Which preposition to use with serenades

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" "That's flesh and blood, at least," exclaimed the Doctor, "and I propose to ascertain who are treating as to this charming serenade in the stillness of midnight.

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Serenade for a wealthy widow.

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As it is of a Dramatick Nature, and peculiarly appropriated to the Stage, I can by no means approve the Thought of that angry Lover, who, after an unsuccessful Pursuit of some Years, took leave of his Mistress in a Serenade of Cat-calls.

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They did not know that the colonel's journey to Westmoreland was in consequence of a letter from his friend there expressing uneasiness about serenades from the lake beside the house.

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the figure of Clevelandcast up by the sea on the resounding foreland of Dunrossnessmoving, with the blood on his hands and the Spanish words on his tongue, among the simple islanderssinging a serenade under the window of his Shetland mistressis conceived in the very highest manner of romantic invention.

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But, I understand, the great disturbers of the room where Mad. de sleeps are two chanoines, whose noses are so sonorous and so untuneable as to produce a sort of duet absolutely incompatible with sleep; and one of the company is often deputed to interrupt the serenade by manual application mais tout en badinant et avec politesse

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"A serenade with the Marseillaise and funeral marches," proposed Isagani.

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Though I am come off en Cavalier with my Master, I am not with my Mistress, whom I promised to console this Night, and 'tis but just I shou'd make good this Morning; 'twill be rude to surprize her sleeping, and more gallant to wake her with a Serenade at her Window.

Which preposition to use with  serenades