Dance music

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Dance music

A collection of reels, waltzes and popular Victorian dances, arranged for the pianoforte, c. 1850.

Llyfr tonau

The tune book of Samuel Jones, a native of Dolgellau, 1855, containing popular songs, dances, folk tunes and hymn-tunes.

Music,

A composite volume of manuscript and printed music. The manuscript portion, compiled during the first half of the nineteenth century, comprises dances, airs, etc., of which the titles are 'Ruth' by Miss Davies ('E. L. C. Aug. 1840&#...

Music,

An early nineteenth century volume of airs, dances, etc., said on a label on the protective paper cover to have been 'copied by Mr. Gwynn of Llanbrain' [i.e., Glanbrân in co. Brecknock]. The titles include 'Lovly Nancy', '...

Music,

A music book of Mary Thereza Talbot, 1816. The titles include 'Cudyn Gwyn ', 'Diniweudrydd Colomen', 'Lesson' by [John] Parry [of Ruabon], 'Welsh Rondo', 'Lesson' by Parry, 'White January days...

Mary Thereza Talbot.

Music,

A music book of the second quarter of the nineteenth century containing a selection of vocal and instrumental pieces. The titles include 'Miss Ann Elphinston's Waltz', 'My laddie is gone . . .', 'Russian Waltz', ...

Music,

An early nineteenth century music book containing a selection of vocal and instrumental pieces. The titles include 'La Notte. Arietta italiana', 'Ebben per mia memoria' by [Gioacchino Antonio] Rossini, 'Louise de Chimay &#...

Music,

An early nineteenth century music book of Charlotte Louisa Talbot [afterwards the wife of the Reverend John Montgomery Traherne, Coedriglan] ('the gift of Mama'). The volume contains songs, psalms, hymn-tunes, dances, etc., and the title...

Charlotte Louisa Talbot (aft. Traherne).