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Dibdin, Charles (British dramatist, illustrator, 1745-1814)
Musical sound recording
Bickerstaff, Isaac (1733-1808?)
Cruikshank, George (1792-1878)
Dibdin, Charles (1768-1833)
Dibdin, Thomas (1771-1841)
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Holman, Peter (1946-)
Opera Restor'd London
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Reeve, William (1757-1815)
Sedaine, Michel-Jean (1719-1797)
Webbe, Samuel (1740-1816)
Whitaker, John (1776-1847)
adopted child, The : a musical drama, in two acts
Ah how cruel the reflection (Pescetti)
Ah, how delightful the morning (Scolari)
Ah how weak how weak is inclination (Perez)
Airs, recitatives, and chorusses, in the new performance, called Harlequin, the phantom of a day A pantomime. And a musical piece, called the cestus, a serenata. Performing at the Royal circus, in St. George's Fields.
Anna, Anne, Nan, Nance, and Nancy
Beggars' opera excerpts from Gielgud's Glyndebourne production, The
Captain Wattle, a new song
Castles in the air.
Clump and Cudden
collection of songs, selected from the works of Mr. Dibdin. Third edition. With additions and alterations. Volume I, A
complete history of the English stage. ... by Mr. Dibdin. ..., A
Deserter. Libretto. English
Excuse me for mezzo soprano and chamber ensemble
Go and on my truth relying comfort (Vento)
Here, a sheer hulk, lies poor Tom Bowling
Hope and fear alternate (Dibdin)
I'll mount the cliffs. I'll watch the coast ([Air]) (1 v. et b)
I'm but a poor servant (Arne)
Immortal pow'rs protect me (Dibdin)
Ivanhoe or the Jew's daughter a romantic melo-drama in 3 a...
Jolly young waterman
Lads in the village, a favourite song in the new opera of the Quaker [pr 1 v. et b.], The
Lionel & Clarissa medley
lyric remembrancer, [The
Oh bliss unexpected my joys (Dibdin)
Oh what a night is here for love (Dibdin)
Padlock. A comic opera, The : as it is performed at the Theatre-royal in Drury-Lane. The words by the author of the Maid of the Mill, &, &. The music by Mr Dibdin
padlock, The : a comic opera ...
padlock Was I a shepherd's maid], [The
Poor Jack : a favorite song : in the whim of the moment
Poor Jack a favourite song
Poor Tom, or, The sailor's epitaph
Poor vulcan, a burletta, in two acts As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By John O'Keefe, Esq.
quaker a comic opera..., The
recruiting serjeant, the
Rondo allegretto (flûte et violon [sans indication de provenance])
sailor's return, The
Sans Souci. Mr. Dibdin's twentieth night. By the authority of the Right. Hon. the Lord Chamberlain, on Tuesday, November 26, 1793 ... will be presented, at Sans Souci, in the Strand, an entirely new entertainment, called Castles in the air.
Sea songs and ballads
Shenkin & Winny
soldier's adieu composed by Dibdin for his entertainment call'd "The Wags" [pr 1 v., b. et fl.], The
songs, &c. in the new pantomime called The Lancashire witches: or the distresses of Harlequin, The
Songs, choruses, &c., which are introduced in the new entertainment of the Jubilee, at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-Lane.
Songs, duettos, glees, catches, &c. with an explanation of the procession in the pantomime of Harlequin Free-mason, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden
songs of Charles Dibdin, chronologically arranged, with notes, historical, biographical, and critical; and the music of the best and most popular of the melodies, with new piano-forte accompaniments to which is prefixed a memoir of the author, The
Songs. Selections; arr.
summer's tale. A musical comedy, The
Sweet is the ship that under sail
This here's what I does
To rob them of strength (Ciampi)
Tom Tough ; or, yo heave ho
touchstone or Harlequin traveller originally published by S. A. Thompson London 1779, The
Tour to the Land's End.
'Twas landlady Meg that made such rare flip
Walk in, walk in, each beau and belle
was the pride of all the Thames, I
While Up the Shrouds
While whim and glee and jest and song
Will of the wisp.
With my sighs my heart is swelling (Potenza)
wonder I swear how women can bear (Arne), I
Would'st know my lad why every tar
You ask how it comes that I sing about Nancy
younger brother: a novel, The