Jeremiah Clarke
(c.1674 - 1707)

Clarke : Wife for any man, A : illustration

Wife for any man, A
(String or reed band)
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1st act tune - 2nd act tune - 4th act tune

Conceived for strings, but also suitable for wind bands. Three act tunes, surviving in manuscript, from a lost play by Thomas Durfey, 1696. The First Act Tune bears more than a passing resemblance to the tune of the song "How stands the glass around?", a favourite of General Wolfe and sung at Quebec the night before his death (also available in notAmos).