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Barthélémon, F.-H.
Barthélémon, Francis-Hippolit
Barthelemon, Francis Hippolit (Mr)
Barthélémon, François-Hippolyte
Barthélemon, Hippolite-François
Barthélémon, Hippolyte-François
Barthélmont, François-Hippolyte
François-Hippolyte Barthélemon
François-Hippolyte Barthélémon (Frans componist (1741-1808))
François-Hippolyte Barthélémon (French composer)
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Burgoyne, John (1722-1792)
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Jensen, Gustav (1843-1895)
Lee, Samuel (fl. 1769-1776)
Roccaforte, Gaetano (fl. 1750-1760)
Shield, William (1748-1829)
Tallis, Thomas (1505?-1585)
Wilhelm, Karl (1815-1873)
Willis, M.
Zimmermann, Agnès
banks of Forth
Belphegor; or, The wishes. A comic opera: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, Smoke-Alley.
birks of Invermay
blathrie o't
bonny earl of Moray
braes of Yarrow
broom of Cowdenknows
bush aboon Traquair
celebrated dances., The
Classical violin music : by celebrated masters of the 17th and 18th centuries ...
collier's bonny lassie
death and burial of cock Robin
Dramatic pamphlets.
Duets, op. 8
Durandarte and Belerma a pathetic Scotch ballad : with an accompanyment for the harp
Euterpean. A choice collection of popular choruses, quartets and part-songs, designed for the use of high schools, academies, seminaries, grammar schools, choral societies, singing clubs, etc. Comprising : I. Choruses and part songs. II. National and patriotic songs. III. Selected hymns and tunes. Selected, compiled and arranged by John W. Tufts,...
ewe bughts
favorite hunting song sung by Miss Catley, A
flowers of the forest
gaberlunzie man
Here awa' Willie
Highland laddie
I'll never leave thee
Jefte : oratorio in due parte, a 4 voci, a cori. parte prima
Johnny's gray breeks
Johny Fa'
judgment of Paris, The : An English burletta in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market
Klassische Violin-Musik : berühmter Meister des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts
Lady Anne Bothwell's lament
lass of Patie's mill
last time I came o'er the moor
Leander on the bay
Lewie Gordon
Logan water
Love is the cause of my mourning
Low down in the broom
Maid of the oaks
Mary Scott
May day. Mélodie à 4 v.
Mc Pherson's farewell
Musical farces.
My apron dearie
My deary, if thou die
Nancy's to the greenwood gane
new tutor for the harpsichord or piano forte, 1800?:, A
noble pedlar: or, The fortune hunter A burletta. As acted at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane, set to music by Mr. Barthelemon., The
O dear mother, what shall I do
O laddie, I maun lo'e thee
O waly, waly up yon bank
Oh ! open the door, lord Gregory
opera dances for 1784., The
Peggy, I must love thee
Pelopidas drama da representarsi sopra il Teatro di S.M.B.
pilgrim father. Soli et choeur à 3 v.
Pinkie house
Polwart on the green
Roslin castle
Rossini G. A.Morn is beginning
Sad and fearful is the story
Sae merry as we has been
selection of the most favourite Scots songs chiefly pastoral. Adapted for the harpsichord, with an accompaniment for a violin, by eminent masters [: Arnold, Barthelemon, Carter, Shield. Vol. I]...
She rose and let me in
Si j'ai perdu mon amant, jolie romance,... Harpe par Mr Boutard, de l'académie r.le de musique
siller crown
Six lessons : with a favourite rondou [sic] in each for the forte piano or harpsichord : with an accompanyment for a violin ad libitum : opera V
Six petites sonates pour le piano-forte ou pour le clavecin...
Six sonatas : à violon seul et basse : second oeuvre
Six sonatas for two violins or german flutes with a thorough bass for the harpsichord... Opera 1ma
sonates Violon, basse continue Op. 10
Tak' your auld cloak about ye
Tarry woo, tarry woo
There came a ghaist to Margret's door
There's my thumb
Thro' the wood, laddie
Tweed side
Twine weel the plaiden
Very old and therefore valuable Scottish songs arranged for the piano, violin & guitar.
Voluntaries or easy sonatas
When absent from the nymph I love
wish my love were in a myre, I
Woe's my heart
yellow-hair'd laddie