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Printed by S. Thompson c. Title: An thou were my ain thing. Publication Details: London : Printed for Mr. Wilson, [s. See versions in Straloch and Balcarres mss and Orpheius Caledonius Published in London by Longman and Broderip, ? Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Play by Sir George Collier, Music by Thomas Linley Snr. The family has lost all its wealth.

Scander, the father, gives his daughter Selima a rose. Selima sings the aria. James Hook , from Norwich. Wrote songs and interludes between plays at various London Theatres. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

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Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. William Wilson [NB More performances will be added to this page in due course] William Wilson was one of the leading lights in the music scene of Aberdeen, though he was also involved early in his life in musical promotion in Glasgow. What marks this publication out from others published in Scotland around this time is stated on the cover: A Proper Accompaniment is Arranged on a plan so distinct as must make the Songs more agreeable to the Performer than the method that HAS been used of playing the same notes that the Voice Sung.

Excerpt: Enter Henry. What shall I do? Tell me, Rosa, why would you quit the convent? Canzone — Sigr. Was Wilson a member of the musical circulating library? La farfaletta — Sigr. Extra verses: 2. Dormai sul margine — Sigr. La Verginalla — in La Governant — Sigr. Bertoni Ferdinando Bertoni The music for the opera contains two Scottish melodies which? By James Hook, and published by E. Rhames, Dublin, c. Composed by Shield? Appears in Vol. Drury Lane Theatre, He also composed The Heiress — see above. Printed by S. Thompson c. Title: An thou were my ain thing. Publication Details: London : Printed for Mr.

Wilson, [s. See versions in Straloch and Balcarres mss and Orpheius Caledonius Published in London by Longman and Broderip, ? Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Play by Sir George Collier, Music by Thomas Linley Snr. The family has lost all its wealth. Scander, the father, gives his daughter Selima a rose. Selima sings the aria. James Hook , from Norwich. Wrote songs and interludes between plays at various London Theatres. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.


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Notify me of new posts via email. Create a free website or blog at WordPress. William Wilson [NB More performances will be added to this page in due course] William Wilson was one of the leading lights in the music scene of Aberdeen, though he was also involved early in his life in musical promotion in Glasgow. What marks this publication out from others published in Scotland around this time is stated on the cover: A Proper Accompaniment is Arranged on a plan so distinct as must make the Songs more agreeable to the Performer than the method that HAS been used of playing the same notes that the Voice Sung.

Excerpt: Enter Henry. What shall I do?

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There was no fooling around. George was interested in an ultimate font of things. He had a wonderful philosophical mind. He was very much into Oriental thought. It may have been George who introduced me to the I Ching. All these people were sort of playful—Fluxus playfulness. There was an attitude of play there too in George, but there was a fundamental seriousness.

People respected that.

It was a natural thing to do, but there was also a natural distance. He was in and out of relationships with people. Rather like Ray. George was more solitary, because Ray also had this very frenetic life. George was basically alone in a wonderful little house he had in Cologne. First he was in the South of France with Robert Filliou. And then he was in Cologne. It was a marvelous house with an attic apartment, which had been built for a painter.

There was a huge glass wall with a northern exposure in this bourgeois neighborhood. I knew Filliou, although not tremendously well. We visited him a couple of times, and also saw him at the home of mutual friends. And then there was the wonderful time that Berty and I met him in New York. Maybe in , that very first time that Berty and I went to New York together.

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It may have been when I did the interview with Ray. It must have been some earlier trip. He sent her first to. I forget who it was, but he was at the beginning of a chain of people which lead to Jill Kornblee. He was very nice. Robert was doing a show with John Gibson, and it was a show with cards mounted on music stands.

He had come to New York with only one music stand and a little box with cards, but it never occurred to him that music stands in America are very different from music stands in Europe. Music stands in Europe have a clip on one side. But not in America.

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I remember with Berty, we walked all over New York City with Robert trying to get him the music stands he needed. He thought it would be the easiest thing in the world, but it ended up that he had to have fifty music stands flown in from Paris, or somebody did it for him. Berty and I were running around the city with Robert trying to find music stands, and it was then he introduced us to these other people. But the Eternal Network. Although Filliou did go to Vancouver and mixed with the Western Front, and a newly emerging mail art network that was a presence there.

The Eternal Network was one of those ideas like the Genial Republic. It was an imaginary place in which he lived. Like his concept of the Principal of Equivalence—well made, badly-made, not-made, were all the same thing. To make sense of these ideas you have to realize he was a Tibetan monk.

He told me a wonderful story about a meeting with one of his Tibetan teachers.