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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8137 0089
Name: 
Barnet, John
Barnett, J.
Barnett, J. A.
Barnett, John
Barnette
Dates: 
1802-1890
Creation class: 
cre
Notated music
Creation role: 
author
Related names: 
Beazley, Samuel (1786-1851)
Lee, Bernard (19e E.)
Lunn, I.
Moncrieff, W. T. (1794-1857)
Moncrieff, William Thomas (1794-1857)
Pearson, Henry Hugo (ca 1820-1873)
Portugal. Conservatório Nacional. Escola de Música
Raymond, R. J.
Raymond, Richard John
Van Dik, Harry Stoe (1798-1828)
Van Dyk, Harry Stoe (1798-1828)
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian (1810-1876)
Titles: 
building of the ship. Op.35., The
Carnival at Naples.
Celebrated singing lesson, between master and scholar
Come sing the lesson, Miss, I pray
Days of the passions
Deuce is in her.
English songs 1800-1860
Far away from the forms and the voices I lov'd
Farewell to the mountain : from the opera The mountain sylph
Farinelli.
Harmony Hall
highland minstrel boy, A : the Scotch minstrel
highlander's bride ..., The
John Barnett's admired air, My fatherland
Joy! Joy! Joy! : the celebrated song from the Lays of the passions
light guitar. A celebrated serenade, The
little blind boy, The : sung by Miss Cawse, at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, in the musical romance called Robert the devil
Love's arrow
Lyric illustrations of the modern poets; a collection of twelve vocal compositions for soprano, contralto tenor, and bass voices;
Mine must be the silent tear : ballad sung by Mrs. Wood in the opera of Fair Rosamond
Moon-light, music, love, and flowers, 188-?:
Moonlight, music, love, and flowers
Moonlight, music, love & flowers : a duett
Mountain sylph.
"My father land" : the admired Tyrolienne sung by Miss Woodward
My fatherland
My lov'd home : the celebrated ballad, as sung by Miss Taylor in the popular musical play of The carnival at Naples, now performing with unbounded applause at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden
My loved home
Of all that e'er for me have sigh'd : sung with the most rapturous applause, by Miss Betts, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in the comic opera of Win her and wear her
Oh men what silly things you are : the celebrated cavatina, sung by Miss H. Cawse, at the Theatre Royal Adelphi, in the popular operetta, called The deuce is in her
raising of Laszrus., The
Rise gentle moon, 184-?:
Rise gentle moon : ballad
Robert the devil.
Rose of Lucerne : the Swiss toy girl
saw him on the mountain. Ballad., I
saw (what seem'd) an artless child, I
School for the voice, 1841.
Scotch minstrel
Semper vigilantes, 1943:
Serenatas
Sol fa duett : The celebrated singing lesson, between master and scholar : sung by Mr. Morris Barnett & Miss F. Stanley, at the St. James's Theatre, in the highly successful burletta called Harmony Hall
Swiss shepherds, [184-?]:, The
There came from soft Italy's bright glowing shore : lay of the troubadour sung by in the opera of Farinelli performed at the Park Theatre
There sits a lovely maiden : (a legend from the German)
Win her and wear her.
wishing bell., The
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