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The musical miscellany: or, songster"s companion

The musical miscellany: or, songster"s companion

Being a collection of all the new songs, cantatas, glees, &c. sung at the theatres, public gardens, ...

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Published by printed by W. Thompson in Newcastle .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 965, no. 80.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],94p.
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16911175M

INTRODUCTION. The Subcommittee on Authority Tools designed this list to bring together, in one place, descriptions of information sources that are useful when developing authorized headings to support audiovisual and music catalog began on this project in , and the list was first released in Before we embarked on this project, we investigated what similar tools might. Songsters were thus further down in a hierarchical aesthetic scaling than both musical works and sheet music, with the proviso that sheet music was very diverse in form, content and intended : Catherine Pickstock.

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1. Songsters [Note: Songsters are a mixture of popular songs, traditional folk songs, and pure literary compositions. Some are much more of one type than the other. Generally, the later the date, the more the contents reflect the currently popular]. The British Minstrel and National Melodist Volume 2 only. London Some illustrations. Filed under: American literature -- New York (State) -- New York. The Broadway Anthology, by Walter J. Kingsley, Samuel Hoffenstein, Murdock Pemberton, and Edward L. Bernays (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: American literature -- New York (State) -- New York -- History and criticism.


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The musical miscellany: or, songster's companion: Being a collection of all the new songs, cantatas, glees, &c. sung at the theatres, public gardens. Get this from a library.

The musical miscellany: or, songster's companion.: Being a collection of all the new songs, cantatas, glees, &c. sung at the theatres, public gardens, &c. And All The Favourite Songs From The New Operas, viz.

Inkle And Yarico, Ways And Means, Farm House, Battle Of Hexham, Highland Reel, &c. The new song-book:: being Miss Ashmore's favourite collection of songs. As sung at the theatres and public gardens in London and Dublin. To which are prefixed, the songs of the Padlock, Lionel and Clarissa, and many other opera songs never before published.

British Musical TheaterAmerican Imprints: (AI: Sources, 11, Items) All available American secular music imprints to and selected sources to including All known dance books to Instrumental collections Song books Song sheets and sheet music Songs with musical notation in periodicals Ballad operas and theater works.

The American Ladies Pocket Book for the Year Amer Ladies PB, Dances on pp. The American Ladies Pocket Book, Amer Ladies PB, Dances on pp. The American Musical Miscellany: American MM, 7, "Musical Clocks of Early America and Their Music" American Musical Clocks:Ed Cray professor at the University of Southern California has graciously allowed me to publish a compiled bibliography of bawdy songsters.

Anyone interested in the history The musical miscellany: or bawdy songs should buy his book: The Erotic book is an essential reference on the study of erotic & bawdy songs current in America today. Both of these songs can be see to be similar to "The Kettlebender" which songsters companion book printed with music in The Muses Delight, Liverpool, p.

99, The tune of the latter appeared with the same title in J. Oswald's Caledonian Pocket Companion, B c "The Kettlebender" although scored in common time, sounds like an Irish jig, and it has been. The Baltimore Musical Miscellany; or, Columbian Songster: Containing a Collection of Approved Songs Set to Music: To Which Is Prefixed an Essay on Vocal Music, with Directions for Graceful Singing and the Improvement of the voiceBaltimore Musical Miscellany.

Baltimore: Sower & Cole and Samuel Butler, The Bold Soldier, n.d. The tune was first published by David Rutherford in (Daniel) Wright’s Compleat Collection of celebrated country Dances, vol.

2 (London,pg. ), Walsh’s Fourth Book of the Compleat Country Dancing Master (London, ), Simpson’s Delightful Pocket Companion, vol. 2 (London, c. ), and in c. in Rutherford ’s Compleat. Thomas Hammersley included it in his music manuscript copybook (London, c. The title is from a popular song by Mr.

Burkhead, appearing in John Watts’ Musical Miscellany, vol. 3 (London, ) and on numerous song sheets. It begins: *** Ev’ry man take a glass in his hand ***. Full text of "Catalogue of English song books forming a portion of the library of Sir John Stainer, with appendices of foreign song books, collections of carols, books on bells, &c" See other formats.

Songs, English -- England. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Songs, English; England; Narrower terms: Songs, English -- England -- 17th century; Songs, English -- England -.

At the same time, musical periodicals sprang up chronicling all the latest hits, like Phila­delphia's Musical and Instrumental Miscellany and New Haven's American Musical Magazine, both monthlies.

The songs on this record were chosen based on the extent of their lasting popularity, judged loosely by how often they turned up in the various. In the reissue of this part of the book under the title Apollo's Banquet the air is named London Waits.

A more famous air for four voices, also named The Waits is by Jeremy Savile, and is published in Playford's Musical Companion It is a fine melody, and is sung to the syllables 'Fa, la, la'. This is the tune printed in the Musical Miscellany () and subsequently used in a couple of ballad operas, The Village Opera by Charles Johnson (), where it is named as 'Margaret's Ghost' (air xxxv), and The Devil to Pay by Charles Coffey (), named as 'When all was wrapt' (air xxv) (the accompanying texts are, of course, quite.

Full text of "Early Scottish melodies: including examples from mss. and early printed works, along with a number of comparative tunes, notes on former annotators, English and other claims, and biographical notices, etc." See other formats.

The Bibliography lists recommended gospel music books with full publication details provided for further reference.

Most of these books were used as sources for the website. Following the Bibliography is a list of ‘Internet Resources’, i.e. website names and addresses (URLs), again used as sources for the website. Start studying US 1st Test ch Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Appendices. PB’s reading in Cambridge; PB, The Maid of Killarney (), chapter 4; PB, ‘To my young readers’, in The Phenomenon (); Childhood reading in JE; CB, ‘The History of the Year’ (12 March ); Marks on the last page of the Brontës’ copy of Dryden’s Works of Virgil; PBB’s flute book, Nov.

–Jan. ; Mary Taylor about Charlotte as a schoolgirl at Roe Head. Anonymous The Jolly Old Boys Comic Song Book (Glasgow ) Anonymous The Jovial Companion (London c) Anonymous The Jovial Songster (Glasgow c–9) Anonymous The Jovial Songster (London ) Anonymous The Killers; A Narrative of Real Life in Philadelphia (Philadelphia ).

The Project Gutenberg EBook of Bentley's Miscellany, Volume II, by Various This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.Constantine republican.

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