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Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Glee SATTB This is one of the most substantial pieces in the glee repertoire. Words and music may all be…
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Glee TTB Shakespeare's witches cackle around their cauldron in very eighteenth-century fashion in this, …
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Catch 4 voices These tiny catches capture a certain poignancy within their little form: this one marks the passing…
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Catch 3 voices Exactly how the moon and woman bear similarity to one another is perhaps best not discussed in mixed…
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Catch 4 voices What starts off sounding like a solemn injunction to beware the sin of pride rapidly becomes a…
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Glee ATB None
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Glee ATTB It begins innocuously enough, but this delightful, short glee by the great Samuel Webbe (the Elder)…
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Catch 3 voices One of the best-known 'welcome' catches. Cantuar has often begun a concert with this…
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Glee ATTB A song for our times, indeed: a mournful bass solo begins, quasi-recitativo, with a heartfelt lament…
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Catch 4 voices This salutary tale of the hapless Thomas - woefully abused by his wife, but "too proud to take…
Webbe, Samuel, the Elder
(1740-1816)
Glee ATTB "This gain'd a prize medal 1772", Webbe proudly notes at the top of the score in the printed copy…