Social Harmony (Various)

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Editor Thomas Hale
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Work Title Social Harmony, Consisting of a Collection of Songs and Catches In 2, 3, 4 and 5 Parts, From the Works of the most eminent Masters To which are added Several Choice Songs on Masonry By Thomas Hale of Darnhall Cheshire
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Composer Various
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 parts and supplement:
  • Part 1 (Masonic songs)
  1. Brother Orme: Arise, gentle Muse and thy wisdom impart
  2. Mr. Ridley: Begin, o ye Muses a free Mason's strain
  3. Hayes: An Ode Sacred to Masonry
  • Part 2
  1. Mr. Hicks: Boast no more, no more fond love
  2. Purcell: Come, let us leave the town from The Fairy Queen
  3. Eccles: Fill all the glasses, fill 'em high
  4. Purcell: For folded flocks and fruitful plains from King Arthur
  5. Purcell: Fair Cloe my breast so alarms
  6. Travers: Fair and Ugly from 18 Canzonets
  7. Purcell: For love ev'ry creature is form'd
  8. Arne: From tyrant laws and customs free from Comus
  9. Greene: Great ruler of the restless waves
  10. Blow: Go perjur'd man and if thou e'er return
  11. Blow: Go perjur'd maid to all extremes
  12. Greene: Hail British isle of mighty fame
  13. Eccles: Inspire Us Genius of the Day
  14. Travers: I, like a bee, with toil and pain from 18 Canzonets
  15. Weldon: Let ambition fire thy mind
  16. Purcell: Let Caesar and Urania live
  17. Purcell: Nestor, who did to thrice Man's age attain
  18. Wise: Old Chiron's Advice to Achilles
  19. Travers: The Old Bacchanalian from 18 Canzonets
  20. Purcell: Put briskly round the sparkling glass
  21. Purcell: Sing, sing all ye Muses
  22. Travers: Says Pontius, in rage, contradicting his wife from 18 Canzonets
  23. Anonymous: Since nature mankind for society fram'd
  24. Travers: Soft Cupid, wanton am'rous boy from 18 Canzonets
  25. Purcell: To arms your ensigns straight display from Bonduca
  26. Brewer: Turn Amarillis to thy swain
  27. Eccles: The loud alarms of war must cease
  28. Purcell: 'Tis wine was made to rule the day
First Publication. 1763
Language English
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voices, continuo

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Contains works by:

  • Part I: Orme, Ridley
  • Part II: Blow, Eccles, Green, Handel, Hicks, Morly, H. Purcell, Ridley, Travers, Weldon, Michael Wise,
  • Part III: Aldrich, Blow, R. Brown, Cæsar, Jeremy Clarke, Eccles, Greene, Hayes, John Hilton, Thomas Holmes, Simon Ives, Charles King, Lock, Edward Nelham, H. Purcell, White
  • Supplement: Alcock, Boyce, Harrington, Haydon, John Hilton, Thomas Holmes, Samuel Howard, Orme,

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