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Massachussets Quick Step. H. Prentiss. 1840. S. Knaebel. Somnabula Quick Step. Oliver Ditson. 1836. Wiley L. Housewright Sheet Music Collection.

Wiley L. Housewright Sheet Music Collection (MUS SPEC M1.H68) Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Volume 1 F.H. Brown John Holloway Ch. Zeuner George Hewitt

New York Light Guard's Quick Step Bigelow's Quick Step Otis's Quick Step Providence Quick Step/Grecian Quick Step

Hewitt & Jaques H. Prentiss C. Bradlee J. L. Hewitt

1839 1839 1831 ----

B.A. Burditt Walch / H. P. Munroe

Col. J.S. Amory's Quick Step Waterman Quick Step

H. Prentiss 1840? Parker and Diston 1837

Ch. Zeuner

Herz's Quick Step

Parker and Diston 1837

Geo. Hews Wm. Smith

Webster's Quick Step Free Bridge Quick Step

C. Bradlee ---Parker and Diston 1836

Unknown Zaleucus John Holloway Unknown A.F. Knight

Rieff's Quick Step American Quick Step Blue's Quick Step Ladies, Favorite Quick Step Paine's Quick Step

C. Bradlee H. Prentiss J. Ashton Firth & Hall Parker and Diston

Walch / A.F. Knight

Sutton's Quick Step

Parker and Diston 1837

Ch. Zeuner T. Comer Geo. Hews D.T.H. J. Holloway

New England Guards Quick Step Tiger Quick Step Cambridge Quick Step Fort Hill Quick Step Wood Up Quick Step

J. Ashton C. Bradlee C. Bradlee Wm. H. Oakes Parker and Diston

1835 1834 1836 -------

D.T. Haraden S. Knaebel

Massachussets Quick Step Somnabula Quick Step

H. Prentiss Oliver Ditson

1840 1836

------1836 ---1836

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

G.O. Farmer Kuffner / J. Worsley

Gen. Harrison's Grand March Boston Independent Cadet's Grand March

J. Ashton C. Bradlee

1840 1828

Walch, J/Hewitt, G.

Marion Guards, Grand March & Quick Step

C. Bradlee

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Walch, J/Zeuner, Ch. Unknown J.Z. Hesser Geo. Hews J.H. Hewitt Unknown B.A. Burditt Unknown H. Holst Mozart

C. Bradlee C. Bradlee Atwill's Music? C. Bradlee Geo. Willig Atwill's Music H. Prentiss G.E. Blake Thos. Birch Thos. Birch

---------1834 1835 ----------------

J. Cole & Son

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Unknown Haydn Unknown W.C.P. Beethoven [sic] Beethoven [sic] Beethoven [sic] K.M.K. Zeus

Nahant March Russian March Congress Grand March Appleton March Firemen's Grand Mach and Gallope Titus March Allen's March & Walz Celebrated French Guard's March Lord Wellington's Grand March Grand March from the Opera of The Magic Flute Major Jack Downing's Parade March and Down-East Quickstep Bonaparte's Coronation March Haydn's Celebrated Military Andante Russian March c.2 Louisville March and Quick Step Favorite Lander Waltz Plaisir, Le Souvenir Waltz, Le Contentment Waltz

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H. Herz

Made. Elle Sontag's Much Admired Waltz

F. Unger J. N. Hummel/Fred. Varry Unknown Beethoven [?] H. Schmidt F.H.Brown

Aurora Waltz Sontag Waltz New York Serenading Waltz Post Horn Waltz Three Graces Light Guards Waltz

C. Bradlee G. Graupner C. Bradlee C. Bradlee C. Bradlee Bourne G.M. Bourne Kretschmar & Nunns Kretschmar & Nunns C. Bradlee J. L. Hewitt C. Bradlee Dubois & Bacon H. Prentiss Chas. T. Ceslain

Unknown

---------------1836 1834

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Oliver Shaw G.Rossini/Unknown Hummel P.K. Moran Unknown K. M. Zeus

Oakland Waltz Barber Of Seville Waltz Don Pedro's Waltz Hummel's Waltz New Orleans Waltz Dutch Waltz

1834 ------1828 -------

W. Iucho Unknown Unknown Beethoven [?] C. Meineke W.R. Coppock Unknown H. Schmidt H.H.Gear Beethoven/Thos. Valentine

Alabama Waltz Neapolitan, Swiss & Vienna Waltzes Beethoven's Dream: A Grand Waltz Doleur, La Mexican Waltz Grand Military Waltz Stop, Nicolas & Clermont Waltzes Victorine Waltz and Gallopade Constantine Waltz Beethoven's Much Admired Waltz

O. Shaw Geo. Willig Atwill's Music? Dubois & Bacon J. L. Hewitt Kretschmar & Nunns Firth & Hall G. E. Blake ---C. Bradlee Geo. Willig J. L. Hewitt G. E. Blake Atwill's Music? G. M. Bourne C. Bradlee

Bellini/S. Knaebel Geo. Hews T. Latour Strauss Hunten Unknown Massaniello/Unknown

from the Opera La Somnambula Brattleboro Waltz and Quick Step Corinthian Waltz Duke de Reichstadt's Waltz Vive la Danse, Galope et Grande Marche Rebecca, Estelle, Laura, Georgette Rockaway Galopade and a Waltz from Massaniello [by auber] Galopade. La Pozzo di Borgo Galop, Le Favorite Gallopade from the Opera Gustave

C. H. Keith C. Bradlee Dubois & Bacon C. Bradlee H. Prentiss T. J. Williams ? J. L. Hewitt

1836 ---------1840 -------

---J. L. Hewitt Kretschmar & Nunns C. Bradlee Hewitt & Jaques E. Riley E. Riley

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Unknown Unknown C.F. Hausman Unknown Unknown Unknown M. Fiorelli

Herr Cline's Dance White Cockade; A german Waltz Paddy O'Rafferty Neapolitan Dance from the Opera Masaniello

1836 ------------------1835 1831 ----

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Unknown Unknown S.M.

Pas Re Double Land of Sweet Erin Quadrilles from Aubers Celebrated Opera, "Le Die et la Bayadere" Rustic Reels Lord MacDonald's Reel, Miss Johnson's Reel Huzzah for the Bonnets of Blue; Hey the Bonny Breast Knot Rickett's Hornpipe; Sandy O'er The Lee Since Then I'm Doom'd, with Variations Alpenlied Eveleen's Bower with Variations Popular Swiss Air, A Lee Ring Yankee Doodle Lieber Augustine, or Buy a Broom Overture to La Buona Figliuola or The Dutiful Daughter Overture to the Opera of The Caliph Of Bagdad Third Calisthenic Rondo Market Chorus from Massaniello Storm Rondo

G. Graupner C. Bradlee Hewitt & Jaques

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G. E. Blake G. E. Blake

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Bourne G. Willig Dubois & Bacon G. Graupner C. Bradlee G. Graupner C. Bradlee Firth & Hall Firth & Hall

------1833 -------------------

Firth & Hall

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Firth & Hall E. Riley C. Bradlee

1833 -------

J. Church ---W. Woodward T. B. Harms

1867 ---1885 ----

National Music Kunkel Bros. Lawrence Bros. L.C. Wegefarth

---1875 1886 1879

Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Latour W. Iucho J.B.Logier R. Schroeder Unknown Unknown Jos. F. Reddie Picinni/Unknown A. Boieldieu W. Iucho M. Fiorelli Steibelt Volume 2 Sydney Ryan J. Leybach J. J. Freeman L. Waldman A. Czibulka J. Kunkel F.W. Lawerence L.C. Wegefarth

Coral Caves I Puritani Fantasie Brillante White Wings Little Fishermaniden (Das Kleine Fishermadchen) Stephanie Gavotte Heather Bells Polka Racing Down The Rapids Danse de la Fonatine

Text Incipit

George Cooper There was a little fishermaiden

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Theo. Moelling H.A. Wollenhaupt A. Lourney R. Eilenberg G. Schleiffarth C. Pinsuti H.N. Bartlett F.A. Jewell L.M. Gottschalk Mrs. F. W. Bliss L. Lennox R. Brinley J.J. Freeman J. Paul Chas. De Kress

Return of Spring (Retour de Printemps) Huzza!Hurra! Galop di Bravoura Shadows on the Water [incomplete] Heart's First Love (Das Erste Herzklopfen) Sweet Bye and Bye Air and Variations When Life is Brightest Grande Polka de Concert Little Bright Eyes Banjo Faraway Dream Memories Blue Bells of scotland Pretty Pond Lilies Echoes from the Woods Mother is Dead

Theo Moelling Kunkel Bros. Lee & Walker J. Church National Music F. A. North Wm. A. Pond National Music O. Ditson/W.Hall National Music J. Church R. Saalfield W. Woodward Kunkel Bros. R. Saalfield

1878 1870 1880 ---1882 ---1867 1881 1855 ---------1884 1873 1884

J. Strauss C.L. Desorms Volume 3 John P. Ordway Harry Percy

One Heart, One Soul Gen. Boulanger's March

J. Church W. F. Shaw

---1887

Dreaming of Home & Mother From our Home the Loved are Going

G. D. Russell 1868 G. W. Richardson 1875

C. A. White J. R. Thomas C. A. White

Poor Forsaken Tramp Eilleen Allanna Waiting and Watching for Me

Irving Emerson

Evening Shadows (L'Ombre du Soir)

Albert Jungmann L. Wely

Sphinx Cloches du monastere, Les (Monastery Bells) Thine Own Departed Days, or Voices from the Spirit Land

White, Smith Wm A. Pond White, Smith & Perry White, Smith & Perry Oliver Ditson Charles W. Harris

Gustav Lange L. Louis

1877 1873 1873 1871 -------

Oliver Ditson ---S. Brainard's Sons ----

Text Incipit

C.J. Rowe

Summer hath now come

W.H. Watson

Little bright eyes, I am lonely

M. Lindsay L. Lennox

Where is now the merry party Tonight, beside the murm'ring

Chas. De Kress Softly the moonlight is kissing

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

J. H. Slack

Home Sweet Home

1869

T. P. Ryder

Nearer My God to Thee

Brinley Richards

Ave Sanctissima (Evening Song to the Virgin) Bonnie Sweet Bessie Auld Lang Syne Pluies de l'Ete, Le

White, Smith & Perry White, Smith & Perry Oliver Ditson

T. P. Ryder Charles Grobe R. F. Harvey

1873 ---1876 1854 1859

Brinley Richards

White, Smith Lee & Walker White, Smith & Perry Pure as Snow (Edelweiss) White, Smith & Perry Agathe (When the Swallows Homeward Fly) Lee & Walker

W. Ruhe A. P. Wyman H. Cramer

Kathleen Mavourneen Dashing Spray Desiderio, II

---1872 1870

R. Nordmann H. Cramer J. Ascher

Nun's Prayer Bohemian Girl (Zingeunerin de Balfe, Die) Andante de Salon (Lucie de Lammermoor)

Oliver Ditson White, Smith White, Smith & Perry Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson Wm A. Pond

Ferd. Beyer Sidney Smith Sidney Smith H. Herz J. Leybach Rossini Tito Mattei H. Herz Carl Mora Char. D. Blake E. Ketterer

Rigoletto de Verdi Golden Bells Orage, L' (Storm at Sea) Beatrice di Tenda Oberon Overture to the Opera William Tell Non e ver Carnival de Vince Flash Clayton's Grand March Argentine, L'

------------------------1869 1873 1870

E. Pauer

Cascade, La

S. T. Gordon Wm A. Pond Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson Lee & Walker G. Andre Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson C. H. Ditson White, Smith White, Smith & Perry Oliver Ditson

Gustav Lange

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

J. & J. Strauss J. Strauss W. Ganz/C. Wels Sidney Smith Ch. B. Lysberg Jules Schulhoff T. P. Ryder

Pizzicato Polka Kunstler-Leben Walzer (Artists Life) Qui Vive Galop Reine des Fees, La Baladine, La Valse Brillante Ryder Waltzes

C. H. Ditson Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson F. A. North John Church White, Smith & Perry

---1872 1869 ---------1872

Delices de l'Opera, Les. Norma de Bellini Hear Me Norma Chants d'Italie, Les Katy Darling Woodland Waltz Wrecker's Daughter (Variations) Elise-Polka Perle Valse Elegante, Une Child's Wish Ubung im Wechseln der Finger Two Waltzes for the Piano Forte Bring Me Wild Flowers Give Me Three Grains of Corn, Mother Dix Petits Rondeaux, No. 9 Mother's Vow Acawam Quick Step Huit Morceaux Agreables, no. 7. Altdeutsches Lied Little Eva Battle of Prague Call Me Pet Names Jenny Lane

G. M. Meyer Wm. Hall G. P. Reed A. M. Leland Oliver Ditson Prentiss & Clark Breitkopf & Hertel Firth, Hall & Pond Oliver Ditson Breitkopf & Hertel G. P. Reed Samuel C. Jollie Oliver Ditson G. P. Reed A & J. P. Ordway Oliver Ditson N. Simrock

---1851 ---1851 1846 1842 ------1851 ---1835 1851 1848 ---1848--------

John P. Jewett G. Willig Lee & Walker E. H. Wade

1852 ---1851 1850

Love's Gentle Reproaches Willie's on the Dark Blues Sea

G. P. Reed Oliver Ditson

1852 1849

Volume 4 L. Winkler Wm. Dressler F. Hunten Anon. I. N. Metcalf Conrad Fay H. C. Lumbye Francois Hunten H. D. Munson Carl Czerny L. Lemaire L. Lavenu O. R. Gross Charles Czerny H. Waters D. H. H. C. T. Brunner Manuel Emilio F. Kotzwara Anon. R. Bishop Buckley/J. P. Ordway C. A. Adler H. S. Thompson

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Thomas Bricher

Oh! Home of my Boyhood, My Own Country Home Fete au Couvert, La Prize-Banner Quick Step Old Folks at Home Young Folks at Home It Was a Beauteous Lady, or Allan Percy Ben Bolt, or Oh! Don't You Remember

Oliver Ditson

1847

Fred Burgmuller D. H. Haskell E. P. Christy Hattie Livingston H. F. Greene Nelson Kneass Samuel Lover H. S. Thompson J. C. Engelbrecht Volume 5 C. Kinkel F. L. Schubert (arr.) H. Lichner Sidney Lambert Gustav Lange Brinley Richards (arr.) J. G. Barnett Annie W. Bartalott C. D. Wilson Joseph Ascher Theodore Oesten J. Leybach L. Wely

B. Schott E. H. Wade Firth Pond Gould & Berry G. P. Reed W. C. Peters & Sons Low Back'd Car Wm. Hall Lilly Dale Oliver Ditson Good Bye, or Farewell, Farewell, is a Lonely F. D. Benteen Sound

Gustav Lange T. P. Ryder

Harrie's Polka Poet and Peasant Waltz Trois Sonatines Foriles, no. 2 Lise, Polka Mazurka Pure as Snow (Edelweiss) Chime Again, Beautiful Bells! Remembrance Budding Leaves Highland Echoes Souvenirs Styriens Soirees Elysees, no. 1 Galop di Bravura Derniere Rose D'Ete, La Monastery Bells (Cloches du Monastere, Les) Flower Song (Blumenlied) Nearer My God to Thee

Henry Weber C. D. Blake

Storm Heavenward Bound

---1842 1851 1852 1851 1848 1846 1852 1844

J. L. Peters Cottier & Denton Jules Hainauer Cory Bros. Cory Bros. Cottier & Denton S. T. Gordon J. E. Winner Carl Prufer E. W. Billings Oliver Ditson B. Schott E. W. Billings

1872 ------------------1870 1871 -------------

C. H. Ditson White, Smith & Perry C. D. Benson White, Smith

---1873 1858 1874

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

W. V. Wallace

J. Schuberth

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F. Boscovitz Gustav Lange Geroge C. Bohlmann A. P. Wyman

Blues Bells of Scotland (Schottisches Volkslied) Chant du Berger, Le Message of Love (Liebesbotschaft) Galopp Silvery Waves

Lee & Walker W. H. Cundy Aug. Fr. Cranz S. Brainard's Sons

---1874 ---1883

Durand de Grau H. P. Pierce D. Angelo J. B. Duvernoy Florie Kinkel John A. Metcalfe

Corricolo, II Calisthenic March Rock of Ages 3 Bleuettes Florie's First Waltz Sunlight Waltz

A. E. Blackmar John P. Perry Wm. A. Pond G. Schirmer J. L. Peters S. Brainard's Sons

---1874 1854 ---1871 1868

Fritz Spindler Unknown Wm. W. Keenan

Pearls and Flowers Indiana Waltz Snowflake

------1858

Fritz Spindler Fred. Baumfelder

Hunting Song Petit Tambour, Le

D. W. Reeves F. Beyer D. Krug Theodore Oesten Unknown A. J. Vaas E. Mack Chas. Kinkel Charles Voss H. A. Wollenhaupt Theodore Oesten D. Krug Theodore Oesten

Healey's Grand March "Alexis" Air Allemand, An German Popular Air Temple of Flowers Birth-Day Polka St. Paul Waltz Children's Wreath. Willie Gallop Cadeaux de Noel, Les Innocence, L' Fleurs Americaines, Les Wiegenlied (Schlaf in guter Ruh) Barbier von Sevilla von Rossini Serenade Waltz

Russell & Tolman G. Andre Stephen T. Gordon G. D. Russell J. RieterBiedermann Cory Bros. Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson G. D. Russell G. Andre Root & Candy Lee & Walker J. L. Peters G. Schirmer Wm. A. Pond Praeger & Meier G. Schirmer E. W. Billings

------1873 1867 ---------1864 1864 1866 ---1861 ---1865 ----

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

C. Everest

Pupil's Folio

1863

H. Lemoine T. Brigham Bishop F. Boott

Valse et le Galop Grave of Little May Sailor's Wife

Chas. W. A. Trumpler S. T. Gordon J. M. Stoddart Oliver Ditson

---1877 1864

Unknown C. Mackay

Sep. Winner

Farewell Song of Enoch Arden

Sep. Winner

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Sep. Winner

Edwin Christie H. Lemoine Volume 6 Francis H. Brown Henry C. Work

Merriest Girl in the Village 50 Juvenile Studies for the Pianoforte

Oliver Ditson J. Schuberth

1874 ----

Geo. Cooper

Happy Family Polka Baylon is Fallen!

Firth Pond Root & Cady

1851 1863

Geo. F. Root

Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! The Prisoners Hope

Root & Cady

1864

G. Friedrich Wurzel

Old Folks Are Gone

Wm. Hall & Son

1852

C. Jefferys/L.Devereaux

Wings of a Dove

Oliver Ditson

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I. T. Stoddard

New England, New England, My Home O'er S. Carusi the Sea Blind Boy Oliver Ditson

1842

I Wish I Was in Dixie's Land

Firth Pond

1860

Don't you see de black clouds risin' ober yonder Geo. F. Root In the prison cell I sit, thinking mother dear, of you G. Friedrich Far, far in many lands I've Wurzel wander'd, sadly and lone Unknown Oh! had I wings like a dove I would fly Anna M. Wells New-England, New-England, my home o'er the sea Hannah F. Oh! tell me the form of the soft Gould summer air Dan D. Emmett I wish I was in de land ob cotton

Plume Polka Hazel Dell

S. T. Gordon Wm. Hall & Son

1853 1859

Wurzel

J. W. Cherry

I Wandered on the Sea-Beat Shores or the Shells of Ocean

Wm. Hall & Son

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Lake

S. M. Grannis

Do They Miss Me at Home?

Oliver Ditson

1852

Unknown

William R. Dempster Dan. D. Emmett/W. L. Hobbs Francis H. Brown Wurzel

1844

Text Incipit

The honeybees are sighing I've a letter from thy sire, Baby mine, Baby mine! Cheer up, Annie darling, with hopeful emotion I never am sighing or pining

Henry C. Work

In the Hazel Dell my Nelly's sleeping One summer eve, with pensive thought, I wander'd on the seabeat shore Do they miss me at home do they miss me?

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

Henri Vasouver

Ben Bolt's Reply

G. W. Brainard

1852

Harrison Millard

Flag of the Free (Naitonal Ode)

H. B. Dodworth

1861

Edward N. Catlin

Marching to the Music of the Union

G. D. Russell

1865

S. C. F.

Farewell My Lilly Dear

Firth Pond

1851

Edward L. White Henry Bohlman Unknown

Home That I Love Diabolique Quick Step Bring Flowers

Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson G. P. Reed

1846 -------

Mrs. Heman

Bring Flow'rs to the Captive's lonely Cell

L. V. Beethoven H. D. Munson

Tulip Waltzes Child's Wish

Wm. Hall & Son Oliver Ditson

---1851

Unknown

M. W. Balfe

Pirates' Chorus

Firth Pond

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Oh I long to lie dear Mother, On the cool and fragrant grass Ever be happy and light as thou art

Dr. F. A. Wurm A. D. Fillmore

Lone Star Grand March Willow by the Spring

Oliver Ditson G. W. Brainard

---1853

J. Hunt Jr.

W. Howard Doane

There's Rest for Thee in Heaven

Oliver Ditson

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J. H. Bright

B. A. Burditt Sir John Stevenson

Lilly Dale Tis the Last Rose of Summer

Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson

1853 ----

H. Kleber William B. Bradbury

Rainbow Schottisch Lament of the Blind Orphan Girl

Firth Pond Jollie

Charles H. Towne Henry Russell

Rosalinda Waltz Old Farm Gate

Oliver Ditson Geo. P. Reed

Edward L. White John Holloway Henry Chadwick

Conscript Polka Wood-Up Quick Step Hazel Dell

Henry Tolman 1851 Russell & Tolman ---Wm. Hall & Son 1855

S. Dyer

Ah! yes, I remember that name with delight, Sweet Alice so cherish'd and dear Harrison Millard Nobly our flag flutters o'er us to day W. Dexter Smith We are marching to the music of Jr. the Union S. C. F. Oh! Lilly dear, it grieves me the tale I have to tell

Alfred Bunn Esq.

Near to my old grandfathers cot, A small stream murmurs by Should sorrow o'er thy brow, Its darkened shadows fling

Thomas Moore Esq.

Tis the last rose of summer

1852 1847

Ailen Roc

They tell me the earth is most lovely and fair

1849 1840

Eliza Cook

Where, where is the gate that once used to divide

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

Stephen C. Foster

Willie Has Gone to the War

Wm. A. Pond

1863

George Cooper, The blue bird is singing his lay, To Esq. all the sweet flow'rs of the dale

M. W. Balfe

Firth & Hall

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B. Covert

She is Seen Where the Vapours of Morn Arise Light Canoe

Oliver Ditson

1850

Mrs. F. Fitzgerald

I Remember How My Childhood Fleeted By

A. Fiot

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Wm. Donaldson

I'm Off for Charleston

Firth Pond

1850

Stephen Glover

Faith (The Christian Graces)

Oliver Ditson

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She is seen where the vapours of morn arise Unknown They made her a grave too cold and damp W. M. Praed I remember, I remember, How my Esqr. childhood fleeted by Wm. Donaldson My Massa an my Missus, dey both am gone away Rev. J. Reynell Lord! I believe; thy pow'r I own, Wreford, F.S.A. They word I would obey

Stephen Glover

Hope (The Chrisitian Graces)

Oliver Ditson

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Stephen Glover

Charity (The Christian Graces)

Oliver Ditson

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Sir William Davenant

Oliver Ditson

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Carl Cy. Schuck

My Lodging is on the Cold Ground: The Celebrated Mad Song in the "Rivals" Grave of Ben Bolt

G. W. Brainard

1852

Charlie C. Converse

We Miss Thee at Home

Oliver Ditson

1853

F. Romer

O Would I Were a Girl Again

Oliver Ditson

1851

George W. Warren Unknown

Jilting Schottisch Geo. P. Reed Minute Gun at Sea: A Celebrated Duetto, as Oliver Ditson Sung by Miss Turpin, and Mr. Braham

1850 ----

Unknown

Henry R. Bishop

Home Sweet Home

Oliver Ditson

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Unknown

Unknown

Annie Lawrie

Oliver Ditson

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Unknown

Charles Jeffreys Mourner! why this fruitless sorrow? Charles Jeffreys Meek and lowly, pure and holy, Chief among the "blessed three" Unknown My loding is on the cold ground, and hard, very hard is my fare Sidney Dyer By the side of sweet Alice they've laid Ben Bolt We miss thee at home, yes! we miss thee James Senaca O would I were a girl again, When Hill life was all a golden dream

Let him who sighs in sadness here, Rejoice and know a friend is near Mid pleasures and palaces, tthough we may roam Maxwelton's banks are bonny, Where early falls the dew

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

O that my heart could turn the air

Volume 7 J. T. S. Sullivan/James Bellak Hutchinson Family

My Southern Home

Lee & Walker

1849

J. W. Watson

Old Granite State

Oliver Ditson

1843

Unknown

Benjamin S. Hart

It Is the Chime!

Atwill

1845

B. Carl?

Origin of the Harp

G. Willig

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Francis H. Brown

Will You Come to My Mountain Home?

Firth, Pond

1845

Stephen C. Massett

When the Moon on the Lake is Beaming

Wm. Dubois

1842

W. R. Dempster

Blind Boy

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Stephen Glover

Song of Blanche Alpen

G. Willig

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Charles W. Glover

Wm. Hall & Son

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Charles W. Glover

Jeannette & Jeannot: The Conscript's Departure Jeannette & Jeannot: The Soldier's Return

Wm. Hall & Son

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Unknown Karl Muller

unknown (first page missing) Dream

---Lee & Walker

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James Hine

I Wandered by the Brook-Side

Firth, Pond

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L. Lavenu G. A. Hodson

On the Banks of Guadalquiver My Home My Happy Home

Lee & Walker Lee & Walker

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Unknown

Rosa Lee or Don't be Foolish Joe

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G. Nelson C. & HP. / G. F. Cole

Deep Deep Ocean Midnight Serenade

---Geo. F. Cole

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We have come from the mountains Unknown It is the chime, the hour draws near Moore Tis believed that this Harp which I now wake for thee Alfred Wheeler Will you come to my mountain home, love? S. C. Massett When the moon on the lake is beaming Miss H. F. Oh! tell me the form of the soft Gould summer air Charles Jefferys You speak of sunny skies to me Charles Jefferys You are goin far away, Far away from poor Jean'nette Charles Jefferys From the field of fight returning, with a soldier's fame I come Unknown [missing] Fredericka I dream, I dream of my Father land Bremer R. Monckton I wandered by the brookside, I Milnes wandered by the mill Unknown On the banks of Guadalquiver Unknown My home my home my happy home Unknown I went courtin Rosa Lee, u-li-a-li ola-e C. Jeffries I have sought the forest glen C. & HP. Awake, awake, the clouds forsake

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

C. de Ronceray

Auld Lang Syne

G. Willig

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Sarti Henry Russell

Come to This Heart So Lonely G. Willig Some Love to Roam oe'r the Dark Sea Foam Ld. Meignen

---1837

R. A. Smith William Ratel Jenny Lind J. Elliot M. Weisel Strauss Strauss Charles Grobe C. Meineke Henry Kleber C. Cerny Unknown C. Czerny William Ratel Ferd. Beyer Volume 8 Ignace Pleyel

I Have Come from a Happy Land Santa Anna's March Souvenir de Jenny Lind Bounding Billows with Variations Cumberland Guards Quick Step Cottage Waltz Alexandria Waltz Old Rough and Ready Quick Step Away with Melancholy Weston Gallopade Swiss Air Favorite Evergreen Polka Bohemian Melody Woodland Waltzes Miss Lucy Neale

G. Willig G. Willig Lee & Walker G. Willig G. Willig G. Willig G. Willig G. Willig G. Willig Lee & Walker G. Willig Lee & Walker G. Willig G. Willig Lee & Walker

---1847 1848 1827 ---------1846 ---1848 ---------1848 ----

Lavenu & Mitchell 1808?

J. Monro

Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord Six Sonatas for the Piano Forte with an Accompaniment for a Violin, op. III Garth's Favorite Sonata from Op. 2d Sonata Peggy Bawn and Pretty Pegg Slow Movement and the Favorite Scots Air of "Saw ye Johnny Coming quo She" Favorite Dance in the Honey Moon

Mr. Stewart G. Schetky

Favorite Medley Rondo, A Welcome to Scotland

Valentino Niccolai [John] Garth S. Bachman T. H. Butler T. H. Butler

Wm. Whyte

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Wm. Whyte ---T. H. Butler Goulding & Co.

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Goulding Phipps D'Almained J. Hamilton Gow & Shepherd

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Oh years have flown since first we met Come to this heart so lonely Charles Mackay Some love to roam, oe'r the dark sea foam Unknown I have come from a happy land

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Dr. Ross T. H. Butler Mr. Ross of Aberdeen

J. Hamilton Muir, Wood Muir, Wood

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Mich. Kelly

Auld Lang Syne Hearts of Oak Mary, or The Heath this night must be my Bed Mischievous Bee

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Michael Kelly

Wife's Farewell, or No my love no

Unknown Mr. Ross, Organist, Aberdeen Unknown

My Heart with Love is Beating Swallow

Kelly's Opera Saloon Kelly's Opera Saloon N. Corri Muir, Wood

Crazy Jane

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Unknown

Favorite March and the Dance of the Fanfare N. Corri

K. Kambra

Twelve New Waltzes

Preston Wholesale ----

Peter McGibbon Unknown O. P. Niel Gow & Sons

Lady Douglas's Waltz Favorite Dances of 1812 New Grand O. P. Dance Complete Repository of Original Scots Slow Strathspeys and Dances [Note: Signed by Nath(?) [Nathaniel?] Gow]

J. McFadyen Gow & Shepherd Muir, Wood Niel & Shepherd

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Rudolph Nordmann J. M. Muller J. Moscheles (ed.)

Punch Quadrilles with Valse-de-Judy (2nd Set) Quadrille de Contre-Dances Gems of Scotish Melody (2nd Series) Beethoven's Works

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Bellini H. Herz Charles Czerny

Sonnambula, La (Select Airs) Variations Brillantes Fantasia from Norma

T. Boosey Hamilton & Muller Cramer Addison & Beale T. Boosey D'Almaine & Co. Metzler & Co.

Volume 9 Unknown

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Walter Scott Esqr. Hy. Siddons Esqr. M. G. Lewis Esqr. Unknown Dr. Trotter

The heath this night must be my bed Little Cupid one day o'er a Myrtle bough stray'd While I hang on your bosom distracted to lose you My heart with love is beating Welcome hither airy traveller

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Unknown

Why fair Maid in evry feature are such signs of fear express'd

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

I. Moscheles

Characteristic Fantasia

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H. Herz F. Herold Francois Hunten L'Abbe Gelinek Haydn Ignaz Pleyel

First Capriccio for the Piano Forte Overture to Zampa Air Italien (Deux Airs Variees) Air with Variations Opening and Finale of Haydn's Symphony, No. 18 Selection from Pleyel's Concertante

I. Moscheles

Divertissement

Winter

Overture to the Opera, Marie Montalban

Beethoven

Vita Felice

Mozart

How Hardly I Conceal'd My Tears

Handel

Unito a un puro affetto (Teseo (Theseus))

Spofforth

Mark'd You Her Eye of Heavenly Blue?

Giovanni Croce

Cynthia! Thy Song and Chanting

Charles Czerny

101 Preparatory Exercises or Short Passages

Cramer Addison & Beale D'Almaine & Co. Metzler & Co. J. Balls & Son J. McFadyen The Musical Library The Musical Library The Musical Library The Musical Library The Musical Library The Musical Library The Musical Library The Musical Library The Musical Library Metzler & Co.

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Unknown

Beato quei che fido amor

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Mrs. Wharton

How hardly I conceal'd my tears

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Nicolo Haym

Unito a un puro affetto

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Sheridan

Mark'd you her eye of heavenly blue? Cynthia! thy song and chanting

Oh wehere have you been Billy boy, Billy boy Come rest in this bosom, my own stricken dear On old Long Island's sea girt shore

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Volume 10 Charles D'Albert Edward L. White

Brides Polka Billy Boy

F. D. Benteen Oliver Ditson

---1847

Unknown

T. Moore

Come Rest in This Bosom

S. Carusi

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Unknown

Henry Russell

Rockaway or, On Old Long Island's Sea-Girt Geo. P. Reed Shore

1840

Henry John Sharpe

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

W. P. Cunnington Mary J. Alden Joseph Benedict Edward L. White John Willis L. T. Chadwick Henry Russell

Masonic Grand March Commencement Waltz Banjo Polka Oh! Susannah Quick Step Lake Erie Quick Step I'd Offer Thee This Hand of Mine Old Arm Chair

Lee & Walker Parker & Ditson Peters, Webb Oliver Ditson Firth, Pond Firth, Pond Geo. P. Reed

1850 ---1851 1848 1840 1848 1840

Eliza Cook

Unknown

Boatman's Dance

Georg Willig

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Unknown

An Amateur

Midnight Hour

Geo. P. Reed

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Unknown

C. M. Sola Unknown

Georg Willig A. Fiot

---1842

J. R. Planche B. S. Barclay Esqr.

W. C. Peters

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T. W. H. B. B.

Far, Far O'er Hill and Dell Come, Oh! Come with Me the Moon is Beaming Am I Not Fondly Thine Own! [substantially damaged] O Swiftly Glides the Bonny Boat [damaged]

Georg Willig

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Unknown Unknown P. K. Moran Unknown

Bonaparte's Retreat from Moscow Buena Vista March Swiss Waltz Russian March

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Unknown

Campbells are Coming

Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown F. Hunten William Striby

Java March Spanish Patriot's March Old Dan Tucker Yankee Doodle [substantially damaged] unknown [substantially damaged] Gallopade Quadrille Georgetown Cadets' Quick Step [damaged]

W. C. Peters Lee & Walker John F. Nunns Kretschmar & Nunn Kretschmar & Nunn A. Fiot A. Fiot Oliver Ditson Oliver Ditson ---Lee & Walker T. B. Mason

Unknown

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I love it, I love it, and who shall dare De boatman dance and de boatman sing [text missing] …r, the moon shines bright, the dewdrops blaze beneath her ray Far, far o'er hill and dell Come, oh! come with me, the moon is beaming

Johanna Bailey O swiftly glides the bonny boat

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Unknown Unknown Unknown Charles Czerny W. C. Peters M. Burgmuller

Rory O'Moore Quick Step Valse du Bal des Jeunes Pensionnaires Home as a Waltz Linden Waltz Louisville March and Quick Step Frankfort Gallopade, and Gallenberg's Waltz

Lee & Walker Georg Willig Lee & Walker W. C. Peters A. Fiot W. C. Peters

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Lady of Baltimore Pratt/Wozencraft William Ratel Wm. Iucho Musard Joseph Benedict

Titus March River Waltz Santa Anna's March California March Baden Baden Polka Wait for the Wagon

W. C. Peters Oliver Ditson Georg Willig Peters, Webb Balmer & Weber Peters, Webb

------1847 1849 ---1851

Unknown

W. Wallace

G. W. Brainard

1852

Geo. Morris

Von Weber Charles D'Albert Unknown

Jacob Gets the Mitten (Answer to "Wait for the Wagon") Hop Waltz from Euryanthe Coquette Polka Katy Darling

Oliver Ditson Wm. Hall & Son Oliver Ditson

------1851

Unknown

F. J. Webster Unknown Henry Knecht Francis Weiland

Canary Bird Waltz Santa Anna's Retreat from Cerro Gordo Empress Henrietta's or Jovial Waltz Bochsa's Celebrated Grand Russian March

W. C. Peters W. C. Peters Geo. Willig Jr. John F. Nunns

1847 1847 ---1841

F. Burgmuller A. Wallerstein E. Thomas

Cornet a Piston Waltz Jenny Lind's Favorite Polka They Told Me Not to Love Him

John F. Nunns Balmer & Weber Geo. Willig Jr.

------1834

Hunters Chorus from Weber's Celebrated Opera Der Freischutz

John G. Klemm

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Volume 11 G. F. Harris (Weber)

Text Incipit

Will you come my Phillis dearie by the wild mountain free I thank you, Mister Jacob, but I'm not inclin'd to go

Oh, they tell me thou art dead, Katy Darling

W. D. Gallagher They told me not to love him

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

N. B. Challoner

G. Willig

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John Cole John Cole John G. Klemm

---1827 ----

G. Willig G. Willig

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E. Riley

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John G. Klemm Dubois & Stodart John G. Klemm J. A. & W. Geib G. Willig John G. Klemm John G. Klemm G. Willig W. Dubois John Cole John G. Klemm John G. Klemm G. Willig T. Birch

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T. Latour Mr. Braham

A duet for two performers on the pianoforte, arranged from the favorite Venetian Air Sul Margine d'un Rio, or The Voice of Her I Love and The Legacy, a much admired Irish melody Tyrolesian Air, with Variations Kate Kearney Emperor Nicholas' and The Rose: Two Waltzes for the Piano Forte Away with Melancholy Musette de Nina pour la Harpe ou Forte Piano And We're a Noddin: A Scotch Air with Variations Galantina Gaite Fra tante angoscie (La Cenerentola) Caledonian Hunt Auld Lang Syne White Cockade Caroline Waltz Stantz Waltz Petite Surprise! Saxe Cobourg Waltz Air de Ballet Varie Much admired gavotte of Vestris Comin' thro the rye Echo Waltz and Grand March from the Opera of Der Freischutz Pipe de Tabac William Tell The Swiss Patriot

James L. Hewitt G. Willig

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C. M. Sola

Far, Far O'er Hill and Dell

G. Willig

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F. J. Naderman Unknown C. Meineke Mozart Unknown Thos. Valentine Fred. Kuhlau Fred. Kuhlau W. Grosse (Rossini) T. Latour Dr. Ross T. Latour G. Kiallmark P. K. Moran A. M. Adams J. Monro G. Kiallmark T. Latour J. McFedyen Jun. Carl Maria von Weber

Unknown

R. Planche, Esq.

Text Incipit

When William Tell was doom'd to die or hit the mark upon his Infants Head Far, far o'er hill and dell

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

H. Parnell

Home of the Soul

G. Willig

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Unknown

Unknown

Twilight Dews

J. Edgar

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Unknown

O where can the soul find relief from its woes When twilight dews are falling fast

Rossini/B. Carr Henry R. Bishop

Hail to the Happy Day Dashing White Sergeant

T. Carr G. Willig

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Unknown Unknown

Hail to the Happy day If I had a beau For a solider who'd go Do you think Id say no?

J. Barnett

Rose of Lucerne

G. Willig

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Unknown

Himmel

O Thou Whose Love Inspiring Air

J. Cole

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Unknown

C. E. Horn

Cherry Ripe

John G. Klemm

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Unknown

I've come across the sea, I've brav'd evry danger O thou whose love-inspiring air Delights yet gives a thousand woes Cherry ripe, cherry ripe, ripe I cry

Henry R. Bishop

Oh, no I'll Never Mention Him

G. Willig

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Unknown

E. Ives

Bright Shines the Moon

R. H. Johnson

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Unknown

M. P. King

Minute Gun at Sea

John G. Klemm

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Unknown

John Barnett

Yes I Will Leave the Festive Scene

John G. Klemm

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Unknown

John Clarke

Nubian Girl's Song

John Cole

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T. W. H. B. B.

O Swiftly Glides the Bonny Boat

G. Willig

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G. Kiallmark

Araby's Daughter

John G. Klemm

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G. A. Hodson

Arab Steed

John G. Klemm

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Mr. Bayley Henry R. Bishop

I'd Be a Butterfly Home Sweet Home!

John G. Klemm G. Willig

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Thomas Moore Ah Abyssinian tree, We pray we Esq. pray to thee Johanna Bailey O swiftly glides the bonny boat, Just parted from the shore Thomas Moore Farewell farewll to thee, ARABY'S Esq. daughter Unknown Oh give me but my Arab steed, A shield and falchion bright Unknown I'd be a Butterfly born in a bow'r Unknown Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam

Oh! No I'll never mention him, His name is never heard Bright shines the moon on the mountain's brow Let him who sighs in sadness here; Rejoice and know a friend is near Yes! I will leave the festive scene

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

Isle of Beauty Fare Thee Well

G. Willig Jr.

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Thomas H. Bayly, Esq.

Shades of eve'ning close

G. Willig Jr.

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F.D.Benteen Firth & Hall G. Willig G. Willig Jr. E.Riley

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Kreutzer B. Hopf Strauss Strauss Strauss Strauss Charles E. Horn

Quadriles: 1. Ninka, 2. Fatima, 3.Zoloe, 4. Glifour, 5 Brahma. Otis's Quick Step Lexington Rondo Cottage Rondo La Cachucha Selection of Popular Airs for Juvenile Performers: Italian air; Cease Your Funning ; Waters of Elle ; Aure Felice ; O tis Love ; The Rising of the Lark Overture To Lodoiska Hope Waltzes Gabriel Waltz Caroline Waltz Adelaide Waltz Rosa Waltz Near the Lake Where Drooped the Willow

G. Willig Jr. John Cole G. Willig John Cole John Cole G. Willig Hewitt & Jaques

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Geo. P. Morris

Near the lake where drooped the willow, Long time ago!

J. Gildon Unknown Unknown Wilhelm Iucho (Rossini) Sigismond Neukomm Alexr. Lee

None So Pretty Overture to The Caravan March in The Battle O Prague March from La Donna Del Lago Sea Away, Away to the Mountain's Brow

G. Willig G. Willig G. Willig Dubois & Stodart L. Hewitt & c. G. Willig

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Mozart

A Much Admired Waltz with an acompaniment by Mozart Celebrated Waltz Quadriles: 1. Ninka, 2. Fatima, 3.Zoloe, 4. Glifour, 5 Brahma.

G. Willig

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E.Riley G. Willig Jr.

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Volume 12 Charles Shapland Whitmore and T.A. Rawlings S.M (Auber) Unknown Wilhelm Iucho M. Holst F. Hunten Unknown

Mozart S.M (Auber)

Barry Cornwalll The sea, the sea, the open Unknown Away, away to the mountain's brow

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

A Lady of Baltimore Mozart G. A. Hodson

G. Wiling E.Riley G.Willig Jr.

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Unknown

Why hast thou taught this fond bosom to sigh

G.Willig Jr. G.Willig Jr.

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Unknown

Thou, thou, reign'st in this bosom

Firth & Hall

1836

B. Hime Unknown Dr. Ross Mozart G. H. Rodwell

Titus March Waltz Oh! Why Hast Thou Taught Me to Love Thee: Ballad Double Sliding Waltz Am I Not Fondly Thine Own? A favorite German Air Arrange for one two or three Voices Some Love To Roam O'er The Dark Sea Foam I See Them On Their Winding Way London March Auld Lang Syne: with variations Mozart's Favorite Waltz Banks of the Blue Moselle

G. Willig E.Riley G. Willig G. Willig G. Willig

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Charles Mackay, Esqr. Bishop Heber

Some love to roam, oe'r the dark sea foam I see the mon their winding way

E. Thomas

They Told Me Not to Love Him

G. Willig

1834

Joseph Canter

Cosack's March ; Musical Box Waltz No. 2

G. Willig

1836

S. Nelson

Strike the Harp in Praise of God

E.Riley

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Unknown

Celebrated Quick Step as Performed by Captn. Partridge's Cadets Loisville March & Quick Step Oft In The Stilly Night: Scotch Air from Moore's National Melodies Ingle Side: A Popular Scotch Song

G. Willig

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G. Willig Jr. G. Willig

J. Schell Unknown

Henry Russell

Unknown Sir John Stevenson M.D. T. V. Wiesenthal B. Viguerie J. Schell Geo. F. Cole Unknown

Parsian Rondo Bonaparte Retreat from Moscow United States Infantry March Bounapartes March, Crosing The Rhine; The Roue's Favorite, J.G.O.

Text Incipit

Unknown

When the glow worm gilds the elfin flow'r W. D. Gallagher They told me not to love him!

Charles Jeffrerys

Strike! Strike the harp

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Unknown

James L. Hewitt

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Unknown

Oft in the stilly night, Ere slumber's chain has bound me It's rare to see the morning breeze

Dubois & Stodart G. Willig Jr. J. Cole & Son G. Willig

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

Mr. Drake

Pensez à Moi

G.Willig Jr.

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Unknown

When sorrow clouds thy dream of mirth

Signor G. Pons Alexander Ball Esqr.

Much Admired Waltz in Cinderella Tell Him I Love Him Yet: A Ballad

G. Willig G.Willig Jr.

1831 1835

Tell him I love him yet

Miss Browne

Come to the Sunset Tree: Tyrolese Evening G.Willig Jr. Hymn

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the Author of Lillian Mrs. Hemans

Volume 13 Charles Gounod

Sing, Smile, Slumber! (Canti, ridi, dormi)

Beer & Schirmer

1863

Victor Hugo

When thou singest while nestling (Quant tu chantes bercée)

Ferd. Gumbert Ferd. Gumbert

Ye Merry Birds Pretty Birds

Beer & Schirmer 1859 Oliver Ditson & co 1864

W. J. Wetmore

Otto Dresel

Sweet and Low

H. Tolman & co

1864

Tennyson

F. W. N. Crouch

Kathleen Mavourneen

Russel & co.

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Alphonse Baralle

Jules Benedict

By the Sad Sea Waves

F. Pond & co

1850

Sir John Stevenson

Harp that Once Thro' Tara's Halls

G.P.Reed & co

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Unknown

Within a Mile of Edinburg Town

Russel & Tolman

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Tho. Moore, Esq. Unknown

Jules Benedict

John Anderson, My Jo.

Russel & Tolman

1851

Unknown

Jules Benedict Handel

Auld Robin Grey I Know That My Redeemer Liveth

Russel & Tolman 1851 Oliver Ditson & co ----

Unknown Unknown

Handel / P. K. Moran

Angels Ever Bright & Fair

G.P.Reed & Co.

Unknown

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Come, come, come! Come to the sunset tree!

Ye merry birds that sweetly sing In green woods where soft breezes spring Sweet and low, sweet and low, Wind of the western sea Kathleen Mavourneen! The gray dawn is breaking (Kathleen, Ma belle, Ma voix t'appelle!) By the sad sea waves I listen while they moan The harp that once, thro' Tara's halls Twas within a mile of Edinboro' town John Anderson , my Jo, John, when Natrure first began When the sheep are in the fauld I know that my redeemer liveth O worse than death indeed! … Angels ever bright and fair

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

Mendelssohn

But the Lord is Mindful of His Own

Russel & co.

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Unknown

Handel

What Though I Trace

Parker & Ditson

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Unknown

Unknown

O Rest in the Lord

Oliver Ditson & co 1854

Unknown

And he journey'd with his companions … But the Lord is mindful of his own What though I trace each herb and flower O rest in the lord

R. Topliff

Ruth and Naomi

Henry Tolman & C ----

Ruth 1:11-19

J. Hullah

Three Fishers Went Sailing

S.T. Gordon

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Geo. J. Webb

Tis not the singing o' the Bird

Russel & co.

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L.M. Gottschalk

Slumber on, Baby Dear

Wm. Hall & Son

1863

Joseph Ascher

Alice Where Art Thou

Oliver Ditson & co ----

Rev. C. Kingsley Chas. Sibley Gage Esq H. C. Watson (Englsih) / J. Debrin (Italian) W. Guernsey

Otto Dresel E. A. Hall

Come into the Garden, Maud! Last adieu

J. C. D. Parker

Come into the Garden, Maud

The birds sleeping gently, Sweet Lyra gleameth bright Russel & Tolman 1850? Unknown Come into the garden, Maud! Russel & co. 1868 Jennie J. Gould He sotle from its nest in my golden hair Oliver Ditson & co 1855 Tennyson Come into the garden, Maud

F. Boott

I Am Weary with Rowing

Oliver Ditson & co 1857

W. W. Story

F. Boott

Break, Break, at the Foot of Thy Crags

Oliver Ditson & co 1857

Tennyson

Vincent Wallace

Star of Love

Wm. Hall & Son

1851

J. W. Hobbs

Song of the Captive Greek Girl

A&S Nordheimer

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Morris, George P.Geo. P. Morris Miss Pardoe

G. H. Rodwell

Oh, Charming May

Oliver Ditson & co ----

Unknown

And they lifted up their voice and wept again Three fishers went sailing out into the west Tis not the singing o' the bird Slumber on Baby, dear (Barcollar dondolar)

I am weary with rowing, with rowing Break, break, break on thy cold grey sontes, O sea! The star of love now shines above

Oh, the heart is a free and and a fetterless thing Oh, charming May! Oh, charming May!

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

C. E. Horn

Cherry Ripe

Wm. Hall & Son

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Unknown

Cherry ripe, cherry ripe, ripe I cry

Unknown

Bonnie Charlie

Oliver Ditson & co ----

Unknown

Claribel

Five o'Clock in the Morning

Unknown

Edward L. Walker

No One to Love: Ballad

Chas.W.A.Trumpl ---er Lee & Walker 1862

Unknown

Annie Lawrie

Russel & Tolman

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Edward L. Walker and Lewis Dela Unknown

Oh! Dearly do I love to roam among the fields of Barley The dew lay glitt'ring o'er the grass No one to love, none to caress

L. Arditi

Night in Venice

C.H. Ditson & Co

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J. S. Dwight

Judge Hopkinson?

Hail Columbia

Oliver Ditson & co 1861

Unknown

S. T. Gordon

Oliver Ditson & co 1861

Unknown

Rouget de Lisle

Star Spangled Banner: An American National Hymn Marseilles Hymn

S.T. Gordon

----

Unknown

C. Wilhelm Dr. Haydn

Watch by the Rhine My Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair!

Brewer & Co. G.P.Reed & co

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Herbert Fry Unknown

F. Kucken

Maid of Judah, or, The Jewish Maiden (Das Mädchen von Judah) Way to Paradise (Chemin du Paradis)

Oliver Ditson & co ----

Unknown

Oliver Ditson & co 1858

J. S. Dwight

Jacques Blumenthal Volume 14 Muzio Clementi Ad. Le Carpentier Julius E. Muller

12 Sonatas for the Piano; Sonata op. 33 No. Musical Exchange ---2 Oberon: Fantaisie for piano Mayence; B. ---Schott Falling Leaves: An Autumn Reverie Wm. A Pond &Co

Maxwelton's banks are bonny, where early falls the dew Come, come, O come, come out in the stilly night (Vieni, vieni; la notte è placida) Hail, Columbia! Happy land! Oh, say can you see by the dawn's early light Ye sons of France awake to the glory The rolling thunder's heard afar My mother bids me bind my hair with bands of rosey hue The harp is now silent (Verstummt ist die Harfe) At a hospital gate she stood (A la porte d'un hôpital)

Composer or Arranger

Title

Henri Cramer

Fantaisie brillante : sur des motifs de l'opéra Wm. Hall & Son ---Euryanthe, de Weber La Fringante : mazurka de salon Lee & Walker; Hall ----

J. Ascher Henri Rosellen

Joseph Ascher

Fantaisie sur des Airs irlandais : , op. 110, no. 2 La fée de la Vallée : Valse de Salon pour piano, op. 95 La somnambule : fantaisie brillante : opéra de V. Bellini Danse Andalouse: caprice de concert

Julius E. Muller

Budding leaves : a spring reverie

Henri Cramer

Deux Sonates Faciles : pour le piano, op. 111, no. 1, C dur Souvenir des Alpes : chant des montagnard pour le piano, op. 64 Fleurs Melodiques De La Russie

G. A. Osborne Ad. Le Carpentier

J. Ascher Ferdinand Beyer L. M. Gottschalk E. Ketterer S. Thalberg H. Rosellen G. A. Osborne L. M. Gottschalk E. Ketterer H. Rosellen Muzio Clemendi L. M. Gottschalk

Illusion Perdues : Caprice Pour le piano Crispino è la Comare : fantaisie elégante Fantaisie : pour le piano sur des thèmes l'opèra Norma de Bellini, op. 57, no. 4 Rosée : valse brillante Fantaisie de Salon : sur Galanthée, opéra de Victor Massé, op. 94, pour piano Tournament Galop Dalila : grande valse brill.te, pour piano, op. 48 Il trovatore de Verdi : fantasie pour le piano

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Ed. Bote & G. Bock Mayence; B. Schott Mayence; B. Schott Mayence; B. Schott Wm. A Pond &Co

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Offenbach : J. Andre G. André

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Mayence; B. Schott Wm. Hall & Son S.T Gordon Breitkopf & Härtel

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G.P.Reed&Co Mayence; B. Schott Oliver Ditson&Co Wm. A Pond &Co

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William Hall & Son ----

12 Sonatas for the Piano; Sonata op. 25 No. Musical Exchange ---6 Danza : pour piano, op. 33 Firth.Pond & Co ----

Text Incipit

Composer or Arranger

Title

Ferdinand Beyer

Cinquième Air Varié : de Ch. De Beriot, pour Dubois & Warriner ---le piano, op. 66 Lucrezia Borgia : fantaisie de salon, op. 35 Schuberth ----

W. V. Wallace H. A. Wollenhaupt S. Thalberg

Ferdinand Beyer Th. Dohler W. V. Wallace H. A. Wollenhaupt W. V. Wallace

Th. Dohler

G. A. Osborne H. A. Wollenhaupt Th. Dohler S. Thalberg Volume 15 Nathaniel Gow (arr)

Impromptu Polka:op, 63, pour le piano Fantaisie Pour le Piano : sur des thèmes de l'opera La Cenerentola de G. Rossini, op. 57, no.7 Switzer's Home = Schweizers heimweth, for the piano Fantaisie : pour le piano, sur des motifs favoris de l'Opéra I Puritani Eugenie : grande mazurka guerriere pour le piano Le Dernier Sourire = The Last Smile : scherzo brillante pour le piano Brilliant fantasia : on the favorite melodies "Star of the evening" and "Willie we have missed you" Rondino : pour le piano sur un Théme Favori de l'Opera Un'avventura di Scaramuccia, de Ricci, op. 2 Fantasia : on airs from Gounod's opera Faust, for the piano forte Grande caprice : en forme de valse pour le piano, op. 58 Derniere Pensée Musicale de Bellini : variée pour le piano Le tremolo :A grand Nocturno for the piano forte,op. 35 Vocal Melodies of Scotland

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Firth.Pond & Co 1862 Breitkopf & Härtel ----

Dubois & Warriner ---Oliver Ditson & Co ---William Hall & Son 1856 Wm. A Pond &Co 1863 Firth.Pond & Co

1859

Dubois & Warriner ----

Oliver Ditson & Co ---Oliver Ditson & Co 1861 A. Fiot

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Oliver Ditson

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N. Gow & Son

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Text Incipit

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

T. Latour

Favorite Guitar Dance: with variations for the piano forte, with an accompaniment for the flute Revenue : Divertimento for the piano forte Overture (alla Scozzese) to Guy Mannering: or The Gipsey's Prophesy

N. Gow & Son

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Lee J. Lewis

By the pure light of love

G. Kiallmark Henry R. Bishop

Text Incipit

G. Kiallmark

There's Cauld Kail in Aberdeen: A Favorite Scotch Air

unknown

Regalia of Scotland

W. Slape

Dearest Maid I Adore Thee

N. Gow & Son Goulding D'Almaine Potter Co Goulding D'Almaine Potter Co Walker & Anderson Penson Robertson

unknown

O My Love Is Like The Red Rose

J. Sutherland

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Unknown

O my love is like the red red rose

unknown

J. Sutherland

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Hector McNeill

D. Bruguier

Saw Ye My Wee Thing: a favorite Scotish song When in Death You Recline

D. Galloway

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Eliza C Lea

John Stevenson

When the Rose-Bud of Summer : a Ballad

J. Power & Wm. Power

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Unknown Unknown

Rose Bud By My Early Walk Lofty Ochills Rise

E. J. B. Fitzsimons Burns Neil Gow?

Saw ye my wee thing, saw ye my ain thing When in death you recline and cold is the wine When the rose-bud of summer its beauties bestowing A Rose bud In my early walk Where braving angry winters storm, the lofty Ochills rise

Wm. Marshall

Marshall's Scottish airs, melodies, strathspeys, reels, &c.: for the piano forte

A. Robertson

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Volume 16 John Parry

Cambrian Minstrel Boy: A Ballad

Chapel; Goulding & Co.

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John Parry

Thro' Cambria' sweet vallies

Josh. Stone Mr. Braham G. F. Stansbury

Mary's Dream: Variations Dulce Domum She Smiled & I Could Not but Love

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Unknown Unknown

Deep in a vale a cottage stood Will you my passion reprove

Clementi & Co J. Willis

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

John Whitaker

Oh, Rest Thee Babe, Rest Thee Babe

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Unknown

"Oh! Slumber my darling…"

Mozart J. Emdin

Fare Thee Well Ah! Why Did I Gather This Delicate Flower

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Lord Byron Unknown

"Fare thee well! And if forever…" "Ah! why did I gather this …"

J. Parry

Come Boat Me o'er to Charlie;The Campbells are comin'

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Unknown

Come boat me o'e

J. Parry

Bonnie Lad & Gentle Lassie

1820

Unknown

When the sun affords no light

R Burns

We're a Noddin : a Scotch Ballad

Button, Whitaker & Compy. Polyhymnian Goulding D'Almaine Potter Co London: Goulding D'Almaine Potter Co London: Goulding D'Almaine Potter Co London, G. Walker

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Unknown

O we're a noddin

L. Jansen

Twisted Ye, Twine ye

London, G. Walker ----

Guy Mannering Twisted ye, twine ye

J. Parry

The Bonnie Banks of Tay : a Ballad

Unknown

Twas here! at silent Eve we

unknown

Rob Burns

Ye banks and braes of bonny

J. Mazzinghi

Ye Banks and Braes of Bonny Doon: a favorite Scotch song See From Ocean Rising

London: Goulding ---D'Almaine Potter Co London, G. Walker ----

Unknown

See from ocean rising

H. Bishop

Guy Mannering: Quadrilles, Whites 52d

Mozart

Twelve Favorite Airs from Don Giovanni

London: Goulding ---D'Almaine Potter Co London: Goulding ---D'Almaine Potter Co London, G. Walker ----

Mozart T. Latour unknown (Rossini)

Twenty Four Pieces:selected from the Celebrated opera of Il Don Giovanni Bochsa's Third Grand March Rossini's Celebrated Overture Il Tancredi

unknown

[Piano Method incomplete]

London, Rt. Birchall London, Chapel London, Geo Shade

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

Volume 17 F. Southgate Johan Von Weber

Bubble Polka Henry McCaffrey Magic sounds from the opera: Bohemian girl W. C. Peters

1860 1857

Charles Czerny Charles Kinkel Septimus Winner Johan Goote Charles Kinkel Charles Kinkel August Pacher Charles Czerny Hans Krummacher James Bellak

Twelve popular airs: Bohemian air Florie's waltz: Florie after the nap Plain and fancy Cotillons: Tip-top set Crown Diamonds Les cadeaux de Nöel: Valse joyeuse Honey moon Schottisch Loves of the angels Twelve popular airs: Swiss air Golden Shower Waltz Steam gallop: The melodius fountain

---1866 1857 1864 1865 1865 1864 ---1864 1862

Francois Abt. O.P. Perry J. Berger S. Wesley Martin

Les progrès du jeune pianiste: Air Tyrolien I would not ask a tear: Ballad Odds and ends: Album leaf polka Heart melodies: Gentle Annie rag

W. C. Peters A. C. Peters W. C. Peters A. C. Peters A. C. Peters A. C. Peters A. C. Peters W. C. Peters Henry McCaffrey J. L Peters/A. C. Peters Balmer & Weber Balmer & Weber W. C. Peters H. M. Higgins

Fred Miller

Wake! Dearest wake! : Serenade

1859

Arnot Prêvot J. Berger Fred E. Manouvrier August Pacher J. Berger G.W.H. Griffin

Meen Fun Waltz Odds and ends: Auld lang syne waltz Imperial Schottisch Vision of paradise Odds and ends: Lucia march I am lonely tonight

Blodgett & Bradford A. C. Peters W. C. Peters W. C. Peters A. C. Peters W. C. Peters Wm. A Pond &Co

1865 1857 1858 1864 1857 1863

Johann Liebenwohl Th. Oesten J.P. Webster

Kiss waltz The lover's call: Sounds of love Paul Vane, or Lorena's reply

A. C. Peters W. C. Peters H. M. Higgins

1866[5] ---1863 H.D.L. Webster The years are creeping slowly by

Fr. Burgmüller

The fairy of the roses: Mazurka

Balmer & Weber

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---1861 1857 1861

Unknown

I would not ask one single tear

L. Augustus Jones Mrs. Susan Willard Jewett

I'm sitting by thy grave tonight

Griffin

Wake, dearest, wake!

I am lonely tonight

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Carlotta Pozzoni

Remembrance of the past: Ballad

Balmer & Weber

1864

J. Berger James Bellak W.C. Peter

Odds and ends: Gipsey waltz The melodius fountain: Burns' quick step I loved thee in vain: Romance from Bellini

W. C. Peters A. C. Peters A. C. Peters

1857 1862 1865

Camille Schubert W.T. Wrighton Charles Gounod / Davent (arr) Henry Work / John Molter (arrs) Robert Heller J. Berger John Haskins

Swiss air and on the mountain high She sang among the flowers Military march from Faust

A. Fiot A. C. Peters Oliver Ditson

Sleep, baby, sleep

Text Incipit

H.D. Hewitt Esq. I feel once more the sunshine

Romanze von Bellini

I loved thee too fondly

------1864

J.P. Douglas

Away, away in emerald dells

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Unknown

Sleep, baby, sleep

Oliver Ditson W. C. Peters A. C. Peters

1859 1857 1865

J.F. Waller

Ah, sweet Kitty Neil

Henri Herz James E. Magruder E. Mack

Drinking song from Lucretia Borgia Odds and ends: Fille du regiment waltz Dance light, for my heart lies under your feet, love Introduction and valse: Zampa Whispering Schollisch Ever my spirit awakens to thee

W. C. Peters Henry McCaffrey A. C. Peters

---1863 1865

Miss Maggie Williams

Waked by the notes of sweet melody

Lefébure Wély Geo. Barker Donizetti

La ronde des archers: Marche I'm leaving thee in sorrow: Ballad O summer night: Serenade (Don Pasquale)

Wm. Hall & Son W. C. Peters Oliver Ditson

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Edward J. Gill

I'm leaving thee in sorrow, Annie Oh! Summer night - so softly bright

F. Hunten Franz Schubert William Vincent Wallace Maurice Strakosch Joseph Haydn / H. Enke (arr) Volume 18 Francis Mueller C. Kinkel

Military rondo: Album du pianist Erl King Wild brier: Valse de salon Tell tale polka: Caprice de salon XII der schönsten Symphonien: Nro. 12 in Ddur

W. C. Peters Oliver Ditson Wm. Hall & Son Balmer & Weber Holle

------1850 1854 ----

Unknown

Wer reitet so spät

Gernal Siegel's Grand March Charming Waltz

A. C. Peters A. C. Peters

1861 ----

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Allen Dodworth

Ocean Wave Quick Step

William Hall & Son ----

L. Louis Wm. Dressler Julius Becht Brinley Richards Julius Becht C. Kinkel Julius Becht Charles Grobe Charles Grobe F. Rudolphson Charles Czerny Charles Kinkel C. Kinkel H. A. Wollenhaupt

Helen's Dream : A Waltz Kathinka Polka Beautiful Spring Polka Young Recruit Japan Rose Polka Love's Response Vacation March Dixie's Land: with brilliant variations "Come Ye Disconsolate": with variations The Dearest Spot on Earth Elfen Waltz Whisperings of Love: Waltz Sentimental Johnny Jump Up sur "Le Brindisi" de l'Opéra Lucrezia Borgia

Oliver Ditson Wm. Hall & Son A. C. Peters A. C. Peters W. C. Peters A. C. Peters A. C. Peters Firth.Pond & Co Lee & Walker W. C. Peters W. C. Peters W. C. Peters A. C. Peters Firth.Pond & Co

1844 1853 1862 ---1859 1864 1862 1860 1857 1860 ---1864 ---1859

Julius Becht Julius Becht George Barker Julius Becht Charles Czerny C. Kinkel Brinley Richards Luigi Arditi W. C. Peters Volume 19 James Willy

Red White and Blue Melody Eleanore Schottisch Natalie Waltz Moss Rose Polka Queen Victoria's Coronation March The Fair Stranger (La Belle Éstrangère) Juanita Il Bacio (The Kiss) Old Rosin the Bow: with variations

A. C. Peters A. C. Peters A. C. Peters W. C. Peters W. C. Peters W. C. Peters A. C. Peters W. A. Pond W. C. Peters

1862 1862 1862 1859 ---1864 ------1852

The Young Widow

Sidney Waller W.M. Rooke

The Calais Shrimp Girl Under the Tree: Song … in the grand opera Amilie

G. S. Tregear & ---Lewis W. Wybrow ---Cramer, Addison & ---Beale

Auber

Young Agnes, beauteous Flower

Chappell

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F. Farmer S. Wilkinson J.T. Haines

Rophino Lacy

Text Incipit

Now all single gents I address myself to From Calais unto Dover I've spread a leaf couch / Under the tree, 'neath the merry green tree Young Agnes, beauteous flower

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

W.H. Havergal

Vesper Hymn

Paine & Hopkins

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Sir John Stevenson

Those Ev'ning bells

S. Nelson

"Fear not but trust in providence": the pilot

Cramer, Addison & ---Beale Leoni Lee ----

F.C. Noble D.B. Ronzi (arr)

Waterloo Waltz The Huntsman's Chorus from Der Freyschutz Maid of Athens Donald: a beautiful Scotch ballad I am a friar of orders grey The bird waltz: from the celebrated Fantasia

Sidney Waller Unknown Unknown L. Zerbini Unknown D.B. Ronzi

W. Wybrow W. Wybrow

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W. Wybrow W. Wybrow W & S Wybrow W & S Wybrow

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W & S Wybrow W & S Wybrow

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Text Incipit

Reginald Heber God that madest earth and heaven Thomas Moore Those ev'ning bells Esq. Thomas Haynes Oh! Pilot! 'tis a fearful night Bayly

Lord Byron Unknown Unknown

Maid of Athens, e'er we part When first you courted me I own I am a friar of orders grey

In the downhill of life Farewell to Lochaber Through the forest we roam Blow, warder blow thy sounding horn Flow thou regal purple stream While the lads in the village

Unknown

The Duke of York's Grand March Weber's Celebrated waltz from the opera of Der Freyschütz In the downhill of life: or to morrow

W. and S. Wybrow ----

James Barnet L. Zerbini Unknown

Farewell to Lochaber The Hunter's Glee from Der Freischütz The red cross Knight: a celebrated glee

W. Wybrow W & S Wybrow W. Wybrow

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Unknown

W & S Wybrow

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W. Wybrow

----

Unknown

W. Wybrow

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M. Foote

Flow thou regal purple stream: A celebrated bass song While the lads in the village: the celebrated song from The Quaker Elegant extracts: The subject Rossini's Zitti zitti The Cypress Wreath

the Immortal Collins Robert Burns Sidney Waller the Immortal Callcott Unknown

W & S Wybrow

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Sir Walter Scott O lady twine no wreath for me

T. Carter

Oh Nanny wilt thou gang with me

Shillern & Co.

----

Unknown

Oh! Nanny wilt thou gang with me

Dr. Callcott (editor)

Dame Durden: comic glee for three voices

W. Wybrow

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Unknown

Dame Durden kept five serving girls

Dibdin James Dale / Rossini

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

M.P. King T. Attwood

The minute gun at sea To sigh when sorrow loads the breast

W. Wybrow T. Welsh

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Let him who sighs in sadness To sigh when sorrow loads the breast

Miss Margaret Casson

The cuckoo

Charles E. Horn

"I've been roaming": a cavatina

Welsh and Hawes ----

Unknown George Cumberland Esq. Miss Margaret Casson Unknown

H. Denman

Peace: or the highland laddie's return to the Blue Bell of Scotland The bloom is on the rye

Diether

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Unknown

Goulding & D'Almaine Goulding & D'Almaine

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Thomas H. Bayly

Shades of ev'ning close not o'er

G. Shade G. Shade Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co. G. Shade

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Unknown Unknown S.F. Arnold

Adieu my native land, Adieu Roy's wife of Alldivaloch O'er "Nelson's" tomb with silent grief

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Unknown

Encompass'd in an angels frame

at the Editor's Musical Library & Instrument Warehouse W. Wybrow Chappell & Co.

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Unknown

The rose will cease to blow

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Unknown Isaac Pecock Esqr.

He cometh, the Lord passeth by Oh! say not woman's heart is bought

Henry R. Bishop

Isle of Beauty, fare thee well

Charles Shapland Whitmore Esq. / T.A. Rawlings Unknown Unknown Mr. Braham

Adieu my native land, Adieu Roy's wife of Alldivaloch Nelson: the celebrated recitative and air

W. Jackson

Encompass'd in an angels frame

Unknown

Mitchell's selection of dances

Unknown T. Latour (arr) Robert Guylott

Jim Crow's Dances The celebrated Jaeger chorus in the Opera of Der Freischütz The rose will cease to blow

Arthur H. Brown John Whitaker

The Tempest: descriptive sacred song Oh! say not woman's heart is bought

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Goulding & D'Almaine Mayhew & Co.

Now the sun is in the west I've been roaming

Lo here 'tis my highland laddie come Edward Fitzball My pretty Jane!

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Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

Miss Fowler

My native shore Adieu

T. Williams

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Lord Byron

J. Relfe

Mary's dream or Sandy's ghost

----

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Unknown

A Friend to the Patriotic Fund Unknown T. Latour Volume 20 F. H. Brown Francis H. Brown

Crippled Jack of Trafalgar

Purday & Button

----

Over the hills and far away Preludes in a progressive style

W. Wybrow Chappell & Co.

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A Friend to the Patriotic Fund Unknown

Adieu! Adieu! My native shore fades The moon had climbed the highest hill With shattered limbs Jack cam from sea Jocky met with Jenny fair

Pride Polka Will You Come to My Mountain Home?

Wm. Hall & Son 1850 Firth, Hall & Pond 1845

L. Heath

The Grave of Bonaparte

Oliver Ditson

1843

Wm. Iucho

Here's a Health to Thee Tom Moore

1849

Lord Byron

Unknown

Oh! Give Me Back My Heart Again

----

Miss Pardoe

Oh! Give me back my heart again

W. C. Peters (arr)

Silken Bands

Peters, Webb & Co. Peters, Webb & Co. W. C. Peters

Will you come to my mountain home? On a lone barren isle where the wild roaring billow My boat is on the shore

1843

Unknown

Tis Said That Absence Conquers Love

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Samuel Carusi

Queen Mary's Escape from Lochleven Castle I Wonder If She Loves Me

Peters, Webb & Co. E. Johns & Co.

F. D. Benteen [sic] 1844

James G. Drake When the silken bands that fetter'd our youth F.W. Thomas Tis said that absence counquers Esq. love Unknown Put off, put off, and row with speen Unknown I wonder if she loves me

James Power / J. P. Ordway Unknown

The Lone Starry Hours [pp 1-4 missing]

E. H. Wade

1849

Marshall S. Pike [initial text missing]

Twas Ten O'Clock

Oliver Ditson

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Unknown

William R. Dempster

The Blind Boy

Oliver Ditson

1842

C.R.W.

When Other Friends Are Round Thee

F. D. Benten

1846

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Alfred Wheeler

Twas ten o'clock one moonlight night Miss Hannah F. Oh! Tell me the form of the soft Gould summer air Genl. Geo. P. When other friends are round thee Morris

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

Charles H. Goff

Sweet Were My Dreams of Thee

W. C. Peters

1847

L. H. Nagel

William Cumming

Had I Never, Never, Known Thee

1849

Unknown

Rest Troubled Heart

----

Mrs. Crawford

Rest, thou trobled heart!

T.V. Wiesenthal

The Ingle Side

Peters, Webb & Co. Peters, Webb & Co. A. Fiot

Sweet were my dreams when far away Had I never, never known thee

----

Unknown

It's rare to see the morning bleeze

F.W. Mrs. Norton

The Heart That Knows No Sorrow Fanny Grey

Lee & Walker W. C. Peters

1851 ----

Unknown Unknown

Henry Russell R.C. Shrival

A Life On The Ocean Wave Oh! Share My Cottage Gentle Maid

Wm. Hall & Son F. D. Benteen

1838 1843

Epes Sargent Unknown

The heart that knows no sorrow Well, well sir! So you're come at last A life on the ocean wave! Oh! Share my cottage gentle maid

George Loder

The Bride

Wm. Hall & Son

1849

H.P. Grattan

She's thine for ever now thine own

I.B. Woodbury

Be Kind to the Loved Ones At Home

A. & J. P. Ordway 1847

Unknown

W. Guernsey T. Baker

I'll Hang My Harp On a Willow Tree Were You Ever in Love

Wm. Hall & Son ----

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Unknown G. Linley

George Holman

Wake Up Jake

W. C. Peters

1848

Unknown

Be kind to thy father for when thou wert young I'll hang my harp on a willow tree Were you ever in love with a heart that return'd Come while folks listen to my song

G.W.H Griffin W.A. Newland

Poor Old Slave Nothing Else to Do

G. P. Reed & Co. G. P. Reed

1851 1839

Unknown Unknown

Unknown

Joys That We've Tasted

F. D. Benteen

1843

Unknown

J.T. Craven G.A. Hodson

Oh! I Should Like to Marry My Home, My Happy Home

G. P. Reed F. W. Ratcliffe

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Unknown Unknown

Penelope Smith P.K. Moran E.P. Christy

A Place in Thy Memory Dearest The Carrier Pigeon Old Folks at Home

Oliver Ditson W. C. Peters Firth, Pond & Co.

------1851

Unknown Percival Unknown

Tis just one year ago today The summer being over my flocks were all shorn Joys that we've tasted may sometimes return Oh! I should like to marry My home, my home, my happy home A place in thy memory, dearest Come hither thou beautiful rover Way down upon de swanee ribber

Composer or Arranger

Title

Publisher

Date Lyricist

Text Incipit

W.C. Peters

Sweet Memories of Thee Will You Love Me Then As Now

1839 ----

Amelia Unknown

When soft stars are peeping You have told me that you love me

John C. Baker

The Burman Lover

Wm. Hall & Sons Peters, Webb & Co. Oliver Ditson

1845

Unknown

W.G. Heffernan

Oh! No, I am Not Blind

F. W. Ratcliffe

1851

S.W. Stone

I Have Something Sweet to Tell You

1851

I have something sweet to tell you

Nelson Kneass S.W. Stone

Ben Bold or Oh! Don't You Remember Ah Is It Sweet To Tell Me

G. W. Brainard & Co. W. C. Peters G. W. Brainard & Co.

Rev. Sidney Dyer F.S. Osgood

Oh! Come with me in my little canoe They tell me that my face is fair

1848 1851

Clara Bruce S. Dyer

Oh! Don't you remember Ah! Is it sweet to tell me