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VOCAL: Let God Arise, anthem for Soloists, Chorus, and Orch. (Worcester Festival, Sept. 8, 1773); The Song of Moses, oratorio (London, March 12, 1777); secular choral works; songs. : M. Cooke, A Short Account of the late Mr. T. , Junior (MS, 1812); G. Beechey, T. , Univ. of Cambridge, 1964). (4) Mary Linley, soprano; b. Bath, Jan. 4, 1758; d. Clifton, Bristol, July 27, 1787. she was a pupil of her father. She appeared as a concert and oratorio singer, often with her sister Elizabeth. From 1771 to 1776 she sang at the Three Choirs Festival, and also in London until her marriage in 1780.
Clelland, Still the Lark, A Biography of E. L. (London, 1962). , violinist and composer; b. Bath, May 5, 1756; d. [drowned] Grimsthorpe, Aug. 5, 1778. He was a gifted child and began his music studies at an early age with his father. On July 29,1763, he made his public debut performing a violin concerto in Bristol. Following further training from Boyce in London (1763-68), he studied violin with Nardini in Florence (1768-71), where he met Mozart in 1770 and became his close friend. From 1771 Linley performed at his father's concert presentations in Bath.
Selima and Azor, comic opera (Dec. 5, 1776); The Beggar's Opera, ballad opera (Jan. 29,1777); The Camp, musical entertainment (Oct. 15,1778); Zoraida, tragedy (Dec. 13, 1779); The Generous Imposter, comedy (Nov. 22,1780); The Gentle Shepherd, pastoral (Oct. 29, 1781); The Carnival of Venice, comic opera (Dec. 13, 1781); The Spanish Rivals, musical farce (Nov. 4, 1784); The Strangers at Home, comic opera (Dec. 8,1785); Love in 2138 the East, or Adventures of Twelve Hours (Feb. 25,1788). OTHER: He also publ.