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Owner bound album of early nineteenth century arrangements for piano for 4 hands of arias and popular songs
Bib ID 7010729
Format MusicMusic [notated music, volume]
Access Conditions Available for reference. Not available for loan. 
Description London, [between 1811 and 1823] 
1 score (1 volume) ; 33 cm 
Full contents
  • Selection of favorite airs &c. from Mozart's celebrated opera, "Il Don Giovanni" arranged for two performers on the piano forte & inscribed to the Right Honble the Countess of March / by J. Mazzinghi, books 1-4
  • Mozart's admired air Ah! perdona al primo affetto & his favorite waltz / arranged as a duett for two performers on the piano forte by William Edward Heather
  • The Hallelujah grand chorus, from the oratorio of the Messiah / composed by G. F. Handel ; arranged as a duett for two performers on the piano forte by T. Haigh
  • For unto us a child is born : a favorite chorus from the oratorio of the Messiah / composed by G. F. Handel ; arranged as a duet for two performers on the piano forte by T. Haigh
  • A duet for two performers on the piano forte adapted from Mozart's opera of Le nozze di Figaro and dedicated to Miss & Miss E. Levis / by F. Fiorillo
  • The favorite finale to Mozart's opera of Il seraglio / arranged for two performers on the piano forte & respectfully dedicated to Miss Sarah & Miss Maria Birkett by Augs. Meves
  • The favorite air Nel cor piu non mi sento as sung by Madame Catalani / arranged as a duett for two performers on the piano forte, with variations composed by Henry Slape
  • Selection of favorite airs from Mozart's opera of Il Don Giovanni / arranged for the piano forte by T. Latour, Books 1-3
  • La biondina gondoletta : a favorite air with variations for the piano forte and an acccompaniment for the flute ad libitum / composed & dedicated to his friend Josh. Mazzinghi, Esq by T. Latour
 
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Subjects Operas -- Excerpts, Arranged -- Scores.  |  Piano music (4 hands), Arranged.  |  Piano music.  |  Operas -- Piano scores (4 hands)
Other authors/contributors Mazzinghi, Joseph, 1765-1844, arranger of music, dedicatee  |  Heather, William Edward, 1784-approximately 1835, arranger of music  |  Haigh, T. (Thomas), 1769-1808, arranger of music  |  Fiorillo, Federigo, 1755-approximately 1823, arranger of music  |  Meves, Augustus, arranger of music  |  Slape, Henry, composer, arranger of music  |  Latour, T., composer, arranger of music

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