File NLW MS 11975D. - Music,

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NLW MS 11975D.




  • [19 cent., second ¼]. (Creation)

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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', '2d Russian Waltz', 'Rise gentle Moon' ('written by J. Planche, Esq., composed by J[ohn] Barnett'), 'Frankfurter Waltz', ['Lady Roseberry's] Waltz', 'Nubian Girl's Song', ['Canone'] by [Benedetto] Ferrari, 'Bonna Notte' ('arranged, and to be had of Mr. Verani, 19 New Castle Street, Strand'), 'What is life', 'Kyrie Eleison', 'Ascension Day', 'Thanksgiving', 'Hear my Prayer' by [James] Kent ['For Charlotte Talbot'], 'Oh had I the wings of a Dove', 'La Rosalia' (composed by Signor Verani, 19 New Castle Street, Strand), 'Il Velo' [by Ferrari], 'La bergere', 'Barcarolla' ('poesia del Metastasio'; arranged, and to be had of, Mr. Verani, 19 New Castle Street, Strand), 'Bellezza mia . . .' by [Giuseppe Marco Maria Felice] Blangini, 'La Description des Fleurs' (arranged, and to be had of, Mr. Verani, 19 New Castle Street, Strand), an air by [George Frederic] Handel, 'The Sleeper', 'Cancion', 'Mr. Wall's waltz', 'Minuetto', 'Swiss Air', 'Bolero', 'Fandango ', 'El Pescador', 'Waltzer', 'Welsh Ranz des Vaches', 'Air' by H. G., 'Duo ', 'Ave Sanctissima' (words by Mrs. [Felicia Dorothea] Hemans), 'Bolero', 'Der Geisbue', 'Fare-well dear Maid . . .' by Mr. Broadley, 'Cancion del Ramo', 'Cancion Patriotica', 'La Ausencia', 'Cancion', 'Polish Waltz', 'Shelah O'Neill', 'Gamut for the Guitar', 'Addio Teresa', 'Aria Veneziana', 'Cara Eliza . . .' by Blangini, 'The Mermaids Song' by [Franz Joseph] Haydn , 'Der Alpen Jager', 'All Enk Nachbarslenten', 'Das Schiizenlied', 'Der Tyroler Landsturm', ['Il Cucu'] by [Giacomo Gotifredo] Ferrari, 'Waltzer', 'Francalanza', [ ] by [Gioacchino Antonio] Rossini, 'Polonaise' by Count [ Michal Kleofas] Oginsky, 'Nina nou dir ni no' [by Blangini], 'Celui qui sut toucher mon coeur', 'Sweet Richard' ('Welsh Jig'), 'A favorite Swiss Air' ('In imitation of a Musical Snuff Box'), 'Non giova il sospirar', 'The Pirates' Serenade', 'In la Marchese Giardiniera', 'The Pilgrim Fathers ', 'The Pilot', 'I have known thee' by [ ] Bayley, 'Merch Megan', ['Duet '] by [Karl] Czerny, 'La Varsovienne' by [ ] Varelski, 'El Pajarito', 'Ffarwel f'ieuengtid', 'Hymn', 'Canzone popolare romanesco, 'Fandango' by [ ] Beczwarzowski, 'Quadrille', 'Polonaric Duet', 'Cancion Guerera' by D. J. Assencio, 'Rondo' by [Johann Sebastian] Bach, 'Hoffder y Gwyneddigion', 'Duet-The Waltz', 'Waltzer', 'The Voice of Home' (music by J. Lodge, Esq., words by Mrs. Hemans), 'Galopade', 'Quadrille', 'Quadrille', 'Polonaise' by [Wolfgang Amadeus] Mozart, [Waltzes] by [ ] Beczwarzowski, 'Quadrille', 'Waltz' by [ ] Haperman, 'Reveil du 63me Régiment' ('pour Fanfares') by G. Mansel, 'Bruder schwingt nun die Pokali', etc., from 'Zampa' by [Louis Joseph Ferdinand Herold], 'Les plaisirs de Rosny', 'The Bagpipe', 'March in Masaniello', 'Corsican Air', 'We have lived and loved together', 'March', 'Air by Mr. Gwynne of Glanbrane', 'Duett' by [ ] Guglielmi (emended to [Niccoló Antonio] Zingarelli), 'Waltz' by [Karl Gottlieb] Reissiger, 'Meillionen', 'Air in Alcina' by Handel, 'Bundeslied', 'Trinklied', 'Der Lands Vater', 'Ma Normandie', 'How sweetly could I lay my head', 'Lord Beauchamp's March', etc. The fly-leaf contains a progressive list of contents of the volume.

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English, Welsh, Italian, German, Spanish, Latin.

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The description is also available in the Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume IV (Aberystwyth, 1971).

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Formerly known as Traherne-Mansel Franklen 117.


Preferred citation: NLW MS 11975D.

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