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Song in The captive.

Author/Creator:
Cocchi, Gioacchino, b. ca. 1720.
Standardized Title:
Captive. Cease ye fountains, cease to murmur
Other Title:
Captive
First line: Cease ye fountains, cease to murmur
Publication:
[179-?]
Format/Description:
Musical score
[2] p. of ms. music ; 31 cm.
Subjects:
Songs with piano.
Songs with harpsichord.
Operas -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Music -- Manuscripts.
Notes:
Ms., ink.
Song for voice with piano or harpsichord.
English words written between two staves.
From the musical farce based on John Dryden's Don Sebastian The captive by Isaac Bickerstaff, a pasticcio with music chiefly by Charles Dibdin, 1769.
Local notes:
With: Moller & Capron's monthly numbers. Philadelphia : printed for Moller & Capron, [1793] (no. 30 of 30 items)
From the library of the Francis Hopkinson family -- Richards, Caroline. An eighteenth century music collection -- Thesis (M.A.) Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1968.
Photocopies of individual items bound in v. 5 in suppl. 1.
Penn Provenance:
Heineken, M. E. (inscription)
Hopkinson, Edward Jr. (donor)
Hopkinson, Francis
Hopkinson, Joseph
Hopkinson, Oliver
Penn Chronology:
[179-?]
Contributor:
Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.
Contained In:
Hopkinson collection of music. v. 5
OCLC:
63667689
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