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Davy, J.
Davy, John
John Davy
John Davy (compositeur)
John Davy (English composer)
Dates: 
1763-1824
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Arnold, Samuel (1740-1802)
Blow, John (1648?-1708)
Boyce, William (1711-1779)
Braham, John (1774-1856)
Davy, Humphry (1778-1829)
Dibdin, Thomas (1771-1841)
Incledon, Charles Benjamin (1763-1826)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Owenson, Miss
Pocock, I. (1782-1835)
Pocock, Isaac (1782-1835)
Rossini, Gioacchino (1792-1868)
Titles: 
account of the interior of Ceylon, and its inhabitants, An : with travels in that island
Bay of Biscay, The
beauties of Handel, The
Cathedral chants of the XVI, XVII, XVIII centuries, edited by Edward F. Rimbault
Celebrated Bravura Song, The : from the new opera of what a blunder
Collected works of Sir Humphry Davy
Consolation in travel
Crazy Jane : the original ballad
Duncan Gray
Elements of agricultural chemistry II
Family quarrels
favorite overture, to the grand historical melo-drama, called the Blind Boy, The : performed at Covent Garden Theatre
Fisherman's hut
Guy Mannering. Be mine, dear maid; arr. [from old catalog]
Just like love a favorite rondo sung by Mr. Braham
Just like love is yonder rose.
Just like love : sung with great applause by Mr. Hodgkinson
Kate Kearney the favorite Irish air, sung by Mr. Incledon ... in his new entertainment of The songsters jubilee
Lord of the manor. Silent tears
Loud roared the dreadful thunder
May we ne'er want a friend nor a bottle to give him
morn unbars the gates of light, The : a favorite hunting song : sung by Mrs. Burke
O my love's like the red rose : a favorite Scotch song : arranged for the piano forte
Obi, or Three-finger'd Jack originally published by John Longman, Clementi's Compy. London 1800
Oh did you hear of Kate Kearney
One morning my nose to regale
Pennyworth of wit
Psalm 47 "O clap your hands together"
Red Roy, or, Oswyn and Helen a grand ballet of action founded on Scottish history interspersed with songs, duetts, & chorus's, as performed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, with most unbounded applause
Rob Roy Macgregor. Farewell! if ever fondest prayer
Rob Roy Macgregor. Highland lad my love was born
Rob Roy Macgregor. Pardon now the bold outlaw
Rob Roy Macgregor. Tho' you leave me now in sorrow
Rossini's Grand March from the opera of Pietro L'Eremita
Salmonia
Since the first dawn of reason that beam'd on my mind
Sketch of the fable, arrangement of the scenery, with the songs and chorusses, in the grand ballet called Brazen mask: or, Alberto and Rosabella. As performed at the Theatre-Royal Covent-Garden.
Sonates.
Spanish Dollars or the priest of the parish The bay of Biscay
Standard English Songs, edited, revised and the words partly rewritten by W. A. Barrett. The accompaniments, arranged by Dr Stainer, Dr Martin. Mr Henry Gadsby. Mr A. J. Caldicott. Mr Burnham Horner. Mr Joseph Barnby and the editor. Book I.
Three sonatas : for the piano-forte or harpsichord, with accompaniments for a violin & violoncello : op. III
What a blunder! : A comic opera, in three acts: first performed at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, August 14, 1800.
White cockade
wife and mistress. A comic burletta, as performed at Sadlers Wells, The
Yes I remember well the hour : a favorite rondo sung with great appause by Mr. Webster
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