Twelve Songs set to music by William Jackson

Ref. g240

London. Printed for the Composer

William Jackson of Exeter  (1730-1803)   Opera Quarta

ca.1770    Title page, Preface pp.(i)-(iii), page of adverts & pp.2-42.  Some written notes by John Parkinson ('Victorian Music Publishers' - 1990)    Taped spine, engraved by Wm.Clark-St.Ann's Lane    Condition fair

Song 1. Ye Shepherds so chearful - vv.4. - Vl.1&2 / Vla. / Voce / Figured bass

Song II.  My Banks they are furnish'd with Bees - vv.4 - Vl.1&2 / Vla. / Voce / Figured bass

Song III.  Why will you my Passion reprove? - vv.4 - Vl.1&2 / Vla. / Voce / Figured bass

Song IV.  Ye Shepherds give ear to my Lay - vv.3 - Vl.1&2 / Vla. / Voce / Figured bass

Song V.  Go gentle Gales...and bear my sighs - Vl.1&2 / Voce / Figured bass

Song VI.  When absent from my Souls Delight - vv.3 - Vl.1&2 / Voce / Figured bass

Song VII.   O say thou dear Possessor of my Breast - Vl.1&2 / Voce / Figured bass

Song VIII.   Let me approach my sleeping Love - vv.3 - Vl.1&2 / Vla. / Voce / Figured bass

Song IX  O Nancy! wilt thou go with me - vv.3 - Vl.1&2 / Vla. / Voce / Figured bass

Song X  Ah! what avails this sweetly solemn Bow'r - Corno 1/Corno 2/Vl.1&2 / Vla. / Voce / Figured bass

Song X1  With Delia ever could I stay - Vl.1&2 / Voce / Figured bass

Song XII  Whilst blooming Youth and gay Delight - Vl.1&2 / Vla. / Voce / Figured bass                                           


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