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PROPERTY OF VISCOUNT STRATHALAN, FROM THE LIBRARY AT STOBHALL

Haydn, Joseph
DR HAYDN'S VI ORIGINAL CANZONETTAS FOR THE VOICE, WITH AN ACCOMPANIMENT FOR THE PIANO-FORTE, [HOB.XXVIA/25-30], FOR THE AUTHOR, & SOLD BY HIM AT NO.1 BURY STREET, ST JAMES'S, [1794]
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212

PROPERTY OF VISCOUNT STRATHALAN, FROM THE LIBRARY AT STOBHALL

Haydn, Joseph
DR HAYDN'S VI ORIGINAL CANZONETTAS FOR THE VOICE, WITH AN ACCOMPANIMENT FOR THE PIANO-FORTE, [HOB.XXVIA/25-30], FOR THE AUTHOR, & SOLD BY HIM AT NO.1 BURY STREET, ST JAMES'S, [1794]
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Haydn, Joseph
DR HAYDN'S VI ORIGINAL CANZONETTAS FOR THE VOICE, WITH AN ACCOMPANIMENT FOR THE PIANO-FORTE, [HOB.XXVIA/25-30], FOR THE AUTHOR, & SOLD BY HIM AT NO.1 BURY STREET, ST JAMES'S, [1794]
first edition, signed by the composer on the title, 31 pages, folio (c.34 x 24cm), engraved throughout, bound with a collection of some twenty contemporary editions of songs and song-sheets, including full scores by Cimarosa ('Partirò dal caro bene'), Handel ('Heart the Seat of Soft Delight'), Gluck ('Non vi turbate, no'), Viotti ('Amanti che ne core'), and editions of songs by Handel, Storace, Purcell, Graeff (signed), Bowie, Kent and others,

over 20 items in one volume, engraved thoughout, some vocal decorations and other musical alterations in ink and pencil throughout, contemporary calf-backed marbled boards, ownership inscription to pastedown ("Amelia Sophia Murray, 1795"), some wear and staining to corners, including titles, joints tender
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Literature

Hoboken Collection 1525

Catalogue Note

Amelia Sophia Murray (1780-1849), daughter of John Duke of Athol, became Viscountess Strathallan in 1809. She may be the "Mistress Murray" listed among subscribers to Haydn's Creation in 1800.

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