A Collection of Songs (Turner, Elizabeth)

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PMLP79315-Eliza Turner Collection of Songs 1756.pdf
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London: the Author, College of Physicians, n.d.(1756)

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Work Title A Collection of Songs with Symphonies and a Thorough Bass
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Composer Turner, Elizabeth
Movements/Sections 19 songs
First Publication 1756
Language English
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Voice, harpsichord, etc


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Contents

  1. How gay that air, yet how serene. - Voice, harpsichord, optional flute
  2. Say curious painter can thy art angelic beauty give? - Voice, harpsichord, optional flute. Words by Matthew Prior.
  3. Not, Chloris, that I juster am - Voice, harpsichord, optional flute
  4. Drink to me only with thine eyes - Voice, harpsichord, optional flute. Words by Ben Jonson.
  5. Forgive, thou fairest of thy kind - Voice, harpsichord, optional flute. Words by Jos. Thurston.
  6. Phillis, with her enchanting voice - voice harpsichord. Words by a lady.
  7. In pity, Sophy, to my pain - voice, harpsichord. Words by a gentleman.
  8. Since my Chloe you ask me what life I would choose - voice, harpsichord. Words by Jos. Thurston.
  9. On a Lady Weeping. See, whilst thou weep'st dear Myra, see - voice, harpsichord. Words by Matthew Prior.
  10. Bless'd be those sweetly shining eyes - voice, harpsichord.
  11. Thyrsis belove'd of all the plain - voice, harpsichord, optional flute. Words by a lady.
  12. When first my Phillis did appear - voice, 2 flutes/violins, harpsichord. Words by a gentleman.
  13. My days have been so wond'rous free - voice, harpsichord. Words by Mr Parnell.
  14. A man that's neither high no low in party or in stature - voice, 2 flutes, 2 violins, continuo. Words by a lady.
  15. Hard is the fate of him who loves - voice, 2 flutes/violins, continuo. Words by James Thomson.
  16. At Windsor, where Thames glides so smoothly along - voice, 2 flutes/violins, continuo. Words by a gentleman.
  17. Tell me, thou soul of her I love - voice, 2 flutes/violins, continuo. Words by James Thomson.
  18. To the Rose. Come, lyrist, tune thy harp and play - voice, 2 flutes/violins, continuo. Words by a gentleman.
  19. The mind of bright Sukey's a jewel - voice, 2 flutes/violins, continuo.
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