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A Collection of 45 19th Century Songs

By Henry R Bishop, John Braham, T H Bayly, Alexander Lee, Rossini, Matthew Locke, Thomas Moore, etc

Various, 1811. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Worn detached front cover, no rear cover. First few pages are detached. Pages are varyingly darkened but are otherwise clean. Occasional marginal tears are repaired. Some pages have been trimmed but text and music is not affected. Several pieces have illustrated front pages, all include piano forte accompaniment. Songs include: Ah Happy Day Ah Smiling Morn, by Henry R Bishop, London, Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. (added date of 1812). All's Well, by John Braham, London, Goulding and D'Almaine, (signature of John Braham on first page, mended tear). Alice Gray, by Mrs Philip Millard. Away, away, to the mountain's brow, Cavatina, by Alexander Lee, London, H Wray. Bid Me Discourse by Henry R Bishop (added date 1811). Blue Bonnet's Over the Boarder or March, March, Etterick and Teviot-Dale, by Alexander Lee, London, J Willis and Co. (signature of John Braham on front cover). Bonny Scotland I Adore Thee, by G F Stansbury. Can I Forget When First We Met, by I Kraus, London. Day Is Departing, by I Willis. Fervid On The Glitt'ring Flood accompanied by harp or piano, by Sir J A Stevenson, London, W Sibley (added date 1822). Fly Away Pretty Moth! by T H Bayly. Fly Not Yet or Planxty Kelly. Forget Me Not by Mr Braham. Green Hills of Tyrol! by G Rossini. Gredadier, by Thomas H Bayly, London, J Power (added date 1823). Hark To The Sound Of The Horn, by Carl Maria von Waber. Here's a Heart, by Henry R Bishop. Hey The Bonny Breast Knots, by John Sinclair, London, Mori & Lavenu (signature of John Sinclair and added date 1830). Hip, Hip, Hurra! Glee for three voices, by Thomas Moore. Hurrah for the Bonnets of Blue, by Alexander Lee. I Can't For My Granny, by H Y Brace, London. In The Rough Blast Heaves The Billow, by Michael Kelly, London, Falkner's Opera Music Warehouse. Isle of Beauty Fair Thee Well, Thomas H Bayley, Charles Shapland, Whitmore and T A Rawlings. I've Been Roaming, by Charles E Horn, London, Royal Harmonic Institution, Welsh and Hawes. Kelvin Grove, by Henry Phillips, with flute, London, J Lawson. Love For Thine Eyes Forever Plays, by Jackson of Exeter, The Musical Library. Hark! The Lark At Heav'n's Gate Sings, by Dr. Cook. Little Bird, Little Bird, Take Care, by John Barnett. Love Was Once A Little Boy, by I A Wade, London, F T Latour. Love Among The Roses, by John Colston Doyle, London, William Dale. Songs, Aires and Choruses in Macbeth by Matthew Locke, revised by Dr. Boyce, London, Paine & Hopkins (added date 1823). The Mermaids Song, by Haydn, The Musical Library. Deh Calma, O Ciel! by Rossini. Winde, Gentle Evergreen, by Dr. William Haze. Mad Tom, by Purcell. Ni Jamis, Ni Toujours, by Madam Gale. As Fair As Morn, And Fresh As May, by John Wilbye. March To The Battle Field, by John Davy, London, T Williams (added date 1829). The Merry Mountain Boy or The Mountain Lay, by I Moscheles. Morning Around Us Is Beaming, by J A Wade. My Heart and Lute, by Thomas Moore (added date 1825). My Native Land, Goodnight (words Lord Byron), by F J Klose (added date 1815). My Gentle Blooming Cashmire Maid, by M Lawrence, London, W G Bown (added date 1817). My Village Jane, by Charles Milsom Junr. Bath, Milsoms (initials CM on front page). No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Estimated date only. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118121059.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$679.12

Anthems, Composed for the Choir Service of the Church of England by John Stafford Smith
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Anthems, Composed for the Choir Service of the Church of England by John Stafford Smith

By John Stafford Smith

Printed for the Author and sold at at his House, London, 1793. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Printing information on the title page is partially obscured by a pasted in cut out engraving "Sold by F. Roome. Derby". Dedication page to "The Most Reverend John Moore, D. D. Lord Archbishop of Canterbury". List of subscribers and an Index are present after the dedication. Plate printed score is legible and clean with some smudges around the bottom edges of the pages. Each Anthem title has a neat hand written note giving the relevant Bible verse reference. Pages are a little darkened. Brown leather spine is well rubbed and has surface cracks. Black leather spine label (Smith's Anthems) has loss at edges. Parchment corners are well worn and bumped with some loss. Very rubbed marbled paper covered boards with some loss of paper. Binding is sound, end-papers are a little darkened and lightly marked. No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to COPAC. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111079.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$892.65

Boyce's Collection of Cathedral Music - Tenor Part Only - Novello's Edition
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Boyce's Collection of Cathedral Music - Tenor Part Only - Novello's Edition

By Boyce, Thomas Tallis, Thomas Morley, Richard Farrant, Orlando Gibbons, William Bird, Henry Purcell, etc

Novello, London, 1844. Novello's Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with worn marbled boards. Gilt lettering and bands on spine. Corners and edges of boards are well worn and scuffed. Spine is worn and has some loss, spine cover has lifted from the lower half of the spine. Binding is sound however the front end-paper is missing and the dedication page is detached. Binding contemporary to publication. "TENOR DECANI" has been hand written on the front cover in black ink. Plate printed music is clean and legible with very occasional hand written annotation, paper is slightly darkened and foxed. Previous owners bookplate (F.(?) A. Gardner) on the inside front cover has been crossed out in ink. Dedication page to Queen Victoria at front has stamped name " Harward Turner". Index at rear. 164, (2). One volume of the 5-volume set. No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to British Library catalogue. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111077.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$390.13

Boyce's Collection of Cathedral Music - Bass Part Only - Novello's Edition
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Boyce's Collection of Cathedral Music - Bass Part Only - Novello's Edition

By Boyce, Thomas Tallis, Thomas Morley, Richard Farrant, Orlando Gibbons, William Bird, Henry Purcell, etc

Novello, London, 1844. Novello's Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with worn marbled boards. Gilt lettering and bands on spine. Corners and edges of boards are well worn and scuffed. Spine is worn with some loss at spine ends. Binding is intact with just the occasional page slightly loose. Binding contemporary to publication. "BASS CANTORIS" has been hand written on the front cover in black ink. Plate printed music is clean and legible with very occasional hand written annotation, paper is slightly darkened and foxed. Previous owners bookplate (F.(?) A. Gardner) on the inside front cover has been crossed out in ink with gift note inscription on facing end-paper "Presented to St. Michael's College, Tenbury by Aurthur H D Prendergast (Hon: Fellow) November 1901". Dedication page to Queen Victoria at front has stamped name " Harward Turner". Index at rear. 166, (2). One volume of the 5-volume set. No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to British Library catalogue. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111076.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$390.13

Melodia Sacra or Psalmody (book of Psalms of David)
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Melodia Sacra or Psalmody (book of Psalms of David)

By David Weyman, Handel, John Bird, Doctor Randel, Isaac Smith, Doctor Boyce, Mrs Horne, Doctor Croft, Richard Taylor, King James I, H. Purcell, etc

Not Shown (George Allen), Dublin, 1814. Early Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. A collection of musical scores for the 150 Psalms, with many additional associated Hymns and Anthems. Arrangements for up to four voices with accompaniment for Piano Forte or Organ. Half leather with worn marbled boards. Gilt lettering and decoration on spine is well rubbed and little remains. Corners and edges of boards are well worn, rubbed and scuffed. Spine is worn. Binding is sound however no title page is present. Dark red leather label on front cover. Binding contemporary to publication. Engraved frontis (darkened) showing "The Angel Appearing to the Shepherds" and engraving facing page 285 (with partial tissue protective sheet) showing "Christ Rideth To Jerusalem" are in very good condition. Plate printed music is clean and legible but paper is slightly darkened and occasionally a little foxed. As well as the music itself, the volume contains; "Address to the Public", "A Short Introduction to Psalmody", "Explanation of Italian and other Foreign Terms, as generally used in Sacred Music", "The General and Alphabetical Index" and list of "Subscribers' Names". (2), (1), 6, (2)365, (4), (6). No dust jacket, as published. Date shown on frontis engraving. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111078.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$202.29

An Undated Early 19th Century Collection of 21 Verse Anthems and Psalms
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An Undated Early 19th Century Collection of 21 Verse Anthems and Psalms

By William Boyce, Jonathan Battishill, George Holmes, Morris Greene, Richard Farrant, Charles King, William Hine, etc

Various, Goulding & D'Almaine, etc, London, 1810. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather privately bound volume. Split in spine for about two thirds of its length and loss at both ends. Leather on corners is well worn. Marbled boards are well rubbed with extensive surface loss on rear. Decoration to edge of leather. Covers are securely attached, a free front end-paper is missing but a second remains, internal binding is otherwise sound. Pages are clean with occasional light smudges except where stated below. Pencil page numbers in upper corner. Works included; Anthem for 5 Voices in the key of A with the greater 3rd. By Jonathan Battishill. Psalm 133 Behold how good and joyful a thing is. (Also Jubilate). Anthem for 4 Voices in the key of E with the greater 3rd. By Mr John Reynolds. Psalm 22 My God look upon me why hast thou forsaken me. Full Anthem for 4 Voices in the key of F with the greater 3rd. By the late Richard Farrant. Lord for thy tender mercies sake. Printed by D'Almaine & Co. London. Solo Anthem in the key of F with the greater 3rd. By the late William Boyce. Psalm 145 I will magnify thee o God my King. Printed by Goulding & Co., London. A Verse Anthem composed by Morris Green. Isaiah Chapter 63:15. O Lord look down from Heaven. Engraved by E Riley, Strand (previous owners name on rear blank sheet). Full Anthem by the late Dr. Benjamin Rogers. Psalm 15 Lord who shall dwell in thy Tabernacle (paper has a blueish tint). Full Anthem in the key of G with the greater 3rd. By the late William Tucker. (Psalm 105) Give thanks unto the Lord and call upon his name. Verse Anthem for the Epiphany. By the late George Holmes. Arise arise and shine o daughter of Sion. (Pencil comment at top of first page). Verse Anthem for 3 Vices in the key of G with the greater 3rd. By the late Mr William Hine. Psalm 33 Rejoice in the Lord o ye rightious. Anthem for 5 Voices in the key of B with the greater 3rd. By the late Charles King. Psalm 103 Verse 8 The Lord is full of compassion and mercy long suff'ring and of great goodness. Verse Anthem for 3 Voices by the late Mr William Hine. Psalm 145 I will magnifie thee. Published by Goulding and D'Almaine, London. Verse Anthem for 3 Voices composed by Dr Morris Greene, Organist to his Majesty King George II. Psalm 34 I will always give thanks unto the Lord. Anthem for 7 Voices by J Battishill. Psalm 30 I will magnify theeo God. Anthem for 4 Voices in the key of D with the greater 3rd. By the late Charles King. Psalm 66 o be joyful in God all ye lands. Published by D'Almaine & Co., London (rear cover contains "A Select Catalogue of New Piano Forte Music". Solo Anthem in the key of A with the greater 3rd. By the late John Weldon. Psalm 121 I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills. Anthem for 7 Voices in the key of E by J Battishill. Psalm 25 Verse 6 Call to remembrance o Lord. "This Anthem was revised by the author February 1797". A Verse Anthem composed for a public charity at Bath by the late Thomas Linley and published by permission of his son. (Psalm 86) Bow down thine ear o Lord and hear me. Printed by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co., London and Dublin. (Water stain and pencil annotation). Verse Anthem for 3 Voices in the key of C wit the lesser 3rd. By the late Mr Jeremiah Clark. Psalm 86 Bow down thine ear o Lord and hear me (paper has blueish tinge). Solo Anthem in the key of E with the greater 3rd by J Battishill. Psalm 13 How long wilt thou forget me o Lord. Goulding and ?. Verse Anthem for 3 Voices in the key of C with the greater 3rd. By the late William Croft. Psalm 27 The Lord is my light and my salvation. Anthem for 6 Voices in the key of G with the lesser 3rd. By Morris Greene. Psalm 86 Bow down thine ear o Lord. (Water stain on edge of latter pages). No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Estimated date only. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111080.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$908.70

Collection of 46 Plate Printed Early 19th Century Songs with Keyboard Accompaniment, some with additional parts for other instruments. Includes Early Printing of Joseph Haydn's Ten Commandments pub. by Clementi
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Collection of 46 Plate Printed Early 19th Century Songs with Keyboard Accompaniment, some with additional parts for other instruments. Includes Early Printing of Joseph Haydn's Ten Commandments pub. by Clementi

By Joseph Hayden, T F Arnold, W Kirby, Charles Salaman, T Welsh, Mozart, Robert Burns, Mrs Robert Arkwright, Miss Williams (Late pupil of Mr Bartleman), etc

Various, London, 1800. Various. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Privately bound in half leather with marbled boards. A handwritten contents page and pencil dates on some pieces. Music is free from annotation although there are occasional marks. Many pieces have illustrated front pages. The binding is well worn with more than half of the spine missing. Some pages are trimmed but score and text are not affected. Works contained are: Nelson, the Celebrated Recitative and Air from the Comic Opera of the Americans written by T F Arnold Esq. Composed and Sung by Mr Braham, London. Printed Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter and Co. Never Hame Came He, a Ballad the poetry by Cunningham, the music composed by W Kirby. London, Pub. by Cramer Addison and Beale. Oh! Come Dear Louisa, a Ballad, the words by I Cowen Esq. the music composed by Charles Salaman. London and Dublin, I Willis. O! Fair Glides the Bonny Bark, as sung by Miss Paton. Arranged from an Ancient Boarder song by t Welsh, the words by Melrose Esq. London. Published by T Welsh. O! Give Me But My Arab Steed, a Romantic Ballad composed by G A Hodson, poetry by Wm McGhie. London. Printed and sold by S Chappell. O! Merry Row the Bonny Bark, a Ballad, founded on an ancient Northumbrian Melody. Words cheifly written and music dedicated to Her Grace the Duchess of Northumberland by John Parry. London. Printed by Goulding and D'Amine. O My Love Has An Eye Of The Softest Blue, Ballad. The poetry of the Rev. C. W. composed by Henry York Brace. London. Published by H Y Brace. Oh! Sing Again Though Late It Be. Written by Mrs Henry Miller of Bath, composed by Bianchi Taylor. London. Published by I Willis and Co. Remember Love, Ballad. Words by Mrs C R Huxley, music by Sigr. Michele Costa. London. Published by I Willis and Co. Return O My Love! Ballad. Romance of the Flying Dutchman or The Phantom Ship. Poetry by Edward Ball, Music Composed by G. Herbert Rodwell. London. Goulding and D'Almaine. Rise Gentle Moon, in the Historical Drama Charles the Twelfth or the Siege of Stralsnnd. Written by J R Planche Esq. composed by John Barnett. London. Mayhew and Co. Rose, Softly Blooming! Romance in Spohr's Opera of Azor & Zemira. Words by W Ball, adapted for the English stage by Sir George Smart, newly arranged by W H Kearns. London. Goulding and D'Almaine. Rose! Thou Art the Sweetest Flower. A Ballad by Thomas Moore Esq. the music by Mrs Robert Arkwright. London. J Power. She Never Blamed Him! Never! Answer to the admired ballad Oh! No - We Never Mention Her. The poetry by Thomas H Bayly, the Symphonies and Accompaniments by Henry R Bishop. Goulding and D'Almaine. Some Lillies in a Valley Grew. Written by Miss Scott, composed by John M Jolley. London. T Williams. Stay In Pity Stranger Pray. The Music composed and Dedicated by Permission to Miss Thomas, by Miss Williams. Late pupil of Mr Bartleman. London. Printed for the Author and Sold by R Birchall. Sweet Rose of Love, a favourate balled. Written and composed by George E Gifford. London. Holland's Music Warehouse. Lays of Byron, No. 4, The Bird of Beauty's Song. Music arranged by S Nelson. The Blue Sea, song of a Greek Islander in Exile. The words by Mrs Hemans, the music by her sister. London. Willis and Co. The Bewildered Maid, a Ballad in the favorite opera of Kais or Love in the Deserts. Composed by Mr Braham. London. Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter and Co. The Childs Wish for May, a favourite song composed by Motzart. The Commandments in Ten Canons for Three, Four and Five Voices, Composed by Joseph Haydn. Printed by Clementi, Banger, Collard, Davis, Collard. London. Handwritten note "with My Clementis Comps" but addressee's name has been scrubbed out. Pencil date of 1810. Upper edge of title page is a little ragged and this page is partially detached. The Cork Leg! Written by Mr T Hudson, music arranged by J Blewitt. London. Collard and Collard, Purdy, Paine and Hopkins. The Danish Expedition, a favourite Song. Composed by W Shield. London. Broderip and Wilkinson. The Fairest Flower, the popular ballad in the musical farce of the Invincibles. The Poetry by Thomas Morton, music composed by Alexander Lee. London. Alexander Lee and Lee Regency Warehouse. The Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Halls, Irish Melody by Thomas Moore, symphonies and accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson. London. J Power. The Lass of Lochlomand. Poetry by W H Bellamy, music composed and sung by Mr H Phillips. (Signed at front by Composer) The Lass of Gowrie. Mr A Lee. London. Alexander Lee and Lee. The Light of Other Days, in the Grand Opera the Maid of Artois. Words by Alfred Bunn Esq., music by M W Balfe. London. Cramer, Addison and Beale. The Light Guitar. Written by Harry Stow van Dyk, composed by John Barnett. The Moorish Maid. By Augustine Wade, Music by C E Horn. London. Cramer, Addison and Beale. The Maid of LLanwellyn. Written by Joanna Baillie, composed and sung by Charles H Purday. London, Goulding & Co. and Clementi & Co. The Minstrel Boy. By Thomas Moore, arranged with symphonies and accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson. The Hunters Glee, from Der Freischutz. Arranged for the Piano Forte by L Zerbini, words by Sidney Waller. London. W and S Wybrow. The Sea. Sung by Mr Phillips, the poetry by Barry Cornwall, the music composed by the Chevallier Sigismond Neukomm. London. Cramer. Addison and Beale. The Steam Arm. Written and Adapted to music by H. V. Smith. London. Dale, Cockerill & Co. The Tartar Drum. Sung by Miss M Glover, Poetry by Edward Fitz Ball, the music composed by G Herbert Rodwell. London. Goulding and D'Almaine. The Wealth of the Cottage is Love. Composed by Mr Reeve. There sat upon the Linden Tree. The song of a German Minnesinger or Troubadour. Composed by William Ball. London. S Chappell. They Mourn Me Dead in My Fathers Hall and Ah! Maiden cease those pearly tears, from the Bottle Imp. Poetry by Edward Fitz Ball, music by G Herbert Rodwell. London. Goulding and D'Almaine. To Please I'll Do What I Can. Writtern by Mr Oakman and Composed by Thos Costellow. London. Longman & Broderick. We're a Noddin Nid, Nid Noddin. Arranged by L Zerbin. London. J Zerbin. While the Tender Tear is Stealing. Written and adapted by I Churchill to an Air by Motzart. London. Paine and Hopkins. Ye Banks and Braes of Bonny Doon. Words by Robert Burns. Lambeth. H Andrews. No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Estimated date only. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111047.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$935.99

Judas Maccabeus; An Oratorio composed by Mr Handel for the Voice, Harpsichord, and Violin; with the Chorusses in Score
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Judas Maccabeus; An Oratorio composed by Mr Handel for the Voice, Harpsichord, and Violin; with the Chorusses in Score

By Handel (George Frideric)

Printed for Harrison & Co. No. 18 Paternoster Row, London, 1784. Edition Unstated. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Contemporary half leather with worn board and corners. Banded spine with simple gilt decoration. Binding is sound. Clean plate printed score, free from added notation. Additional hand-wriiten page with four lines of alternative score are bound in at page 58. Pages 91 and 93 are missing its vertical margin. Engraved title page with decorative lettering. Contents page at the rear has tear from lower corner. End-papers have multiple vertical creases. Little remains of the marbled paper that once covered the boards, and only a fragment of the leather corners is still present. 94, (1). No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to COPAC. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111043..

$227.71

Acis and Galatea, a Mask, As it was Originally Composed with the Overture, Recitativo's, Songs, Duets & Choruses, for Voices and Instruments. Set to Musick by Mr. Handel
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Acis and Galatea, a Mask, As it was Originally Composed with the Overture, Recitativo's, Songs, Duets & Choruses, for Voices and Instruments. Set to Musick by Mr. Handel

By Handel (George Frideric); (John Gay)

Printed for W. Randall, succesor to the late Mr Walsh in Catharine Street, Strand, London, 1769. Edition Unstated. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Worn contemporary quarter leather with marbled paper covered boards. Plate printed music score with libretto set above vocal scores, also includes scores for "Voil", "Hautb", "Basso" (with figured bass), "Flauto piccolo", "Viola" and "Flauto". The plate printed score is clean, free from added notation and is bound together soundly. The leather spine is split and heavily flaked and covers are partially detached. The marbled paper on the covers is worn and has areas of loss. Edges are well scuffed. End-papers and inside covers have previous owners names and various small scribbles. At the rear of the volume the pasted end-paper is torn horizontally and the lower part is adrift from the rear inside cover, it includes a previous owners name and date written upside down "Ann Bonn, Book, 1802, Sarah Bonn". Some pages show a crested watermark. 89 pages. No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to British Library catalogue. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111042..

$452.48

Traditional Songs of the Maori
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Traditional Songs of the Maori

By Mervyn McLean and Margaret Orbell

Auckland University Press; Oxford University Press; A H & A W Reed Ltd, Auckland, 1973. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Good. Pasted label over initial publisher on title pages and again on reverse, the latter stating that from 1979 published by Auckland University Press and Oxford University Press so presumably this edition was printed prior to 1979 but sold afterwards. Marked unclipped dust-jacket, marked covers, rubbed edges, sound binding, clean pages. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. ISBN: 0196479762. ISBN/EAN: 9780196479767. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118041048.. 9780196479767 This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$41.74

Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XIII, William Boyce Overtures
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XIII, William Boyce Overtures

By William Boyce, Edited by Gerald Finzi

The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd, London, 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. 109 works from King Henry VIII's Manuscript. Composers and attributed composers are: Isaac; after Busnois; van Ghizeghem; Barbireau; Cornish; Henry VIII; Kempe; Cooper; Farthing; Daggere; Lloyd; Rysbye; Lloyd; Dunstable; Fayrfax; Agricola; Fevin after Ockeghem; Pygott. Also includes Facsimiles, Textual Commentary etc. Clean green covers with gilt lettering on spine, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13517071153.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$40.14

Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XLIX Hubert Parry, Songs
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XLIX Hubert Parry, Songs

By Hubert Parry, edited by Geoffrey Bush

The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd, London, 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. 40 works including Four Sonnets by William Shakespeare, the remainder are listed under the title English Lyrics. Also includes Facsimiles, Appendix, Textual Commentary etc. Library hardcover rebind incorporating laminated original paper covers, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. ISBN: 0852495854. ISBN/EAN: 9780852495858. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117071131.. 9780852495858 This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$93.12

Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XLIII, English Songs 1800-1860
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XLIII, English Songs 1800-1860

By Edited by Geofrey Bush and Nicholas Temperley

The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd, London, 1979. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. 40 works plus variants to 6 of them. Composers are: Thomas Attwood; Samuel Wesley; John Clarke-Whitfield; George Frederick Pinto; Henry Rowley Bishop; John Barnett; Michael William Balfe; John Liptrot Hatton; Samuel Sebastian Wesley; William Vincent Wallace; George Alexander Macfarren; Edward James Loder; Henry Hugo Pierson; William Sterndale Bennett. Also includes Facsimiles, Textual Commentary etc. Library hardcover rebind incorporated laminated original paper covers, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. ISBN: 0852494394. ISBN/EAN: 9780852494394. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117071123.. 9780852494394 This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$59.40

Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music XV Music of Scotland 1500-1700
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music XV Music of Scotland 1500-1700

By edited by Kenneth Elliott, song-texts edited by Helena Minnie Shire

The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd, London, 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. 85 works. Known or attributed composers are: Latin Church Music: Robert Carver; Robert Johnson; David Peebles; Francey Heagy. Music of the Reformed Church: Andro Blackhall; Andro Kemp; John Angus; David Peebles. Songs: Robert Johnson; John Fethy; Andro Blackhall; Andro Melvill; Mr. Beck. Instrumental Music: Robert Johnson John Black;; James Lauder Wilson. Also includes Facsimiles, Textual Commentary etc. Clean green covers with gilt lettering on spine, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117071120.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$125.23

Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XLII, The Judgement of Paris Thomas Augustus Arne
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XLII, The Judgement of Paris Thomas Augustus Arne

By Thomas Augustus Arne, edited by Ian Spink

The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd, London, 1978. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. The Judgement of Paris, A Masque written by William Congreve, set to Music by Thomas Augustine Arne. Also includes Facsimiles, Textual Commentary etc. Library hardcover rebind incorporating laminated original paper covers, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. ISBN: 0852494386. ISBN/EAN: 9780852494387. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117071129.. 9780852494387 This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$93.12

Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music LII, C. Villiers Stanford, Songs
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music LII, C. Villiers Stanford, Songs

By C Villiers Stanford; edited by Geoffrey Bush

The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd, London, 1986. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. 45 songs with keyboard accompaniment. Also includes Facsimiles, Textual Commentary etc. Clean green covers with gilt lettering on spine, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. ISBN: 0852496397. ISBN/EAN: 9780852496398. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117071118.. 9780852496398 This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$75.46

The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vol. I 1884
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The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vol. I 1884

By edited by W G B Page

A Brown & Sons Limited, Hull, 1884. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Brown covers with black and gilt lettering and simple decoration. Sound binding. Pages are a little darkened but are otherwise clean. Darkened end-papers with 4 previous names at front, three of them lined through. Many black and white illustrations. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; Index. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50317021033..

$178.48

The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I, Nos. I-IV and Vol II Nos. I-IV. January 1884 to December 1885
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The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I, Nos. I-IV and Vol II Nos. I-IV. January 1884 to December 1885

By ed. W G B Page

A Brown & Sons Limited, Hull, 1884. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Dark red covers with black and gilt lettering and simple decoration are lightly rubbed at the edges, ex-library copy with usual pasted labels, stamps and ticket wallet. Paper is split over webbing at internal hinges with some looseness in the front joint but covers are firmly attached, internal binding is sound, pages are clean but a little darkened. Many black and white illustrations. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; Index. January 1885: Some Ancient Crosses of Holderness by T Tindall Wildridge; Hull During the Seige, a Narrative of Troubled Times by Edward Lamplough; The Ancient Britons and the Lake Dwelling at Ulrome in Holderness by T M Evans; The Monastic Institutions of Hull and Its Vicinity by J J Sheahan. April 1885: The Late Mayoress, Mrs Albert Kate Rollit; Hull Corporation Plate; The Hymns of Andrew Marvell ascribed to Joseph Addison by Marie Hall; The Old Coaching Days by John Nicholson; Early Halifax by W Clucas; Dante Rossetti, Poet by R Curtin; A Letter from Hull During the Siege; Death of W A Gunnell. July and October 1885 (one issue): Durham by M W Whitfield; Scrutari by D D Lamplough; Letter on the Suppressed Friaries; Changes in Land and Sea by Chas S Whiting; Early Halifax by W Clucas; What is a Year? by Jno Cook; Capt. Angus Sadler of Hull, and the Boatswain of H.M.S. Orion by Charles Mason; Royal Visits to Hull, 1200-1884; Some Old Plans of Kingston-Upon-Hull; Reviews etc. 198, 188. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50317021034.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$446.32

The Book of Beauty for the Queen's Boudoir for 1846 (MDCCCXLVI)
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The Book of Beauty for the Queen's Boudoir for 1846 (MDCCCXLVI)

By Edited by Charles Jeffreys

C Jeffery, London, 1846. First Edition. Hardcover. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. Sheet Music Illustrated covers with leather spine decorated with gilt, covers are darkened and scuffed at the corners, leather is rubbed at edges, internal binding is of single sheets with a glued/gutta percha type bond, which has deteriorated such that all pages, other than end-papers are detached. Includes three chromolithographs: a "presentation" page with a coat of arms, King Henry the Eighth Presenting Anne Boleyn to His Court as Queen, and illustrated title page showing Anne Boleyn in the Tower ad MCXXXVI. Also black and white steel engravings of The Eagle Tower at the Castle of Tankarville, Normandy and of Rose Atherton. There may be missing plate of the Arms of England in the Time of Henry. Contains songs, duets,air etc with vocal parts with piano accompaniment: The Plaint of Anne Boleyn by Donizetti; The Eagle Tower by Stephen Glover; Rose Atherton by C Jefferys; The Broken Flower by Thomas Baysham; Oh! weep not ny Henry Russell; A Wise Man's Carol by Charles W Glover; The Bells of Fairy Land by Geo. L Saunders; The Royal Irish, An original March with National Airs introduced by Stephen Glover; From the MS opera "Ulrina" by S Nelson; A Daughter's Song - "When thine eye hath grown dim" by W H Montgomery; The True Cellarius arranged by Stephen Glover; Some ties of Love are broken by R F Lowell; The Cup is Oak - the Wine is Gold by Edward J Loder; Happy Home of my Childhood by George Croal; The Minstrel's Grave by James Hine; Merrily, Merrily over Land and Sea by G A MacFarren; The Weisbaden by S Da Costa; The Warrior Maid by J H Tully; Rosalind Quadrilles by C W Glover; New Lancers, adapted to the Old Figures by W H Montgomery; Anne Boleyn's March by Donizetti. Item Type: Sheet Music. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117021043.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$293.80

The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I and II Nos. 1-4 January 1884 to December 1885
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The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I and II Nos. 1-4 January 1884 to December 1885

By edited by W G B Page

A Brown & Sons Limited, Hull, 1884. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. A half-leather bound volume with banded spine and marbled covers of quarterly magazines covering a period of two years, front paper covers of each issue are bound-in, the last two quarters were published as one issue. Includes black and white plates and inset illustrations. Leather and covers are lightly rubbed at edges, bumped corners, sound binding, clean marbled end-papers, blue issue paper covers are a little darkened with light wear at some edges of some, clean pages. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; Index. January 1885: Some Ancient Crosses of Holderness by T Tindall Wildridge; Hull During the Seige, a Narrative of Troubled Times by Edward Lamplough; The Ancient Britons and the Lake Dwelling at Ulrome in Holderness by T M Evans; The Monastic Institutions of Hull and Its Vicinity by J J Sheahan. April 1885: The Late Mayoress, Mrs Albert Kate Rollit; Hull Corporation Plate; The Hymns of Andrew Marvell ascribed to Joseph Addison by Marie Hall; The Old Coaching Days by John Nicholson; Early Halifax by W Clucas; Dante Rossetti, Poet by R Curtin; A Letter from Hull During the Siege; Death of W A Gunnell. July and October 1885 (one issue): Durham by M W Whitfield; Scrutari by D D Lamplough; Letter on the Suppressed Friaries; Changes in Land and Sea by Chas S Whiting; Early Halifax by W Clucas; What is a Year? by Jno Cook; Capt. Angus Sadler of Hull, and the Boatswain of H.M.S. Orion by Charles Mason; Royal Visits to Hull, 1200-1884; Some Old Plands of Kingston-Upon-Hull; Reviews etc. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50317021026.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$518.57

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