Macbeth (Leveridge, Richard)

Authorship Note
Music often mis-attributed to Matthew Locke.


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Fynnjamin (2019/7/15)

Arranger John Addison (d. 1844), keyboard accompaniment
Engraver printed from Patent Copper Types by William Clowes
Publisher. Info. London: Goulding and D'Almaine, n.d.
Copyright
Misc. Notes Title: The Introductory Symphony, Airs, Recitatives, Dance, and Choruses, in the Tragedy of Macbeth, in complete score, composed by Matthew Locke ... The whole revised and corrected, and an accompaniment for the piano forte or organ added, by J. Addison.
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Fynnjamin (2019/9/7)

Arranger William Henry Ware (1777-1828), additional music
Charles Stokes (1784-1839), piano arrangement
Publisher. Info. London: W. Hodsoll, n.d.
Copyright
Misc. Notes Title: The Music in Macbeth, as performed at the New Theatre Royal Covent Garden, the Vocal Part by Matthew Locke, the Overture & Additional Symphonies by W. H. Ware, the Whole arranged for the Piano Forte and respectfully dedicated to Mrs Siddons, by C. Stokes.
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General Information

Work Title Macbeth
Alternative. Title
Composer Leveridge, Richard
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IRL 4
Librettist William Shakespeare (d. 1616)
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation voices, orchestra (strings, continuo)
Extra Information Usually misattributed to Matthew Locke