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Arnold, Samuel
Arnold, Samuel ((composer))
Arnold, Samuel (Dr)
Čepononis, Antanas
Danielytė, Jovita
Trečiokas, Vytautas
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Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
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Related names: 
[Morton, Thomas] (1764?-1838. [from old catalog])
Colman, George (1762-1836)
Dashwood, Henry Sir
Händel, Georg Friedrich (1685-1759)
Hodson, Laurence W.
Hoskins, Robert H. B.
Hudson, Laurence W.
Lee, Henry (1765-1836)
Longman & Broderip
O'Keeffe, John (1747-1833))
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Wesley, Samuel (1766-1837)
White, William (1571-1634)
Agreeable surprise. Libretto. [from old catalog]
Anthem for Easter
Anthem. For the coronation of George IId. Composed in the year 1727. By G. F. Handel
battle of Hexham;, The
Blessed be God (Chorus)
Cantata I
Cantata II
Cantata IV
Castle of Andalusia.
Cathedral music: ...
Children in the wood. Libretto. English [from old catalog]
children in the wood:, The
Convivial harmony
day that gave great Anna birth (Chorus) (4 v., 3 instr.), The
day that gave great Anna birth (Chorus) (6 v., 3 instr.), The
dead alive: a comic opera. In two acts. As it is performed at the theatres in London and Dublin., The
Dead alive. Libretto. English [from old catalog]
Eight lessons for the harpsichord or piano forte : opera VII
Gavotta (2 instr.)
Incle and Yarico: an opera, in three acts
Inkle and Yarico.
Kings [bis] shall be thy nursing fathers (5 v., 9 instr. et b. c.)
Kings daughters were among
Let God arise
maid of the mill, The
matrimonio segreto., Il
mountaineers: a play, in three acts:., The
mountaineers, The : as performed ... : opera 34
My hear is inditing
O sing unto God (Duetto) (2 v., 4 instr. et b. c.)
O waly, waly up yon bank
O worship the Lord (Duetto) (2 v., 2 instr. et b. c.)
Obi, or, Three-finger'd Jack
Ode for St Cecilia's Day
Overture (3 instr. et b. c.)
Overture (9 instr.)
Overture in D Op. 8 Nº 2
Overture in D Op. 8 Nº 4
Overture in D Op. 8 Nº 6
Overture in F Op. 8 Nº 3
Overture in G Op. 8 Nº 5
Overture to Polly
Overtures, op. 8 [Enregistrement sonore] [etc.]
owe you one, I
Pauvre Madelon; a favorite dialogue & duett in The surrender of Calais.
Peeping Tom of Coventry: a musical farce, in two acts
prince's applaud ([Air]) (1 v., 1 instr. et b. c.) (Second part), The
prince unable to conceal ([Air]) (1 v., 1 instr. et b. c.) ([First part]), The
psalms of David for the use of parish churches., The
Quartette, Vl 1 2 Va Vc
review or Wags of Windsor., The
[Sans titre] (3 instr.)
[Sans titre] (4 instr.)
Savournna deligh shighna oh : a favorite song sung by Mr. Owenson in The surrender of Calais.
Sechs Duette : für 2 Flöten
second sett [!] of eight lessons for the harpsichord or piano forte, opera X, A
Semele : a dramatick performance in score
set of progressive lessons, A : for the harpsichord, or the piano forte expressly calculated for the ease of beginners : opera XII
She rose and let me in
Shipwreck. Libretto. English. [from old catalog]
shipwreck. Opera., The
son-in-law: a comic opera, in two acts, The
Son-in-law. Libretto. English. [from old catalog]
Sonaten, Vl Kl, op. 11,3.
Sonaten, Vl Kl, op. 11,5
Sooth'd with the sound (Recitative) ([First part])
Star-spangled banner (Song)
Summer amusement.
surrender of Calais: a play, in three acts., The
Surrender of Calais. Libretto. English] [from old catalog]
surrender of Calais. Op. XXXIII., The
Surrender of Calais. Pauvre Madelon; arr. [from old catalog]
They are brought dawn and fallen (Chorus)
Though an host of men (Chorus) (5 v., 3 instr. et b. c.)
tremble to think, I
Two to one.
United nations shall combine (Chorus) (2 ch. à 4 v. et 4 instr.)
Upon thy right hand
veteran tar, 1801, The
Vield who will to forms a martyr
Violin sonata in F major, op. 11, no. 3 ("La caccia")
When the follow drum, a favorite song in the opera of the Mountaineers, sung by Mrs Bland..., [pr. 1 v. et b.]
When the hollow drum ; in The mountaineers.
While shepherds watched Christmas music from English Parish churches and chapels, 1740-1830.
With downcast looks ([Récit]) (1 v., 3 instr. et b. c.) ([First part])
With revish'd ears the monarch ([Air]) (1 v., 1 instr. et b. c.) ([First part])
wolf, as sung in the comic opera of The castle of Andalusia., The