William Dixon
(1760 - 1825)

The Garland
(A./T.T.B. or S.S.A.)
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"Six lively glees for Three Voices composed and by permission respectfully dedicated to Sir J A Stevenson Mus. Doc. by an Wm. Dixon. N.B. these glees are within the compass of Ladies voices. Engraved and Published by the Author and may be had at the principal Music Shops." London, c.1805.
Lyrics: Anon, probably the composer

Hark, the merry pipe and tabor
Lead the festive dance along.
Let us now, forgetting labour,
Haste to join the jocund throng.
See the garland, now advancing,
Decked with flow'rets fresh and gay,
Borne by beauteous Bella dancing,
Thus to hail the first of May.