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Tonau, etc.

  • NLW MS 10889A.
  • Ffeil
  • [19 cent.]

A tune-book containing hymn-tunes, anthems, etc., by Cadwaladr Jones, Daniel Thomas Williams ('Tydfylyn'), George Frederic Handel, Edward Stephens ('Tanymarian') and others. The words to one of the tunes are by Robert Parry ('Robyn Ddu Eryri').

Tonau

  • NLW MS 10888A.
  • Ffeil
  • [19 cent.]

A tune-book containing hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes, anthems, glees, and folk-songs by John Williams, Cadwaladr Jones, John Evans, Rhuddlan, Charles Avison, Richard Mills, William Byrd, George Frederic Handel, Morris Davies and others.

Music,

  • NLW MS 10943C.
  • Ffeil
  • [mid 19 cent.].

A volume entitled 'The Nightingale Anthems, Choruses and Tune Book', containing compositions by G. F. Handel (including one sung to words by Hugh Jones ('Erfyl')); W. A. Mozart; J. Ambrose Lloyd; John Ellis, Llanrwst (arrangements by William Owen, Prysgol, and 'O[wain] Alaw'); Giacomo Carissimi; Owen Davies ('Eos Llechryd'); John Owen ('Owain Alaw'), including compositions to words by John Jones, ('Talhaiarn'), Edward Roberts ('Iorwerth Glan Aled'), John Jones ('Ioan Tegid'), and Hugh Jones ('Erfyl'), and a winning composition at the Tremadoc Eisteddfod, 1851; E[dward] Stephen ('Tanymarian'); Franz Joseph Haydn; John Mills ('Ieuan Glan Alarch'); John Roberts ('Ieuan Gwyllt'); Brinley Richards (to words by 'Talhaiarn'); and others. On the fly-leaf is a printed leaflet of hymns, etc. to be sung at the re-opening of Clynnog Church, 2 June, 1856, and a manuscript round for three voices by Dr. Philip Hayes. The volume is indexed.

Music,

A composite volume of manuscript and printed music. The manuscript portion, compiled during the first half of the nineteenth century, comprises dances, airs, etc., of which the titles are 'Ruth' by Miss Davies ('E. L. C. Aug. 1840'), 'Canzonetta Veneziana' by Gio. Batta. Perucchini, 'Death Song of the Cherokee Indian', 'Hopswaltze' by [ ] Meyer, 'Lady Bruce' by [ ] Weippert, 'Waltz', 'Christmas Carol' ('Russian Air'), 'Geschwind Walzer', 'Walzer', 'Cottillon', 'Mary Anne's Waltz', 'Modinha', 'When thro' Life . . .' by R. Broadley, 'When forc'd to part . . .' [by R. Broadley], 'Air for the Harp' by James Meyer, senior, 'Serch Hudol', 'Venetian Rondo', ‘'Welsh [air]', 'Lesson' by [ ] Meyer, 'Breuddwyd y Frenhines', 'Brave Jonathan his bow ne'er drew' ('Oratorio of Saul' by Handel), 'Waltz' by [Ludwig van] Beethoven, 'Mazurka', 'Paul Garat', 'Waltz' by [Wolfgang Amadeus] Mozart, 'Wálecná, Pjsen pro Ceskau obranu', 'Pedal March' ('in imitation of a band marching thro' a town'), 'Imogen', 'Waltz', 'Slingsby' s Allemande', 'Lady Sutherland's reel' ('M[ary] T[hereza] T[albot]'), 'The Perthshire Hunt', 'The College Hornpipe', 'Garthland's Strathspey', 'The Tank', 'Mrs. McLeod of Raza', 'Awake my soul . . .', 'The Cosack', 'The Villagers', 'Danse A la Cosaque', 'Miss Flora Steibelt', 'The retreat', 'General Graham's Victory', 'Over the sunny hills I stray . . .', 'La Terza ', 'Bradalbaine's farewell to Ireland', 'The Broom of ?Cowden Brown', 'Prussian Waltz', 'An Irish Air', 'My Grandmothers hop', 'Diniweudruydd Colomen', 'A Welsh Air' ('Planxty Jane'), 'Lesson' (3), 'African Song', 'Waltz', 'Ecossaizer Waltz', 'The Rose of Aberdeen', 'Chartreuse', 'The Glen of Gorbaul', 'The Pampluna Waltz', 'Austrian Military Waltz', 'Albanian Waltz', 'Montpellier Waltz', 'Alpine Waltz', 'Slow March', 'Quick March', 'Louise', 'Elisabeth', 'March. Musquetier Regiment' by [ ] von ?Koslov, 'The Stormont Lads', 'Kin[?g] Caldrums reel', 'Prince of Saxe Coburg's March' (1814), 'Waltz', 'La Perle' by Princess Charlotte [Augusta ] (2); 'Le Sentiment' by P[rinces]s Charlotte], 'Mother Shipton', 'Moll in the Wad', 'Sweedish Waltz', 'L'Anacreon', 'Pipe de Tabac', 'Minuet in Don Giovanni', 'Albanian Waltz','Mazurka' (2), 'Ffoliad Llantrissant', 'Modinha ' ('Portuguese'),'Mazurka', ('Jane's) Mazurka', 'Rondo', 'Thro' the wood Laddie', 'Prince of Waterloo', 'Carron Side', 'Minuet to the Overture to Sampson' by [George Frederic] Handel, 'Sound an Alarm' by Handel, 'Bonnie wee thing', 'St. Patrick's day in the morning with Vars.', 'Rheinweinlied ', 'Kathleen O'More' ('Irish Air'), 'Waltz', 'in Ballet of Figaro', 'Waltz 4th' by [ ] Manson, 'Rushing' ('Irish Boat Song'), 'Cornish Waltz' ('Copied C. M.'), 'Cornet Waltz', 'Leipsic Waltz', 'Waltz', 'Lough Sheeling ' ('Copied'. 'Irish'), 'Tune. Within this Village lives a maid' ('Copied'. 'Irish'), 'Rant des Vaches', etc. The printed collections are Anton Diabelli: 'Euterpe eine Reihe moderner and vorzüglich beliebter Tonstücke . . . (Wien, n.d.), Albert [Gottlieb] Methfessel: Sechs Lieder . . . ( Leipzig, n.d.), and [Carl Friedrich] Zelter: Lieder, Balladen and Romanzen . . . 2 Hefte (Berlin, n.d.). Bound into the volume at the beginning is an incomplete list of the manuscript music.

Music,

An early nineteenth century music book containing a selection of vocal and instrumental pieces. The titles include 'La Notte. Arietta italiana', 'Ebben per mia memoria' by [Gioacchino Antonio] Rossini, 'Louise de Chimay ', 'Minuet and Rondo by Mr. Gwynne' ('Welsh'), 'Lady Alda's Dream' by Mrs . [ ] Arkwright, 'Serenade', 'Lesson' by [John] Parry [of Ruabon], 'Chorus from Iphigenia' by [Christoph Willibald Ritter von] Gluck, 'The Maltese Mariner's Hymn', 'Mac Lean's Welcome' ('from the Gaelic'), 'Mrs. Garden of Trrup's Strathspey', 'Winter's Song. Words & music by [ ] Bayly', 'Parry's lesson', 'Garth's Rondo', 'The Dusty Miller', 'Lady Shaftsbury', 'Hymmo Constitucional', 'The Coronach' by [ ] Clarke, 'Tyrolienne', 'Trio', 'La Burasca', 'Canzone' by [Giuseppe] Millico, 'Lady Mary Ramsays Strathspey', 'Countess of Lauderdales reel', 'New rigged ship ', 'Era felice un di' by [ ] Mayer, 'La Partenza', 'March of the 4th Dragoon Guards', 'Russian Waltz', 'Austrian Lindler', 'Waltz', 'Quadrille ', 'Vien qua Dorina bella', 'March' by Count Neuberg, [ ] from 'Mose in Egitto' [by Rossini], 'Minuet in the Ballet of Nina', 'Preciosa' by [Carl Maria von] Weber, 'Heu, Heu, reicht mir Nectar' by [Sigismund] Neukomm, 'Das Heimweh', 'Duo', [ ] by G. Prescentini, [ ] by [Giacomo Gotifredo] Ferrari, 'Gallopade', 'Galloppe', 'Waltz' by P. ?Upsilanti, 'Trio', 'Waltz' by Miss [ ] Smith, 'Song of Peace' by W[illiam] Carnaby, ' 133d Psalm' by Neukomm, 'Hymn for Midnight', [ ] by [Johann Friedrich] Edelman[n], 'Old English Melody', [ ] by [Johann Nepomuk] Hummel, 'The Highland Widow', 'O the gusto' ('Barcarole'), 'Lied in der Fremde' by Weber, 'Thekla' by [Johann Rudolf] Zumsteeg, 'Thekla eine Geistnstimme' by [ Friedrich Ludwig) Seidel, 'Nehmt euch in acht' by [Vincenzo] Righini, 'Les premiers Amours' by N[icolo] d'Isouard, 'Twilight' ('Welsh'), [ ] by [ Ludwig van] Beethoven, 'Rode's Air', 'Theme Allemand' by [ ] Künten, 'Vien diletto è in ciel la Luna' from 'I Puritani' by [Vincenzo] Bellini, 'Su questa man concedi' from 'U[ltimo] G[iorna] de Pompeii' by [Giovanni Pacini], 'Dans la prairie fraiche et fleurie', 'Double chant', [ ] by W[ illiam] Jackson, 'Psalm 145' (emended to 15), 'Valse', 'Funeral March in Saul', 'March' by [Henri] Herz, 'Ah Dove Sei', 'Tyrolienne', 'Round' by [ ] Bononcini, 'Minuet in Ariadne' by [George Frederic] Handel, 'Valse compose par le Baron Seymour de Constant', 'Waltz' by Beethoven (emended to [Franz] Schubert), 'A Greek Air' (words by Lord Byron), 'The Fairy Bells' by Mrs. [ ] Norton, 'Weber's last song', [ ] by J[oseph] P[ hilip] Knight, 'Y Gadlys', 'Y Ferch o'r Sker', 'Con quel occhietto' by [ Giuseppe Marco Maria Felice] Blangini, 'I come creeping', 'Our Mother's voice' by Mary Selwyn, 'The Hermitage' by [ ] Drobisch, 'Canzonet' by Capt. Harington, 'Hindostanee Air' (words by W. Kennedy), 'The Song of other times', 'Duettino' by Blangini, 'Jenny Jones', 'Waltz' by Beethoven, ‘'Deutches Rheinlied' by Nicholas Becken, 'Morning Hymn' by F[rangois Hippolyte] Bartheleman, 'In mia man Alfin to sei', 'Duet. Norma' by Bellini, 'Galoppe from the Daughters of the Danube', 'Oh the merry days', 'Monferino' ('Guitar Music'), 'Rondo', 'Words from Woodstock' by Mrs. Arkwright, 'The Song of Phillipa Cahigel of Badajos', 'Lebe Wohl', etc. On the fly- leaves are English words to 'Glan meddwdod mwyn' and to the old Scotch air of 'He's dear to me tho' he's far away'.

Tune book

The tune book of Samuel Paigne, Waterford, 1799, containing psalm-tunes, hymn-tunes, anthems and choruses from The Messiah.

Paigne, Samuel, Waterford

Welsh airs

  • NLW MS 23434C.
  • Ffeil
  • [?1820s]

A manuscript music book, [?1820s], belonging to a Mrs Fletcher, containing arrangements of eight Welsh folk-tunes for harp or pianoforte.

Hymn tunes, chants, &c.

  • NLW MS 13950A.
  • Ffeil
  • [19 cent., third ¼]

A tune book, [19 cent., third ¼], containing hymn tunes, chants and other sacred music. An index to the composers of the tunes on ff. 1-9 verso is on f. ii. The tunes on ff. 33-34 are dated 'Jan. 1866'.

Hymn-tunes, &c.

  • NLW MS 13945A.
  • Ffeil
  • [c. 1828]

A tune-book, [c. 1828], containing hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes and anthems in the hand of Hugh Williams, whose name occurs inside front cover.

Williams, Hugh, active 1828

John Parry ('Y Telynor Dall'),

A composite volume containing John Parry ('Y Telynor Dall'): Antient British Music ... (London, 1742), A Collection of Welsh, English & Scotch Airs ... (London [1752]), and British Harmony ... (London, 1781), and a manuscript of John Parry containing arias, minuets, overtures, concertos, Welsh airs, etc., partly with variations by John Parry himself and by Evan Williams [bookseller, London]. Copious manuscript annotations have been added by Nicholas Bennett. Also bound or pasted down in the volume are a note on provenance by E[van] D. J[ones], [19]07; a comment by Carl Engel on Antient British Music ...; an invoice from Bernard Quaritch, London, to N. Bennett, 1888, for Antient British Music ...; a portrait of John Parry; a list by Mary Davies, 1911, of 'Names of tunes written in a copy of Ancient British Music ... 1742 belonging to R. Morris now in British Museum in Addit. MSS. 14939'; critical observations by D. Emlyn Evans on individual songs in Antient British Music ...; and holograph letters from D. Emlyn Evans, Cemmes, Mont., to Mr. Lewis [L. W. Lewis, 'Llew Llwyfo'], [19]07, from Lady Llanover, Llanover, Abergavenny, to the Rev. J. Harmer, 1888, and from Joseph Joseph, F.S.A., Brecon, to [ ], 1888. The spine is lettered 'Vol. I. Antient British Music. J. Parry Rhuabon Blind. 1742'.

John Parry and others.

Llyfr tonau,

An imperfect volume of hymn-tunes, psalm-tunes, etc., some of which are attributed to John Davies, John Roberts (Wrexham), S. Standly, John Evans, John Jeffreys, Win. Pugh, Thos. Evans (Swansea), Robert Mills, Hugh Evans, etc. At the beginning is an incomplete list of titles.

Cerddoriaeth amrywiol

A miscellaneous collection of hymn-tunes, anthems and songs by Welsh composers, including 'Seren Bethlehem' by Edward Stephen ('Tanymarian'), 'Waterloo' by D. J. Morgans, 'Yr hen aelwyd Gymreig' by 'Isallt', 'Cyfraith yr Arglwydd' by D. W. Lewis, 'Trywead alawon' by W. O. Jones, 'Gwyn fyd y gwr' by Dan Protheroe, with Christmas cards in the form of carols, 1907-1912, 'Diangaist i'r Bedd' by D. Emlyn Evans, 'O'r dyfnder y llefais' by W. T. Samuel, 'Gras ein Harglwydd' by M. Morgan, Cwmtawe, 'Atgofion yr hen amser gynt' and 'Cartref fy mebyd' by R. S. Hughes, 'Bow down the knee' by Edward Stephen, 'I will lay me down in peace' by C. Francis Lloyd, 'Prize Composition, 1893' by D. Pughe Evans, and hymn-tunes by W. T. David, John Davies, Godre'r Parc, A. Evans, Llandudno, D. Emlyn Evans, M. O. Jones, T. Amos Jones, D. W. Lewis, William Owen, Porthmadog, and Joseph Parry.

Harp music

  • NLW MS 24006A.
  • Ffeil
  • 1800-1810

A manuscript music book, with some annotations in pencil, containing lessons, songs, dances and airs for the harp in the hand of Elizabeth Giffard (1766-1842) of Nerquis Hall, Flintshire (for Elizabeth Giffard's dates of birth and death see e.g. Peter Howell Williams, 'Elizabeth Giffard of Nerquis Hall' in Hanes Bro Clwyd, 27 (Autumn 1991), pp. 2-11; cf. her signature in NLW Caerhun collection, 240-1, and in her will (NLW SA 1844/158)).
The title of each work and, in some cases, the name of the composer, is noted for each piece. Several of the pieces (pp. 17, 24, 26, 29, 30, 33, 39, 66 (titled the 'Nerquis March'), 69, 75, 89) are by Benjamin Cunnah (will proved 1840), organist of Ruabon, Denbighshire, and composer of New Welch Music: Consisting of Three Sonatas, Chase Minuets, Siciliano, Rondos, Marches, Airs with Variations for the Harp or Piano Forte (London, 18--). Several Welsh airs are included (pp. 10, 12, 21 ('Ar Hyd y Nos'), 22 ('Codiad yr Ehedydd'), 23 ('Nos Galan'), 25 ('Pen y Rhaw'), 71 ('Ar Hyd y Nos'), 84-85 ('The March of [the] Men of Harlech'), 280-1 ('Morfa Rhuddlan')). Above the piece entitled 'Midnight Cerus' (p. 89) Elizabeth Giffard has noted 'Blowed June 29 1807 at Nerquis Hall'. At the end of the volume (pp. 278-286) are some technical exercises for the harp together with instructions for tuning the instrument and for pedalling. Staves ruled in ink on pp. 1-286; pp. 1-91, 278-286 completed with music. See also Peter Howell Williams, 'Elizabeth Giffard of Nerquis Hall' [Part 1] in Hanes Bro Clwyd, 27 (Autumn 1991), pp. 2-11, in which a family tree, ending with Elizabeth and her sister Eleanor, is included (p. 3), together with an account of a legal wrangle and religious dispute between Elizabeth Hyde, Elizabeth's maternal grandmother, and her father, John Giffard; and Peter Howell Williams, 'Elizabeth Giffard of Nerquis Hall' [Part 2] in Hanes Bro Clwyd, 28 (Spring 1992), pp. 12-17, which largely involves family legal matters such as inheritance rights and marriage settlements, and which also includes tables showing the pedigrees of Elizabeth's Wynn of Nerquis forebears and their connections to the Williams family of Pont-y-Gwyddel and to the Wynns of Gwydir (p. 17). See also Patrick J. Doyle, 'The Giffards of Nerquis' in Flintshire Historical Society Publications, 24 (1969-1970), pp. 79-85.

Giffard, Elizabeth, 1766-1842

Music,

A music book of the second quarter of the nineteenth century containing a selection of vocal and instrumental pieces. The titles include 'Miss Ann Elphinston's Waltz', 'My laddie is gone . . .', 'Russian Waltz', '2d Russian Waltz', 'Rise gentle Moon' ('written by J. Planche, Esq., composed by J[ohn] Barnett'), 'Frankfurter Waltz', ['Lady Roseberry's] Waltz', 'Nubian Girl's Song', ['Canone'] by [Benedetto] Ferrari, 'Bonna Notte' ('arranged, and to be had of Mr. Verani, 19 New Castle Street, Strand'), 'What is life', 'Kyrie Eleison', 'Ascension Day', 'Thanksgiving', 'Hear my Prayer' by [James] Kent ['For Charlotte Talbot'], 'Oh had I the wings of a Dove', 'La Rosalia' (composed by Signor Verani, 19 New Castle Street, Strand), 'Il Velo' [by Ferrari], 'La bergere', 'Barcarolla' ('poesia del Metastasio'; arranged, and to be had of, Mr. Verani, 19 New Castle Street, Strand), 'Bellezza mia . . .' by [Giuseppe Marco Maria Felice] Blangini, 'La Description des Fleurs' (arranged, and to be had of, Mr. Verani, 19 New Castle Street, Strand), an air by [George Frederic] Handel, 'The Sleeper', 'Cancion', 'Mr. Wall's waltz', 'Minuetto', 'Swiss Air', 'Bolero', 'Fandango ', 'El Pescador', 'Waltzer', 'Welsh Ranz des Vaches', 'Air' by H. G., 'Duo ', 'Ave Sanctissima' (words by Mrs. [Felicia Dorothea] Hemans), 'Bolero', 'Der Geisbue', 'Fare-well dear Maid . . .' by Mr. Broadley, 'Cancion del Ramo', 'Cancion Patriotica', 'La Ausencia', 'Cancion', 'Polish Waltz', 'Shelah O'Neill', 'Gamut for the Guitar', 'Addio Teresa', 'Aria Veneziana', 'Cara Eliza . . .' by Blangini, 'The Mermaids Song' by [Franz Joseph] Haydn , 'Der Alpen Jager', 'All Enk Nachbarslenten', 'Das Schiizenlied', 'Der Tyroler Landsturm', ['Il Cucu'] by [Giacomo Gotifredo] Ferrari, 'Waltzer', 'Francalanza', [ ] by [Gioacchino Antonio] Rossini, 'Polonaise' by Count [ Michal Kleofas] Oginsky, 'Nina nou dir ni no' [by Blangini], 'Celui qui sut toucher mon coeur', 'Sweet Richard' ('Welsh Jig'), 'A favorite Swiss Air' ('In imitation of a Musical Snuff Box'), 'Non giova il sospirar', 'The Pirates' Serenade', 'In la Marchese Giardiniera', 'The Pilgrim Fathers ', 'The Pilot', 'I have known thee' by [ ] Bayley, 'Merch Megan', ['Duet '] by [Karl] Czerny, 'La Varsovienne' by [ ] Varelski, 'El Pajarito', 'Ffarwel f'ieuengtid', 'Hymn', 'Canzone popolare romanesco, 'Fandango' by [ ] Beczwarzowski, 'Quadrille', 'Polonaric Duet', 'Cancion Guerera' by D. J. Assencio, 'Rondo' by [Johann Sebastian] Bach, 'Hoffder y Gwyneddigion', 'Duet-The Waltz', 'Waltzer', 'The Voice of Home' (music by J. Lodge, Esq., words by Mrs. Hemans), 'Galopade', 'Quadrille', 'Quadrille', 'Polonaise' by [Wolfgang Amadeus] Mozart, [Waltzes] by [ ] Beczwarzowski, 'Quadrille', 'Waltz' by [ ] Haperman, 'Reveil du 63me Régiment' ('pour Fanfares') by G. Mansel, 'Bruder schwingt nun die Pokali', etc., from 'Zampa' by [Louis Joseph Ferdinand Herold], 'Les plaisirs de Rosny', 'The Bagpipe', 'March in Masaniello', 'Corsican Air', 'We have lived and loved together', 'March', 'Air by Mr. Gwynne of Glanbrane', 'Duett' by [ ] Guglielmi (emended to [Niccoló Antonio] Zingarelli), 'Waltz' by [Karl Gottlieb] Reissiger, 'Meillionen', 'Air in Alcina' by Handel, 'Bundeslied', 'Trinklied', 'Der Lands Vater', 'Ma Normandie', 'How sweetly could I lay my head', 'Lord Beauchamp's March', etc. The fly-leaf contains a progressive list of contents of the volume.

Tune book

  • NLW ex 2327
  • Ffeil
  • [1800-1898]

A music manuscript [c.1800]-1898, possibly from Waunfawr, Caerns., containing various hymn-tunes, anthems and psalm tunes by James Mills, Llanidloes, and others, beginning in a hand c.[1800] and twice inscribed in another hand 'February 1898'. One of the pages bears the inscription 'William Jones'.

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8064B
  • Ffeil
  • c. 1840

The tune book of David Lewis (? of Bryncrug, Merioneth), c. 1840.

Lewis, David, of Bryncrug?

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8065A
  • Ffeil
  • 1828

A volume of hymn-tunes, chants and anthems compiled by Owen Williams, Caerdegog Uchaf, Cemais, Anglesey, 1828.

Williams, Owen, Caerdegog Uchaf, Cemais, Anglesey

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8067A
  • Ffeil
  • [19 cent.]

The tune book of Owen Jones, Denbigh Street, Llanrwst.

Jones, Owen, Llanrwst

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8068A
  • Ffeil
  • c. 1821-1850

The tune book of John Lloyd, precentor of Hyfrydle Chapel, Holyhead, c. 1821-1850, maternal uncle of John Roberts ('Ieuan Gwyllt'), who has inserted his tune 'The Happy Land', on pp. 237-238.

Lloyd, John, Holyhead

Llyfr tonau

  • NLW MS 8075A
  • Ffeil
  • 1821

The tune book of Lewis Lewis, a huntsman at Gogerddan, 1821, containing hymn-tunes and anthems, 'carol plygain', 'The African hymn', and notes on psalmody.

Lewis, Lewis, Gogerddan

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