Smith, William C., Handel : a descriptive catalogue of the early editions. 2nd ed. with supplement, p. 94, no. 4. The libretto, by Charles Jennens, is adapted from Milton's L'allegro and his Il penseroso; the text of Il moderato is by Jennens, from a sketch by James Harris. LC copy bound with: Jephtha.
At head of title, inscribed in ink: "A 3d set of" The pages numbered 36-50. Smith, William C., Handel : a descriptive catalogue of the early editions. 2nd ed. with supplement, p. 265. LC copy bound with: Jephtha.
print |  l., 40 p. of music ; 25 x 36 cm. | composte da Carlo Filippo Emanuele Bach. (Statement Of Responsibility). First ed. Cf. Wotquenne, Alfred. Thematisches Verzeichnis der Werke von C. PH. E. Bach. Wiesbaden, 1964. For harpsichord. Pl. no.: Nro. XV. Print (Form).
Contributor:Alle Spese DI Giovanni Ulrico Haffner - Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel
Song from a masque, with figured bass; includes part for guitar or flute at end. Caption title. Music by T.A. Arne. No. 17 in a vol. with binder's title: Songs [compiled by] Louisa Susannah Wells, 1770-4. Purchased March 18, 1992.
Easter oratorio in two parts for soloists (SSAAT), chorus (SATB), and orchestra. Manuscript in ink. Libretto by Metastasio. The number 239 appears on the title page. Purchase; Sotheby's; June 8, 2011. Italian words. Staff notation.
Oratorio in three acts. For soprano, alto, tenor, bass, violins, viola, cello, oboes, bassoons, and continuo. Vocal and instrumental parts numbered Book 2d through Book 15th. Manuscript. In ink. Libretto by Thomas Morrell; cf. Grove music online. Library has: Book 2d. canto, Book 3d. alto, Book 4th tenor voice, Book 5th basso voice, Book 6th violino primo, Book 7th violino secondo, Book 8th violino ...
Staff notation. The pagination 161-167 is from the 'Overtures in Score' (1740) and takes the place of the original pagination 2-8 of the earlier editions. Cf. Smith. Smith, William C. Handel : a descriptive catalogue of the early editions. 2nd ed. with supplement, p. 104, no. 4 RISM, A/I/4, H 537
Music principally for one recorder. Same text and folding plate (p. 1-10) as p. 1-9 of Peter Prelleur's Directions for playing on the flute, pt. 2 of his Modern musick-master, London, 1730. "A Dictionary explaining such Greek, Latin, Italian and French words as generally occur in musick" and advertisements: p. 1-4 at end. Engraved frontispiece by T. Gardner, recently hand-colored. Quarter leather, paper boards, ...
Seven arias for unspecified (high) voice and chamber orchestra; one recitative with keyboard accompaniment; unrealized figured bass for keyboard instrument. Composers named in caption titles of the individual arias from the two pasticcios: Sigr. Vinci, Sigr. Pescetti and Sigr. Hasse. Singers named in caption titles of the individual arias: Sigr. Andreoni, Sigra. Moscovita and Sigr. Carestini. Librettist of Meride e Selinunte is Zeno; the ...
Contains the Overture, March, solos, and duet. Libretto by Newburgh Hamilton. Includes p. 79-81 paginated by hand. LC copy has bookplate of Gilbert Samuel Inglefield. RISM A/I/4, H 806 Smith, William C., Handel : a descriptive catalogue of the early editions. 2nd ed. with supplement, p. 130, no. 3, variant. Purchase; 2006.
LC copy has bookplate of Gilbert Samuel Inglefield. English words. Smith, William C. Handel : a descriptive catalogue of the early editions. 2d ed. with supplement, p. 110, no. 1 RISM, A/I/4, H 601 Purchase; Sotheby's; Dec. 4, 2007.