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Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy's oratorio : Elijah, No. [30 & 31] / the words adapted from the bible by W. Bartholomew, Esqre.
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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.
Bound in: Isabel Osborne songbook circa 1837-1866.
Cover title.
Song for voice and piano.
First line: Arise Elijah.
Running title: Elijah, Mendelssohn.
Ent. Sta. Hall. --on cover.
The complete piano-forte score, with portrait of the composer, bound in cloth 36/- net. The Octavo edition type English & German words bound in cloth 8/- net. -under list of 42 songs on cover.
Back page advertisement for Ewer & Co.: Universal Circulating Musical Library and circulating terms etc.
Dating: Ewer & Co. at 87 Regent St. 1859-67 (Parkinson).
Accompaniment reduced for piano.
Recitative (Arise, Elijah) for alto and bass, and aria (O rest in the Lord) for alto solo from the oratorio; orchestral acc. arr. for piano.
Nos. 30 and 31 in this edition of separate numbers.
English words.
Contents: No. 30 Recit. Arise Elijah -- No. 31 Air O rest in the Lord.
Provenance: Isabel Throsby sheet music collection.
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[between 1859 and 1867].
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London : Ewer & Co. 87 Regent St., ; Bonn : N. Simrock. ; Paris : Hy. Lemoine.
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1 score (5 pages) ; 34 cm.
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music
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between 1859 and 1867.
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