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Six concerto's for the organ or harpsichord with instrumental parts by William Felton
XII English songs in score by Nicolo Pasquali
Six concertos in seven parts for four violins, one alto viola, a violoncello and a thorough bass for the harpsichord. With general rules for playing instrumental compositions in parts, but more especially calculated for the use of the work by Charles Avison
XII Overtures and Symphonies for Two Violins, Tenor and Bass ... N. B. The Ripeno Parts of the i. iii. v. ix. & xi. may be Perform'd by Two Trumpets, Two French Horns & Kettle Drums by Nicolo Pasquali
Eight suits or easy lessons for the harpsichord by William Felton
Eight setts of lessons for the harpsichord by James Nares
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About meCuthbert Ogle (d. 23 April 1755), an English musician who emigrated to Williamsburg, Virginia in the early months of 1755, advertised that he would be teaching music there, and then promptly died. Little is known about Ogle: Maurer Maurer writes of the man "It seems impossible to determine anything definite about Cuthbert Ogle's origin, his first appearance in Virginia, the extent of his musical training, or the nature of his private life and affairs."
About my libraryThe musical library of Cuthbert Ogle is listed in its entirety in the appraisement of his estate, made at Williamsburg in September 1755 by well-known musician Peter Pelham, Charles Jones and John Low. Ogle's books, combined with his other possessions (which included a Fiddle & Case, Harpsichord and 2 Hammers, 1 Plain Gold Watch, 1 Spy Glass, 1/2 lb Green Tea, some Fiddle strings and an Old Hatt), were appraised at £69 3s. 4d.
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