The Works of Mr. Henry Carey (Carey, Henry)
London: the Author, 1728
contains 30 pieces of vocal music.
Volume II. Part I.
6 Songs for Conversation.
London: [for the Author], 1728.
Title: 6 Songs for Conversation. the Words by divers Hands. The Tunes contrived to make agreeable little Lessons for the Harpsichord, Viol, Violin, and Hautboy. Transposed into proper Keys for the German, or common Flute. Offer'd in all Gratitude, as a New Year's Gift to the Publick.
Dedicated to Mr. Joseph Green.
Volume II. Part II.
6 Ballads on the Humours of the Town
London: [the Author], 1728
6 Ballads on the Humours of the Town, Suited to all Voices, Instruments and Capacities. The Words and Musick by Mr. Carey.
|Work Title||The Works of Mr. Henry Carey|
|Instrumentation||The music itself only shows the vocal line, the continuo line, and a part for flute. The substitutes of violin and oboe are mentioned in the subtitle.|
Vol.II Part I:
- Love & Prudence, The Words by a Lady, Set by Mr. Carey
- The Generous Repulse, The Words by A. Hill Esqr., Set by Mr. Carey
- The Wheedler, The Words by an Unknown Hand, Set by Mr. Carey
- The Dying Swan, The Words from an old Author, Set by Mr. Carey
- The Nightingale, The Words by Mr. Welsted, Set by Mr. Carey
- The Romp, sung by Mrs. Cibber in Ye Provok'd Husband, Words and Music by Mr. Carey