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[Nineteenth century songs and dances

First published in 1806



[Nineteenth century songs and dances

This edition was published in by J. Bell in London.


Table of Contents

The villager's delight, by Mr. Lanza.- Dulseanne park, by Mr. Lanza.- Two Spanish boleros or national airs.- Two Spanish boleros or patriotic airs.- The poor orphan maid, by M.P. King.- Oh forbear to bid me slight her, by Dr. Kitchiner.- Ballad (Say shepherds have you seen a lamb) by M.P. King.- The exile.- The siege of St. Quintin. Quintin.- Minuetto.- Lanza's hornpipe.- Lady Hodge Podge's squirril.- Press me again.- Song (O! sing unto my roundelay), by Mr. Stone, [words] by Chatterton.- Absence, written by Miss Dods, music by W. Kitchiner.- Thy charms, by M.P. King.- Love's last adieu, by Mr. Hook.-
The rejected lover, by Mr. Hook.- I'll sing to cheer my Megan; an original Welch tune, by Mr. Hook.- Henry and Jane, by Mr. Hook.- As lately I sat by the nymph I adore, words and music by Dr. Busby.- The willow, written by Mr. Rannie, music by Mr. Davy.- Emma of the dale, written by T. Dibdin, composed by W. Reeve.- The lass of Liverpool, by M.P. King.- Awake my fair the morning springs, by Dr. Callcott.-
The poor blind boy, by A. Barry.- Advice to Mary, by G. Lanza, words by P. Pindar.- Love and friendship, by W. Reeve, words by Mr. Pratt.- The death of Crazy Jane, written by R. Anderson, composed by Mr. Hook.- The complaint, by G. Lanza.- Song (Yes many a maid with ev'ry charm) written by C. Sheridan, composed by G. Masi.- The blind boy, by J. Kemp.- The lover's vision, by Mr. Braham.- The lover, by Mr. Kelly.- Only tell her that I love! by D. Corri.-
The parking lover, by Mr. Hook.- Come Cloe and give me sweet kisses, by Dr. Kitchiner, words by Sr H. Williams.- Sweet bird art thou flown, by W. Slapp.- Maria, by J. Addison.- Waltz.- An original reel and waltz, by Mr. Lanza.- The stolen sigh, by Mr. Hook.- Scythian dance, in the opera of Iphigenia in Tauride, by Gluck.- O ma tendre musette.- Two variations by A. Stamitz.- An original waltz, for the year 1808, by Mr. Killman.-
Simplicity, written by Mr. Upton, composed by W.P.R. Cope.- The tomb of my fathers, by M.P. King.- Sir John Stuart's strathspey, by Gow.- The Emperor of Hayti, by Gow.- Successful candidate, by G. Ware.-
Polly Higginbotham, by G. Ware.- General Hutchinson's waltz, by Kollman.- Dutchess of Roxborough's reel, by Saunderson.- Forty thieves, by Saunderson.- Buenos Ayres, by Saunderson.- Roundelay (Where shall the lover rest) by Mr. Hook.- I have lov'd thee, dearly lov'd thee, written by Mrs. Robinson, composed by Mr. Hook.- The salutation; a duett, by Mr. Hook.- I sigh for love and Emma.

Edition Notes

"Published ... for La Belle assemblèe [sic] or Bell's court and fashionable magazine."

Miscellaneous songs for one voice with piano or harp acc.; dances for piano.

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OL26582474M
Internet Archive
nineteenthcentur00unse_0
OCLC/WorldCat
224374526

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