Charles Dickens and Music eBook

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LIST OF WORKS REFERRED TO1
CHARLES DICKENS AND MUSIC2
CHAPTER I2
CHAPTER II11
VIOLIN, VIOLONCELLO, HARP, PIANO11
CHAPTER III16
FLUTE, ORGAN, GUITAR (AND SOME HUMMERS)16
CHAPTER IV24
CHAPTER V29
CHAPTER VI35
I.—­National Songs36
II.—­Songs from 1780-184037
III.—­Contemporary Comic Songs39
CHAPTER VII47
Book I, Ch. 5.55
Book I, Ch. 15.55
Book I, Ch. 15.55
Book I, Ch. 15.56
Book I, Ch 15.56
Book II, Ch. 7.56
Book III, Ch. 6.56
Book III, Ch. 6.56
Book III, Ch. 6.56
Book IV, Ch. 3.56
A LIST OF SONGS AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC MENTIONED BY DICKENS56
A COBBLER THERE WAS (D. & S. 2)56
A FROG HE WOULD (P.P. 32)57
ALICE GRAY57
ALL HAIL TO THE VESSEL OF PECKSNIFF THE SIRE (M.C. 11)57
ALL IN THE DOWNS (P.P. 3)57
ALL’S WELL (O.C.S. 56).57
AND SHE SHALL WALK (O.C.S. 66)57
AND YOU NEEDN’T, MR. VENUS, BE YOUR BLACK BOTTLE (O.M.F.).57
A STIFF NOR’-WESTER’S BLOWING, BILL (D. & S. 49)57
AULD LANG SYNE (’Holly Tree,’ D.C. 17, 28)58
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BAY OF BISCAY (U.T. 31, D. & S. 39, P.P. 32)58
BEETHOVEN’S SONATA IN B.58
BEGONE, DULL CARE (O.C.S. 7, E.D. 2)58
BELIEVE ME, IF ALL JARLEY’S WAXWORKS SO RARE (O.C.S. 27)58
BELIEVE ME, IF ALL THOSE ENDEARING YOUNG CHARMS (B.H. 55)58
BESIDE THAT COTTAGE DOOR, MR. BOFFIN (O.M.F.)59
BID ME DISCOURSE (S.B.T. 4)59
BLACK-EYED SUSAN (A.N.), OR ALL IN THE DOWNS (P.P. 3)59
BOLD TURPIN VUNCE (P.P. 43)59
BRAVE LODGINGS FOR ONE (P.P. 29)59
BRITISH GRENADIERS (B.H. 49)59
BRITONS, STRIKE HOME (S.L.)59
BUFFALO GALS (Letters)59
CHEER, BOYS, CHEER (U.T. 29)59
COPENHAGEN WALTZ (D. & S. 7)60
DEAD MARCH.60
DEATH OF NELSON (D.C. 52, D. & S. 48, O.M.F. iv. 3)60
DOWNFALL OF PARIS60
DRAGON OF WANTLEY (D.C. 38)60
DRINK TO ME ONLY WITH THINE EYES (O.M.F. iii. 14)60
DUMBLEDUMDEARY (S.B.S. 10)60
EVENING BELLS (D.C. 38)60
FARE THEE WELL, AND IF FOR EVER (O.C.S. 58)60
FILL THE BUMPER FAIR (N.T.)60
FLOW ON, THOU SHINING RIVER (S.B.T. 1)60
FLY, FLY FROM THE WORLD, MY BESSY, WITH ME (S.B.S. 2)61
FOR ENGLAND61
FOR ENGLAND, HOME, AND BEAUTY61
FOR THE PORT OF BARBADOS, BOYS (D. & S. 15)61
FROM SPORT TO SPORT (O.C.S. 58)61
GEE UP, DOBBIN (D.C. 12)61
GO WHERE GLORY WAITS THEE (M.C. 11)61
GOD BLESS THE PRINCE OF WALES (U.T. 29)61
GOD BLESS YOU, MERRY GENTLEMEN (C.C.)61
GOD SAVE THE KING (S.B.S. 19, &c.)61
HAD I A HEART FOR FALSEHOOD FRAMED (D. & S. 14)61
HAIL COLUMBIA (M.C. 13, A.N.)62
HARMONIOUS BLACKSMITH (G.E. 21)62
HAS SHE THEN FAILED IN HER TRUTH (N.N. 49)62
HEART OF OAK (B.R. 7, E.D. 12, U.T. 20, parody)62
HELM A WEATHER, NOW LAY HER CLOSE (O.M.F.)62
I AM A FRIAR OF ORDERS GREY (S.B.S. 8) (Out of Season)62
I CARE NOT FOR SPRING62
I’D CROWNS RESIGN, TO CALL HER MINE (D.C. 25)62
IF I HAD A DONKEY (O.C.S. 27)62
IF YOU’LL COME TO THE BOWER (O.M.F.)62
I’LL TELL THEE HOW THE MAIDEN WEPT (O.M.F.)62
IN HURRY, POST HASTE FOR A LICENCE (P.P. 10)62
I SAW HER AT THE FANCY FAIR (S.B.T. 11)63
ISLE OF THE BRAVE AND LAND OF THE FREE (M.J.)63
IT MAY LIGHTEN AND STORM (M.C. 42)63
JACK’S DELIGHT (TO) HIS LOVELY NAN (D.C. 11)63
JOLLY YOUNG WATERMAN (It., P.P. 33)63
KING DEATH (B.H. 33)63
LESBIA HATH A BEAMING EYE (Letter to Lemon)63
LITTLE TAFFLINE (D.C. 28)63
LOVELY PEG (D. & S. 10)64
MARSEILLAISE (M.C. 15, E.D. 2, L.D. 2)64
MASANIELLO (S.B.T. 9)64
MAY WE NE’ER WANT A FRIEND (D. & S. 15)64
MEN OF PROMETHEUS (S.B.T. 9)64
MISS WACKLES, I BELIEVED YOU TRUE (O.C.S. 8)64
MY BOAT IS ON THE SHORE (G.S.) (D.C. 54, Letters)64
MY FEELINGS I SMOTHER (O.C.S. 36)64
MY HEART’S IN THE HIGHLANDS (O.C.S. 2, S.B.S. 2)64
NEVER LEAVE OFF DANCING (D.C. 41)64
NO MALICE TO DREAD, SIR (O.M.F.)64
NON NOBIS (S.B.S. 19)64
NOW’S THE DAY, AND NOW’S THE HOUR (D.C. 54)64
OF ALL THE GIRLS THAT ARE SO SMART (O.C.S. 50)65
OFF SHE GOES (S.B.T. 7)65
OFT IN THE STILLY NIGHT (S.B.S. 13)65
OH BLAME NOT THE BARD (O.C.S. 35)65
OH GIVE ME BUT MY ARAB STEED (O.C.S. 21)65
OH CHEERILY, CHEERILY (D. & S. 32)65
OH LADY FAIR (G.E. 13)65
OH LET US LOVE OUR OCCUPATIONS (Ch.)65
OH LANDSMEN ARE FOLLY (H.R.)65
OLD CLEM (G.E. 12, 15)65
OLD KING COLE (O.C.S. 58, P.P. 36)66
OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY (Dr. M., M.C. 36)66
OVER THE WATER TO CHARLIE (O.C.S. 27)66
POLLY PUT THE KETTLE ON (B.R. 24)66
RED RUFFIAN, RETIRE! (S.B.C. 8)66
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SALLY IN OUR ALLEY67
SATAN FINDS SOME MISCHIEF STILL (D.C. 16)67
SEE FROM OCEAN RISING (S.B.T. 7)67
SHE’S ALL MY FANCY PAINTED HER (O.C.S. 7)67
SHE’S LIKE THE RED, RED ROSE (O.C.S. 8)67
SHIVERY SHAKEY, AIN’T IT COLD (Dr. M.)67
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SONG ABOUT A SPARKLING BOWL (Ch.)67
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STREW THEN, OH STREW A BED OF RUSHES (O.C.S. 65)67
TAMAROO (M.C. 32)67
TARRY TROUSERS (D. & S. 39)68
THE BRAVE OLD OAK (S.B.S. 2.)68
THE BULL IN THE CHINA SHOP68
THE CHERUB THAT SITS UP ALOFT (U.T. 5)68
THE CORDIAL THAT SPARKLED FOR HELEN (O.C.S. 61)68
THE DASHING WHITE SERGEANT (D.C. 28)68
THE GAY, THE GAY AND FESTIVE SEASON (O.M.F.)68
THE GREAT SEA SNAKE69
THE IVY GREEN (P.P. 6.)69
THE MILLER OF THE DEE (O.M.F. ii. 1)69
THE RATCATCHER’S DAUGHTER (Out of Season)69
THE SEVEN AGES (S.B.S. 14)69
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THE YOUNG MAY MOON69
THEN FAREWELL, MY TRIM-BUILT WHERRY (O.M.F.)69
THERE LET ’EM BE, MERRY AND FREE, TOOR-RUL-LAL-LA (O.C.S. 56)69
THOUGH LOST TO SIGHT, TO MEMORY DEAR (D. & S. 48)69
THROWN ON THE WIDE WORLD (O.M.F.)70
TIME OF DAY (S.B.C. 8)70
’TWAS EVER THUS FROM CHILDHOOD’S HOUR (O.C.S. 56, D.C. 38)70
VILLIKENS AND HIS DINAH70
WEEP FOR THE HOUR (O.M.F.)70
WE’RE A’NODDIN’ (B.H. 39)70
WE WON’T GO HOME TILL MORNING (P.P. 7)70
WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYING?70
WHEN HE WHO ADORES THEE (O.C.S. 35)71
WHEN I WENT TO LUNNON TOWN, SIRS (G.E. 15)71
WHEN IN DEATH I SHALL CALM RECLINE71
WHEN LOVELY WOMAN STOOPS TO FOLLY (O.C.S. 56)71
WHEN THE STORMY WINDS (D.C. 21, D. & S. 23)71
WHITE SAND (L.D. i. 32)71
WHO PASSES BY THIS ROAD SO LATE (L.D. i. 1)71
WHO RAN TO CATCH ME WHEN I FELL (O.C.S. 38)72
WIFE SHALL DANCE AND I WILL SING, SO MERRILY PASS THE DAY72
YANKEE DOODLE (U.T., A.N.)72
YET LOV’D I AS MAN NE’ER LOVED (O.C.S. 50)72
YOU GENTLEMEN OF ENGLAND (D. & S. 23)72
YOUNG LOVE LIVED ONCE (S.B.S. 20)72
INDEX OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS72
INDEX OF CHARACTERS73
A LIST OF VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC77
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TRANSCRIBER’S NOTES81
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