John Davy (1763-1824)

Country : Grande-Bretagne
Gender : masculin
Birth : 23-12-1763
Death : 22-02-1824
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ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 2692 507X

Activities of John Davy (1763-1824) (19 resources in

Musical work (18)

Obi, or Three-finger'd Jack
Ah, blessed Jesu, how fortuned this ?. - [57]
Joan is sick and ill at ease. - [60]
Nowe the lawe is led, be clere conciens. - [30]
Ah ! nine heart, remember thee well. - [58]
The bay of Biscay. - [17]
Standard English Songs, edited, revised and the words partly rewritten by W. A. Barrett. The accompaniments, arranged by Dr Stainer, Dr Martin. Mr Henry Gadsby. Mr A. J. Caldicott. Mr Burnham Horner. Mr Joseph Barnby and the editor. Book I.
The Bay of Biscay. - [15]
Cathedral chants of the XVI, XVII, XVIII centuries, edited by Edward F. Rimbault
The favourite new overture. - John Davy. - [1]
The Bay of Biscay [pour 2 violons, alto et violoncelle, en parties séparées]
The original musick in the Tempest as composed by Purcell, Dr. Arne and Linley... The overture and additional new music composed... by John Davy,...
The bay of Biscay. - [44]
The Bay of Biscay. - [13]
The Original musick [sic] in the Tempest, as composed by Purcell, D.r Arne & Linley... The overture and additional new music composed & the whole arranged by John Davy with John Davy (1763-1824) as Editor
First act symphony. - Davy. - [3]
Third Act Symphony. - Davy. - [16]
Fourth Act Symphony. - Davy. - [18]

Textual works (1)

The bay of Biscay. - [62] with John Davy (1763-1824) as Composer

See also