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      Title

      Concio ad clerum Londinensem, habita in ecclesia parochiali S. Alphagi, juxta Collegium Sionense, Londini, mensis Apr. die 27. A.D. MDCCVIII. / Per Josephum Rawson, A.M. non ita pridèm è senioribus Collegii Regalis apud Cantabrigienses Sociis..

      Author
      • Rawson, Joseph 1664-1719.
      Published
      • Londini : Typis E.P. Impensis verò Gul. Hawes, & Tho. Baker, ad insigne Bibliorum sacrorum & Rosæ, in Ludgate-street, juxta Cœmeterium D. Pauli MDCCVIII
      Physical description
      [4], 20 p. ; 4⁰.
      Notes
      See detail records for Notes relating to this item.
      Other names
      • E. P. [printer]
      • Hawes, William active 1698-1710 [bookseller]
      • Baker, Thomas active 1708-1713 [bookseller]
      Genre
      • Addresses - 18th century.
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      Title

      Concio ad clerum Londinensem, habita in ecclesia parochiali S. Alphagi, juxta collegium Sionense, Londini, mensis Apr. die 27. A.D. MDCCVIII. / Per Josephum Rawson ...

      Author
      • Rawson, Joseph 1664-1719.
      Published
      • Londini : typis E.P. Impensis Gul. Hawes, & Tho. Baker ... 1708
      Physical description
      [4], 20 p. ; 4o.
      Notes
      • With a half-title.
      Related item
      • Referenced by: ESTC t011976.
      Genre
      • Addresses - 18th century.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Durham University Printed

      1.2

      Title

      Concio ad clerum Londinensem, habita in ecclesia parochiali S. Alphagi, juxta Collegium Sionense, Londini, mensis Apr. die 27. A.D. MDCCVIII. / Per Josephum Rawson, A.M. non ita pridèm è senioribus Collegii Regalis apud Cantabrigienses Sociis..

      Author
      • Rawson, Joseph 1664-1719.
      Published
      • Londini : Typis E.P. Impensis verò Gul. Hawes, & Tho. Baker, ad insigne Bibliorum sacrorum & Rosæ, in Ludgate-street, juxta Cœmeterium D. Pauli MDCCVIII
      Physical description
      [4], 20 p. ; 4⁰.
      Notes
      • With a preliminary half-title page, reading: "Concio ad clerum Londinensem. Habita per Josephus Rawson, A.M. April. 27. 1708.".
      • Title page within double rule border.
      • Signatures: [A]² B-F².
      • Reproduction available: Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 2000, no. 6).
      Other names
      • E. P. [printer]
      • Hawes, William active 1698-1710 [bookseller]
      • Baker, Thomas active 1708-1713 [bookseller]
      Related item
      • Referenced by: ESTC T11976
      Format
      • Printed
      • Microform

      Held At:

      1. Oxford University Microform Printed

      Held At:

      1. Durham University Printed
      2. Oxford University Microform Printed
    2. Search result: 2.

      Title

      The grand overture : to the opera of The freebooters as performed at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House, and under the direction of Wm. Hawes / composed by F. Paer.

      Author
      • Paer, Ferdinando 1771-1839.
      Other titles
      • I fuorusciti. Overture; arr.
      Published
      • London : Wm. Hawes [1827]
      Physical description
      7p ; 35cm.
      Notes
      • Piano reduction of the overture.
      • Price 2/6-
      Other names
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Direct Link
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      Held At:

      1. Cambridge University Printed
    3. Search result: 3.

      Title

      In Autumn we should drink boys : the favorite drinking glee / sung by Mr G. Penson, Mr Russell, Mr Salter, &c. in Marschner's grand opera Der Vampyr, as performed at the Theatre Royal English Opera house, arranged & adapted to the English stage by W. Hawes. The poetry by J. R. Planche Esqe.

      Author
      • Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.
      Other titles
      • Vampyr. Im Herbst da muss Man trinken. Vocal score. English
      Published
      • London : W. Hawes, 7 Adelphi Terrace [1829]
      Physical description
      1 vocal score (9 p.) ; 35 cm.
      music plate
      • 267, W. Hawes
      Notes
      • Excerpt from the opera arr. for ATTB soli and piano. -- Original German words by W.A.Wohlbrück.
      • English words.
      Other names
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      • Planché, J. R. (James Robinson) 1796-1880.
      • Wohlbrück, W. A. (Wilhelm August) 1796?-1861.
      • University College (University of Durham). Lowe Memorial Library [former owner]
      • University College (University of Durham). Choral Society.
      Genre
      • notated music
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      Title

      "In Autumn we should drink Boys," the favorite drinking glee ... [For four voices.] Arranged ... by W. Hawes, the poetry by J. R. Planché. / [By Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.]

      Author
      • Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.
      Other titles
      • Vampyr. Im Herbst da muss man trinken
      Published
      • London : W. Hawes [1829]
      Physical description
      9p. ; fol.
      Other names
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Genre
      • notated music
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. British Library Printed

      3.2

      Title

      In autumn we should drink, boys ... Glee ... The poetry by J. R. Planché. / [By Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.]

      Author
      • Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.
      Other titles
      • Vampyr. Im Herbst da muss man trinken
      Published
      • London : W. Hawes [1829]
      Physical description
      fol.
      Genre
      • notated music
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. British Library Printed

      3.3

      Title

      In Autumn we should drink, Boys ... Glee, etc. / [By Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.]

      Author
      • Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.
      Other titles
      • Vampyr. Im Herbst da muss man trinken
      Published
      • London : W. Hawes [1829]
      Physical description
      fol.
      Genre
      • notated music
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. British Library Printed

      3.4

      Title

      In Autumn we should drink boys : the favorite drinking glee / sung in Marschner's grand opera Der Vampyr ; arranged & adapted to the English stage by W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.
      Other titles
      • Vampyr. Im Herbst da muss Man trinken. Vocal score. English
      Published
      • London : W. Hawes [1829]
      Physical description
      1 vocal score (9 p.) ; 35 cm.
      music plate
      • 267, W. Hawes
      Notes
      • Excerpt from the opera (Trinklied from No. 17) arr. for ATTB soli and piano.
      • Originally for TTBB soli and orchestra.
      • Original German words by W.A.Wohlbrück.
      • Watermark date: 1829.
      • English words.
      Other names
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      • Wohlbrück, W. A. (Wilhelm August) 1796?-1861.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Chetham's Library Printed

      3.5

      Title

      In Autumn we should drink boys : the favorite drinking glee / sung by Mr G. Penson, Mr Russell, Mr Salter, &c. in Marschner's grand opera Der Vampyr, as performed at the Theatre Royal English Opera house, arranged & adapted to the English stage by W. Hawes. The poetry by J. R. Planche Esqe.

      Author
      • Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.
      Other titles
      • Vampyr. Im Herbst da muss Man trinken. Vocal score. English
      Published
      • London : W. Hawes, 7 Adelphi Terrace [1829]
      Physical description
      1 vocal score (9 p.) ; 35 cm.
      music plate
      • 267, W. Hawes
      Notes
      • Excerpt from the opera arr. for ATTB soli and piano. -- Original German words by W.A.Wohlbrück.
      Other names
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      • Planché, J. R. (James Robinson) 1796-1880.
      • Wohlbrück, W. A. (Wilhelm August) 1796?-1861.
      • University College (University of Durham). Lowe Memorial Library [former owner]
      • University College (University of Durham). Choral Society.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Durham University Printed

      3.6

      Title

      In Autumn we should drink boys : the favorite drinking glee / sung in Marschner's grand opera Der Vampyr ; arranged & adapted to the English stage by W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Marschner, Heinrich 1795-1861.
      Other titles
      • Vampyr. Im Herbst da muss Man trinken. Vocal score. English
      Published
      • London : W. Hawes [1829]
      Physical description
      1 vocal score (9 p.) ; 35 cm.
      music plate
      • 267, W. Hawes
      Notes
      • Excerpt from the opera (Trinklied from No. 17) arr. for ATTB soli and piano.
      • Originally for TTBB soli and orchestra.
      • Original German words by W.A.Wohlbrück.
      • Watermark date: 1829.
      • English words.
      Other names
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      • Wohlbrück, W. A. (Wilhelm August) 1796?-1861.
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. Oxford University Printed

      Held At:

      1. British Library Printed
      2. Chetham's Library Printed
      3. Durham University Printed
      4. Oxford University Printed
    4. Search result: 4.

      Title

      [Selections from the grand opera called The freebooters / composed by F. Paër; arranged & adapted to English words by Wm. Hawes; the poetry by Hampden Napier].

      Author
      • Paër, Ferdinando 1771-1839.
      Other titles
      • Fuorusciti di Firenze. Selections
      • I Fuorusciti.
      • Fuorusciti di Firenze.
      Published
      • London : [s.n.] [1827]
      Physical description
      1 score.
      Notes
      • Spine title: I Fuorusciti.
      Other names
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846 [librettist]
      • Napier, Hampden [poet]
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846 [publisher]
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      1. St Andrews University Printed
    5. Search result: 5.

      Title

      The Robber's bridge / a grand opera composed by Ferdinand Ries. performed for the first time in this country at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House / arranged, adapted and produced under the superintendance of W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Ries, Ferdinand c1784-1838.
      Published
      • London : W. Hawes [1829]
      Physical description
      1 v ([193]p).
      music plate
      • 233-248, 253, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • Entered at Stationers Hall.
      • The poetry by E. Fitz Ball.
      • Overture arranged for piano (4 hands).
      • Pl. no. : 233-248, 253.
      • Vocal score of musical numbers only, without cues.
      • Each number has separate caption title, pagination, and plate no.
      Other names
      • Fitzball, Edward 1792-1873.
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
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      Format
      • Printed

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      1. St Andrews University Printed
    6. Search result: 6.

      Title

      Mineral-dressing characteristics of the red iron ores of Birmingham, Ala.

      Author
      • COGHILL, William Hawes and COE (G. Dale)
      Series
      • [U.S. Bureau of Mines. Bulletin. no. 464.]
      Published
      • Washington, 1946
      Physical description
      iv, 99 p. ; 8º.
      Other names
      • COE, G. Dale.
      Direct Link
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      • Printed

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      1. British Library Printed
    7. Search result: 7.

      Title

      "Love, good night" : a ballad / introduced in the celebrated melo-drame called Der Freischütz, at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House, and sung with unbounded applause by Mr Braham & Mr Pearman ; the poetry by S. J. Arnold, Esqr ; the music, founded on an original German melody, arranged and in part composed by Willm. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • Now good night now good night.
      Published
      • London : Published by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1824]
      Physical description
      1 score (3p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1572, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 1572.
      • 2nd ed.
      • Written for performance within Weber's opera Der Freischütz.
      • First line: Now good night now good night.
      Other names
      • Arnold, Samuel James 1774-1852.
      Related item
      • Weber, Carl Maria von 1786-1826. Freischütz, Der.
      Direct Link
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      • Printed

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      1. St Andrews University Printed
    8. Search result: 8.

      Title

      John Anderson, my Jo : a favorite Scottish ballad, (the melody, originally a piece of sacred music, John Anderson is said by tradition to have been town piper of Kelso.) / newly arranged with an accompaniment for the piano forte by W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Published
      • London : Printed (for the Editor) by The Regent's Harmonic Institution [1819]
      Physical description
      1 score (5p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 212, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • Pl. no. : 212.
      • For voice and piano.
      Direct Link
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    9. Search result: 9.

      Title

      "Then to day drive care away" : a popular duet / introduced in the second act of the celebrated melo drame of Der Freischütz or the Seventh Bullet, at the English Opera House ; sung with unbounded applause by Miss Povey & Mr Braham ; the poetry written by S. J. Arnold, Esqr ; the music founded on an original German melody arranged and in part composed by W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • Have you gain'd a prize.
      Published
      • London : Published by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1824]
      Physical description
      1 score (6p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1575, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 1575.
      • Written for performance within Weber's opera Der Freischütz.
      • First line: Have you gain'd a prize.
      Other names
      • Arnold, Samuel James 1774-1852.
      Related item
      • Weber, Carl Maria von 1786-1826. Freischütz, Der.
      Direct Link
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    10. Search result: 10.

      Title

      "The eye of affection" : a favorite song / introduced by Miss Stephens & Miss Paton in the popular melo drame of Der Freischütz, or the Seventh Bullet, now performing with unbounded applause at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House ; the poetry by S. J. Arnold, Esqr ; the music founded on an original German melody arranged and in part composed by W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • Tho' the gay path of life fairest flowr's may adorn.
      Published
      • London : Published by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1824]
      Physical description
      1 score (3p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1612, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 1612.
      • Written for performance within Weber's opera Der Freischütz.
      • First line: Tho' the gay path of life fairest flowr's may adorn.
      Other names
      • Arnold, Samuel James 1774-1852.
      Related item
      • Weber, Carl Maria von 1786-1826. Freischütz, Der.
      Direct Link
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      1. St Andrews University Printed
    11. Search result: 11.

      Title

      "The child of despair" : a favorite song / introduced by Mr. Braham & Mr. Pearman, with distinguished approbation in the popular melo drame, called Der Freischütz, or the Seventh Bullet, now performing with unbounded applause at the Theatre Royal English Opera House ; the poetry by S. J. Arnold, Esqr ; the music founded on an original German melody arranged and in part composed by W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • Oh blest were the moments whose visions are o'er.
      Published
      • London : Published by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1824]
      Physical description
      1 score (4p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1664, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 1664.
      • Written for performance within Weber's opera Der Freischütz.
      • First line: Oh blest were the moments whose visions are o'er.
      Other names
      • Arnold, Samuel James 1774-1852.
      Related item
      • Weber, Carl Maria von 1786-1826. Freischütz, Der.
      Direct Link
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    12. Search result: 12.

      Title

      "Charlie is my darling" : a favorite Scottish ballad, as sung with the greatest applause by Mrs Salmon / to whom, ___ thus newly arranged, with a piano forte accompaniment, ___ it is inscribed, by Wm. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Published
      • London : Printed for the editor, by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1820]
      Physical description
      1 score (p[1], 2-5) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 441, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 441.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=%22Charlie%20is%20my%20darling%22a%20favorite%20Scottish%20ballad%2C
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      1. St Andrews University Printed
    13. Search result: 13.

      Title

      Friendship : a ballad as sung by Mr Bellamy / the poetry, a translation from the Arabic, the music composed by Wm. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • With conscious pride I view the band of faithful friends...
      Published
      • London : Printed for the author, at the Regent's Harmonic Institution [1819]
      Physical description
      1 score (5p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 154, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 154.
      • Caption title.
      • First line: With conscious pride I view the band of faithful friends...
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=Friendshipa%20ballad%20as%20sung%20by%20Mr%20Bellamy
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    14. Search result: 14.

      Title

      The banks of Allan Water : a much admired ballad, as sung by Miss Stephens, Mr W. Knyvett, Mr Vaughan, & Mr Bellamy / harmonized & dedicated to Miss Stephens, by W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • On the banks of Allan water.
      Published
      • London : Published by J. Power [1819]
      Physical description
      1 vocal score (p2-7) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 451, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For 4 voices (SATB) and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 451.
      • First line: On the banks of Allan water.
      Other names
      • Stephens, Catherine Miss 1794-1882.
      • Knyvett, William 1779-1856.
      • Bellamy, Thomas Ludford 1770-1843.
      • Vaughan Thomas 1782-1843.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=banks%20of%20Allan%20Watera%20much%20admired%20ballad%2C%20as%20sung
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      1. St Andrews University Printed
    15. Search result: 15.

      Title

      O Bothwell bank, thou bloomest fair : a favorite Scottish ballad / newly arranged, with an accompaniment for the piano forte, by Wm. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Published
      • London : Printed (for the editor) by The Regent's Harmonic Institution [1819]
      Physical description
      1 vocal score (p2-4) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 273, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 273.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=O%20Bothwell%20bank%2C%20thou%20bloomest%20faira%20favorite%20Scottish
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    16. Search result: 16.

      Title

      "Oh fortune we hail thee" : the favorite duet / introduced by Miss Stephens & Mr. Braham, in the celebrated melo drame of Der Freischütz or the Seventh Bullet, now performing with extended applause at the Theatre Royal, English Opera House ; the poetry by S. J. Arnold, Esqr ; the music, founded on an original German melody, arranged and in part composed by William Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Published
      • London : Published by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1824]
      Physical description
      1 score (3p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1654, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and pianoforte.
      • Pl. no. : 1654.
      • Written for performance within Weber's opera Der Freischütz.
      Other names
      • Arnold, Samuel James 1774-1852.
      Related item
      • Weber, Carl Maria von 1786-1826. Freischütz, Der.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=%22Oh%20fortune%20we%20hail%20thee%22the%20favorite%20duet
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    17. Search result: 17.

      Title

      The wreath of love : a favorite glee, for three voices, with an accompaniment for two performers on the piano forte / composed by W. Hawes Gent: of His Majesty's Chapels Royal ; the poetry by the late J. Rannie.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Published
      • London : Printed & sold by Rt. Birchall [1808]
      Physical description
      1 score (9p) ; 33 cm.
      Notes
      • For 3 voices and piano duet.
      • Caption title.
      Other names
      • Rannie, John.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=wreath%20of%20lovea%20favorite%20glee%2C%20for%20three%20voices%2C%20with
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    18. Search result: 18.

      Title

      "Wer't thou, like me, in life's low vale" : Annot Lysles song, from "A legend of Montrose", one of the Tales of my landlord / composed & inscribed to Miss Bayly, of Hurts Hall, Saxmundham, Suffolk, by Will.m Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Published
      • London : Printed for the Author by The Royal Harmonic Institution [1820]
      Physical description
      1 score (3p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 587, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and piano.
      • Pl. no. : 587.
      Related item
      • Scott, Walter 1771-1832. Tales of my landlord.
      Direct Link
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    19. Search result: 19.

      Title

      "May morning" : a popular air / harmonized as a glee, for three voices, by R. Banks, organist of Rochester Cathedral ; the poetry by Miss Herron.

      Author
      • Banks, Ralph 1762-1841.
      Other titles
      • When from the east with dappled grey the morn begins to peep.
      Published
      • London : Printed for the Proprietor, by The Royal Harmonic Institution [1821]
      Physical description
      1 score (p2-4) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 789, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For 3 voices.
      • Pl. no. : 789.
      • First line: When from the east with dappled grey the morn begins to peep.
      Other names
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846 [Publisher]
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=%22May%20morning%22a%20popular%20air
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. St Andrews University Printed
    20. Search result: 20.

      Title

      Second (No. 3) Series, "Barbara Allan" : a favorite Scottish ballad / newly arranged, and in part composed by Willm. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • Barbara Allan, Voice, piano
      • It was in and about the Martinmass time.
      Published
      • London : Printed for the Editor by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1822]
      Physical description
      1 score (p[1], 2-5) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1156, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and piano.
      • Pl. no. : 1156.
      • First line: It was in and about the Martinmass time.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=Second%20(No.%203)%20Series%2C%20%22Barbara%20Allan%22a%20favorite%20Scottish
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      1. St Andrews University Printed
    21. Search result: 21.

      Title

      Second (No. 4) Series, "O'er the water to Charlie" : a favorite Scottish ballad / newly arranged, and in part composed by Willm. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • O'er the water to Charlie, Voice, piano
      • Come boat me o'er, come row me o'er.
      Published
      • London : Printed for the Editor by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1822]
      Physical description
      1 score (7p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1159, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For 3 voices and piano.
      • Pl. no. : 1159.
      • First line: Come boat me o'er, come row me o'er.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=Second%20(No.%204)%20Series%2C%20%22O'er%20the%20water%20to%20Charlie%22a
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    22. Search result: 22.

      Title

      Remark my soul the narrow bounds : a hymn for three voices, (being the first of a series, to be published occasionally) with an accompaniment for the piano forte / composed & most respectfully inscribed to Mrs,, Hughes, by Wm. Hawes. No. 1.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Published
      • London : Printed for the Regent's Harmonic Institution [1819]
      Physical description
      1 score (4p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 35, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voices and piano.
      • Caption title.
      • Pl. no. : 35.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=Remark%20my%20soul%20the%20narrow%20boundsa%20hymn%20for%20three%20voices%2C
      Format
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    23. Search result: 23.

      Title

      Second (No. 5) Series, "Come follow follow me! Ye fairy elves that be" : a fairy song, founded on a popular Scottish melody / newly arranged & in part composed by desire of the members of the friendly club held at the Albion, and to whom it is most repsectfully inscribed by Willm. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • Come follow follow me! Ye fairy elves that be, Voice, piano
      Published
      • London : Printed for the Editor by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1822]
      Physical description
      1 score (9p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1171, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For 3 voices and piano.
      • Pl. no. : 1171.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=Second%20(No.%205)%20Series%2C%20%22Come%20follow%20follow%20me!%20Ye%20fairy
      Format
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    24. Search result: 24.

      Title

      "The maid of Llangollen" : glee, for four voices, as sung by Mrs. Knyvett, Mess.rs W. Knyvett, Vaughan & J. B. Sale, with distinguished approbation / harmonised & respectfully inscribed to John Turner Esq,,r by W. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • Tho' lowly my lot and tho' poor my estate.
      Published
      • London : Published by Mori & Lavenu [1828]
      Physical description
      1 score (6p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 2318, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For 4 voices and piano.
      • Pl. no. : 2318.
      • First line: Tho' lowly my lot and tho' poor my estate.
      Other names
      • Knyvett, William 1779-1856.
      • Sale, John Bernard 1779-1856.
      • Vaughan Thomas 1782-1843.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=maid%20of%20Llangollen%22glee%2C%20for%20four%20voices%2C%20as%20sung%20by
      Format
      • Printed

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    25. Search result: 25.

      Title

      Second (No. 6) Series, "Peggy Bawn" : a favorite Scottish ballad / newly arranged and in part composed by Willm. Hawes.

      Author
      • Hawes, William 1785-1846.
      Other titles
      • Peggy Bawn, Voice, piano
      • As I went o'er the Highland hills.
      Published
      • London : Printed for the Editor by the Royal Harmonic Institution [1822]
      Physical description
      1 score (4p) ; 33 cm.
      music plate
      • 1178, Pl. no.
      Notes
      • For voice and piano.
      • Pl. no. : 1178.
      • First line: As I went o'er the Highland hills.
      Direct Link
      http://copac.jisc.ac.uk/id/3452?style=html&title=Second%20(No.%206)%20Series%2C%20%22Peggy%20Bawn%22a%20favorite%20Scottish
      Format
      • Printed

      Held At:

      1. St Andrews University Printed

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