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Stevenson, John, 1761-1833 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland

Stevenson, John Andrew 1761-1833 National Library of Poland National Library of Spain ISNI

John Stevenson Irish composer Wikidata

Stevenson, John Andrew, Sir 1762-1833 National Library of Portugal

Stevenson, John (John Andrew), 1761-1833 National Library of the Netherlands

VIAF ID: 100247312 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/100247312

ISNI: 0000  0001  1478  6137 

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The adieu a song addressed by a British officer to a beautiful Spanish girl who lost her lover and her brother in the present war : dedicated to her grace the Duchess of Richmond National Library of Spain
Ah! say, lovely Emma a canzonet with an accompaniment for the harp or piano forte Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Baladas National Library of Portugal
Ballads National Library of Ireland
The bank of violets, c1832: National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Believe me if all those endearing young charms National Library of Ireland
Buds of roses, virgin flowers a chearful glee for 4 voices National Library of Ireland
Come take the harp - 'tis vain to muse National Library of Ireland
Come tell me says Rosa National Library of Ireland
Come unto these yellow sands glee for three voices, as sung at the Hibernian Catch Club, with an accompaniment for two performers on one piano forte Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Dearest girl I soon must leave thee a favorite ballad sung with unbounded applause by Mr. Braham National Library of Ireland
The dieu National Library of Spain
<[>Duos. National Library of Portugal
Faithless Emma : sung at the theatre and concerts with great applause by Mr. Webster Library of Congress/NACO
Flow on, thou shining river National Library of Ireland
Heath this night must be my bed National Library of Ireland
I'll watch for thee from my lonely bow'r : ballad adapted to a German Air Library of Congress/NACO
Irish melodies. National Library of Australia National Library of Poland Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The last rose of summer National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Ireland National Library of Spain
The legacy. Library of Congress/NACO
The Maid of Marlivale a ballad from Moore's poems National Library of Ireland
Mary I believed thee true National Library of Ireland
The meeting of the waters of Hudson & Erie. Library of Congress/NACO
Oh tell me Mary dear, [185-?]: Library of Congress/NACO
Oh then dearest Ellen I'll love you no more! a ballad, composed and dedicated to Miss Fanny Nickson National Library of Ireland
The original boat glee See our bark scuds o'er the main National Library of Ireland
The patriot Library of Congress/NACO
The patriot, or, Hermit of Saxellen; a musical drama, in three acts, as performed at the Royal Hibernian Theatre, Peter-Street. National Library of Ireland
Prize glee. National Library of Ireland
Raise the song and strike the harp the charter glee and chorus of the Irish Harmonic Club National Library of Ireland
Rich and rare were the gems she wore. National Library of Ireland
"Row gently row" the boat trio National Library of Ireland
I saw thy form in youthful prime : a favorite ballad Library of Congress/NACO
A series of sacred songs. Duetts and trios National Library of Ireland
The soldier bridegrooms song from The lady of the lake National Library of Ireland
Spanish patriots a thousand years ago an historical drama in three actas ... National Library of Spain
The sun was set behind the hill a much admired ballad sung with unbounded applause at the Lyceum Theater London, by Mr. Philipps National Library of Ireland
The sunny hill a ballad, sung by ... Mrs. Vaughan, at Mess. Knyvett and Mrs. Vaughan's vocal concerts National Library of Ireland
Sunny hill, the verdant mead National Library of Ireland
Sweet is the dream, divinely sweet National Library of Ireland
Sweet lady! lady! look not look not thus again National Library of Ireland
Sweet little Margaret oh! my delight National Library of Ireland
Sweet minstrel sing in answer to Moore's celebrated song Good of night National Library of Ireland
Telecomunicações National Library of Portugal
Tell me where is fancy bred? duetto National Library of Ireland
Tho' fate, my girl, may bid us part National Library of Ireland
Those evening bells National Library of Portugal National Library of Ireland
'Tis Love that murmurs in my breast a glee for three voices National Library of Ireland
To ladies' eyes National Library of Ireland
Toll not the bells. National Library of Ireland
Turn to me love a favorite canzonet ... National Library of Ireland
'Twas his own voice recitative and air from Lalla Rookh National Library of Ireland
Tyrolese Song of Liberty National Library of Ireland
I was a wild and wayward boy the harp song from the celebrated poem 'Rokeby' National Library of Ireland
Wasted weary wherefore stay National Library of Ireland
We fairy-folk delight in sport glee for three voices National Library of Ireland
Wellington & victory a new song written on the glorious success of the British arms in Portugal, dedicated to all His Majesty's loyal subjects : sung ... by Mr. Spray at the Beef Steak & Harmonic Clubs National Library of Ireland
When night was spreading o'er me a favorite ballad National Library of Ireland
When the rosebud of summer it's beauties bestowing National Library of Ireland
When twilight dews are falling fast Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Where is the nymph whose azure eye National Library of Ireland
Whilst I listen to thy voice National Library of Ireland
Who wakes the echoes National Library of Ireland
With the sun we rise at morn a favorite glee for 5 voices National Library of Ireland
Wreaths of flowers a trio National Library of Ireland
Young Cupid my fond heart beguiles National Library of Ireland

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