London: Clementi, Banger, Collard, Davis, & Collard et al, 1810.
Hardcover (Half Leather). Good Condition. Item #045629
Collection of engraved scores bound up in half red leather, modest wear at edges, rubbing to boards with loss of marbled paper. Modest foxing, occasional minor staining and creasing, old manuscript list of scores on front endpaper, a few ownership marks to titles, a bit shaken with a few signatures protruding with wear at the leading edge, scattered minor paper repairs; generally very good internally. The scores are:
Sir John A. Stevenson. O leave me to my Sorrow, Ballad, Sung by Mr. Manners, at the Bath Concerts, from the Second Volume, of the Melodies of Various Nations, The Poetry by Thomas H. Bayly Esqr. The Symphonies and Accompaniments, by Sir John A. Stevenson, Mus.Doc. London: Printed by Goulding & D'Almaine, [n.d.]. [And:] Charles Smith. Nay weep not, dear Ellen, A Ballad Written by Mr. J. Lee Lewes, and Sung by Mr. Braham, at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden...London: Published by J. Power, [n.d.]. [And:] John Parry. Smile again my bonnie Lassie, Sung with the greatest Applause by Mr. Braham, Mr. Collyer, Mr. Broadhurst, and Mr. Sapio, Also by Mr. C. Bland...Third Edition. London: Published by Goulding & D'Almaine, [n.d.]. [And:] T. Smith. Oh yes-I oft remember thee, Sung by Mr. Phillips, Answer to the Celebrated Song, "Oh no-we never mention her," The Poetry & Music by T. Smith. London: Published by Mori & Lavenu, [n.d.]. [And:] J. Blewitt. The Laurel Wreath, As Sung by Mr. H. Phillips, at the Argyll Rooms, Edinborough, Bath &c. London: Published by J. B. Cramer, Addison & Beale, [n.d.]. [And:] F. Paer. When I think of the wrongs he hath done me, The Favorite Aria, as Sung by Mr. Phillips, in the Grand Opera called The Freebooters, at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House...Arranged & Adapted to English Words by Wm. Hawes, The Poetry by Hampden Napier Esqre. London: Printed & Published by Wm. Hawes, [n.d.]. [And:] Storace. The Captive Rival, The much Admired Song, as Sung by Mr. Bedford, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in the Opera of Isidore de Merida, or the Devil's Creek...Adapted and Arranged by T. Cooke...London: Published by Clementi & Co., 26, Cheapside, [n.d.]. [And:] J. C. Clifton. Bacchus's Bowl. A Convivial Song, Written by W. F. Collard...London: Published by Clementi, Collard & Collard, [n.d.]. [And:] [Georg Frideric] Handel. Arm, Arm, Ye Brave, Song in Judas Maccabeus...Arranged by C. Trinks. London: Printed by Clementi & Co., [n.d.]. [And:] John Emdin. Who deepy drinks of Wine, The Celebrated Bacchanalian Song. Sung by Mr. Lacy, Mr. Hodges, Mr. Rolle, Mr. Bedford, and M. Leoni Lee, with the most brilliant Applause, at London, Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, and Dublin...London: Printed by Phillips & Mayhew, [n.d.]. [And:] Wm. Reeve. The Friar. A Favorite Song, in Merry Sherwood. Written by Mr. O Keefe...London: Publish'd by Goulding D'Almaine Potter & Co., [n.d.]. [And:] Henry R. Bishop. The Captive Knight. A Ballad...Teach me to forget, Sung by Mr. H. Phillips, at the Concerts, Festivals, &c. &c. The Poetry by Thomas H. Bayly, Esqr....London: Published by Goulding & D'Almaine, [n.d.]. [And:] T. Cooke. The Wolf is Out, Bass Song. The Words by Saml. Jas. Arnold, Esqe. Second Edition. London: Published by T. Williams, [n.d.]. [And:] Henry R. Bishop. O Take This Nosegay Gentle Youth, Duetto, Sung by Miss Stephens & Mr. Duruset, in the Opera of Cymon, at the Concerts, Festivals &c. London: Printed by Goulding & D'Almaine, [n.d.]. [And:] [?] Vertue. O Why is Love's Celestial Dream. A Duett, for Two Voices...London: Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. Music Sellers, [n.d.]. [And:] Bouldiere. "Oh Lady dear! good news I bring" A Duetto, Sung, by Miss Graddon and Miss A. Tree, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in the celebrated Musical Romance, called the white Lady, or the Spirit of Avenel, composed by Bouldiere, and adapted to the English Stge by T. Cooke, Director of the Music to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. London: Published by Clementi, Collard & Collard, [n.d.]. [And:] A Collection of Vocal Duets, Part of which have an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte. Composed by Eminent Professors. No. 2. London: Printed by Clementi Collard & Collard, [n.d.]. [And:] W. Horsley. "When shall we three meet again," A Ballad. Composed by W. Horsley, Mus.Bac.Oxon. and Arranged by him for Three Voices, With an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte. London: Printed by Clementi & Co., [n.d.]. [And:] G. Rossini. Zitti, Zitti, Piano, Piano, The Celebrated Terzette, as Sung by Madame Fodor, Sigri. Garcia, e Naldi, in the Opera of Il Barbiere di Siviglia...London: Published at Falkner's, Opera Music Warehouse, [n.d.]. [And:] Mr. Shield. Shakespear's Loadstars. A Favorite Glee...[London:] Printed by Clementi, & Co., [n.d., 1805 or 1815]. [And:] Sir J. Stevenson. The Original Boat Glee, See our Bark scuds o'er the main. The Words by Joseph Atkinson Esqr....London: Published by I. Willis & Co. Royal Musical Repository, [n.d., 1817 or 1820?]. [And:] R. J. S. Stevens. Bragela, the Poetry from Ossian, Trio for the Sopranos and a Bass. With an Accompaniment for Two Performers on One Piano Forte...London: Printed & Sold for the Author, by Preston, at his Wholesale Warehouses, 97, Strand, [n.d., 1810 or 1812 or 1815 or 1825]. [And:] T. Attwood. Hark! Hark! the Curfew's Solemn Sound. Glee for three Voices as Performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in the Curfew. Written by the late J. Tobin Esqr....London: Publish'd by Monzani & Hill, [n.d., 1819-1829?]. [And:] Two Glees. "The feast was over in Branksome Tower," for Two Trebles and a Bass, and The Spirit Scene "Is it the roar of Teviot's Tide," for Counter Tenor, two Tenors & a Bass...[N.p.: n.d.]. [And:] Wm. Knyvett. "There is a Bloom," A favorite Glee, for Three Voices. As Sung by Miss Stephens, Messrs. Vaughan & Bellamy, at the Vocal Concerts, Hanover Square...London: Published by the Royal Harmonic Institution, [n.d.]. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Music; Inventory No: 045629.