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    Musical Scores

    Bound collection of musical scores, comprising: Of Noble Race was Shenkin; Codiad yr Haul The Rising Sun; Mamma Mia; In amor ognun dichiara; C. H. Florio. Se mi Credi Amato bene, A Favorite Duett, Composed for Madme Mara and Sigr. Viganoni...; The Nightingale, A Favorite Military Rondo, As Performed at Brighton by the Royal South Glocester Band, Arranged for the Piano Forte, With a Flute Acct.; Robert Cooke. The Farewell, Sung by Mr Bartleman, at the Vocal & Other Concerts, with universal applause; Here's the Bower, A Ballad, Dedicated to Her Grace the Duchess of Bedford; Supremely Blessed, No. 17 of Songs, Duetts & Trios, with a Harp Accompaniment; The Poetry by Peter Pindar Esqr. Mr. Rannie &c. The Music by Mozart & Others; M. G. Lewis. He loves and he rides away, A Favorite Ballad; Dr. John Clark. The Song of Fitz-Eustace, The Poetry from Marmion, a Tale of Flodden Fields, As Sung by Mrs. Ashe, At the Bath Concerts; [Giuseppe Sarti]. Lungi dal caro bene sung by Sigr. Marchesi in the Opera of Giulio Sabino...London: Printed by G. Walker, [n.d.]; The Favorite Mad Song Sung by Mrs. Jordan in the Last of the Family The Melody Arranged and the Accompaniment added by Sir William Parsons. London: Printed & Sold by J. Dale, [n.d., 1797?]; Mr. Braham. A little queer Old Man Sung by Signora Storace in Out of Place or the Lake of Lausanne...;
    [Cesare] Bossi. Cinderella's Minuet, As Danced by Miss De Camp & Mr. Byrne, at the Theatre royal Drury Lane, In the Grand Spectacle of Cinderella...and Arranged for the Piano Forte & Harp...[London]: Printed by M. Kelly at his Musical Saloon, [n.d., 1803?]; L[ouis] von Esch. A Military Divertimento for the Harp and Piano-Forte...London: Printed by Broderip & Wilkinson, [n.d.]; [Boieldieu, F. A.?]. Duo pour Harpe et Piano Dédié à Vernier par son Ami Plantade. Prix 6.s/. London: Printed by Broderip & Wilkinson No. 13 Haymarket. Where may be seen their Patent Harps and great variety of New Music, [n.d., 1806?]; [Johann Ladislaus Dussek]. Dussek's Favorite Sonata, Op. 37. (Originally Composed for the Harp, and Dedicated to Lord Courtenay.) Arranged for the Piano Forte, with Accompaniments for Violin & Violoncello, by J[ohann] B[aptist] Cramer. London: Printed & Sold by Rt. Birchall at his Musical Circulating Library, [n.d.]; M[athias] Holst. Un Palpito Atroce. A Favorite Air Composed with Variations, For the Piano Forte or Harp...London: Printed by Broderip & Wilkinson, [n.d., 1807?];
    [Domenico Cimarosa]. "Le Astuzie femminili." [N.p.: n.d.]; P[hilippe]-J[acques] Meyer. A Favorite Theme, with Variations, for the Harp, and Accompaniments for Violin & Violoncello, (Ad Libitum.)...London: Printed by Clementi & Co., [n.d.]; W. Duchatz. Six Favorite Lessons, for the Pedal Harp...Op. 5. London: Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, [n.d., between 1805 and 1811]; [Jean Aimé Vernier]. Sonatas, for the Harp...The [1] from Op. 4. London: Printed & Sold by J. Platts at his Magazine for Harp Music, [n.d.]; [Johann Ladislaus Dussek]. "O Ma Tendre Musette." [London: Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, [n.d., ca. 1810]; [Giacomo Gotifredo] Ferrari. The Favorite Cavatina, as Sung by Madame Catalani, in the Opera of La Frascatana...Arranged as a Rondo, for the Harp, with an Accompaniment for the Flute, (ad Libitum) Dedicated to Miss Lambton, by Victoire Gatherot. London: Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, [n.d.]; L. De Marin. The favorite Air "O Dolce Concento," Sung by Madme. Catalani, with New Variations for the Harp...London: Printed & Sold by L. Lavenu, [n.d., 1810?].
    Contemporary tree sheep. Smooth spine stained black and divided into six compartments with decorative gilt bands with a central floral ornament in each "compartment." Board edges decoratively tooled in gilt. Hinges cracked; over-opened in a few places. Front pastedown with early ink signature: Miss Treves; additional ink signature of Mrs. Marriott / 18th May 1811. From the library of John Carroll Collins.



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