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The songs in the Ode wrote by Mr. Dryden for St. Cecilia"s day set by Mr. Handel.

George Frideric Handel

The songs in the Ode wrote by Mr. Dryden for St. Cecilia"s day set by Mr. Handel.

by George Frideric Handel

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Published by Walsh in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsDryden, John, 1631-1700.
The Physical Object
Pagination23 p. ;
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19258700M

The air which Purcell "sang with incredible graces" we are able to identify by means of various separate publications of the song. The title of one copy printed in or reads thus, "'Tis Nature's Voice (Ode for St. Cecilia's day), a song set by Mr. H. Purcell, and sung by himself at St. Cecilia's Feast in , the words by N. Brady.". instanced Mr. Dryden's translation of the Aeneid, as he thought him one of our most celebrated poets. The mistakes are very numerous, and some of them unaccountably gross. Upon this, says Mr. Warton, "I was desirous to examine Mr. Pitt's translation of the same passages; and was surprized to find near fifty instances which Mr. Spence has given of.

Bellamy the Younger, Daniel James Ducane, William Purcas, John Parkhurst, James Postlethwayt, Mr. George Dennis, Mr. George Dance, Mr. Joseph Partington, Mr. Richard Haynes, The Stewards; and the rest of the gentlemen educated at St. Paul's School NULL . Mr. Dryden gave his a multiplicity of godfathers, The most accomplished way of using them in this age, The turn they give to our thoughts and way of reasoning, v. A wrong method and ill choice of them makes women the worse for what they have read, A book may be read with pleasure, though the author detested, x.

J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS. Item Catalogue 76 Rare Printed Music & Musical Literature Musical Autographs & Manuscripts Part IV: M-P 6 Waterford Way, Syosset, NY USA Telephone John Alcock was born 11 th April in London. He was a Chorister in St. Paul's Cathedral and pupil of the blind Organist, John Stanley. He suffered in health through attending to his duties in the damp, neglected Cathedral, and resigned the appointment of Organist; but continued to be a Vicar Choral until his death in


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The songs in the Ode wrote by Mr. Dryden for St. Cecilia"s day set by Mr. Handel by George Frideric Handel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Misc. Notes Published as "The Songs in the Ode wrote by Mr Dryden for St Cecilia's Day, set by Mr Handel" PurchaseComposer: Handel, George Frideric. Handel‘s autograph is headed Ouverture to the Song for St Cecilia‘s Day by Mr Drydenand the first two editions of the work have the usual title for selected solos, Songs from/in continued with the word Ode referring to the poem: in the Ode wrote by Mr Dryden for St.

Cecilia‘s Day Set by Mr Handel. An Ode Wrote in Honour of St. Cecilia By Mr. Dryden. Set to Musick by Mr. Handel. With the Recitativo’s, Songs, Symphonys and Chorus’s for Voices & Instruments.

London: William Randall, []. Folio, contemporary full maroon calf, raised bands, morocco spine labels, marbled endpapers and edges. Seventh edition of Handel’s celebrated. An Ode Wrote in Honour of St. Cecilia by Mr. Dryden. Set to Musick by Mr. Handel. With Recitativo's, Songs, Symphonys and Chorus's for Voices & Instruments"--T.P.

Shop George Frideric Handel - Handel, Alexander's Feast and more music, movie, and TV memorabilia at Amazon's Entertainment Collectibles Store. A Song for St.

Cecilia’s Day, By Mr. Dryden, part IV. page Set to music by Mr. Handel many years after it was written. [40] Oct 6 [Mary Delany to Frances Hamilton, 10 October ] On the Monday after [6 October] we were appointed to go to the Lodge at Windsor at two o’clock. This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Music in the London Theatre from Purcell to Handel - edited by Colin Timms June Venus and Adonis.

A Cantata. Set by Mr. Handel. Cantata. Pastoral. Set by Dr. Pepusch 41 Beauty. An Ode ib. Myra. A Cantata. Set by Dr. Pepusch ib. Alexander's Feast j or the Power o f Music: an Ode in honour of St. Cecilia's Day. By Mr. Dryden. Altered for Music by Mr.

Hughes 42 SONGS. Thy origin's divine, I see • Constautia, see thy. Ode for St Cecilia’s Day for tenor, soprano, choir and orchestra, HWV 76 At the Theatre-Royal in Lincolns Inn Fields, this Day, Novem (being St.

Cecilia’s Day) will be perform’d An ODE of MR. DRYDEN’S, With two new CONCERTO’S for several Instruments. Which will be preceded by ALEXANDER’S FEAST. And a CONCERTO on the ORGAN. Dryden, John, Alexander's feast, or The power of musique an ode, in honour of St.

Cecilia's day / by Mr. Dryden. (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, ), also. This book is concerned with a hundred years of musical drama in England.

It charts the development of the genre from the theatre works of Henry Purcell (and his contemporaries) to the dramatic oratorios of George Frideric Handel (and his). 'true Merit always Envy rais’d': the Advice to Mr. Handel () and Israel in Egypt’s early reception Wrote in Honour of St.

Cecilia, by Mr. Dryden. Set. to Musick by Mr. Handel. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. William Congreve (Congreve, William, ) Online books about this author are available, as is a Wikipedia article. Congreve, William, The Complete Works of William Congreve (4 volumes; London: The Nonesuch Press, ), ed.

by Montague Summers (page images at HathiTrust) Congreve, William, The Double-Dealer (Gutenberg. A defence of the papers written by the late King of blessed memory, and Duchess of York, against the answer made to the, by command.

The hind and the panther: a poem in three parts. A song for St. Cecilia's Day Britannia rediviva: a poem on the birth of the Prince. Don Sebastian, King of Portugal. In this reign Dryden wrote the first Ode to St. Cecilia, for her festival, in This and the Ode to the Memory of Mrs.

Anne Killigrew, a performance much in the manner of Cowley, and which has been admired perhaps fully as much as it merits, were the only pieces of general poetry which he produced between the accession of James and the.

Full text of "The first (-sixth) part of Miscellany poems, publ. by Mr. Dryden" See other formats. Specific works are then discussed; these include Dryden's A Song for Saint Cecilia's Day and Alexander's Feast, and Purcell's setting of Nicholas Brady's ode for St.

Cecilia's day, Hail. Bright Cecilia, and King Arthur. The third chapter is like the second in many respects, but deals with Pope and Handel. A Hymn to Harmony, written in honour of St. Cecilia’s Day. A Pindarique Ode, humbly offer’d to the Queen, on the victorious progress of her Majesty’s arms, under the conduct of the Duke of Marlborough.

To which is prefixed a discourse on the Pindarique Ode. Ovid’s Art of Love. Book III. Translated by W. ENGLISH POETRY SPENSER AND THE TRADITION John Dryden Alexander Chalmers, in General Biographical Dictionary (). M r Edmund Waller’ [but only Dryden's poem copied] and subscribed ‘By M r John Dryden written after the Celebrati o of y e ffunerall.

Co m unicat. a M ro Hern’. In: An octavo miscellany of English and Latin verse and some prose, largely in one mixed hand, leaves, with (ff. 2r-4r) an index, in calf gilt.It is described as “an ode with music.” The title page of the original score read: ALEXANDER’S FEAST.

OR THE. Power of Musick. An Ode. Wrote in Honour of S. Cecilia. By Mr. DRYDEN. Set to Musick by. Mr. Handel. The libretto was by Newburgh Hamilton, who was also the librettist for Handel’s great oratorio Samson.

See my posts on Samson at.Mr. CURLL is the sole Editor of this Volume, and it Is, what the former Was, a Collection of what has been printed, and a Compilation from Original Manuscripts; but not stollen, either from Twickenham, Wimpole, or Dover-street; but at the last Place, while Mr.

Pope was dangling, and making Gilliver and Cooper his Cabinet-Coun∣sel, away goes.