Cyclopedia of Music and Musicians, Volume 1

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John Denison Champlin, William Foster Apthorp
C. Scribner's Sons, 1888 - Music
 

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Page 443 - His librettos, some of them illustrated, were printed in the imperial press by Cosmerow, and have nearly all been preserved. Occasionally he wrote librettos, which were set by other composers, Ziani, Bertali, and even the Emperor Leopold, who composed the complete opera ' Apollo deluso
Page 382 - The Psalmes of David in English Meter with Notes of foure partes set unto them by...
Page 178 - Music in Miniature (1779); The Psalm Singer's Amusement (1781); The Suffolk Harmony (1786); and The Continental Harmony (1794).
Page 382 - In which sett the Tenor singeth the Church tune. Published for the recreation of such as delight in Musicke by W. Swayne, Gent. Printed by T. Este, the assigné j of W. Byrd, 1591.
Page 323 - Court and Cottage (1862), Constance (1865), Ages ago (1869), The Gentleman in Black...
Page 344 - The Boy of Santillane,' 1827; 'The Brigand,' 1829, one song in which, 'Gentle Zitella/ attained great popularity; 'Peter the Great,' 1829; 'The Dragon's Gift,' 1830; 'The Ice Witch/ 1831; 'Hyder AH/ 1831; 'St.
Page 254 - The First contayning Divine and Morall Songs : 'The Second Light Conceits of Lovers. To be ' sung to the Lute and Viols, in two, three and ' foure Parts ; or by one Voyce to an Instrument.
Page 317 - III le chargea de l'ordonnance des fêtes de la cour; il s'acquitta longtemps de cet emploi avec intelligence. C'est lui qui conçut le plan du spectacle dramatique mêlé de musique et de danse qu'il a fait imprimer sous le titre de : « Ballet comique de la royne, faict aux nopces de M.
Page 153 - The University of Oxford conferred upon him the honorary degree of DCL in Oct., 1877.
Page 442 - A Pilgrimes Solace, wherein is contained Musicall Harmonie of 3, 4, and 5 parts, to be sung and plaid with the Lute and Viols.

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