Music book, [ca. 1764].

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Woodcock, Henry. Music book, [ca. 1764].

Music book, [ca. 1764].

This manuscript kept by Henry Woodcock contains over 25 songs, pieces for solo instrument (probably flute or violin), and keyboard solos. Many pieces are titled. Some keyboard pieces were lessons, and several vocal compositions indicate that they were performed in such notable British venues as Vaux-Hall and Public Gardens. Several of the pieces were composed by James Burney, Mr. Felson, or John Camidge, "organist of York Minster," probably the instructors with whom Woodcock studied. There are also several songs by Dr. [Thomas] Arne, a noted light opera composer.

1 v. (76 p.) ; 16 cm.

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Arne, Thomas

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Originally composed for string orchestra, 1738. First performance of masque at Drury Lane Theatre, London, 4 March 1738. This arrangement 1923. Based on Milton's "Comus". Adapted by John Dalton.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Dance from Comus, in F / Thomas Augustine Arne ; arranged and edited by Adam Carse. [192-] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 42696273 The pastiche ballad opera in 3 acts with libretto based on the play by Isaac Bi...

Woodcock, Henry I.

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Henry Woodcock was possibly a music student in England in the mid 18th century. From the description of Music book, [ca. 1764]. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 122370918 ...