12 Sentimental Catches and Glees (Bertie, Willoughby)

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Arranger Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), accompaniment
Publisher. Info. Mr Monzani; Mr Balls; T. Skillern, London.
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Work Title 12 Sentimental Catches and Glees
Alternative. Title Twelve Sentimental Catches and Glees, for three voices. Melodized by the Right Honble. The Earl of Abingdon, the accompaniments for the Harp of Piano Forte, by the celebrated Dr. Haydn, being a gift of his lordship's to Mr. Monzani, for his benefit
Composer Bertie, Willoughby
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IWB 1
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 9 catches, 3 glees
  1. Catch. Know then this truth
  2. Catch. O say, what is that thing call'd light (5 verses)
  3. Glee. Hail to the myrtle shade (3 verses)
  4. Catch. Love free as air
  5. Catch. Ah no lasciarmi no
  6. Catch. O ever beauteous, ever friendly, tell
  7. Glee. Where shall a hapless lover find
  8. Glee. Ye little loves that round her wait (2 verses)
  9. Catch. Some kind angel gently flying (3 verses)
  10. Catch. I fruitless mourn to her who cannot hear
  11. Catch. Farewell my flocks once tender care (3 verses)
  12. Catch. The envious snow comes down in haste
Language English, Italian
Dedication Tebaldo Monzani
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation 3 voices, accompaniment (by Haydn) for harp or piano