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Pepusch, Johann Christoph (1667 – 1752)

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Source of Cantata n. V Book 2. “Kindly fate at length release me” is a printed edition of a collection of 6 cantatas published by J. Walsh, London n.d. (ca. 1720), München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (D-Mbs), Rism A/I: P 1244; PP 1244. Title on source: “Six English cantatas for one voice, four for a flute and two with a trumpet and other instruments ... book ye second (Love frowns in beauteous Myra's eyes; Sure time and love are both asleep; O love, thou know'st my anguish; Beware my Thyrsis; Kindly fate at length release me; How long, unhappy isle, shall civil jars annoy thee).”

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Source of Concerto n. VI Op. VIII is the 1708 printed edition of separate parts, published in facsimile by Fuzeau, Courlay with the following caption title: “VI / CONCERTS / à 2 Flûtes à Bec, 2 Flûtes Traversieres / Hau[t]bois ou Violons & Basse Continue. / Composées Par / MONSIEUR PEPUSCH / VIIIme OUVRAGE / A AMSTERDAM / Chez Jeanne Roger”.  The ancient edition is at the Uppsala  University Library.
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Source of Concerto n. IV Op. VIII is a ms. of parts (Mus.2126-O-4), online available at the digital library SLUB, Dresden The 1708 printed edition of separate parts, published in facsimile by Fuzeau, Courlay has the following caption title: “VI / CONCERTS / à 2 Flûtes à Bec, 2 Flûtes Traversieres / Hau[t]bois ou Violons & Basse Continue. / Composées Par / MONSIEUR PEPUSCH / VIIIme OUVRAGE / A AMSTERDAM / Chez Jeanne Roger”.

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Source of Concerto n. II Op. VIII is a 1708 printed edition of separate parts, published in facsimile by Fuzeau, Courlay. Caption title: “VI / CONCERTS / à 2 Flûtes à Bec, 2 Flûtes Traversieres / Hau[t]bois ou Violons & Basse Continue. / Composées Par / MONSIEUR PEPUSCH / VIIIme OUVRAGE / A AMSTERDAM / Chez Jeanne Roger”.

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