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    • Captivity 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber and arranger]; Storace, Stephen [composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song in the form of a lament by Marie Antoinette from her imprisonment.
    • Catch (Joan said to John) 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Unaccompanied catch or round for three voices.
    • Duo du Roi Theodore 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Paisiello, Giovanni [composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Duo from the opera La Roi Theodore a Venise, originally in Italian. Words begin 'Filles charmantes, jeunes amantes, daignez m'apprendre'.
    • The Egyptian Love Song 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Harington, Henry [composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Duet by Henry Harington. First line: 'Sweet doth blush the rosy morning'.
    • Here's the bower she loved so much 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Moore, Thomas [composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song lamenting the death of a young woman. With keyboard or possibly harp accompaniment.
    • Hither Love thy beauties bring 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Austen, Jane [transcriber]; Krumpholtz [composer] (2011-01-22)
      Pastoral love song - 4 verses with refrain.
    • Hush-aby Baby 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Nursery song set for 2 voices and piano.
    • I ha'e laid a herring in salt 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Scottish song: a busy farmer wants a quick answer to his proposal of marriage.
    • The Joys of the Country 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Dibdin, Charles [composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Humorous song about the unglamorous aspects of country life. With violin and piano accompaniment.
    • The Mansion of Peace 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Austen, Jane [transcriber]; Webbe, Samuel; McCauley, Fiona [arranger] (2012-01-23)
      Transcribed from sheet music downloaded from Lester Levy Collection at Johns Hopkins University. The song is no 3.36 in the manuscript book in Jane Austen's hand described in Gammie and McCulloch's catalogue 'Jane Austen's ...
    • The Marseilles March 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Rouget de Lisle, Claude Joseph; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Version of the Marseillaise, the French national anthem. 6 verses.
    • Oh Nancy 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Carter, Charles Thomas [composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song with violin obbligato and keyboard accompaniment.
    • Pauvre Jacques 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song with keyboard accompaniment, 2 verses with refrain.
    • Queen Mary's Lamentation 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Giordani, Tommaso [composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song in the form of a lament by Mary Queen of Scots from her imprisonment.
    • The Request 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Vogler, [Gerald][composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song with keyboard accompaniment: First line 'Tell me babbling echo why'.
    • The Soldier's Adieu 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Dibdin, Charles [composer]; Austen, Jane [transcriber]; Donley, Joyce [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song with violin and keyboard accompaniment, sung by soldier farewelling his wife. 3 verses with refrain. Austen originally wrote 'soldier' as in the published version, but crossed out the word and replaced it with 'sailor'.
    • Song from Burns 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Burns, Robert [lyricist]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song with words by Robert Burns. First line: 'Their groves of sweet myrtle let foreign lands reckon'. 2 verses. Melody and simple bass part only.
    • Song in 'La Fee Urgele' 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Duni, Egidio Romualdo [composer]; Phillidor [attributed]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Song from La Fee Urgele: first line 'Ah! que l'amour est chose jolie'.
    • Sweet Transports 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Shield, William; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-12-30)
      This song is no. 3.09 in Gammie and McCulloch's 'Jane Austen's Music', transcribed by Jane Austen. This transcription is by G. Dooley from the sheet music published in New York by J. Hewitt and appears similar in most ...
    • The Wedding Day 

      Hook, James; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-12-30)
      This song is no. 3:24 in Gammie and McCulloch's catalogue in 'Jane Austen's Music', written in Jane Austen's handwriting. The present document is a transcript of sheet music published in Boston by P.A. von Hogan & Co.