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Isabel Throsby songbook : bound collection of early nineteenth century vocal music / formerly belonging to Isabel Martha Throsby [music]
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Comprising 40 musical scores for solo voice with piano accompaniment.
Bound in 1861.
This collection of sheet music was bound for Isabel Martha Throsby of Throsby Park, probably by J.R. Clarke, whose label is attached to the bottom left hand corner at the back of the album.
Owner Biography: Isabel Martha Osborne, nee Throsby, the daughter of Charles Throsby and Elizabeth Broughton Throsby, married Alick Osborne of Barrengarry, Kangaroo Valley, in 1861 and died at Hamilton [Tudor House], Moss Vale, on 13th June 1901.
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Provenance: Carries the bookseller's label of J.R. Clarke / book, music and print seller / George Street, Sydney.
1 volume ; 34 cm.
The arrow and the song--The Brook--The song of the blind girl to her harp--The bird song--The bridge/J.T.M. Harrison--The careless word/Mrs Norton--The captive greek girl/J.W. Hobbs--The heart bow'd down/M.W. Balfe--The last meeting/ G. Linley--The landing
of the pilgrim fathers/Mrs Heman's sister [Harriet Browne]--The last rose of summer/Sir John Stevenson--The messenger bird, or thou art come from the spirits' land, duet/Mrs Heman's sister--The Roman girl's song/Mrs Heman's sister--The reaper and the flowers/M.W. Balfe--The rich man's bride/[Charles W. Glover]--The sands o' Dee, a ballad--The skipper and his boy/Virginia Gabriel--The treasures of the deep/Mrs Herman's sister--The vesper chime/George Linley--The wishing gate/N.J. Sporle--The wanderer/F. Schubert--Terence's farewell to Kathleen/arranged by Henry Le Patourel--Three fishers went sailing/John Hullah--'Tis hard to give the hand/ Charles W. Glover--Trust me not at all, or all in all/John Blockley--Truth in absence, canzonet/ Edmund B. Harper--To-morrow, companion to the admired ballads, 'Yesterday & To-day'/John Blockley--Truth in absence/Edmund B. Harper--Thou com'st in the visions of night, ballad/G. Linley--That young man from the country/ arranged by Marmaduke Henry Wilson--'Twas he my only thought, ballad/M.H. Balfe--Victor Galbraith/G. Linley--Vi ravviso o luoghi ameni, La Sonnambula/Bellini--What will you do love?/Samuel Lover--When the swallows flying, Agathe/F. Abt--Who shall be fairest?/Frank Mori--Welcome my own home (Santa Lucia)/P. Bragha--Why do I weep for thee?/ballad by W. Vincent Wallace--Yes, I shall see him once again/M.W. Balfe.
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