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Title English minstrelsie : a national monument of English song / collated and edited, with notes and historical introductions, by S. Baring-Gould ; the airs, in both notations, arranged by H. Fleetwood Sheppard, F.W. Bussell, and W.H. Hopkinson.

Published Edinburgh : T. C. & E. C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works, [between 1890 and 1920].

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Southbank Scores  MA ENM3.1    AVAILABLE
 UniM Southbank Scores  MA ENM4.1    AVAILABLE
 UniM Southbank Scores  MA ENM7.1    AVAILABLE
 UniM Southbank Scores  MA ENM8.1    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 score (8 volumes) : illustrations ; 32 cm
Notes For one or two voices and piano.
Contents Voume 3. Flow, thou regal purple stream / Arnold -- Gipsy king / W. West -- All's well / Braham -- From Teutchland I come / A. Lee -- Go, forget me / J. P. Knight -- Love in thine eyes for ever plays : duet for two sopranos / Jackson (of Exeter) -- My mother bids me bind my hair / Haydn -- Gallant poacher : folk song -- Jolly, jolly breeze / John Eccles -- Cheshire chambermaid / Arnold -- Light of other days / M. W. Balfe -- Pray, goody : old English air -- Heigh-ho! what shall I do? / T. Welsh -- Just like love is yonder rose / J. Davy -- My pretty Jane / Sir H. R. Bishop -- Lass of Richmond Hill / Hook -- Farewell and adieu to you Spanish ladies : folk song -- Water parted from the sea / Dr. Arne -- If love's a sweet passion / Henry Purcell -- Roger's courtship / Henry Carey -- Rise, gentle moon / J. Barrett -- Ragged and torn and true : old English -- My lodging is on the cold ground : old English -- Midsummer carol : folk song -- Arethusa : old air / arr. by W. Shield -- When pensive I thought of my love / M. Kelly -- O cruel cruel fate! : 1681 / H. Purcell -- When a little farm we keep : duet / Mazzinghi -- Adieu, my native land, adieu / Chandler -- Mid-watch / W. Linley -- I pass all my hours / Pelham Humphrey -- With jockey to the fair : old English -- Brave old oak / E. J. Loder -- Much I loved a charming creature : old English -- Oh! dear! what can the matter be? : old English -- Within a garden : folk air -- I'll sail upon the dog-star : a song in "The fool's preferment" / Henry Purcell.
Volume 4. Tell me, Mary, how to woo thee / G. A. Hodson -- Pilgrim of love / Sir H. R. Bishop -- Now, o now I needs must part / John Dowland -- Deep, deep sea / C. Horn -- Tubal Cain / H. Russell -- Quaff with me the purple wine / Shield -- Girl I left behind me : English march of the 18th cent. -- Heart of oak / Dr. Boyce -- With lowly suit and plaintive ditty / Storace -- Celebrate this festival / H. Purcell -- Rose that weeps / W. Horsley -- In this old chair my father sat / M. W. Balfe -- Meet me by moonlight alone / J. A. Wade -- Through the wood / C. E. Horn -- Tom Bowling / C. Dibdin -- Roast beef of old England / Leveridge -- Fly! fly! ye lazy hours / John Eccles -- Old Adam : folk air -- When daisies pied / Dr. Arne -- Love lies a bleeding : old English air -- Oh, no! my love, no! / M. Kelly -- Pretty star of the night -- Oh no, we never mention her! / Sir H. R. Bishop -- I'll speak of thee / Maria B. Hawes -- Ayres of foure parts. Awake, sweet love / John Dowland -- Caleb Quotem / Shield -- Musidora / Dr. W. Croft -- Dear love, regard my grief : folk air -- Storm : old English air -- Tell me where is fancy bred? / Sir John Stevenson -- Lass of the mill / Festing -- Gallant sailor : duet : old English -- Ringers of Torrington town : folk song -- Sweet are the charms of her I love / R. Leveridge -- Brutus / W. Beale -- Hares in the old plantation : folk song -- Beggar's opera. Cease your funning -- O mother, a hoop! : old English air -- Miller's wedding : old English -- Fair Sally / Dr. M. Greene.
Volume 7. Colin's request / G. Monro -- Richard of Taunton Dean : Somersetshire folk song -- Weep no more, thou sorry boy / J. L Hatton -- Sparabella's complaint : old English -- Songs of shepherds : old English air "Hunting the hare" -- Come here, fellow servant / J. Battishill -- Ye Spanish lady : old English -- Be lordly, Willy, be lordly : Northumbrian ballad -- Heaving of the lead / Shield -- Ianthe the lovely / J. Barrett -- Lalla Rookh. Joy, joy for ever / John Clark Whitfield -- Wandering beauty / Dr. Pepusch -- Tell me, lovely shepherd / Dr. Boyce -- Brave men of Kent / Richard Leveridge -- How happy could I be with either : old English -- When forced from dear Hebe to go / Dr. Arne -- Ay me! what shall I do? : old English air -- Britons, where? : a celebrated patriotic song of 1738 : old English -- How sweet in the woodlands : duet / Dr. Harrington -- I do confess / H. Lawes -- Dame of honour : old English / W. H. H -- Shepherd's winter song / J. L. Hatton -- O good ale, thou art my darling : old English song -- Molly Lepell : old English air -- When Fanny, blooming fair : old English / -- Under the greenwood tree : old English song -- Three ages of love / E. J. Loder -- Joy-inspiring horn / R. Bride -- Maidens, beware ye : old English air -- It was a lover and his lass / T. Morley -- Phillida and Corydon / J. Wilson -- Polly Oliver : folk air -- Where, dear maid : old English -- Came you not from Newcastle? : old English song -- All on a misty morning : old English air -- To drive the cold winter away : old English -- From thee to me she turns her eyes : old English air -- Indian queen. I attempt from love's sickness to fly / H. Purcell -- Lady, thee I love : old English -- Nymph that undoes me / Dr. Greene -- As it fell upon a day : duet / Sir H. R. Bishop -- Room, room for a rover / Plasable -- A country life is sweet / J. Eccles -- There was an old woman liv'd under a hill : old English song -- Can you now leave me?
Volume 8. Come, cheer up your hearts / Sheeles -- Morning break -- Maid of Doncaster -- Spring is coming -- A health to all honest men -- Marriage, or, The mousetrap -- Northern Nancy -- Melancholy nymph / Handel -- Away with these self-loving lads / Dowland -- Lass with the golden locks / Arne -- Well of St. Keyne -- To all you ladies now on land -- In praise of a dairy -- He that will not merry merry be -- Sally in our alley -- A valentine -- I live not where I love -- Dulce domum / attributed to Reading -- Balance a straw / Oswald -- Oh! the oak and the ash -- How stands the glass around? -- After the pangs / Galliard -- Nancy Dawson -- Bonny Nell -- Hop-planters' song -- Despairing beside a clear stream -- York! York for my money -- Farewell! thou false Philander / Gouge -- Why so pale and wan, fond lover? -- Roger and Cicely -- Come, Roger and Nell / Galliard -- Sun had loosed -- To Anthea / Hatton -- Arise, sweet messenger of morn / Arne -- Red lips -- Corydon's farewell / Jones -- What shall I do, to shew how much I love her? / Purcell -- Nottingham ale / Purcell -- My dear and only love -- Golden days of good Queen Bess -- Lass of Lynn -- Night her blackest sables wore -- Come sweet lass -- O Jenny, O Jenny, where hast thou been? -- Blow, blow, thou winter wind / Arne -- Widdicombe Fair -- What though I be a country lass -- Britannia's sons, rejoice -- I'm a man that's done wrong -- L'adieu / Jackson.
Language notes Staff and tonic sol-fa notations.
Local note Lenton Parr Library copies (v.3, v.4, v.7 & v.8) from the collection of the Melba Memorial Conservatorium, originally from the Melbourne Music Club collection.
Other author Baring-Gould, S. (Sabine), 1834-1924, editor, compiler, writer of supplementary textual content.
Sheppard, H. Fleetwood (Henry Fleetwood), -1901, arranger of music.
Bussell, F. W. (Frederick William), 1862-1944, arranger of music.
Hopkinson, W. H., arranger of music.
Subject Songs, English.
Songs with piano.
Vocal duets with piano -- Scores.
Local author Melba Conservatorium (East Melbourne, Vic.). Former owner.