File NLW MS 11969D. - Music,

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NLW MS 11969D.

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Music,

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  • [1815x1825] / (Creation)

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An early nineteenth century music book of Charlotte Louisa Talbot [afterwards the wife of the Reverend John Montgomery Traherne, Coedriglan] ('the gift of Mama'). The volume contains songs, psalms, hymn-tunes, dances, etc., and the titles include 'Glamorganshire March', 'The Soldier's Joy', ' La Piedmontaise', 'O What a beau my Grannie was', 'Progressive Lesson' ('by Hulmandel', i.e., Nicolas Joseph Hullmandel), 'Duke of Gloucester's March', 'Easter Hymn', 'Hymn' by [Ignaz Joseph] Pleyel, 'The Highland Queen', 'Song in Rosina', 'Song in poor Soldier', 'The Complaint' by [? William] Jackson, 'Somebody' by Lady Cornwallis, 1776, 'Rock & wie pickle tow', 'Lady Priscilla Bertie's Minuet', 'In Airy Dreams', 'Egyptian Love Song', 'Babling Echo', 'Song', 'Down the Burn Davy', 'The Belfast Almanack ', 'Sir Watkins Delight', 'Black Mary' ('very old Galic air'), 'Barcarole ', 'Marlbroug', 'Aria' by [Wolfgang Amadeus] Mozart, 'Kate of Aberdeen', 'The Fields were green', 'Rest beauteous flow'r . . .' by Jackson, 'Thou soft flowing Avon. . .' by Dr. [Thomas Augustine] Arne, 'Valenciennes March', 'Waltz', 'Mrs. Brunels Waltz', 'Lord Wellington', 'Oh the Moment was sad' ('Irish'), 'Leipsic Waltz', '2d Waltz', '3d Waltz', '4th Waltz', 'Amour, cruel amour', 'Oh Nanny' by [Jan Ladislav] Dussek, 'Rondo', 'Kielmark's Romance', 'Chatley Waltz', ['La pipe de Tabac'] by [ ] Varnier, 'Thirty second Psalm', '34th Psalm', '42d Psalm', 'Mrs. Macdonald ', 'Rousseau's Dream', 'La Brillante', 'Austrian Waltz' by [John] Parry [ of Ruabon], 'Air' by [?P.M] Meyer, 'Barcarole', 'The Porteynon Whim' (1817 ), 'Vincennes Waltz', 'Miss Knight's Waltz', ['Waltz'] by [ ] Ferstein, 'She rose and let me in', 'La Paysanne', 'Folia d'Espagna', 'La pion pion d' Estelle', 'March' by [Robert Nicolas Charles] Bochsa, 'Waltz' by [Johann] Schenk, 'The Hyperbole' ('composed by Mrs. R. J.'), 'Waltz', 'Thema', 'The Queens Minuet', 'Psalm 34th', 'How long wilt thou forget me Lord . . .' by [ George Frederic] Handel, 'Part of the Service of the Greek Church as performed in Russia', 'Psalm VIII' ('Magdalen Evening hymn'), 'No t'was neither shape nor feature . . .' by [Johan Sebastian] Bach, 'The Inconstant's Waltz', [ ] by [ ] Pleyel, 'The Lass that was laden wi' care', 'Conway Castle' by [John] Parry, 'Emma's Reel', Welsh air ('Os ai dithau duwa y lech blaen nant ty . . .'), [ ] by [ ] Pleyel, Welsh air ('[Pan] own i ar foreudydd ...'), 'Toi!', 'Air by Lady Catherine Bligh', ‘'Jones's Hornpipe', 'Andante' by [P. J.] Meyer, senior, 'Where the bee sucks' by Ame, [ ] by [Girolamo] Crescentini, 'Rondo' by Bach, [ ] by Bach, 'Lochaber', 'Miss Johnson's Reel', 'Sonata' by [William] Corbett, 'Romance' by [Franz Joseph] Haydn, 'Air' by [Giovanni Battista] Viotti, 'La Montaguarde' by [ ] Trenisi, 'Waltz', 'March' by Handel, 'Arietta Romana', 'Wire a' Noddin', 'Indian Air', 'Sonata' by [?Johann Samuel] Schroeter, 'Rondo in 11 Barone di Terre forte' by [?Tommaso] Giordani, 'L'Été', 'La Foe', 'La Flora', 'La Matilde', 'Le Tancred', 'Zitti Zitti', 'La Limerick', 'La Nouvelle Fantaisie', etc. The greater part of the volume is indexed.

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English, Welsh, French, Italian.

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The description is also available in the Handlist of Manuscripts in the National Library of Wales, Volume IV (Aberystwyth, 1971).

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Formerly known as Traherne-Mansel Franklen 111.

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Preferred citation: NLW MS 11969D.

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vtls004930144

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  • Text: NLW MS 11969D.