13 separate publications, bound into a single volume
Publisher varies; all located in London
Most songs arr. for voice and keyboard, with or without accompaniment; some include transposition for guitar and/or German flute
Fal lal la : the favorite Welch air sung by Mrs. Bland in The Cherokee -- Sung by Mrs. Jordan in The spoil'd child -- Come unto these yellow sands : a favorite song in The tempest / composed by Mr. Henry Purcell -- In the dead of the night : as sung by Master Knyvett at the vocal concerts, Willis's Rooms & by Mrs. Jordan in The wedding day -- Ye pretty maids, and loving wives : a favorite song, sung by Mrs. Martyr in The poor sailor, or, Little Bob and Little Ben, at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden / composed by Thomas Attwood -- Tears that exhale : a favorite song, sung by Master Walsh in The prisoner / composed by T. Attwood -- The soldier's adieu / written & composed by Mr. Dibdin for his entertainment called The wags, or, The camp of pleasure -- My native land I bade adieu : a favorite song, sung by Mr. Sedgewick in The haunted tower / composed by S. Storace -- Lash'd to the helm : a favorite sea song sung by Mr. Incledon at Vauxhall Gardens / composed by Mr. Hook -- Blind Llewellyn's strain : a favorite air as sung by Mrs. Jordan with the greatest applause at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in The last of the family / the words by Richd. Cumberland Esqr. ; the music by Michael Kelly -- Britannia's boast : a favorite song / written by Mr. Castle ; composed by Mr. Ebdon -- Three sonatas for the piano-forte with accompaniments for a flute & violoncello ad libitum, op. XXXII [flute & cello parts only] / composed by Muzio Clementi -- A second collection of six elegant ballads / by the following celebrated composers, Pleyel, Paisello, Schobert, Gretry, Giordani & Hadyn, to which is prefixed an original sonata by John Moulds. A favorite lesson for the piano forte / [Moulds] ; The complaint of Aladine : a favorite song / the words by Geo. Saville Carey, composed by Paisello ; The nut-brown maid : a favorite ballad / the words by the Revd. Wm. Cole, composed by Haydn ; Ah! why suspect : a favorite ballad / the words by the Revd. Wm. Cole, composed by Gretry ; The village spire : a favorite ballad / the words by Thos. Vaughan Esqr., composed by Sigr. Giordani ; My morn of love : a favorite ballad / the words by Peter Pinder Esqr., composed by Sigr. Schobert ; My lovely Delia is so fair : a favorite ballad / the words by Struan Robertson Esqr., composed by Pleyel
Dr. James L. and Dr. Margaret Whitby donation
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