The original songs, airs & chorusses which were introduced in the Tragedy of MacBeth : in score

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Title

The original songs, airs & chorusses which were introduced in the Tragedy of MacBeth : in score

Date

Extent

1 score (iii, 29 pages)

Description

Dedicated to David Garrick Esqr.

Incidental music for D'Avenant's adaptation of Shakespeare's play.
"Probably by Richard Leveridge" (except for "Witches dance"). Cf. New Grove.
For solo voice or chorus with string accompaniment.
Engraved throughout.

"Price 6s." -- titlepage.

Identifier

Is Format Of

The Original songs, airs & chorusses which were introduced in the tragedy of Macbeth : in score / composed by Matthew Locke chapel organist to Queen Catharine Consort to King Charles II ; revised and corrected by Dr. Boyce. London : Printed by Longman & Broderip, No. 26 Cheapside.

Bibliographic Citation

Stiverson, Cynthia Zignego. Colonial Williamsburg Music. West Cornwall, CT : Locust Hill Press, 1988, number 235

Collection

Citation

Leveride, Richard, 1670 or 1671-1753 et al., “The original songs, airs & chorusses which were introduced in the Tragedy of MacBeth : in score,” Special Collections, John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, accessed January 29, 2023, https://cwfjdrlsc.omeka.net/items/show/655.

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