Six Overtes In Four Parts, With Hautboys And French Horns Ad Libitum,Calculated For Small Or Great Concerts; Most Humbly Dedicated To His Grace The Duke Of Dorset, Ambassador From His Britannic Majesty To The Court Of Versailles, By Lewis Borghi.
Publish'd as the Act directs, by Lewis Borghi, April 16. 1787.
Etched titlepage in sepia. In ink on verso: -1- nov 1790. Light soiling.
Title-page of music book of six overtures; four winged figures, seated on clouds, playing music: on the left, one playing the cello; in the centre, another playing the violin; on the right, one playing the organ and the other singing; illustration to 'Six overtures in four parts' by Lewis (Louis) Borghi (London: 1787). Borghi (1772 - 1794; fl.) was a composer and violinist; Bartolozzi made prints for his music books. Numbered and priced lower left and right: 'Opa. VI.' and 'Price 15s.'
British Library: 004229937. De Vesme: 1869; iv/iv.
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