[Thirteen English songs]. [ca. 1825?]


Morrell, Anne Elizabeth, fl. 1825,. [Thirteen English songs].

[Thirteen English songs]. [ca. 1825?]

Music notebook, probably from England (given the song titles), and dating from around 1825, containing ms. scores of 13 English songs, some sacred. The scores themselves are unsigned and undated, although the former owner (and probable transcriber), Anne Elizabeth Morrell, has dated the notebook 1825 in Hastings.

1 ms. score ([53] leaves, bound) ; 33 cm.

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