The Royal Shepherd (Rush, George)

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Fynnjamin (2020/10/20)

Publisher. Info. London: Welcker, n.d.
Misc. Notes "The Overture, Songs, Duets & Quartet in the Opera of the Royal Shepherd as perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, Composed and properly disposed for the Voice & Harpsichord by George Rush
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Fynnjamin (2022/5/11)

Publisher. Info. Dublin: Benjamin Rhames, n.d.(ca.1764).
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Fynnjamin (2015/2/18)

Arranger Anonymous
Publisher. Info. Dublin: E. Rhames, n.d.
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Work Title The Royal Shepherd
Alternative. Title
Composer Rush, George
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGR 2
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 26:
  • Act I
Well I know thou friendly Stream - Mr. Vernon [pg.6]
To the Wood, the Field - Signora Cremonini [pg.7]
A Shepherd tho' I am - Mr. Vernon [pg.10]
Thus a Cloud expanding wide - Mr. Champness [pg.11]
Why ask, my fairest, if I love - Mrs. Dorman [pg.13]
The many dreadful Storms blown o'er - Miss Young [pg.15]
What more can a fair Maid delight - Miss Wright [pg.17]
Go Reign, the Throne awaits my Love - Duet: Sigr Cremonini & Mr. Vernon [pg.19]

  • Act II
How oft the fond Turtle - Miss Wright [pg.22]
Go, tim'rous Fair - Signora Cremonini [pg.24]
Tell, oh! tell my Lover true - Miss Young [pg.26]
Barbarian, can you see? - Signora Cremonini [pg.27]
All other Passions now may yield - Mrs. Dorman [pg.29]
Ye Gods to me a lowly Plant - Mr. Vernon [pg.30]
If Happiness through me you gain - Mr. Champness [pg.31]
You mine, alas! no longer are - Quartetto: Sigr Cremonini, Miss Young, Mr. Vernon & Mrs. Dorman [pg.32]

  • Act III
Husband at once, and lover too - Mr. Vernon [pg.37]
I from my Shepherd ever part - Signora Cremonini [pg.39]
Can any thing give so much Pain - Miss Wright [pg.41]
Adieu, my Queen - Duet: Miss Young & Mrs. Dorman [pg.42]
O cease, O cease - Mrs. Dorman [pg.44]
If you yourself - Miss Young [pg.46]
Propitious Heavens - Mr. Champness [pg.48]
Vows of Love should ever bind - Miss Wright [pg.50]
Transporting Joy elates my Mind - Signora Cremonini [pg.51]
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation voices, orchestra