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    • Jessy, or the happy pair 

      Gillian Dooley [transcriber]; Moore, Edward (London Magazine, 1747)
      Song from Austen music collections, CHWJA/19/1:20. Transcribed from manuscript for performance. MS available online at https://archive.org/stream/austen1671414-2001#page/n41/mode/2up. Words found in 'The Poetical Works of ...
    • Colin and Lucy: a ballad in seven parts for high voice and piano 

      Gillian Dooley [transcriber]; Giordani, Tommaso; Tickell, Thomas (J. Dale, 1783)
      Colin and Lucy (1783), A ballad in seven parts for high voice and piano; Music by Tommaso Giordani (c1730-1806), Words by Thomas Tickell (1685-1740), Transcribed and arranged for vocal duet by Gillian Dooley (2017) from ...
    • Seaton Clifts 

      Gillian Dooley (transcriber); Jane Austen (copyist); Philip Hayes (arranger) (Southampton University Library (Internet Archive), 1785)
      'To thy Cliffs rocky Seaton adieu. Adieu to Seaton Cliffs.' [Song.] ... The Words & Melody ... by a Gentleman of Oxford, at whose request Dr P. Hayes added a Bass and the Accompaniments.London : Printed for the Author ... ...
    • Pauvre Jacques 

      Gillian Dooley (transcriber); Jane Austen (copyist); Marquise de Travenet (composer/lyricist); Marie Antoinette, Queen of France (composer/lyricist) (Southampton University Library (Internet Archive), 1789)
      This is a transcript of a manuscript song in one of Jane Austen's music books, digitised by the University of Southampton Library. No composer is given in the manuscript. Many arrangements of this tune are recorded in ...
    • Laisse la sur l'herbette 

      Gillian Dooley [transcriber]; Austen, Jane [copyist]; Pollet, Benoit (attrib.) (1810)
      Transcript of song in Jane Austen's handwriting in an album (catalogue no. CHWJA/19/7:18) digitised by University of Southampton at Internet Archive. Also includes English translation of words. Manuscript is online at ...
    • 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.
    • Contented all day 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Boyce, William [composer] (2011-01-22)
      Duet from 'The Chaplet'. Music headed 'Sung by Mr Beard and Miss Norris for the Chaplet'.
    • 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'.
    • Catch (Joan said to John) 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Austen, Jane [transcriber] (2011-01-22)
      Unaccompanied catch or round for three voices.
    • Air with variations 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Felton, William [composer] (2011-01-22)
      Air with 8 variations for keyboard solo.
    • For tenderness form'd in life's early day 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Paisiello, Giovanni [composer]; Linley, Thomas [arranger] (2011-01-22)
      Song arranged by Thomas Linley from an melody from Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Giovanni Paisiello. The original aria was 'Io son Lindoro'.
    • 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.
    • Jockey and Jenny 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Baildon, Joseph [composer] (2011-01-22)
      First line: 'Stern winter has left us ye trees are in bloom.' Duet for male and female voices, singing alternate verses (8 verses).
    • 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.
    • Lotharia 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Arne, Thomas [composer]; McCauley, Fiona [arranger] (2011-01-22)
      Love song: first line 'Vainly now you strive to charm me'. 2 verses.
    • The Lucky Escape 

      Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Dibdin, Charles [composer] (2011-01-22)
      Comic song about a ploughman who was enticed to sea. 4 verses.
    • 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.