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Pianoforte-H. A. D. SEYMOUR. A. R. ROBINSON.
Flute-REV. C. W. TAYLER.
Serenade..from "The Gipsy's Warning"....J. Benedict.
Bless'd be the home where love makes his dwelling,
Oh! with what joy each bosom is swelling,
Calm and sunny may life's pathway be,
.(three voices)......G. H. Rodwell.
A. H. GLENNIE.
J. J. PULLEINE.
T. P. WILLIAMSON.
Yes! Brothers, yes! it is the midnight drum,
Telling the sentinel the hour is come,
No more he dreams of soft repose,
(Written in imitation of a species of Canzonet, in fashion before the introduction of Madrigals into England.)
Who shall win my lady fair
When the leaves are green?
Who but I should win my lady fair
The bravest man
That best love can
Shall win my lady fair.
Danderly, danderly, danderly, dan,
He shall marry her, he's the man.
(And similar verse.)
Song.." When the moon is brightly shining".. Molique.
REV. R. DUCKWORTH.
When the moon is brightly shining,
Light and sound their pow'rs uniting,
Should she wake, a spell throw o'er her,
Let mine image rise before her
Mid'st the dreams of sweet repose!
Should she sleep, then gently wake her,
And the curtain ope around,
Lure her then in sweet amazement,
One more strain my lute shall send her,
While I strike each chord with might-
Then, oh, then, good night, good night!