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Music Volume 253

 Item — Volume: 253
Identifier: id240493

Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents Inside cover labeled as "Book I" Handwritten Index of Songs Perhaps Its As Well As It Is, Comic Ballad. The poetry by James Bruton, Esq, The music composed by EWdeward F. Rimbault. London: G. Longmand. The Forest Fairy's Song "Through the Wood". The poetry by W.H. Bellamy, esq. The Music by Charles E. Horn.  LOndon: Cramer, Addison & Beale. The Fairy Vale Bells. Words by G. Darley Esq. The Music by C.E. Horn. London: I.Willis & Co. The Ivy Leaf. Written by Miss F. Byron, Music by Edward J. Loder. London: T. Prowse. Pretty Star of the Morning, Awake Thee, Arise! Alexander Lee. London: T. Prowse. On the Banks of the Rhines Beaming Waters. Music and Poetry by Charles Sloman. London: W.Wtbrow. Go Forget Me, a Ballad. The poetry by the Rev. Charles Wolfe; the music by Joseph Phillip Knight. London: Cramer, Addison & Beale. List to the Convent Bells! John Blockley. London: S. Chappell. Deck Not with Gems. Words by T.H. Bayly Esquire. W. Turnbull. London: Willis & Co. The Light of Other Days. Words by Alfred Bunn Esquire. Music by M.W. Balfe. London: Cramer, Addison& Beale. Lassie Would Ye Love Me. J.W. Holder. London: Cramer, Addison & Beale. I Remember, I rememeber How My Childhood Fleeted By, Words by Winthrop M. Praed Esquire; Music by Mrs. Edward Fitz Gerald. London: J.Balls & Son. Jock of Hazeldean. Written by Sir Walter Scott Bart. Alexander Robertson. Edinburgh: Aleander Robertson. Jenny Jones. Words by Charles Mathews; the music by John Parry. London: Cramer, Addison & Beale. I Love the Village Church. Written by Thomas Haynes Bayly Esq. Composed by Charles Edward Horn. London: Monro & May. Teach Me to Forget. Poetry by T. Haynes Bayly Esq. Music by Henry R. Bishop. London: D'Almaine & Co. She Wore a Wreath off Roses. Poetry by Thomas Haynes Bayly Esq. Music by Joseph Phillip Knight. London: Cramer, Addison & Beale. Oh! The Merry Days When We were Young. Poetry by Miss F. Byron; Music by Edward J. Loder. London: T. Prowse. The Rose of Allandale. Words by Chas. Jeffreys. Music by S. Nelson. London: Leoni Lee. He's a Charming Fellow. London: I Willis & Co. Beautiful Blue Violets. Composed by G. Herbert Rodwell. London: D'Almain & Co. My Heart's in the Highlands. Henry Phillips. London: Mori & Lavenu's. The Young Militaire. Words by Mrs. C.B. Wilson. Composed by J.T. Craven. London: T.E. Purday. The Poor Little Maid. Written by J. Kenney Esq. Music Composed by John Hayward St. Leger Esq. London: T. Welsh at the Rotal Harmonic Institution. Coquetry is Charming. The poetry by IR Planche. Music by Auber. London: Goulding & D'Almaine. The Charming Woman. Words and music by Mrs. Price Blackwood. London: J.Dean. The Dashing White Sargeant. Composed by Henry R. Bishop. London: Goulding & D'Almaine. The Dark Eyed Brunette. Written by Thomas Haynes Bayly Esq. Composed by Charles Edward Horn. London: Monro & May. I Wont be a Nun. Composed by W, Hawes. London: W. Hawes. What Fairy Like Music, A Gondola Song. Author Mrs. Cornwell Baron Wilson; Composer Joseph De Pinna. London: Keith, Prowse and Co. Come to Thy Love. W.A. Wordsworth. London: Monro and May. Sailor Boy. Poetry by Miss C.S. Grahame. Finlay Dunn. Edinburgh: Wood and Co. The Rose of Peace. J. Augustine Wade, Esq. London: S. Chappell. Flow on, Thou Shining  River. Words by Thomas Moore, ESQ. Sir John Stevenson. London: J. Power. I Wont be a Nun Ballad. Composed by Agnes De C_v_e. London: H. Falkner. Sweet Roses, Sweet Posies Cavatina. Charles E. Horn. London: J. Balls & Sons. My Beautiful Rhine. Words by Morris Barnett Esq. Music composed by Herr Helstic; adapted by G.W. Reeves. London: Leoni Lee Music Seller. The Mermaid's Cave. Written by Miss H.F. Gould; Composed by Charles E. Horn. London: Balls & Son. The Wood Pecker. Written by Thomas Moore Esq. Composed by Miss Louisa Jones. London: J. Power. That Song of My Childhood, To Mem'ry Dear. Written by Revd. Wm. Liddiard. Music by Bianchi Taylor. London: T. Prowse. The Rose Will Cease to Blow. Written and Composed by Robt. Guylott. London: D'Almaine & Co. My Eve, or Kate of Aberdeen. Composed by Mr. Battishill. Stamped "Monro & May London" Aileen Aroon, A Favorite Irish Ballad. Pray Goody. London: Halliday & Co.


  • Creation: circa 1800-1970

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From the Collection: 20.00 Linear Feet

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