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Calliope, or, English harmony [music] : a collection of the most celebrated English and Scots songs neatly embellish'd with designs adapted to the subject of each song taken from the compositions of the best masters in the most correct manner with the thorough bass and transportations for the flute
Bib ID 1430151
Format MusicMusic
Description London : engrav'd & sold by Henry Roberts, 1739-1743 
1 score (2 v.) ; 23 cm. 
Notes

For voice with continuo. Additional flute part printed below each piece.

Library's 2 vols. have been bound together.

Subjects Songs with continuo.  |  Songs with instrumental ensemble.
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Vol. 2 t.p.: New calliope, or, English harmony in taste : a collection of celebrated songs and cantatas ...

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