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Collection of vocal music from the works of Henry Purcell, Daniel Purcell and Richard Leveridge.

Title
Collection of vocal music from the works of Henry Purcell, Daniel Purcell and Richard Leveridge.
Author
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695
Publication
[London] : [various publishers], [approximately 1682-approximately 1702]

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Notated musicSupervised use Drexel 4287Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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Additional Authors
  • Purcell, Daniel, -1717
  • Leveridge, Richard, 1670 or 1671-1758
Description
1 volume ([89] pages); 33 cm
Uniform Title
Vocal music. Selections; arranged
Alternative Title
  • Vocal music.
  • Songs / Purcell
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Operas.
  • Excerpts.
  • Songs.
  • Vocal scores.
  • Vocal scores with harpsichord.
Note
  • Individually printed songs from the works of Henry Purcell, Daniel Purcell and Richard Leveridge (and one by Edward Leveridge) bound together. Most of the songs have been trimmed, removing the imprint information.
  • Many of the songs include figured bass and optional flute part.
  • The only work having a full score is Beneath a gloomy shade by Daniel Purcell.
  • Lovely fair one / Edward Purcell -- Young Philander woo'd me long / Daniel Purcell -- Good advice [2 copies] ; Fly from his charming language ; See sirs, see here's a doctor rare ; When Chloe I your charms survey ; Come fair one be kind ; Celladon when spring came on ; See sirs, see here's a doctor rare ; Here are people and sports of all sizes and sorts ; Aesope. Should I once change my heart ; Dr. Faustus. Ghosts of ev'ry occupation / Richard Leveridge -- Thus Damon knock't at Celia's door / [Daniel Purcell?].
Contents
  • [Songs by Henry Purcell.] Timon of Athens. Come let us agree -- Of old, when heroes thought it base. And in each track of glory -- Richmond heiress. Behold the man that with gigantic might -- Bess of Bedlam [From silent shades] -- Don Quixote. Sing all ye Muses -- The marriage-hater matched. As soon as the chaos -- My dearest, my fairest, I languishfor you -- When Myra sings -- Dulcibella, when e'er I sue for a kiss -- Don Quixote. Genius of England -- Celebrate this festival -- Go tell Amynta, gentle swain -- Timon of Athens. A sigh or tear perhaps she'll give ; Come let us agree -- Tempest. Dear pretty youth.
  • [Songs by Daniel Purcell.] Grove, or Love's paradise. Underneath a gloomy shade ; In vain you tell me love is sweet ; Cease your amrous pipes ; Ye birds that in our forests sing -- Island princess. Lovely charmer [2 copies] -- Phillis talk not more of passion -- Mezena does my heart inspire -- You laugh to see me fond appear -- Celestial harmony is in her tongue -- Whilst wretched fools sneak up and down -- Corinna with a gracefull air -- Ofelia's aire -- The jolly solly swains -- Beneath a gloomy shade -- Tis done the pointed rrows in my heart -- Fixt on ye fair Miranda's eies -- Fond woman withmistakn art -- For rurall and sincerer joys -- Morpheus thou gentle God -- Since Celia 'tis not in our power -- Poor Damon knock't att Celia's door -- Let not love on me bestow -- In a groves forsaken shade -- Let not love on me bestow -- Thou gay, thou cruel maid -- You laugh to see me fond appear -- Cupid make your virgins tender -- Celestial harmony -- Mezena does my heart inspire -- On yonder bed supinely laid -- Ah how lovely sweet and dear -- Rouse ye gods -- When Daphne first her shepherd saw -- You laugh to see me fond appear.
Call Number
Drexel 4287
OCLC
1430468482
Author
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695, composer.
Title
Collection of vocal music from the works of Henry Purcell, Daniel Purcell and Richard Leveridge.
Publisher
[London] : [various publishers], [approximately 1682-approximately 1702]
Type of Content
notated music
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Added Author
Purcell, Daniel, -1717, composer.
Leveridge, Richard, 1670 or 1671-1758, composer.
Spine Title
Songs / Purcell
Research Call Number
Drexel 4287
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