Samuel Harrison (1760-1812)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 08-09-1760
Death : 25-06-1812
Note :
Artiste lyrique (ténor)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 5114 1509

Activities of Samuel Harrison (1760-1812) (8 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Musical work (8)

Softly rise o southern breize. A favorite song [pr. v. et pf. en part.]. Song by Mr Harrison with Samuel Harrison (1760-1812) as Chanteur
The favorite air of Lord remember David as sung with the greatest applause, by Mr Harrison in the Oratorios, theatre royal Covent Garden... with Samuel Harrison (1760-1812) as Chanteur
Deeper and deeper still as, sung by Mr Harrison, Mr Braham & Mr Incledon, in the oratorios at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden... [pr 1 v. & b., extrait de Jephta] with Samuel Harrison (1760-1812) as Chanteur
The recitativo, duet & songs, sung by Mme Mara, miss Cantelo, Miss Abrams, sigr. Fasca, sigr. Bartolini, sigr. Pacchierotti and Mr Harrison, at the Pantheon in commemoration of Handel selected from his Italian operas with Samuel Harrison (1760-1812) as Chanteur
The favorite song, sung by Mr Harrison, at the Pantheon. In commemoration of Handel from his opera of Sosarmes with Samuel Harrison (1760-1812) as Chanteur
Lord remember David [air pr 1 v. & bc.] The favorite song, sung by Mr Harrison, at the Pantheon in commemoration of Handel from his opera of Sosarmes with Samuel Harrison (1760-1812) as Chanteur
The Deserters meditations, a favorite glee harmonized for four voices by Mr Harrison, from an Irish melody, and, sung with the greatest applause by Mrs Billington. MM. Harrison, Goss and Bartleman at the vocal concerts, new rooms, Hanover square...
Glee "Oh Nanny ! wilt thou gang with me" harmonized for four voices by Mr Harrison, sung with the greastest applause at the antient, vocal and Mr Harrison's annual concerts by Mrs Billington, Mr Harrison, Mr W. Knyvett & Mr Bartleman...

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