James Nares (1715-1783)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : Stanwell (Royaume-Uni), 04-1715
Death : Londres (Royaume-Uni), 10-02-1783
Note :
Compositeur et organiste. - Organiste de la cathédrale d'York (1735-1756) puis organiste et compositeur de la Chapelle royale
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 0570 059X

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Pipes of splendour
Gezangboek van Christian science
Sonata from Lessons for the harpsichord.. Edited for piano by Henry G. Ley, with additional notes by J. A. Fuller Maitland
Introduction and Fugue in A [pour orgue], composed by... James Nares
Introduction and Fugue in E flat [pour orgue], composed by... James Nares
Wilt thou lend me thy mare to go a mile. - [34]
Fear no more the heat. - [4]
Wilt thou lend me thy mare to go a mile. - [39]
A new song. - [45]
O fairest maid, I own thy pow'r. - [25]
[Pièce sans titre]. - [8]
To all lovers of harmony. - [1]

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Gezangboek van Christian science
A new and enlarged edition of Cheetham's psalmody, harmonised in score, with an arrangement for the organ or pianoforte by J. Houldsworth,...
Cathedral chants of the XVI, XVII, XVIII centuries, edited by Edward F. Rimbault
1 Pièce pour clavecin. - [21]
Shakspeare's dramatic songs consisting of all the songs, duets, trios and chorusses in character as introduced by him in his various dramas. The music partly new and partly selected with new symphonies and accompaniments for the piano forte from the works of Purcell, Fielding, Boyce, Nares, Arne, Cooke, J. Smith, I. S. Smith, T. Linley j-r and R. I. S. Stevens... Vol. 1...

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James Nares Mus. Doct.

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