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Stiftung Händel-Haus Halle Musikalien- und Büchersammlung [VIa 070,008 -T]

The dust cart : a favourite cantata sung in the old woman’s oratory at the new Theatre in the Hay Market, in manner of the moderns

The dust cart : a favourite cantata sung in the old woman’s oratory at the new Theatre in the Hay Market, in manner of the moderns (Stiftung Händel-Haus Halle CC BY-NC-SA)
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Oswald, James: The dust cart : a favourite cantata sung in the Old Woman’s Oratory at the new Theatre in the Hay Market, in manner of the moderns / set by Mr. Oswald. - [London] : printed for the author and sold at his musick shop in St Martin’s Ch.yd, [ca. 1753]. - [2] Bl. -
Text-Incipit: As Tink’ring Tom the streets his trade did cry. -

Das Notenblatt enthält Sologesangstimme und bezifferten Generalbass. Es ist überliefert im sog. "Pleasure-Gardens-Konvolut", einer Sammlung von überwiegend gedruckten Notenblättern, wie sie in den Londoner Vergnügungsparks in der Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts verwendet wurden.
Die in dieser Kantate erzählte Geschichte wird fortgesetzt in der Kanate "The lamp-lighter" (VIa 070,008 -T, siehe Link unten).

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Tiefdruck auf Papier

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[2] Bl.; H 33 cm; B 20,8 cm

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[Last update: 2016/12/03]

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