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Author Mason, Lowell, 1792-1872, comp.

Title The Boston glee book [music] : consisting of an extensive collection of glees, madrigals, and rounds, selected from the works of the most admired composers. Together with many new pieces from the German, arranged expressly forthis work / by Lowell Mason and George J. Webb.

Published New York : Da Capo Press, 1977.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank Scores  TD BOS.1    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 score (264 p.) ; 19 x 25 cm.
Series Da Capo Press music reprint series
Da Capo Press music reprint series.
Notes For 3-5 voices.
Reprint of the 1844 ed. published by J. H. Wilkins & R. B. Carter, Boston.
Contents A boat, a boat to cross the ferry -- Ah! how Sophia -- Arise my fair one -- As on the mournful poplar bough -- Awake! Aeolian lyre -- Away! away! in early day -- Banish, oh! banish -- Blow warder, blow -- Behold the morning gleaming -- Brightly the morning gleams -- Chairs to mend -- Come again sweet love -- Come let's sing a merry round -- Come on the light wing'd gale -- Come sing this round with me -- Daughter sweet of voice and air -- Day is breaking o'er the hills (for men's voices) -- Flora gave me fairest flowers -- Flow o my tears -- From this roof my shepherd went -- Gallant and gaily -- Good morning (for men's voices) -- Hail! hallowed fane -- Hail! smilling morn -- Hark! above us on the mountain -- Hark! how the rain is falling -- Hark! the hollow woods resounding -- Hark! the merry Christ church bells -- Hark! 'tis the bells -- Health to my dear -- Here in cool grot -- He who trusts in ladies fair -- How merrily we live -- How sweet, how fresh -- How sweet the joy -- In summer's cool shade -- In the lonely vale of streams -- It is the merry month of May -- I've been sitting -- Just like love -- Land of our fathers! -- Let the smiles of youth -- Lovely seems the moon's fair lustre -- Mark the merry elves -- May month is coming -- Now is the month of Maying -- Oh! call me swift -- Oh! how delightfully -- Oh! lady fair -- Oh! shave my cottage -- Oh! tarry, gentle traveller -- Return, return my lovely maid -- Rise, Cynthia rise -- Serene and mild -- Spring's delights -- Sweet thrush -- Swift as a flash -- Swiftly from the mountain's brow -- The dazzling air -- The fairies -- The fairest flowers -- The mariners -- The midges dance -- The red cross knight -- The seasons -- The spring, the pleasant spring -- The sun's gay beam -- The three huntsmen -- Thou, thou reignest (men's voices) -- Thyrsis, when he left me -- Thy voice, o harmony -- To all you ladies -- We are all noddin -- When evening's shade -- When sappho tuned -- When shall we three meet again -- When time was entwining -- Where the bee sucks -- While all is hushed -- While the lark's gay song -- Why should a sigh escape us -- Wilt thou lend me thy mare -- Winds gently whisper -- With sighs sweet rose -- Ye spotted snakes -- You gave me your heart -- Youthful flower.
Other author Webb, George James, 1803-1887, joint comp.
Subject Glees, catches, rounds, etc.
ISBN 0306708604