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A miscellaneous collection of vocal music, composed, and most humbly inscribed, to Her Grace the Duchess of Beaufort, by Robert Broderip { Bound Into the Book are a Further 32 Compositions of the Period See & Acquire Full Descriptions Below }
Printed for the author, and sold by Messrs. Longman & Broderip, no. 26 Cheapside, and no. 13 Haymarket, [1791], London - NB: [ CONTACT THE SELLER - UNFORTUNATELY THE ABE PLATFORM IS NOT FACILITATING THE COMPREHENSIVE BOOK DESCRIPTION THAT I HAVE COMPILED. THEREFORE, PLEASE CONTACT ME BY USING "Contact this Seller" facility. I CAN THEN SEND YOU THE FULL BOOK COMPOSITION AND DESCRIPTION. IMAGES WILL FOLLOW ALSO. Here we have not only the complete work, as called for, from the above title, but a further 32 compositions bound into this one volume and which the previous owner has titled "SONGS". Many of these Rare or Uncommon. They are all printed on similar paper and page size. I will detail all in the order in which they are bound, commencing with the title listed above. 1st Listing: Engraved throughout apart from the list of subscribers, which is in letterpress. [2],3,[1],42p. : The titlepage is in sepia; at foot of the imprint: "Op. IX.". This appears to be an uncommon work - complete. Very good order. Ink inscription of Mr Peter Rockcliff to margin of title page - previous owner who lived in Liverpool. 2nd Listing: [ i ] p.2 -4, Title: When first this humble Roof I Knew - a favourite song Sung By Mr Bannister in the Lord of the Manor composed by William Jackson of Exeter, Printed and Sold by Preston and Son, Exeter Exchange [ 1805 ] - selling individually on Abe at time of listing for approx £30 to include p+p. Very good. 3rd Listing: The Wand'ring Sailor, a favourite Song sung by Mr Bannister at the Theatre Royal in the Hay Market composed by Dr. Arnold { Arnold, Samuel 1740-1802.}; Printed for S A & P. Thompson . [ca. 1780?]; 1 score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol. First line: The wand'ring sailor ploughs the main. Very good. One listed on Abe for approx £20. 4th Listing: 1 vocal score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol. Whither, my love, ah! whither art thou gone? : Sung by Signora Storace in the Haunted tower / the music by Sigr. Paisiello. Printed by Longman and Broderip . [ca. 1795?] Cheapside, Hay Market, London. Cavatina 'La Rachelina molinara' from Paisiello's opera 'La molinara', adapted to English words by S. Storace for use in his opera 'The haunted tower' Arr. on two staves for voice and keyboard; with versions for the guitar and for two voices or flutes. Caption title from p. 2. The first page is blank as called for. Lowest priced copy on Abe is £30 at time of listing. 5th Listing: The Greenwich Pensioner, / written and composed by Mr. Dibdin for his entertainment called The oddities.[ Dibdin, Charles 1745-1814.]; Printed & sold by the author, at his music warehouse No. 411 Strand, opposite the Adelphi. [1789?]; 1 vocal score ([2]-4 pages) ; 34 cm. Listed Abe copy of same work is approx £25. Very good. 6th Listing: The hunter's song of Hark the hollow wood resounding : with the original simphony now play'd at Vauxhall [ undated but ca 1780] composed by I.S. Smith. Author: Smith, John Stafford 1750-1836. Original price 6d. First line: Hark the hollow woods resounding, echo to the hunter's cry! Caption title from p. 2. 1 score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol. None listed on Abe. 7th Listing: Every inch a sailor / Written and composed by Mr. Dibdin, and sung by Mr. Incledon with the greatest applause, at Vauxhall. London : Printed for the author, at his music warehouse, 411 Strand; opposite the Adelphi [ca. 1790] ; 1 condensed score ([1], 2-4 p.) ; fol.Song from the "table entertainment" 'The oddities', arr. in condensed score on 3 staves for voice, violins? and piano; with a version for the guitar.Caption title from p. 2. The first page is blank.- as called for.First line: The wind blew hard the sea ran high. No copy listed on Abe. 8th Listing: I thought our quarrels ended : a favorite song, sung by Mrs. Crouch in No song no supper / the music by Mr. Gretry.[ Grétry, André-Ernest-Modeste 1741-1813.] - [London] : Printed by Longman and Broderip . [ca. 1790] ; 1 score (4 p.) ; fol. first page is blank as called for; The original version of Grétry's music has not been identified. Music price: 1s. Entered at Stationer's Hall - on two staves for voice and keyboard [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Norman Macdonald's Collection]
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