A pocket companion for gentlemen and ladies [music] : being a collection of the finest opera songs & airs in English and Italian ... / by Rid. Neale
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- Neale, Richard
- 2nd ed.
- London : Printed at Cluer's Printing Office, [1730?]
- 1 score (xvi, 152 p.) ; 17 cm.
- RISM N307
- "A work never before attempted. Carefully corrected & also figur'd for ye organ, harpsicord and spinet ..."
- "To give these airs all possible advantages, they are correctly engraved on copper plates figur'd for the harpsichord, and also transpos'd for the flute ..."--Preface
- Includes list of subscribers
- Includes index
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