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Too much glee ascribed to Callcott.

Posted: 19 Feb 2021 17:05
by cjshawcj
I'm afraid that I have added a separate work sheet for a work that is already on CPDL: Oh! Sovereign of the living soul #63039, pre-existing as Oh! sovereign of the willing soul #16932. The latter is the correct title (but consider whether sovereign in the title should be capitalized.
I should be grateful if these two could be merged.

Another Callcott item exists in two versions: The historians #14743 and Sir John Hawkins' History of Music #06443 and merger should be considered. The former goes under the original title (1786) the latter title is an editorial accretion (1853); the latter work page pre-dates the former, but they appear to have co-exited for 14 years.
I should be grateful for whatever housekeeping you consider appropriate.~~~~

Re: Too much glee ascribed to Callcott.

Posted: 22 Feb 2021 08:54
by Claude_T
I've merged "Oh! sovereign" pages (recent edition to previous one, to keep page history) without leaving a redirect
and merged "Sir John Hawkins' History of Music" to ... _Callcott) (its original title), leaving a redirect from the one to the other.

Re: Too much glee ascribed to Callcott.

Posted: 01 Mar 2021 10:25
by cjshawcj
Many thanks