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|Work Title||Calliope, or English Harmony|
|Title-page Details||Title-page transcription
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Baroque|
|Instrumentation||voice, continuo; voice, recorder/flute, continuo; 2 voices, continuo|
|Extra Information||See also the follow-up collection Clio and Euterpe|
Named composers (some of these may in fact be the lyricist rather than the composer): Mr Lampe, Mr Monro, Mr Corelli, Dr Green[e], Mr Thomas Phillips, Mr Sandford, Mr Lulman, Mr Carey, Mr Handel, Mr Digard, Mr Stanley, Mr Anthony Young, Mr Arne, Mr Leveridge, Mr Wood, Mr Barker of Coventry, Mr Hayward, Mr Brereton, Mr Flac[k]ton, Mr Popely, Mr Boyce, Mr Gouge, Mr Ravenscroft, Mr Kempton, Mr William Fisher of Hereford, Mr Gunn, Mr Gladwin, Mr Froud, Mr Hawkins, Mr Holcombe, Mr Barnard, Sigr. Anglosini, Mr Say, Mr Vanbrugh, Mr Cannington, Mr Galliard, Mr S. Howard, Geminiani, Sigr. Putti, Mr Jonathan Martin (late organist to his Majesty), Mr Alcock, Mr Henry Purcell, Mr R. Vincent, Mr Betts, Mr Wise, Mr Webber, Mr Hayden, Mr Eccles, Mr Weldon, Mr Brown, Mr Marchand, Mr John Hudson, Mr Stubley, Mr Seedo, Mr Lestrange, Mr Harris, Mr Clarke, Mr Preluer [Prelleur], Mr Fisher Tench, Mr Duncalfe, Mr Markwell, Mr Alland, Mr James, Mr Greeves, Mr Henry Burges junior, Mr Festing, Mr Cox, Mr Worgan, Mr Russell, Mr William Hodson, Miss Worgan, Mr Travers, Sigr. Hasse, Mr Oswald, Mr Wideman, Mr William Hayes of Oxford, Mr Corfe, Mr Larken, Sigr. Tortoriti, Mr Crome, Dr Heighington, Mr Crookenden.