Notated Music When bidden to the wake or fair : a favorite song in Rosina
About this Item
- When bidden to the wake or fair : a favorite song in Rosina
- Shield, William -- 1748-1829
Created / Published
- New York : Printed & sold at J. Hewitt's musical repository, 
- - Songs (Medium voice) with piano
- - Operas--Excerpts--Vocal scores with piano
- Vocal scores
- - English words, with additional verses printed separately as text.
- - Staff notation.
- - Caption title.
- - For piano and medium voice.
- - Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 459.
- - RISM (Répertoire international des sources musicales), A/I, S 3215
- - RISM (Répertoire international des sources musicales), 990059591 https://opac.rism.info/search?id=990059591&View=rism External
- - Additional copy with: The Federal Constitution & liberty for ever : a new patriotic song / written by Mr. Milns & sung with great applause by Mr. Williamson ; the music adapted by Mr. Hewitt. New York : J. Hewitt's Musical Repository, . Bound together subsequent to publication.
- 1 vocal score (1 unnumbered leaf) ; 33 cm.
- 1 score (1 page) ; 33 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
- M1.A1 S
- M1.A1 H Additional copy
Library of Congress Control Number
- http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.music/musm1a1.12144 (electronic resource)
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Shield, William. When bidden to the wake or fair: a favorite song in Rosina. [New York: Printed & sold at J. Hewitt's musical repository, 1798] Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/2015562419/.
APA citation style:
Shield, W. (1798) When bidden to the wake or fair: a favorite song in Rosina. [New York: Printed & sold at J. Hewitt's musical repository] [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2015562419/.
MLA citation style:
Shield, William. When bidden to the wake or fair: a favorite song in Rosina. [New York: Printed & sold at J. Hewitt's musical repository, 1798] Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2015562419/>.