Published January 1985
by Richard Macnutt .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
A Second Collection of Favorite Songs, sung by Master Gray, Miss Howells, Mr. Dignum, Mr. Denman, Mrs. Franklin & Mrs. Mountain at Vauxhall Gardens. Composed by Mr Hook, Although many different Vauxhall song-books were produced between and , few of them survive, and even fewer survive intact, with their engraved title page and all. Edward & Anna a favorite pastoral ballad sung by Mrs. Mountain at Vauxhall Gardens. [, monographic. published by geib and co. no. 23 maiden lane,, between and , ] Notated Music. [, monographic. published by geib and co. no. 23 maiden lane,, between and , ] Notated Music. Favorite Songs Sung At Vauxhall Gardens (v. 1): ISBN () Hardcover, Richard Macnutt, Founded in , has become a leading book price comparison site. Check out Bach, J.C.: Vauxhall Songs (Complete) by Maria Zadori on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on
The Favorite Songs Sung At Ranelagh . printed for Robert Bremner, Harp and Hautboy, opposite Somerset House in Strand, [ca. ]. “Come Ye Hours” — by Vento “Not on Beauty’s Transient pleasure” — by Giardini “Sylvia” — cantata, the words from Tasso’s Aminta “Go, Lovely Rose” — the words taken from Waller’s poems. Notated Music No, No, No, To The Woods I Cannot Stray a favorite rondo sung by Mrs. Bland with universal applause at Vauxhall Enlarge. Three weeks after marriage: a favorite song sung by Mrs. Mountain, at Vauxhall Gardens / composed by Mr. Hook. ; The words by Mr. Upton by. [Page 3: Music and Lyrics] FOREWORD. One of the primary purposes of the editor and compiler of this book was to make it possible for every one, especially the boys and girls of our schools, to become familiar with the favorite songs of our people.
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