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    An Early Nineteenth-Century Bound Album
    of Engraved Musical Scores

    Bound album of engraved musical scores, comprising:
    [Thomas Moore]. Oh Lady Fair! A Ballad for Three Voices. Dedicated to the Rt. Honble. Lady Charlotte Rawdon. [London]: Printed by J. & T. Carpenter, 1802. [And:] [Where the Bee sucks there lurk I]. Quartet 6 (the first part only, from a Song of Dr. ? by W. Jackson, Exeter. London: Printed by Longman and Broderip, [n.d.]. [And:] R. J. S. Stevens. Trio for 2 Soprano's and a Bass, (The Poetry from Ossian.) with an Accompaniment for 2 Performers On One Piano Forte...[N.p.]: Printed for the Author, Charter House, [n.d., 1797 or 1798?]. [And:] Thomas Wright. Now at Moonlights Fairy Hour, A Duett for two Voices with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte...London: Printed by Goulding & Co., [n.d., watermark 1801]. [And:] N. Binfield. And could you be content oh say, A favorite Duett, Composed by N. Binfield, Leader of the Band, Theatre Royal Norwich. The Poetry by Francis Latham Esqr. London: Printed by Goulding, Phipps & D'Almaine, [n.d., watermark 1801]. [And:] [Wolfgang Amadeus] Mozart. The Manly Heart, A favorite Duet for two Sopranos. with an Accompaniment for the Pedal Harp or Piano Forte...London: Engraved, Printed & Sold by F. Riley, [n.d., watermark 1801]. [And:] [Wolfgang Amadeus] Mozart. Life Let Us Cherish, A Favorite Ballad Composed by Mozart. London: Printed by J. Dale, [n.d., ca. 1800]. [And:] Dr. [George] Baker. Bleak Chilling Winds, A Canzonet for two Voices, Sung by The Miss Abrams's...The Words by Miss Seward. London: Printed & Sold by Preston, at his Wholesale Warehouses, [n.d., watermark 1801]. [And:] [William Shield]. The Thorn Sung by Mr. Incledon, at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden and in his New Entertainment call'd Variety...The Words by Robt. Burns. London: Printed by Goulding, Phipps & D'Almaine, [n.d., between 1800 and 1804]. [And:] [William Shield]. The Maid of Lodi, A favorite Ballad, with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte, The Music Collected by Mr. Shield, When in Italy. NB. The Words are the sole property of Mr. Shield, who has authorized the same, to be published by...[London]: Clementi, Banger, Hyde, Collard & Davis, [n.d., watermark 1797]. [And:] C. H. Florio. Oh! Red Look'd the Sun, The Favorite Song, In the Opera of the Egyptian Festival; Sung by Mrs. Bland...London: Printed for the Author, & Sold by Messrs. Monzani & Cimador, [n.d.]. [And:] C. H. Florio. The Favorite Duett Sung by Made. Mara and Mrs. Bland In the Opera of the Egyptian Festival...[London: Printed, for the Authour, and Sold by Messrs. Monzani and Cimador, [n.d., watermark 1800]. [And:] C. H. Florio. The Favorite Song Sung by Mrs. Bland In the Opera of the Egyptian Festival...[London]: Printed, for the Authour, and Sold by Messrs. Monzani and Cimador, [n.d., watermark 1800]. [And:] C. H. Florio. Far Far at Sea, a favorite Ballad Sung by Mr. Incledon, in his New Entertainment called Variety; and by Mrs. Bland, at Vauxhall...London: Printed by Goulding, Phipps & D'Almaine, [n.d., watermark 1802]. [And:] M[atthew] P[eter] King. The Smile of the Tweed, for One or Two Voices The Words by Peter Pindar Esqr....London: Printed for Rt. Birchall at his Musical Circulating Library, [n.d.]. [And:] E[dward] S[mith] Biggs. A Hindustàni Girl's Song, 'Tis thy will, and I must leave thee. Adapted by Mr. Biggs. Air III. [Words by Mrs. [Amelia] Opie?]. [London]: Printed for Rt. Birchall, [n.d., 1795?]. [And:] H. Piercy. The Beggar Girl, A Favorite Ballad. for the Piano Forte or Harp, Also, as a Duett...London: Printed for and Sold by the Author, [n.d., watermark 1801]. [And:] Miss [Maria Frances] Parke. "God of Slaughter quit the Field," A New Duett, for two Soprano's...London: Printed & Sold by Lavenu & Mitchell, [n.d., 1806?]. [And:] Mr. [James] Hook. Listen to the Voice of Love A Favorite New Song. Sung with the Greatest Applause by Master [Thomas?] Welsh, at Vauxhall Gardens...London: Printed & Sold at A. Bland & Weller's Music Warehouse, [n.d., 1795]. [And:] Mr. [James] Hook. The Match Boy A Favorite Song Sung by Mr. Dignum At Vauxhall Gardens...Written by Mr. Vint. London: Printed & Sold at A. Bland & Weller's Music Warehouse, [n.d., 1797]. [And:] Mr. [James] Hook. The Shepherd Boy A Favorite Song. Sung by Master Welsch At Vauxhall Gardens...Written by Mr. Fox. London: Printed & Sold at A. Bland & Weller's Music Warehouse, [n.d., 1796]. [And:] [Henry Delamain]. When you tell me your Heart is another's A favorite Song with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte. London: Printed & Sold by Cahusac & Sons, [n.d.]. [And:] A True Copy of The Blue Bell of Scotland. A favorite Scotch Song. with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte, Harp, Guittar of Lute, As Sung with Unbounded Applause by Mrs. Jordan, at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. London: Printed for J. Dale, [n.d., 1795]. [And:] Rosa & Henry. The much Admired Song in the new Comedy of the Secret, as Sung by Mrs. [Dorothy] Jordan, Properly disposed of for the Piano Forte or Harp, the Music by a Lady of Fashion. [London]: Printed by Longman, Clementi & Compy., [n.d., 1799 or 1802?]. [And:] Mr. [Richard] Suett. Soft Music Let My Humble Lay, Sung by Miss Farren, in the New Comedy of False Colours...London: Printed & Sold by Preston & Son, at their Wholesale Warehouses, [n.d., 1793]. [And:] [Henry Delamain]. When I think on your Truth. A favorite Song with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte. London: Printed for J. Dale, [n.d., ca. 1780]. [And:] Michael Kelly. Fly away Time, the favorite Glee in the Play of Pizarro, as Sung by Mrs. Crouch, Miss Stephens, Miss Leak, and Miss De Camp...London: Printed for M. Kelly, [n.d., 1799]. Michael Kelly. Fatima, a Favorite Duet, as Sung by Mr. Kelly, and Mrs. Crouch, in the Romance of Blue Beard...[London]: Printed by Corri, Dussek & Co., [n.d., 1798]. [And:] Stephen Storace. The Favorite Masquerade Song, as Sung by Sigra. [Anna Selina] Storace, in My Grandmother...London: Printed for J. Dale, [n.d., 1795]. [And:] S[tephen] Storace. Ye streams that round my Prison Creep. A Favorite Song Sung by Mrs. Crouch in the Musical Romance of Lodoiska....London: Printed & Sold by J. Dale, [n.d., 1794]. [And:] [Venanzio] Rauzzini. The Village Maid, a favorite Song, Sung by Miss Cantelo with the greatest applause at the Concerts, Bath...London: Printed & Sold by Preston, [n.d.]. [And:] [Venanzio] Rauzzini. Why my Julia why this care, Rondo with an Accompaniment for a Piano Forte, Sung with the utmost applause, at the Bath Concerts...[London]: Printed & Sold by Preston & Son, [n.d., 1798?]. [And:] Miss [Harriet] Abrams. The Shade of Henry, A Favorite Song, the Words By M. P. Andrews, Esqr. and Set to Music with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte, by Miss Abrams. London: Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, [n.d., 1800]. [And:] Miss [Harriet] Abrams. The Orphans Prayer, A Pathetic Ballad, the words by M. G. Lewis, Esqr. and Set to Music with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte...London: Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, [n.d., 1803?]. [And:] Lost is my Quiet for Ever, a favorite Song with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte or Harp. London: Printed for the Author by Preston & Son, [n.d., 1797]. [And:] Mr. Dibdin. The Last Shilling, written & composed by Mr Dibdin, and Sung by him in his New Entertainment, called Tom Wilkins. London: Printed & Sold by the Author, at his Music Warehouse, [n.d., 1799?]. [And:] Pity the Sorrows I endure, with an Accompaniment, for the Piano Forte. [London]: Printed & Sold by T. Preston, [n.d., 1797?]. [And:] The Children in the Wood, a favorite Ballad, for the Harpsichord or Piano-Forte. London: Printed & Sold by Cahusac & Sons, [n.d., 1795?]. [And:] P. Gaveaux. La Pipe de Tabac, Air du Petit Matelot ou Le Marriage Impromptu...London: Printed for J. Dale, [n.d.]. [And:] When I Play'd on my Spanish Guittar A favorite Ballad as Sung at Brandenburg House and other Fashionable Circles, With the Greatest Applause. London: Publish'd by J. Dale, [n.d., 1800]. [And:] On the Death of General Wolfe as Sung at the Anacreontic Society by Mr. Sedgwick. [N.p.: n.d.].
    Contemporary half polished brown calf over marbled boards. Spine ruled in gilt in compartments with six raised bands and red leather label decoratively tooled and lettered in gilt. Early ink signature of Elizabeth Leir at head of title, and as E. Leir in several additional places. From the library of John Carroll Collins.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    11th Thursday
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