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The red cross knight; a celebrated glee.

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London, W. Wybrow [1830?]

1830

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Angel of life : sung by Mr. Bartleman at the vocal concerts at Willis's Rooms, March, 1802 / set to music by Dr. Callcott ; the words from Campbells Pleasures of hopes.

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[London] : Printed for the author, 1802.

1802

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The hapless swain / composed by J: W: Callcott.

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[London] : Printed for the author & sold by T. Skillern, [17--?]

1766-1899

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Distill'd amidst the gloom of night : a sonnet on friendship for the harpsichord or piano forte / JWC.

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[London] : Printed for the author & to be had at T. Skillern's Music Shop, [1783?]

1783

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The temple of love : as sung at several polite assemblys by the author of Werter to Charlotte / JWC.

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[London] : Printed for the proprietor & sold by T. Skillern, [1784?]

1784

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A musical grammar, in four parts. I. Notation, II. Melody, III. Harmony, IV. Rhythm. By Dr. Callcott ...

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London, R. Birchall, 1817.

1817

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A musical grammar in four parts / by Dr. Callcott.

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Boston : James Loring, 1833.

1833

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A musical grammar : in four parts : I. notation, II. melody, III. harmony, IV. rhythm / by Dr. Callcott.

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London : Printed by B. MacMillan ... for Robert Birchall ..., 1806.

1806

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A musical grammar, in four parts. I. Notation, II. Melody, III. Harmony, IV. Rhythm. By Dr. Callcott.

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Boston: Published by West & Blake, and Manning & Loring. Manning and Loring, printers [1810]

1810

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A musical grammar, in four parts. I. Notation, II. Melody, III. Harmony, IV. Rhythm. By Dr. Callcott ...

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Boston, J. Loring, 1845.

1845

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Dr. Calcott's grammar of music: comprising a full explanation of all the notes and marks; and treatises on the sciences of melody, harmody, and rhythm; by the study of which a perfect knowledge of music may be attained without the aid of a master, illustrated with numerous examples from the works of the most celebrated composers.

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London: Davidson [18--?]

18

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A letter to His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, from Dr. J.W. Callcott, respecting the Stanhope temperament : with a letter from Earl Stanhope to Dr. Callcott upon that subject.

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London : Printed by B. McMillan, sold by Birchall, Byfield, Hatchard, Miller, and Triphook, 1807.

1807

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Plain statement of Earl Stanhope's temperament ...

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London: B. McMillan, 1807.

1807

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Plain statement of Earl Stanhope's temperament / by Dr. Callcott.

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London : printed by B. McMillan : sold by Birchall : Byfield : Hatchard : Miller : & Triphook, 1807.

1807

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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.

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London : Published, for the author's widow, by Birchall, Lonsdale, and Mills, 133, New Bond-Street, 1824.

1824

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberPforz+ (Callcott, J. W. Collection of glees, canons, and catches)Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319

A musical grammar in four parts / J.S. Calcott.

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Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK ; Rochester, NY : The Boydell Press, 2014.

2014

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