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The comical history of Don Quixote [electronic resource] : for duet for alto and bass, piano accompaniment / Henry Purcell.

Author/Creator:
Purcell, Henry, 1659-1695 composer.
Publication:
[London, England] : Novello & Company, [date of publication not identified]
Format/Description:
Musical score
1 online resource (1 score (pages 132-193))
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Standardized Title:
Don Quixote
Subjects:
Incidental music -- Scores.
Language:
English words.
Staff notation.
System Details:
data file
Contents:
Act II, scene I. Sing all ye muses : duet (alto and bass)
Act III, scene II. When the world first knew creation : song (bass)
Act IV, scene I. Let the dreadful engines : song (bass)
Act V, scene II. With this sacred charming wind : trio (two sopranos and bass)
Act IV, scene III. For a clown and his wife since times are so bad : dialogue (soprano and bass)
Act V, scene II. Genius of England : song (tenor and soprano)
Lads and lasses, blithe and gay : song (soprano)
Act V, scene I. From rosy bowers : song (soprano).
Notes:
Title from resource description page (viewed March 27, 2019).
Written in 1694.
For alto, bass, 2 sopranos, and tenor solo voices with various accompaniments in various vocal scorings.
Contributor:
Alexander Street Press.
OCLC:
1104049563
Publisher Number:
12258 Novello
NOV161216 Novello
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.