Book/Printed Material To Anacreon, in heav'n
About this Item
- To Anacreon, in heav'n
- Contributor Names
- [Smith, John Stafford?] -- 1750-1836 (author)
- [Tomlinson, Ralph] (lyricist)
- Created / Published
- J. Fielding, London, .
- Subject Headings
- - Songs (High voice) with piano
- - Drinking songs
- - Popular Songs of the Day
- - Songs and Music
- - american revolution (1763-1783)
- - Sports and Leisure
- - First book printing of both the poem and the tune of the Anacreontic song. There is reasonable historical doubt about John Stafford Smith's actual composition of the melody.
- - Published in "The vocal enchantress," pages 336-338.
- LC Classification
- M1740.V58 1783 (case)
- Online Format
- First book printing of both the poem and the tune of the Anacreontic song. There is reasonable historical doubt about John Stafford Smith's actual composition of the melody. Published in "The vocal enchantress," pages 336-338.
- Additional Metadata Formats
- METSXML Record
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Chicago citation style:
Smith, John Stafford?, and Ralph Tomlinson. To Anacreon, in heav'n. [J. Fielding, London, 1783] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.100010460/.
APA citation style:
Smith, J. S. & Tomlinson, R. (1783) To Anacreon, in heav'n. [J. Fielding, London] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.100010460/.
MLA citation style:
Smith, John Stafford?, and Ralph Tomlinson. To Anacreon, in heav'n. [J. Fielding, London, 1783] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/ihas.100010460/>.
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