Collection of musical manuscript of settings for one or more voices and organ, most probably autograph. Sidney fl PEARSON.
Collection of musical manuscript of settings for one or more voices and organ, most probably autograph

Collection of musical manuscript of settings for one or more voices and organ, most probably autograph

Oblong quarto (28 x 22.5 cms). Plain brown wrappers with titling to upper: "Organo to Vol. 37. Novello's Cheap [Musical] Classics Sidney Pearson 1846."

28 pp. Notated in ink on 12-stave rastrum-drawn paper. With occasional performance markings (including indications regarding organ stops), annotations in pencil, and corrections to text. With "Sidney Pearson New York" in manuscript to first page and "Sidney Pearson Dec. 1st 1846 New York" to foot of final page.

1. Mass in D minor for 3 voices by Samuel Webbe, Senior
2. Tantum Ergo for treble solo and organ
3. Domine Salvum Fac Regem
4. Mass in G major for 4 voices by Samuel Webbe, Senior
5. Tantum Ergo
6. O Saluteris
6. Magnificat for 4 voices
8. Magnificat
9. Ave regina
10. Magnificat
11. At. Eastro
12. Magnificat
13. Magnificat in E
14. Salve Regina
15. Salve Regina
16. Alma Redemptions
17. Ave Regina
18. Ad Benedictionem
19. Exandi Domine
20. Ascendit Deus
21. Tues Gloria Mea
22. Ad te Domine Levavi
23. Andi Domine
24. O Sacrum
25. Salve
26. Martyrs
27. Generale
28. Super Fulmia
29. Tantum Ergo
30. Da Mihi Domine
31. Ad Benne dictionem
32. At Complin

From the collection of William A. Little (1929-2019), noted organist and professor of both Music and German.

Some dampstaining.

Pearson was a composer, music teacher, and publisher in New York; OCLC records over 60 musical publications associated with him as eithercomposer, publisher, or arranger. See Redway: Music Directory of Early New York City, p. 49. Dichter & Shapiro: Handbook of Early American Sheet Music, p. 220.

Item #36574

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