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Author: Purcell, Daniel, 1660?-1717.
Title: Songs in the new opera, call'd the World in the moon.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: Songs in the new opera, call'd the World in the moon.
Purcell, Daniel, 1660?-1717., Clarke, Jeremiah, 1669?-1707., Settle, Elkanah, 1648-1724.

[London]: Sould by I: Walsh musicall instrument maker in ordinary to his Majesty, at the Golden Harpe and Ho-boy, in Catherine-Street near Summersett House in the Strand, and I. Hare musicall instrument seller at he Golden Violl in St. Paules Church-yard, and at his shopp in Freemans-yard in Cornhill, 1697.
Fully engraved.
Song lyrics set to music by Daniel Purcell and Jeremiah Clarke, the words attributed to Elkanah Settle.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Music in theaters -- Early works to 1800.
Music -- England -- 17th century.
Operas -- Excerpts -- 17th century.

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Sung by Mrs Magnus and a Boy
Sung by Mr. Freeman, & Mr. Leveridge,
Sung by a Girl
Sung by Mrs: Temple,
For the Flute
Sung by Mrs: Linsey
For the Flute
Sung by Mrs: Cross,
For the Flute
Sung by Ms: Cross,
For the Flute