Full title: Misses Dickens vocal.
Call Numbers: Q784.3/M
Record Identifier: 74Vv05P0GB3g
Formats: Music Scores
Contents: 1 album of music ; 35 cm in Solander box 38 x 29 x 4 cm, , , , Ilka blade o grass keps its ain drap o' dew / the poetry by James Ballantine ; adapted to a melody & sung by John Wilson.
New song, The nameless lassie / the poetry by James Ballantine ; the music composed by Alex Mackenzie.
Adieu, dear heart of Aberdeen : Scottish song of the 15th century, as sung by Miss Rainforth ... / words restored by James Ballantine ; music adapted and arranged by Alexander Mackenzie.
The childless widow / words by James Ballantine ; music by Peter McLeod.
Bonny Bonaly : sung with distinguished applause by Mr Haigh / the poetry by James Ballantine ; the music composed by Alexander Mackenzie.
A Christmas rose / words [and music?] by James Ballantine.
Oh! the merry summer morn : duet for soprano & contralto : the poetry from the "Household words" by the kind permission of the author / composed and dedicated to Miss Jenners, by John Lodge Ellerton, Esq.
The flower that smiles to-day / the words by Percy Bysshe Shelley; the music by John Lodge Ellerton, Esq.
Farewell to the old house : the song of Esther Summerson / written by Charles Jefferys ... ; set to music by Charles W. Glover.
I wandered by the Brook-Side, Ballad / the poetry by R.M. Milnes, Esq. M.P. composed for and dedicated to his sister, Mrs Hampton by G. A. Osborne.
The muffled drum, song / the poetry written by Mrs Hemans; the music composed by John Lodge Ellerton, Esq.
Parting words : canzonet / written by Mrs Hemans; the music composed & dedicated to the Lady Georgiana Jane by John Lodge Ellerton, Esq.
Ada Clare / written by Charles Jefferys ... ; set to music by Charles W. Glover.
Songs of Zion No. 1, Psalm XIX, "Thy glory, Lord, the heavens declare" / the words by James Montgomery ; the music by Francis Hartwell Henslowe.
Songs of Zion No. 2, Psalm 39, "Lord, let me know mine end" / the words by James Montgomery ; the music by Francis Hartwell Henslowe.
Where is thy home? / words by Robert Wilson Evans ; composed by Francis Hartwell Henslowe.
Tho' tears dim the eye of Lisette : ballad / written by J.B. Walker, Esqr.; the music by J. Hirst.
I love the spring : ballad / sung by Rebecca Isaacs, words by Helen Hetherington ; composed & dedicated by permission to Mrs Charles Dickens by Viletta Barber.
Flowers that never die : song / written by Dr. William Beattie, dedicated to Mrs. Roylance Child; composed by Mrs. Mackinlay.
Kind wishes : song : for one or two voices / written by Charles Swain; the music composed by Mrs. Mackinlay.
There's light behind the cloud / written by Mrs. Mackinlay dedicated to Miss Mary Phillpotts; composed by W. H. Holmes.
She's lovely as the moonlight : song : for one or two voices / dedicated to Mrs. Benjamin Babington, written by Mr. Charles Rowland Dicken; composed by Mrs. Mackinlay.
Smile on me : song / sung by Miss Birch; written and arranged by Mrs. Mackinlay.
The old hundredth, hundred & fourth, and ninety eighth psalms, and the Advent hymn, Let He comes with clouds descending / newly arranged for the organ or piano forte by T. Ollive, Organist of Margaret Chapel, Marylebone.
Four hymns : The morning. Evening. Christmas. Portuguese & Sicilian mariners / newly arranged for the organ or piano forte by Dr. Carnaby.
Publishers: [between 1840 and 1859?]
Mitchell Library copy at Q784.3/M: To be issued in Special Collections.
Owner bound album of 19th century vocal and piano music.
For solo and/or duet voices with piano or organ accompaniment.
Contains vocal music from various composers, some with inscriptions dedicated to Mrs Charles Dickens. Also includes autograph letter from the composer Francis Hartwell Henslowe to Charles Dickens dated "17 August 1849".
Additional physical form availability note:
Online at the State Library of NSW.
MMS ID: 991015965459702626