Canons, glees, and catches : for three, four, and five voices (some of which have not been printed) / composed by John Alcock, Doctor in Music, Lichfield : manuscript, [1785-1792]

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Alcock, John, 1715-1806. Canons, glees, and catches : for three, four, and five voices (some of which have not been printed) / composed by John Alcock, Doctor in Music, Lichfield : manuscript, [1785-1792]

Canons, glees, and catches : for three, four, and five voices (some of which have not been printed) / composed by John Alcock, Doctor in Music, Lichfield : manuscript, [1785-1792]

[4] p., 182 p. of music, bound ; 30 cm.

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