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ItemAusten Music Transcripts: Explanatory notes and references(2011-01-22T14:43:30Z) Dooley, Gillian MaryExplanatory notes regarding the Austen music transcripts, and lists of all items I have in my possession, whether transcripts, scans or photocopies. ItemColin and Lucy: a ballad in seven parts for high voice and piano(J. Dale, 1783) Gillian Dooley [transcriber]; Giordani, Tommaso; Tickell, Thomas;Colin and Lucy (1783), A ballad in seven parts for high voice and piano; Music by Tommaso Giordani (c1730-1806), Words by Thomas Tickell (1685-1740), Transcribed and arranged for vocal duet by Gillian Dooley (2017) from the copy in the Austen Family Music Books reference no. CHWJA/19/8. https://archive.org/details/austenfamilymusicbooks ItemDirges and Sad Ditties from Jane Austen's Music Collection [concert program](Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities, 2017-07-16) Dooley, Gillian MaryProgram for closing concert of Immortal Austen conference (Adelaide: July 2017) presented by Flinders University. Performers were Gillian Dooley, Nicola Hardie Beveridge, Chris Rawlinson, Kirstine Moffat and Alistair Knight. The music was selected from the Austen Family Music Collection. Includes extensive program notes. ItemFor tenderness form'd in life's early day(2011-01-22T07:42:38Z) Dooley, Gillian Mary [transcriber]; Paisiello, Giovanni [composer]; Linley, Thomas [arranger]Song arranged by Thomas Linley from an melody from Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Giovanni Paisiello. The original aria was 'Io son Lindoro'. ItemJane Austen's Music: programs from performances(2011-01-22T14:44:38Z) Dooley, Gillian MaryPrograms from various performances of music from the Austen family music collections (including the presentation by Flinders University Library in the Adelaide Fringe 2008). For the 2011 program Sweets of May see separate record. ItemJane Austen's Songs of the Sea [Concert program](South Australian Maritime Museum, 2017-11-04) Dooley, Gillian MaryAmong the music in Jane Austen’s personal music collection are many songs about sailors and the sea. Britain was at war for most of Austen’s lifetime and two of her brothers were naval officers. The program includes songs about life at sea and coming home, songs about the wives and families left behind, sailors’ love songs, and songs about war and revolution. Many of the songs are drawn from the rich folk heritage of the period. Others are written by composers including William Shield, Samuel Arnold, Stephen Storace and the prolific Charles Dibdin, whose comic and sentimental songs Austen seems to have been especially fond of. There are arrangements of Haydn and Handel tunes, and there is even a love song written by Matthew Flinders – the colleague of Jane Austen’s younger brother. ItemJane Austen: The French Connection(2020-10-17) Dooley, GillianConcert program for Jane Austen: The French Connection, held at the Barr Smith Library Reading Room on Sunday 17 October 2020. A concert of French music from Jane Austen's music collection and that of her family. Songs by Paisiello, Devienne, Gretry, Storace and even (possibly) Queen Marie Antoinette, with music for solo harp by Krumpholtz and Dalayrac. Gillian Dooley (voice), Christine Morphett (harp), Mark Smith (cello). ItemJessy, or the happy pair(London Magazine, 1747) Gillian Dooley [transcriber]; Moore, EdwardSong from Austen music collections, CHWJA/19/1:20. Transcribed from manuscript for performance. MS available online at https://archive.org/stream/austen1671414-2001#page/n41/mode/2up. Words found in 'The Poetical Works of Edward Moore (London, 1806) p 143-4.