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DEMAUSSE, Mons. Nouvelle Méthode de Musique inventée par M. Demausse. [in Machines et inventions approuvées par l'Académie Royale des Sciences, depuis son établissement jusqu’à present; avec leur Description Dessinées & publiées du Consentement à l’Académie par M. Gallon]. [1735] £75.00 details
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MASSARD, Léopold (1812-1889), engraver Spontini. [Portrait of the conductor and composer Gaspare Spontini (1774-1851)]. [ca 1850] £20.00 details
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BACH, Johann Christian (1735-1782), GIORDANI, Giuseppe (1751-1798), MAYR, Giovanni Simone (1763-1845), SALIERI, Antonio (1750-1825), CAPELLI, GUGLIELMI, Pietro Carlo (1772-1817), PAISIELLO, Giovanni (1740-1816), FEDERICI, Vincenzo (1764-1826), GIARDINI, Felice (1716-1796), FERRARI, Giacomo Gotifredo (1763-1842), SARTI, Giuseppe (1729-1802), POZZI, Carlo, MAZZINGHI, Joseph (1765-1844), WINTER, Peter von (1754-1825), PAER, Ferdinando (1771-1839), PORTUGAL, Marcos Antonio de Fonseca (1762-1830) Volume of vocal works, comprising: i) BACH, Johann Christian (1735-1782), Cara Sposa Del Sigr. Bach. [Score]. Printed by Longman and Broderip, [1783?]. 6pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/1 B 171 and BUC p.74 reference the same single copy.; ii) GIORDANI, Giuseppe (1751-1798), Caro mio ben. A Celebrated Song, Sung by Sigr. Pacchierotti with Universal Applause at the Concert for the Musical Fund at the Opera House. [Score]. Printed & sold by Jn. Preston, [1782]. 4pp. RISM A/I/3 G 2184. BUC p.378.; iii) Senza Costruto o Cara. Canzonetta Veneziana. Printed for T. Monzani, [wm 1797]. A Collection of Periodical Italian Songs, Duets, Trios, &c., No.8. [3] pp. With arrangement for Spanish guitar of six strings; iv) Parona Compatime, A Celebrated Venetian Air, No.142, With Harp or Piano Forte Accompaniment. Printed for Monzani & Cimador, [inter 1800-1803]. 4pp.; v) MAYR, Giovanni Simone (1763-1845), Un dolce raggio. A favorite Rondo as Sung by Signora Vinci at the King’s Theatre, Haymarket, in the Opera of La Principessa Filosofa. Printed for Corri & Co., [1801?]. 7pp. Not in RISM.; vi) SALIERI, Antonio (1750-1825), Da questi lineamenti. The favorite fortune-telling Song, as sung at the King’s Theatre in the Hay Market by Sigra. Storace in the Comic Opera of I Zingari in Fiera. Printed for J. Dale, [1793]. 6pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/7 S 574 and BUC p.915 reference the same two copies.; vii) CAPELLI, Ferma aspetta, Conservati fedele. Printed & sold by J. Bland, [178?]. Periodical Italian Song, No.45. 4pp. + orchestral parts; vii) GUGLIELMI, Pietro Carlo (1772-1817), A compir già vò l’impresa. Recitative and air, With a Violin Obligato, Sung by Signora Banti & Accompanied by Mr. Cramer, At the King’s Theatre, Haymarket In the Opera of La Vendetta di Nino. [Score]. Printed for Corri, Dussek & Co., [1794]. Pl.no.673. 16pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/3 G 5016; viii) PAISIELLO, Giovanni (1740-1816), Che a parte mi vuoi crudele. A favorite Song in the Second Act in the Opera of Elfrida, as Sung by Signora Banti. [Score]. Printed for Rt. Birchall, [wm 1808]. 14pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/13 PP 254a.; ix) FEDERICI, Vincenzo (1764-1826), Cavatina, Che mai Feci amici Dei, Sung by Madam Mara in the Opera L'Usurpator Innocente. [Score]. Printed by Longman and Broderip, [1790]. 5pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/2 F 166.; x) GIARDINI, Felice (1716-1796), Son Padrona è sono Amante, Sung by Signora Laurenti, In the Opera of Ninetta. Printed for the Author & Sold by Rt. Birchall, [1790?]. 10pp. Drop title. Not in RISM or BUC.; xi) FEDERICI, Vincenzo, Rondo, Se ti Perdo o Caro bene, Sung by Madam Mara in the Opera L'Usurpator Innocente. [Score]. Printed by Longman and Broderip, [1790]. 8pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/2 and A/I/11 F 170.; xii) FERRARI, Giacomo Gotifredo (1763-1842), Io son capricciosetto, Sung by Signor Viganoni, At the King’s Theatre, Haymarket, in the Comic Opera of La Scuola de Maritati. Printed for the Author & to be had at Corri, Dussek & Co., [ca 1800]. 11pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/3 F 327. references just one copy; xiii) SARTI, Giuseppe (1729-1802), Va dove cadono in seno al gange, Cavatina as Sung in the Opera of Alessandro e Timoteo, by Madme. Banti. Adapted for the Piano Forte by J.B. Cimador. Printed for Monzani & Cimador, [ca 1800]. 3pp. Drop title. BUC p.20.; xiv) POZZI, Carlo, Donne donne, A favorite Song, Sung by Sigr. Morelli, in the Comic Opera of I Contadini Bizzari. Printed by Longman and Broderip, [1794]. A Collection of Periodical Italian Songs, Duets, &c., no.39. 10pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/13 P 5305b.; xv) MAZZINGHI, Joseph (1765-1844), Dolce mi parve un di, Sung by Signora Delicati, in the Opera of La Cosa Rara. Printed by Longman and Broderip, [1789]. 6pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/5 M 1591. BUC p.664.; xvi) WINTER, Peter von (1754-1825), Qual diletto insiem m’onanda. A Favorite Cavatina as Sung by Sigr. Viganoni, in the Opera of I due Fratelli Rivali. Printed for Rt. Birchall, [1800]. 11pp. Drop title. RISM A/I/9 W 1333 and BUC p.1085 reference the same single copy.; xvii) PAER, Ferdinando (1771-1839), A Favorite Pollacca, Sung by Sigr. Vaganoni, in the Opera of L’Angiolina. Printed by M. Kelly, [1802?, wm 1794?]. 7pp. Drop title. With the signature of the violinist Paolo Ludovico Spagnoletti (1773-1834).; xviii) PORTUGAL, Marcos Antonio de Fonseca (1762-1830), Eccesso di Contento. The Favorite Pollaca Sung by Mrs. Billington in the Opera of Fernando in Mexico. Printed with Mrs. Billington’s permission) by Rt Birchall, [1803?]. 4pp. Drop title.; xix) [SALIERI], Che giorno di contento. Polacca as Sung by Mad. Vinci in the Opera of Langiolina. Printed by Monzani & Cimador, [1802?]. A Collection of Periodical Italian Songs, Duets, Trios, &c., no.146. 8pp. Drop title. [1789-1803?] £350.00 details
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AUTOGRAPH BOOK Autograph book containing many signatures and some inscriptions of musicians (singers, conductors and instrumentalists) and actors. 1942-3] £85.00 details
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SHARP, Granville (1735-1813) A Short Introduction to Vocal Music. The Second Edition. 1777 £950.00 details
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KLAVARSKRIBO What is Klavarskribo? 2nd edition. [ca 1940] £40.00 details
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PERGOLESI, Giovanni Battista (1710-1736), CORRI, Natale (1765-1822), CIMADOR, Giovanni Battista (1761-1805), BIGGS, Edward Smith, CORRI, Domenico (1746-1825) Volume of vocal works, comprising: i) PERGOLESI, Giovanni Battista (1710-1736), Stabat Mater. Printed & Sold by Robt. Birchall, [wm 1802]. 43pp. RISM A/I/6 and A/I/13 P 1349. BUC p.771.; ii) CORRI, Natale (1765-1822), A Set of Six Italian Songs, With an Accompaniement [sic] for the Harpsichord and Violin Being a Selection of the Celebrated Compositions of Haydn, Paesiello, Sarti, Gazzaniga, Kozeluch, Cherubini. Arranged & most Respectfully Dedicated To the Right Honble. The Countess of Hadinton. Edinr.: Printed for N. Corri, [1791]. [i (title)], 3 (song translations), ii (list of subscribers). 24pp. RISM A/I/2 C 4130. BUC p.225.; iii) Longman & Broderip’s Collection of Vocal Italian Music, with Accompaniments; for the Grand & Small Piano Forte, or Pedal Harp. Longman & Broderip, [ca 1790]. [i (title)], 13pp. RISM B/II. BUC p.224. BUC p.628.; iv) CIMADOR, Giovanni Battista (1761-1805), Five Airs With Recitatives, and a Duett, Selected from the Opera of Pygmalion. Dedicated to Miss Hamilton. [Vocal score]. Monzani and Cimador, [wm 1799]. Decoratively bordered title-page. 23pp. Imprint not in RISM or BUC - only three copies known of the 1797 imprint.; v) [BIGGS, Edward Smith], Twelve Venetian Airs for the Voice, with original Poetry, Adapted, with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte. The last Six Airs which are Arranged as Duetto’s may be sung by a single voice. Printed for Rt. Birchall, [wm 1802]. [i (title)], 25pp. Initialled and numbered “EB 479”. RISM A/I/11 BB 2636 I, 9 references just one copy.; vi) [BIGGS, Edward Smith], A Second Set of Twelve Venetian Airs For the Voice, With Original Poetry, Adapted, with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte. The last Six Airs which are Arranged as Duetto’s may be Sung by a single voice. Printed for Rt. Birchall, [wm 1802]. [i (title)], 25pp. Initialled and numbered “EB 205”. RISM A/I/11 BB 2636 I, 9 references just one copy.; vii) [BIGGS, Edward Smith], A third Set of Twelve Venetian Airs for the Voice, with original poetry adapted, with an Accompaniment for the Harp or Piano Forte. The last six Airs which are Arranged as Duetto’s may be sung by a single voice. Printed for Rt. Birchall, [wm 1802]. [i (title)], 25pp. Initialled and numbered “EB 214”. RISM A/I/11 BB 2636 I, 9 references just one copy.; viii) CORRI, Domenico (1746-1825), The Favourite Songs In the Opera Alessandro nel Indie. Printed and sold by R. Bremner, [1774]. [i (title)], 21pp. RISM A/I/2 and A/I/11 C 4045. BUC p.223. [1774-1802] £475.00 details
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ROBERTS, Jeremy Dale (1934-2017) Cllo Concerto - 'Deathwatch'. [Score]. [1974?] £20.00 details
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PALMA, Filippo Sei Arie con Istromenti, Opera Terza. [Score]. 1749 £275.00 details
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GOLDSCHMIDT, Berthold (1903-1996) Mediterranean Songs. Poems by Byron, James Stephens, Lawrence Durrell, Bernard Spencer, Jams Elroy Flecker and Shelley. [Score] [ca 1980] £12.50 details
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