Bound in: Miss Margaret Hazlitt volume of music, circa 1795-1817, a privately bound collection of scores. Full text available online at Internet Archive
Bound with other items, catalogued separately.
Caption title: The delights of Windsor.
Pages 3,4, and 5 have sections for horns and flutes. The title makes no mention of any other instruments except piano forte.
Entered at Stationer's Hall. Checked in Kassler's book but no entry, seems that many of Walker's publications are not listed at Stationer's Hall despite "Ent. At Stat. Hall" printed on cover.
Engraving of Windsor Castle with the river Thames in the forefront with trees along the bank and boats in the river on the cover .
Note at foot of title page under publication information: Just published the Cottage Rondo by Holst 2s./.
Mr R. Burbidge was the organist of St. George the Martyr, Southwark c1798. There are only 3 entries for him in Stationer's Hall in the late eighteenth century (Kassler).
Dedication to Mr Latour. Mr Latour has variant names: Latour, Francis Tatton (1767-1845); Latour, Tatton (1767-1845); Latour, Jean (1767-1845); Latour, Jean Tatton (1767-1845); Latour, Théodore (1767-1845); Latour, Jean Théodore (1767-1845). He was an organist of the Sainte-Marguerite church, Saint-Omer, Pas-de-Calais (in 1786); pianist and piano teacher; composer; music editor; active in London from 1792 to 1837; first associate of Samuel Chappell under the name of Francis Tatton Latour, then independent publisher (1826-1830); was pianist of the Prince of Wales then King of England George IV. Information from the BNF.
There are a large number of scores in the Margaret Hazlitt volume published by G. Walker at 106 or 105 and 106 Great Portland Street. The publisher was at the 106 Great Portland Street address between 1795 and 1820. (Parkinson)
Most of the scores in the Miss Margaret Hazlitt volume of music have wate