Thesaurus musicus (Hudgebut, John)

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Publisher. Info. London: J. Heptinstall for John Hudgebut and to be sold by John Carr and by John Money, 1693.
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Misc. Notes Wanting title, index and dedication pages. RCM Library item D62/1
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Publisher. Info. London: J. Heptinstall for Henry Playford and John Money, 1694.
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Publisher. Info. London: J. Heptinstall for John Hudgebutt and are to be sold by John Carr and John Money, 1695.
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Misc. Notes Wanting title and index pages. RCM Library item D62/3
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Publisher. Info. London: J. Heptinstall for John Hudgebutt, sold by John Carr and Daniel Dring, 1695.
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Publisher. Info. London: Printed by J. Heptinstall for John Hudgebutt, sold by Samuel Scott and Daniel Dring, 1696.
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Work Title Thesaurus musicus
Alternative. Title Thesaurus Musicus: Being a Collection of the Newest Songs performed at Their Majesties Theatres; and at the Consorts in Viller-street in York-Buildings, and in Charles-street Covent-Garden. With a Thorow-Bass to each Song, for the Harpsichord, Theorbo, or Bass-Viol. To which is Annexed, A Collection of Airs, Composed for two Flutes [recorders], by several Masters. [Book 2 Title]
Composer Hudgebut, John
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
First Publication. 1693
Librettist Various, mainly unattributed. Includes:
J. F.
Thomas D'Urfey (1653-1723)
William Congreve (1670-1729)
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 1-2 voices; 1-2 voices and continuo (mostly unfigured); 2 recorders or treble instruments; 1-2 voices, chorus, continuo

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Composers: Henry Purcell, John Eccles, Gottfried Finger (Godfrey Finger), Henry Hall, Robert King, Mr. Bowman, R. Courtivelle (Raphael Courteville, Colonel [Simon] Pack (1654-1701), John Banister, James Paisible (Pesable), William Turner, Mr. Robart, Daniel Purcell, Johann Wolfgang Franck (Mr. Francks), Solomon Eccles II, Mr. R. W., Mr. Williams.