A Choice Collection of Italian Ayres (Abell, John)

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A Suite of 3 Airs: The Kitcat, The Welbeck & The Hamden

For Trumpet and Organ (Rondeau)

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Publisher Info. Michel Rondeau, 2017.
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Publisher. Info. London: William Pearson, for the author, 1703.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

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For Trumpet and Organ (Rondeau)

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Arranger Michel Rondeau (b. 1948)
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Misc. Notes The Kitcat, The Welbeck & The Hamden
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General Information

Work Title A Choice Collection of Italian Ayres
Alternative. Title A Choice Collection of Italian Ayres, for all sorts of Voices, Violin or Flute: Printed in the English Cliff, and Sung to the Nobility and Gentry in the North of England, and at both Theatres in London.
Composer Abell, John
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 15 airs:
  1. The Kitkat
  2. The Harlifax (has a "flute" part (recorder in F))
  3. The Tempest
  4. The Home Pairpoint [?]
  5. The Manchester (has a "flute" part (recorder in F))
  6. The Henderskelf [?]
  7. The Chatsworth
  8. The Hamden
  9. The Welbeck
  10. Jenny Tedcaster
  11. The Hartington
  12. The Vandosme
  13. The Casheburt
  14. The Hyla
  15. The Favorite
First Publication. 1703
Language Italian
Dedication all the Nobility and Gentry of the North
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voice (two with violin or recorder), continuo (unfigured)

Misc. Comments

The recorder/violin part would be in unison with the voice, so it might have been intended to be played separately. Both options have been tagged.