||Shakespeare's Dramatic Songs
||Shakspeare's Dramatic Songs, Consisting of all the Songs, Duets, Trios and Chorusses, in Character, as Introduced by him in his Various Dramas; the Music, partly New & partly Selected with New Symphonies and Accompaniments for the Piano Forte from the works of Purcell, Fielding, Drs. Boyce, Nares, Arne, Cooke, Messrs. J. Smith, I. S. Smith, T. Linley Junr. and R. I. S. Stevens, to which are prefixed a general Introduction of the Subject and Explanatory Remarks on Each Play, by Wm. Linley Esqr.
||The Old Drury Club, a Social Circle round the Shrine of Shakspeare,|
Cherishing his Memory, and Revering his Genius
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||1-2 voices, piano; voice, chorus, piano
Original title uses the old spelling of Shakespeare's name that was common before about 1900.