Sacred Lyrics, No.9. Paradise Lost. Eve's Lamentation, "Must I Leave Thee, Paradise?"

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Levy Call Number:

Box 65, Item 71

Composer, Lyricist, Arranger:

With new Music by S. Nelson. The Poetry by [John] Milton.

Publisher:

Firth & hall, No.1 Franklin Square

Location:

New York

Form of Composition:

through-composed

Instrumentation:

piano and voice First line of introduction Must I thus leave thee, Paradise? thus leave Thee native soil! First line of air O flowers, that never will in other climate grow

Engraver, Lithographer, Artist:

Fleetwood [del.]

Subjects:

Biblical references, Adam & Eve, Poets