Incidental music for Twelfth night, ca. 1910.

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Howson, Frank A. Incidental music for Twelfth night, ca. 1910.

Incidental music for Twelfth night, ca. 1910.

Set of orchestral part books containing both manuscript and printed music. A list of parts appears on the front cover of the "conductor" part book (which contains both first violin and printed pieces scored for piano, some with violin, along with cues for other instruments). The manuscript content includes a curtain tunes, entr'acte music, dances, a march, a textless song, "Come away death" by Dr. Arne, and an untitled work arranged by Howson. Printed compositions: Libella overture by Carl Gottlieb Reissiger, arranged by George Purdy; Romanze by Anton Rubinstein, arranged by Theodore Moses Tobani; Madrigale by Achille Simonetti, arranged by Theodore Moses Tobani; Polish dance by Rudolf Thoma, arranged by Theodore Moses Tobani; Menuet by Joseph Haydn, arranged by Theodore Moses; Turkish march by Ludwig van Beethoven, arranged by Theodore Moses; Bonheur gavotte-serenade by Henri Hartog, arranged by Theodore Moses Tobani; À petits pas! marcietta by Pompilio Sudessi, arranged by Theodore Moses Tobani; and Just for me and Mary one step by Leo. Edwards, arranged by William Schulz. Printed pieces no. 2-4 bear the stamp "Property of G.R. Ladd."

11 ms. parts ; 32 x 25 cm.

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