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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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MOSCHELES, Ignaz (1794-1870) Grandes Variations pour le Piano Forte avec accompagnement de deux Violons, Alto, & Basso, composes par Ignace Moscheles [La Marche d’Alexandre, Op.32]. [Score and parts]. [ca 1835] £950.00 details
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MARCUCCI, Ferdinando (1800-1871) Two manuscript documents: Letter confirming the election of Marcucci, then Maestro di Cappella in San Giusto, as Maestro di Cappella for the Confraternity of the Santissima trinita (Holy trinity), [S.l.], Offida 20 Febraio 1848; Letter from the Apostolic Delegation of Chiaravalle, in the person of the prior of Chiaravalle, to Marcucci, ‘Maestro di Musica in Offida’, offering Marcucci the provisional position of Maestro di Musica in Chiaravalle, vacant after Settimio Barlesi (1819-1907) left for a better position, Chiaravalle, 18 Iuglio, 1856. Offida 20 Febraio 1848; 18 Iuglio, 1856 £80.00 details
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MONTAGUE, Stephen Rowley (b.1943) Midnight Moon (2003). [For piano or any keyboard instrument]. [2022] £300.00 details
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MATTHEWS, David (b.1943) Symphony No.9, Op.140. [Two sheets of orchestral score]. [2016?] £450.00 details
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MACMILLAN, James (b.1959) Rorate coeli. [For voice and piano. Score]. 2021 £1200.00 details
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MATHEWS, Charles (1776-1835) Autograph letter, signed, to Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751-1816). March 25th [ca 1810] £180.00 details
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MCFADYEN, John, STRAUSS, Johann (1804-1849), SANTOS, Duarte Joaquim dos (d.1855), CUNNINGHAM, William, MUSARD, Philippe (1793-1859), HART, Charles, POLE, J.F., SPINDLER, W.G., BALFE, Michael William (1808-1870), MOZART, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791), BELLINI, Vincenzo (1801-1835), ROSSINI, Gioachino (1792-1868), MOSCHELES, Ignaz (1794-1870), LEMOINE, Antoine Henry (1786-1854), SURENNE, John Thomas (1814-1878), KUHLAU, Friedrich (1786-1832), CZERNY, Carl (1791-1857), DUVERNOY, Jean Baptiste (d.1880), SCHUNKE, Charles, KALKBRENNER, Frédéric (1785-1849) Volume of twenty-five pieces or piano music, comprising: i) MCFADYEN, John: The Royal Victoria Quadrilles, performed by Cunningham and his Band, at the Assemblies and Nobility’s Ball. Respectfully dedicated to Mrs. J. McIver of Ardmarnock. London: Published for the Music-Sellers, [1837?]. [i (title)]. 5pp. Engraved. With the names of the dances. Title vignette of Princess Victoria. Not in LibraryHub; ii) STRAUSS, Johann (1804-1849): Victoria Coronation Quadrilles and Four Galopes, including the celebrated Coronation Galop by Johann Strauss. Glasgow: printed and published by J. Brown, [1838?]. 11pp. Pictorial title-page. Not in LibraryHub; iii) Hart’s Tenth Set of Quadrilles, Selected from Carl Maria von Weber’s Celebrated Opera Der Freyschutz, with their Proper Figures in French & English as Danced at Almacks, the Nobilitys Balls, and the Assembly Rooms Ramsgate, Composed & Arranged for the Piano Forte or Harp, and Respectfully Dedicated to Mrs. William Bosanquet of East Cliff Lodge Ramsgate. London: Mayhew & Co., [1829/30, wm 1829]. [i (title), 9pp. With dance steps; iv) SANTOS, Duarte Joaquim dos (d.1855): Les Deux Soeurs. An Admired Set of Quadrilles, Performed at Almacks & other Fashionable Balls and Assemblies. Composed and Arranged for the Piano Forte. London: Published by Keith, Prowse & Co., [ca 1835]. [i (title)], 7pp. With the names of the dances; v) CUNNINGHAM, William: The Gallant Red Coats or fourth set of Military Quadrilles, as danced at the Assemblies & Nobilitys Balls, Composed and Most Respectfully Dedicated to the Right Hob Lady Elinor Campbell of Islay & Shawfield. Second Edition. Glasgow: published byJohn McFadyen, [1838?]. [i (title)], 5pp. With the names of the dances; vi) MUSARD, Philippe (1793-1859): Musard’s Quadrilles, Les Laveuses du Couvent. Performed by the Author at the Court of the Tuilleries and by Mr. D. Murray at the Assemblies &c., composed for the Piano Forte. Edinburgh: published by Wood & Co., [1841]. [i (title)], 5pp.; vii) HART, Charles: Hart’s Rory o More Quadrilles, Arranged from Mr. Lover’s Favorite Songs of Molly Carew, When and Where, The Blarney, True love can ne’er forget, and Rory o More, for the Piano Forte or Harp, As Danced at the Nobility’s Balls. Dedicated to her Grace The Duchess of Leinster. London: J. Duff & Co., [inter 1831-1837]. Pl.no.323. [ii (title)], 8pp. With the names of the dances. LibraryHub references just one copy; viii) POLE, J.F.: The Royal Eastern Regatta, Quadrilles composed & Respectfully Inscribed to the Royal Eastern Yacht Club. Second edition. [Edinburgh]: Paterson & Roy, [ca 1835]. [i (title)], 6pp. Not in LibraryHub; ix) SPINDLER, W.G.: The Queen’s Quadrilles, As performed by Spindler & his Band, at all the fashionable Assemblies of the Nobility. Respectfully dedicated to Miss Campbell of Hallyards, 2d. Set. Edinburgh: Published & Sold by Small Bruce & Co., [inter 1830-1833]. [i (title)], 5pp. Not in LibraryHub; x) BALFE, Michael William (1808-1870): Waltz from Mr. W. Balfe’s Grand Opera The Siege of Rochelle, In which are Introduced The Favorite Airs Vive le Roi, Time is on the wing. Arranged for the Piano Forte by the Author. London: Published by Cramer, Addison & Beale, [1835]. Pl.no.1670. [i (title)], 5pp. LibraryHub references two copies; xi) STRAUSS, Johann: The Beauties of Johann Strauss: A Collection of Elegant Waltzes. Set 8, Elizabethen Walzer, Op.71. London: Printed & Sold by R. Cocks & Co., [1837]. [i (title)], 11pp. LibraryHub references two copies; xii) STRAUSS, Johann: Charmant Walzer, für das Piano Forte allein, Op.31. London: Printed & Sold by R. Cocks & Co., [1840?]. Pl.no.2506. [i (title)], 7pp. LibraryHub references just one copy; xiii) MOZART, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791): The Favorite Overture, Songs, Duetts, &c., in Mozart’s Celebrated Il Don Giovanni, for the Piano Forte, Flute and Violoncello. Arranged & Inscribed to Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cumberland by J. Mazzinghi. Book 2. [Parts]. London: D’Almaine & Co., [ca 1840]. [i (title)], 10, 3, 3pp.; xiv) BELLINI, Vincenzo (1801-1835): Airs from Bellini’s opera Il Pirata, arranged for the Piano Forte by A. Diabelli. Book I. London: Published by Metzler & Son, [ca 1830]. [i (title)], 15pp. LibraryHub references just one copy; xv) ROSSINI, Gioachino (1792-1868): Select Airs From Rossini’s celebrated Opera Tancredi, Arranged for the Piano Forte, with an Accompaniment (ad lib) for the Flute by J.F. Burrowes. In four books. [Parts]. Book 2. London: D’Almaine & Co., [ca 1840]. [i (title)], pp.11-22, 4pp.; xvi) MOSCHELES, Ignaz (1794-1870): Fantasia, On Two Favorite Subjects, The Light of Other Days, and The March, from Balfe’s Opera The Maid of Artois. Composed for the Piano Forte, And Dedicated to Lady Deerhurst. London: Published by Cramer, Addison & Beale, [1836]. Pl.no.1837. [i (title)], 11pp. LibraryHub references just one copy; xvii) MOZART, W.A.: Air, With Variations for the Piano Forte. No.21 & 49. London: D’Almaine & Co., [1836]. [i (title)], 11pp. With the publisher’s date stamp; xviii) LEMOINE, Antoine Henry (1786-1854): Quatre morceaux Favoris pour le Piano Forte. No.1, Divertissement sur Zampa, Opera de Herold. London: Published by Metzler & Co., [inter 1833-1842]. [i (title)], 9pp. Not in LibraryHub; xix) SURENNE, John Thomas (1814-1878): No.3, Donald, of Three Scotish Melodies, with familiar Variations for the Piano Forte, Op.12. Edinburgh: published by Wood & Co., [ca 1840]. [i (title)], 5pp. Not in LibraryHub; xx) KUHLAU, Friedrich (1786-1832): Three brilliant Rondos for the Piano Forte, on Favorite Themes, Op.73. No.1, La Neige, Auber. London: Published by Metzler & Son, [ca 1830]. [i (title)], 9pp. LibraryHub references one copy; xxi) CZERNY, Carl (1791-1857): Trois Airs Elegans, for the Piano Forte, Op.455. No.3, Rousseau’s Dream. Dedicated to the Ladies at Mrs. Ward’s and the Misses Smith’s Establishment. London: Printed & Sold by R. Cocks & Co., [1837]. [i (title)], 5pp.; xxii) CZERNY, Carl: Les Beautés des Operas. Three Operatic Airs for the Piano Forte, Op.454, Dedicated to the Misses Davidson of Tillychetly. No.1, Air from Preciosa, Weber. London: Printed & Sold by R. Cocks & Co., [1837]. Pl.no.3030. [i (title)], 7pp. LibraryHub references one copy; xxiii) DUVERNOY, Jean Baptiste (d.1880): Collection de Douze petits Morceaux, Extraits des Operas de Bellini, Carafa, Donizetti, Meyerbeer, Mercadante, Rossini &c. Arrangés pour le Piano Forte. No.1. London: Published by Metzler & Co., [ca 1840]. [i (title)], 3pp. Not in LibraryHub; xxiv) SCHUNKE, Charles: Pastimes for the Piano Forte. No.1, French Air. (Noel). Edinburgh: Published by Wood & Co., [ca 1840]. [i (title)], 3pp. Not in LibraryHub; xxv) KALKBRENNER, Frédéric (1785-1849): Preparatory Exercises, for the Piano Forte. No.1. Edinburgh: Published by Wood & Co., [ca 1840]. [i (title)], 7pp. Not in LibraryHub. [inter 1830-1840] £175.00 details
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MILITARY Coastal Command Band, 4/8/42-5/7/44. Diary of Performances (Military Band). Flying Training Command 'B' Band, 6/7/44-7/11/45. £150.00 details
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MOLIQUE, Bernhard (1802-1869) Volume of piano part accompaniments to Bernhard Molique's violin concertos, some in score, comprising: i) First Concerto, in manuscript. Part; ii) No.2, [Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1833?]. Pl.no.5426. Part; iii) Troisième Concerto, Op.10. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, [1877?]. Pl.no.14474. Part; iv) Viertes Concert in D, 14tes Werk. Wien: bei Tobias Haslinger, [1840?]. Pl.no.TH8030. Score; v) 5tes Concert (A minor), Op.40. Leipzig: Freidrich Hofmeister, [ca 1875]. Pl.no.3719. Part; vi) 6ième Concerto, Oeuvre 30. Vienne: Charles Haslinger qdm Tobie, [ca 1875]. TH10569. Score. [inter 1833-1877] £30.00 details
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