Printed Music.

The First Books of Songs or Ayres of fowre parts with Tableture for the Lute: So made that all the partes together, or either of them severally may be song to the Lute, Orpherian or Viol de gambo. Composed by John Dowland Lutenist and Batcheler of musicke in both the Universities. Also an invention by the sayd Author for two to playe upon one Lute.

Hasse’s Comic Tunes to the Opera and Theatre Dances. [By Johann Adolph Hasse.] Printed for I. Walsh in Catherine Street Strand. [1750] —For keyboard.

Vol. I.

Vol. II.

Vol. III.

Vol. IV.

Vol. V.

Vol. VI.

The Art of Playing the Harpsichord illustrated by a variety of examples. To which is added, A collection of lessons in a proper gradation from the easiest to the most difficult, selected from some of the most eminent classic authors. By John Casper Hick. London: Welcker [1770].

The Music in Macbeth, as Performed at the New Theatre Royal Covent Garden. The vocal part by Matthew Locke. The overture & additional symphonies by M. H. Ware. The whole arranged for the Piano Forte. London: W. Hodsell [1809].

Collection of sheet music from the early nineteenth century. High-resolution scan of a bound volume of 47 pieces.

Songs and Tales from the Dark Continent, Recorded from the Singing and the Sayings of C. Kamba Simango (Ndau Tribe, Portuguese East Africa) and Madikane Čele (Zulu Tribe, natal, Zululand, South Africa). By Natalie Curtis. New York and Boston: G. Schirmer, 1920.