||London: Thomas Williams; Thompson; Longman & Broderip; J. Buckland; S. Major, 1780.
||Harmonia Coelestis or The Harmony of Heaven imitated: A Collection of Scarce & much esteemed Anthems Proper for a Variety of Occasions; Composed for 2, 3, 4 & 5 Voices, by Purcell, Blow, Croft, Weldon, Clark, Aldrich, Wise & Other Eminent Masters. Also Six New Anthems, never before Printed, Composed by the late Mr. A. Williams. The whole correctly figured for the Organ and adapted for other Instruments.
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||None [force assignment]
||2-5 voices, continuo; some passages marked for oboes (Hoboys) and bassoon; also for 2 flutes, bassoon; some organ ritornellos;
Composer without IMSLP pages:
- T. Clark (obviously not Thomas Clark of Canterbury, 1775-1859)