Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

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    At a General Assembly, begun and held at the Capitol, in the city of Williamsburg, on Monday the fifth day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy seven, and in the first year of the commonwealth. Williamsburg : Printed by Alexander Purdie, Printer to the Commonwealth, [1777].

    Rockefeller Library copy with the stamp of the Aucocisco Council on the title page.

    Rockefeller Library copy bound by J. Desmonts, J. MacDonald Co., Norwalk, Connecticut.

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    Eighteenth century English furniture hardware catalog. The catalog contains illustrations of brass furniture hardware, including drawer pulls, keyholes, hinges, locks, castors, bolts and more largely in a rococco design. All but a few of the leaves through seventy-four have been numbered by the engraver. The subsequent leaves have been numbered in manuscript. Prices, in shillings and pence, have been added in manuscript. 

    Title devised from content.

    Entirely engraved.

    Nineteenth century Italian purple morocco backed pebbled cloth covered boards, spine in five compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second compartment, decorated endpapers. Original stab-stitch holes in the lower or upper margins.

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    No song no supper : a comic opera in two acts as performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane / the music chiefly composed & adapted for the harpsichord or piano-forte by Stephen Storace. London : Printed by Longman & Broderip, No. 26 Cheapside & No. 13 Haymarket, [1790].

    Price 8s.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    The music is partly adapted from Grètry and other composers, and partly a terzet and sextet from Storace's Equivoici. Libretto by Prince Hoare. Cf. Loewenbert.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the bookseller's label of Harold Reeves, London, England.

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    The chaplet : a musical entertainment as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury Lane / compos'd by Dr. Boyce. London : Printed for I. Walsh, in Catharine Street, in the Strand ... [2 columns of advertisement], [1750].

    Date from Smith, W.C. A bibliography of the musical works published by the firm of John Walsh during the years 1721-1766.

    Rockefeller Library has the binder's ticket of Samford Clement, Williamsburg, Virginia, on the back pastedown.

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    Twelve canzonets for two voices, opera nona / composed by William Jackson of Exeter. London : Printed for the author, and sold at the music shops, [1770?]

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    For 2 high voices and continuo.

    Rockefeller Library copy from the library of Alfred Moffat, Scottish music editor and collector with his binding date of May, 1933.

    Rockefeller Library copy includes Moffat's inscription on the front pastedown: "c1767-9. This is the first edition "printed for the Author & without publisher's name. Some 10 or 12 years later it was re-issued by Longman & Broderip."

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    Six English cantatas. Humbly inscrib'd to the most noble the Marchioness of Kent / compos'd by Mr. J. C. Pepusch. London : Printed for J. Walsh Servant in Ordinary to his Britanick Majesty, at ye Harp & Hoboy in Katherine Street near Somerset House in ye Strand, & J. Hare at ye Viol & Flute in Cornhill near the Royall Exchange, [1720?].

    Date from Smith, W.C. A bibliography of the musical works published by John Walsh during the years 1695-1720.

    Rockefeller Library copy from the library of Mabella Tickborne with her signature on the title page.

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    Three cantatas / compos'd by Mr. G. Hayden. London : Printed for & sold by Iohn Walsh Servant to his Majesty at the Harp and Hautboy in Katherine Street near Somerset House in the Strand & I Hare at ye Viol and Flute in Cornhill near the Royal Exchange, [1717].

    Date from Smith, W. C. A bibliography of the musical works published by John Walsh during the years 1695-1720.

    For solo voice and continuo (figured bass); no. 2 with violin and no. 3 with two violins.

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    Six solos for a violin with a bass for the harpsicord or violoncello, opera seconda / compos'd by Mr. LeClair. London : Printed for I. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand ... [3 columns of advertisement], [1755].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from William C. Smith. A bibliography of the musical works published by the firm of John Walsh during the years 1721-1766.

    Rockefeller Library copy imperfect: the engraved title page is wanting and has been supplied in manuscript.

    Rockefeller Library copy from the library of Alfred Moffat, Scottish music editor and collector, with his signature dated 9 Jan. 1907 on the front endpaper.

    Rockefeller Library copy includes Alfred Moffat's notes on the front endpaper: "The six sonatas in this work issued by Walsh as op. 2, are nos. 1, 12, 4, 3, 5, 6, from the fourth book of Leclair's Sonatas, op. 9: one of the many examples of Walsh's messing up opera numbers in order to deceive the music-buying public. Leclair's op. 2 is the 'Second Livre de Sonatas [XII] pour le Violin ... avec le Basse Continue, Paris, 1725.' Another example of John Walsh's dishonesty."

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    The overture, songs, & duets in the Opera of Almena : perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane / composed by Michl. Arne adapted for the voice & harpsichord. London : Printed and sold by the author, at No. 14 in Crown Court Russel Covent Garden, by Messrs. Thompson's in St. Paul Church Yard, Welcker's music shop in Gerrard St. Ann's Soho, at Jones's music shop in Russel Court Covent Garden, and at all the music shops in London, [1764].

    Date from Stiverson.

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    The favorite minuet : with variations for the piano forte or harpsichord as danced by Sig:a Storace in The siege of Belgrade. London : Printed by Longman and Broderip No. 26 Cheapside & No. 13 Hay Market ..., [1791].

    Price 1s/6.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the bookbinder's ticket of Clement Samford, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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    The comic tunes in the celebrated entertainment call'd Harlequin sorcer as they are perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden : for the harpsicord, violin, &c. London : Printed for I. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand, [1752?].

    Date from Smith, W.C. Bibliography of the musical works published by the firm of John Walsh during the years 1721-1766,

    "Comic tunes in [Harlequin] Dr. Faustus"(by Samuel Arnold): p. 17-21.

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    Thomas and Sally, or, The sailor's return : a dramatic pastoral ; as it is performed at the Theatres Royal in Drury Lane and Covent Garden / composed by Dr. Arne for the voice, harpsichord, and violin. London : Printed for Harrison & Co. No. 18, Paternoster-Row, [1785?].

    Libretto by Isaac Bickerstaff.

    For voice, harpsichord and violin; includes cues for other instruments.

    Figured bass.

    No. 71-72 in the New musical magazine published by Harrison between 1783 and 1786.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the bookseller's label of Harold Reeves, London, England.

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    The shipwreck : a comic opera, in two acts as performed with universal applause at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, op. 40 / written by S. Arnold Junr. ; the music composed by Dr. Arnold, organist & composer to His Majesty. London : Printed by Longman & Broderip No. 26 Cheapside & No. 13 Haymarket ..., [1796].

    Price 8s.

    Engraved title page by T. King, 47Titchfield St. Portland St.

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980 and British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the bookseller's label of Harold Reeves, London, England.

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    Te deum et jubliate, for voices and instruments : perform'd before the sons of the clergy at the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul / compos'd by George Frederick Handel. London : Printed for & sold by Iohn Walsh musical printer and instrument maker to his Majesty at the Harp & Hoboy in Catherine Street in the Strand, [1732?].

    No. 212

    Date from Smith, W.C. Handel, p. 157, no. 2

    Rockefeller Library copy has manuscript note on title page: "Composed AD. 1713

    Rockefeller Library copy has the booksellers' label of Broude Bros. Music New York on the title page.

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    Susanna : an oratorio / set to music by Mr. Handel. London : Printed for I. Walsh, in Catherine Street, in the Strand ..., [1749].

    Date from Smith, W.C. Handel.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the bookseller's label of Broude Bros. on the title page.

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    The monthly melody, or, Polite amusement for gentlemen and ladies : being a collection of vocal and instrumental music / composed by Dr. Arne. London : Printed for G. Kearsly at the Golden Lion in Lundgate Street, MDCCLX [1760].

    Engraved title page by J. Ellis.

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    Thesaurus musicus : a collection of two, three and four part songs. Several of them never before printed. To which are added some choice dialogues / set to musick by the most eminent masters viz. Dr. Blow, H. Purcell, Handel, Dr. Green, Dl. Purcell, Eccles, Weldon, Leveridge, Lampe, Carey &c. The whole revis'd carefully corrected and figur'd by a judicious master. London : Printed for and sold by John Simpson at the Bass Viol and Flute in Sweeting's Alley opposite the east door of the Royal Exchange ... [5 lines of advertisement], [1745].

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    The harpsichord miscellany : book second / composed by Alberti, Pasquali and Nardini. Printed and sold by R. Bremner, at the Harp and Hautboy, opposite Somerset-House in the Strand ... [advertisement], [1763].

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

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    A treatise of good taste in the art of musick : dedicated to His Royal Highness Frederick Prince of Wales / by F. Geminiani. London, MDCCXLIX [1749].

    Engraved frontispiece by Ravenel after Edme Bouchardon.

    Rockefeller Library copy bound in half calf sprinkled with red paint; boards covered in marbled paper with a gold tooled title piece on the upper board.

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    Six solos for a violin and bass or two violins : composed for gentlemen performers. Dedicated to Archd. Menzies of Culdares Esqr. / by D. Emanuele Barbella. London : Printed by R. Bremner, opposite Somerset-House, [1765?].

    Date from British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801 and Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy from the library of Alfred Moffat, Scottish music editor and collector, with his signature dated 1904 on the free front endpaper. Also includes the signature of Archibald Menzies, botanical collector, to whom the work was dedicated.

    Inscribed: For Sir Robert Menzies. Bart--page [1] at end.

    Alfred Moffat's inscription on the front pastedown reads: "c. 1765

    "Barbella died 1773. The Brit. Mus. Catalogue gives 1765 as date of
    issue of this book. It is probably correct.

    "This copy is signed by Sir A. Menzies to whom the work is dedicated. It is certainly a presentation copy to Sir Robert Menzies. Bart. of Loch Rammoch. Perthshire. (see back of last page)"

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    XII sonates a violon seul avec la basse, VI oeuvre : dediees a Madame Isabelle Comtesse de Carlisle / composee par Mr. Felice De Giardini. A Londre : to be had at Sigr. De Giarini's lodgings at the Royal Jelly House in Pall Mall, [1755].

    Work number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Price 1£ 1 s 0d

    Date from British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801 and Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy from the library of Alfred Moffat, Scottish music editor and collector, dated 1908 and note that it was bound in June 1910--free front endpaper.

    Alfred Moffat's notes on the front pastedown: "1751. The license attached to this work is the same as that used by Cox for Giardini Op. 1, 2, & 3. It will be noted that this Op. VI, XII Sonatas for the Violin included in the license so that they must have been written before 1751 although probably not issued until three or four years later. It would be interesting to know in which part of Pall Mall the Royal Jelly House was situated.

    "First edition with author's imprint only.

    "The Paris edition, Six Sonatas op. VIII Chez Bayard,is simply the last 6 sonatas of the present work. The plates used are the same as those from p. 37 to finish. Evidently Giardini sold those to the Paris publisher at a later dte. The 'headings' from Sonata VII were deleted and reorganized & the deletions & reengravig of the pagination are quite distinct.

    "The British Museum copy of this so-called 'op 8' is incomplete & minus the title-page. The Catalogue ventures at London, Op. 8 - not knowing that the edition is from Paris."

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    A 3d. set sei sonate per cembalo composte dal Sigr. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. London : Printed for W. Randall, successor to the late Mr. Walsh, in Catharine Street in ye Strand ... [4 columns of advertisement] ... [between 1768 and 1776].

    Date from Music publishing in the British Isles.

    Rockefeller Library copy inscribed: Milland on the title page.

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    Sei sonate a violino solo & basso, opera prima : dedicate a sua Altezza Serenissima Elettorale Carlo Alberto Duca Di Baviera / da Wenceslao Wodiczka ... A Paris : Chez Md. Boivin ... Le Sieur le Clerc ... Mlle. Monnet ..., [1739]

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Prix 6

    Graveé par Mlle Vandôme

    Date from British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801.

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    Trois sinfonies pour le clavecin avec l accompagnement d'un violon & deux cornes de chasse ad libitum, oeuvre IX / composees par Sr. Schobert. London : Printed for R. Bremner opposite Somerset House in the Strand ..., [1770].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

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    Sonate per cembalo, opera VII / composte dal Sigr. Giovanni Adolffo Hasse. London : Printed for I. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand ... [advertisement], [1758].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

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    Sinfonies pour le clavecin seul. Qui peuvent se jouer avec accompagnement de violin et cors de chasse. Dedièes a Mademoiselle De Moullanin, opera X / par Mr. Schobert, Claveceniste de S.A.S. Monseigneur Le Prince de Conty A Paris : Chez B' Auteur vis-a-vis Le Temple, chez Mr. Maria. Et aux adresses ordinaired ..., [1770?].

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy has been inkstamped with "Hampden" surmounted by a crown on the title page.

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    A 2d. set Sei sonate per cembalo, opera seconda / composte dal Sigr. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. London : Printed for I. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand ... [advertisement], [1763].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Smith, W.C. A bibliography of the musical works published by the firm of John Walsh during the years 1721-1766.

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    Sonate per cembalo, opera prima / composte dal Sigr. Galuppi. London : Printed for I. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand ... [advertisement], [1760].

    "Prima" has been added to the title in manuscript.

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

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    Ten voluntaries for the organ or harpsichord, opera VI / composed by John Stanley Esqr. M.B. Master of His Majesty's Band. London : Printed for Harrison and Co. No. 18, Paternoster-Row, [1785?].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980

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    Ten voluntaries for the organ or harpsichord, opera V / composed by John Stanley Esqr. M.B. Master of His Majesty's Band. London : Printed for Harrison and Co. No. 18, Paternoster-Row, [1784?].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the booksellers' label of Harold Reeves, London, England on the front pastedown.

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    Ten voluntaries for the organ or harpsichord, opera VII / composed by John Stanley Esqr. M.B. Master of His Majesty's Band. London : Printed for Harrison and Co. No. 18, Paternoster-Row, [1785?].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the booksellers' label of Harold Reeves, London, England.

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    Eight suits of easy lessons for the harpsichord, vol. II, Opera Sesta / by Mr. Felton. London : Printed by John Johnson at the Harp & Crown in Cheapside ... [advertisement], [1757].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801 and Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980

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    Four sonatas for the piano forte, op. XIV / composed & most respectfully dedicated to His Grace the Duke of Queensbury by Jacob Kirkman. London : Printed & sold by G. Goulding, No. 6 James street Covent Garden, [1795].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    "No. 1" added by hand at head of title.

    Date from RISM.

    Price 6s.

    Booksellers' advertisements on title page.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the bookplate of Fanny Reed Hammond on page [1] at end.

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    Six fugues or voluntarys for the organ or harpsicord, troisieme ovarage /compos'd by G. F. Handel. London : Printed for and sold by I. Walsh, musick printer, and instrument maker to his Majesty at the Harp and Hoboy in Catherine Street in the Strand, [1735].

    No. 543

    Work number appears before the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Handel.

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    Six sonatas for the harpsichord piano forte or organ with an accomanyment for a violin, op. IV / composed by Thos. Giordani. London : Printed by John Johnston No. 11 York Street Covent Garden, [1775?].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    "Dedicated to the Honble. Mrs. Hobart.

    Price 10s. 6d.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

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    Six sonatas for the harpsichord or piano forte : with an accompagnament for a violin, opera X. Humbly dedicated to the Right Honble Lady Mellbourne and composed by John Cristian Bach, music master to Her Majesty. [London : Printed and sold by Welcker, 1773].

    Imprint from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the booksellers' label of Harold Reeves, London, England.

    Rockefeller Library copy has been trimmed resulting in loss to the image on the title page.

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    The organists journal containing a selection of pieces for the organ, suitable to the service of the Church extracted from the works of the following great masters, Pergolese, Corellli, Handel Avison, Stanley, Boyce, Green, Keeble, Haydn, Mozart &c &c with some pieces composed by the editor, Robert Broderip ... London : Printed & sold by Preston, at his wholesale warehouses, 97, Strand, [1802].

    "To performers on the organ" dated 1802.

    "Price 1.11.6

    Dedicated to the Reverend Joseph Atwell Small, D.D. minister of St. Paul's at Bristol.

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    Eight lessons for the harpsichord or piano forte, opera VII : dedicated by permission to His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland / composed by Samuel Arnold. London : Printed by Welcker in Gerrard Street St. Ann's Soho ..., [1771?].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Price 10 6

    Rockefeller Library copy bound in full red morocco; gold tooled covers, edges and turn-ins; marbled endpapers and gooled tooled title piece.

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    Six solos for a hautboy German flute, violin, or harpsicord with a thorough bass, opera prima / Thomas Vincent Junr. London : Printed by Wm Smith at the Golden Bass in Middle Row Holborn and sold by the author at his house in Golden Square, [1748].

    Opera number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy formerly owned by Alfred Moffat with his signature dated 30 May 1905 and binding date of June, 1927 on the free front endpaper.

    Rockefeller Library copy includes Moffat's description of the work on the front pastedown: "1748. I have arranged Sonata II in A minor. See novello edition of Old English Violin Sonatas. no. 14. Thomas Vincent jr. was one of the three founders of the Royal Society of Musicians (1in 1738). Vincent's instrumental works consist of the present 'Solos for a Hautboy,"Op. 1 & 'A Sett of Familiar Lessons for the Harpsichord." Op. 2. They are both so rare as to be practically unobtainable. The late Dr. Charles J. Vincent, a direct descendant of Thomas Vincent, told me that some members of the family had migrated to Canada & taken with them printed copies of works & manuscripts of their ancestor."

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    Six duets for two German flutes or violins / composed by Sigr. Reinards. Printed by Welcker in Gerrard Street St. Ann's Soho, [2 linew or advertisement], [1768].

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Rockefeller Library copy from the library of the Scottish music editor and collector Alfred Moffat with his signature dated 1 June 1920 on the front free endpaper.

    Rockefeller Library copy contains Alfred Moffat's notes on the work and composer: "c. 1768-1770. Not in the British Museum Library. Complete in score. The Welcker on the imprint is Peter Welcker. I have two catalogues (one issued before 1773) of this publisher in which Reinards Duets are listed. Kidson gives dates of Peter's death as 1775."

    "William Reinards, flautist, was resident in London during the latter quarter of the 18th century. The British Museum Library possesses four of his works (all flute music) but not this book of Six Duets."--front pastedown.

    This work was listed for sale in Alexander Purdie's Virginia Gazette for August 29, 1771 and September 17, 1772.

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    Six solos for a German flute or violin with a thorough bass for the harpsicord or violoncello, opera seconda / compos'd by Sigr. Alexandro Bezozzi. London : Printed for I Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand ... [4 lines and 4 columns of advertisement], [1750].

    Date from British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801.

    Rockefeller Library copy from the library of Scottish music editor and collector Alfred Moffat with his signature dated 11 Dec. 1926 on the free front endpaper.

    Rockefeller Library copy includes Alfred Moffat's notes on the work: "The Brit.Mus. authorities date this work 1760. The Trio-sonatas for 2 Flutes & Bass by Bezozzi advertised on the title page are his op. 3."--front pastedown.

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    Solos for a German flute a hoboy or violin with a thorough bass for the harpsicord or bass violin, 20 Overage / compos'd by Mr. Christian Schickhardt. [3 lines of advertisement]. London : Printed for I. Walsh, instrument maker in ordinary to his Majesty at the Harp and Hoboy in Cahterine street in the Strand & I Hare at the Viol and Flute in Cornhill near the Royal Exchange, [1718].

    Work number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from Walsh.

    Each solo has caption title: Sonata ..,

    Figured bass is not realized for harpsichord.

    Rockefeller Library copy with the booksellers' label of Broude Bros.

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    The harpsichord or spinnet miscellany : being a gradation of proper lessons from the beginner to the tollerable performer chiefly intended to save masters the trouble of writing for their pupils. To which are prefixed some rules for time / by Robert Bremner. London : Printed and sold at his music shop, at the Harp and Hautboy, opposite Somerset-House, in the Strand ... [advertisement], [1765?].

    "Price 3sh"

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980 and British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801.

    Rockefeller Library copy annotated in a contemporary hand.

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    A collection of easy genteel lessons for the harpsicord / composed by Giovanni Agrell, book II. To which is added Vivaldi's celebrated 5th. concerto, set for the harpsicord. London : Printed by Mess. Randall and Abell successors to the lat Mr. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand, [1 line and 4 columns of advertisement], [1767].

    Date from British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801 and Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

  • SCRB09113_001.jpg

    A collection of lessons for the harpsichord /composed in an easy & familiar style, by Mr. Henry Burgess Senr. London : Printed for John Johnson at the Harp & Crown in Cheapside ... [advertisement], [1755].

    Date from Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    "Phillips Sculp:"--at foot of title page.

  • SCRB08803_001.jpg

    Three duetts for two performers on one piano forte, opera XIV. Dédiées à Mademoiselle Marie Victoire Imbert Colomés de Lyon / by Muzio Clementi. London : Printed for the author & to be had of him at No 20 Geodge Street, Tottenham Court Road, [1786].

    Date from British union-catalogue of early music printed before the year 1801 and Catalogue of printed music in the British Library to 1980.

    Price 10/6

    Rockefeller Library copy with the signature of C.R. Bird.

  • SCRB09029_001.jpg

    Six concertos for the organ or harpsichord with instrumental parts, opera quinta / composed by Mr. Felton. London : Printed for John Johnson musick seller in Cheapside ... [2 columns of advertisements], [1755?].

    Work number appears after the statement of responsibility on the title page.

    Date from BL music to 1980.

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    Sonate a violino e basso : Opera IV / composte da Francesco Geminiani e dedicate all' illustrissima ed eccellentissima Signora Margarita Contessa D'Orrery. London : MDCCXXXIX [1739].

    The work number follows the statement of responsibility on the title page.

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