2 edition of Rail no more, ye learned asses found in the catalog.
Rail no more, ye learned asses
|Statement||William Boyce. Arranged by Archibald Jacob.|
|Series||Oxford solo songs|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||score (5 p.) ; 31 cm|
|Number of Pages||31|
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This song is taken from a collection of 18th century editions in the British Museum of William Boyce’s songs. It is presented in sheet music format in the arrangement by Archibald Jacob in the key of A Minor. The leading native-born composer of eighteenth century England (save perhaps for Thomas Arne), William Boyce was born in London in He received his primary musical training as a boy soprano at St.
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