George Granville (1666-1735)

Country :Grande-Bretagne
Language :anglais
Gender :masculin
Birth :09-03-1666
Death :03-02-1735
Note :Baron Lansdown de Biddeford. - Poète et auteur dramatique
Variants of the name :George Granville Lansdowne (baron, 1666-1735)
George Granville Lansdown (baron, 1666-1735)
George Grenville (1666-1735)
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 8365 1749


Auteur du texte6 documents

  • The British enchanters; or, No magick like love

    Material description : 71 p.
    Note : Note : Par George Granville. - Pièce de théâtre en vers avec des chansons Sources : CG, LXXXVIII, 562. - ESTC. - Sonneck, librettos

  • [Heroick love]

    Material description : [4-] 74 p. ; 4 °
    Edition : London : S. l. n. d.

  • The Jew of Venice

    a comedy

    Material description : [VI-] 48 p.
    Note : Note : Adaptation de «The Merchant of Venice» de Shakespeare, par G. Granville, d'après le catalogue de la Bibliothèque du British Museum
    Edition : London : Cornmarket press , 1969

  • The Poetical works

    Material description : 228 p.-[2] f. de pl. dont 1 portr., sign. A-T⁶
    Note : Note : Comporte 2 p. de titre dont la 2de porte en plus : « containing his Miscellanies, Epistles, Songs, Prologues, Epilogues, Imitations, Dramatic poems etc. etc. etc. ». - Le portr. et le frontisp. portent comme adresse, London, John Bell et comme date, 1780. - Précédé de vers en l'honneur de l'auteur. - Portr. gr. par Cook. - Rel. contemporaine de l'éd., veau raciné, à décor doré, dans un coffret ayant la forme de 2 livres contenant 56 vol. de la collection
    Edition : Edinburg : at the Apollo press, by the Martins , 1779

  • Contenu dans : Duets, dialogues and trios

    When Myra sings. - [28]

    Material description : 1 partition (XX-228 p.) : 29 cm
    Note : Note : Réunit : "A grasshopper and a fly" ; "Above the tumults of a busy state" ; "Alas, how barbarous are we" ; "Come, dear companions of th'Arcadian fields" ; "Come lay by all care" ; "Dulcibella, whene'er I sue for a kiss" ; "Fair Cloe my breast so alarms" ; "Fill the bowl with rosy wine" ; "Go tell Aminta, gentle swain" ; "Here's to thee, Dick" ; "How sweet is the air and refreshing" ; "In some kind dream" ; "I saw fair Chloris all alone" ; "I spy Celia, Celia eyes me" ; "Julia, your unjust disdain" ; "Let Hector, Achilles, and each brave commander" ; "Lost is my quiet forever" ; "Nestor, who did to thrice man's age attain" ; "O dive custos" ; "Oft am I by the women told" ; "Saccharissa's grown old, and almost past sport" ; "Sylvia, thou brighter eye of night" ; "Though my mistress be fair" ; "Underneath this myrtle shade" ; "Were I to choose the greatest bliss" ; "When gay Philander left the plain" ; "When, lovely Phyllis, thou art kind" ; "When Myra sings" ; "When Teucer from his father fled" ; "While bolts and bars my days control" ; "Has yet your breast no pity learn'd ?" ; "Haste, haste gentle Charon" ; "Hence, fond deceiver, hence begone !" ; "Sit down, my dear Sylvia" ; "While you for me alone had charms" ; "Why, my Daphne, why complaining" ; "'Tis wine was made to rule the day" ; "When the cock begins to crow" ; "A poor blind woman" ; "In all our Cynthia's shining sphere" ; "To this place we're now come" ; "What can we poor females do ?". - Apparat critique
    Edition : London : Novello , cop. 2007
    Compositeur : Henry Purcell (1659-1695)


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  • Documents by this author : The British enchanters..., 1732
  • Ouvrages de reference : Oxford DNB (2008-02-26)
    BL ESTC : Granville et Grenville
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BN Cat. gén. : Lansdowne (George Granville, lord)
    BN Cat. gén. anonymes 1501-1800

Variants of the name

  • George Granville Lansdowne (baron, 1666-1735)
  • George Granville Lansdown (baron, 1666-1735)
  • George Grenville (1666-1735)

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