Now showing items 1-10 of 1889
While Gentle Ones are Round Us. Ballad.
(Henry Tolman & Co., 291 Washington St., 1865)
(Geo. Willig, 171 Chesnut Street, 1830)
Alpine Storm. A Summer Idyl. [includes description of tone poem]
(Kunkel Bros., Publishers, 1888)
The Pirate's Serenade.
(Henry Prentiss, No. 33 Court St., Opposite the new Court House, 1838)
Do Not Mingle, One Human Feeling. [includes vocal cadenzas as sung by Mlle. Lind].
(Saml. C. Jollie, 300 Broadway, 1850)
The Girl I Left Behind Me.
(Whittemore, Swan & Stephens, 179 Jefferson Avenue, 1866)
Weeping, Sad and Lonely, or, "When This Cruel War is Over." Song, with Chorus.
(Sawyer & Thompson, 59 Fulton Av., 1863)
The Boys Are Coming Home, or The Bells are Ringing Sweet and Clear. Song and chorus.
(Wamelink & Barr, 1865)
Winnie Ware. Song and Chorus.
(Dale & Co., No. 185 J Street, 1880)
They Tell Me She's No Longer Fair. A Favorite Ballad.
(Atwill's Music Saloon, 201 Broadway, 1835)