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Five waltzes for the piano forte. With an accompaniment (ad libitum) for the flute respectfully dedicated (by permission) to Mrs. Bold / by George Hargreaves, amateur. [[music]]
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MUS/SS/22
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Engraved throughout.
Dating: After 1812 based on and prior to 1830. The dating evidence is based on the dates for Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co being at 20 Soho Square and also Goulding still being part of the business. His name drops off after 1820.
Running title: Hargreaves Waltz's.
Pr. 16-.
Bound in 'Lucy Havens, volume of songs and music, circa 1798-1825' in the Caroline Simpson Library collection.
Lucy Havens (1804-1867) was born in Monimail, Fife in Scotland, she then moved to Whitehaven, Cumberland in the north of England. She immigrated to Sydney with her family in 1839. She married a former convict and successful business man Thomas Hyndes in 1850. She remarried Scottish Presbyterian minister William Purves. She lived in The Rocks in Sydney.
Title page initialled by Hargreaves.
George Hargreaves (1799-1869) was born in Liverpool and died in Liscard in Cornwall. He was the son of Thomas Hargreaves, famous painter of miniatures (cited in: Dictionary of composers for the church in Great Britain and Ireland).
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Contents: [Piano] The Guerilla -- The Hugomont -- The Coburg -- The Waterloo -- The fair Lavalette -- Flauto.
Provenance: Stewart Symonds sheet music collection
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[between 1813 and 1820?].
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London : Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co., 20 Soho Square
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1 score (5 p.) ; 34 cm.
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betw 1813 and 1820.
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The Mint
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