London: Monzani & Hill, for the author, n.d. (ca.1820)
Public Domain [tag/del]
||Three Solos for the Tenor with an Accompaniment for the Violoncello ... by Benjamin Blake, Musician in Ordinary to His Majesty
||his valuable friend, Thomas Assheton Smith, Esq. M.P.
||Viola and Cello, or violin and cello
Note from title-page: The above Solos may be played on the Violin, by transposing them a Fifth higher, or, in other words, by considering the first String of the Violin as the first String of the Tenor. To facilitate the reading, and to avoid Ledger Lines as much as possible, the Author has written the Passages in the Treble Cliff where he could with convenience.