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The favorite carillon overture to the popular aqua drama entitled Philip and his dog, or There's the child in which is introduced the celebrated air Oh, rest thee babe : performed with the most rapturous applause, at Sadler's Wells Theatre / composed and adapted for the piano forte by John Whitaker.
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MUS/SS/23
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Bound in: Miss Margaret Hazlitt volume of music, circa 1795-1817, a privately bound collection of scores.
Bound with other items, catalogued separately.
Running title: Over.e Philip & his dog.
Engraving at the top of the title: Last scene in "Philip and his dog". Picture of a dog rescuing a child from the river. Painted by George Clint and engraved by Isaac Taylor.
Dating: Button, Whitaker & Comp. at that address and under that name from 1808 until 1820.
Price 3s.
Entered Stationer's Hall.
At the foot of the title: Writing by Jones, 290 Holborn.
Most of the scores in the Miss Margaret Hazlitt volume of music have watermarks in the paper dating from 1811-1817. It is probable that the scores were published between 1811 and 1822. Margaret Hazlitt also wrote her name and 1817 on a number of scores in this volume.
Provenance: Stewart Symonds sheet music collection.
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[Between 1808-1820].
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London : Printed by Button, Whitaker & Comp.y 75, St. Paul's Church Yard.,
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1 score (9 pages) ; 35 cm.
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music
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Between 1808-1820.
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The Mint
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