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Callcott, John Wall, 1766-1821 Library of Congress/NACO German National Library National Library of Australia National Library of Ireland National Library of Catalonia National Library of Spain

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John Wall Callcott Wikidata

VIAF ID: 48303083 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0001  1762  0087 

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As I was going to Derby National Library of Ireland
Blow warder! blow thy sounding horn National Library of Ireland
Chief of the windy Morven a glee from Ossian, for two trebles and a bass with an accompaniment for two performers on one piano forte National Library of Ireland
[The cliff] German National Library
The cottagers a glee adapted for one or two voices ... National Library of Ireland
Druid [Glee.] From the Caractacus of Mason National Library of Ireland
Elvers Hoh National Library of Ireland
Epitaph in the church yard of the parish of Brading in the Isle of Wight set to music as a glee for 2 trebles and a bass National Library of Ireland
The erl king a favorite glee National Library of Ireland
Explanation of the notes, marks, words, &c, used in music. - Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
Forgive blest shade the tributary tear National Library of Ireland
From this roof my shepherd went ... National Library of Ireland
Go idle boy National Library of Ireland
God moves in a mysterious way : for SAB and organ Library of Congress/NACO
Harold the valiant a glee for three voices National Library of Ireland
He sleeps in yonder dewy grave a favorite song National Library of Ireland
In the lonely vale of streams a favorite glee for four voices National Library of Ireland
It was a Friar of orders gray National Library of Ireland
Knight laid his head National Library of Ireland
The Maid of Marlivale Library of Congress/NACO
May fly National Library of Ireland
The multiplication table National Library of Ireland
A musical grammar, 1830: National Library of Spain Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
My ships to fair Sicilia's coast National Library of Ireland
new mariners National Library of Ireland German National Library
new mariners You gentlemen of England Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland German National Library
Oh I have heard the plaint of woe National Library of Ireland
Oh mother, mother now advise National Library of Ireland
Peace to the souls of the heroes National Library of Ireland
Plan of a practical dictionary of music, 1797: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Poor insect, poor insect, what a little day National Library of Ireland
Red Cross Knight Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Standard glees National Library of Ireland
Thou pride of the forest glee [for 3 voices]. National Library of Ireland
Twelfth night National Library of Ireland
Warrior so bold National Library of Ireland
The weeping willow a favorite new song National Library of Ireland
When Arthur first in court began a celebrated glee, for three voices National Library of Ireland
While o'er thy cheek desponding maid National Library of Ireland
Who comes so dark the words taken from Ossian National Library of Ireland
Who is it that rides thro' the forest so fast National Library of Ireland
With sighs sweet rose a glee National Library of Ireland
O youth, thou morning of delight A cheerful glee for four voices National Library of Ireland

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