The fine ladies life, or, The thoughts of an ambitious country girl on the pleasures of the town
sung in ye Provok'd husband by Mrs. Cibber.
|Main Creator:||Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.|
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[London : s.n., ca. 1735]
Song for medium voice and continuo (figured bass); with a version for the flute.
Sung in C. Cibber's play, adapted from an unfinished play by Sir John Vanbrugh.
Caption title. Without imprint.
First line: What tho' they call me country lass.
With pianoforte acct. and arr. for flute.
Physical description: 1 score ( leaf) ; fol.
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