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Alison : Sweetest bard that ever sung : Score, part(s) and cover page

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Composer: Richard Alison (1711 - 1779)
Forces: S./T.Vn.Continuo
Lyrics: David Garrick

"Sung by Miss Young, as one of the Muses, to the statue of Shakespear", in Harlequin's Invasion, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1759. Boyce's most enduring piece written for this pantomime was the patriotic song "Hearts of oak". Garrick's bardolatry was to come to full flower in his Shakespeare Jubilee in Stratford on Avon, 1769.

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Composer: Richard Alison (1711 - 1779)Forces: S./T.Vn.ContinuoLyrics: David Garrick"Sung by Miss Young, as one of the Muses, to the statue of Shakespear", in Harlequin's Invasion, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1759. Boyce's most enduring piece wr
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