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A JOURNAL OF
a Collectioir of Vocal and Instrumental Slusic.
Print&D POR THE PROPRIBTORS, AND PUBLISHBD BY
EDINBURGH; MILLIKIN, DUBLIN ;
LONDON: PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES,
LIST OF THE MUSICAL PIECES
1. “Oh, very sweet was morning's dawn," a Canzonet, || 17. Divertimento for the piano-forte, from “ Il Tancredi,"
composed for this work, by Mr. BR AHAM ; the H by Rossini.
poetry by the late M, G. Lewis, Esq., M.P. || 18. Canzonet, BEETHOVEN; “ My wife's a winsome wee 2. “ Non nobis, Domine.”
thing;" the words by Robt. Jamieson, M.A., F.S.A. 3. « Portrait Charmont,” a popular French ariette, with || 19. March, for the piano-forte, composed for this work, by an accompaniment for the piano-forte or harp.
FERDINAND RIES. 4. Change thy mind, since she does change" a Canzonet. || 20. “To fair Fidele's grassy tomb,” a duet, by Dr. NARES,
by HAYDN, never before published in this country; the poetry by Collins. the poetry by Robert Earl of Essex, Earl Marshal || 21. “ Lesbia, live to love and pleasure," a Canzonet, by of England, in 1599.
VINCENZO RIGHINI ; the poetry translated from 5. “Here's a health to those far away,” a Scotch national
Catullus, by Dr. Langhorne. melody, with an accompaniment adapted to it for || 22. “Oh, the moment was sad," a popular Irish melody, this work.
sung by Miss Stephens at Concerts and Oratorios. 6. A Divertimento for the piano-forte, being an entre-duct || 23. Divertimento for the piano-forte, consisting of a
to a new German Opera, by CARL MARIA Jon | Spanish, a Russian, and a German dance.
24. The Spanish National Air, entitled “ Riego's March,” 7. The Psychean Quadrilles, by TOPLIFF, with new NL with an accompaniment for the piano-forte. Figures in French and English.
25. “ Ah non lasciarmi,” an Italian air, by BONAFACIO 8. - Sweet soothing hope," a Glee for four voices ; com ASIOLI, of Corregio. , posed for this work by THOMAS ATTWOOD, Esq.,
26. “ What blame thee, child, of the woodland wild,” composer to His Majesty; the poetry hy Erasmus
a Glee for three voices ; composed for this work, by Maddox, Esq.
THOMAS ATTWOOD, Esq. . 9.« Vivere io non Potro,” a Duet from the semi-serious ll 27. " I will not ask one glance from thee,” a song, comopera, “ La Donna del Lago,” by Rossini.
posed by WILLIAM LINLEY, Esq., the poetry by 10. “Or love me less, or love me more," a Canzonet, by Miss Castello.
MOZART; the poetry being his Gesang, “ Die || 28. The Fairies, a song and chorus, by CARL MARIA Zufriedenheit,” adapted to English words for this
U von WEIBER. work; the poetry by Sidney Godolphin, from a MS.
ll 29. Marcia Funebre, or a Funeral March, composed by in the Malone Collection.
L. van BEETHOVEN. 11. Fantasia upon the Russian dance, “ Dumka,” by || the ABBE GELINEK.
30. “ Da lei, per cui respiro," Cavatina, MÁRCADANTE.
sung by Signora Caradori, in “ Eliza e Claudio.” 12. Waltz, No. I., by WILMS, of Berlin.
31. Quadrilles, from the opera of “ La Gazza Ladra," 13. Sketch à la Haydn, for the piano-forte ; composed ex ROSSINI ; arranged for the piano-forte, by Gus
pressly for the HARMONICON, by J. B. CRAMER. TAVE CARULLI. 14. “ Let us haste to Kelvin Grove,” a beautiful Scotch | 32. Air, “ Je l'ai plante," by JEAN JACQUES Rous
melody, sung by Mr. Braham, in the opera of “Guy || SEAU ; the poetry by M. de Laire.
Mannering,” with a new accomp. for the piano-forte. | 33. A Gigue, or Dance Movement, in the old style, for 15. Romance, “ Aurora, ah sorgerai," sung by Signor the piano-forte ; composed purposely for the HARCurioni, in “ La Donna del Lago."
MONICON, by I. MOSCHELES. 16. Rondeau, “ C'est l'Amour,” with an accompaniment || 34. Rondo, for the piano-forte, by H. RIGEL, with a for the piano-forte or harp.
new, short Introduction,