Music by Domenico Corrie

Beware of Love

  • Sung by Mr. Braham in the opera of “The Travellers” or “Musics Fascination”, composed by D. Corri, written by Mr. Cherry.

The Grand Characteristic Overture to the Comic Opera of The Travellers or Music’s Fascination

  • Now performing with unbounded applause at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, composed by D. Corri.

New and Complete Collection of the Most Favourite Scots Songs

  • Including a few English and Irish, with proper graces and ornaments peculiar to their character, likewise the new method of accompanyment of thorough bass.

Select Collection of the Most Admired Songs, etc

From operas in the highest esteem and from other works, in Italian, English, French, Scotch, Irish, etc., etc. In 3 books.

Vol. 1. Italian songs, rondeaus, , etc. Vol. 2. English songs, , terzetts, etc. Vol. 3. National airs, notturni, rondos, canzonette, duettini, terzetti, catches, and glees, all in their respective languages.

The music divided into phrases, sentences marked by points, with appropriate graces, cadences, etc., and accurate directions for the management of the voice; also an accompaniment arranged on a plan to enable any harpsichord player to accompany himself although unaquanted with the rules of thorough bass.

All volumes on microfiche.

  • The Singers Preceptor; or, Corris Treatise on Vocal Music, calculated to teach the art of singing

Proper rules to assist those who sing by ear only, so arranged as to enable the pupil to improve by their exercise in the absence of a master; with a selection of English, Scotch, Italian, and French songs, duets, etc., also cadenzas, graces, and other ornaments, and an accompaniment for the pianoforte; with memoirs of the author’s professional life. 2 vols. in 1.

  • A Select Collection of 40 of the most Favorite Scots Songs

With symphonies, graces, and accompaniments for the pianoforte. 4th edn.

  • Twenty-four New Country Dances for the Year 1797

With their proper figures for the harp, pianoforte, and violin, as performed at the Prince of Waless and other assemblies.

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