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Stiftung Händel-Haus Halle Musikalien- und Büchersammlung [VIa 070,092 -T]

The camp medley : with the original tunes within compass of german flute

The camp medley : with the original tunes within compass of german flute (Stiftung Händel-Haus Halle CC BY-NC-SA)
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The camp medley : with the original tunes within compass of german flute. - [London] : Thompson, [ca. 1770]. - 4 S. -

Das Medley umfasst die Songs "The lark was up the morning grey", "For women are whimsical changeable things"; "Ah! hapless hapless day, that e’er I saw fair Biddy"; "As on the ground he lay, Minerva came that way"; "Dont be stupid, drive away Cupid"; "Soldier go home"; "The soldier thus rous’d from his amorous floth" und "Ye bells and flirts so smart and fair".
Das Notenblatt enthält die Sologesangsstimme mit Continuobegleitung. 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 Melodien sind nicht identisch mit den Songs auf den gleichen Text in der Ausgabe von Longman, Lukey & Co., dem folgenden Blatt im Konvolut.

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Tiefdruck auf Papier

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4 S.; H 34,5 cm, B 23,5 cm

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[Last update: 2016/12/03]

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