Caro mio ben (Giordani, Tommaso)

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Performer Pages Héctor Valls (Piano)
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Fynnjamin (2010/10/5)

Language Italian / English
Publisher. Info. London: John Preston, n.d. (ca.1785)
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Misc. Notes With English translation ("O gentle maid, hear now my sighs").
Title: Caro mio ben, A Celebrated Song Sung by Sigr. Pacchierotti with Universal Applause at the Concert, for the Musical Fund, at the Opera House; Composed by Sigr. Giordani.
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Icactus (2012/3/8)

Language English / Italian
Translator Theo Marzials (1850-1920), English text
Publisher. Info. Milan: G. Ricordi, n.d.(1888). Plate 52923
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Misc. Notes English title: O Maiden Dear
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Fynnjamin (2011/3/12)

Editor Alessandro Parisotti (1853-1913)
Language Italian
Publisher. Info. Arie Antiche, Vol.2
Milan: Ricordi, n.d. Plate 53980.
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gacl (2009/5/24)

Editor Alessandro Parisotti (1853-1913)
Language Italian / English
Translator Theodore Baker (1851-1934), English text
Publisher. Info. Anthology of Italian Song of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
New York: G. Schirmer, 1894.
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Misc. Notes English title: Thou, All My Bliss
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Arranger Ferdinand Sieber (1822-1895), also German text
Language Italian / German
Publisher. Info. Offenbach: Johann André, n.d.(ca.1900). Plate ANDRÉ 15594.I.D.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

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WilliamBunting (2012/1/2)

Arranger Guido Papini (1847-1912)
Publisher. Info. Einzel-Ausgabe, No.04408
Mainz: Schott, n.d. Plate 04408.
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General Information

Work Title Caro Mio Ben
Alternative. Title My Dear, Come (Thou, All My Bliss)
Composer Giordani, Tommaso
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
First Publication. 1785
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Voice, strings, continuo
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Misc. Comments

While this song is traditionally attributed to Giuseppe Giordani, scholar John Glen Paton proposes that it is actually by Tommaso Giordani in his book 26 Italian Songs And Arias: An Authoritative Edition Based On Authentic Sources.
The Nanki Library copy is bound in a volume of publications by Tommaso Giordani, which may reinforce this notion.