Title
Amphion Anglicus. A work of many compositions, for one, two, three and four voices : with several accompagnements of instrumental musick; and a thorow-bass to each song : figur'd for an organ, harpsichord, or theorboe-lute. By Dr. John Blow
Author(s)
Blow, John (1649-1708). Compiler
Author(s)
White, Robert, 1645-1703. Engraver
Author(s)
Anne Sophie de Danemark et de Norvège (1647-1717). Dedicatee
Author(s)
Pittis, William (1674-1724)
Author(s)
d'Urfey, Thomas (1653-1723) - English poet and dramatist
Author(s)
Hall, Henry (1656?-1707)
Author(s)
Clarke, Jeremiah (1674-1707)
Author(s)
Croft, William (1678-1727) - (English composer)
Author(s)
Philipps, John (1631-1706)
Author(s)
H.P (c. 1698-1700)
Author(s)
Barrett, John (1676?-1719?)
Author(s)
Luddington, William (c. 1700)
Author(s)
Brown, Richard (c. 1700)
Author(s)
Langbridge, Ed (c. 1700)
Author(s)
Akeroyde, Samuel (flor. 1684-1706)
Author(s)
Pearson, William (flor. 1700-1725 (1732?))
Imprint
London : Printed by William Pearson : for the Author [...] : and by Henry Playford [...], 1700
Publisher
Pearson, William (flor. 1700-1725 (1732?))
Publisher
Playford, Henry (1657-1707)
Publisher
Blow, John (1649-1708)
Language
English
Country
United Kingdom
Collation
[8], viii, [2], 216 p., [1] pl. : mus., portr. ; folio
Sig. [p]2 b2 a2 b3 B-3I2
Provenance
Vaushu c. 1818 musicien
Kuyvett c. 1818 musicien
Travers c. 1818 musicienne
Stephens c. 1818 musicienne
Sale, J.-B. c. 1818 musicien
Melsh, J. c. 1818 musicien
Greatoret c. 1818 musicien
Lindley, Rob. c. 1818 musicien
Leele c. 1818 musicien
Fétis, François-Joseph 1784-1871
Note
Title in red and black
Biliographic
reference

RISM A/I/1 B 2985
Author (note)
Portr. designed and engraved by R. White
Dedication of the author to Ann of Denmark
Odes of William Pittis, T. D'Urfey, Henry Hall, Jeremy Clarke, William Crofts, J. Phillips, H.P., John Barrett, William Luddington, Richard Brown, Ed. Langbridge, S. Akeroyd, William Pearson & Mr. Herbert
Copy (note)
Written note : "On the 19 June 1818; Mr. Vaushu [?], Mr. [?] Kuyvett, Miss Travers, Miss Stephens, J-B Sale, J. Melsh, Mr. Greatoret; and Mr Rob. Luidley, met to try over the musci contained in this book; at the house of Mr Leele and [?] we were not much pleased with our voyage of discovery"
Digitised version
https://uurl.kbr.be/1561835
ISBD
See ISBD format
Amphion Anglicus. A work of many compositions, for one, two, three and four voices : with several accompagnements of instrumental musick; and a thorow-bass to each song : figur'd for an organ, harpsichord, or theorboe-lute. By Dr. John Blow . - London : Printed by William Pearson : for the Author [...] : and by Henry Playford [...], 1700. - [8], viii, [2], 216 p, [1] pl. : mus., portr. ; folio. - Sig. [p]2 b2 a2 b3 B-3I2 . - Title in red and black. - RISM A/I/1 B 2985 . - Portr. designed and engraved by R. White ; Dedication of the author to Ann of Denmark ; Odes of William Pittis, T. D'Urfey, Henry Hall, Jeremy Clarke, William Crofts, J. Phillips, H.P., John Barrett, William Luddington, Richard Brown, Ed. Langbridge, S. Akeroyd, William Pearson & Mr. Herbert. - Written note : "On the 19 June 1818; Mr. Vaushu [?], Mr. [?] Kuyvett, Miss Travers, Miss Stephens, J-B Sale, J. Melsh, Mr. Greatoret; and Mr Rob. Luidley, met to try over the musci contained in this book; at the house of Mr Leele and [?] we were not much pleased with our voyage of discovery" .


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