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  • The continental harmony containing, a number of anthems, fuges, and chorusses, in several parts : never before published

    print | 1 score (199 p.) ; 14 x 23 cm. | composed by William Billings ... (Statement Of Responsibility). Includes index. LC copy 1 imperfect: pages between the t.p. verso and p. vii wanting. Evans, 26673 (Citation/Reference). RISM, A/I/1, B2655 (Citation/Reference). Print (Form).

    • Contributor: By Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, Sold at Their Bookstore - By Said Thomas in Worcester, and by the Booksellers in Boston, and Elsewhere - Billings, William - John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress)
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1794

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    "Rear'd midst the war-empurpled plain, etc." The death song of an Indian chief : (Taken from Ouábi, an Indian Tale, in four cantos, by Philemia, a lady of Boston) / Catalog Record Only

    Caption title. For violins, clarinets, cornet, viola, tenor voice and bassoon. Full lyrics on page 2. Sonneck, Bibliography of Secular American Music, page 104.

    • Contributor: Gram, Hans
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1796
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    Alcides : an English opera / Catalog Record Only

    Incidental music for the play by Tobias Smollett, with aditional words attributed to Thomas Morell. "For Dr. Arnold's edition of Handel's works, from the statue in Vauxhaull Gardens"--Frontispiece. Pl. no.: 84-85. With: Acis and Galatea / composed ... by G.F. Handel. Other issue of score in LC with pl. no. 83-85 (M3.H21 83-85); "83" apparently an error corrected in later issues. Cf. Handel, a ...

    • Contributor: Handel, George Frideric
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1790
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    Nelson's victory. Catalog Record Only

    Title from caption of tambourine part. LC set incomplete: all but tambourine part wanting. No. 5 in a vol. with binder's title: Accompaniments.

    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1799
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    Citizen soldiers : a new patriotic song / Catalog Record Only

    For voice and piano. Interlinear words (1st verse); subsequent verses printed as text. Handwritten on verso of leaf: "From the composer Mr. G. Booth to Edward Mayo." LC copy has provenance of Marian S. Carson.

    • Contributor: Taylor, R.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 179?
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    Washington's mar[c]h ; Washington's march at the Battle of Trenton. Catalog Record Only

    For piano. The 2nd work attributed to Francis Hopkinson.

    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1790
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    La Carmagnole. Catalog Record Only

    For high voice and piano; includes guitar arrangement on page 3 [104]. French words. Staff notation. Caption title. Page numbering in ink. LC copy stamped on page 3 [104]: 702639. Acquisition number in pencil on front cover and page 3 [104]: 366. "455434'34"--Page 1 [102], in ink.

    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1794
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    O'er the rude rocks which bound her coasts : a favorite song sung by Mr. Sedgwick in A trip to the Nore / Catalog Record Only

    Title from caption. Accompaniment arranged for keyboard instrument; interlinear words; includes chorus in full score. Staff notation. Pages also numbered 17-20. Lyricist may be Grubb, John, 18th/19th cent.

    • Contributor: Attwood, Thomas
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1797
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    Introduction to A Trip to the Nore / Catalog Record Only

    Titles of the pieces from their respective captions. Composer of the 2nd work unknown. Arranged for keyboard instrument; the song has interlinear words. Staff notation. Pages of the two works also numbered 1, 2, 3 and 2, 3, 4; apparently originally published separately. On the last page of the 2nd piece is a part with interlinear words: "For the Ger: Flute or Guittar."

    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1797
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    To Duncan and glory : a favorite song sung by Mr. Sedgwick in A trip to the Nore / Catalog Record Only

    Title from caption. Composer unknown. Accompaniment arranged for keyboard instrument with interlinear words. Staff notation.

    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1797
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    The Battle of Prague : favorite sonate for the piano forte. Catalog Record Only

    Composed by Franz Kocžwara. Cf. RISM A/I/5.

    • Contributor: Kotzwara, Franz
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1790
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    Brother soldiers all hail! ; to which is added A toast / Catalog Record Only

    For voice and piano, with clarinet and guitar ad libitum; instrumental interlude for flute or violin on p. 4 preceeding Toast. Photocopy from original in possession of Arthur Billings Hunt.

    • Contributor: Hopkinson, Francis
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1799
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    Brother soldiers all hail! ; to which is added A toast / Catalog Record Only

    For voice and piano, with guitar and clarinet ad libitum; instrumental interlude for flute or violin on p. 4 preceeding Toast. Includes additional verses printed as text.

    • Contributor: Hopkinson, Francis
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1799
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    The Battle of the Nile : a favorite patriotic song / Catalog Record Only

    For high voice and piano; includes arrangement for flute on page [2]. Interlinear English words by J. W. Fielding--British union catalogue of early music. Staff notation. Caption title. LC copy 1 stamped on back cover: 447984. Acquisition number in pencil on copy 1 front and back cover: 07-82-083.103. Acquisition number in pencil on copy 1 front and back cover: 07-82-083.104.

    • Contributor: Fielding, J. W.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1798