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D'Almaine & Co (1834-1867) (Music publisher)

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1834 - 1867

Biography

D'Almaine and Co were a firm of music publishers, sellers and instrument makers founded in 1785 by George Goulding and Thomas D'Almaine (c. 1780-1866). The company traded under various names before becoming D'Almaine and Co in 1834. Upon his retirement in 1847, D'Almaine was succeeded by his nephew Thomas MacKinlay who had worked alongside him at the firm for several years. Both D'Almaine and MacKinlay died in 1866 at which point the firm was sold to Joseph Emery who continued the business under the same name, mainly selling pianos.

Source

http://www.oxfordreference.com/view/10.1093/acref/9780199743391.001.0001/acref-9780199743391-e-1686

Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:

Song titled "Emmets Last Words!", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.383-386
Scope and Contents

Song titled "Emmets Last Words!" Referring to Irish nationalist Robert Emmet, who led a short rebellion against British rule in 1803 and was subsequently executed for high treason. The poem speaks of his ill-fated love affair with Sarah Curran, daughter of the celebrated radical barrister John Philpot Curran. He was a favourtie hero for the romantic poets, most particularly Thomas Moore. This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "Heartbroken Anna! Air - "Faithless Emma"", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.102-104
Scope and Contents

Song titled "Heartbroken Anna! Air - "Faithless Emma."" This song was sold to music publishers D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "I never can another wed! A Canzonet for the Guitar", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.402-403
Scope and Contents

Song titled "I never can another wed! A Canzonet for the Guitar." This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "Jamie's Dream! Air, "Auld Robin Gray"", 1810-1857

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Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.177-178
Scope and Contents

Song titled "Jamie's Dream! Air, "Auld Robin Gray."" This song was set to music by Samuel Wesley and sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "Matin Hymn. Air, "Adeste Fideles"", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.318-319
Scope and Contents

Song titled "Matin Hymn. Air, "Adeste Fideles."" This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "Meet me to night! Air - "Never 'till now"", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.113-114
Scope and Contents

Song titled "Meet me to night! Air - "Never 'till now."" This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "Serenade, Wake Magdaline" Air - "Hush every breeze"", 1810-1857

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Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.107-108
Scope and Contents

Song titled "Serenade, Wake Magdaline" Air - "Hush every breeze."" This song was sold to music publishers D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "Softly breathing harp of beauty. Air, "Durandarte"", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.141-142
Scope and Contents

Song titled "Softly breathing harp of beauty. Air, "Durandarte."" This song was set to music by D'Almaine.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "The Dead Bride! Air - "Shall I wasting in despair"", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.242-244
Scope and Contents

Song titled "The Dead Bride! Air - "Shall I wasting in despair."" This sogn was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

Song titled "The Exiles. Air - "Indian death Song"", 1810-1857

 piece
Identifier: Coll-1839/7/pp.227-228
Scope and Contents

Song titled "The Exiles. Air - "Indian death Song."" This song was sold to music publisher D'Almaine and Co.

Dates: 1810-1857

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