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Collection of vocal music from the library of Charles Dickens.

Title
Collection of vocal music from the library of Charles Dickens.
Publication
London : [various imprints], [between 1827 and 1855?]

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Notated musicSupervised use JOG 09-17Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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1 v.; 34 cm.
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Note
  • Title apparently devised from original cataloging.
  • Typed and handwritten note by former owner (who purchased the volume from a dealer) affixed to flyleaf.
  • Label on cover: "The Misses Dickens" - apparently a reference to Charles Dickens's daughters.
  • Bookplate of Charles Dickens on inside cover and on verso of title page of first song.
  • Some songs inscribed to Charles Dickens or his wife.
  • "A te o cara amor talora" contains annotations in pencil.
Contents
Remember and forgive / written and composed by W. West -- The song of Florence : written, composed and dedicated to Charles Dickens ... by Arthur Gore Ryder -- The ivy green : a song, taken by permission from The Pickwick papers / written by Charles Dickens to whom is inscribed the music composed by John Thomson of Edinburgh -- Joyous hours : or The peasant girls song / poetry from Lucy Belleville, written by Catharine Stark, the music composed by Ricardo Linter -- The song of Christmas : sung in A Christmas carol at the Theatre Royal Adelphi, composed by G. Herbert Rodwell -- What are the wild waves saying : duet, founded on an incident in the narrative of Dombey and son, written and respectfully inscribed to Charles Dickens / by Joseph Edwards Carpenter, the music composed by Stephen Glover -- The beacon star : ballad, founded on an incident in the new work of fiction entitled Hard times, written and inscribed to Charles Dickens / by J.H. Jewell, composed by R. Mansell -- Fly not yet / the words by Thomas Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson [2 copies] -- St. Senanus and the lady / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- 'Tis when the cup is smiling / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- The meeting of the waters / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- Come o'er the sea / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- By that lake / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- My gentle harp! / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- Has sorrow thy young days shaded / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- The harp that once thro' Tara's halls / by Thomas Moore, ... accompaniment by Sir John Stevenson -- She is far from the land / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- Rich & rare were the gems she wore / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- I saw thy form in youthful prime / the words by Thos. Moore, arranged by Sir John Stevenson -- The dream of home / by Thomas Moore -- My mother dear! / written and composed by Samuel Lover -- Molly Bawn / written & composed by Samuel Lover -- We may be happy yet : ... in the opera The daughter of St. Mark / composed by M.W. Balfe -- Spring-time returning / written, composed ... by George Linley -- I would I were a fairy / the poetry by R.F. Houseman, the music by Edwin J. Nielson -- The violet : canon for three voices / composed by George Hogarth -- The lights are fair in my father's hall / composed ... by George Hogarth -- Here's a health to thee Mary / composed ... by G.H. Rodwell -- Miriam : a cantata / the poetry by Barry Cornwall, the music .. by ... Sigismond Neukomm -- Napoleon's midnight review : cantata / translated from the German of Baron Zedlitz by William Ball, the music by ... Sigismond Neukomm -- Midnight rhymes / the poetry by Barry Cornwall, the music ... by Sigismond Neukomm -- The gambler's wife / Henry Russell -- The maniac / Henry Russell -- My own dear wife / the poetry by Leigh Cliffe, the music by Henry Russell -- The village green / the poetry by Leigh Cliffe, the music by Henry Russell -- Wind of the winter night, whence comest thou? / poetry by Charles Mackay, music by Henry Russell -- A song for a stormy night / written by Charles Mackay, composed by Henry Russell -- The old oak tree : or, Woodman, spare that tree / written by G.P. Morris, composed by Henry Russell -- A te o cara amor talora : aria in the opera of I Puritani / composed by Signor Bellini -- Replica di Mineco a Luisella : canzone popolare -- The introductory symphony, airs, recitatives, dance, and choruses in the tragedy of Macbeth in complete score / composed by Matthew Locke.
Call Number
JOG 09-17
OCLC
650911601
Title
Collection of vocal music from the library of Charles Dickens.
Imprint
London : [various imprints], [between 1827 and 1855?]
Local Note
Former call number: Mus. Res. *MP (General)
Added Author
Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Former owner
Dickens, Catherine, 1815-1879. Former owner
Dickens family. Former owner
Research Call Number
JOG 09-17
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