William Shield (1748-1829)

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Land : Grande-Bretagne
Sprache : anglais
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : Swalwell (GB), 05-03-1748
Tod : Londres, 25-01-1829
Anmerkung :
Compositeur, altiste et collecteur de chants populaires
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8113 8239

Activities of William Shield (1748-1829) (109)

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (4)

The Age of Bel canto
The Age of Bel canto
The Maid of Lodi [de William Shield], arranged with variations for the harp... by Louis de Marin
A Miscellaneous collection of songs, ballads, canzonets, duets, trios, glees and elegies, in 2 vol. properly adapted for the voice and pianoforte, the glees harmonized from selected melodies by Mr Webbe and the Italian airs adapted by Mr Shield... the whole carefully compiled..., by Fred. Aug Hyde

Arrangeur (3)

The Poor soldier
A selection of the most favourite Scots songs chiefly pastoral. Adapted for the harpsichord, with an accompaniment for a violin, by eminent masters [: Arnold, Barthelemon, Carter, Shield. Vol. I]...
Fontainbleau [!], or, Our way in France ; a comic opera as performed at the Theatre-royal Covent-garden.. Written by J. O'Keefe.... Selected and composed by William Shield.... [Partition condensée]

Éditeur scientifique (2)

Music from the days of George Washington
Fontainbleau [!], or, Our way in France ; a comic opera as performed at the Theatre-royal Covent-garden.. Written by J. O'Keefe.... Selected and composed by William Shield.... [Partition condensée]

Auteur de lettres (1)

Lettre de William Shield à Monsieur Richard Wilson, 25 Février 1814

Dédicataire (1)

Three Trios for two violins and violoncello [White n° III : 10-12], composed and dedicated to his friend William Shield, by J. B. Viotti. Op. 16. [W III : 10-12]

Compositeur de l'œuvre adaptée (1)

Airs de Rosina, musique de Shield, arrangés en duo pour harpe et piano avec accompagnement de flûte. Op. 175

Documents about William Shield (1748-1829) (1)

Images (1)

William Shield Esq.r

See also (9)