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Burney : O tell me, have I lost thy heart? : Printable cover page

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Composer: Cecilia Burney (fl.1817)
Forces: B.Kbd.
Lyrics: Jane West

"Lady Avondel's song, The words taken from The Refusal by Mrs West. Composed and respectfully inscrib'd to Mrs Holroyd by Miss Cecilia Burney. London."

Upon its publication in 1817, this piece was reviewed by the New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register in the following terms: "This pathetic ballad, when emanating from a deep-toned voice, expresses in few notes the sorrows of a mind worn down with grief. The broken sentences interspersed with symphonies have a powerful effect on the feelings; and shew the fair authoress to have a perfect mastery of the human mind." No biographical details of "the fair authoress" have been uncovered. Perhaps the name is a nom de plume, consisting as it does of the surname of a prominent authoress (Fanny Burney) and a Christian name from the title of her second most successful novel (Cecilia: that novel from which another "fair authoress" gleaned the phrase "pride and prejudice").

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Composer: Cecilia Burney (fl.1817)Forces: B.Kbd.Lyrics: Jane West"Lady Avondel's song, The words taken from The Refusal by Mrs West. Composed and respectfully inscrib'd to Mrs Holroyd by Miss Cecilia Burney. London." Upon its publication in 1817,
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