This glee gained a Catch Club prize medal in 1785.
Lyrics: Anon, probably the composer

The nightingale, who tunes her warbling notes so sweet
'Midst flowers ne'er presumes to fix her mournful seat;
Melodiously she sings while hawthorns pierce her breast;
Her voice sweet echo rings, and Nature lulls to rest.
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John Danby
(c.1757 - 1798)

The Nightingale

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