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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791.
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An early nineteenth century volume whose contents are described on a paper label on the upper cover as 'Harp Music & Songs'. The titles include 'Arietta' by [?Michele] Mortellari, 'Swedish Air', 'Zephir', 'Sicilian Muleteer's Song', 'Accompanyment to Portuguese Air', 'Irish Air', 'Indian Dirge', 'German March', 'March', 'Romance' by [Étienne Nicolas] Méhul, 'Additional variations to Llangollen Vale', 'Gently touch the Warbling lyre', 'Cudyn Gwyn', 'Codiad yr Haul', 'Plygaid y bedol', [ ] by [John] Parry [of Ruabon], 'Welsh Air with Variations', 'Wallace' by [ ] Weippert, 'Llangollen Vale' by [ ] Tomlins, 'Savourna Delish' by [ Johann Bernhard] Logier, 'Rousseau's dream', [ ] 'From Lord Lothian', 'Rest weary Traveller' ('var: Kiallmark'), 'Ah pria the l'impegno' by [Joseph] Gelinek, 'On this Cold flinty rock', 'Arietta Romana', 'A rose tree in full bearing' (variations by Meyer), 'Count Sax's Minuet', 'Meillionen or Sir Watkins Delight', 'Ysgin Aur', 'Rhyban Morfydd' ('Gosteg or Prelud[e]'), 'Megen a Gollodd ei gardas', 'Rondo pour la Harpe', 'Das Mädchen', 'Air in Alonzo & Imogene', 'Dance', 'Meillionen', 'Pray Goody', 'Hoffder y Gwyneddigion', 'Oh no we never mention her', 'Dunque non sentj O Barbara', 'My lodging is on the cold ground', 'Air-Count Neuburg', 'Bugle Tune', 'March', 'Sweet Richard', 'Adagio' (Mora's Love), 'Grand March in Didone' by [Michele] Mortellari, 'Caingc Llywelyn', 'Brown Irish Girl', 'My Heart & Lute', 'La Poisonniere', 'Der Tippich Kramer', 'Fly not yet', 'Go where Glory waits thee', 'La cidarem la mano' by [Wolfgang Amadeus] Mozart, 'Pastoral Sinfonia' by [Ludwig van] Beethoven, 'Romance from the Opera of Joseph' by Mehul, 'The Legacy', 'Largo Lee', 'Twas within a mile of Edinburgh town', etc.

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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'), 'Canzonetta Veneziana' by Gio. Batta. Perucchini, 'Death Song of the Cherokee Indian', 'Hopswaltze' by [ ] Meyer, 'Lady Bruce' by [ ] Weippert, 'Waltz', 'Christmas Carol' ('Russian Air'), 'Geschwind Walzer', 'Walzer', 'Cottillon', 'Mary Anne's Waltz', 'Modinha', 'When thro' Life . . .' by R. Broadley, 'When forc'd to part . . .' [by R. Broadley], 'Air for the Harp' by James Meyer, senior, 'Serch Hudol', 'Venetian Rondo', ‘'Welsh [air]', 'Lesson' by [ ] Meyer, 'Breuddwyd y Frenhines', 'Brave Jonathan his bow ne'er drew' ('Oratorio of Saul' by Handel), 'Waltz' by [Ludwig van] Beethoven, 'Mazurka', 'Paul Garat', 'Waltz' by [Wolfgang Amadeus] Mozart, 'Wálecná, Pjsen pro Ceskau obranu', 'Pedal March' ('in imitation of a band marching thro' a town'), 'Imogen', 'Waltz', 'Slingsby' s Allemande', 'Lady Sutherland's reel' ('M[ary] T[hereza] T[albot]'), 'The Perthshire Hunt', 'The College Hornpipe', 'Garthland's Strathspey', 'The Tank', 'Mrs. McLeod of Raza', 'Awake my soul . . .', 'The Cosack', 'The Villagers', 'Danse A la Cosaque', 'Miss Flora Steibelt', 'The retreat', 'General Graham's Victory', 'Over the sunny hills I stray . . .', 'La Terza ', 'Bradalbaine's farewell to Ireland', 'The Broom of ?Cowden Brown', 'Prussian Waltz', 'An Irish Air', 'My Grandmothers hop', 'Diniweudruydd Colomen', 'A Welsh Air' ('Planxty Jane'), 'Lesson' (3), 'African Song', 'Waltz', 'Ecossaizer Waltz', 'The Rose of Aberdeen', 'Chartreuse', 'The Glen of Gorbaul', 'The Pampluna Waltz', 'Austrian Military Waltz', 'Albanian Waltz', 'Montpellier Waltz', 'Alpine Waltz', 'Slow March', 'Quick March', 'Louise', 'Elisabeth', 'March. Musquetier Regiment' by [ ] von ?Koslov, 'The Stormont Lads', 'Kin[?g] Caldrums reel', 'Prince of Saxe Coburg's March' (1814), 'Waltz', 'La Perle' by Princess Charlotte [Augusta ] (2); 'Le Sentiment' by P[rinces]s Charlotte], 'Mother Shipton', 'Moll in the Wad', 'Sweedish Waltz', 'L'Anacreon', 'Pipe de Tabac', 'Minuet in Don Giovanni', 'Albanian Waltz','Mazurka' (2), 'Ffoliad Llantrissant', 'Modinha ' ('Portuguese'),'Mazurka', ('Jane's) Mazurka', 'Rondo', 'Thro' the wood Laddie', 'Prince of Waterloo', 'Carron Side', 'Minuet to the Overture to Sampson' by [George Frederic] Handel, 'Sound an Alarm' by Handel, 'Bonnie wee thing', 'St. Patrick's day in the morning with Vars.', 'Rheinweinlied ', 'Kathleen O'More' ('Irish Air'), 'Waltz', 'in Ballet of Figaro', 'Waltz 4th' by [ ] Manson, 'Rushing' ('Irish Boat Song'), 'Cornish Waltz' ('Copied C. M.'), 'Cornet Waltz', 'Leipsic Waltz', 'Waltz', 'Lough Sheeling ' ('Copied'. 'Irish'), 'Tune. Within this Village lives a maid' ('Copied'. 'Irish'), 'Rant des Vaches', etc. The printed collections are Anton Diabelli: 'Euterpe eine Reihe moderner and vorzüglich beliebter Tonstücke . . . (Wien, n.d.), Albert [Gottlieb] Methfessel: Sechs Lieder . . . ( Leipzig, n.d.), and [Carl Friedrich] Zelter: Lieder, Balladen and Romanzen . . . 2 Hefte (Berlin, n.d.). Bound into the volume at the beginning is an incomplete list of the manuscript music.

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A composite volume containing vocal arias, cavatinas, and duets by Gioacchino Rossini, Giovanni Paisiello, Bonifazio Asioli, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; and printed arias composed by Vincenzo Righini and dedicated by him to the Princess Frederica of Prussia. The volume is lettered on the upper cover and on the spine 'Vocal. Italian'.

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A volume containing 'Rousseau's Dream' by J. B. Cramer; Swiss airs and a Swiss dance; a quadrille; waltzes by Carl Maria von Weber, Balduci [sic, for Boildieu?], Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johan Nepomuka Hummel, etc.; a German drinking song; Gaelic, Tyrolese (one by Joseph Kuffner), Irish, French, Danish and German airs; marches; a pastorale by Franҫois Adrien Boildieu; a harp air; gallopades; a polonaise; Hungarian melody; preludes for the harp by P. M. Meyer ('Not to be copied'); hymn-tunes (to words by Thomas Kelly, William Cowper, John Newton, Joseph Addison, Reginald Heber, etc.); Scotch airs (to words by Miss --- Drinkwater); chants by Sir J. Stepenson; a psalm-tune; a Portuguese song ('modinha'); etc.

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  • NLW MS 10943C.
  • File
  • [mid 19 cent.].

A volume entitled 'The Nightingale Anthems, Choruses and Tune Book', containing compositions by G. F. Handel (including one sung to words by Hugh Jones ('Erfyl')); W. A. Mozart; J. Ambrose Lloyd; John Ellis, Llanrwst (arrangements by William Owen, Prysgol, and 'O[wain] Alaw'); Giacomo Carissimi; Owen Davies ('Eos Llechryd'); John Owen ('Owain Alaw'), including compositions to words by John Jones, ('Talhaiarn'), Edward Roberts ('Iorwerth Glan Aled'), John Jones ('Ioan Tegid'), and Hugh Jones ('Erfyl'), and a winning composition at the Tremadoc Eisteddfod, 1851; E[dward] Stephen ('Tanymarian'); Franz Joseph Haydn; John Mills ('Ieuan Glan Alarch'); John Roberts ('Ieuan Gwyllt'); Brinley Richards (to words by 'Talhaiarn'); and others. On the fly-leaf is a printed leaflet of hymns, etc. to be sung at the re-opening of Clynnog Church, 2 June, 1856, and a manuscript round for three voices by Dr. Philip Hayes. The volume is indexed.

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  • NLW MS 9143E.
  • File
  • [18 cent., second ½].

A volume of trio parts for violin, viola, and violoncello by Beethoven, Mozart, Boccherini, and others, partly in manuscript and partly printed.

Notebook

A notebook containing extracts by D. Emlyn Evans from the works of Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart and others, and a copy of three stanzas entitled 'Y Friallen Fathredig', translated from Goethe by 'Dyfedon'.