of Rowallan. 1639. Volume includes both corrected versions and fair copies
MS Euing 15
Book of Psalms. Psalms I-XVIII. A poetical version from the Hebrew. 1761.
MS Euing 16 - Koran
The Koran in Arabic, with a commentary in Persian in the margin.
MS Euing 17 - Koran
Koran. In Arabic.
MS Euing 18
Jakob Böhme. The way to Christ discovered. 1654. Transcribed by John Ayres, 1769.
MS Euing 19
James I. [Report and petition concerning fisheries. c. 1610?] Report on the existing state of fishing round the coasts of Britain and in the North Sea and on the …
MS Euing 20
Notes for discourses upon various passages of scripture, etc. c.1650.
MS Euing 21
Memorandum book with heraldic and genealogical entries, c.1800
MS Euing 22
Isaac Vossius. A treatise of the motion of the seas and winds. Translated into English by Archibald Lovell.
MS Euing 23
Scrapbook containing ms notes and press cuttings collected by Richard Clark in reference to William Caxton and the history of early printing. (Probably compiled first half of 19th century. …
MS Euing 24
Archibald Campbell. A voyage round the world from 1806 to 1812, in which Japan, Kamschatka, the Alutian Islands, and the Sandwich Islands were visited. Edited by James Smith of Jordanhill.
MS Euing 25 - Euing Lute Book
Lute Book. Lute music in tablature... c.1620.
MS Euing 26 - Illuminations on vellum
Illuminations on vellum: capital letters, ornaments.
MS Euing 27
Voting papers with autographs of the members of the Maitland Club, receipts for subscriptions and other ms papers.
MS Euing 28
Correspondence with William Yarrell and ms papers relative to the herring, salmon and other fishes by William Euing.
MS Euing 29
Missal. Grammont, Flanders, early 16th century [previously given as 15th century].
MS Euing 30
Spelmanni abreviaturae. Being a scheme of the abbreviations and such other obsolete forms of writing as occur in old MSS to facilitate the reading of ancients books and and records. …
MS Euing 31
3 drawings of Roman monuments in Hunterian Museum, Glasgow University, Glasgow. By P. Fyfe. 1841.
MS Euing 32/1
Papers relating to William Euing's library. List of 67 books in the Euing collection, made by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps, c. 1870?
MS Euing 32/2
Papers relating to William Euing's library. Letter from Bernard Quaritch to Wm Euing, 29 June 1865; concerning Bibles.
MS Euing 32/3
Papers relating to William Euing's library. Letter from Bernard Quaritch to Wm Euing, 14 March 1868; concerning Bibles.
MS Euing 32/4
Papers relating to William Euing's library. Letter from James Dix of Bristol to Wm Euing, 5 May 1863; concerning Liverpool bookshops.
MS Euing 32/5
Papers relating to William Euing's library. Letter from Edward Knight to Wm Euing, 4 December 1866; concerning requests for books.
MS Euing 32/6
Papers relating to William Euing's library. Note concerning a psalter, 1565.
MS Euing 32/7 - Catalogue of hymn books
Catalogue of hymns and spiritual songs in W. E[uing]'s possession. [Glasgow, 18--.]
MS Euing 33-35
Charles Heath Wilson. Letters, papers and other documents concerning the history of the painted windows in the Cathedral of Glasgow.
MS Euing 33-43 - Papers of Charles Heath Wilson
Letters, papers, etc. about the painted windows in Glasgow Cathedral, edited by C. H. Wilson.
MS Euing 36-43
Charles Heath Wilson. Glasgow Cathedral painted windows. Letters, papers and other documents containing the history of these works of art. Presented to the University …
MS Euing 44
Illuminated calendar on vellum. 19th century. One month to each leaf, with borders of floral patterns and birds. Space for entries is blank.
MS Euing 45
Antiphonale, etc. for Franciscan use. Germany. Mid-15th century.
MS Euing 46
Hymns and monastic canticles. Compiled for Cistercian use, probably in Netherlands or north-west Germany, 15th-16th cent.
MS Euing 47
Album containing transcribed poetry and drawings. c. 1825.
MS Euing 48 - Histoire de la guerre d'écosse
Histoire de la guerre d'écosse: pendant les campagnes 1548 et 1549, par Jean de Beaugué (Edimbourg: Maitland Club, 1830).
MS Euing 48
Letter, from Duncan Macfarlan, to William Smith of Carbeth-Guthrie, 31 July 1830. Thanking him for presentation copy of Beaugué's Histoire de la guerre d'Écosse (Maitland Club, 1830).
MS Euing 48
Letter, from David Irving, to Joseph Bain, 4 August 1830. Acknowledging receipt of Beaugué's Histoire de la guerre d'Écosse presented to the Advocates Library by William Smith.
MS Euing 48
Letter, from Bulkeley Bandinel, to William Smith of Carbeth-Guthrie, [October 1830]. Thanking him for presentation copy of Beaugué's Histoire de la guerre d'Écosse, Maitland Club, 1830.
MS Euing 48
Letter, from John Collier Jones, to William Smith of Carbeth-Guthrie, 17 October 1830. Thanking him for presentation copies of Beaugué's Histoire de la guerre d'Écosse, Maitland Club, 1830.
MS Euing 48
Letter, from Thomas Joseph Pettigrew, to William Smith of Carbeth-Guthrie, 19 August 1830. Thanking him for a copy of Beaugué's Histoire de la guerre d'Écosse, …
MS Euing 48
Letter, from George John Spencer, to William Smith of Carbeth-Guthrie, 28 September 1830. Thanking him for presentation copy of Beaugué's Histoire de la guerre d'Écosse, Maitland Club, 1830.
MS Euing 48
Letter, from John Jamieson, to William Smith of Carbeth-Guthrie, 8 March 1832. Thanking him for a book. He gives memories of his boyhood in Glasgow, mentioning Robert and Andrew Foulis, Prof. …
MS Euing 49
Catalogue of the library of William Euing.
MS Euing 50
Bibliographical papers regarding book acquisitions and donations by William Euing.
MS Euing 51
Poems on various subjects by James Cargill. 1836.
MS Euing 52
Record of practice meetings of unidentified music society. 17th meeting [1859/1860], Monday 6th February 1860 to 31st meeting [1862/1863], Monday 8 June 1863.
MS Euing 53
Two pages of manuscript notes on the fisheries of Britain and the proliferation of fish generally. [Believed to have been written by William Euing. See MS Euing 28 for comparison.]
MS Euing 54
Documents and notes relating to music and Euing's acquisitions and donations, including the Scottish Vocal Music Association, the City Hall organ, the Handel Society, …
MS Euing 55
Handwritten note, possibly written by William Euing, titled 'Editions of Robinson Crusoe' which lists editions of 1719, 1720 and 'New Robinson Crusoe' 1788; together …
MS Euing 56 - Remembrance
Untitled pencil transcript of poem: Remembrance, by Robert Southey. Begins: Man hath a weary pilgrimage ...
MS Euing 57
Autograph letter, signed, from Wm H. Weir to William Euing. College, [Glasgow], March 28th [18]67.
MS Euing 58
Chinese primer. Words of one syllable. English translation of printed book: Nying-po t'u-wo ts'u-'oh (Nying-po, 1857), p. 14.
MS Euing 59/1 - Epitaph on John Adams
Epitaph on John Adams, of Southwell, a carrier, who died of drunkenness. Extract from unidentified newspaper, probably 1813/1829.
MS Euing 59/2 - Epitaph in St Nicholas Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Epitaph in St Nicholas Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Extract from unidentified newspaper, probably 1813/1829.
MS Euing 59/3 - Chippenham Church
Chippenham Church: monument in the N. aisle of Sir Gilbert Prynne.
MS Euing 59/4
Letter from Wye to editor of unidentified newspaper. Extract from unidentified newspaper, probably 1813/1829.
MS Euing A.x.1
Hoc opus, in quo Christi Domini dolores recoluntur, exequiae, et funera celebrantur, exarari curavit R.P.M. F. Emanuel Villodas, A.D.1799..
MS Euing A.x.75
Accordatura. [Instrumental accordatura. Notes on the scales of the theorbo, French lute, and guittar. Written on the inside of the back board of Mace's Musick's monument, 1676.] c.1700.
MS Euing A.x.76
Musical curiosities. From the time of Jubal to the close of the eighteenth century. With anecdotes... appertaining to the science of music... Collected from respectable …
MS Euing A.x.76 - O thou whose notes cou'd oft remove
Henry Harrington. [Glee, a 3 voci. O thou whose notes cou'd oft remove.] p. 42bis. c.1860.
MS Euing A.x.76 - Mechanical influence on the animal frame.
Mechanical influence on the animal frame. c. 1830
MS Euing A.x.76
The effect of music on animals. c.1830.
MS Euing A.x.76 - The effect of music on birds
The effect of music on birds. c. 1830
MS Euing A.x.76 - The effect of music on insects
The effect of music on insects. c. 1830
MS Euing A.x.76
Charles Dibdin. Minuet composed by Mr. Dibdin, for Mr. Garrick, to open the ball at the Jubilee... June 1st 1820. p. 230. 1820.
MS Euing A.x.76
Essay on the antiquity and use of bells. p. 270. c.1830.
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri : Various compositions, letters and notes. 1852-69.
MS Euing N.b.14 - God save Victoria
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. God save Victoria. A new Royal anthem, written and composed by Aristides Verri, Stirling, May 10th 1869. …
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Letter from] Aristides Verri [to] William Euing [dated] Southampton, Feb. 25th 1861
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Letter regarding A. Verri from] J. Alfred Novello [to William Euing, dated] London, 31 Decr. 1852
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Letter, regarding A. Verri from] Charles Hutcheson [to] Wm Euing. [c.1852.]
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Registration by the Stationers Company of]. A fragment of the 28th Psalm by Aristides Verri. …
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Letter from] G. Meyerbeer [to William Euing regarding] "Un fragment du Psaume XXVIII. …
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Letter from] A. Verri [to] William Euing [dated] Glasgow, Nov. 4th 1852
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Letter from] Henry Ellis, British Museum [to] Wm. Euing [regarding A. Verri, dated] London, 15th Dec. 1852
MS Euing N.b.14 - Forget me not
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Glee.] Forget me not. From the German of Müchler. Four voices [S.A. …
MS Euing N.b.14 - Rachele
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. Rachele. Psalm tune. Composed by Aristides Verri. April 1852
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. [Letter from] Margt. A. Carrick [to] Harry Colin Miller [regarding A. …
MS Euing N.b.14
Aristides Verri. [Part of a collection of various compositions, letters and notes.] 1852-69. Hosanna. An invocation to the Lord. [For 4 voices and pianoforte.] …
MS Euing N.b.23
Songs ; unaccompanied. c.1780.
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Duet by Sigr. Os...di... Concerto [for harpsichord.] f. 1
MS Euing N.b.23 - Phillis
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Phillis, by Mr. Arne. [A pastoral. c.1775.] f. 1-1v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Once in summer evening fair
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Once in summer evening fair. f. 1v
MS Euing N.b.23 - My banks
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. My banks. A song of 1759 by Arne. f. 2v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Happy pair
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Happy pair. [Melody only. Handel, Alexander's Feast.] f. 2v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Kitty fell. Whilst am'rous bards. Out of London Magazine of Ap. 1759. f. 3v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Bagnigge Wells. Ye vot'ries of Venus. Out ofJune London Magazine, 1759. f. 4v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. The conquest. When beauty and wit. [c.1750.] f. 4v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. The blithsom bridal. Come fye. [c.1770.] f. 5v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Damon. [As Damon on a summer's day. [c.1765.]
MS Euing N.b.23 - The gypsy
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. The gypsy. Sung by Mrs. Hooper at Sadlers Wells. f. 6v
MS Euing N.b.23 - A man that's neither high nor low
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. A man that's neither high nor low. [London Magazine, 1759.] f. 7v
MS Euing N.b.23 - How the happy knot is ty'd
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Colinet sung by Mr. Lowe. How the happy knot is ty'd. [By Tacet.] Out of 8ber London Magazine, 1759. f. 7v
MS Euing N.b.23 - And are all thy vows
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. And are all thy vows. [Set by Mr. R. Gaudry. c.1780.] f. 8v
MS Euing N.b.23 - When Sappo tun'd
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. When Sappo tun'd. Words by Doctor Smolet. Set by Mr. Oswald. f. 8v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Oswald's Borrow'd kiss. See I languish. [c.1745.] f. 9v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Vainly now you strive
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Vainly now you strive. [Words by Samuel Foot.] Set by Mr. Oswald. f. 10v
MS Euing N.b.23 - When gentle Parthenisa
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. When gentle Parthenisa. [Words by Sir Richard Steele. Music by Sullivan. c.1740.] f. 10v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. The protestation. No more shall meads. [By W. Boyce. c.1770.] f. 11v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Fly swiftly ye minutes
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Fly swiftly ye minutes. [From Comus, c.1740.] By Mr. Arne. f. 13v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Oswald's kiss repaid
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Oswald's kiss repaid. [Words by R. Dodsley: music by Oswald. c.1743.] f. 14v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. The contented [country] farmer. [What care I?] by Carey. [c.1740.] f. 14v
MS Euing N.b.23 - The wit and beau
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. The wit and beau. Set by Mr. Oswald. f. 14v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Oswald's parting kiss. One kind kiss. [Words by R. Dodsley. Set by James Oswald. No. 7 of Colin's kisses. c.1745.] f. 14vbis
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Oswald's imaginary kiss. When fanny I saw. [Words by R. Dodsley. Set by James Oswald. c.1743.] f. 22v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. The shepherd's complaint. Sweet were once. Set by [D.] Russell. [c.1745.] f. 22v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Chloe. In vain the force. Set by Dr. Green. [c.1750.] f. 23v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Mr. Oswald's false philander. Farewell thou false philander. [c.1745.] f. 23v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Conjugal love. Sweet day, so cool. [c.1730.] f. 23v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Bright author of my present flame. [Words by A. Robertson of Struan. Music by John Travers. [c.1750.] f. 24v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Hail Windsor
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Hail Windsor sung by Mr. Lowe. [By John Travers, c.1742.] f. 25v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Female fortitude. Young Daphne. Set by Mr. [D.] Russell. [From the Universal Magazine, 1750.] f. 25v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. On Greenwich Park. Hail Greenwich. Set by Mr. [T.] Jackson. [c.1740.] f. 26v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Mr. [S.] Howard's Sleepy fair. One Summer eve. [In Gentleman's Magazine, 1743.] f. 26v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. To Sacharissa. Dear unrelenting cruel and fair. [By W. Hayes. c.1745.] f. 27v
MS Euing N.b.23 - How fair the virgin
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. How fair the virgin. Set by Mr. Oswald in the January British Magazine of 1760. f. 27v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. General Waldegrave march, out of 9ber Universal Magazine for 1759. f. 27v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Come here fellow servant
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Come here fellow servant. Sung by Mrs. Clive... in... High life below stairs. Set by Mr. J. Battishill in the January London Magazine of 1760. f. 28v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Prince Ferdinand
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Prince Ferdinand. A new song taken out of 9ber Universal Magazine for 1759. f. 28v
MS Euing N.b.23 - I have rambled
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. I have rambled. [In the] Universal Magazine, July, 1759. f. 28v
MS Euing N.b.23 - One midsummer morning
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. A new song at Ranelagh. One midsummer morning. Out of fully Universal Magazine for 1759. f. 29v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Where's my swain
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Where's my swain. Sung by Mr. Stevenson at Vauxhall. University Magazine of June 1759. f. 29v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Whilst am'rous [bards]
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Whilst am'rous [bards]. A favourite song. Universal Magazine, March 1759. f. 30v
MS Euing N.b.23 - To thee, O gentle sleep
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. To thee, O gentle sleep. Sung by Mr. Lowe in Tamerleine. Universal Magazine, Jan'y 1759. f. 30v
MS Euing N.b.23 - What shepherd [or nymph]
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. What shepherd [or nymph]. Universal Magazine, Febr. 1759. f. 30v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Come fill the bumper
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Drinking song. Come fill the bumper. Universal Magazine... 1759. f. 31v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Celia's invitation. The earth is clouth'd. Universal Magazine, Jan. 1760. f. 31v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Ye zephyrs
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Ye zephyrs. Words and music by Joseph Ganthony. London Magazine, March 1760. f. 31v
MS Euing N.b.23 - Grant me kind heaven
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. The masons' anthem. Grant me kind heaven. Set by a brother... Gilbert. c.1780. f. 32v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. [Kitty's praise.] A new song. In notes sublime. Out of London Magazine for March 1760. f. 33v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. Bellinda. At length ye gods. Out of Royal Magazine, 9ber 1760. f. 33v
MS Euing N.b.23
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1780. On taking Montreal... Words by Mr. Lockman. Set by Mr. [John] Worgan... f. 34v
MS Euing O.b.35 - Whilst from our looks
Glee. [Glee for 3 voices. Whilst from our looks. Score. 2 pp.] c.1810.
MS Euing O.x.41
John Wall Callcott
MS Euing Q.b.12 - Printed and manuscript music
Two manuscript scores bound into printed work.
MS Euing Q.b.12 - Basso continovo für die Orgel, Lauton, Chitaron, &c.
Heinrich Schütz. Basso continovo für die Orgel, Lauton, Chitaron, &c. Der Psalmen Davids sampt ettlichen Moteten, unnd Concerten mitt acht und mehr Stimmen. Nebenst …
MS Euing Q.b.12 - [Bassus continus ad Polyhymnian caduceatricem & panegyriam.]
Michael Praetorius. [Bassus continus ad Polyhymnian caduceatricem & panegyriam.] An[no] 1619 editam in folio. ff. 27-39. [Contains Nos. 1-14, 17-21, 23.] 17th century. [Before 1628.].
MS Euing Q.d.19
Quintets. [Two concertos in Bb and F, for 3 violins, viola, and violoncello. Separate parts. Anonymous.] c.1770.
MS Euing Q.d.20 - 'Tis done! 'Tis done!
John Fane (11th Earl of Westmorland). Scene. 'Tis done! 'Tis done! [From The lay of the last minstrel. 9 separate orchestral parts.] c.1820.
MS Euing Q.d.21
Nicola Fago. [Synfonie in D, a quintetto, or rather sestetto, for 2 violins, tenor, violoncello, hoboy, and basso continuo. Separate parts.] c.1740.
MS Euing R.b.2
Richard Clark. [What is a catch (that is a musical catch). With 7 engravings inserted, including Jacob Hall (1795), the "famous Dutch woman", both mentioned in …
MS Euing R.d.1-2 - Il sogno
Vicente Martin y Solar. Il sogno. Cantata a tre voce. Nice. Egle. Fileno. Musica e del Sig're Vicenzo Martin. [Full score. Dated] Agosto, 1789. [With 4 vocal parts …
MS Euing R.d.3
Anthems, motets, and part songs. XVIIth century.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Rise O my soule
Rise O my soule. [For 5 voices, by] Mr. [William] Simms. f. 1. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - How many hired servants
How many hired servants. [For ... voices, by] Mr. [William] Childe. f. 2v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Plange Sion
Plange Sion. 5 voc. [by] Dr. Wm. Childe. f. 4. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - O bone Jesu
O bone Jesu. 4 voc. [by] Dr. Wm. Childe. f. 5v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - C'en est fait, il me faut mourir
C'en est fait, il me faut mourir. f. 9. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Cloris qui domyte
Cloris qui domyte. f. 9. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Que mes soins
Que mes soins. f. 9v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Si parmy les deserts
Si parmy les deserts. f. 9v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - C'est en fin trop
C'est en fin trop. f. 10. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - O Dieux quand verrayic le jour
O Dieux quand verrayic le jour. f. 10. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Quel nouveau Dieu
Quel nouveau Dieu. f. 10v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Je veux mourir
Je veux mourir. f. 10v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Mere des nouvelles amours
Mere des nouvelles amours. f. 11. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - O Dieux jusques a quand
O Dieux jusques a quand. f. 11. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Retour tant de fois desire
Retour tant de fois desire. f. 11v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Versez mes tristes yeux
Versez mes tristes yeux. f. 11v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Tant de tourments
Tant de tourments. f. 12. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Ou furez vous plein d'inconstance
Ou furez vous plein d'inconstance. f. 12. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - La nuit
La nuit. O dieux O dieux. f. 12v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Il fort de nos corps
Il fort de nos corps. f. 12v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Ne croyrez vous jamais
Ne croyrez vous jamais. 4 voc. f. 13. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Tous les triomphes
Tous les triomphes. f. 13. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Embia me mi madre
Embia me mi madre. 3 voc. f. 13v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Sempra i cordogli
Sempra i cordogli. ą 4. f. 17v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Sing devine Caliope
Sing devine Caliope. ą 4. [With a bass.] ff. 18v.-19v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - How solitarie are ye groves
How solitarie are ye groves. An elegie on Mr. Rich. Deeringe. [By] Mr. Wm. Smeggergill alias Caesar. f. 20. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Merrily... let us sing
Merrily... let us sing. ą 4. f. 20v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - O happie... wee
O happie... wee. ą 4. [By Robert] Johnson [2]. ff. 21-21v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Goc Phebus goe
Goe Phebus goe. 5 voc. [By Richard Flecknoe.] ff. 21v.-22. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - This bargaine made I
This bargaine made I. 6 voc. f. 22. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Was ever hower brought more delight
Was ever hower brought more delight. 6 voc. f. 22v. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3 - Daphnis... came on a summers day
Daphnis... came on a summers day. 6 voc. f. 23. Cantus part only. c.1640.
MS Euing R.d.3
Hodie Simon Petrus. [Motet.] 4 voc. 17th century. [4 separate parts bound together.]
MS Euing R.d.4
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Johannis Petroalysii Pranestini Missa 6 voc... sub titulo Assumpta est. Sixto v Papae dicata 1585. Partitura. Karlsruhe, 1841-1842. …
MS Euing R.d.5
Emanuele Gioacchino Cesare Rincón d'Astorga. Stabat mater a quatro voci con vilini, viola ed organo di Emanuele D'Astorga. Partitura. c.1830. [3 sections. - O quam …
MS Euing R.d.6
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi. Messa [in F] a due cori, con violini, oboe, trombe di caccia e violetta. Musica del Sigr. Geo. Batta Perglese. [Full score.] c.1800.
MS Euing R.d.7-9 - Artaserse
Leonardo Vinci. Artaserse. Dramma per musica di Pietro Metastasio. Romano. Musica di Leonardo Vinci, 1730. [Full score.] c.1750.
MS Euing R.d.10-11
Johann Adolph Hasse. La conversione di St. Agostino. Oratorio di Hasse. [Full score.] c.1750.
MS Euing R.d.12-13 - Sant' Elena al Calvario
Johann Adolph Hasse. Sant' Elena al Calvario. [Oratorio] del Sign. Hasse. [Full score.] c.1750.
MS Euing R.d.14
Johann Adolph Hasse. Die Pilgrimme beym Heiligen Grabe, ein Oratorium nach der Hassischen music der Pelegrini in teutsche Poesie übersezt von Herrn Prof. Eschenburg. [Full score.] c.1830.
MS Euing R.d.15 - Der Sieg des Erlösers
Ernst Wilhelm Wolf. Der Sieg des Erlösers, eine Kantate, in Musik gesetzt von Ernst Wilhelm Wolf. 1788. [Full score.] 18th century paper.
MS Euing R.d.16
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi. Cantata: Stabat mater [dolorosa] von Johanne Baptista Pergolesi. [For 2 sopranos and strings. Score.] Hamburg, 1763. [Title on fly leaf.].
MS Euing R.d.17
C. Trinks. To Mrs. Bristow, this collection of Hindostanee songs, is humbly dedicated by her most obedient servant, C. Trinks. [Contains an overture and 14 airs, for pianoforte. …
MS Euing R.d.18
Sacred music by Palestrina, Jomelli &c. MS score.
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Niccolo Jommelli : Sequenza di Pasqua, a sei voci sole... XVIIIth century
MS Euing R.d.18
Emanuele Gioacchino Cesare Rincón d'Astorga. Sancta mater istud agas. [For voice and strings. Score.] 18th century. [Title page wanting.]
MS Euing R.d.18
Dignare Domine. Dignare domine. [For voice and strings. Score.] 18th century.
MS Euing R.d.18
Fac me. Fac me vere tecum flere, a 6 voci. [Score.] 18th century.
MS Euing R.d.18
Lamento. Lamento [in G minor, for 2 violini, 2 oboi, alto violetta, 2 corni and basso. [Full score.] 18th century.
MS Euing R.d.18
Rex Tremende. Contra Ponto choro. Rex tremende te lauda. [For 4 voices, 2 violini, alto viola, 2 hautboys and violoncello-basso. Score.] 18th century.
MS Euing R.d.18 (superscript 2)
Cristóbal de Morales. Mottetto ą 5 voci lamentabatur Jacob del Sigr Cristofaro Morales Spagnuolo, cantore, e compositore della Cappella Pontificia, dove si canta la terza Domenica di quaresima. …
MS Euing R.d.18 (superscript 2)
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. Mottetto ą 6 voci [Plangenteum] del Sir Gio. Pier Luigi da Palestrina, compositore della Cappella Pontificia, dove si canta la Domenica Passione. …
MS Euing R.d.19
Johann Gottlieb Naumann. Il desir consolato. Cantata a due voci. Clori, e fileno, del Sigr Giovanni Amadeo Naumann. [Full score.] 18th century.
MS Euing R.d.20 - The Messiah
Georg Friedrich Handel. Handel's sacred oratorio The Messiah. In manuscript by Dr. [Samuel] Arnold. Purchased at a library sale of his. [Score.] [This title page …
MS Euing R.d.21
Henry Purcell. [Twelve Sonnatas of III parts: two viollins and basse: to the organ or harpsecord. [Score.] Early 19th century. [Published in parts by J. Playford and J. Carr, London, 1683.].
MS Euing R.d.21 (superscript 2)
Henry Purcell. [Ten sonatas in four parts. Score.] Early 19th century. [Published in parts by J. Heptinstall, London, 1697.]
MS Euing R.d.22
Richard John Samuel Stevens : Compositions. Composers autograph. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Prithee foolish boy
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee for three voices. Prithee foolish boy. Poetry from an old song. 1777. Published 1808. p. 1. At the Noblemans Catch Club. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Vulcan contrive me
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee for three voices. Vulcan contrive me. Poetry from an old song. 1779. For the Friendly Harmonists. p. 5. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - O mistress mine
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. A chearful glee [for 5 voices]. O mistress mine. Revised 1819. p. 11. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - When at Apollo's hallow'd shrine
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Chearful glee [for 4 voices]. When at Apollo's hallow'd shrine. 1788. Revised 1819. p. 15. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Tell me where is fancy bred
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee .4 voices. Tell me where is fancy bred. 1784. Revised 1819. p. 31. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Go happy flower
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee for five voices. Go happy flower. [Words from Universal Magazine, p. 132. Composed 1786. Revised 1821. p. 37. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Thy form has a resistless grace
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee. Thy form has a resistless grace. 1791. Revised 1819. p. 43. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Send home my long stray'd eyes
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Serious [glee]. Send home my long stray'd eyes. October 15 1792. Revised 1819. Published 1796. p. 47. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Balmy gale
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee. 3 voices. Balmy gale. Novr. 1791. Revised 1819. Published... Key of G. 1796. p. 51. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Although soft sleep
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee for five voices. Although soft sleep. 1789. Revised 1819. p. 57. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - To be gazing on thou charms
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee for five voices. Although soft sleep. 1789. Revised 1819. p. 57. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Saints and angels
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee for five voices. Although soft sleep. 1789. Revised 1819. p. 57. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee for five voices. Although soft sleep. 1789. Revised 1819. p. 57. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - O strike the harp
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. O strike the harp. For five voices. p. 69. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Who's honest within
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee for four voices. Who's honest within. p. 85. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Sober lay and mirthful glee
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Harmonists glee [for 3 voices.] Sober lay and mirthful glee. 1794. For the [friendly] harmonists. p. 91. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - O thou that rollest above
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. O thou that rollest above. Glee 5 voices. [Words] from Ossian. 1795. Revised 1819. p. 99. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Sad winter pass'd
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Sad winter pass'd. Glee, 5 voices. April 1796. Revised 1821. p. 115. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - To a violet
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee, 5 voices. To a violet, tho' from thy bank. 1797. Revised 1822. p. 127. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Fancy and desire
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee [for 5 voices]. Fancy and desire. Come hither Shepherds swain. 1795. Revised 1819. p. 139. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Mark'd you her eye
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee, 3 voices. Mark'd you her eye. p. 149. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Mighty master hear our sighs
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Mighty master hear our sighs. [Words by] Dibdin. Dialogue between Bornaro... and evil spirits. Nov. 7, 1798. For George Pearce. …
MS Euing R.d.22 - Pack clouds away
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Chearful glee, 5 voices. Pack clouds away. August 29 1796. Revised 1819. p. 161. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - If in that breast
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Glee, 3 voices. If in that breast. Oct. 29 1798. Revised 1819. p. 161. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - I have been
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Witches song and chorus [for 5 voices.] I have been. 1799. Revised 1819. [With figured bass.] p. 169. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - What shall we have
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Archers glee [for 4 voices]. Poetry by Mrs. Crispigny. What shall we have. 1792. p. 191. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.22 - Pray pull the bell
Composition of Richard John Samuel Stevens. Chearful glee [for 5 voices.] Pray pull the bell. 1789. Revised 1819. p. 201. c.1821.
MS Euing R.d.23 - Sacred music
Sacred music. By William Savage. Compositions, with a biography, all in handwriting of his pupil Richard Stevens. 1829.
MS Euing R.d.23 - The life of Mr. William Savage
William Savage. The life of Mr. William Savage. v-x. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - O Lord rebuke me not
William Savage. O Lord rebuke me not. Solo anthem [with chorus for 4 voc.] May 17 1767. p. 1. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - The Lord is my shepherd
William Savage. Anthem for two voices. The Lord is my shepherd. July 23d 1769. p. 8. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Hearken unto my voice
William Savage. Hearken unto my voice. Penitential anthem for four voices. October 24 1779. p. 12. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - O magnify the Lord
William Savage. Solo anthem. O magnify the Lord. [With chorus for 4 voc.] June 27 1767. p. 16. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Call to remembrance O Lord
William Savage. Call to remembrance O Lord. Solo anthem [with chorus for 4 voc.] Decr. 30 1783. p. 24. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Deliver us O Lord
William Savage. Full anthem. Deliver us O Lord. [For 4 voices.] Jany 24 1784. p. 30. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - I will exalt thee
William Savage. Anthem [for 4 voices.] I will exalt thee. February 29 1784. p. 34. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Blessed is he that considereth
William Savage. Blessed is he that considereth. June 7 1783. p. 46. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - O be joyful
William Savage. Anthem for two voices. O be joyful. p. 57. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Behold, it is Christ
William Savage. Anthem [for 4 voices.] Behold, it is Christ. Jany 3 1784. p. 60. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Happy the man...
William Savage. Solo anthem. [With chorus for 5 voices.] Happy the man... From Tate & Brady's Psalms. May 9 1783. p. 62. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. …
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. [Twenty six] Psalm tunes... The poetry from Tate and Brady's Psalms. p. 72. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - In deep distress
William Savage. Solo anthem. In deep distress. Novr. 18 1772. p. 82. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - O praise the Lord
William Savage. Verse anthem [for 4 voices.] O praise the Lord. Decr. 1772? p. 86. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Hear, O Lord and consider
William Savage. Hear, O Lord and consider. October 27 1779. p. 94. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Hide not thou thy face
William Savage. Hide not thou thy face. Duetto. 1784. p. 98. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Hear my prayer
William Savage. Hear my prayer. Duetto. Jany 15 1784. p. 102. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Almighty and everlasting
William Savage. Duetto. Almighty and everlasting. Jany 9 1784. p. 106. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - O Lord our governor
William Savage. Verse anthem. O Lord our governor. [For 4 voices.] p. 108. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Praise the Lord
William Savage. Verse anthem for 2 voices. [With chorus for 4 voices. Praise the Lord.] September 27 1765. p. 116. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. …
MS Euing R.d.23 - Behold now
William Savage. Full anthem [for 4 voices.] Behold now. Novr. 11 1767. p. 124. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - O Lord my God
William Savage. Anthem. O Lord my God. [For 4 voices with accompaniment for strings.] Feby 26 1786. p. 128. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. …
MS Euing R.d.23 - I cannot bear
William Savage. Hymn 117th of Dr. Watts Book the second. [For 4 voices.] I cannot bear. Jany 3d 1768. p. 152. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. …
MS Euing R.d.23 - From Heav'n
William Savage. Dr. Watts Hymn 97. From Heav'n. [For 4 voices.] Jany 14 1768. p. 159. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Thy favours Lord
William Savage. Dr. Watts Hymn 45, Book 2nd. Thy favours Lord. [For 4 voices.] January 23 1768. p. 162. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Why should we start
William Savage. Dr. Watts Hymn 31st, Book the 2nd. Why should we start. [For 4 voices.] April 30 1768. p.162. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. …
MS Euing R.d.23 - Salvation, oh the joyful sound
William Savage. Dr. Watts Hymn 88, Book 2d. Salvation, oh the joyful sound. [For 4 voices.] p. 168. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - How vain are all things
William Savage. [Solo anthem.] 48th Hymn by Dr. Watts. Book 2d. How vain are all things. p. 176. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Now to the Lord
William Savage. [Solo anthem.] 47 Hymn by Dr. Watts. Book 2d. Now to the Lord. p. 178. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Psalm 84 [and] Psalm 72. Dr. Watts. p. 181. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. An imitation of the singing of the Jews' synagoge in Duke's Place about the year 1770. [For 4 voices. Hallelujah.] p. 183. [Copy in the handwriting …
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Double chant. Jan. 18 1755. [For 4 voices.] p. 188. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Single [chant]. Melody by Revd. G. Savage. p. 188. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - I laid me down
William Savage. Round for 6 voices. I laid me down. p. 188b. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Kyrie eleison. [For 4 voices.] p. 189. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Requiescat in pace. [For 4 voices.] [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Hallelujah Amen
William Savage. Round for 6 voices. Hallelujah Amen. p. 191. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - O Absolom
William Savage. Round for 4 [voices. O Absolom.] p. 191. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Hallelujah Amen
William Savage. Round for 4 voices. Hallelujah Amen. p. 192. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Hallelujah Amen
William Savage. Round for 4 voices. Hallelujah Amen. p. 193. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Hallelujah Amen
William Savage. Round for 4 voices. Hallelujah amen. p. 194. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Why do we mourn
William Savage. Hymn 3 of Dr. Watts Book 2d. [With chorus for 4 voices.] Why do we mourn. p. 195. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Our God how firm
William Savage. Dr. Watts' Hymn 2. Our God how firm. Feb. 25 1770. p. 199. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Requiescat in pace [for 3 voices.] Arranged by Mr. Savage. p. 200. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Praise the Lord
William Savage. Short anthem [for 3 voices.] Praise the Lord. p. 201. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23 - Te Deum laudamus
William Savage. Te Deum laudamus [for 4 voices.] p. 207. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Jubilate [for 4 voices.] Novr. 5 1767. p. 215. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Sanctus [for 4 voices.] Novr. 11 1767. p. 221. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. [Kyrie eleison for 4 voices.] Novr. 12 1767. p. 222. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. [Credo for 4 voices.] Novr. 17 1767. p. 223. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Magnificat [for 4 voices.] Novr. 27 1767. p. 230. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.23
William Savage. Nunc dimittis [for 4 voices.] December 6 1767. p. 236. [Copy in the handwriting of his pupil Richard John Samuel Stevens. Charterhouse. February 1829.]
MS Euing R.d.24
MS glees, canons, etc.
MS Euing R.d.24
Glees, madrigals, canons ... in the handwriting of Joseph Warren. c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Ye gentle muses
Glee [for 4 voices.] Ye gentle muses. Hague, 1787. f. 1. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Cosi canta
Canon [ą 4]. Cosi canta. From Borosini's Collection of Cantici. No. 33. f. 3. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - With songs of triumph
Glee [for 4 voices.] With songs of triumph. From a manuscript. f. 3v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - I will sing a song
Canon. Three in one. I will sing a song. From an old manuscript. f. 4v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - 'Tis on earth
Glee. 3 voci. 'Tis on earth. Dr. Boyce. f. 5v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Good Simon
Catch. 3 voci. Good Simon. William Howes. f. 9. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Great Tom is cast
Catch. [3 voc.] Great Tom is cast. White. f. 9. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Trust not fair nymph
Catch. [4 voices.] Trust not fair nymph. Battishill. f. 9v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Glory be to thee
Canon. 4 in 1. Glory be to thee. Joseph Warren. f. 9v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Come let us agree
Glee [3 voices and a bass.] Come let us agree. Purcel. f. 10. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - O pray for peace
Canon. 3 in one... from... a manuscript. O pray for peace. f. 11. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - To thee 'tis given
Round. [3 voices.] To thee 'tis given. From an old manuscript. f. 11. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Where art thou
Madrigal. [3 voices.] To thee 'tis given. From an old manuscript. f. 11. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Amen
Canon. 3 in 1. Amen. Joseph Warren. f. 13v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Hey down behold
Canon. [3 voices.] Hey down behold. Thos Tallis... from an old manuscript. f. 14. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Come shepherds swains
Elegy. [3 voices.] Come shepherds swains. Corfe. f. 14v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - London Cries. Come buy my flowers
Catch a 4 voci. London Cries. Come buy my flowers. Joseph Warren. July 1833. f. 16. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Hail ye hallow'd Numuns
Glee. [3 voices.] Hail ye hallow'd Numuns. Matthew Lock. From the second part of the musical Companion... Playford, 1667. f. 16v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Hold thy peace
Catch. [3 voices.] Hold thy peace [by T. Ravenscroft.] Mentioned in Shakespeare's Twelfth Night... and supposed to be lost. f. 17v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Come hither Tom
Catch. [3 voices.] Come hither Tom. By W. Cranford. f. 17v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Here's a health unto His Majesty
Glee. [3 voices.] Here's a health unto His Majesty. Mr. Jery Savile, 1667. f. 18. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - In te Domine speravi
Round. 4 voci. In te Domine speravi [by W. Byrd.] From an old manuscript. f. 18v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Miserere mei
Canon. 4 in 2. Miserere mei. From Playford's Introduction to music, 1730 [by Purcell.] f. 18v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Amen
Canon. 4 in 1. Amen. From Playford's Musical companion, 1667. f. 18v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Waste are those walls
Glee [3 voices.] Waste are those walls. Battishill. f. 19. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Comincio solo
Round. [3 voices.] Comincio solo. By Bemetzrieder. f. 19. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Come let us all
Round. [3 voices.] Come let us all. John Hilton. f. 19. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - What Anacrion lov'd
Glee. [3 voices.] What Anacrion lov'd. Baildon. f. 19v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Buy my white conduit loaves
Catch. [3 voices.] Buy my white conduit loaves. Dr. Bemetzrieder. f. 22. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Hey downe downe
Catch. [4 voices.] Hey downe downe. From... Hawkin's History of music [1776]. f. 22v. [Incomplete]. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Glore a Patri et Filio
Canon. Three parts in one. Glore a Patri et Filio. From Playford's Introduction [to music by H. Purcell.] 1730. f. 23. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - In my sad thoughts
Glee. [3 voices.] In my sad thoughts. Le[o]n[ardo] Hodemonte [Hodimonto.] From Playford's Musical companion, 1667. f. 23v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - O my Clarissa
Glee. [3 voices.] O my Clarissa. W. Lawes. From the Musical companion, 1667. f. 24. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Tho' my torment
Glee. [3 voices.] Tho' my torment. H. Lawes. [From Playford's Musical companion, 1673. f. 24v.] [Words by Harington.] [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - There lies a pudding
Catch from Pammelia [Ravenscroft.] There lies a pudding. f. 24v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24
[Italian madrigale for 5 voices. First folio wanting. f. 25.] [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Fear not, dear love
Glee. [3 voices.] Fear not, dear love. Mr. Henry Lawes. From... Playford's Musical companion, 1667. [Words by Carew.] f. 26. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - What if we drink
Duett. What if we drink. Mr. Thos. Tempest. From Playford's Musical companion, 1667. f. 26v. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.24 - Great God of sleep
Glee. [3 voices.] Great God of sleep. [John] Worgan. f. 29. [Copy in the handwriting of Joseph Warren.] c.1835
MS Euing R.d.25
Telemachus, Comus, Maid of the mill.
MS Euing R.d.25 - Telemachus
Sir Henry Rowley Bishop. Telemachus. Opera in two acts. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, June 1815. Composed and partly selected from [Peter von] Winter's Calypso [1803], by Henry R. …
MS Euing R.d.25
Sir Henry Rowley Bishop. Milton's masque of Comus [28th April] 1815 [at Covent Garden], composed by H.R. Bishop. [Full score.]
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Sir Henry Rowley Bishop. Five songs and a duetto, composed for the revival of the Maid of the mill, by Henry R. Bishop. Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. October 18th 1814. Originale [scores.]
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa Duacéna. p. 15
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa de Angelis. p. 21
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa Hispanica. p. 26
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa Sancta Caecilae. p. 31
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa Gallica aut Missa Brevos. p. 35
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa Italica. p. 39
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa Angelicain duplicibus. p. 49
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Songs, with a bass. XVIIIth century. Handwritten note on back endpaper reads 'Charles and Samuel Enderby Novembr 10th 1773' and list of '42 sheets'; 'Book' and 'Alphabet' with prices.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Lovely nymph
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Lovely nymph. [1772]. By Dr. Arne. p. 1.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Pearly tear
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Pearly tear. By Mr. [Thomas] Bowman. [1754]. p. 2.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The wanton God
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. The wanton God, in Comus. [1740]. By Dr. Arne. p. 6.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The bird that hears
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. The bird that hears. [1766.] By Mr. [John] Collet[t]. p. 8.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Contented all day
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Contented all day, in The Chaplet. [1750]. By Dr. Boyce. p. 10.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Ye fair possess'd of every charm
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Ye fair possess'd of every charm. [1761]. By Dr. Arne. p. 12.
MS Euing R.d.26 - No more my song
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. No more my song. [1764]. By Mr. [Jonathan] Battishall [sic]. p. 14.
MS Euing R.d.26 - My fond shepherd
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. My fond shepherd. By Dr. Arne. p. 16.
MS Euing R.d.26 - How blith was I
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. How blith was I. By Dr. Arne. p. 18.
MS Euing R.d.26 - My banks
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. My banks. [1759]. By Dr. Arne. p. 20.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The pride of all nature
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. The pride of all nature. By Mr. [Charles] Dibdin. p. 22.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Cast my love
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Cast my love. [1759]. By Dr. Arne. p. 24.
MS Euing R.d.26 - My Jockey is the blithest lad
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. My Jockey is the blithest lad. [1767]. By Mr. [John] Worgan. p. 26.
MS Euing R.d.26 - How much superior
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. How much superior, in Love in a village. [c.1765]. By Mr. [John] Worgan. p. 28.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Soft pleasing pains
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Soft pleasing pains. [1759]. By Dr. Arne. p. 30.
MS Euing R.d.26 - With early horn
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. With early horn. [1737]. By Mr. [Johann E.] Galliard. p. 32.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Ye Warwickshire lads
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Ye Warwickshire lads. By Mr. [Charles] Dibdin. p. 35.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The whistling ploughman
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. A hunting song. The whistling ploughman. p. 38.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Rail no more
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Rail no more. [1762]. By Dr. Boyce. p. 42.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Ye fair marri'd dames
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Ye fair marri'd dames. [In The way to keep him, 1760.] By Dr. Arne. p. 44.
MS Euing R.d.26 - When you meet a tender creature
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. When you meet a tender creature. By Dr. Arne. p. 46.
MS Euing R.d.26 - In love should there meet
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. In love should there meet, in Love in a village. [c.1770]. By Mr. Barnard. p. 48.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Rule Britannia
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. When Britain first. By Dr. Arne. [From the masque Alfred, c.1740. The chorus begins: Rule Britannia, Britannia rule away.] p. 50.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Where the bee sucks
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Where the bee sucks. [Tempest]. [1732]. By Dr. Arne. p. 52.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Whilst on thy dear bosom
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Whilst on thy dear bosom. By Mr. Jackson. p. 54.
MS Euing R.d.26 - When daisies pied
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. When daisies pied. By Dr. Arne. p. 56.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Come rouge
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Come rouge. [c.1767]. By Mr. [James] Hook. p. 58.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Now Pho'bus sinketh
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Now Pho'bus sinketh. [1762]. By Dr. Arne. p. 62.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Hark the horn
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Hark the horn. [1762]. By Mr. [Joseph] Baildon. p. 65.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Pho'bus meaner themes
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Pho'bus meaner themes. [In] The British fair. [1765]. By Michl Arne. p. 68.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The sky lark
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. The sky lark. Go tunefull bird. By Mr. Atterbury. [?] p. 72.
MS Euing R.d.26 - To ease his heart
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. To ease his heart. [The spinning wheel.] 1762. By Dr. Arne [?]. p. 72.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Hope thou nurse
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Hope thou nurse, in Love in a village. By Mr. [John] Weldon. p. 76.
MS Euing R.d.26 - This cold, flinty heart
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. This cold, flinty heart, in Cymon. [1767]. By Michl Arne. p. 78.
MS Euing R.d.26 - In infancy our hopes
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. In infancy our hopes, in Artaxerxes. [1762]. By Dr. Arne. p. 80.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Behold this fair goblet
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Behold this fair goblet, in The jubilee. [1770]. By [Charles] Dibdin. p. 82.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Vows of love
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Vows of love. By Mr. [George] Rush. p. 84.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Come haste to the wedding
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Come haste to the wedding. By Mr. [James] Oswald. p. 86.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Yet a while sweet sleep
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Yet a while sweet sleep, in Cymon. [1762]. By Michl Arne. p. 88.
MS Euing R.d.26 - If love's a sweet passion
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. If love's a sweet passion. By Mr. Carter. p. 90.
MS Euing R.d.26 - 'Tis not wealth
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. 'Tis not wealth, in Love in a village. By [Felice] Giardini. p. 92.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Ye sluggards
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Ye sluggards. By Mr. [James] Hook. p. 94.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Thou soft flowing Avon
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Thou soft flowing Avon. By Dr. Arne. p. 98.
MS Euing R.d.26 - How blest the maid
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. How blest the maid, in Love in a village. By Sigr [Baldassare] Galluppi. p. 100.
MS Euing R.d.26 - I do as I will
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. I do as I will. By Mr. [John] Worgan. p. 102.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Water parted from the sea
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Water parted from the sea. By Dr. Arne. p. 104.
MS Euing R.d.26 - From Paphos Isle
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. From Paphos Isle. By Mr. [John] Potter. p. 106.
MS Euing R.d.26 - As blythe as the linnet
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. As blythe as the linnet [in] Robin Hood. [1730. By Charles Burney.] p. 110.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Oh why shou'd I sorrow
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Oh why shou'd I sorrow, in Cymon. [1762]. By Michl Arne. p. 112.
MS Euing R.d.26 - 'Tis liberty
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. 'Tis liberty [in Clio and Euterpe, 1762.] By Mr. Handel [?]. p. 114.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Go rose my Chloes bosom grace
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Go rose my Chloes bosom grace, [in Clio and Euterpe, 1759.] By Dr. [Maurice] Green. p. 116.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Let beauty with the sun arise
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Let beauty with the sun arise. By Mr. [Charles] Dibdin. p. 120.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The world my dear Myra
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. The world my dear Myra, [in Clio and Euterpe, 1759.] By Mr. [John] Gerrard [Gerard]. p. 123.
MS Euing R.d.26 - O! had I been by fate decreed
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. O! had I been by fate decreed, in Love in a village. By Mr. [Samuel] Howard. p. 126.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The thrush, sweet thrush
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. The thrush, sweet thrush. [c.1765.] By Michl Arne. p. 128.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The smiling dawn
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. The smiling dawn. [In Jephtha.] By Mr. Handel. p. 130.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Let the tempest of war
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Let the tempest of war. [In Clio and Euterpe.] By Mr. [Robert] Orme. p. 132.
MS Euing R.d.26 - When first I saw thee
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. When first I saw thee. [c.1750.] By Sigre Galli. p. 134.
MS Euing R.d.26 - The echoing horn calls
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. The echoing horn calls. [c.1770. In Thomas and Sally.] By Dr. Arne. p. 135.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Come my good shepherds
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Come my good shepherds. [In The winter's tale, 1756.] By Michl Arne. p. 138.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Young Phillis one morning
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Young Phillis one morning. By Mr. Worgan. [?Boyce.] p. 140.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Once the Gods of the Greeks
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. 'Once the Gods of the Greeks'. The origin of English liberty. [c.1760.] p. 142.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Hark! the joy inspiring horn
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Hark! the joy inspiring horn. By Mr. [Richard] Bride. p. 144.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Say little foolish flutt'ring thing
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Say little foolish flutt'ring thing. By Mr. [Charles] Dibdin. p. 146.
MS Euing R.d.26 - If 'tis joy to wound
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. If 'tis joy to wound. [c.1770.] By Mr. [Samuel] Arnold. p. 154.
MS Euing R.d.26 - In this shady blest retreat
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. In this shady blest retreat. [c.1770.] By Sigr [Johann Christian] Bach. p. 158.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Was I a shepherds maid
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Was I a shepherds maid. [In The padlock.] By Mr. [Charles] Dibdin. p. 162.
MS Euing R.d.26 - Now the happy knot is ty'd
Song with a bass. Owned by C. and S. Enderby. Nov. 10 1773. Now the happy knot is ty'd. By Mr. [Joseph] Tacet. p. 166. [With 10 ff. of contents.].
MS Euing R.d.27
Catches, rounds, glees, &c. Early XIXth century.
MS Euing R.d.27 - Music the fiercest grief can charm
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Music the fiercest grief can charm. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Blow high
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Blow high. [Song by C. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Drink to me only with thine eyes
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Drink to me only with thine eyes. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Old Chiron
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Old Chiron. [Vocal duet attributed to H. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - O beautious eyes
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). O beautious eyes. [Round by M. Greene, 1775.] f. 3
MS Euing R.d.27 - As on the banks of Tweed
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). As on the banks of Tweed. [Song.] f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.27 - How sweet in the woodlands
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). How sweet in the woodlands. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - God be merciful
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). God be merciful. [Motet for 3 voices.] f. 4v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Sweet doth blush
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Sweet doth blush. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - The wand'ring sailor
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). The wand'ring sailor. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - When Bibo thought fit
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). When Bibo thought fit. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Sum up all the delights
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Sum up all the delights. [Catch by H. Purcell.] f. 7v
MS Euing R.d.27 - O Absolom, my son
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). O Absolom, my son. [Canon by C. King.] f. 7v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Let's live and let's love
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Let's live and let's love. [Glee for 3 voices.] f. 8
MS Euing R.d.27 - A boat, a boat, unto the ferry
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). A boat, a boat, unto the ferry. [Catch.] f. 8
MS Euing R.d.27 - As I saw fair Chlora
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). As I saw fair Chlora. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Soldier... take off thy wine
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Soldier... take off thy wine. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - He comes, the hero comes
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). He comes, the hero comes. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Beviamo tutti
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Beviamo tutti. [Vocal trio, by F. Giardini.] f. 10
MS Euing R.d.27 - How should we mortals
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). How should we mortals. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Drink on
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Drink on. [Catch by H. Purcell.] f. 12
MS Euing R.d.27 - Should I die
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Should I die. [Vocal duet by Leveridge.] f. 12v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Wilt thou lend me
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Wilt thou lend me. [Catch by Nelham, 1652.] f. 13
MS Euing R.d.27 - Hush to peace
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hush to peace. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Master Speaker
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Master Speaker. [Catch.] f. 14v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Under this stone
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Under this stone. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Gently touch the warbling lyre
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Gently touch the warbling lyre. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come follow, follow... me
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come follow, follow. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Viva tutte [sic] le vezzose
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Viva tutte [sic] le vezzose. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Sir, you are a comical fellow
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Sir, you are a comical fellow. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - How sleep the brave
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). How sleep the brave. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Fill... a brimming glass
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Fill... a brimming glass. [Catch.] f. 17v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Fair enslaver
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Fair enslaver. [Catch.] f. 17v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Strange news from the rose boys
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Strange news from the rose boys. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Poor Owen
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Poor Owen. [Catch by J. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Here lies old Bridges
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Here lies old Bridges. [Catch.] f. 18
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come follow me to the greenwood tree
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come follow me to the greenwood tree. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Give me the sweet delights
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Give me the sweet delights. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - You ask me dear Jack
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). You ask me dear Jack. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Since my Phyllis
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Since my Phyllis. [Catch.] f. 21
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come here's the good health
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come here's the good health. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Which is the properest way to drink
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Which is the properest way to drink. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Jack thou'rt a toper
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Jack thou'rt a toper. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - The fairest month
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). The fairest month. [Glee for 3 voices.] f. 23
MS Euing R.d.27 - Let's live good honest lives
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Let's live good honest lives. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Call for the reck'ning
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Call for the reck'ning. [Catch by H. Purcell.] f. 23v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Would you know how we meet
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Would you know how we meet. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come honest friends
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come honest friends. [Catch, by S. Ives.] f. 24
MS Euing R.d.27 - All in the Downs
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). All in the Downs. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - The Macedon youth
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). The Macedon youth. [Catch by H. Purcell.] f. 25
MS Euing R.d.27 - He that drinks is immortal
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). He that drinks is immortal. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Here lyeth Sir John Guise
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Here lyeth Sir John Guise. [Catch.] f. 25
MS Euing R.d.27 - Haste thee O Lord
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Haste thee O Lord. [Round, by Ford, 1652.] f. 25v
MS Euing R.d.27 - 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 - Go, Go, banish thy sorrow
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Go, Go, banish thy sorrow. [Catch.] f. 25v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Melting airs
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Melting airs. [Glee for 4 voices, by W. Hayes.] f. 26
MS Euing R.d.27 - Here's a bowl
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Here's a bowl. [Catch.] f. 26v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Sei cantiamo
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Sei cantiamo. [Catch.] f. 26v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Hark you, my dear
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hark you, my dear. [Catch by T.A. Arne.] f. 27
MS Euing R.d.27 - Adieu to the village delights
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Adieu to the village delights. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - 'Twas you sir
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). 'Twas you sir. [Catch by Lord Mornington.] f. 28
MS Euing R.d.27 - Now that the spring
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Now that the spring. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Beneath in the dust
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Beneath in the dust. [Catch.] f. 28v
MS Euing R.d.27 - How great is the pleasure
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). How great is the pleasure. [Catch.] f. 28v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Hark, Harry
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hark, Harry. [Catch by J. Eccles.] f. 29
MS Euing R.d.27 - Jack thou'rt a toper
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Jack thou'rt a toper. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - 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 - Hark the bonny Christchurch bells
[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 bonny Christchurch bells. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - If all be true
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). If all be true. [Catch by H. Purcell.] f. 30
MS Euing R.d.27 - No ambition without anxiety
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). No ambition without anxiety. [Vocal duet.] f. 30
MS Euing R.d.27 - A blooming youth
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). A blooming youth. [Catch by W. Boyce.] f. 30
MS Euing R.d.27 - Thou to whose eyes
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Thou to whose eyes. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Follow me my jovial boys
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Follow me my jovial boys. [Catch by E. Nelham.] f. 32
MS Euing R.d.27 - Jack I hear
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Jack I hear. [Catch by C. Lampe.] f. 32v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Hated by fools
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hated by fools. [Catch by Valton.] f. 33
MS Euing R.d.27 - I'll live tomorrow
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). I'll live tomorrow. [Catch.] f. 33
MS Euing R.d.27 - Who like Bacchus
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Who like Bacchus. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - With horns and hounds
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). With horns and hounds. [Catch by J. Hook.] f. 34v
MS Euing R.d.27 - The glories of our birth
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). The glories of our birth. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Fill the bowl
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Fill the bowl. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Beneath the silent rural cell
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Beneath the silent rural cell. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Ancient Phillis
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Ancient Phillis. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Banbury ale
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Banbury ale. [Catch by T. Ravenscroft.] f. 36
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come live with me
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come live with me. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Would you sing a catch
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Would you sing a catch. [Catch.] f. 38
MS Euing R.d.27 - Hark, hark, ding, dong
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hark, hark, ding, dong. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - A bumper... of good liquor
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). A bumper... of good liquor. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - The wise men were but seven
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). The wise men were but seven. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - In drinking full bumpers
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). In drinking full bumpers. [Catch by J. Clarke.] f. 39
MS Euing R.d.27 - Lay that sullen garland
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Lay that sullen garland. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Drink tonight, if the moon shine bright
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Drink tonight, if the moon shine bright. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come let us all a-maying go
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come let us all a-maying go. [Catch by Hilton.] f. 41
MS Euing R.d.27 - Who e'er has travell'd life's dull round
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Who e'er has travell'd life's dull round. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Down in a dungeon deep
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Down in a dungeon deep. [Catch by Hilton.] f. 41
MS Euing R.d.27 - Hark... the lark
[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 lark. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Curst be the wretch
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Curst be the wretch. [Catch by H. Carey.] f. 42v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Of honest malt liquor
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Of honest malt liquor. [Catch.] f. 42v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come away to the tavern
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come away to the tavern. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Call George again
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Call George again. [Catch by J. Hilton.] f. 43
MS Euing R.d.27 - My wife's dead
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). My wife's dead. [Catch.] f. 43
MS Euing R.d.27 - Oh my love
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Oh my love. [Catch.] f. 43
MS Euing R.d.27 - Pale faces
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Pale faces. [Catch by H. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - To love and wine
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). To love and wine. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Hark... the woods do sing
[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 woods do sing. [Catch.] f. 45
MS Euing R.d.27 - A cruel fate hangs threat'ning
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). A cruel fate hands threat'ning. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - O Dick and Strephon
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). O Dick and Strephon. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Frank, what shall we do
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Frank, what shall we do. [Catch by Willis.] f. 46
MS Euing R.d.27 - How sweet, how fresh
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). How sweet, how fresh. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Of all the brave birds
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Of all the brave birds. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - The wily... fox
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). The wily... fox. [Catch by E. Nelham.] f. 48
MS Euing R.d.27 - Joy in the gates of Jerusalem
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Joy in the gates of Jerusalem. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Here's that will challenge
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Here's that will challenge. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Let's have a peal
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Let's have a peal. [Catch by T. Ravenscroft.] f. 48v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come hither boy
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come hither boy. [Catch by J. Hilton.] f. 48v
MS Euing R.d.27 - How merrily looks the man
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). How merrily looks the man. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - O ale ab alendo
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). O ale ab alendo. [Catch by J. Hilton, 1652.] f. 49
MS Euing R.d.27 - Three bulls and a bear
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Three bulls and a bear. [Catch by S. Wesley.] f. 49
MS Euing R.d.27 - Bless them that curse you
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Bless them that curse you. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - How merrily we live
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). How merrily we live. [Madrigal, by M. Este.] f. 49v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Sing one, two, three
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Sing one, two three. [Catch.] f. 50v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Here lies... the Lord have mercy upon her
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Here lies... the Lord have mercy upon her. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Fy, nay prithee John
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Fy, nay prithee John. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - 'Tis strange Sister Ruth
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). 'Tis strange Sister Ruth. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - We be three poor mariners
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). We be three poor mariners. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Ah ch'il destino mio
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Ah ch'il destino mio. [Canon by Metastasio.] f. 52v
MS Euing R.d.27 - England burneth
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). England burneth. [Catch.] f. 52v
MS Euing R.d.27 - When Coelia was learning
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). When Coelia was learning. [Catch.] f. 52v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Dolce miei sospiri
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Dolce miei sospiri. [Vocal trio by Berg.] f. 53
MS Euing R.d.27 - 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 - Here in cool grott
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Here in cool grott. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Care, thou canker of our joys
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Care, thou canker of our joys. [Catch.] f. 55
MS Euing R.d.27 - On thy sweet lips
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). On thy sweet lips. [Catch.] f. 55
MS Euing R.d.27 - Turn fair Clora
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Turn fair Clora. [Vocal duet by Harington.] f. 55v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come hither Tom
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come hither Tom. [Catch by Crawford.] f. 56
MS Euing R.d.27 - 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.27 - Hail, flow'ry mead
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hail, flow'ry mead. [Canon.] f. 57v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come let us agree
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come let us agree. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - All into service
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). All into service. [Catch.] f. 58
MS Euing R.d.27 - Behold the Lord
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Behold the Lord. [Anthem for 4 voices.] f. 58v
MS Euing R.d.27 - If you trust before you try
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). If you trust before you try. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Let ambition fire thy mind
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Let ambition fire thy mind. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Here lies poor Teague
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Here lies poor Teague. [Catch.] f. 59
MS Euing R.d.27 - And in each track of glory
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). And in each track of glory. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Lightly tread, 'tis hallow'd ground
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Lightly tread, 'tis hallow'd ground. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Poor Johnny's dead
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Poor Johnny's dead. [Catch by W. Hayes.] f. 60v
MS Euing R.d.27 - O azure vaults
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). O azure vaults. [Vocal duet.] f. 61
MS Euing R.d.27 - Life is a jest
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Life is a jest. [Catch by Travers.] f. 61
MS Euing R.d.27 - To arms, to arms
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). To arms, to arms. f. 61v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Britons strike home
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Britons strike home. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Crown the glass
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Crown the glass. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Smiths are good fellows
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Smiths are good fellows. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Fill all the glasses
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Fill all the glasses. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Winde gentle evergreen
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Winde gentle evergreen. [Catch by Dr. Hayes.] f. 64v
MS Euing R.d.27 - Consign'd to dust
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Consign'd to dust. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Return... my lovely maid
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Return... my lovely maid. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Peter White
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Peter White. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Time has not thin'd my flowing hair
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Time has not thin'd my flowing hair. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Look, neighbours look
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Look, neighbours look. [Catch by H. Harington.] f. 69
MS Euing R.d.27 - From the plains, from the woodlands
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). From the plains, from the woodlands. …
MS Euing R.d.27 - Hot mutton pies
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Hot mutton pies. [Catch.] f. 70
MS Euing R.d.27 - Come nymphs and fawns
[Catches, rounds, glees, etc. without composer's names.] Early 19th century. Belonged to John Weir (d. 1829), a Glasgow music teacher (from 1801). Come nymphs and fawns. …
MS Euing R.d.28
Franz Joseph Haydn. Kyrie eleison from Haydn's Mass, No. 2 [in C.]. The organ part by [Vincent] Novello. [With] Gloria [and] Qui tollis [and] Quonian. c.1830. [Identical …
MS Euing R.d.29
Francesco Bartolomea Conti. Scola del leutino o sia mandolino alla Genovese. [In another handwriting:] L'accordo della mandola č l'istesso della chitarra alla francese. …
MS Euing R.d.30
Bonaventura Furlanetto. Lezioni di contrapunto del Sigr D. Bonaventura Furlanetto, maestro attuale di Cap:a nella Catted:le Basilica di S. Marco, M'ro del Conservatorio …
MS Euing R.d.31
Raphael Georg Kiesewetter. Auszug aus der Geschichte des Europäisch-Abendländischen oder unserer heutigen Musik von Kiesewetter. [An unfinished epitome of Kiesewetter's book of 1846.] c.1850.
MS Euing R.d.32
MS articles by Chladni.
MS Euing R.d.32
Ernst Florens Friedrich Chladni. [Two articles.]
MS Euing R.d.32
Christian Karl Sartorius. Musikalische Leichenfeier und Tanze der Mexico-Indianer von Christian Carl Sartorius. It was published in Caecilia, 8 Band, 1828, with musical examples added.
MS Euing R.d.33
Songs, glees and pianoforte music. XIXth century.
MS Euing R.d.33 - The many rend the skies
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. The many rend the skies. [Soprano only, with pianoforte accompaniment in Alexanders Feast by Handel.] p. 1
MS Euing R.d.33 - Since first I saw your face
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Since first I saw your face. [Glee for 3 voices by] T. Ford, 1620. p. 10
MS Euing R.d.33 - Mrs. Gordon's reel
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Mrs. Gordon's reel. [For pianoforte.] p. 11
MS Euing R.d.33 - The devil among the taylors
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. The devil among the taylors. [For pianoforte.] p. 11
MS Euing R.d.33 - The Brunswick waltze
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. The Brunswick waltze. [For pianoforte.] p. 12
MS Euing R.d.33 - Sir David Hunter Blair's reel
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Sir David Hunter Blair's reel. [For pianoforte.] p. 12
MS Euing R.d.33 - Oh come, O Bella
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Terzetto e coro [by] S. Webbe. Oh come, O Bella. p. 13
MS Euing R.d.33 - Speed the plough
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Speed the plough. [For pianoforte.] p. 18
MS Euing R.d.33 - Harlequin amulet
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Harlequin amulet. p. 19
MS Euing R.d.33 - Parisot's favourite
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Parisot's favourite. p. 19
MS Euing R.d.33 - To arms, to arms... Britons strike home
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. To arms, to arms... Britons strike home. [For 2 voices by H. Purcell.] pp. 22, 23
MS Euing R.d.33 - Away with melancholy
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. [Vocal] duet. Away with melancholy. [With pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 25
MS Euing R.d.33 - The resolution
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. [Vocal] duet. The resolution. Ye gentle gales by Mozart (?). [With pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 26
MS Euing R.d.33
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. [Pianoforte piece by] Dr. Arne. p. 29
MS Euing R.d.33 - Duke of York's march
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Duke of York's march. [For the pianoforte, with tambourine accompaniment.] p. 30
MS Euing R.d.33
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Tambourine [notation for Tinka tanka, Go to the devil, and German waltz. p. 31.]
MS Euing R.d.33 - Yellow hair'd laddie
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. For the harp. Yellow hair'd laddie. p. 32
MS Euing R.d.33 - From the Danube was he riding
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Russian air. An Ukrainian song translated by Count Crestawitch. From the Danube was he riding. [With pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 33
MS Euing R.d.33 - Glorious Apollo
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Glorious Apollo. [Glee for 3 voices by] Webbe. p. 34
MS Euing R.d.33
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Contredance. [For pianoforte.] p. 37
MS Euing R.d.33 - Ah! vous dirai je maman
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Ah! vous dirai je maman. [For pianoforte, with variations.] p. 38
MS Euing R.d.33
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. [Pianoforte piece by] Krumpholtz. p. 42
MS Euing R.d.33 - Blest as the immortal gods
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Blest as the immortal gods. [Song by] Giordani. [With pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 50
MS Euing R.d.33 - Duncan Grey
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Duncan Grey - for the harp. p. 55
MS Euing R.d.33 - Savurneen Deelish
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. [Sa]vurneen deelish, [by] Dr. Fisher. Thou dear seducer of my heart. [With pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 57
MS Euing R.d.33 - Sul margine d'un rio
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Venetian air. [With pianoforte accompaniment.] Sul margine d'un rio. p. 59
MS Euing R.d.33 - Sweet seducer, ever smiling
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Sweet seducer, ever smiling. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment.] Mr. Moore. p. 60
MS Euing R.d.33 - Could I find a bonny glen
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Could I find a bonny glen. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 61
MS Euing R.d.33 - The fairest flowr's
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Glee [for 3 voices by] Danby. The fairest flowr's. p. 62
MS Euing R.d.33 - Robin Adair
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Robin Adair. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 64
MS Euing R.d.33 - Roland
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Roland. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 65
MS Euing R.d.33 - Look neighbours look
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Thomas Day. [Catch.] Look neighbours look by H. Harington. p. 65
MS Euing R.d.33 - A prey to tender anguish
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. A prey to tender anguish. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment, by] Haydn. p. 66
MS Euing R.d.33 - Far [?Here] awa' Willie
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Far [?Here] awa' Willie. [For pianoforte.] p. 68
MS Euing R.d.33
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Waltz. [For pianoforte.] p. 68
MS Euing R.d.33 - Eveleen's bower. Oh! weep for the hour
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Eveleen's bower. Oh! weep for the hour. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 69
MS Euing R.d.33
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. [Harp piece in E flat, by] Meyer. p. 70
MS Euing R.d.33 - Thou hast sent me
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Thou hast sent me. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment by Moore.] p. 72
MS Euing R.d.33 - Will you come to the bow'r
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Will you come to the bow'r. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 74
MS Euing R.d.33 - Eveleen's bower
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MS Euing R.d.33 - When in death I shall calm recline
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. When in death I shall calm recline. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment.] p. 78
MS Euing R.d.33 - Thou hast sent me a flowr'y band
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Thou hast sent me a flowr'y band. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment, by] Moore. p. 80. [Duplicate of R.d.33, Item No. 38.]
MS Euing R.d.33 - There's not a look
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. There's not a look. [Song with pianoforte accompaniment, by] Sir J. Stevenson. p. 82
MS Euing R.d.33 - Guaracha dance
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Guaracha dance. [For pianoforte.] p. 84
MS Euing R.d.33 - Hail... ye hallow'd Numens
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Hail... ye hallow'd Numens. Glee [by] Mattw. Lock. p. 85
MS Euing R.d.33 - The fly
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. The fly. A glee. Where the bee sucks. [By] Dr. Wilson. [Words by Shakespeare.] 1667. p. 87
MS Euing R.d.33 - If any so wise
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Catch. If any so wise. [By] Dr. William Child. p. 88
MS Euing R.d.33 - Shew a room
[Songs, glees and pianoforte music.] 19th cent. Catch. Shew a room. [By] Mr. Thomas Holmes. p. 88
MS Euing R.d.34
Samuel Webbe : Nine duets and glees... 1788-1808.
MS Euing R.d.34 - The parent bird in plaintive mood
Samuel Webbe. Autograph. Duetto. Poetry by Cunningham. The parent bird in plaintive mood. [With a bass for harpsichord. Signed] S. Webbe, July 1803. f. 1
MS Euing R.d.34 - My heart ador'd three pow'rs above
Samuel Webbe. Autograph. Duetto. My heart ador'd three pow'rs above. [With harpsichord accompaniment. Signed] Saml. Webbe, Sept. 1810, for his dear friend Willm. Dance. f. 3
MS Euing R.d.34 - Parent of thought
Samuel Webbe. 1788-1808. Autograph. Parent of thought. [Glee for 4 voices. Signed] S. Webbe. [For] The Revd. Mr. Nott of Winchester Cathedral - the poet. f. 7
MS Euing R.d.34 - This 'tis to live
Samuel Webbe. 1788-1808. Autograph. This 'tis to live. Glee [for 4 voices. Signed] S. Webbe. f. 11
MS Euing R.d.34 - Clasp'd in her faithful shepherd's... arms
Samuel Webbe. Autograph. Clasp'd in her faithful shepherd's... arms. [Glee for 5 voices. Signed] S. Webbe. Octr. 1788. f. 13
MS Euing R.d.34 - Love and friendship
Samuel Webbe. Autograph. Love and friendship. 'Strike the Lyre'. [Glee for 5 voices. Signed] Saml. Webbe, Sep. 5 1800. Composed for the family of Mrs. Casamajor, Potterells - Herts. f. 15
MS Euing R.d.34 - Since beauty scarce endures a day
Samuel Webbe. Autograph. Since beauty scarce endures a day. Words from Swift. [Glee for 5 voices. Signed] Saml. Webbe, 1801. f. 23
MS Euing R.d.34 - How sweetly flew the time away
Samuel Webbe. Autograph. How sweetly flew the time away. [Glee for 4 voices. Signed] Saml. Webbe, 21st March 1808. f. 25
MS Euing R.d.34 - Oh place me in some Heav'n protected isle
Samuel Webbe. 1788-1808. Glee by Webbe. Oh place me in some Heav'n protected isle. From Cooper's poem. [For 5 voices.] f. 29
MS Euing R.d.35
John Wall Calcott : Vocal and instrumental music. 1785-86.
MS Euing R.d.35 - O qui me gelidis in vallibus
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] O qui me gelidis in vallibus. [Glee for 3 voices. Dated] Septr. 28 1786, at Tottenham. f. 1
MS Euing R.d.35 - When Sylvia first saw my love
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] A pastoral ballad. When Sylvia first saw my love. [With a bass.] f. 1v
MS Euing R.d.35 - Hide me in this cooling cave
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Hide me in this cooling cave. [Sketch for a vocal trio.] f. 2v
MS Euing R.d.35 - Say lovely youth
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Sappho to Phaon. A cantata. Say lovely youth. [With harpsichord accompaniment. Dated] Jany 26 1785. f. 3
MS Euing R.d.35 - Here she who sang to him
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Here she who sang to him. [Glee for 8 voices and cembalo ad libitum. Chorus is Sappho to Phaon.] f. 4v
MS Euing R.d.35 - Rondeau. Bred on plains
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Rondeau. Bred on plains. [For voice and orchestra. Dated] April 29 1785. [Score.] f. 9
MS Euing R.d.35 - Thus Hecates' charms
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] The incantation. Thus Hecates' charms. [For voice and orchestra. Dated] Decr. 17 1784. [Score.] f. 12
MS Euing R.d.35 - Yes Henry, I will go
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Yes Henry, I will go. [Song with harpsichord accompaniment. Dated] Novbr. 20 1785. f. 17
MS Euing R.d.35 - Ah! Damon said
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Ah! Damon said. [Song with harpsichord accompaniment. Dated] Sept. 2 1785. f. 19
MS Euing R.d.35 - Return blest days
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Return blest days. [Song with harpsichord accompaniment. Dated] Decr. 21 1785. For Miss Madden. [Signed] J.W. Callcott. f. 21
MS Euing R.d.35 - Ye fairy bowers
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Ye fairy bowers. [Song with harpsichord accompaniment. Dated] Sept. 13 1785. For Miss Harriet Madden. f. 23
MS Euing R.d.35 - Why o'er the verdant banks of Oose
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Why o'er the verdant banks of Oose. [Song with harpsichird accompaniment. Dated] May 18 1785. …
MS Euing R.d.35 - For rural virtues
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] For rural virtues. Words by Shenstone. [Glee for 4 voices. Dated] May 24 1785. f. 27
MS Euing R.d.35 - As now the fragrant hours
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] As now the fragrant hours. [Glee for 3 voices.] Composed by J.W. Callcott. For Mrs. Madden of Fulham, May 24 1785. f. 29
MS Euing R.d.35
John Wall Callcott. [Vocal and instrumental music. Autograph. 1785-6.] Sonata [in C, for harpsichord.] May 9th 1785. f. 31
MS Euing R.d.36 - Hail happy Albion
John Wall Callcott. Hail happy Albion. [Glee for 5 voices. Dated] October 26 1789. [Autograph.] 1789
MS Euing R.d.37
Songs, duets, glees, and bugle calls. c.1840.
MS Euing R.d.37 - Restore those visions
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. Restore those visions. [Song, with pianoforte.] L. Spohr. p. 10
MS Euing R.d.37 - The flowers may fade away
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. The flowers may fade away. Written by H.J. Bradfield. Music by D. Lee. [Melody only, with a transposition for cornet.] p. 13
MS Euing R.d.37 - The daughter of Israel
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. The daughter of Israel. [Melody for cornet in A.] p. 14
MS Euing R.d.37
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. [Bugle and trumpet calls.] Cavalry Stable call [for] Cornet in B flat. 52nd Light Infantry calls: …
MS Euing R.d.37 - The railroad galop
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. The railroad galop. [For pianoforte by] W.C. Hutchison, Oxford, Nov. '44. p. 17
MS Euing R.d.37 - It was a friar of orders gray
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. It was a friar of orders gray. [Glee for 3 voices.] Composed by Dr. Callcott. [With pianoforte.] p. 21
MS Euing R.d.37 - Oh lady fair
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. Oh lady fair. [Song for 3 voices, with pianoforte.] Words and music by T. Moore, Esqr. p. 28
MS Euing R.d.37 - A health to the outward bound
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. A health to the outward bound. A glee for 3 voices. The words and music by the Honble Mrs. Norton. p. 34
MS Euing R.d.37 - As I saw fair Clora
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. As I saw fair Clora. [Vocal] duet [with pianoforte, by] G. Hayden. p. 42
MS Euing R.d.37 - Love in thine eyes
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. Love in thine eyes. [Vocal duet, with pianoforte, by W. Jackson.] p. 46
MS Euing R.d.37 - A gen'rous friendship
[Songs, etc. Owned by William C. Hutchison, Oxford, 1845.] c.1840. A gen'rous friendship. Prize glee, 1768, [for 5 voices, with pianoforte.] The words from Pope's Homer's Iliad. …
MS Euing R.d.38
A collection of songs in the handwriting of William Euing. Early XIXth century.
MS Euing R.d.38 - Flow thou regal purple stream, from the Castle of Andalusia
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Flow thou regal purple stream, from the Castle of Andalusia. [Song, with pianoforte by] Dr. Arnold. p. 1
MS Euing R.d.38 - My fond shepherds
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. My fond shepherds. [Song with pianoforte by] Dr. Arne. p. 3
MS Euing R.d.38 - The lark's shrill notes
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. The lark's shrill notes. [Song with pianoforte by] Festing. p. 4
MS Euing R.d.38 - Rail no more
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Rail no more. [Song by] Dr. Boyce. p. 5
MS Euing R.d.38 - The night her silent sable wore
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. The night her silent sable wore. Air: She rose and let me in. [Song with pianoforte and violin.] p. 6
MS Euing R.d.38 - The hazy mist hangs
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. The hazy mist hangs. [Vocal] duett [with pianoforte, arranged by Kozeluch.] p. 6
MS Euing R.d.38 - O wat ye wha's in yonder town
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. O wat ye wha's in yonder town. [Vocal] duett [with pianoforte, arranged by Kozeluch.] p. 7
MS Euing R.d.38 - Thou art gane awa
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Thou art gane awa. [Vocal] duett [with pianoforte, arranged by Kozeluch.] p. 8
MS Euing R.d.38 - Ay waking O!
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Ay waking O! [Vocal] duett [with pianoforte.] p. 9
MS Euing R.d.38 - Behold the hour
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Behold the hour. Air Oran gaoil. [Vocal] duett [with pianoforte.] p. 10
MS Euing R.d.38 - Sweet is the breath of morn
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Sweet is the breath of morn. [Vocal] duett [with pianoforte by] Handel. p. 11
MS Euing R.d.38 - From the plains
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. From the plains. [Vocal] duett [with pianoforte by] Jackson. p. 13
MS Euing R.d.38 - Claudine liv'd contented
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Claudine liv'd contented. [Song with pianoforte.] p. 17
MS Euing R.d.38 - A very merry hey down derry
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. A very merry hey down derry. [Song with pianoforte by] Shield. From the comic opera Two faces under a hood. p. 18
MS Euing R.d.38 - Should e'er I brave the stormy seas
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Should e'er I brave the stormy seas. [Song with pianoforte by] Braham. p. 19
MS Euing R.d.38 - Spirit of my sainted sire
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Spirit of my sainted sire. [Song with pianoforte.] p. 20
MS Euing R.d.38 - 'Twas on this spot
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Recitative. Death of General Sir Ralph Abercrombie. 'Twas on this spot. [By] Braham. [Without accompaniment.] p. 22
MS Euing R.d.38 - Jenny's mantle. O welcome back
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. Jenny's mantle. O welcome back. [Without accompaniment.] p. 23
MS Euing R.d.38 - The dimpled cheek. What have I done
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh [air]. The dimpled cheek. What have I done. [Without accompaniment.] p. 23
MS Euing R.d.38 - The men of Harlech's march. Dauntless sons
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. The men of Harlech's march. Dauntless sons. [Without accompaniment.] p. 24
MS Euing R.d.38 - Do'st not hear the martial hum
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Do'st not hear the martial hum. [Vocal duet.] p. 24
MS Euing R.d.38 - Venture Gwen. Low hung the dark clouds
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. Venture Gwen. Low hung the dark clouds. [Vocal] duet. p. 25
MS Euing R.d.38 - The old Sybyl. Away let nought
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. The old Sybyl. Away let nought. [Vocal] duet. p. 25
MS Euing R.d.38 - Come to battle. Hark the martial trumpet
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. Come to battle. Hark the martial trumpet. [Vocal] duett. p. 26
MS Euing R.d.38 - The rising sun. Softly... sing
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. The rising sun. Softly... sing. [Vocal] duet. p. 26
MS Euing R.d.38 - Chrystal ground. In the vale of Langollen
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. Chrystal ground. In the vale of Langollen. [Vocal] duet. p. 27
MS Euing R.d.38 - The pedlar. Come ye nice maids
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. The pedlar. Come ye nice maids. [Song unaccompanied.] p. 27
MS Euing R.d.38 - The break of day
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. The break of day. Owen. [Song unaccompanied.] p. 28
MS Euing R.d.38 - Tell her I'll love her
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Tell her I'll love her. [Song without accompaniment, by] Shield. p. 28
MS Euing R.d.38 - Jack Stedfast and I
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Jack Stedfast and I. [Song without accompaniment, by] Shield. p. 29
MS Euing R.d.38 - The flowers of London. Let not glory's trumpet
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. The flowers of London. Let not glory's trumpet. [Vocal] duet. p. 30
MS Euing R.d.38 - Of a noble race was Shenkin. Aye, sure thou art
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. [Welsh air.] Of a noble race was Shenkin. Aye, sure thou art. [Vocal] duet. p. 30
MS Euing R.d.38 - The willow. As I slept on the bank
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. The willow. As I slept on the bank. [Song unaccompanied.] p. 31
MS Euing R.d.38 - Hunting the hare. Hence away with idle sorrow
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. Hunting the hare. Hence away with idle sorrow. [Song unaccompanied.] p. 32
MS Euing R.d.38 - A cherub content
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. [Welsh air, Blodeu Cwynedd.] A cherub content. [Song unaccompanied.] p. 32
MS Euing R.d.38 - Reged. The fairy banquet
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Welsh air. Reged. The fairy banquet. [With pianoforte.] p. 33
MS Euing R.d.38 - The brown thorn
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Irish air. The brown thorn. St. Senanur and the lady. [Vocal trio with pianoforte.] p. 35
MS Euing R.d.38 - The dragon of Wantley
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. The dragon of Wantley. Old stories tell how Hercules. [Song unaccompanied.] p. 39
MS Euing R.d.38 - If sighing could recall the years
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Russian air. If sighing could recall the years. [Song unaccompanied.] Words by D. Thomson. p. 40
MS Euing R.d.38 - The martial spirit of Caledonia. O see the camps
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Gaelic air. The martial spirit of Caledonia. O see the camps. [Song unaccompanied.] Words by D. Thomson. p. 40
MS Euing R.d.38 - Soldats franēois
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Chanson de Roland. Soldats franēois. [With pianoforte.] p. 41
MS Euing R.d.38 - Vado ben spesso
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Vado ben spesso - from a cantata by Salvador Rosa. [With pianoforte.] p. 42
MS Euing R.d.38 - What are the joys of whiteman then?
[Song in the handwriting of William Euing.] 1807. Negro song. What are the joys of whiteman then? [With pianoforte. Incomplete.] p. 43
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Music by Edward Finch.
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The Hon. Edward Finch : Volume of music in his handwriting, containing some of his own compositions. c.1725. Godfrey Keller : Treatises on thorough bass, tuning …
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. [An exercise in] 9 parts. f. 2
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. St. Davids ps. tune in 6 pts. [Signed] E.T. f. 2
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. G. Keller's example of the maner of taking all sorts of discords usual in sonatas in a sharp key. f. 2v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. G. Keller's example of all sorts of discords usually taken in a flat key in sonatas. In 5 parts. f. 3v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. The two former examples for but 4 parts. The example in a sharp key. f. 4v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. The former example in a flat key for but 4 parts. f. 5v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. [The Te Deum in G for 4 voices.] f. 6v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. The 100th Psalm in 5 pts. [Signed] E.F. f. 8v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. The 100th Ps[alm] in [6 and] 7 pts. f. 9
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. [The Te Deum in G minor for 5 voices.] By Edw. Finch. Augt. 17th 1708. f. 9v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. [Part of the Nicene Creed from] Harry Purcel's Service in B mi. f. 14
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. Symphonia [in D. For strings and] basso continuo. [Unfinished.] f. 14v
MS Euing R.d.39 - Remember David's troubles Lord
The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. Psalm tune [in D minor.] Remember David's troubles Lord. [For 6 voices.] f. 15v
MS Euing R.d.39 - O Lord God of my salvation
The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. O Lord God of my salvation. [Anthem by] Dr. John Blow for 8 voices. April 15th 1689. f. 16
MS Euing R.d.39 - O God wherefore art thou absent
The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. O God wherefore art thou absent. [Anthem by] Dr. Blow, for 5 voices. f. 19v
MS Euing R.d.39 - Why is thy wrath so hot
The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. Verses for 3 voices [and] choruses for 5 voices. Why is thy wrath so hot. [By] Dr. Blow. 21v
MS Euing R.d.39 - Alass... you strive... to heal
The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. A song of Mr. Weldon's which won the prize when he was organist of New Coll. Oxon. [1694-1701. …
MS Euing R.d.39 - The senseless disputes
The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. A catch in six parts. The senseless disputes. Some say that Signior Bononchini. f. 29v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. A parish psalm tune for 7 voices. f. 30
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. Prelude of Mr. Luby's in imitation of a lute. [For harpsichord.] f. 30v
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. Saraband [in A minor. For harpsichord.] f. 31
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. The barbarous entertainment. Or the toothpick treat, of Mr. Dingley by a stingy knight. Set into a catch for four voices. …
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. Tom Brown's translation of Martial's epigram. Set to a catch for four voices to a through base by E.F. f. 32
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The Hon. Edward Finch. [Copy of music in his own handwriting.] c.1725. ... Jubilate [in G minor for 4 voices.] Composed December 6th 1723 by E.F. f. 32v
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Grammar for through-bass by the Honble and Revd Edward Finch. f. 1v
MS Euing R.d.39 - Not unto us O Lord
Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Not unto us O Lord. [Anthem for 4 voices.] f. 2
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. [Two items for 4 and 3 voices.] f. 2v
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. [Motet for 3 voices with figured bass.] Crucifixus. [By] Carissimi. f. 6
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. The true notion of harmony. Or G. Keller's Grammar teaching: How to play a through base on the harpsicord, and how to compose. …
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Some of Harry Purcel's rules for composition. f. 30v
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Mr. Allen's way of tuning a harpsichord. f. 32
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Harris the organ maker's way of tuning his organs. By imperfect 5ths and the true octaves. f. 33
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Mr. Handle's manner of fingering in running swift division. f. 33
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Rules for triple fuguing. f. 33v
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Several examples of the manner of taking discords elegantly. f. 34v
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. General rules for fingering Signr. Baptist's way. p. 35v
MS Euing R.d.39 - Not unto us O Lord
Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. [Continuation of R.d.39, Item No. 2/2.] Not unto us O Lord. f. 36
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Godfrey Keller. [Treatises.] c.1725. Mr. Quarles's way of fingering in gamut natural. f. 37v
MS Euing R.d.40
Giovanni Maria Bononcini. Musico prattico... [Identical with the printed copy of 1673, but without the Tavola of 3 pp.] Late 18th century
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John Fane [11th Earl of Westmorland] : Miscellaneous compositions... Early XIXth century.
MS Euing R.d.41 - Chant the requiem
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Glee for soprano, alto, tenor and basso. …
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John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Sinfonia [in D] di [Lord] B[urghersh]. Full score. f. 11
MS Euing R.d.41 - Se l'idol che adoro
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Se l'idol che adoro. Arietta composta da S. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Del pari inseconda
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Del pari inseconda. Canzonetta. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Come pray with me
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Come pray with me. [By] Ld. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Pietosa al mia amore
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Pietosa al mia amore. Cavatina …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Gia la luna dal monte s'estolle
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Gia la luna dal monte s'estolle. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Se un cuore annodi
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Se un cuore annodi. Canone …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Grazie ti rendo
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Grazie ti rendo. Canone …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Oh! but to see that head recline
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Oh! but to see that head recline. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Ah! rammenta o' bella Irene
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Ah! rammenta o' bella Irene. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Ah! rammenta o' bella Irene
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. [The same as R.d.41, Item No. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Tiranno amore
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Canone. Tiranno amore. [For 3 voices and piano-forte.] f. 81
MS Euing R.d.41 - When I crossed the ocean
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Romance. When I crossed the ocean. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Come pray with me
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Amore soave. Cavatina con …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Come pray with me
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. [The same as R.d.41, Item No. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Colpita da fulmine
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Terzettino [from the opera] Fedra. …
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John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Scena e duetto di Plutona e Proserpina. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Per voi m'allettail fonte
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Aria di Proserpina. Per voi m'allettail fonte. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Pollacca
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Di questo dolce istante. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Sciolga pietoso amore, dal piede
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Sciolga pietoso amore, dal piede. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Si non ti moro allato
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Si non ti moro allato. Duetto [with orchestra.] f. 158
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John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Quartetto buffo. Ridiamo cantiamo. …
MS Euing R.d.41 - Priscilla
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Valzer. No. 1. Priscilla. [For orchestra.] Full score. f. 189
MS Euing R.d.41 - Marie
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Valzer. No. 2. Marie. [For orchestra.] Full score. f. 194
MS Euing R.d.41 - Rose
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Waltz. Rose. [For orchestra.] Full score. f. 200
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John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. Quadriglia. [For orchestra.] Full score. Autograph? f. 208
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John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. [Waltz for orchestra.] Score. Autograph? f. 214
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John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. [Waltz for orchestra.] Score. Autograph? f. 218
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John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. [A 6/8 movement for orchestra.] Score. Autograph? f. 220
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John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. [Waltz for orchestra.] Score. Autograph? f. 226
MS Euing R.d.41 - Louise
John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland (later Lord Burghersh). [Composition] from the Library of the Society of British Musicians. 1810-25. [Waltz for orchestra.] Louise. Score. Autograph? f. 232
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Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari : Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci. c.1800.
MS Euing R.d.42 - Piange... il ruscello
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - L'idolo mio si dolce
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Vago usignol
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Guerra vuņ farmi
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Lungi dalla mia bella
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Non ti s'degnar
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Gioite pur
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Al bosco, al prato
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Il sogno mi parea
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
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Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Piango sospiro
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Nel bel volto di Clori
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Riso dell' idol mio
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Al vago, vago laccio
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Lasso adoro una fera
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
MS Euing R.d.42 - Zeffiretto gentile
Giovanni Carlo Maria Clari. Duetti e terzetti a diverse voci del Sig. Gio. Carlo Maria Clari. [Inscribed by Charles Wesley.] C. Wesley. The gift of Mrs. Luther. …
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Xerox copy of Euing Lute Book.
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[The words of well known madrigals, glees, songs, etc. from published and unpublished works, probably in the handwriting of Richard Clark.] 1811.
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J. W. Cummyng : A panigyrick upon musick, &c... XVIIth century.
MS Euing R.d.44 (superscript 2)
J.W. Cummyng. Philarates Philomusus. A panegyrick upon musick. J.W. Cummyng. Philaretes Philomusus. p. 1. 17th century
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J.W. Cummyng. Philarates Philomusus. The character of a compleat musician. By a person of honour. p. 25. [Cf. Renatus Des Cartes. Excellent compendium of Musick, 1653.] 17th century
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J.W. Cummyng. Philarates Philomusus. Ane hymne on divine musick. p. 27. 17th century
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J.W. Cummyng. Philarates Philomusus. Another divine hymn. p. 28. 17th century
MS Euing R.d.44 (superscript 2)
J.W. Cummyng. Philarates Philomusus. [Hymn.] A musick song in time & tune. p. 28. 17th century
MS Euing R.d.44 (superscript 2)
J.W. Cummyng. Philarates Philomusus. A song in praise of musick. [With a bass.] p. 29. 17th century
MS Euing R.d.44 (superscript 2)
J.W. Cummyng. Philarates Philomusus. The same song by a new and more compendius methode. [Set for treble and bass.] p. 30. 17th century
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis... 18th century paper.
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Mudolationes. Gloria patri [6 chants.] p. 1-3
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Ad aspersionem. Aspérges me. p. 3
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Ad aspersionem. Tempore Paschali. 'Vide aquam'. p. 5
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa in Dominicis per annum. p. 6
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. [Missa] In Dominicis adventus. p. 11
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. [Missa] in Festivitatibus, Beatae Mariae Virginis. p. 12
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa Portugalis. p. 44
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Missa Communis. p. 53
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Oratio pro Reges. Domini Salvum Fac [3 chants.]
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Ad Benedictionem SS. Sacramenti. Tantum ergo [5 chants.]
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Hymnus ad Benedictum. O Salutaris hostia. p. 61
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Infra Benedictionem SS. Sacramenti. 'O quam suavis'. p. 62
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Infra Benedictionem SS. Sacramenti. 'O sacrum convivium'. p. 62
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. In Nativitate... ad Purificatione. 'Ave verum corpus', 'Adeste fidelus'. p. 63
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. In Dominica resurrectionis. 'Victimae paschali'. p. 65
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Hymnis in Festus Penticostes. 'Veni Creator Spiritus', 'Veni Sancte Spiritus'. pp. 66, 68, 69
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. In Festo Corporis Christi. 'Lauda Sion Salvatorem'. p. 69
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Cantus diversi pro dominicis et festis. 18th century paper. Responsorium Sancti Antonii de Padua. 'Si quaeris miracula'. p. 74
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis. anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus ... Ad usum Thomae Sturzaker. 1760. Ae quo anima psallat. Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750.
MS Euing R.d.46 - At the sprinkling of Holy water
Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. At the sprinkling of Holy water. 'Asperges me'. p. 1
MS Euing R.d.46 - On the doubles of the 1st rank
Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. On the doubles of the 1st rank. [Missa communis.] p. 5
MS Euing R.d.46 - On the doubles of the second rank
Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. On the doubles of the second rank. p. 24
MS Euing R.d.46 - On greater solemnities
Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. On greater solemnities. Missa Brevis. [Missa Gallicum.] p. 32
MS Euing R.d.46 - On greater solemnities
Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. On greater solemnities. Missa Hyspanica. p. 47
MS Euing R.d.46 - On greater doubles
Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. On greater doubles. Missa Angelica. p. 63
MS Euing R.d.46 - On feasts of the B.V. Mary
Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. On Feasts of the B.V. Mary. …
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. A new mass on solemnities. Missa Duacina. p. 87
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. A Mass for Sundays except Advent & Lent. …
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. A Mass on Sundays in Advent and Lent. …
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. A new Mass on solemnities. [Unfinished.] p. 131
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. Missa Portugalis. p. 147
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. Missa Italica. p. 158
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. Missa Sanctae Caecilia. p. 173
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. Ad Aspersionem Aquae benedictae. …
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. Pro Rege in Solemnitatibus. 'Domine salvum' [6 chants.] p. 183
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. Ad Benedictionem. Tantum ergo [6 chants.] pp. 188-199
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Cantus diversi pro festis & dncis anni Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Stus, Agnus... [Illuminated capitals.] Scriptus a Johanne Smith, 1750. Infra Benedictionem. O salutaris hosteu, p. …
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A book of songs. c.1700. For the unparalleled Nigrocella.
MS Euing R.d.47 - Music's the cordial of a troubled breast
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. Music's the cordial of a troubled breast. [By] Blow. [1700. Song with a bass.] f. iv
MS Euing R.d.47 - What charms can music not impart
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. What charms can music not impart. [Song with a bass.] f. 5
MS Euing R.d.47 - In Caesar all... the joint perfections
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. In Caesar all... the joint perfections meet. Song 'Blow me Ye sons of Phoebus' with bass.] f. 6v
MS Euing R.d.47 - Arms... he delights in arms
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. Arms... he delights in arms. [By John Blow. 1700. Song with a bass.] f. 10
MS Euing R.d.47 - Rise mighty monarch
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. Rise mighty monarch. [Song with a bass, by John Blow. 1700.] f. 12
MS Euing R.d.47 - Whilst Caesar like the morning star
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. Whilst Caesar like the morning star. [Song with a bass.] f. 14v
MS Euing R.d.47 - Till then make bright
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. 'Till then make bright. [Song with a bass. By] Dr. Blow. f. 18v
MS Euing R.d.47 - In the Queen's birthday song perform'd
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. In the Queen's birthday song perform'd. Ap. 30. 1689. [For 2 voices, by H. Purcell.] f. 20v
MS Euing R.d.47 - Feirce armies led by furious zeal
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. Feirce armies led by furious zeal. [For 3 voices, with a bass.] f. 22v
MS Euing R.d.47 - Alexis! dear Alexis!
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. [An unfinished passage for a bass.] f. 29. Alexis! dear Alexis! [Song with a bass, by] Dr. Blow. 1684. f. 29v
MS Euing R.d.47 - When absent from my fair Corinna
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. When absent from my fair Corinna. [Song with a bass, by] Mr. James Hart. f. 33
MS Euing R.d.47 - Happy as man in his first innocence
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. Happy as man in his first innocence. [Song with a bass, by] J. H[art]. f. 35
MS Euing R.d.47 - By heavn's Ile tell her boldly
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. By heavn's Ile tell her boldly. [Song with a bass, by Pietro Reggio. 1680.] f. 37v
MS Euing R.d.47 - This poet sings the Trojan war
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. This poet sings the Trojan war. [Song by Purcell, with a bass.] f. 40v
MS Euing R.d.47 - Mecaenas atavis editi regibus
Song for the unparalleld Nigrocella. [With bookplate of Wm. Gostling, 1696-1777.] c.1700. Mecaenas atavis edite regibus. [For 4 voices.] f. 44v
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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 - Success to Great Britain
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Success to Great Britain. [Jigg tune.] f. 3v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Minuet by Giordani. f. 4
MS Euing R.d.48 - 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
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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 - 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 - 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 - 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
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Devonshire minuett. f. 7
MS Euing R.d.48 - 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
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Vocal exercises.] f. 8
MS Euing R.d.48 - Musicus errans
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Musicus errans. [The music for pianoforte, is upside down.] f. 8v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Dancing dogs
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Dancing dogs. [Melody only.] f. 8v
MS Euing R.d.48 - 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
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Tunbridge minuett. [Melody only.] f. 9v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air. By Agus. f. 9v
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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
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air. By Handel. f. 10v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. King of Sweden's march. [Melody only.] f. 10v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air. By Blanc. f. 11
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Air in D.] f. 11
MS Euing R.d.48 - 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 - 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 - Anna
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Anna. f. 12
MS Euing R.d.48 - The dusky night
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. The dusky night. f. 12
MS Euing R.d.48 - He's aye kissing me
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. He's aye kissing me. [Scots air.] f. 12v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Down the birn Davy
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Down the birn Davy. [Scots air.] f. 12v
MS Euing R.d.48 - 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 - 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 - Saw you my father
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Saw you my father. [Scots air.] f. 13v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Slingsby's allemand
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Slingsby's allemand. f. 14
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Air de Julie. f. 14
MS Euing R.d.48 - Gramachree Molly
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Gramachree Molly. f. 14v
MS Euing R.d.48 - 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 - Lango Lee
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Lango Lee. [Jigg tune.] f. 15
MS Euing R.d.48 - 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 - 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 - Econemos tes poleos
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Econemos tes poleos. [For harpsichord.] f. 16v
MS Euing R.d.48 - The canaries dance
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. The canaries dance. f. 17
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 17v
MS Euing R.d.48 - Those eyes
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Those eyes. [Song with a bass.] f. 18
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 18v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 19
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Ancient melody. f. 19v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Musica meus amor. f. 19v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 20
MS Euing R.d.48 - Why will Florella
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Why will Florella. [With a bass.] f. 20
MS Euing R.d.48 - O Jesu Rex
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. O Jesu Rex. [With a bass.] f. 20v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 21
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. A new drollery. [For 3 voices.] f. 21v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] f. 22
MS Euing R.d.48 - The delights of the bottle
John Stafford Smith. c.1810. The delights of the bottle. [From] Psyche... by Matt. Lock. f. 23v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Lilk, by Mr. Lock in Psyche [The Tempest. With a bass.] f. 24
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. Scots or Irish chant. Quadriple chant. [With a bass.] f. 24v
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Musical scraps.] ff. 25-27
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John Stafford Smith. c.1810. [Extracts from Quintilianus (Aristides).] f. 27v
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A collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, &c... c.1780.
MS Euing R.d.49 - Hast[e] thee O Lord
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... Hast[e] thee O Lord... by Mr. Thos. Ford. A 3 voice. p. 1,5
MS Euing R.d.49 - Non nobis Domine
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Non nobis Domine. p. 1
MS Euing R.d.49 - Lord judge my cause
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Lord judge my cause. [3 voices. By Henry Lawes.] p. 1
MS Euing R.d.49 - Bless them that curse you...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... Bless them that curse you... by Mr. John Hilton. A 3 voice. p. 2
MS Euing R.d.49 - Jerusalem, O that thou hadst known
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Jerusalem, O that thou hadst known. [Canon.] p. 2
MS Euing R.d.49 - I my love loves
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] I my love loves. [Canon.] p. 2
MS Euing R.d.49 - Thus saith the preacher...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... Thus saith the preacher... by Mr. Nelham. A 3 voice. p. 2
MS Euing R.d.49 - To thee 'twas given to live
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] To thee 'twas given to live. [Canon.] p. 3
MS Euing R.d.49 - She weepeth sore...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... She weepeth sore...by Mr. Will Laws. A 4 voice. p. 3
MS Euing R.d.49 - Praise the Lord O ye scroants
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... Wm. Ellis, a 3 voice. Praise the Lord O ye scroants. p. 3
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[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Gloria Patri. [A 4 voices.] p. 4
MS Euing R.d.49 - Halelujah...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... Halelujah... a 3 voc. by Jo. Hilton. p. 5
MS Euing R.d.49 - O that my head were waters
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] O that my head were waters. [Canon by T. Holmes.] p. 6
MS Euing R.d.49 - I am weary of my groaning...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... I am weary of my groaning... a 3 voice. [By E. Nelham.] p. 6
MS Euing R.d.49 - O Lord Almighty...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... O Lord Almighty... a 3 voice by J. Hilton. p. 6
MS Euing R.d.49 - In te Domini
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon by Mr. Bird a [3] voice. In te Domini. p. 7
MS Euing R.d.49 - O Absolom... my son
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] O Absolom... my son. [Canon, a 3 voices, by Henry Lawes.] p. 7
MS Euing R.d.49 - I wept and chast'nd myself...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] I wept and chast'nd myself... a 3 voc. by Hen. Lawes. p. 7
MS Euing R.d.49 - O Lord rebuke me not
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Anthem. O Lord rebuke me not. [With a bass by Weldon.] p. 8
MS Euing R.d.49 - I will sing unto the Lord
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Anthem.] I will sing unto the Lord. [A 2 voices with a bass by W. Croft.] p. 12
MS Euing R.d.49 - Gloria in excelsis Deo...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... Gloria in excelsis Deo... a 3 voc. by Will. Lawes. p. 25
MS Euing R.d.49 - I am so weary...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... I am so weary... 3 voc. Thos. Ford. p. 25
MS Euing R.d.49 - O Lord I lift my heart...
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A canon... O Lord I lift my heart... 3 voc. Thos. Ford. p. 25
MS Euing R.d.49 - I am the resurection
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] The resurection hymn. I am the resurection. [For 2 voices.] p. 26
MS Euing R.d.49 - Miserere mei Palestrini
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Miserere mei Palestrini. [Vocal bass part.] p. 28
MS Euing R.d.49 - Praise... ye the Lord ye servants
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Anthem. Praise... ye the Lord ye servants. [For 2 voices with a bass. By Tho. Clark.] p. 30
MS Euing R.d.49 - Let ambition fire thy mind
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Let ambition fire thy mind. [For 4 voices with figured bass. By Weldon. From The judgment of Paris.] p. 32
MS Euing R.d.49 - To fleeting pleasures
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] To fleeting pleasures. [Song. Unaccompanied. By Handel in Samson.] p. 35
MS Euing R.d.49 - And in each tract of glory
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] A two part song. And in each tract of glory. [By Purcell.] p. 36
MS Euing R.d.49 - O the pleasure of the plains
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus. Acis and Galatea [by Handel.] O the pleasure of the plains. [Vocal bass part.] p. 38
MS Euing R.d.49 - Son core contento
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus in Admeto [by Handel.] Son core contento. [Se un core č contento. Vocal bass part.] p. 40
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[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Cantatibus. [Vocal bass part.] p. 42
MS Euing R.d.49 - Illumina cor nostrum
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Illumina cor nostrum. [Vocal bass part.] p. 43
MS Euing R.d.49 - Bachus blessings
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus... Bachus blessings. [In Handel's Alexander's Feast. Vocal bass part.] p. 44
MS Euing R.d.49 - Bacchus ever fair and young
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Song in Alex[ander's] feast. Bacchus ever fair and young. [By Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 46
MS Euing R.d.49 - Revenge... Timotheus cries
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Song in Alexander's feast by Handel.] Revenge... Timotheus cries. [Vocal bass part.] p. 48
MS Euing R.d.49 - Behold a ghastly band
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Song in Alexander's feast by Handel.] Behold a ghastly band. [Vocal bass part. …
MS Euing R.d.49 - O Jesu mi
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Motet.] O Jesu mi. [Vocal bass part.] p. 51
MS Euing R.d.49 - Galetea dry thy tears
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus in Acis and Galetea [by Handel.] Galetea dry thy tears. [Vocal bass part.] p. 54
MS Euing R.d.49 - We have heard with our ears
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Anthem, adapted from] Palestrina. We have heard with our ears. [Vocal bass part.] p. 54
MS Euing R.d.49 - Laudate Dominum, omnes gentes
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Motet.] Laudate Dominum, omnes gentes. [Vocal bass part.] p. 56
MS Euing R.d.49
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Magnificat for 3 voices. [Vocal bass part.] p. 59
MS Euing R.d.49 - Happy pair
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus to song. Happy pair. [In Alexander's Feast by Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 60
MS Euing R.d.49 - Jehovah to my word jive ear
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Jehovah to my word jive ear. [Vocal bass part.] p. 62
MS Euing R.d.49
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Laudate Dominum, omnes gentes. 2 voices. [Bass part.] p. 63
MS Euing R.d.49 - O God thou has cast us out
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Anthem.] O God thou has cast us out. [Vocal bass part.] p. 64
MS Euing R.d.49 - Torture, fury rage
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Song, in Acis and Galatea [by Handel.] Torture, fury rage. [Vocal bass part.] p. 66
MS Euing R.d.49 - Si Nella
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Song.] Si Nella. [Vocal bass part.] p. 68
MS Euing R.d.49 - Return O God of hosts
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Song in Samson by Handel.] Return O God of hosts. [Vocal treble part.] p. 70
MS Euing R.d.49 - Ye sons of Israel
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Song, in Samson by Handel.] Ye sons of Israel. [Vocal treble part.] p. 72 (cf. R.d.49, Item No. 71.)
MS Euing R.d.49 - Happy we
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Acis and Galatea. Chorus, Happy we, by Handel. [Vocal bass part.] p. 73
MS Euing R.d.49 - I rage, I melt, I burn
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Song.] I rage, I melt, I burn. [In Acis and Galatea. Vocal bass part.] p. 74
MS Euing R.d.49 - O rudier than the cherry
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Song.] O rudier than the cherry. [In Acis and Galatea. Vocal bass part.] p. 74
MS Euing R.d.49 - Whether [sic] fairest
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Recit.] Whether [sic] fairest. [In Acis and Galatea. Vocal bass part.] p. 76
MS Euing R.d.49 - Mourn all ye muses
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Chorus.] Mourn all ye muses. [In Acis and Galatea. ocal bass part.] p. 77
MS Euing R.d.49 - Cease to beauty
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Song.] Cease to beauty. [In Acis and Galatea. Vocal bass part.] p. 78
MS Euing R.d.49 - The list'ning crowd
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus. The list'ning crowd. Alexander's feast by Handel. [Vocal bass part.] p. 80
MS Euing R.d.49 - The many rend
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus. The many rend. [Alexander's feast, by Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 81
MS Euing R.d.49 - Break his bands
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus. Break his bands. [Alexander's feast, by Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 82
MS Euing R.d.49 - The princes applaud
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus. The princes applaud. [Alexander's feast, by Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 83
MS Euing R.d.49 - At last divine Cecilia came
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Chorus. At last divine Cecilia came. [Alexander's feast, by Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 84
MS Euing R.d.49 - Let old Timotheus
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Recit.] and chorus. Let old Timotheus. [Alexander's feast. Vocal bass part.] p. 85
MS Euing R.d.49 - A sesum et sesum
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] From an ancient manuscript. A sesum et sesum. a 4. [Vocal bass part.] p. 86
MS Euing R.d.49 - Thus saith the Lord
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Recit.] Thus saith the Lord, [and aria] But who may abide. [The Messiah, by Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 88
MS Euing R.d.49 - Wretched lovers fate
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Chorus.] Wretched lovers fate. [Acis and Galatea, by Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 90
MS Euing R.d.49 - Cease... Galatea
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Chorus.] Cease... Galatea. [Acis and Galatea, by Handel. Vocal bass part.] p. 91
MS Euing R.d.49 - Mirth admit me
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Mirth admit me [L'Allegro (Bar part).] p. 93
MS Euing R.d.49 - Total eclipse!
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Air.] Total eclipse! [Samson by Handel. With a bass.] p. 95
MS Euing R.d.49 - The good we wish for
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Recit. The good we wish for. [Samson by Handel. With a bass.] p. 97
MS Euing R.d.49 - Your charms to ruin
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Air.] Your charms to ruin. [Samson by Handel. With a bass.] p. 99
MS Euing R.d.49 - What noise of joy
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] Recit. What noise of joy. [Samson by Handel. With a bass.] p. 102
MS Euing R.d.49 - How willing my paternal love
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Air.] How willing my paternal love. [Samson by Handel. With a bass.] p. 104
MS Euing R.d.49 - O lastly over strong
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] O lastly over strong: [recit. Samson by Handel. With a bass.] p. 107
MS Euing R.d.49 - Ye sons of Israel
[Part of a collection of canons, anthems, choruses, songs, etc. c.1780. Bought 28-8-1842.] [Air.] Ye sons of Israel. [Samson by Handel. With a bass. Incomplete.] p. 107 (cf. R.d.49, Item No. 49.)
MS Euing R.d.50 - Death! thou wert once a hideous sight
William Crotch. Serious glee. Death! thou wert once a hideous sight. [For 5 voices.] Composed for the British Concerts... 1828. SSATB
MS Euing R.d.51
[Latin treatise on music in 15 chapters, based chiefly on Kircher's Musurgia universalis, 1650.] Copied c.1700.
MS Euing R.d.52
A collection of canvas, motets, and catches, in three different handwritings. c.1750?.
MS Euing R.d.52 - O Absolam [sic] my son
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. O Absolam [sic] my son. [Canon by King.] f. 1
MS Euing R.d.52 - Non nobis, Domine
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Non nobis, Domine. [Canon]... by Mr. Bird. f. 1v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Jerusalem, O that thou
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Jerusalem, O that thou. 3 parts. [Canon by Kent?] f. 2v
MS Euing R.d.52 - To thee 'tis given
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. To thee 'tis given. 3 voices. [Canon.] f. 3
MS Euing R.d.52 - In te, Domine, speravi
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. In te, Domine, speravi. 4 parts. [Canon by Byrd.] f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Hey down! behold and see
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Hey down! behold and see. Canon in the 5th and 9th. [By Tallis.] f. 4
MS Euing R.d.52 - I will sing a song unto thee
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. I will sing a song unto thee. [Canon.] 3 in one. f. 4v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Come, honest friends
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Come, honest friends. [Catch by] Mr. Simon Ives. f. 5v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Come follow me merrily
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Come follow me merrily. [Catch by] Mr. Nelham. f. 6v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Here lies a woman
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Here lies a woman. 3 voices. [Catch by] Mr. Hilton. f. 7
MS Euing R.d.52 - Come hither, Tom
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Come hither, Tom. 3 voices. [Catch by]... Mr. Cranford. f. 8v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Here dwells a pretty maid
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Here dwells a pretty maid. [Catch by Cranford.] f. 9
MS Euing R.d.52 - Jack, thou'rt a toper
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Jack, thou'rt a toper. [Catch by] Purcel. f. 9v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Would you know how we meet
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Would you know how we meet. [Catch by Purcell.] f. 10v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Hark! the bonny Christ Church bells
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Hark! the bonny Christ Church bells. [Catch by Aldrich.] f. 11v
MS Euing R.d.52 - In te, Domine, speravi
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. In te, Domine, speravi. [Canon.] f. 12
MS Euing R.d.52 - Hey down! behold and see
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Cannon in the 5th and 9th. Hey down! behold and see. Tho. Tallis. [3 voices.] f. 12v
MS Euing R.d.52 - Under this stone lies Gabriel John
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Under this stone lies Gabriel John. [Catch by Purcell.] f. 13v
MS Euing R.d.52
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Motett by Domenico Phinot. [See Liber primus mutetarum Quinque vocum, Venetiis, 1552. …
MS Euing R.d.52
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. [Vocal trio.] From... Zarlino's L'Istitutione, terza parte, folio 299. …
MS Euing R.d.52
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Dialogue catch between 2 doc[tors] and their patients. 4 pts. in 2. f. 17
MS Euing R.d.52 - Mark how these knavish rests
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. Catch a 3 voc. Mark how these knavish rests. Mr. Cranford. f. 17
MS Euing R.d.52 - Tom Bouls
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. A 3 voc. Tom Bouls. Mr. Jno Hilton. f. 17v
MS Euing R.d.52 - A northern catch
[Part of a collection of canons, motets, and catches. Collection in three different handwritings.] c.1750. A 3 voc. A northern catch. Mr. Jno. Hilton. [Incomplete.] f. 17v
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.
MS Euing R.d.53
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 …
MS Euing R.d.53
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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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
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
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 - 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 - 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
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
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.54
Cymbals music and accompanied songs. c.1730.
MS Euing R.d.54 - Vo' far guerra
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. c.1730. Symphonia. Vo' far guerra.
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. A marche
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. A hornepipe. f. 16
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. A minuett [by J. Welldon.] f. 16v
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Almand. f. 17v
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Jigg. f. 18v
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. An ayre. Dr. Pespuesh, [Pepusch.] f. 19v
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. An ayre. f. 20v
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Jigg. f. 21
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Tocato. f. 21v
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Prelude. f. 23v
MS Euing R.d.54 - Hast Celia hast
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. [Song.] Hast Celia hast. [With accompaniment for violin and bass. …
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Prelude in C faut... Mr. H. Purcell. f. 30
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Almand in C faut. [Purcell.] f. 32
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Saraband [in F.] [Blow.] f. 34
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Preludium [in G minor.] f. 35v
MS Euing R.d.54
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. A ground [in G.] Mr. Handell. f. 37
MS Euing R.d.54 - Un atto di [vilta]
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Un atto di [vilta], in the opera of Almahide. f. 38v
MS Euing R.d.54 - Se credi chio
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Se credi chio, [in the opera] Hydaspes. [By Mancini.] f. 40
MS Euing R.d.54 - Ritorna gia [nel viso]
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Ritorna gia [nel viso, in the opera] Hydaspes. [By Mancini.] f. 41v
MS Euing R.d.54 - Bianca man
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Bianca man [in the opera] Hydaspes. [By Mancini.] f. 43
MS Euing R.d.54 - Alvariar
[Cymbalo music and accompanied song. Anonymous transcript, formerly attributed to John Reading.] c.1730. Alvariar [in the opera] Almahyde. f. 45
MS Euing R.d.55
Jacques Philippe Dreux : Fanfares pour les chalumeux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois ... Livre second. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 3. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Allarme. f. 3v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Maques Philippe Dreux. Gigue. f. 4. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Coucou. f. 4v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Marche. f. 5. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55 - La retraite
Jaques Philippe Dreux. La retraite. f. 5v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Marche. f. 5v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Sarabande. f. 6. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Bourée. f. 6. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Coucou. f. 6v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Gigue. f. 6v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 7. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Bourée. f. 7v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Gigue. f. 7v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 8. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 8v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Marche. f. 9. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 9v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 9v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Fanfare. f. 10. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Minuet. f. 10v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 11. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55 - La chase
Jaques Philippe Dreux. La chase. f. 11v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air de trompette. f. 12. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 12v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 12v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 13. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 13v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Rondeau. f. 13v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Marche. f. 14. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55 - La chase
Jaques Philippe Dreux. La chase. f. 14v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Allemande. f. 14v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 15v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 15v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Fanfare. f. 16. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Marche. f. 16v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Rigaudon. f. 16v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Second rigaudon. f. 17. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Menuet. f. 17v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55
Jaques Philippe Dreux. Marche. f. 17v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Menuet. f. 18. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air. f. 18v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Gigue. f. 19. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Air de trompette. f. 19v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Gigue. f. 20. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Allegro primo. f. 20v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Menuet primo. f. 20v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Suitte. Preludio 1. f. 21. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Preludio 2. f. 21. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Menuet 3. f. 21v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Aria 4. f. 21v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Gavotta 5. f. 22. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Entrée 6. f. 22. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Giga 7. f. 22v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Menuet 8. f. 22v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Bourée 9. f. 23. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Suitte. Aria 10. f. 23. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Gaillarde 11. f. 23v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Allemanda 12. f. 24. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Corrente 13. f. 24v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Sarabanda 14. f. 24v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Giga 15. f. 25. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Menuet 16. f. 25v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Gavotta 17. f. 25v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Bourée 38. f. 26. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
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Jaques Philippe Dreux. Giga 39. f. 26v. [Fanfares pour les chalumeaux, les doubles flūtes et les trompettes; propres aussi ą jouer sur les flūtes, violons et haubois. …
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2)
A collection of airs. c.1835.
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - C'est l'amour
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. C'est l'amour. f. 1
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Oh dear! what can the matter be
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Oh dear! what can the matter be. f. 1v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Said a smile to a tear
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Said a smile to a tear. [? Bishop.] f. 3
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Sul margine d'un rio
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Sul margine d'un rio. [? Lord Burghersh.] f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Blue bells [sic] of Scotland
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Blue bells [sic] of Scotland. f. 4
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Hope told a flattering tale
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Hope told a flattering tale. f. 4v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - God save the King
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. God save the King. f. 5
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Home sweet home
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Home sweet home. [Bishop.] f. 5v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Robin Adair
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Robin Adair. f. 7
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Since then I'm doom'd
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Since then I'm doom'd. f. 7v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Oh no, we never mention her
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Oh no, we never mention her. f. 8
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Pray Goody
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Pray Goody. f. 8v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Merry Swiss boy
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Merry Swiss boy. f. 9
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - The Sicilian mariner's hymn
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. The Sicilian mariner's hymn. f. 9v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Isabelle
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Isabelle. f. 10
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Life let us cherish
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Life let us cherish. f. 10v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2)
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Air by Hayden. f. 11
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - Le petit tambour
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. Le petit tambour. f. 11v
MS Euing R.d.55 (superscript 2) - There was a haggis in Dumbar
[Part of a collection of airs.] c.1835. There was a haggis in Dumbar. f. 13
MS Euing R.d.58-61
John Playford : A collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3, and 4 voices, mostly in the handwriting of John Playford, many of the items being …
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Heer's a health unto his majestie
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Heer's a health unto his majestie. Mr. Saville. ff. i, 1. ii, 1. iii, 1. iv, 7
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Huc ad regem pastorum
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Huc ad regem pastorum. Playford. ff. i, iv. ii, 1v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Amidst the mirtles
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Amidst the mirtles. [H. Lawes.] ff. i, 1v. ii, 1v. iii, 1v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Victorious beautie
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Victorious beautie. Mr. Webb. ff. i, 2. ii, 2. iii, 2
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Silly heart forbeare
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Silly heart forbeare. [Lanier.] ff. i, 2. ii, 2. iii, 2
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Walking alone
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Walking alone. f. iv, 2
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - The glories of our birth
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. The glories of our birth. Mr. Ed. Colman. ff. i, 2v. ii, 4v. iii, 2v. iv, 7v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Now is the month of maying
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Now is the month of maying. Mr. Morley. ff. i, 3. iii, 8. iv, 2v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Come heer's to the Jack
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Come heer's to the Jack. J. Playford. ff. i, 3. iii, 8. iv, 2v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Once Venus' cheeks
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Once Venus' cheeks. Mr. Hen. Lawes. ff. i, 4. ii, 3. iii, 6. iv, 3
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Come Cloris hye we
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Come Cloris hye we. [H. Lawes.] ff. i, 4v. ii, 3v. iii, 6v. iv, 3
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - I wish no more
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. I wish no more. [W. Webb.] ff. i, 4v. ii, 3. iii, 6v. iv, 3v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Fine young folly
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Fine young folly. [W. Howes.] f. iv, 4
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Fear nott deare
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Fear nott deare. [H. Lawes.] f. iv, 4
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Phillis O Phillis
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. Phillis O Phillis. ff. i, 6. ii, 28v. iii, 24. iv, 28v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Gloria Patri et Fillio
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Gloria Patri et Fillio. Mr. Dering. ff. i, 6v. ii, 33. iii, 4v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Gloria tribulator Deo
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Gloria tribulator Deo. Tho. Brewer. ff. i, 7. ii, 32v. iii, 5. iv, 1
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Laudate Dominum omnes gentes
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Laudate Dominum omnes gentes. Mr. Mudd. ff. i, 7v. ii, 32. iii, 5v. iv, 29v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Non nobis Domine
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Non nobis Domine. [By Byrd.] ff. i, 7v. ii, 32. iii, 5v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - I saw faire Cloris
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. I saw faire Cloris. Mr. Blackwell. ff. i, 8. ii, 31v. iii, 17. iv, 29v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - John you'r my husband's man
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. John you'r my husband's man. ff. i, 9. iv, 34v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Tre mon, Tre mon
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. A catche. Tre mon, Tre mon. f. iv, 8v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Hey ho crumple the cow
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. A catche. Hey ho crumple the cow. f. iv, 8v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - When Troy towne
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. When Troy towne. Dr. Wilson. ff. i, 10. iii, 9
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - From the faire Lavinian shore
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. From the faire Lavinian shore. Dr. Wilson. ff. i, 10v. iii, 9v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Doe not feare
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Doe not feare. Dr. Wilson. ff. i, 12. ii, 14. iii, 11. iv, 10
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - In the merrey month of May
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. In the merrey month of May. Dr. Wilson. ff. i, 12v. ii, 14v. iii, 11v. iv, 10
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - In a season
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. In a season. Dr. Wilson. ff. i, 12v. ii, 21v. iii, 11v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Sio moro chi dira
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Sio moro chi dira. ff. i, 13. ii, 21. iii, 12. iv, 12
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Credo non poco
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. [A 3 voc.] Credo non poco. [G. Holmes.] ff. i, 13. ii, 21. iii, 12. iv, 12
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Poore Endimion
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Poore Endimion. Mr. Lupo. ff. i, 13v. ii, 22. iii, 12v. iv, 12
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Come young men
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Come young men. ff. i, 15. ii, 11. iii, 15
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - From hunger and cold
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. From hunger and cold. [J. Goodgroome.] ff. i, 15v. ii, 11v. iii, 39v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Gather your rose budds
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Gather your rose budds. Mr. Wm. Lawes. ff. i, 16. ii, 15. iii, 18. iv, 10v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Sing faire Clorinda
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Sing faire Clorinda. Mr. Henry Lawes. ff. i, 16v. ii, 15v. iii, 18v. iv, 10v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - O the black parliamt
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. [A 3 voc. O the black parliamt. Mr. Hen. Lawes.] ff. i, 17. ii, 16. iii, 19. iv, 10v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Smiths are good fellows
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Smiths are good fellows. Mr. John Cobb. ff. i, 17v. ii, 16v. iii, 19v. iv, 11
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Welcome to the grove
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Welcome to the grove. Mr. Caesar. ff. i, 18v. ii, 17v. iii, 20v. iv, 11v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Now wee are mett lett's merry be
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Now wee are mett lett's merry be. [Ives.] ff. i, 19. ii, 18. iii, 28v. iv, 18v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Musick, thou queen of souls
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Musick, thou queen of souls. Mr. Caeser. ff. i, 19v. ii, 18v. iii, 21v. iv, 19v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Come toss the dog
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Come toss the dog. [Mr. Peirce.] ff. i, 20. ii, 19. iii, 22. iv, 19
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - January. Come lett's begin
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. January. Come lett's begin. Mr. Tho. Pearce. ff. i, 20. ii, 19v. iii, 22v. iv, 19
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - February. Hayle February
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. [A 3 voc.] February. Hayle February. [Pearce.] ff. i, 20v. ii, 19v. iii, 22v. iv, 19
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Aprill. Come lett us sitt
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. [A 3 voc.] Aprill. Come lett us sitt. Pearce. ff. i, 21. ii, 20. iii, 23. iv, 18
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - The shades grow great
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. The shades grow great. ff. ii, 23. iv, 13
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - View Lisbia
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. View Lisbia. Hen. Lawes. ff. ii, 23v. iii, 13. iv, 13
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - July. See how July doth appeare
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. July. See how July doth appeare. Mr. Tho. …
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Collin says
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Collin says. J. P[layford.] ff. i, 22. iii, 35
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Behold how good
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Behold how good. Mr. Math. Locke. ff. i, 22v. ii, 26v. iii, 15v. iv, 8
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Praise our Lord
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Praise our Lord. Mr. Lock. ff. i, 23. ii, 27. iii, 16. iv, 8
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Still a new plot
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Still a new plot. [H. Lawes.] ff. i, 23v. iii, 34v. iv, 4v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Hence vaine affections
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Hence vaine affections. Mr. Dering. ff. i, 24. ii, 8. iii, 23. iv, 14
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Whilst fond desires
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Whilst fond desires. Mr. Dering. ff. i, 24v. ii, 8v. iii, 25v. iv, 14
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - When sad greefe
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. When sad greefe. Mr. Dering. ff. i, 25. ii, 9. iii, 26. iv, 14v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Tell me faire but unkind
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Tell me faire but unkind. Mr. Dering. ff. i, 25v. ii, 9v. iii, 26v. iv, 15
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Reprecauan [sic] las campillias
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Reprecauan [sic] las campillias. ff. i, 26. ii, 23v. iii, 27
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - In the nonage
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. In the nonage. [H. Lawes.] ff. ii, 24. iii, 13v. iv, 12v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Faire Cloris chants
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. Faire Cloris chants. Mr. G. Holmes. ff. i, 26v. iii, 33v. iv, 21v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Sweet musick
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Sweet musick. Mr. Tempest. ff. i, 27. ii, 29. iii, 27v. iv, 5, 15v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Cease thy affections
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. Cease thy affections. Mr. Dering. ff. i, 27v. ii, 29v. iii, 47v. iv, 34
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Sound me a tune
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Sound me a tune. i, 28. iii, 34. iv, 8v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - How happy'rt thou
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. How happy'rt thou. [H. Lawes.] ff. i, 29. …
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - In faith I cannot keepe my sheep
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. In faith I cannot keepe my sheep. [W. Webb.] ff. i, 29. iii, 13v. [B imperfect.]
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Goe Phebus goe
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. Goe Phebus goe. [Rich. Flecknoe.] ff. i, 29v. iii, 16v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Of all the birds
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. A catch. Of all the birds. [Ravenscroft.] ff. i, 30. ii, 25. iii, 27v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Wee be souldiers three
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. A catch. Wee be souldiers three. [Ravenscroft.] ff. i, 30v. ii, 24v. iii, 29
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - You meery poetts
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. You meery poetts. J. Playford. ff. i, 31. iii, 35v. iv, 28
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Bachus Jacchus
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. Bachus Jacchus. [H. Lawes.] ff. i, 31v. iii, 38. iv, 22
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - The thirsty earth
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. The thirsty earth. Capt. Silas Taylor. ff. i, 32. iii, 31v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - A chine of beefe
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. A chine of beefe. [E. Colman.] ff. i, 32v. ii, 7v. iii, 36. iv, 4v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - When fair Aurora
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. When fair Aurora. Mr. John Jenkins. ff. i, 33. iii, 30. iv, 17
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - See the bright light shine
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. See the bright light shine. Mr. John Jenkins. ff. i, 34. iii, 31. iv, 17v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Fly boys to the cellers bottom
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. A catch. Fly boys to the cellers bottom. Mr. …
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Man's life is but vaine
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. The anglers song. Man's life is but vaine. …
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Turne Amarillis
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Turne Amarillis. Thos. Brewer. ff. i, 35v. ii, 30. iii, 40. iv, 24
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Comly swaine
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Comly swaine. J.P. [J. Playford.] ff. i, 36. ii, 26. iii, 13
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Old poets Hipocrin admire
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. Old poets Hipocrin admire. Mr. Hen. Lawes. ff. i, 36v. iii, 36v. iv, 22
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Bring back my comfort
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. Bring back my comfort. Mr. Ed. Colman. ff. i, 37. iii, 37. iv, 22v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Brightest since your pitying eye
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Brightest since your pitying eye. Mr. Goodgroome. ff. i, 37v. iii, 37v. iv, 22v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - I will not trust
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. I will not trust. [Savile.] ff. i, 38v. ii, 7. iii, 38v. iv, 23
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Dost see how unregarded
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. Dost see how unregarded. Mr. Goodgroome. ff. i, 38. iii, 38v. iv, 23
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Will Cloris cast
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Will Cloris cast. [J. Goodgroome.] ff. i, 38v. ii, 7. iii, 39. iv, 23
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - How happy art thou
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. How happy art thou. [H. Lawes.] ff. i, 39. …
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Con bel se gella [?sigillo]
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. Con bel se gella [?sigillo.] f. iv, 23v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - From hunger and cold
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. From hunger and cold. [See R.d.58-61, Item No. 34.]
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Bring out the cold chine
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. Bring out the cold chine. Dr. Wilson. ff. i, 40v. iii, 40v. iv, 25
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - The tinker. Hee that a tinker
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. The tinker. Hee that a tinker. Mr. Wm. Lawes. ff. i, 41v. iii, 41v. iv, 26
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Charon
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. A dialogue. Charon. Mr. Wm. Lawes. ff. i, 42v. iii, 42v. iv, 27v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Quench in sprightly wine
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. Quench in sprightly wine. J. P[layford.] ff. i, 43. iii, 33. iv, 21v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Ne'r trouble thyself
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Ne'r trouble thyself. Mr. Locke. ff. i, 43v. ii, 28. iii, 3
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - If love love truth
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. If love love truth. [Campion.] ff. i, 44. ii, 31. iii, 17v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Cupid has plac't us
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Cupid has plac't us. J. Playford. ff. i, 44v. ii, 5v. iii, 3v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Gloria Patri et fillio
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. Gloria Patri et fillio. Mr. Rogers. ff. i, 45. ii, 33v. iii, 46. iv, 30
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - In the merry month of May
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. In the merry month of May. Mr. Rogers. ff. i, 45v. ii, 38v. iii, 46v. iv, 30v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Bring quickly to me Homer's lyre
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Bring quickly to me Homer's lyre. Mr. Rogers. …
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Though I am young
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. Though I am young. J. P[layford.] ff. i, 46. ii, 35v. iii, 45. iv, 32
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Young and simple though I am
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. Young and simple though I am. [N. Lanier.] ff. i, 46. ii, 35v. iii, 45. iv, 32
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Come let us sitt
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. Come let us sitt. J. Playford. ff. i, 46v. ii, 20v, 36. iii, 45v. iv, 32v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Come lovely Cloris
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Come lovely Cloris. Mr. Wm. Lawes. ff. 1, 48v. ii, 11. iii, 43
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - In my sad thoughts
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. In my sad thoughts. [Hodimonto.] ff. i, 49. ii, 35. iii, 47. iv, 13v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Rise up my dear
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Rise up my dear. J. Playford. ff. 8, 49v. ii, 4. iii, 4. iv, 5
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Crown Tavern rant
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Crown Tavern rant. J. Playford. ff. i, 50. ii, 36v. iii, 48. iv, 7
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - The waites
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 4 voc. The waites. Mr. Savile. ff. i, 50. ii, 36v. iii, 48. iv, 30v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - What if we drinke
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 2 voc. What if we drinke. Mr. Tho. Tempest. ff. i, 50v. iii, 48v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - Come Damon have thy sadness
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. A 3 voc. Come Damon have thy sadness. ff. ii, 22v. iv, 12v
MS Euing R.d.58-61 - O my Clarissa
John Playford. [Part of a collection of glees, motets, rounds, catches, etc., for 2, 3 and 4 voices.] c.1660. O my Clarissa. [Trio by H. Lawes.] f. iv, 3v
MS Euing R.d.62
MSS &c. by John Stafford Smith of the Chapel Royal.
MS Euing R.d.62 - 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
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 - La paduana del re
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Balli. La paduana del re. f. 2v
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John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Peschatore. f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.62 - 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 - 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 - 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 - 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
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John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. A galyard. f. 5
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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 - 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 - 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 - The canaries
John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. The canaries, from Purcell's Dioclesian. f. 37
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John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. [Memoranda.] Chapel R[oyal], 1789. f. 41
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John Stafford Smith. [Item from note book of musical extracts.] c.1790. Chimes at Gloucester Cathedral. f. 42v
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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
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 …
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MSS Haydn, Callcott, King.
MS Euing R.d.64 - Te se mio ben
Franz Joseph Haydn. [Cantata a voce sola. Te seo mio ben. With pianoforte accompaniment.] c.1802.
MS Euing R.d.64 - These as they change
John Wall Callcott. These as they change. Mr. Hawes [the copyist or owner.] 1825. Score. [Cantata for voice and orchestra.] 1825.
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Matthew Peter King. [Songs for voice and pianoforte.] c.1810.
MS Euing R.d.65
Volume, in 20th-century library binding, containing:
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Stanislao Mattei. Fughe a quattro voce. [With organo accompaniment.] Amen. [Score.] c.1810.
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Giovanni Battista Pergolesi. Stabat mater a 2 voci. Due soprani, violini, viola, e basso. [Score.].
MS Euing R.d.65 - Gloria Patri
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Canon, four in one. Gloria Patri. Dr. John Blow. f. 1.
MS Euing R.d.65 - Beauty is a lovely sweet
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Madrigal. [3 voices.] Beauty is a lovely sweet. Thomas Bateson. f. 1v
MS Euing R.d.65 - Look down O Lord
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Canon in the unison. Look down O Lord, by Tho. Ford. f. 2
MS Euing R.d.65 - Un altra volta ancora
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Eco, a tre voci. Un altra volta ancora. Sigre. Bonifacio Asiola. f. 2v
MS Euing R.d.65 - Alzate il fiasco
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Catch. [3 voices.] Alzate il fiasco. From Borosini's Collection of cantici [c.1747.] f. 4
MS Euing R.d.65
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Madrigal [a cinque voci] di Luca Marenzio [1598.] Prouate la mia fiamma. f. 4v
MS Euing R.d.65 - Sing we now merily
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Round or catch for 11 voices. From [Ravenscroft's] Pammelia, 1609. Sing we now merily. f. 6
MS Euing R.d.65 - I cannot eate my mete
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Round, 4 parts in one, in [Ravenscroft's] Deutromelia. Mr. Weelkes, 1609. I cannot eate my mete. f. 6
MS Euing R.d.65 - White wine and sugar
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Round for 5 voices from [Ravenscroft's] Pammelia, 1609. White wine and sugar. f. 6
MS Euing R.d.65 - Prithee friend fill tother pipe
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Glee a 3 voci. [With a bass.] Prithee friend fill tother pipe. Baildon. f. 6v
MS Euing R.d.65 - Venite exultemus
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Canon, three in one. Venite exultemus. From Playford's Introduction to music, 1730. f. 9
MS Euing R.d.65 - Miserere mei
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Canon, five in one. Miserere mei. Joseph Warren, October 1833. f. 9
MS Euing R.d.65 - Gentle ladies. Ladies and beggars
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Gentle ladies. Ladies and beggars. f. 9v
MS Euing R.d.65 - Crudel deh non resistere
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Catch [for 3 voices.] Crudel deh non resistere. From Borosini's Collection of cantici [c.1747.] f. 13
MS Euing R.d.65 - Stand, give the word of command
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Glee [for 3 voices.] Stand, give the word of command [by Roger Hill.] f. 13
MS Euing R.d.65 - Bacchus to arms
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Glee [for 3 voices, with a bass.] Bacchus to arms. Worgan. f. 13v
MS Euing R.d.65 - These are the cries of London town
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Catch a 4 voci. These are the cries of London town. John Cobb, 1667. From Playford's Musical companion. f. 16
MS Euing R.d.65 - If you trust before you try
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Catch a 4 voci. Dr. Bemetzrieder. If you trust before you try. The 4th part added by J. Warren. f. 16
MS Euing R.d.65 - Be not sparing
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Catch [for 5 voices.] Be not sparing. Dr. Hayes. f. 16v
MS Euing R.d.65 - This chirping glass
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Catch [for 3 voices.] This chirping glass. [T. Holmes.] f. 17
MS Euing R.d.65 - In te Domine speravi
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Round [for 3 voices.] In te Domine speravi. From an old manuscript in collector's [Warren's] possession. f. 17
MS Euing R.d.65 - Sweet western wind
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Madrigal [for 4 voices.] Sweet western wind. Composed by Joseph Warren about 1833. f. 17v
MS Euing R.d.65 - Jerusalem
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Canon, 3 in one. Jerusalem. From an old manuscript in the collector's [Warren's] possession. f. 18v
MS Euing R.d.65 - Amen
[Part of a collection of canons, catches and glees. Copied by Joseph Warren.] c.1850. Canon in the 4th and 2nd. Amen. f. 18v
MS Euing R.d.65 - Olieto di O dolce istante
Antonio Maria Gasparo Sacchini. [Trio for voices, with a bass.] Olieto di O dolce istante. c.1840.
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MSS Asola, Smith, Gibbons, Burghersh.
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Giovanni Matteo Asola. Graduale. Christus factus est: a 4 vocum. 18th century. (Probably after 1800 - on wove paper.).
MS Euing R.d.66 - 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 - 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.66 - Sweet sylvan scenes
William Crotch. [Glee on leaving Heathfield Park. Sweet sylvan scenes. Composed for 4 voices by Wm. Crotch, Sepr. 1807. Arranged for 5 voices, Feby 7 1808. Autograph.].
MS Euing R.d.66 - Hail all the dear delights
William Crotch. [Glee for 4 voices. Hail all the dear delights. The composer's correction of the bars beginning - Yet the lov'd scenes. Autograph.] p. 6. 1807-c.1810.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Dixit Dominus Domino meo
Samuel Wesley. [Mottetto ą tres voci. Dixit Dominus Domino meo. S. Wesley. Decr. 25th 1806. Autograph.] 1806.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Reason ne'er in fetters bind
James Nares. [A glee compos'd for the Chapel feast. Reason ne'er in fetters bind. The words by Edwd. Mulso Esq. The music per J.N. For 3 voices and figured bass. In score. Autograph?] c.1780.
MS Euing R.d.66 - By the waters of Babylon
James Nares. [Cannon 3 in one. J. Nares. By the waters of Babylon. Autograph?] f. 7v. c.1780.
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Orlando Gibbons. Commandm[en]ts. f. 1. c.1800.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Sanctus
Sanctus in F. f. 1. c.1800.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Almighty and everlasting God
Anthem for 4 voices. Almighty and everlasting God. f. 1v. c.1800.
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Voluntary in C. f. 2v. c.1800.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Quelle piu me bianche
Quelle. [Quelle piu me bianche, for two voices with pianoforte. Arietta venegiana.] 19th century.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Come hither Tom
[Part of a collection of six catches for 3 voices.] c.1800. Come hither Tom. [Cranford, 1651.] f. 1.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Here Tom here's a health
[Part of a collection of six catches for 3 voices.] c.1800. Here Tom here's a health. f. 1.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Here lies a woman
[Part of a collection of six catches for 3 voices.] c.1800. Here lies a woman. [Hilton, 1652.] f. 2.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Fy! nay! prithee John Blow
[Part of a collection of six catches for 3 voices.] c.1800. Fy! nay! prithee. John Blow. 1685. f. 1v.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Joan said to John
[Part of a collection of six catches for 3 voices.] c.1800. Joan said to John. [Atterbury.] f. 2.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Wives and sweethearts
[Part of a collection of six catches for 3 voices.] c.1800. Wives and sweethearts. 'Tis said ventrous die-hards. f. 2v.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Pietosa al mio martire
John Fane (11th or 17th Earl of Westmorland. [Song with pianoforte. Pietosa al mio martire. Cavatina.] c.1840.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Gia la luna monte s'estolle
John Fane (11th or 17th Earl of Westmorland. [Song with pianoforte. Gia la luna monte s'estolle. Canzonetta.] f. 4. c.1840.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Vain man to think
[Unaccompanied song.] c.1750. Vain man to think. f. 32.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Advice to the ladies
[Unaccompanied song.] c.1750. Advice to the ladies. As the snow... f. 32v.
MS Euing R.d.66 - The free mistress
[Unaccompanied song.] c.1750. The free mistress. In spite of love... f. 33.
MS Euing R.d.66 - Oh what pangs
[Unaccompanied song.] c.1750. A new song by Mr. A. Bradley to a favourite air in the Beggars Opera. O what pangs.
MS Euing R.d.67 - In life's gay scenes
John Wall Callcott. [In life's gay scenes, for voice and orchestra. Wednesday, Jany. 25 1815. With dates of early performances. Full score. Autograph.] 1815.
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MS glees: Wesley, Burghersh, Boyce.
MS Euing R.d.68 - While ev'ry short-liv'd flow'r
Samuel Wesley. [Serious glee. 4 voices. While ev'ry short-liv'd flow'r. With pianoforte. Score. Autograph.] c.1822.
MS Euing R.d.68 - Chant we the Requiem
John Fane (11th or 17th Earl of Westmorland). Glee for soprano, alto, tenor and bass. [Chant we the Requiem.] With a canon for three tenos. Was it your voice? p. 5. c.1815.
MS Euing R.d.68 - Faint is my head
William Boyce. [Faint is my head. Words by the Rev. Charles Wesley. For 4 voices.] 18th century.
MS Euing R.d.69 - Fragrant the grove
Reginald Spofforth. [Fragrant the grove. For voice and orchestra. Full score. Autograph.] c.1810.
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MS glees: Ellerton (autograph).
MS Euing R.d.70 - How the hungry lion roars
John Lodge Ellerton. [How the hungry lion roars. The words from Shakespeare. For voice and orchestra. Full score. Autograph.] c.1840.
MS Euing R.d.70 - And we fairies that do run
John Lodge Ellerton. [And we fairies that do run. For voice and orchestra. Full score. Autograph.] c.1850.
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Christoph Willibald von Gluck. Aria. [Non vi turbate] nell opera dell' Olimpiada [Alceste], 1779. Revis'd An. Dom. '95. (By the Banti [Brigitta].) c.1795.
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Papers concerning the Glasgow Music Union. 1831-33.
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Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society. [Papers concerning the Glasgow Musical Union, later called the Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society.] 1831-33. Proposed Rules of the Glasgow Musical Union. Manuscript. f. 1
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Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society. [Papers concerning the Glasgow Musical Union, later called the Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society.] 1831-33. Proposed rules of The Glasgow Phillo Harmonic Society. …
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Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society. [Papers concerning the Glasgow Musical Union, later called the Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society.] 1831-33. Printed rules of the Glasgow …
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Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society. [Papers concerning the Glasgow Musical Union, later called the Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society.] 1831-33. Lithographed letter to members. 19th Feby 1831. f. 8
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Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society. [Papers concerning the Glasgow Musical Union, later called the Glasgow Philo-Harmonic Society.] 1831-33. Printed letter to members. 30th October 1833. f. 9
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Glasgow - Glasgow St. Cecilia Choral Society. [Sederunt book of the weekly rehearsals of the Glasgow St. Cecilia Choral Society, 16th May 1849 to 20th May 1867. …
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Anthems by Gates, Tucker, Greene, Humphrys and Croft. XVIIIth-XIXth Century..
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - The Lord is my light
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Full anthem. The Lord is my light. Psalm 17. [For 4 voices. By] Mr. Gates. [Incomplete.] f. 1
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - Rejoice in the Lord
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Anthem. Rejoice in the Lord. Psalm 33. [For 4 voices with a bass. By] Mr. Gates. f. 4
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - O be joyfull
Anthem. 18th-19th century. O be joyfull. Psalm 100. [For 6 voices with a bass. By] Mr. Gates. f. 10
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - I will give thanks
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Anthem. I will give thanks. Psalm 9th. [For 4 voices. By] Mr. Gates. f. 15v
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - I will lift up mine eyes
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Anthem. I will lift up mine eyes. Ps. 121. [For 4 voices. By] Mr. Gates. f. 19
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - I will magnify thee O God
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Anthem. I will magnify thee O God. Psalm 144. [For 4 voices. By] Mr. Tucker. f. 22v
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - Lord how long will thou be angry
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Anthem. Lord how long will thou be angry. [For 4 voices. By] Mr. Tucker. f. 25
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - Thou O God art praised
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Anthem. Thou O God art praised. [For] 2 voices. [By] Dr. Greene. f. 27v
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - Hear O heav'ns
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Anthem. 3 voc. Hear O heav'ns. [By] Mr. Humphry. f. 32
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - O Lord my God
Anthem. 18th-19th century. Anthem for 3 [4] voc. Psalm the 22. O Lord my God. [With figured bass. By Humphries.] f. 34
MS Euing R.d.77/1 - We wait for thy loving kindness
Anthem. 18th-19th century. [Anthem for 3 [4] voices. We wait for thy loving kindness. Beginning wanting. By W. Croft.] f. 38
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[Notes on the history of music in the handwriting of John Stafford Smith.] f. 39
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Giovanni Battista Pergolesi. [Cantata. Salve Regina. For soprano and strings. Score and 4 separate instrumental parts. 28 junii 1770.] 1770.
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William Euing : Attempts at musical composition. 1814-72
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Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [The gamut of six octaves.] 8th March 1814. f. 1
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Sure there's a spirit
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Song with pianoforte.] Sure there's a spirit. [Unfinished.] 28 August 1824. f. 2
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Come gentle Spring
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Song with pianoforte.] Come gentle Spring. [Unfinished.] 30 March 1830. f. 3
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Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-33. On progressions. 23 March 1833. f. 4
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Summer is flying
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Fragment of a song.] Summer is flying. 10-8-52. f. 5
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Summer is flying
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Song with pianoforte.] Summer is flying. 1853. [In the handwriting of T. Henderson.] f. 6
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Salvation to our God
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. 'Salvation to our God'. Hymn tune by W. Euing, harmonized by Jas. Davies. 13 April 1856. Words by Anna N. H. Young. f. 6v
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Flowers of the Summers day
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Song with pianoforte.] Flowers of the Summers day. 17-12-59. [Unfinished.] f. 7
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - To the nightingale
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Sonnet. To the nightingale. [By] William Drummond. [Set to] music by W.E. [Unfinished.] 9-2-60. f. 8
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Praise ye the Lord
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Hymn. Praise ye the Lord. [For 4 voices.] 8-12-61. f. 10
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Jesu mea caritate
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Old hymn. Jesu mea caritate. [Melody only.] 4-11-62. f. 11
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Soon shall we meet in light
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Hymn No. XI. Service of song. Soon shall we meet in light. [Melody only.] Dec. 1862. f. 11
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Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [A catch or round. Melody only.] 16-3-64. f. 12
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - The Lord's my shepherd
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Hymn.] The Lord's my shepherd. [Melody only.] Composed by W.E. while sitting with Mr. D. Edmonston in his parlour in Uya, Shetland. …
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Sweet place alone
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Hymn CIX of Roundel Palmer's Book of praise, 1862. Sweet place alone. [Melody only.] 11 Sept. 1864. f. 14
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - O for the robes of whiteness
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Hymn.] Aspiration. O for the robes of whiteness. Composed by W. Euing. 15 October 1864. [For 4 voices.] Harmonized by T. H[enderson.] 1871. f. 15
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Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Hymn.] Aspiration. Second 4 lines. W. Euing. 30-8-71. [Melody only.] f. 15v
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Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Euing. L.M. W. Maclean. Harmonized [for 4 voices] by T. Henderson. Dec. 1871. f. 16
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Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Example [of] transition to the tonic minor, and vice-versa... 13-1-1872. f. 17
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Hark! 'tis a message
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Hymn 35. Hark! 'tis a message. Aird & Coghills Coll. W. Euing. Harmonized [for 4 voices] by T. H[enderson.] 7-4-73. f. 18
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Summer is flying
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. [Song with pianoforte.] Summer is flying. [Unfinished.] f. 19
MS Euing R.d.77/3 - Summer is flying
Attempt at musical composition by W. Euing. 1824-73. Song. Summer is flying. W. Euing. Accompt. A. Verri. 1853. f. 21
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Motet. [Ave, gloriosa mater, accompanied by French words Duce creature Virgine Maria. For 3 voices: with possibly a fourth voice at the end. It is a facsimile of the British Museum MS. …
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Songs ; unaccompanied. c.1750.
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[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Punchinello. Trad's away. f. 1v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - The sweet rosie morning
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. The hunting song in Apollo and Daphne [1726]. The sweet rosie morning. f. 2v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - The dream
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. The dream. Beneath the shady willow... Mr. Handel. [From Acis and Galatea.] f. 3
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Fly me not
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Song in the opera Vespasian. Fly me not. [By A. Ariosti.] f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - The precious hours
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Marcella; set by Mr. Dieupart. The precious hours. f. 3v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Now the hungry lions roar
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. The fairies song. Now the hungry lions roar. f. 4
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - While the town agrees
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. A song in praise of Polly, set by Mr. Monroe. While the town agrees. f. 5
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Too lovely
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. A song in the opera Pyrrhus and Demetrius. [c.1710.] Too lovely. [By N.F. Haym.] f. 5v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Marriage. Of all the simple things
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Marriage. Of all the simple things. f. 6
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Spring renewing all things
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Spring renewing all things. [By W. Defesch.] f. 8
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - A slide or division
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. 3rds prov'd. A slide or division. [With examples.] f. 10
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Lost is my quiet
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Lost is my quiet, by Henry Purcel. f. 11v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Though my mistress be fair
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Though my mistress be fair, by Henry Purcel. I'le show by patient enduring. f. 12
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Bird of May
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Bird of May. [From Alcina.] By Mr. Handel. f. 13v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - But to hear the children mutter
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. [From] the burlesque opera The dragon of Wantley, by John Fredk Lampe. But to hear the children mutter. f. 13v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Had Neptune
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Had Neptune. [By W. Popely.] f. 14v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Welcome, Welcome
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. The debtors song. Welcome, Welcome. f. 14v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Bacchus must now
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Bacchus must now. [Bacchus defeated, by Philips and H. Carey.] f. 15
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - What care I
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. What care I. The contented farmer. H. Carey. f. 15v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Dear Collin prevent
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. Collin's complaint. [By J.F. Lampe.] Dear Collin prevent. f. 16
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Nonsensical folk
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. A nonsensical song, or the charms of nonsense. Set by Mr. Hemming. [Words by R. Savage.] Nonsensical folk. f. 17
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Stella, darling of the muses
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. [The charmer.] Stella, darling of the muses. [Words only.] f. 17v
MS Euing R.d.77/5 - Little syren of the stage
[Song, unaccompanied.] c.1750. To Seignora Cuzzoni. Words by Mr. Amb. Philipps. Musick by Mr. Holcomb. Little syren of the stage. f. 18
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Harpsichord and violin music. c.1780.
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780.[7 items for harpsichord.] ff. 1-3
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Cannone [for harpsichord.]
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Festin[g] solo [for harpsichord.] ff. 3v-4v
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Aria [for violin or flute. Festin[g]?] f. 4v
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Molly St. George. [For violin or flute. Second handwriting.] f. 4v
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Miss Gunnings minuet [for harpsichord.] f. 5
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Largo [for harpsichord.] f. 5v
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Nanny Dillon by C... [for violin or flute.] f. 6
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Sheen speeshigus souse lum [for violin or flute.] f. 6
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Scotch lamentation [for violin or flute.] f. 6
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. John Haye's bony lassie [for violin or flute.] ff. 6
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Tom Judge [for violin or flute.] f. 6v
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[Part of harpsichord and violin music, owned by W.H. Havergal in 1832.] c.1780. Stary ghed malousa voem [for violin or flute.] f. 6v
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William Byrd. Gradualia, ac cantiones sacrae: quinis, quaternis, trinisque vocibus concinnatae; authore Gulielmo Byrd. Organista Regio Anglo. MDCV... M[armaduke] Overend. …
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Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. O Domine Jesu Christe. [Motetto] a quattro voci di Pier Luigi da Palestrina... [Score and 32 separate parts.] c.1800.
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Johann Knöfel. Motetto. Erstanden ist der Herre Christ. 6 vocum. [Score and 32 separate parts.] c.1800.
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Franz Joseph Haydn. Passione. [The seven last words. For soprano, alto, tenor and bass. The first four sections only. No score. 4 separate parts, tenor part incomplete. …
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Johann Chrysostum Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. [Mass in C. Köchel 317.] Agnus Dei [beginning at the Dona nobis pacem. 14 separate voice parts. Solo treble wanting.] 1833.
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John Stafford Smith. [Odd papers; consisting mainly of notes made by J.S. Smith for his books.] 1806-30.
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John Stafford Smith. [Notes relating to the Musica Antiqua (1812) of J.S. Smith.] 1806-12.
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John Stafford Smith : Musical fragments for organ and voice with organ. c.1799.
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John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. Allegro. f. 1
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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 - 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
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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
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John Stafford Smith. [Musical fragment for organ and voice with organ.] End of 18th century but written on earlier paper. [Fragments.] f. 4
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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
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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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Giacomo Carissimi. Mottetto ą 3 voci con organo. Desiderata nobis et universo. Roma nella stamperia di Amadio Bellmonte, 1667. [Partitur.] c.1830.
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Franēois Bedos de Celles. [L'Art du facteur d'orgues, 1766-78. Translations into Dutch of portions of this book.] c.1800.
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James Cargill. Poems on various subjects. Written by James Cargill, teacher. MDCCCXXXVI. 1836.
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Autograph letter from Johann Leopold Abel to John D. Sainsbury, containing autobiography. 20 Poland Dr., Oxford. November 11th 1823
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Autograph letter from Thomas Adams to John D. Sainsbury. 6 Clarence Place, Camberwell. Dec. 12 1823
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Autograph letter signed from James Adcock to John D. Sainsbury. Cambridge. Dec. 26th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from John Addison to John D. Sainsbury, containing autobiography. [S.l.]. Thursday Novr. 4 1823
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Autograph letter from Lucy Anderson to John D. Sainsbury, containing autobiography. 2 New Cavendish St., Portland Place. Saturday morning [s.d.]. [1823]
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Autograph letter from W.F. Ansdell to John D. Sainsbury. No. 8 Charlotte St. October 31 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Andrew Ashe to John D. Sainsbury, containing autobiography. No. 6 Northampton St., Bath. 7th Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter from John Ashley to John D. Sainsbury. Bath. Decr. 26th 1823
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Letter from J. Baker to John D. Sainsbury, regarding George Baker. [S.l.]. Dec. 29 [1823]
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Autograph letter signed from Wm. Ball to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Decr. 29 1823
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Autograph letter signed from William Bark to John D. Sainsbury. St. Helens. 19th Decr. 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Franēois H. Barthélemon and Robert W. Keith. [S.l., s.d.]. [1824]
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Autograph letter from Charles A. Baur to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24.]
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Autograph letter signed from John Beale to John D. Sainsbury. 59 Poland Street. Sept. 28 1823
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Autograph letter from W.H.? Wright to John D. Sainsbury, regarding John Christmas Beckwith. Brighton. January 8th 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Beethoven. Biography for "A Dictionary of Musicians" (1824)
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Autograph letter from Giuseppe de Begnis to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. [S.l., s.d.]
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Letter from Ronzi de Begnis to John D. Sainsbury, giving biography in Italian. With French translation. [S.l.]. 6 December 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Pierre I.M. Bégrez. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Arthur Betts. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from Thomas Billington to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Sunday March 4th 1824
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Autograph letter from Catherine Bisset to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. 54 Edgeware Road. Monday Decr. 8th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Benjamin Blake to John D. Sainsbury. Hampston. Nov. 18th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from William Blake to John D. Sainsbury, regarding T. Billington and G. Aspull. 10 Clements [?]. Dec. 26th [1823]
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Autograph letter signed from Jonathan Blewitt to John D. Sainsbury, with letter containing his biography. 13 Westmorland Ave. Dec. 9 1823
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Autograph letter signed from J.W. Blount to John D. Sainsbury. Winbourne. 26 Decr. 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Signora Borgondio. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from Joseph Bottomley to John D. Sainsbury. Sheffield. Decr. 9th 1823
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Letter from T. Parry to John D. Sainsbury. 26 Oxford Rd. Nov. 26 1823.
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Letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of John Broadhead. Whiston Rectory. Jan. 31 1824
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Letter from D. Bruguier to John D. Sainsbury. Twickenham. Oct. 16 1823
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Letter from John T. Burrowes to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. 14 Norton St. 5 Novr. 1823
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Letter from Susannah Butler for Thomas H. Butler to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Edinburgh. 17th October 1823
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Letters, mostly autograph, containing biographies or autobiographies of musicians, addressed to John D. Sainsbury in 1823-24 when he was editing his dictionary of musicians (1824).
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Autograph letter signed from James Calkin to John D. Sainsbury. 32 Gower Place, Euston Square. Nov. 7 1823
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Letter from William Calkin to John D. Sainsbury. Arundel. 8 Jan. 1824
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Two letters from William Carnaby to John D. Sainsbury. 31 Red Lion Square. Decr. 4th 1823 & Oct. 1st 1824
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Letter with unidentified signature to John D. Sainsbury, regarding A. Catalani, containing biography (in English). 7 Jan. 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Neville B. Challoner. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823]
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Autograph letter signed from Samuel Chapple to John D. Sainsbury. Ashburton. Decr. 20th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Richard Clark to John D. Sainsbury, containing autobiography. 5 Great Tufton Street, Westminster. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter from Messrs Goulding & Co. on behalf of John D. Sainsbury to Charles E.J. Clarke. Fleet St., London. Decr. 26th 1823. With Clarke's reply
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Autograph letter signed from John Clarke-Whitfeld to John D. Sainsbury. Hereford. Octr. 5 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Charles Clementi [Muzio Clementi's son] to John D. Sainsbury. 26 Cheapside. Jany. 20 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of John C. Clifton. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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List of works from Carlo Coccia to John H. Sainsbury, containing biographical note. [S.l., s.d.]
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Autograph letter signed from Nathaniel Cooke to John D. Sainsbury. North Cottage, Brighton. 28th Decr. 1823
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Two letters from Thomas S. Cooke to John D. Sainsbury. Manchester. 13 Octr. 1823 & 21st Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter signed from W.F. Coombe to John D. Sainsbury. Chelmsford. Decr. 28th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from James M. Coombs to John D. Sainsbury. Chippenham. Jany. 6th [1824]
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Autograph letter signed from Joseph Corfe to John D. Sainsbury. Salisbury. Oct. 7 1823
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Letter signed J.B. to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Domenico Corri. [S.l.]. September 29th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Haydn Corri to John D. Sainsbury. Dublin. 12 Oct. 1823
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Autograph letter signed from T. Rawlingstowe to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Montagu Corri. Manchester. Oct. 4th [1823]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Andrea Costa. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Johann B. Cramer. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823]
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Letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Domenico Crivelli. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Letter from F.W. Crouch to John D. Sainsbury. Clapham Rise. Oct. 8th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Richard Cudmore to John D. Sainsbury. Manchester. December 7th 1823
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Letter from J. Evans to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Charles Cummins. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Two letters from W.H. Cutler to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography and additions to. Decr. 9 1823 & Decr. 31 1823
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Letter from Madlle D'Alpy to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Thursday Jan. 6 [1824]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of William Dance. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from Elizabeth Cobbold to John D. Sainsbury, giving biography of J.F. Danneley. Ipswich. Jan. 2d 1824
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Letter from Maria Dickons to John D. Sainsbury. 3 Leicester Square. Monday, [s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Charles Dignum. [S.l., s.d. - 1823/24]
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Autograph letter from Mrs. Dizi for F.J. Dizi to John D. Sainsbury. Fulham. Jany 8 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Sophia Giustina Dussek. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from John Eager to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Yarmouth. Decr. 25th 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Samuel Ellis. [S.l., s.d.]. [Rec. 1 Jan. 1824]
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Autograph letter from Messrs. Goulding & Co. on behalf of John D. Sainsbury to Professor Erskine. Fleet St., London. Decr. 26th 1823. Apparently not delivered
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Autograph letter signed from Timothy Essex to John D. Sainsbury. Hanover Square. Decr. 20 1823
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Two autograph letters signed from J. Evans to John D. Sainsbury. Bristol. Jan. 14 1824 & 8th Oct. 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Giacomo G. Ferarri. [S.l., s.d.]. [Sept. 1823]
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Letter from S. Sibillet to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Victoire Ferrari. With biography [1823], a letter with complementary details promised and complementary details
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Two letters from William Fish to John D. Sainsbury. Norwich. Jan. 9 1824 & Jan. 14 1824
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Autograph letter signed from James Fisin to John D. Sainsbury. Colchester. December 28 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of James Foy. [S.l., s.d. - 1823/24]
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Autograph letter signed from Edward Frost to John D. Sainsbury. Ipswich. 3 Jan. 1824
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Autograph letter signed from W. Galloway to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Decr. 29th 1823
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Letter from Mrs. Byng Gattie to John D. Sainsbury. Hampton Court. Decr. 27 [1823]
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Letter from Miss Gautherot to John D. Sainsbury. 35 Montague Place, Bedford Square. Decr. 19th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from J. George to John D. Sainsbury. George Street. [S.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter from Miss Goodall to John D. Sainsbury. 86 Gt. Portland St. March 31st 1824
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Autograph letter from Thomas Goodban to John D. Sainsbury. Canterbury. 14th Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Nathaniel Gow to John D. Sainsbury, containing the biographies of his father [Neil Gow] and his brother. 7 Hanover Street, Edinburgh. 2d Jany 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of J.G. Graeff. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of John Green. With condensed version. [S.l., s.d. - 1823/24]
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Autograph letter from C.J. Griesbach to John D. Sainsbury. 47 Sloan Sq., Chelsea. Decr. 16 1823. Containing biography of G.L.J. Griesbach, [1823], biography of J. …
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Letter from Mr. Groombridge to John D. Sainsbury. Hoxton. October 20 1823
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Autograph letter signed, from George Guest to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Wisbech. 1st Jany 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Ralph Guest. Bury St. Edmunds. 31 Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter signed from William Gutteridge to John D. Sainsbury. Brighton. Jany. 14th 1824
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Letter from W.H. Hamerton to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin. 11th Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter from Evans to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Henry Harington. Bristol. Feb. 20 1824
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Autograph letter from Thomas Harper to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of J. Macdonald Harris. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Two letters from Mrs. S. Harrison to John D. Sainsbury. 3 George Street, Portman Square. Decr. 19 1823 & Decr. 22 [1823]
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Autograph letter signed from Joseph B. Hart to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. 1 Old Bond Street. Saturday, [s.d.]. [Dec. 1823]
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Autograph letter signed from Thomas Haydon to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from William Edward Heather to John D. Sainsbury. West Lodge, Tottenham, Middlesex. Decr. 19 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Charles William Hempel to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Thurs. 2nd Feby 1824
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Autograph letter signed from T. Thompson to John D. Sainsbury, regarding James Heseltine. Newcastle on Tyne. Decr. 22d 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Frederick Hill, with reference also to T. Hill and J. Hill. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from Joseph Hill to John D. Sainsbury, with addendum dated Decr. 10th 1823. Stockton. Decr. 9th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Joseph W. Holder to John D. Sainsbury. Caxton Hall. Oct. 6 1823
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Letter from Edward Hopkins (B.M. Scots Guards) to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. 1st Jany 1824
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Letter from Charles F. Horn to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. October 31st 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Henry Horn. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from Thomas Howell to John D. Sainsbury. Bristol. 28 Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter signed from John Hoyland to John D. Sainsbury. Louth. Jany 3d 1824
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Letter from V. Bartholomew to John D. Sainsbury, concerning Joseph N. Hullmandel. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from Christopher Huxtable to John D. Sainsbury. Barnstaple, Devonshire. Jan. 3rd 1824
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Autograph letter signed, from Benjamin Jacob to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Westminster Road. Jan. 15 1824
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Autograph letter signed from John G.H. Jay to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Octr. 27 1823
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Autograph letter signed from E.A. Kellner to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. 3 Rathbone Place. 30th March 1824
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Two letters from Georges Kiallmark to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Febr. 16 1824 & March 1 1824. With list of compositions
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Autograph letter signed from Thomas Killick to John D. Sainsbury. Gravesend. Dec. 14th 1823
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Two letters from Francis Joseph Klose to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. 39 Beaumont Street. Oct. 25th 1823 & Jany 7th 1825 [?1824]
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Autograph letter signed from Philip Knapton to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l., s.d.]. [1824]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biographies of Charles Knyvett Junr., his brother William, and his father Charles Senr. [S.l., s.d. - 1823/24]
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Autograph letter signed from G.J. Lambert to John D. Sainsbury. Beverley. Novr. 3rd 1823
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Autograph letter signed from John Langshaw Junr. to John D. Sainsbury. Lancaster. 3d Jan. 1824
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Autograph letter signed from Charles Lates to John D. Sainsbury. Walsall. Jany 3d 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Rev. Christian Ignatius Latrobe. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from S. Lillycrop to John D. Sainsbury. Exeter. Jany 3rd 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biographies of Thomas Lindsay and E. Solis. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter from Giovanni Liverati to John D. Sainsbury, containing biographies, one in English and one in Italian. [S.l.]. 18 October 1823
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Letter from Johann B. Logier to John D. Sainsbury. With letter from Green, his London publisher. [S.l.]. April 1824
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Autograph letter signed from John Lord Junr. to John D. Sainsbury. 21 Bentinck St. Friday Decr. 26th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from T.W. Luppino to John D. Sainsbury. Hertford. 1st January 1824.
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Autograph letter signed from S.T. Lyon to John D. Sainsbury. Napier St. Jany 4 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Joseph MacKenzie to John D. Sainsbury. Bampton, Oxfordshire. Decr. 31 1823
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Autograph letter signed from E. MacKewan to John D. Sainsbury. Hinckley, Leicestershire. Jany 4th 1824
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Autograph letter signed from John Marsh to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Chichester. Decr. 8th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from James Marshall to John D. Sainsbury. Warwick. Decr. 11th 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Girolamo Masi. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823]
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Letter from Samuel Mather to John D. Sainsbury. Sheffield. Jany 7th 1824
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Autograph letter signed from Charles Mavius Junr. to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Leicester. Jany 3d 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Augustas Meves. 13 Air St., Piccadilly. [S.d.]. [1823-24]
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Three letters from P. Meyer, P. Meyer Jr., and J.B. Krumpholz respectively, to John D. Sainsbury. Oct. 2 1823, Oct. 9 1823 & Oct. 13 [1823]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Mrs. Miles (née Guest). [S.l., s.d. - 1823/24]
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Autograph letter signed from Henry Monro to John D. Sainsbury. Newcastle. Decr. 13th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Theobald Monzani to John D. Sainsbury. 28 Regent Street, London. December 26 1823
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Autograph letter signed from E. Mori on behalf of Nicolas Mori to John D. Sainsbury. 24 Edward Street, Manchester Square. Monday Octr. 27 [1823]
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Autograph letter signed from W. Beckwith to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Isaac Nathan. 5 York Place, Camden Town. Octr. 13th 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Charles Neate. [S.l., s.d. - 1823/24]
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Two autograph letters signed from L.C. Nielson to John D. Sainsbury. Chesterfield. Dec. 29 1823 & May 2nd 1825
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Autograph letter signed from C.S. Packer to John D. Sainsbury. Reading. Jany 11th 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, giving biography of F. Panormo. [S.l., s.d.]. [ca. 14 Dec. 1823]
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Autograph letter from W.T. Parke to Mr Bell, dated 3 January 1826. Requests a copy of the book 'Musical Biography' for which he provided 'the article relating to …
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Biographical sketch of John Parke. Unsigned and undated but the writer states that they have known Parke 'for upwards of 50 years'. Not addressed but presumably …
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Autograph letter signed from John Parry to John D. Sainsbury. 26 Oxford Street. Ap. 13 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Matthew Patton to John D. Sainsbury. Bath. Jany 2d 1824
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Autograph letter signed from Frederick Clement Perry to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l., s.d. - 1823/24]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biographies of Josef Petrides and Peter Petrides. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from Alfred Pettet to John D. Sainsbury. Norwich. Jany 7th 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of John Samuel Charles Possin. [S.l., s.d.]. [1824]
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Letter from Thomas Powell to John D. Sainsbury. 15 Katherine St., Edinburgh. Decr. 29 1823
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Autograph letter signed, from John Pratt to John D. Sainsbury. Cambridge. Decr. 31st 1823
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Autograph letter signed from J.F. Prina to John D. Sainsbury. 64 John St., Fitzroy Square. 29th Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter signed from James Purkis to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography with continuation. 215 Regent Street, Hanover Square. [S.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from John Parry to John D. Sainsbury, containing pp. 3-4 of biography of Elizabeth Randles. 26 Oxford Street. Novr. 14 1823
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Autograph letter signed from T.A. Rawlings to John D. Sainsbury, containing biographies of himself, his father and his grandfather. With list of compositions. 14 Upper Montague St. …
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Autograph letter signed from Cotton Reeve to John D. Sainsbury. 4 [?]hall Square. Decr. 27th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Joseph Reinagle to John D. Sainsbury. Oxford. Decr. 22 1823
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Autograph letter signed from John Relfe to John D. Sainsbury. Southampton Place, Camberwell. Oct. 4 [1823]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Stephen Francis Rimbault. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823]
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Two letters from Broderick Roche to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. [1824] & Octr. 15 [1824]
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Autograph letter signed, from Robert Rogers to John D. Sainsbury. Sheffield. 11th Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter signed from John Ross to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Aberdeen. 22d Octr. 1823
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of G.A. Rossini. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Letter from George Rudall to John D. Sainsbury. 7 Tavistock Street, Covent Garden. 27th Decr. 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Charles Saust to Joseph Berridge, 25 South Molton Street. [Postmarked Dec 1823]
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Letter from William Sexton to John D. Sainsbury. Windsor. Feby 13th 1824
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Autograph letter signed from Francis Sharp to John D. Sainsbury. Grantham. Decr. 17 1823
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Autograph letter signed from S.T. Shearman to John D. Sainsbury. Mansfield. Decr. 12th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Rev. Samuel Shipley to John D. Sainsbury, respecting Edward Simms. Ashbourne. Jany 5 1824
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Letter from Edward Simms to John D. Sainsbury. Ashbourne. Jan. 5th 1824. With letters from Edward Simms Junr. to John D. Sainsbury. Jan. 22d 1824 & Jan. 23 1824 and letter from John Simms to John D. …
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of John Sinclair with condensed version. [S.l., s.d.]. [ca. 9 Oct. 1823]
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Letter from Charles Smith to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Hardman St., Liverpool. Decr. 12th 1823
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Letter from Carlo M.A. Sola to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. 16th Dec. [1823]. With letter from Mrs. Sola to John D. Sainsbury, [ca. 5 Jan. 1824]
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of W.S. Stevens. [S.l., s.d.]. [1823-24]
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Autograph letter signed from William W. Sutton to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Jan. 4th 1824
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Letter from Richard Taylor to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Chester. Jan. 10 1824
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Letter from Rich. Taylor Junr. to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Thomas Taylor. Chester. Jan. 13 1824
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Autograph letter signed from Thomas Tomkins to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography. Shrewsbury. Decr. 12 1823
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Autograph letter signed from John Townsend to John D. Sainsbury, with a printed list of his publications. Manchester. Decr. 13th 1823
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Autograph letter signed from William Turle to John D. Sainsbury. Taunton. Decr. 31st 1823
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Autograph letter signed from Zebedee Tydeman to John D. Sainsbury. Framlingham. Jany 11th 1824
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Letter from Thomas Valentine to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. Wednesday morning Jan. 28 [1824]
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Autograph letter signed from John Simmonds to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Matthew Vertue. Salisbury. Feby 14th 1824
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Autograph letter signed from W.L. Viner to John D. Sainsbury. Bath. January 6 1824
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Letter from T.P. Watkins to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l.]. [Dec. 1824]
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Autograph letter signed from John Weippert to John D. Sainsbury. No. 30 Dean St. [S.d.]. [1823-24]
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Letter from C.N. Weiss to John D. Sainsbury. 337 Oxford Street. 28th October 1823. With biography, list of compositions and letter dated 1st November 1823 with anecdotes
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Autograph letter signed from John White to John D. Sainsbury, about Thomas Welsh. 4 Providence Place, Kentish Town. [S.d.]. [1823-24]. With biography of Thomas Welsh
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Letter signed 'JB' to John D. Sainsbury, regarding Charles Wesley. [S.l.]. September 30 1823
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Letter from Thos Johnstone to John D. Sainsbury. [S.l., s.d.]. Postmark: Wakefield, 18 Dec. 1823.
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Letter with unidentified signature to John D. Sainsbury about M.C. Wilson. [S.l., s.d.]. [Oct. 1823]. With biography of M.C. Wilson
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Letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of Thomas Wright by his wife. Stockton-on-Tees. Saturday Jany 10th 1824
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Anonymous letter to John D. Sainsbury, containing biography of T.H. Wright. Brighton. Jany 4 1824
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Two letters from Henry Wylde Senr. to John D. Sainsbury. Oct. 30th [1823] & [Dec. 1823]
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Index to all items in the Sainsbury Collection
MS Euing R.d.90 (superscript 2)
John Francis Wade. Modus intonandi Gloria Patri in fine Introitus per Octavos Tenos. Gloria in excelsis. Credo. Ite messa ebt, Benedicamus Dommo. Requiescant in puce. …
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D. MacFadyen. [Tunes commonly sung at the Rooms - St. George's Place.] 1851-5. Tunes. Long meter. p. 1b
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D. MacFadyen. [Tunes commonly sung at the Rooms - St. George's Place.] 1851-5. Tunes. Short metre. p. 2
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D. MacFadyen. [Tunes commonly sung at the Rooms - St. George's Place.] 1851-5. [3 hymn tunes by W. Euing.] pp. 12-13
MS Euing R.d.91 - Cantiones a sex voces
Robert Ramsey. [Five items for 6 voices: cantus, altus, tenor, quintus, sextus, bassus. Autograph.] Early 17th century..
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W. P. Windus : Catches and glees. 1799.
MS Euing R.d.92 - The mouse's petition
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. The mouse's petition. Oh hear a pensive prisn'rs pray'r. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - Who can express
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. Who can express. 1774. Saml. Webbe. p. 10
MS Euing R.d.92 - High on a mountain
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. High on a mountain. J.W. Callcott
MS Euing R.d.92 - The naughty wife
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. The naughty wife. J.W. Callcott. p. 17
MS Euing R.d.92 - O all ye works
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. Four in two. O all ye works. 1781. Saml. Webbe. p. 19
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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. Epitaph for the first Lord Wharton [by Atterbury. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - On the British Navy
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. On the British Navy. Where e'er thy Navy spreads. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - The fairest flow'rs
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. The fairest flow'rs. 1786. Jno. Danby. [3 voc.] p. 24
MS Euing R.d.92 - Stay lovely Laura
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. Stay lovely Laura. Dr. [Benjamin] Cooke. [3 voc.] p. 27
MS Euing R.d.92 - Ye spotted snakes
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. Ye spotted snakes. J.R. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - Halcyon days
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. Halcyon days. Dr. [Benjamin] Cooke. [4 voc.] p. 35
MS Euing R.d.92 - Child of Summer
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Round. Child of Summer. p. 41
MS Euing R.d.92 - Peace... to the souls
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. Peace... to the souls. J.W. Callcott. [3 voc.] p. 42
MS Euing R.d.92 - Belinda's sparkling wit
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. Belinda's sparkling wit. Saml. Webbe. [3 voc.] p. 47
MS Euing R.d.92 - Lovely seems the moon's...
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. Lovely seems the moon's... [J.W.] Callcott. [4 voc.] p. 51
MS Euing R.d.92 - In paper case
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Epitaph on a dormouse. 'In paper case'. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - Hail ever-pleasing solitude
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. Hail ever-pleasing solitude. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - 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 - Slaves are they
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. Slaves are they. p. 63
MS Euing R.d.92 - Give me the sweet delights
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. Give me the sweet delights. Dr. [H.] Harringdon [sic]. p. 64
MS Euing R.d.92 - To me the wanton girls
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. To me the wanton girls. [S. Webbe.] [3 voc.] p. 65
MS Euing R.d.92 - Come live with me
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. Come live with me. Sl. Webbe. ]4 voc.] p. 68
MS Euing R.d.92 - Fruitful earth
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. Fruitful earth. Dr. [B.] Cooke. [3 voc.] p. 73
MS Euing R.d.92 - Bacchus, Jove's delight
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. Bacchus, Jove's delight. T. Norris. M.B.[?] [3 voc.] p. 76
MS Euing R.d.92 - Here rests my wife
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. Epitaph. Here rests my wife. p. 78
MS Euing R.d.92 - See the jolly God appears
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. See the jolly God appears. p. 79
MS Euing R.d.92 - How sweet
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. How sweet. 1779. Steph. Paxton. [4 voc.] p. 82
MS Euing R.d.92 - When for the Worlds repose
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. On a young lady asleep. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - I gave her cakes
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. I gave her cakes. H. Purcell. p. 86
MS Euing R.d.92 - 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 - Here in cool grot
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. Here in cool grot. Earl of Mornington. 1799. [4 voc.] p. 87
MS Euing R.d.92 - 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 - When Arthur first in court began
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. When Arthur first in court began. J.W. Callcott. [3 voc.] p. 93
MS Euing R.d.92 - Fly love to heav'n
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Madrigal ą 3 voci. Fly love to heav'n. John Wilby. [3 voc.] p. 97
MS Euing R.d.92 - Slaves to the world
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. Slaves to the world. p. 99
MS Euing R.d.92 - One a penny
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. One a penny. [L. Atterbury.] p. 100
MS Euing R.d.92 - The force of music
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. The force of music. 'When Sappho tun'd. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - In gentle sighs
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Round. In gentle sighs. p. 104
MS Euing R.d.92 - To you fair ladies
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. To you fair ladies. Dr. [B.] Cooke. [3 voc.] p. 105
MS Euing R.d.92 - Methinks I hear
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. Methinks I hear. Dr. [W.] Crotch. [5 voc.] p. 109
MS Euing R.d.92 - Awake, awake
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. Awake, awake. 1783. Jno. Danby. [4 voc.] p. 115
MS Euing R.d.92 - Adieu ye streams
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. Adieu ye streams. 1778. Laffn Atterbury. [4 voc.] p. 119
MS Euing R.d.92 - Go thou gentle whisp'ring wind
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. Go thou gentle whisp'ring wind. Atterbury. [4 voc.] p. 122
MS Euing R.d.92 - Breathe soft... ye winds
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. Breathe soft... ye winds. Saml. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 125
MS Euing R.d.92 - While Adam slept
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. While Adam slept. p. 128
MS Euing R.d.92 - When winds breathe soft
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. When winds breathe soft. Saml. Webbe. [5 voc.] p. 129
MS Euing R.d.92 - Tell me gentle shepherd
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. Tell me gentle shepherd. [Atterbury. 4 voc.] p. 139
MS Euing R.d.92 - I've often heard her say
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.] Sequel to Flora gave …
MS Euing R.d.92 - As o'er the varied meads
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. As o'er the varied meads. Sl. Webbe. [3 voc.] p. 147
MS Euing R.d.92 - Divine Cecilia
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. Divine Cecilia. p. 149
MS Euing R.d.92 - Crown'd with roses
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. Crown'd with roses. Sl. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 150
MS Euing R.d.92 - Upon the poplar bough
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. Upon the poplar bough. S. Paxton. [4 voc.] p. 158
MS Euing R.d.92 - When gen'rous wine
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. When gen'rous wine. Jno. Danby. [3 voc.] p. 161
MS Euing R.d.92 - My neighbour
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Round. My neighbour. Dr. [B.] Cooke. p. 164
MS Euing R.d.92 - Can'st thou love
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Madrigal. Can'st thou love. T. Ravenscroft. [4 voc.] p. 165
MS Euing R.d.92 - O thou sweet bird
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. O thou sweet bird. Luffn Atterbury. 1780. [4 voc.] p. 168
MS Euing R.d.92 - 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. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - You gave me your heart
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. You gave me your heart. 1776. Saml. Webb[e. 5 voc.] p. 175
MS Euing R.d.92 - Jolly Bacchus
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. Jolly Bacchus. 1772. Francis Ireland. [3 voc.] p. 177
MS Euing R.d.92 - In the merry month of May
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. In the merry month of May. 1773. Ben Cooke. [4 voc.] p. 183
MS Euing R.d.92 - O harmony
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. O harmony. Luffn. Atterbury. [4 voc.] p. 190
MS Euing R.d.92 - Discord... dire
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. Discord... dire. 1772. S. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 193
MS Euing R.d.92 - Now the bright morning star
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. Now the bright morning star. Dr. [B.] Cooke. [4 voc.] p. 197
MS Euing R.d.92 - Here lies the body of Sir John Frye
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. Here lies the body of Sir John Frye. [4 voc.] p. 202
MS Euing R.d.92 - Sweet... muse inspire
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. Sweet... muse inspire. Dr. Arne. [4 voc.] p. 203
MS Euing R.d.92 - Come let us all...
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. Come let us all... L. Atterbury. [4 voc.] p. 208
MS Euing R.d.92 - Hail music
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Occasional ode. Hail music. 1778. Saml. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 211
MS Euing R.d.92 - The good subjects of England
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. The good subjects of England. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - Friendship thou dearest blessing
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. Friendship thou dearest blessing. Dr. Alcock. [4 voc.] p. 219
MS Euing R.d.92 - On May morning
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. On May morning. 'Now the bright morning star'. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - Non fidi marche freme
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. Non fidi marche freme. Saml. Webbe. [3 voc.] p. 227
MS Euing R.d.92 - Father of heroes
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. Father of heroes. 1792. J.W. Callcott. [5 voc.] p. 231
MS Euing R.d.92 - Sound... O muse
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. Sound... O muse. J.C. Pring. [4 voc.] p. 240
MS Euing R.d.92 - Triumphant love
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. Triumphant love. J.W. Calcott [sic. 4 voc.] p. 245
MS Euing R.d.92 - O Thou that rollest above
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 for five voices. O Thou that rollest above. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - The cloud cap't towers
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. The cloud cap't towers. J.R.S. Stevens. [6 voc.] p. 261
MS Euing R.d.92 - When the toil of day is o'er
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. When the toil of day is o'er. J.R.S. Stevens. [4 voc.] p. 264
MS Euing R.d.92 - Send home my long stray'd eyes
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. Send home my long stray'd eyes. J.R.S. Stevens. [3 voc.] p. 269
MS Euing R.d.92 - Fill the bowl
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. Fill the bowl. 1768. J. Dyne. [3 voc.] p. 271
MS Euing R.d.92 - Dite carlo quante botte
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. Dite carlo quante botte. 1766. Dr. Arne. p. 274
MS Euing R.d.92 - I will magnify thee
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. I will magnify thee. Saml. Webbe. p. 275
MS Euing R.d.92 - Ye birds for whom
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1799. [In score.] Vol. 1st. 1799. Round. Ye birds for whom. Battishill. p. 277
MS Euing R.d.92 - Che pena, che affanno
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. Che pena, che affanno. F. Gardini [sic]. p. 278
MS Euing R.d.92 - Come follow me
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. Come follow me. 1765. Dr. Hayes. p. 279
MS Euing R.d.92 - Consigned to dust
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. Consigned to dust. Battishill. [3 voc.] p. 281
MS Euing R.d.92 - Hail lovely shade
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. Hail lovely shade. Revd. Mr. Jenner. [3 voc.] p. 283
MS Euing R.d.92 - Dull repining sons of care
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. Dull repining sons of care. …
MS Euing R.d.92 - Bacchus sprightly God of wine
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. Bacchus sprightly God of wine. Lord Mornington. [4 voc.] p. 291
MS Euing R.d.92 - Around the festive board
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. Around the festive board. Saml. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 297
MS Euing R.d.93
W. P. Windus : Catches and glees. 1802.
MS Euing R.d.93 - Swiftly from the mountain's brow
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. Swiftly from the mountain's brow. …
MS Euing R.d.93 - Autumn
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. Autumn. J.W. Callcott, June 4th 1798. [3 voc.] p. 7
MS Euing R.d.93 - The gods of wit and wine
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. The gods of wit and wine. Sl. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 11
MS Euing R.d.93 - Peaceful slumbering on the ocean
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. Peaceful slumbering on the ocean. [Spofforth. 4 voc.] p. 15
MS Euing R.d.93 - The girl that I love
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. The girl that I love. [S. Webbe. 4 voc.] p. 17
MS Euing R.d.93 - Child of summer
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. Child of summer. p. 24
MS Euing R.d.93 - The fryar of orders grey
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. The fryar of orders grey. …
MS Euing R.d.93 - Father... of light
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. Father... of light. [4 voc.] p. 29
MS Euing R.d.93 - Come my hearts
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. Come my hearts. John Hilton. 1652. p. 30
MS Euing R.d.93 - 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 - Forgive blest shade
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. Forgive blest shade. J.W. Calcott [sic. 3 voc.] p. 35
MS Euing R.d.93 - If love and all the world
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. If love and all the world. [S. Webbe. 4 voc.] p. 37
MS Euing R.d.93 - Now I'm prepared
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. Now I'm prepared. Webbe. 1775. [4 voc.] p. 43
MS Euing R.d.93 - Here of a wretched swain
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. Here of a wretched swain. Battishill. [3 voc.] p. 50
MS Euing R.d.93 - To the festive board
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. To the festive board. Sl. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 53
MS Euing R.d.93 - Thy altar gen'rous god of wine
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. Thy altar gen'rous god of wine. [4 voc.] p. 57
MS Euing R.d.93 - Queen of the silver bow
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. Queen of the silver bow. J. Hindle. [4 voc.] p. 62
MS Euing R.d.93 - She who alone
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. She who alone. Webbe. p. 68
MS Euing R.d.93 - Since first I saw your face
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. Since first I saw your face. Thos. Ford. 1620. [4 voc.] p. 69
MS Euing R.d.93 - She who lies here
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. She who lies here. J.W. Callcott. p. 70
MS Euing R.d.93 - To great Apollo
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. To great Apollo. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 71
MS Euing R.d.93 - Hail... hallow'd fane
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. Hail... hallow'd fane. Earl of Mornington. [4 voc.] p. 77
MS Euing R.d.93 - Says Sue to Prue
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. Says Sue to Prue. Earl of Mornington. p. 81
MS Euing R.d.93 - Threnodia
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. Threnodia. Where... hapless Ilion. Sl. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 82
MS Euing R.d.93 - My fair is beautiful
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. My fair is beautiful. Saml. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 89
MS Euing R.d.93 - What may arrive of care
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. What may arrive of care. Saml. Webbe. [3 voc.] p. 92
MS Euing R.d.93 - Fair eye of night
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Duo. To a lady. Fair eye of night. Saml. Webbe. p. 96
MS Euing R.d.93 - My beloved is mine
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Canon. My beloved is mine. Dr. Arne. p. 99
MS Euing R.d.93 - Make haste to meet
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. Make haste to meet. 1769. Dr. Arne. [4 voc.] p. 99a
MS Euing R.d.93 - O Venus regina
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. O Venus regina. [Horace.] Dr. Cooke. [5 voc.] p. 102
MS Euing R.d.93 - In the lonely vale
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. In the lonely vale. J.W. Callcott. [4 voc.] p. 107
MS Euing R.d.93 - Scendi propizia
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. Scendi propizia. Signor [M.] Vento. p. 115
MS Euing R.d.93 - Sweet bird that sings
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. Sweet bird that sings. Saml. Wesley. [4 voc.] p. 116
MS Euing R.d.93 - 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 - Alas! how vain
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. Alas! how vain. S. Webbe. [3 voc.] p. 128
MS Euing R.d.93
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. To Cynthia. Sister of Phoebus. Sl. Webbe. [5 voc.] p. 130
MS Euing R.d.93 - An Israelite there was
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. An Israelite there was. J.W. Calcott [sic]. p. 135
MS Euing R.d.93 - Go idle boy
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. Go idle boy. 1789. J.W. Callcott. [4 voc.] p. 136
MS Euing R.d.93 - Thy form has a resistless grace
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. Thy form has a resistless grace. J.R.S. Stevens. [5 voc.] p. 142
MS Euing R.d.93 - O snatch me swift
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. O snatch me swift. J.W. Callcott. [5 voc.] p. 146
MS Euing R.d.93 - Crabbed age and youth
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. Crabbed age and youth. [Shakespeare. …
MS Euing R.d.93 - From Oberon
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. From Oberon. R.J.S. Stevens. [4 voc.] p. 160
MS Euing R.d.93 - If in that breast
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. If in that breast. R.J.S. Stevens. [3 voc.] p. 167
MS Euing R.d.93 - Some of my heroes
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. Some of my heroes. R.J.S. Stevens. [5 voc.] p. 169
MS Euing R.d.93 - Here lies John Trott
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. On a bailiff. Here lies John Trott. p. 177
MS Euing R.d.93 - Sacred pow'r of love
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. Sacred pow'r of love. Danby. [4 voc.] p. 178
MS Euing R.d.93 - Thy beauteous eyes
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. Thy beauteous eyes. Saml. Webbe. [5 voc.] p. 182
MS Euing R.d.93 - Hark... how the renovating Spring
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. Hark... how the renovating Spring. Atterbury. [4 voc.] p. 186
MS Euing R.d.93 - Hot spice
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. Hot spice. p. 193
MS Euing R.d.93 - See... with ivy chaplet bound
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. See... with ivy chaplet bound. …
MS Euing R.d.93 - Scioglierņ
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. Scioglierņ. J.W. Callcott. p. 197
MS Euing R.d.93 - Are the white hours
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. Are the white hours. J.W. Callcott. [4 voc.] p. 198
MS Euing R.d.93 - O voi sospirate
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. O voi sospirate. [Petrarch. …
MS Euing R.d.93 - I prithee sweet to me be kind
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. I prithee sweet to me be kind. Dr. Cooke. [3 voc.] p. 210
MS Euing R.d.93 - Ah ch'il destino mio
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. Ah ch'il destino mio. [Metastasio.] p. 212
MS Euing R.d.93 - O'er desert plains
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. O'er desert plains. Huberto Wailrent. 1599. [4 voc.] p. 213
MS Euing R.d.93 - Hail happy Albion
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. Hail happy Albion. J.W. Callcott. [5 voc.] p. 216
MS Euing R.d.93 - In this recess
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. In this recess. Reginald Spofforth. [4 voc.] p. 222
MS Euing R.d.93 - Who has peerless Kitty seen
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. Who has peerless Kitty seen. Robt. Cooke. [4 voc.] p. 228
MS Euing R.d.93 - Miserere mei, Deus
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. Miserere mei, Deus. p. 235
MS Euing R.d.93 - In awful pause
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. In awful pause. J.W. Callcott. [5 voc.] p. 236
MS Euing R.d.93 - When Delia strikes the trembling strings
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. When Delia strikes the trembling strings. …
MS Euing R.d.93 - By mason's art
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. By mason's art. Dr. Cooke. [3 voc.] p. 246
MS Euing R.d.93 - Bow down thine ear O Lord
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. Bow down thine ear O Lord. J.W. Callcott. [4 voc.] p. 249
MS Euing R.d.93 - Lone dweller of the rock
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. Lone dweller of the rock. J.W. Callcott. [4 voc.] p. 250
MS Euing R.d.93 - Presence of mind
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. Presence of mind. S. Webbe. p. 255
MS Euing R.d.93 - To wipe the tear
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. To wipe the tear. Saml. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 256
MS Euing R.d.93 - Like as the hart
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Canon. Like as the hart. 1772. Dr. Alcock. [4 voc.] p. 258
MS Euing R.d.93 - 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 - Fill me a bumper
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. Fill me a bumper. Saml. Webbe. p. 269
MS Euing R.d.93 - We'll drink
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. We'll drink. 1774. Dr. Alcock. [4 voc.] p. 270
MS Euing R.d.93 - Ciocchč fate
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. Ciocchč fate. J.W. Callcott. p. 272
MS Euing R.d.93 - The soft and meek
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. The soft and meek. Dr. Cooke. p. 274
MS Euing R.d.93 - Poculum... elevatum
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. Poculum... elevatum. Dr. Arne. [5 voc.] p. 275
MS Euing R.d.93 - 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 Euing R.d.93 - Alzate O porte
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Canon. Alzate O porte. Saml. Webbe. [4 voc.] p. 285
MS Euing R.d.93 - Come rosy health
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. Come rosy health. Saml. Webbe. [3 voc.] p. 288
MS Euing R.d.93 - O that the salvation
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Round. O that the salvation. Francis Ireland. p. 292
MS Euing R.d.93 - What a frail life
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. What a frail life. R.J.S. Stevens. [5 voc.] p. 293
MS Euing R.d.93 - Return... my lovely maid
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Madrigal. Return... my lovely maid. …
MS Euing R.d.93 - Beviamo amici
W.P. Windus. Part of a collection of catches and glees, selected and transcribed by W.P. Windus. 1802. Vol. 2d. [In score.] 1802. Catch. Beviamo amici. p. 300
MS Euing R.d.94
Richard John Samuel Stevens : Catches and glees. 1796 (with later revisions.).
MS Euing R.d.94 - Prithee foolish boy
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Music can soften pain
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Vulcan contrive me such a cup
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Love in her sunny eyes
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - O memory!
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - The thirsty earth
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - See what horrid tempests rise
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Underneath this stone
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Ye spotted snakes
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - What shall he have that kill'd the deer
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Wherefore born with vain desires
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Instant let yonder youth impart
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - O nightingale
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Blest as th' immortal gods
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Sweet muse
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Tell me where is fancy bred
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Tomorrow with its cares despise
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - It was a lover and his lass
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - The stock jobbers
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - The moon's pale lustre
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Fill your glasses
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Ask me why
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - O thou who drews't in tears
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Beneath an infant sleeping lies
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - 'Tis mirth that fills the veins with blood
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - A Cheshire man
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Place me where never Summer breeze
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Why so pale
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - I name you four
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - What a frail life
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Go happy flower
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Adieu ye jovial youths
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Sigh no more
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - O mistress mine
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - When at Apollo's hallow'd shrine
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - The Prints of Wales
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Pray pull the bell
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Altho' soft sleep
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Crabbed age and youth
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - With an honest old friend
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - So lovely rose
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Away, away delights
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Sigh I must Henry
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Fear no more
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Asks't those how long my love
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Think'st thou my Damon
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - What shall he have
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Balmy gale
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - O fair sweet face
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Charming to love
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Thy form has a resistless grace
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Who is Sylvia
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Send home my long stray'd eyes
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - She is faithless
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Some of my heroes are low
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Balmy gale
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - Now the hungry lion roars
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.d.94 - When the toil of day is o'er
Richard John Samuel Stevens. Part of collection of catches and glees composed by R.J.S. Stevens. [Composer's autograph signed on fol. 1 and dated]... Charterhouse 1796. …
MS Euing R.x.49
[Instrumental accordatura.]
MS Euing R.x.49
Accordatura. [Instrumental accordatura.]
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