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Author Eccles, John, -1735, composer.

Uniform Title Incidental music. Selections
Title Incidental music. Part 2, Plays H-P / John Eccles ; edited by Estelle Murphy.

Publication Info. Middleton, Wisconsin : A-R Editions, Inc., [2021]
2021

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Description 1 score (xxiii, 449 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates) : facsimiles ; 31 cm.
notated music ntm rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Recent researches in the music of the Baroque Era, 0484-0828 ; v. 220
Recent researches in the music of the Baroque Era ; v. 220.
Note For various combinations of voices and instruments; figured bass unrealized.
Language English words, also printed as texts preceding the music for each play.
Staff notation.
Note Music by John Eccles except as indicated.
Edited from the composer's Collection of songs for one, two, and three voices (London: John Walsh, 1704), and other sources.
"The works of John Eccles"--Page xvi.
Includes introduction by Winkler, Alan Howard, and Estelle Murphy, and critical commentary following the music for each play.
"Biographical glossary": pages 441-447.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 448-449).
Contents Hamlet, Prince of Demnark / William Davenant after William Shakespeare ; songs by John Eccles and anonymous (1703). A swain long slighted and disowned ; Once more to these arms -- Henry V / Roger Boyle after William Shakespeare ; song by John Eccles (revival ca. 1700). Fill all the glasses -- The husband his own cuckold / John Dryden, Jr. ; instrumental music by Gottfried Finter ; songs by John Eccles (1696). Help, oh help ye powers divine ; Why so coy and so strange? -- The innocent mistress / Mary Pix ; instrumental music by Francis Forcer ; songs by John Eccles and anonymous (1697). At dead o fnight, when wrapped in sleep ; When I languished, and wished ; How long must I the hours employ -- The intrigues at Versailles; or, A jilt in all humours / Thomas D'Urfey ; songs by John Eccles and William Croft (1697). Hey hoe, the clock has just struck four -- The Italian husband / Edward Ravenscroft ; instrumental music by John Eccles ; songs by John Eccles and anonymous (1697). Why do I sigh and languish so -- The justice busy; or, the gentleman quack / John Crowne ; songs by John Eccles ; dances by anonymous (ca. 1699). I'll hurry thee hence ; E'er since you came into my sight ; My lover has an inconstant mind ; No ev'ry morning ; Till now I suppressed the fire in my breast ; Wine does wonders ev'ry day ; You ladies who are young and gay ; Justice Busie -- The Lancashire witches; or, Teague O'Divelly the Irish priest / Thomas Shadwell ; songs by John Eccles (1694-95). Tormenting passion leave my breast ; Then beauteous nymph ; Thus you may be as happy as we -- The libertine / Thomas Shadwell ; songs by William Turner, anonymous, Henry Purcell, John Eccles, and John Wilford (1704). Thou joy of all hearts ; Chloris, when you disperse your influence ; Prepare, prepare, new guests draw near ; What's love? 'tis all o're a deceit ; In vain I hope to find relief -- Love betrayed; or, The agreeable disappointment / William Burnaby ; instrumental music by William Corbett ; songs by John Eccles, John Corbett, and John Weldon (1703). Chloe found love for his Psyche in tears ; Love in her bosom end my care -- Love for love / William Congreve ; instrumental music by Gottfried Finger ; songs by John Eccles and Gottfried Finger (1695). A nymph and a swain to Apollo ; A soldier and a sailor ; I tell thee Charmion -- The lover's luck / Thomas Dilke ; instrumental music by Thomas Tollet ; songs by John Eccles (1695). Rich mines of hot love ; Full of the god ; Let us revel and roar -- Love's a jest / Peter Anthony Motteux ; songs by John Eccles, Bernard Martin Berenclow, anonymous, and Samuel Akeroyde (1696). Slaves to London I'll deceive you ; Slaves to London I'll deceive you ; From Aberdeen to Edinburgh ; Should I not lead a happy life? ; Hark you madam ; Mortals learn your lives to measure ; Pretty miss let us talk together -- Love triumphant; or, Nature will prevail / John Dryden ; songs by John Eccles and Henry Purcell (1694). What state of life can be so blest ; Young I am and yet unskilled -- The man of mode; or, Sir Fopling Flutter / George Etherege ; songs by Nicholas Staggins, John Eccles, and Littleton Ramondon ; dances by anonymous (revival ca. 1698). When first Amintas charmed by heart ; As Amoret with Phillis sat ; Caelia with mournful pleasure hears ; That you alone my heart possess -- The married beau; or, The curious impertinent / John Crowne ; instrumental music by Henry Purcell ; songs by John Eccles, Henry Purcell, and anonymous (1694). Oh fie! What mean I foolish maid ; Beyond the desert mountains -- The match at Bedlam / Anonymous ; song by John Eccles (ca.1696-98). Amintor's warmth declines -- Measure for measure; or, Beauty the best advocate / Charles Gildon after William Shakespeare ; instrumental music by John Eccles ; music from Dido and Aeneas by Henry Purcell ; dance by anonymous ; song by John Weldon (1700). Take, o take those lips away -- The metamorphosis; or, The old lover outwitted / John Corey ; song by John Eccles (1704). Hail powers beneath -- The midnight mistakes / Joseph Williams ; song by John Eccles (1694?). You damsels who sleep -- The novelty: every act a play / Peter Anthony Motteux, John Oldmixon, and Edward Filmer ; songs by John Eccles (1697). Her eyes are like the morning bright ; Hee oh! pray father -- The pretenders; or, The town unmasked / Thomas Dilke ; instrumental music by John Lenton ; songs by John Eccles (1698). All things seem deaf to my complaints -- The provoked wife / John Vanbrugh ; songs by John Eccles (1697). Fly ye happy shepherds ; When yielding first to Damon's flame -- Pyrrhus, King of Epirus / Charles Hopkins ; songs by John Eccles (1695). Hark! The big drums they beat to battle ; Stretched in a dark and dismal grove.
Subject Incidental music -- Scores.
Genre/Form Incidental music.
Scores.
Added Author Murphy, Estelle (Dr), editor.
ISBN 9781987206265
1987206266

 
    
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