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Category 
Antiquarian (pre. 1840)
Title 
A Collection of the most admired Songs, Duetts and Trios In Score also for the Piano-Forte or Harpsichord particularly selected for the use of Public or Private Concerts - Volume the First
Stock Reference Number 
84567
Composer 
G. F. Handel
Contents 
Comfor ye my People - Ye Sacred priests - Angels ever bright and fair - Pious, Orgies, pious Airs - Pleasure my former ways resigning - Sweet Bird - The trumpet shall sound - The Prince unable - Oh! had I Jubal's Lyre - What tho I trace - Oft on a Plat - I know that my Redeemer liveth - He shall feed his flock - Hush, ye pretty Warbling - As when the Dove - Where e'er you walk - Thou art gone up on high - Tears, such as tender Fathers shed - Come ever smiling Liberty - Love in her eyes sits playing - What's sweeter than the new blown Rose (Duet) - O come let us worship - The Flocks shall leave (Trio) - Arm Arm ye brave - Rejoyce, rejoyce greatly - Shepherd, what art thou pursuing - Disdainful of danger(Trio) - He chose a mournful Muse - How beautiful are the feet - Come ever smiling Liberty (Duet) - Sin not o King - Pour forth no more - O ruddier than the Cherry
Publisher 
Printed and Sold by Rt. Birchall, No. 133, New Bond Street, London
Description 
Circa 1797, Fine condition - Hard Bound, back cover loose, handprinted leaves, watermark 1797, 132 pages
Price 
£ 600

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