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A collection of glees, canons, and catches / including some pieces never before published; the whole selected, and arranged with an accompaniment for the piano-forte, ad libitum, together with a memoir of the author, by William Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon., organist of the Asylum and Belgrave chapels.

Title
A collection of glees, canons, and catches / composed by the late John Wall Callcott, Mus. Doc. Oxon. : including some pieces never before published; the whole selected, and arranged with an accompaniment for the piano-forte, ad libitum, together with a memoir of the author, by William Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon., organist of the Asylum and Belgrave chapels.
Author
Callcott, John Wall, 1766-1821.
Publication
London : Published, for the author's widow, by Birchall, Lonsdale, and Mills, 133, New Bond-Street, 1824.

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Additional Authors
  • Horsley, William, 1774-1858.
  • McMillan, Buchanan, active 1784-1834.
  • Lewis, Frederick Christian, 1779-1856.
  • Callcott, Augustus Wall, Sir, 1779-1844.
  • Catch Club (Musical group) dte
  • Birchall, Lonsdale & Mills. pbl
Description
2 v. (bound as 1) : ill.; 34 cm.
Subjects
Note
  • "Entered at Stationers' Hall."
  • Printer's imprint: "Printed by B. McMillan, Bow-Street, Covent-Garden, printer in ordinary to His Majesty."
  • Dedication: "To the noblemen and gentlemen, members of The Catch Club ..."
  • Illustration: Frontispiece crayon-manner engraved portait of Dr. Callcott, by F. C. Lewis after A. W. Calcott.
  • With a list of subscribers following vol. 2.
  • For 3-5 voices with piano accompaniment.
Access (note)
  • Restricted access;
Contents
  • Vol. 1. "Lovely seems the moon's fair lustre," lyrics translated from a Moorish Ballad. -- "Peace! to the souls of the heroes!", lyrics from Ossian. -- "Go, idle boy," lyrics by Merry. -- "The new mariners," lyrics by the Earl of Dorset, 1665. -- "O snatch me swift from these tempestuous scenes," lyrics from "Pleasing Reflections," published 1788. -- "It was a fryar, or orders gray," lyrics from Percy's Relics. -- "Yet stay, fair lady," lyrics by Dr. Percy. -- "From this roof my shepherd went." -- "Call to remembrance," lyrics from Psalms 25:5-6. -- "Blessed is he," lyrics from Psalms 41:1. -- "The may fly," lyrics by Mary Robinson. -- "In the lonely vale of streams," lyrics from Ossian. -- "Abelard," lyrics by Cawthorn. -- "When Arthur first in court began." -- "Drink to night." -- "Rise winds of autumn," lyrics from Ossian. -- "Ah! how, Sophia." -- "As on the mournful poplar bough." -- "Father of heroes," lyrics from Ossian. -- "Fill the horn of glossy blue." -- "Radiant ruler of the day." -- "Green thorn of the hill of ghosts," lyrics from Ossian. -- "From the chambers of the East."
  • Vol. 2. "Are the white hours forever fled?", lyrics from The Annual Register. -- "O voi che sospirate," lyrics from Petrarch. -- "With sighs, sweet Rose," lyrics by Elizabeth Jane Madden. -- "Who comes so dark, from Ocean's roar?", lyrics from Ossian. -- "The red cross knight," lyrics from Evans's "Old ballads." -- "The Erl King," lyrics by M. G. Lewis. -- "Forgive blest shade the tributary tear," lyrics from an epitaph in Brading Church Yard, Isle of Wight. -- "Farewell to Lochaber," lyrics by Allan Ramsay. -- "Triumphant Love," lyrics by Callcott. -- "Bow down thine ear," lyrics from Psalms 86:1. -- "Christ being raised," lyrics from Romans 6:9. -- "Lordly gallants," lyrics by George Wither, 1614. -- "O tarry gentle traveller." -- is the dwelling of Morna," lyrics from Ossian. -- "Thyrsis when he left me swore," lyrics by Thomas Gray. -- "When time was entwining," lyrics by Thomas Little. -- "Thou art beautiful Queen of the valley," lyrics from Robert Southey's Madoc, Canto XXIV. -- "Come on the light winged gale," lyrics from Ossian. -- "You gentlemen of England," lyrics by George Alexander Stevens. -- "Hast thou left thy blue course in heaven," lyrics from Ossian. -- "Have you sir John Hawkins' hist'ry," the subject of the song suggested to the author by his friend Robert Cooke. -- "Thou palsied Earth," lyrics from Reginald Heber's "Palestine." -- "Hail! happy Albion," lyrics by Thomas Gray. -- "Sweet blossom," lyrics by Callcott. -- "Why does beauteous Lina weep?", lyrics from Thomas James Mathias's "Twilight of the Gods."
Call Number
Pforz+ (Callcott, J. W. Collection of glees, canons, and catches)
OCLC
16456570
Author
Callcott, John Wall, 1766-1821.
Title
A collection of glees, canons, and catches / composed by the late John Wall Callcott, Mus. Doc. Oxon. : including some pieces never before published; the whole selected, and arranged with an accompaniment for the piano-forte, ad libitum, together with a memoir of the author, by William Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon., organist of the Asylum and Belgrave chapels.
Imprint
London : Published, for the author's widow, by Birchall, Lonsdale, and Mills, 133, New Bond-Street, 1824.
Access
Restricted access; Pforzheimer Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Local Note
Pforzheimer copy: Two volumes (of three, the third added later in the same year by a different publisher) bound as one. -- With the ownership label of Mr. Temple West on the front cover; West's name is on the subscriber's list. -- Bound in contemporary calf, spine lettered and ruled in gilt.
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Added Author
Horsley, William, 1774-1858.
Catch Club (Musical group) Dedicatee
Birchall, Lonsdale & Mills. Publisher
McMillan, Buchanan, active 1784-1834. Printer
Lewis, Frederick Christian, 1779-1856. Engraver
Callcott, Augustus Wall, Sir, 1779-1844. Illustrator
West, Temple, 19th cent. Former owner
Research Call Number
Pforz+ (Callcott, J. W. Collection of glees, canons, and catches)
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