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Notes from the letters of Thomas Moore to his music publisher, James Power

(the publication of which were suppressed in London)

by Thomas Moore

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Published by Redfield in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Power, James, 1766-1836

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith an introductory letter from Thomas Crofton Croker ...
    ContributionsCroker, Thomas Crofton, 1798-1854.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR5056 .A6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, ix, 176 p.
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6700668M
    LC Control Number27007969
    OCLC/WorldCa26193238

    and Britain, this essay focuses on Thomas Moore’s first published volume of verse, his remarkably successful Odes of Anacreon, Translated into English Verse, with Notes () as a formative presence at the genesis of British Romanticism. I argue that placing File Size: KB. About Piano Sheet Music, Piano Music, Piano Notes. Find piano sheet music for all levels of piano players from beginner solos; pop, broadway and movie arrangements, to advanced piano music from Bach, Liszt and piano music library has over , titles for various levels and styles of piano music from the latest and greatest piano methods for kids up to adults, to the hottest.

    Abstract Abstract. Abstract: This essay offers a historical and generic account of the inter-cultural British and Irish nexus of imitation surrounding Thomas Moore’s first published volume of verse, his remarkably successful Odes of Anacreon, Translated into English Verse, with Notes (). I situate Moore’s volume, imitative of the sixth-century BC poet Anacreon’s lyrics of wine. On Music by Thomas Moore - When through life unblest we rove, Losing all that made life dear, Should some notes we used to love, In days of b.

    In the introduction, Moore (the author) explains that the book tells the story of himself and another man named Wes Moore, both of whom were born in Baltimore in somewhat similar circumstances. However, where Moore himself grew up to achieve great things, “the other” Wes will spend every day of the rest of his life in prison for his part in the murder of Sergeant Bruce Prothero. Moore, Thomas, Notes from the letters of Thomas Moore to his music publisher, James Power (the publication of which were suppressed in London) (New York, Redfield, []), also by Thomas Crofton Croker (page images at HathiTrust).


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Excerpt from Notes From the Letters of Thomas Moore to His Music Publisher, James Power In what I am about to state to you, in compliance with your request, truth and justice shall be my only guides towards the graves of departed individuals, where, I had hoped, all differences of opinion would have been allowed to repose, respecting a ques tion of mere worldly : Thomas Moore.

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[Thomas Moore; James Power; Thomas Crofton Croker]. Notes from the letters of Thomas Moore to his music publisher, James Power. New York, Redfield [] (OCoLC) Named Person: James Power; James Power: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Moore; Thomas Crofton Croker.

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Boston: Phillips, Sampson & Co. New Edition. Illustrated with engraving of Moore as fpc. Red floral embrossed cloth, with gilt lettering and decorations, pp.

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