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Name: 
John Andrew Stevenson
John Stevenson (componist uit Ierland (-1833))
John Stevenson (Irish composer)
John Stevenson (irländsk kompositör)
John Stevenson (irsk komponist)
Sir John Andrew Stevenson
Stevenson, I.A.
Stevenson, J.
Stevenson, J.A.
Stevenson, John
Stevenson, John A.
Stevenson (John Andrew)
Stevenson, John Andrew (Sir)
Стивенсон, Джон Эндрю
Dates: 
1761-1833
Creation class: 
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arranger
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Related names: 
Bishop, Henry R.
Bishop, Henry Rowley
Braham, John (1774-1856)
Braham, Mr
Code, H. B.
Code, Henry Brereton
Emmet, J. K. (co-author)
Fitzsimons, E.J.B.
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Kappey
Moore, T.
Moore, Thomas (1779-1852)
Moore, Thomas (co-author)
Power, James (1766-1836)
Rhames, Francis fl (ca.1778-1810)
Robinson, Francis James (1799-1872))
Tufts, John W. (co-author)
Vieira, Ernesto (1848-1915)
Walker, John (1759-1830)
Titles: 
Ah! say, lovely Emma a canzonet with an accompaniment for the harp or piano forte
Baladas
Ballads
bank of violets, c1832:, The
Believe me if all those endearing young charms
Buds of Roses, Virgin Flowers a chearful [sic] Glee for 4 Voices
Come Buy My Cherries : arranged as a rondo for the harp or piano forte
Come Take The Harp : a canzonett
Come tell me says Rosa
Come unto these yellow sands glee for three voices, as sung at the Hibernian Catch Club, with an accompaniment for two performers on one piano forte
Cushendall, op. 118
Dearest girl I soon must leave thee a favorite ballad sung with unbounded applause by Mr. Braham
dieu, The
Duos., [
Early days how fair and fleeting, a favorite song,..., composed by Sir J.-A. Stevenson, mus. doc.
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,..., The
Euterpean . A choice collection of popular choruses, quartets and part-songs, designed for the use of high schools, designed for the use of high schools, academies, seminaries, grammar schools, choral societies, singing clubs, etc. Comprising. Selected, compiled and arranged by John W. Tufts,..., The
Evening : canzonett
Faithless Emma,... the music, composed by J.-A. Stevenson,..., the words by G.-A., Esq.r of Dublin
Flow on, thou shining river
Go burning sighs a favorite song with an accompaniment for the piano forte, composed by J.-A. Stevenson, mus. doc.
Go Zephyr et Whisper the maid, composed by Doct. J.-A. Stevenson
Hark! the vesper hymn is stealing : a Russian air
Has Sorrow Thy Young Days Shaded : a favorite Irish melody
Heath this night must be my bed
Hush'd be that sigh
Irish melodies.
last rose of summer, The
Legacy
Love, my Mary, dwells with thee : duet
Love's young dream : oh! the days are gone
maid of marlivale a ballad from Moore's poems, The
Maid of martivale a ballad from Moore's poems, composed with an accompaniment for the piano forte or pedal harp, by sir J.-A. Stevenson, The
maid of the valley a ballad imitative of Irish melody, The
Maid whose Heart was cold to Love, The : sung by Mr. Philipps
Mary I believed thee true
Meeting of the Waters, The
Minstrel Lays : arranged for the flute ; No. 2
Morning noon, Evening et Night four ballads for the harpsichord or piano forte, composed by J.-A. Stevenson. M.-D. op. 4
My love is far away
National song folio. Volume I, The
O Evér skill'd a new song, with accompanyment for the pianoforte, composed by D.r Stevenson
O leave me to my sorrow ballad
Oh stay sweet fair, an answer to Moore's favorite ballad of O Lady fair, composed with an accompaniment for the piano forte by J.-A. Stevenson, words by G.-A. Esq.r
Oh stay sweet Fair : an answer to Oh Lady Fair
Oh, then dearest Ellen I'll love you no more A ballad composed and dedicated to Miss Fanny Nickson
Oh! would I ne'er had seen thee a ballad
original boat glee, See our bark scuds o'er the main, The
patriot, or, Hermit of Saxellen; a musical drama, in three acts, as performed at the Royal Hibernian Theatre, Peter-Street., The
Prepare ye nymph's, prepare the much admired trio in the opera of Psyche.
Prize glee.
Psalm 108 "O God, my heart is ready"
Reason folly and beauty. Italian Air. Accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson. Written by Thomas Moore
Rich and rare were the gems she wore.
Selection of Irish, melodies with symphonies and accompaniments, by sir John Stevenson, mus. doc. and characteristic words by Thomas Moore Esq.r, A
series of sacred songs. Duetts and trios, A
Should those fond hopes : from Moore's National melodies
Softest charmer : a favorite canzonet
Spanish patriots a thousand years ago an historical drama in three actas ...
Sweet is the Woodbines fragrant twine a favorite song, composed by John Stevenson, mus. doc
Sweet lady! lady! look not look not thus again
Sweet Little Margaret : a favorite duett
Tell me where is fancy bred? duetto
That ino longer wish to rove, a duett for two voices with an accompaniment for the pianoforte or pedal harp, composed by Sir J.-A. Stevenson, mus. doc.
There's not a look, a word of thine : a canzonet
This life is all chequered.
Tho' fate my girl, may bid us part
Those evening bells
'Tis Love that murmurs in my breast a glee for three voices
To ladies' eyes
To the brook and the willow : a ballad sung by Mrs. Ashe
Toll not the bells.
'Twas his own voice recitative and air from Lalla Rookh
Victory to British glory
was a wild and wayward boy the harp song from the celebrated poem 'Rokeby', I
Wasted weary wherefore stay
When night was spreading o'er me a favorite ballad
Where is the nymph whose azure eye
Where's the rosy smile : a favorite Irish song arranged for the piano forte
Whilst I listen to thy voice
Winds that waft to love a favorite Ballad..., composed by Sir John Stevenson,..., The
With delight will i sing, composed by Doct.r J.-A. Stevenson
Woodbine cottage: a ballad, The
Woud i neer had seen thee, composed by Doc.r J. A. Stevenson
Wreaths of flowers a trio
Young Cupid my fond heart beguiles
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