1 edition of words of glees, &c. to be sung] on Thursday the twenty-sixth day of April, 1838 found in the catalog.
words of glees, &c. to be sung] on Thursday the twenty-sixth day of April, 1838
|Statement||Gentlemen"s Glee Club, Manchester.|
|Contributions||Sowler, Thomas, printer., Gentlemen"s Glee Club (Manchester)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[?] p. ;|
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The conquest of Constantinople, in , had occasioned a freer intercourse between the Greeks and Italians, and doubtless greatly aided in promoting the rapid progress of the arts in the thirteenth century. In his twenty-sixth year, Cimabue painted the celebrated Madonna which is still to be seen in the church Santa Marie Novelkla. LONDON: J. CUEWEN & SONS, 8 & 9 WAEWIOK LANE, E.C. S^ PEEFACE. few words concerning the origin of this book are necessary. It was already begun during an illness in , and arrangements were made for its publication. But upon further investigation, especially of the early MSS.
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