W. Hodsoll

Gentlemans musical companion title page

Contents

History

Hodsoll was a London publisher of the Viennese Classical period, operating from ca.1790 to ca.1830.

The firm was quite productive, issuing over 370 works. Typical items were arrangements such as Pleyel's celebrated symphony : adapted for the piano forte, with accompaniments for a flute, violin & violoncello (ad libitum) / by S. F. Rimbault, and lavishly decribed theatrical songs such as The bird catcher, or Catch as catch can : a comic pastoral burletta as performed with the utmost applause at Sadlers Wells; op. 5, composed by V. De Cleve.

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

Imprints

  • W. Hodsoll
  • W. Hodsoll & Goulding

Addresses

  • London, 45 High Holborn

Plate Numbers

Authority Control

Sources Consulted

COPAC (BL)