The Grand Jubille, A Divertimento for the Piano Forte & Harp.

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Levy Call Number:

Box 13, Item 52

Composer, Lyricist, Arranger:

Composed & Selected by P. Rosolli.

Publisher:

Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. Manufacturers of Military Musical Instruments, 20 Soho Square

Location:

London

Date:

1814

Form of Composition:

multimovement (eight movements), sectional work; includes setting of "See How the Conquering Hero Comes"

Instrumentation:

piano

Engraver, Lithographer, Artist:

Hunter, Frith Strt. Soho.

Dedicatee:

Commemorated on the 1st of August 1814, in Celebrations of the Glorious Peace, &c.&c.

Subjects:

Pagodas--Far East, Temples, Waterfront, Tents, Pedestrian bridges, Trees