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Song from Burns
Song with words by Robert Burns. First line: 'Their groves of sweet myrtle let foreign lands reckon'. 2 verses. Melody and simple bass part only.
Hither Love thy beauties bring
Pastoral love song - 4 verses with refrain.
Song with violin obbligato and keyboard accompaniment.
The Marseilles March
Version of the Marseillaise, the French national anthem. 6 verses.
Here's the bower she loved so much
Song lamenting the death of a young woman. With keyboard or possibly harp accompaniment.
Duo du Roi Theodore
Duo from the opera La Roi Theodore a Venise, originally in Italian. Words begin 'Filles charmantes, jeunes amantes, daignez m'apprendre'.
Catch (Joan said to John)
Unaccompanied catch or round for three voices.
I ha'e laid a herring in salt
Scottish song: a busy farmer wants a quick answer to his proposal of marriage.
Song in the form of a lament by Marie Antoinette from her imprisonment.
The Joys of the Country
Humorous song about the unglamorous aspects of country life. With violin and piano accompaniment.