Music from 1800-1860

NOTE: all songs, as appropriate, from my Minstrel Songs, Old and New webpage are also listed here, for their chronological listing convenience.

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Title Words Music
1767
Yankee Doodle anonymous, c1767 anonymous, c1755; arr. by Dr. Shamburg, 1775; arr. by Colin Coe, 1884
1775
The Rich Lady O'er the Sea (aka Revoltionary Tea) [circa 1775-1783] anonymous anonymous
1784
Alknomook (The Death Song of the Cherokee Indians) (aka Cherokee Indian Death Song) anon.; adapted by Anne Hone Hunter anon.; arranged by James Hewitt
1795
When Love Gets You Fast in Her Clutches (from The Children in the Wood) Thomas Morton Dr. Samuel Arnold, 1740-1802
1796
Oh Nanny Wilt Thou Gang With Me (Song) anonymous anonymous
1798
Hail Columbia anonymous anon.; Arr. by T. Comer (1857)
The Linnet anonymous Mr. James Hook, 1746-1827
1799
Auld Lang Syne anonymous D. Ross
Auld Lang Syne (Duet for Piano and Harp) none Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Anthony Corri, 1784-1832]
Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forget [aka Auld Lang Syne] anonymous anonymous
Sonata Pathetique, Op. 13, Mvt 2, "Adagio cantibile" (aka Moonlight Sonata) none Ludwig Van Beethoven, 1770-1827; arr. for Violin Octet by Benjamin Robert Tubb
1800
A Rose Tree [circa 1800] anonymous anonymous
Crazy Jane Mathew Gregory Lewis John Davy, 1763-1824
Emblems of Mem'ry Are These Tears [22 Feb] anonymous anonymous
Highland Mary [circa 1800s] Robert Burns, 1759-1796 anonymous
My Poor Dog Tray [circa 1800] T. Campbell James Hewitt, 1770-1827
Poor Little Gypsy (Song) (from the Comic Opera The Review, or, The Wags of Windsor) [1 Sep] George Coleman Dr. Samuel Arnold, 1740-1802
Pretty Maids All in a Row (Nursery Song) [circa 180?] anonymous Mr. James Hook, 1746-1827
The Blue Bell of Scotland (Scotch Ballad) [1 Dec] anonymous anonymous
The Federal Constitution & Liberty for Ever (Patriotic Song) [circa 1800] Mr. Milns Mr. James Hewitt, 1768-1827
1801
The People's March; and, Election--The People's Right [March] John J. Hawkins John J. Hawkins
1802
A New Ode [4 Jul] Amyntas Amyntas
Sonata quasi una Fantasia, Op. 27, No. 2, Mvt. 1 none Ludwig Van Beethoven, 1770-1827; arranged for Violin Octet by Benjamin Robert Tubb
1803
Life Let Us Cherish [circa 1799-1803] Mr. Derick (Johann Chrysostom) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1756-1791
The Orphan's Prayer (A Pathetic New Song) anon. Miss Abrams
1804
I Leave My Heart With Thee [circa 1804-1806] anonymous Mr. James Hook, 1746-1827
Little Bess the Ballad Singer Dr. Samuel Arnold, 1740-1802 Dr. Samuel Arnold, 1740-1802
The Rapids (A Canadian Boat Song) Thomas Moore, 1799-1852 Tune: Dans Mon Chemin
The Sisters anon. James Hook, 1746-1827
1805
All's Well (from The English Fleet in 1342) Thomas John Didbin John Braham
1806
Here in Their Father's House of Pray'r (Hymn) [circa 1806-1808] A Gentleman of the City [New York] J. Willson
1807
Sweet Is the Vale [circa 1807-8] anon. Duchess of Devonshire; Arranged by G. Woodham
The Meeting of the Waters (Irish Melody) Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Thomas Moore, 1779-1852
1808
A Son of the Desert Am I John P. Wilson Walter A. Phillips
Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms [Tune: My Lodging Is on the Cold Ground] Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Arranged by Sir John Stevenson
Jesse the Flow'r O' Dumblane Robert Tannahill Reginald Archibald Smith
1809
Oh! Why Should the Girl of My Soul Be in Tears Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Thomas Moore, 1779-1852
1810
Albumblatt ("Fur Elise" or "Therese") [27 Apr] none Ludwig van Beethoven, 1770-1827
Soldier Rest (No. 2 from Six Ballads from the Poem Lady of the Lake) Sir Wallter Scott Benjamin Carr, Op. VII
1811
Boat Song (from The Lady of the Lake, 1810) Sir Walter Scott, 1771-1832 anonymous
March! March, Etrick & Teviot Dale! (All the Blue Bonnets Are Over the Border) (A National Scotch Song) [circa 1811-1829] anonymous anonymous
1812
Meet Me by Moonlight (Ballad) J. Augustine Wade, Esqr. J. Augustine Wade, Esqr.
Oh Fate in Pity (No. 3 from Four Songs) anonymous Charles Gilfert
The Harp [circa 1812-14] anonymous Charles Gilfert
The Patriotic Diggers [aka The Key of the Cellar, Bob and Joan, Cam Ye O'er Frae France, and Thomas Moore's Fill the Bumper Fair] Samuel Woodsworth, 1885-1842 [1812] anonymous, [Scotch-Irish air, 1740]
1813
The Last Rose of Summer [from Moore's Irish Melodies] Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Thomas Moore, 1779-1852
The Minstrel Boy [from Moore's Irish Melodies] Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Thomas Moore, 1779-1852
Ye Gentlemen of England anon. John Wall Callcott, 1766-1821
Ye Seamen of Columbia (A New Naval Song) William Maxwell, Esq. James Tomlins
1814
A Love's Dream (Noctunre No. 2 from Liebestraum, S.298) (Arranged for Violin Octet) none Franz Liszt, 1811-1886; Arranged by Benjamin Robert Tubb
The Star Spangled Banner [Sep.] Francis Scott Key, 1780-1843 John Stafford Smith, 1750-1836;
Arranged by Thomas Carr, 1814
Arranged by Collin Coe, 1884
1815
Merrily, Merrily Rounds the Bark [circa 1815-1819] Dr. Clarke Dr. Clarke
The Heroe of New Orleans (Battle of the memoriable 8th January 1815) [20 Dec] none Philippe Laroque
The Washing Day (A Ballad for Wet Weather) [circa 1815-1819] anonymous anonymous
Thou Dear Native Land John Steward, Esq. Dr. John Clarke of Cambridge
1816
Washington's Grand March none anonymous
1817
Mary's Tears Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Oliver Shaw, 1779-1849
Robin Adair (Irish Melody) [Theme and 5 Variations for Harp] none Peter K. Moran
1818
Oft in the Stilly Night Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Scotch Air; arr. by Sir John Stevenson
Will You Come to the Bower [circa 1818] Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 Thomas Moore?, 1779-1852
1819
In Glasgow Town My Mither Dwells (A Favorite New Song) [circa 1815-1819] Mr. Upton I. Sanderson
Lo! Here the Gentle Lark William Shakespeare, 1593, from Venus and Adonis Sir Henry Rowley Bishop, for Shakespeare's play The Comedy of Errors
Sicilian Hymn [published in 1819; copyright 26 Oct 1816, from Templi Carmina] anon. anon.
1820
A Down in the Valley [circa 1820s] anonymous J. Sanderson
Absent Friends (Duetto [for Soprano & Alto]) [circa 1820s] anon. Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antoni Corri, 1784-1832]
As Late By Love [circa 1820s] [Domenico?] Corri [Domenico?] Corri
Blue Eye'd Mary (with [6] Variations for the Piano Forte) [circa 1820s] none Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
Bonaparte's Retreat!!! From Moscow [circa 1820s] none Alexander Campbell
Forget Thee! No [circa 1820s] Mrs. Opie Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
Huzza! Here's Columbia For Ever! [circa 1820s] anon. Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
I Have Lov'd Thee, Dearly Lov'd Thee [circa 1820s] Mrs. Robinson Mr. James Hook, 1746-1827
Oh Tell Me How From Love to Fly (Song) [circa 1820s] anon. Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
Soldier Rest, the Fight Is Over [circa 1820s] Lieut. Hall of the U.S. Army Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
The Green Spot That Blooms O'er the Desert of Life J. P. Curran Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
Thou Art Gone Awa' (Scotch Ballad) anon. anon.; Arr. by Benjamin Carr, 1768-1831
1821
Hymn to the Evening Star George Gordon, Lord Byron T. V. Wiesenthal, M. D.
1822
Araby's Daughter (from Lalla Rookh) Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 George Kiallmark, 1781-1835
1823
Hey Down Derry (Drinking Chorus, Song & Glee; from the Opera of the Enterprise [1823]) Col. W. H. Hamilton Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord! (42nd Hymn-- P. M.) [1 Oct] anon. Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
Home, Sweet Home (from Clari, or the Maid of Milan) John Howard Payne, 1791-1852 "Sicilian Air" arranged by Henry Rowley Bishop, 1786-1855
Hurrah! Hurrah! (German National Song)(from the Opera of Swedish Patriotism) [6 Jan] A Lady of Philadelphia anon.; Arranged by Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
O Steal Not the Ray (from the Opera of the Enterprize [1823]) Col. W. H. Hamilton Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
The Apparition of a Dandy (Song) Charles Temple, Esqr. Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
1824
Almack's Quadrilles none Thomas Adams, 1785-1858
And Since You Leave Me" (Irish Melody) (No. 3 from a collection) [6 Dec] Mrs. Alsop Mrs. Alsop; Arr. by Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
Last New Year's Day (No. 6 from a collection) [6 Dec] Mrs. Alsop Mrs. Alsop; Arr. by Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
March to the Battle Field (Scotch Melody) [1 Mar] anon. Arr. by Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri]
Mr. Burns and His Wife [20 May] a Gentleman of Maryland [P. Moore?] a Gentleman of Maryland [P. Moore?]
The Minstrel Knight (with Harp) [12 June] Benjamin Carr?, 1768-1831 Benjamin Carr, 1768-1831
O Swiftly Glides the Bonny Boat (Scotch Air) [3 Dec] Johanna Bailie anonymous; arr. by J. F. Hance
The Poor Hindoo (No. 1 from a Collection) [6 Dec] Mrs. Opie Mrs. Alsop; Arr. by Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Anthony Corri, 1784-1832]
William and Marry (No. 4 from a collection) [6 Dec] Mrs. Alsop Mrs. Alsop; Arr. by Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1884-1832]
1825
I'll Pull a Bunch of Buds and Flowers [30 July] John Cole? anon.; adapted and arranged by John Cole
The Cottage Reel, or Margarette's Favourite (Imitation of a Lyre Viole, or Hurdy Gurdy) [21 Jul] none C. F. Fisher
The Drunken Sailor (Rondo/Divertimento) none Christopher Meineke, 1782-1850
1826
On With the Tartan (Scotch Song) [17 Jan] T. V. Wiesenthal, M. D. T. V. Wiesenthal, M. D.
1827
Farewell, Farewell to the Bright Child of Song Arthur F. Keene Arthur F. Keene
Go It Jerry (A Round for Four Voices) [22 Feb] John Cole John Cole
Polly Hopkins & Tommy Tompkins (Comic Duett) [15 Jan] anon. anon.; arr. John Laddon
1828
Coming Through the Rye (Scotch Ballad) Robert Burns, 1759-1796 (1795) anonymous
I Remember I Remember [29 Sep) Thomas Hood Christopher Meineke, 1782-1850
The King and the Countryman (Comic Song) anonymous anonymous; arr. by Mr. Parnell
The Carrollton March [1 Jul] none Arthor Clifton (a.k.a. Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832)
1829
Jim Crow (A Comic Song) Thomas Dartmouth ("Daddy") Rice Thomas Dartmouth ("Daddy") Rice
My Highland Mary [29 Nov] Lady Norton Christopher Meineke
Our Flag Is There [republished in 1861] Purser Joseph Watson, USN, aboard the U.S.S. Boston Purser Joseph Watson, USN, aboard the U.S.S. Boston
The Coal Black Rose White Snyder anonymous
The Old Bachelor (2nd Edition) [circa 1829] Thomas Haynes Bayley, 1797-1829 Thomas Haynes Bayley, 1797-1829
There's Nothing True But Heaven Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 (from Sacred Melodies) Oliver Shaw, 1779-1849
1830
Fisher's Hornpipe [and] College Hornpipe [aka Sailor's Hornpipe] [circa 1830s] none anonymous
Lady, the Silver Moon Shines Brightly (A Reply to Rise Gentle Moon) [circa 1830s] anonymous John Barnett
Lord! I Believe! [circa 1830s] Thomas Haines Bayley, Esqr., 1797-1839 John Barnett, 1802-1890
Rise Gentle Moon [circa 1830s] J. R. Planche, Esq. John Barnett, 1802-1890
Sing Hey! For The Bottle (That unsurpassed Gem!) [circa 1830s] Edward Lancaster, Esqre. W. Kirby
The Cavalier ("'Twas a Beautiful Night") (circa 1830s) W. H. Bellamy Charles W. Grover
The Heart and Lute (Ballad) Thomas Moore, Esq., 1779-1852 Sir Henry Rowley Bishop, 1786-1855
The Soldier's Tear (from Music and Prejudice) Thomas Haynes Bayley, 1797-1829 George Alexander Lee, 1802-1852
The Tinker, the Dog and the Drummer (A Comic Italian Round in Three Voices) [circa 1830s] anon. anon.
The Wolf Is Out! (circa 1830s) J. Arnold Esq. T. Cooke
1831
Analization, or What Are Mortals Made Of (Comic Song) anonymous anonymous; arr. by E. R. Hansen
Buy a Broom (aka, The Bavarian Girl's Song) (circa 1831) D. O. Meara Anon., from the German Augustin; Arranged by Alexander Lee
Love Not Mrs. Norton Arthur Clifton [aka Philip Antony Corri, 1784-1832]
New York, or Oh! what a Charming City J. G. Airdner, A. M. J. G. Airdner, A. M.
1832
America (aka, My Country 'Tis of Thee) Samuel Francis Smith, 1808-1895 (1831) Henry Carey 1689-1743, from God Save the King (1744);
Arranged by Collin Coe (1884)
Clare de Kitchen (Song) Thomas Dartmouth (Daddy) Rice Thomas Dartmouth (Daddy) Rice
My Pretty Jane (The Bloom Is on the Rye) Edward Fitzball, 1792-1873 Sir Henry Rowley Bishop, 1786-1855
1833
All Things Love Thee So Do I (Ballad) anon. Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849
Am I to Blame (from Songs of Fancy, No. 2) Thomas Haines Bayley, 1797-1839, Esq. James Gaspard Maeder
Ching a Ching Chaw (aka Sambo's Address to His Bred'ren) anonymous anonymous
Oh! the Belles of Baltimore! (A Characteristic Glee) anonymous Charles Zeuner, 1795-1857
The Bee-Gum [Southern Negro melody from South Carolina] anon. anon.
The Lad With His Side Locks Curled (Comic Song) anonymous anonymous; Arranged by J. Long
1834
Billy Barlow [28 May] Billy Barlow Billy Barlow [?]; Arr. by P. F. Fallon
Erin Is My Home James Gaspard Maeder? James Gaspard Maeder
King Andrew (Glee) (Tune: DAME DURDEN) anonymous anonymous
Mother, Oh Sing Me to Rest (circa 1834) Mrs. Felicia Dorethea Hemans, 1794-1835 Mathias Keller, 1813-1875
Mother Oh Sing Me to Rest [circa 1834] Mrs. Felicia Dorethea Hemans, 1794-1835 Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849
O Merry Row the Bonnie Bark (Ballad) [circa 1834] anon. and John Parry, 1776-1851 ancient Northumbrian melody and John Parry, 1776-1851
Ode, for 4th July, 1834 (Air from "Adams and Liberty") [4 Jul] Robert Treat Paine, Jr. (1798) Music from "To Anacreon in Heaven" by John Stafford Smith (1778); Arranged: anonymous
Old Ironsides (A Glee) Miss S. W. Perry E. Ives Junior
Sit by the Summer Sea (Song) Mrs. Hemans C. F. Cole
Thanksgiving Anthem [18 Sep] C. Nolcini C. Nolcini
The Devoted (from Songs of Fancy, No. 1) Sutton Elliot, Esq. James Gaspard Maeder
The Mariner's Adieu [circa 1834] Dr. Henry Dielman, 1811-1882 Dr. Henry Dielman, 1811-1882
The Schoolmaster (Glee for Three Voices) [aka The ABC Song; aka The Alphabet Song; same melody as Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star] anonymous anonymous
Zip Coon
(aka Turkey in the Straw)
either ?
George Washington Dixon,
George Nichols,
or, Bob Farrell
either ?
George Washington Dixon,
George Nichols,
or, Bob Farrell
1835
Are There Tidings? Thomas Haynes Bayley, 1797-1839, Esq. Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849
Clare de Kitchen (Instrumental) none anonymous
Durango's Hornpipe & Money Musk [circa 1835] none anonymous
I'll Be No Submissive Wife (A Ballad) Alexander Lee Alexander Lee
Long, Long Ago Thomas Haynes Bayley, 1797-1839 Thomas Haynes Bayley, 1797-1839
Tell Him I Love Him Yet (Ballad) from the New York Mirror by the Author of Lillian Alexander Ball, Esqr.
The American Flag anonymous W. Nash
The Sailor's Tear (aka The Sailor's Tear and The Soldier's Tear) F. W. N. Bayley Sidney Waller
1836
Come Brothers, Sons of Jove (Glee) anonymous Samuel Wyvill, Esq.; with accomp. by William Clifton
I'd Marry Him Tomorrow (from the Comic Operetta A Loan of a Lover) anonymous Arranged by T. Youres Chubb
Jim Brown (Comic Song) William Clifton William Clifton
John Anderson My Jo John (Ballad) (Scotch Air) Robert Burns anon.; arr. by John Watson
Our Old Tom Cat; or, The Cat's March Out of the Ash Hole (Comic Song or Duett) William Clifton Arranged by Jupiter Zeus Hesser
Rory O'Moore Samuel Lover, 1797-1868 Irish melody; adapted by Samuel Lover, 1797-1868
The Dumb Wife (Comic Song No. 57 from Comic Songs) anonymous anonymous
The Flag of Texas (A National Song) [16 Jul] anonymous Anthony F. Winnemore; arranged for the piano forte by P. M. Wolfsieffer
The Moon (Duet) A Lady of New York Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849
The Minstrel's Harp [circa 1836] Sir Walter Scott John Clarke-Whitfeld, 1770-1836
The New York Quadrilles, Containing
  • Ah Do Not Forget Love
  • Broadway Sights
  • On Yonder Rock Reclining
  • Light May the Boat Row
  • Duke of Reichstadts' Waltz
none anonymous
Those Magic Eyes (No. 1 of the Magic Lute) (A Ballad) anonymous Anthony F. Winnemore; Arr. by J. C. Viereck
Trim the Lamp (Ballad) anonymous [H. G. Sherman ?] anon.; Arranged by James B. Taylor
Will You Come to the Bow'r (with Eight Variations for the Piano Forte) Thomas Moore, 1779-1852 J. Eckhard Jr.
1837
Go Tell Him From This Hour We Part Lieut. G. W. Patten, U.S.A. Alexander Ball
Gumbo Chaff [circa 1837-39] anonymous anonymous
Here's a Health to All Good Lasses [Glee for 3 Voices] (from The Orphean Lyre, No. 7, 2nd Series) anonymous a Professor
Kathleen Mavourneen Mrs. Marion Crawford Frederick Nicholls Crouch, 1808-1896
Oh! Come With Me ("There's a Lone Lovely Isle") (Ballad) William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871 William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871
1838
Annie Laurie anon. Anon. Scotch air; arranged by Finley Dun, 1795-1853
Old Rosin the Beau (Comic Song) anonymous anon.; arranged by J. C. Beckell
Sweet Oh Sweet Are the Joys (Cavantina) (from the Opera of La Bayadere) William Clifton William Clifton
The Oak ("In Youth It Shelter'd Me") George Pope Morris, Esq., 1802-1864 Mr. P. Manro
The Only Daughter (Ballad) anonymous E. Ives, Jr.
The Silver Moon J. Chadwick J. Chadwick
1839
Fix (aka I Should Have Studied Both Johnson & Walker) (Comic Song) A. McMacken Esq. Signor De Begnis
Fanny Gray (A Ballad of Real Life) Mrs. Norton Mrs. Norton
Flirtation (Answer to Fanny Grey) "The Author" "The Author"
Here She Goes (Comic Song) Eminent Professors Eminent Professors
Nothing Else to Do (Comic Song) from an old American Ballad Arranged by W. A. Newland
One Day While Workin' at My Plough (Comic Duett) [15 May] compiled from an Old English Ballad Arranged by W. A. Newland
Patrick Cazey (Comic Duetto) Mr. Shaw Arranged by T. Carr
She Wore a Wreath of Roses Thomas Haynes Bayley, 1797-1839 Joseph Philip Knight, 1812-1887
Sweet Afton Water (Ballad) Robert Burns, 1759-1796 William J. Wetmore, Esq.
Tell Her She Haunts My Yet a Lady of Louisville Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849
The Kisses of the Dead (Song) [18 Sep] anon. W. M. Rooke
The Times anonymous John Smith
1840
A Sequence to the Three Little Pigs (Comic Song) [circa 1840s] Alfred Scott Gatty, 1847-1918 Alfred Scott Gatty, 1847-1918
A Song for New England H. W. Elsworth Esq. Miss Augusta Browne
Does Your Mother Know You're Out? (Comic Song) [circa 1840s] W. H. C. West W. West
Harrington's Favorite Lesson (for the Piano Forte or Harp) (circa 1840s) none G. A. Harrington
I Defy Thee to Forget [circa 1840s] W. Gilmore Simms, Esq. F. Kinlock
I Seen Her at de Window (c1840s) anon. anon.
I Wish He Would Decide Mama (Ballad) [31 Aug] J. Chadwick J. Chadwick
Jenny Get Your Hoe Cake Done Joel Walker Sweeney [?], 1810-1860 Joel Walker Sweeney [?], 1810-1860
Jim Along Josey Edward Harper Edward Harper?
Jonny Boker, or, De Broken Yoke in de Coaling Ground (Banjo Song) anon. anon.
Little Katy; or, Hot Corn [ca.1840s] James Simmonds A. Sedgwich
Maid of Athens [circa 1840s] George Gordon, Lord Byron, 1788-1824 William Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon., 1774-1858
May-Day in England (Caledonian Air) (Song or Glee) [29 Apr] anon. Arranged by J. Chadwick
Merry Old Christmas (A Popular Song) [2 Jul] anon. Austin Phillips
My Bonnie Mary (Ballad) Robert Burns I. T. Stoddard
Ocular Demonstration [ca.1840s] Samuel Lover, 1797-1868 Samuel Lover, 1797-1868
Ole Virginy Break Down Joel Walker Sweeny?, 1810-1860 Joel Walker Sweeny?, 1810-1860
Ole Tare River anonymous anonymous
Robin's Return (Companion to The Ship-boy's Letter J. J. Lonsdale Virginia Gabriel
Settin' On A Rail; or, Raccoon Hunt [circa 1840s] anon. anon.
Stars of the Summer Night (Serenade) [circa 1840s] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 C. H. Compton
Stars of the Summer Night (Serenade) [circa 1840s] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 Berthold Tours, 1838-1987
Tell Me Josey Whar You Bin anon. anon.
The American Flag (A New National Lyric) [circa 1840s] Revd. J. B. Dickson of Scotland L. S. D. Rees of Philadelphia
The American Exile [8 Sep] Joseph M. Simons Esqr. Gustave Blessner
The Banner of the Free (An Ode for July 4th 1840) [29 Jun] A Young Lady of Albany U. C. Hill
The Cat's Grand Concert, or Grimalkin's First Appearance (Comic Song & Trio/Chorus) William Clifton William Clifton
The Cracovienne (from the Grand Ballet The Gypsie) [circa 1840s] none Nicholas Charles Boscha, 1789-1856
The Fairy Boy [ca.1840s] Samuel Lover, 1797-1868 Samuel Lover, 1797-1868
The Girl I Left Behind Me [ca. 1840s] anon. anon.; Arr. Samuel Lover, 1797-1868
The Greenwood Tree [ca. 1840s] Charles Jefferys S. Nelson
The Last Link Is Broken (A Duet) [circa 1840] anonymous William Clifton
The Last Rose of Summer Thomas Moore James Gaspard Maeder
The Minstrel Serenade [4 Mar] J. Chadwick J. Chadwick
The Musical Box [circa 1840] Thomas Moore Esqr., 1779-1852 John Barnett, 1802-1890
The Tee-To-Tal Society (Comic Song) anonymous anonymous; Arranged by George De Luce
The Union Hymn (National Anthem) [9 Jul] Flaccus Meldody by Flaccus; Arranged by Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849
Virginia Reels (A Collection of the Most Admired Reels, Dances, &c. Selected and Arranged for the Piano Forte)
Contains: (1) George Booker; (2) Where Did You Come From; (3) Colonel Crockett; (4) Rose on the Mountain; (5) Billy in the Woods; (6) Juniper Hall; (7) Lady of the Lake; (8) Scott's Favorite; (9) Miss Clark's Hornpipe; (10) Old Dominion Reel; (11) The Fox Hunt; (12) James River Reel [circa 1840s]
none anonymous
Voice Quadrilles [18 May]
Contains: No. 1. Introductory; No. 2. L'Ete; No. 3. If You Consent to Dance With Me; No. 4. Hark the Merry Trumpet; No. 5. Laughing Finale
anon. Arranged by Francis Johnson
We'll Hunt the Buffalo! [circa 1840s] F. M. Arr'd by A. Briff
When the Pigs Begin to Fly! (Tip-Topical Song) [circa 1840s] John F. McArdle John F. McArdle; Arranged by Henry Round
1841
I Would I Were a Fairy (or Bright Thoughts for Dark Hours R. F. Houseman Miss Augusta Browne
I Would Not Live Always (A Sacred Song & Chorus) [1 Sep] William Clifton William Clifton
Lights & Shades [13 Apr] Mrs. Felicia Dorethea Hemans, 1794-1835] Francis Petersilea
My Woodland Bride (Ballad) George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849
New England New England (My Home O'er the Sea) Anna M. Wells I. T. Stoddard
O Would That She Were Here (Ballad) George Pope Morris, Esq. 1802-1864 F. W. Rosier
The Bow & Arrow (A humourous Ballad) anon. anon.
The Carrier Dove, also, The Spirit Bird (Ballad) anon. and Rev. Dr. J. N. Maffit Daniel Johnson
The Coquette (a favorite Song) William Crandin Esqr. F. W. Rosier
The Pirate's Serenade Alexander Ball German Air; Adapted, Arranged & Partly Composed by Alexander Ball
The Sailor Boy's Grave J. Martin, Esqr. (of Clifton) J. Martin, Esqr. (of Clifton)
1842
America My Home (A Song) Joseph W. Turner Joseph W. Turner
Johnny Sands (Comic Ballad) anonymous John Sinclair
Oh Ask Me Not Why My Cheek Is Pale (Ballad) F. W. Rosier F. W. Rosier
Take Your Time Miss Lucy (Comic Ballad) George Loder, 1812-1868 Adapted by George Loder, 1812-1868
The Blind Boy Miss Hannah F. Gould William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871
The Family Meeting Charles Sprague, Esq. Miss Augusta Browne
The Old Arm Chair (Ballad) [25 Oct] Eliza[beth] Cook, 1818-1889 [1838] Samuel Carusi
We Won't Go Home Till Morning [tune aka:
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow;
and The Bear Came Over the Mountain]
William Clifton William Clifton
1843
Alabama Joe R. W. Smith R. W. Smith
Axes to Grind (No. 9 from SONGS OF THE HUTCHINSON FAMILY) anonymous anonymous
Bless Dat Lubly Yaller Gal anon. Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean David T. Shaw David T. Shaw
Cudjos Wild Hunt (Parody of Lutzows Wild Hunt) Anthony F. Winnemore Anthony F. Winnemore
Dandy Jim of Caroline Silas Sexton Steele J. Richard ("Ole Bull") Myers
De Boatman Dance (compare to this version) Daniel Decatur Emmett Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904
De New York Gals (Comic Song) anon. Adapted by Charles Reps
Excelsior! (Duet) (circa 1843) Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 Michael William Balfe, 1808-1870
In De Wild Raccoon Track (Adapted to the Melody There Is No Home Like My Own with Solo & Quartetto) [27 Dec] anon. Adapted by Charles Reps
Jeanie Morrison (Ballad) William Motherwell William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871
King Alcohol (A Comic Temperance Glee) (Tune: King Andrew [1834]) The Hutchinson Family anon.; Adapted by the Hutchinson Family
My Early Home Edwin Scranton Esq. L. Thayer Chadwick
My Mother's Bible George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 John J. Hutchinson, 1821-1908; Harmonized by James B. Taylor
My Old Aunt Sally (No. 6 from Old Dan Emmit's Original Banjo Melodies) anonymous Daniel Decaur Emmett, 1815-1904; Arranged for the Piano Forte by Rice
My Sister, Oh! My Sister J. D. Reid, Esq. L. Thayer Chadwick
O Lub Gals Gib Me, &c Old Dan D. Emmit [Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904] Old Dan D. Emmit [Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904]; Arranged for the Piano Forte by Rice
Old Dan Tucker Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904 Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904
The Answer to the Lament of the Irish Emigrant (A Reply to the "Lament of the Irish Emigrant") [circa 1843] John S. Murphy, Esqr. T. Bissell
The Death of Warren (A National Song) Epes Sargent, Esq., 1812-1880 William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871
The Gypsy Girl's Dream;
or, I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls
(from the Opera The Bohemian Girl)
Alfred Bunn, Esq. Michael William Balfe, 1808-1870
The Lament of the Irish Emigrant (Ballad) The Hon. Mrs. Price Blackwood [Helena Selina Sheridan (Lady Dufferin)] William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871
The "Old Granite State" John Hutchinson, 1821-1908 John Hutchinson, 1821-1908
The Snow Storm Selba Smith, 1792-1868 Lyman Heath, 1804-1870
There Is No Home Like My Own (Tyrolien) [circa <=1847] from The Bijou Madam Malibran
Think Not Though Fate E. Woolf, Esq. E. Woolf, Esq.
1844
Answer to the "Old Arm Chair" [aka "A Reply to the Old Arm-Chair"] [19 Jul] John H. Warland, Esq T. H. Bissell
Buffalo Gals (compare to Lubly Fan Will You Cum Out To Night?) anon. Cool White
Corn Field Green (A Parody on 'A Summers Day') Old Dan Emmit J. Freidheim
De Ole Grey Goose J. P. Carter J. P. Carter; Arr. by J. W. Turner
Get Off the Track! Jesse Hutchinson Jr. Jesse Hutchinson Jr.
Good-Bye or Farewell, Farewell Is a Lovely Sound (Ballad) [17 Jul] J. C. Engelbrecht J. C. Engelbrecht
Hannibal's Oath (Song) [2 Dec] Miss Landon J. B. Clements
Lady Jane Grey [25 Jul] Miss Leslie A Lady of Virginia
Lubly Dine (Sung by the Virginia Serenaders) James Sanford James Sanford
Lucy Long anon. anon.
Lucy Neal James Sanford James Sanford
Lovely Maid (Song or Duett) [13 May] A. R. Hill Philip Trajetta
My Happy Home [Jan] John Blockley John Blockley
Nigger Put Down Dat Jug (Sung by the Virginia Serenader) [Melody by Henry Russell from Woodman Spare That Tree] Cool White Arranged by J. W. Turner
O'er the Mountains (aka Cheerly O'er the Mountains) (from the Popular Southern Refrain of "Goin' Ober the Mountain") George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 Anonymous; Arranged by George Loder
Old Virginia State [aka The Band of Niggers! From "Ole Virginny State"] anonymous anonymous
Ole Pee Dee J. P. Carter J. P. Carter; Arr. by J. W. Turner
Pompy O' Smash (Parody) Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904 Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904
Sing, Sing, Darkies, Sing (c1844) anon. anon.
The Call of Freedom (An American National Hymn) [9 Apr] Mrs. Henry Charles F. Heuberer
The Jolly Raftsman Andrew Evans anon.
The Ole Grey Goose (Popular Banjo Song sung by Aiken) anonymous anonymous
The Raging Canal (A Comic Song) P. Morris P. Morris
The Texian Hunter's Bride {No. 2 from Songs of the South) [7 Dec] W. Gilmore Simms Esq. M. S. Reeves
Walk Along John J. P. Carter J. P. Carter; Arr. by J. W. Turner
Walk, Jaw Bone (written expressly for Cool White) Silas Sexton Steele Silas Sexton Steele
1845
Casabianca (A Descriptive Nautical Ballad) Joseph W. Turner Joseph W. Turner
Dermot Astore (The Reply to Kathleen Mavourneen) Mrs. Marion Crawford Frederick Nicholls Crouch, 1808-1896
I'm Sailin' on de Old Canal L. V. H. Crosby L. V. H. Crosby
Julianna Johnson (No. 5 from Songs of the Congo Melodists) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Little Topsy's Song Eliza Cook, 1819-1889 Asa B. Hutchinson, 1821-1884
Miss Julia Is a Handsome Gall L. V. H. Crosby L. V. H. Crosby
Miss Nancy Paul (As sung by the Harmoneons) M. S. Pike L. V. H. Crosby
Slumber Gentle Lady (Seranade) [26 Aug] anonymous Ebenezer Towner Root, 1822-1896
The Dying Soldier (Song) anon. anon.
The Barber's Shop (Trio) (No. 8 from Songs and Glees from the Baker Family of New Hampshire) anonymous John C. Baker
The Fine Ould Irish Gintleman John Brougham, 1814-1880 John Brougham, 1814-1880
The Indian's Prayer anon. Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
The May Queen (Cantata in Three Parts) [(3 Mar?) 9 Apr] Alfred Lord Tennyson [1, 2, 3], 1809-1892 William Richardson Dempster [1, 2, 3], 1809-1871
The Sailor's Grave (Song for the Guitar) Eliza Cook, 1818-1889 Edward A. Hopkins
Where Can the Soul Find Rest? (No. 13 from Songs & Glees of the Baker Family) anon. John C. Baker
1846
De Banks ob de Ohio Nightingale Serenaders [J. Stimmel, G. Kunkel, C. Little, W. Stimmel, J. S. Boswell] Nightingale Serenaders [J. Stimmel, G. Kunkel, C. Little, W. Stimmel, J. S. Boswell]
De Blue Tail Fly (A Negro Song) C. H. Keith ? C. H. Keith ?
Jim Crack Corn; or, The Blue Tail Fly Daniel Decatur Emmett ? Daniel Decatur Emmett ?
Lady Mine (Ballad) anonymous anonymous
Midnight Rhymes; or, 'Tis Merry When the Stars Are Bright Barry Cornwall Francis H. Brown
O! Lady, Sweetest Lady J. S. Davis L. V. H. Crosby
O Talk Not to Me of Fair Italy's Sky [2 Mar] Amelia Bernard Covert
Oh! Wake Up in de Morning (No. 3 of 12 from Whitlock's Collection of Ethiopian Melodies) W. C. T. anon.
Poetry (Ballad) George Pope Morris Esq., 1802-1864 Mrs. Luther B. Wyman; arranged by Miss Augusta Browne
Ride on Darkies (No. 4 from Harmoneons Carolina Melodies) Marshall S. Pike anon.; arranged by L. V. H. Crosby
See! Our Native Hills Appear (Swiss Chorus) (No. 4 from Duets, Choruses, &c. from the Romantic Opera Luli, or the Switzer's Bride) J. T. S. Sullivan Charles W. Jarvis, 1809-1871
She Sleeps in he Valley (sung by the Harmoneons) J. Simmonds Davis L. V. H. Crosby
Song of the Convict [26 Nov] William Bradley James M. Bradley
Stars of the Summer Night (Serenade) [30 Jan] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 Henry Kleber
The Death of Ringgold (A Quartette) Edward H. Davis Joseph W. Turner
The Field of Monterey (Ballad) M. Dix Sullivan M. Dix Sullivan
The Jenny Lind Polka [2 Dec] none Arranged by Allen Dodworth
The Low Backed Car (A Characteristic Irish Song) [22 Dec] Samuel Lover, 1797-1868 Samuel Lover, 1797-1868
The Old Yankee Lady S. S. Jacobs anon.
The Rose of Alabama Silas Sexton Steele anonymous
The Young Pilot (A Nautical Ballad) John W. Turner John W. Turner
Weep for the Gallant Dead (Monody on the death of the Heroes of Monterey) Augustine Duganne George Loder, 1812-1868
What Can It Be That Makes Me Sad Lionel Jacobs Lionel Jacobs; Arranged by Claudio S. Graffula [aka Grafulla], 1812-1890
1847
A Little More Grape Captain Bragg (A National Song) William J. Lemon William J. Lemon
Away in Mexico From the Scientific American Austin Phillips
Away to de Sugar Cane Field (from Plantation Melodies) Siles Sexton Steele, Esq. anon.; Arr. by Anthony F. Winnemore
Billy Boy (A Curious Legend) [21 May] anon. anon.; Arranged by Edward L. White
Bingen on the Rhine (Song) Hon. Mrs. Norton H. S. Saroni
De Color'd Fancy Ball (No. 14 from Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders Ethiopian Serenaders Ethiopian Serenaders
De Eel Catchers Glee (No. 6 from Plantation Melodies) Silas Sexton Steele Esq. Silas Sexton Steele Esq.; Arranged by Anthony F. Winnemore
De Floating Scow ob Ole Virginia [aka Oh Carry Me Back to Ole Virginia] [20 Sep] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
De History ob de World (from the Popular Extravaganza of Buffalo Gals at the Adelphi) anon. anon.; Arranged by T. Contreso
Gingers Wedding [9 Dec] Thomas Vaughn C. D. Abbott
He Doeth All Things Well, or, My Sister [26 Mar] F. M. E. Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
Farewell Ladies [19 Nov] Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862 Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862
Farewell to Georgia [15 Dec] Silas Sexton Steele, Esq. anonymous; Arranged by Anthony F. Winnemore
First Love, or, 'Tis Twenty Years! Yes Twenty Years! Fanny Jane Crosby F. J. Webster
Jamie's on the Stormy Sea (Ballad) anon. Bernard Covert
Kate of Carolina Silas Sexton Steele, Esq. anon.
Mary Blane F. C. German Charles T. White; Arranged by J. H. Howard
Mary Blane (the original) H. Delma Harmonized by H. Delma
My Pretty Yaller Gal Thomas Vaughn Christy's Minstrels
Oh! Home of My Boyhood, My Own Country Home (Ballad) Isaac F. Shepard, Esq. Thomas Bricher
Old High Rock (Arranged as a Song or Quartette) Jesse Hutchinson Jr. Judson J. Hutchinson
Old Joe [quotes: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star] Ethiopian Serenaders Ethiopian Serenaders
Old King Crow (No. 6 of 6 from Celebrated Negro Melodies as sung by the Virginia Serenaders) [21 Oct] Anthony F. Winnemore Anthony F. Winnemore; Adapted by Thomas Comer
On the Banks of Guadalquiver (from Songs of Madame Anna Bishop [1810-1884]) [from the Opera Linda di Chamounix, with the Ballad Recitative Ah, When I Came] (Original Italian) Gaetano Rossi (1774-1855); (English) Nicholas Charles Boscha, 1789-1856 Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848); Edited by Nicholas Charles Boscha, 1789-1856
Our Country (Patriotic Song) Hon. George Lunt Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
Peaceful Are the Night Winds Sighing L. V. H. Crosby L. V. H. Crosby
Piccayune Butler anon. anon.
Revolutionary Echoes J. G. Evans J. G. Evans
Rosa Lee, or "Don't Be Foolish Joe" anon. anon.
Sing Me to Sleep, My Mother (Ballad) [Oct?/Dec 30] Miss A. E. W. Miss A. E. W.
Slaying the Deer (No. 2 from Songs of America) Samuel Lover, 1797-1868 Samuel Lover, 1797-1868
Snow Drop Ann (No. 5 of 12 from Christy's Melodies) Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862 Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862
Stop Dat Knocking at My Door Anthony F. Winnemore Charles T. White
The American Eagle (A National Air) Orramel Whittlesey Orramel Whittlesey
The Beautiful Flowers of May (Ballad) [circa 1841-1847] Miss Rosa Paine Alexander Lee
The Dying Emigrant's Prayer Henry Plunkett Grattan Esq. George Loder, 1802-1868
The Gum Tree Canoe; or, Tom-Big-Bee River Silas Sexton Steele Anthony F. Winnemore
The Hope Too Bright to Last (Ballad) Charles Warren Charles Warren
The Indian Girl's Lament on the Banks of the Kennebec C. Chauncey Burr Jacob, of the Orphean Family
The Lilly of the Valley anonymous anonymous; Arranged by Edwin Pearce Christy, 1810-1862
The Parting Requiem (from First Set of Songs & Glees of the Baker Family) anon. John C. Baker
The Rainy Day (Song) [11 Oct] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882, Esq. William Richardson Demptster, 1809-1871
The Silver Moon (Song & Chorus) [11 Nov] anonymous anonymous; Arranged by Joseph W. Turner
The Wild Old Woods (A Duett) (No. 1 from Songs of the Harmoneons) [25 Jul] anon. L. V. H. Crosby
Uncle Gabriel (Music of the Ethiopian Singers) anon. anon.
Washington Crossing the Delaware (A New Quartette sung by the Ilseys) Seba Smith Charles Zuener, 1795-1857
Zoemoo Waltz (for One or Two Guitars) [29 Apr] none F. T. Strawinski
1848
Bella Rosa (Song and Chorus) [26 Sep] anonymous Cambell's Minstrels
Belle ob Baltimore (aka Belle of Baltimore) [Song and Chorus] (No. 2 from Melodies of Bancker's Troupe of Sable Brothers) J. G. Evans J. G. Evans
Ben Bolt, or Oh! Don't You Remember (Ballad) Thomas Dunn English, 1819-1902 [2 Sep 1843] Nelson F. Kneass, 1823-1868
Black Jupiter (No. 1 from Melodies of the Celebrated Cambells Minstrels) J. A. Johnson J. A. Johnson
Brack Eyed Susianna (from Songs of the Nightingale Serenaders) anonymous anonymous
Cynthia Sue (No. 13 from Music of the original Christy Minstrels) Edwin Pearce Christy?, 1812-1862 Edwin Pearce Christy?, 1812-1862
Dandy Broadway Swell (No. 2 from Music of the Original Christy's Minstrels) [21 Feb] anonymous anonymous
Dearest Mae Francis Lynch James Power
De Lubly Sukey Dough Nut [22 Sep] William Clifton William Clifton
Dinah Crow (Ethiopian Song) anon. J. H. Burdett
Footsteps of Angels [3 Jun] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871
Julius' Bride (No. 24 from The Gems of the Christy's) [6 Dec] [Edwin Pearce] Christy's Minstrels [Edwin Pearce] Christy's Minstrels
Jumbo Jum (Ballad) anon. anon.; arr. by an "Eminent Professor"
Lets Be Gay (No. 4 from Music of the Great Southern Original Sable Harmonists, the Best Band of Sings in the United States) anonymous anonymous
My Lubly Dinah Mae William Clifton William Clifton
Oh! Carry Me Back Christy's Minstrels(?) Christy's Minstrels(?) [Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862]
Oh! Dearest Joe You Look So Hansum (aka Oh, Dearest Joe, You Look So Hansum (No. 9 from The Christy's, and Other Minstrels, Favorite Melodies) William Clifton William Clifton
O Susan Dear (No. 10 from Cambell's Melodies) anonymous Cambell's Minstrells; Arranged by J. H. Burdett
Oh! What a World This Might Be (Song) [27 Jul] Charles Swain Franz Petersilea
On the Banks of Mystic River (Song) [8 Nov] Joseph W. Turner Joseph W. Turner
Our Home Is On the Mountain's Brow The Alleghanians The Alleghanians
Poor Nelly Ann Cambell's Minstrels? Cambell's Minstrels
Rosa May F. German anon.
Rough and Ready or the Bold Soger Boy H. P. Gratten Anonymous; Arranged by Adolph Schmitz
Speed Away! Speed Away! or, The Freed Bird Quartette [29 Jan] anon. Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
Suke of Tennessee (No. 1 of 3, from Melodies of the Sable Brothers) A. Forrest A. Forrest
Sunny Lake (Ballad) [4 Aug] A Member of the Boston Benedict Club John P. Ordway
Tar River (No. 2 of 8 from Melodies of the Celebrated Cambell Minstrels) [13 Dec] anon. anon.
The Bells [circa 1848] Edgar Allan Poe, 1809-1849 Franz Petersilea
The Child's Dream (Ballad) [9 Feb] anon. Bernard Covert
The Dark Eye Has Left Us (Song of Indian Women) John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892; from the poem The Bridal of Pennacook William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871
The Dark Sett [5 Negro Quadrilles: (1) Mary Blane; (2) Old Joe; (3) Carry Me Back; (4) Stop That Knocking; and (5) Darkeys Polka] none anonymous; Arranged S. D. Dyer
The Old Gum Tree R. O. Wilson R. O. Wilson
Uncle Gabriel the Negro General anon. anon.; Arr. by the Christy Minstrels
Wake Up Jake (No. 5 from SONGS OF THE SABLE HARMONISTS) [30 Dec] George Holman George Holman
Way Down South in Alabama (No. 3 from Music from the Original Christy Minstrels) anon. anon.; Arr. by the Christy Minstrels
We'll Have a Little Dance Tonight Boys (No. 6 from Music of the Original Christy Minstrels) anon. anon.; Arr. by the Christy Minstrels
Young Julius Crow (A Parody on Low Back Car) [4 Dec] the Cambell Minstrels Arranged by the Cambell Minstrels
1849
A Health to the Outward Bound Mrs. Norton Alexander Ball; Arranged for Guitar by A. E. Blackmar
Agatha (or "When the Swallows Homeward Fly") Franz Wilhelm Abt, 1819-1885; English trans. by Charles G. Leland Esq. Franz Wilhelm Abt, 1819-1885
Belle ob Alabama [25 Jan] William Clifton William Clifton
Chloe's to Be My Wife (Song & Chorus) [29 Oct] anonymous anonymous
Choose Me Your Valentine (c. 1849) Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849 Charles Edward Horn, 1786-1849
Come and Dance To Night (An Ethiopian Song) [18 Sep] anonymous J. P. Temple
Come to de Ole Gum Tree (No. 27 of The Gems of the Christy's) [13 Jan] Frank Spencer Frank Spencer
Commence Ye Darkies All! (No. 2 from ETHIOPIAN MELODIES of WHITE'S SERENADERS) W. D. Corrister W. D. Corrister
Coralie (Ethiopian Song) Harry & Lucy Harry & Lucy; Arranged by Frank Howard (pseud. for Delos Gardner Spaulding, 1833-1884)
Darkey's Lament (No. 16 from Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders) [19 Jun] anonymous anonymous
Dearest Belinda, or I'm Tapping at de Winder [30 Nov] S. A. Wells Esqr. Melody by S. A. Wells Esqr.; Arranged by J. P. Ordway
Dine and Joe (The Favorite Negro Song) [28 Dec] anonymous anonymous
Emma Snow (The Celebrated Ethiopian Song) [28 Jun] anonymous anon.; Arranged for the Spanish Guitar by Henry Chadwick
Fire Down Below [5 Dec] S. A. Wells anonymous; Arranged by Frank Howard, (pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884)
Good Bye Sally Dear [aka Goodbye Sally Dear] (from Songs of the Ethiopian Serenaders)] Samuel A. Wells Frank Howard, (pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884)
Happy Bayadere (The Admired French Chansonette JE SUIS LA BAYADERE) (as sung by Madame Anna Bishop in La Stogato) original French words by Ambrose Betourne; English trans. -- anonymous Nicholas Charles Boscha, 1789-1856
I Hear Dar Hoof Upon de Hill (No. 1 from Melodies of Buckley's New Orleans Serenaders) Nelson Kneass, 1823-1868 Nelson Kneas, 1823-1868 or 9
I Long for New England (No. 1 [of 6] from Lays from New England) Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858 Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
I'd Offer Thee This Hand of Mine anonymous L. Thayer Chadwick
Jalapa Girls (aka Jalapa Gals) (No. 2 from SONGS OF THE SABLE HARMONISTS) anonymous anonymous
Jenny Lane [2 Jul] R. Bishop Buckley Esqr., 1810-1867 R. Bishop Buckley Esqr., 1810-1867; Arranged by J. P. Ordway
My Southern Home (Song) [Mar 31] J. W. Watson J. T. S. Sullivan; Arranged by James Bellak
Now Gently O'er the Moon-lit Sea (Quartette for Female Voices) [3 Mar] J. R. Garcia J. R. Garcia
Oh Phoebe (An Ethiopian Ballad) [7 Sep] A Gentleman of Baltimore G. A. Harrington
Oh! Susanna (Introduction/Theme/Variations) none Stephen Collins Foster; Arranged by James Gaspard Maeder
Rosa Ginger (from The Gems of the Christy's) anon. anon.; Arr. by William Clifton
Stars of the Summer Night (Serenade) Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 Lucy A. Sandford
Tambourine Dance and Polka [27 Nov] none Master Ole Bornemann Bull
The Bachelor's Song One of the Squad A Spinster
The Baker's New England Glee (No. 1 from Music of the Baker Family) E. W. B. Canning, Esq. John C. Baker, 1822-?
The Bride H. D. Grattan George Loder
The California Gold Diggers (Song and Chorus) Jesse Hutchinson Jr. Adapted and arranged by Nathan Barker
The Cottage Home (Song) [31 Oct] anonymous Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
The Fairys Festival (Ballad) W. J. Wetmore W. J. Wetmore
The Female Slaves Lament [30 Aug] F. C. Germon Frank Howard [aka Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884]
The Haunted Well (No. 4 from Melodies of the New Orleans Serenaders Operatic Troupe) [27 Oct] anonymous anonymous
The Old Pine Tree (Ethiopian Song) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
The Rocky-Mountian Boys (A rural glee for male voices) [30 Jun] George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 Charles Zeuner
The Virginia Rose Bud (Song and Chorus) anonymous F. H. Kavanaugh
The Watkins Evening Party J. M. Roe, Esq. J. J. Hatton
Thou Art Gone From My Gaze; or, The Spirit of Love Keeps a Watch Over Me George Linley George Linley
We Parted Forever (Quartette) (No. 1 from Songs and Glees of the Gibson Troupe) anon. J. Gibson
Willie's on the Dark Blue Sea (Ballad) [29 Oct] H. S. Thompson H. S. Thompson
1850
A Hundred Thousand Welcomes (Ballad) A Lady J. R. Thompson
A Morning Song anonymous Jules Benedict
A Voice From the Waves (Duett, an answer to the Popular Duett What Are the Wild Waves Saying) Richard Ryan Stephen Ralph Glover, 1812-1870
American Liberty (National and Patriotic Song) [2 Aug] Freeman Scott Mathias Keller, 1813-1875
Awake My Love for Me (Serenade) [30 Oct]>/td> James W. Coffroth Master Ole Bull
Ben Bolt (Song) Thomas Dunn English Esq. R. Sinclair
Bingen on the Rhine, or, A Soldier of the Legion Hon. Mrs. Norton Judson I. Hutchinson, 1817-1859
Black-Eyed Susan [circa 1850s] anonymous anonymous
Blue Eyed Jane anonymous Charles L. Barnes
Brother Speak in Whispers Light; or, the Bride's Departure [17 Sep] Capt. Patten, U.S.A. Bernard Covert
Charlotte Stanley or the Gipsy Girl's Story [circa 1850s] Charles Jeffreys Stephen Ralph Glover, 1812-1870
Dinah Doe [circa 1850s] Silas Sexton Steele, Esq., 1812-? Anthony F. Winnemore
Do Not Go Away My Lady Love (No. 2 from Ethiopian Melodies of White's Serenaders) anonymous Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Emma Dale [19 Feb] Willaim N. Chambers J. P. Temple
Fanny Lee Joseph W. Turner Joseph W. Turner
Gipsy Girl's Carol [16 Feb] Henry H. Paul J. Ehrlich
Goin' Ober de Mountain [ca. 1850s] anonymous anonymous; Arranged by W. West
Ho! Westward Ho! [circa 1850s] Ossian E. Dodge Ossian E. Dodge
Hope and the Rose [30 Dec] A. T. Pecougur Stephen Ralph Glover, 1812-1870; Arranged for Guitar by L. Meignen
I'm Off for Charleston William Donaldson William Donaldson
In Infancy When Gay and Young anon. Wellington Guernsey
Jane Monroe (Ethiopian Melody) [14 May] William Donelson anonymous; Arranged by Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862
Jeanette and Jeanot (Quickstep) none J. C. Beckel
Jenny Bright (from The Songs of the Sable Harmonists, Christys, and Cambells Minstrels) [c1840; 11 Apr 1850] anonymous anonymous; Arranged for the Piano Forte by Frank Spencer
Jenny Lind's Greeting to America [12 Sep] Benedict Jules [?] Benedict Jules
Jolly Dogs Quadrille (aka The Jolly Dogs Quadrille) (circa 1850s) R. Coote R. Coote
Julius Cesar Green (from Music of the Great Southern Original Sable Harmonists: The Best Band of Singers in the United States) [30 Mar] S. S. Wells anonymous; Arranged by Frank Spencer
Juney at the Gate (Ethiopian Ballad) Peter Swift, Esqr. Ole Bull, Jr. 1810-1880, Arr. by W. P. Cunnington
Katy Dean (No. 8 from Melodies of the New Orleans Serenaders Operatic Troupe) Nelson Kneass, 1823-1868 Nelson Kneass, 1823-1868
Katy Dean (Ethiopian Melody) [30 Apr] T. Vaughn anon; Arranged by Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862
La Pasadita (Mexican National Air) anonymous, English words adapted by Nicholas Charles Boscha, 1789-1856 Arranged by Nicholas Charles Boscha, 1789-1856
Little Rose (Ballad) Henry H. Paul Matthias Keller, 1813-1875
Little Rose (Ballad) (No. 2 from Melodies of the New Orleans Serenaders) [27 Sep] Henry H. Paul Master Ole Bull, 1810-1880
Mountaineers Song (Tjerran, I Skog) [Swedish Folk Song] anonymous anonymous
My Grandfather Had Some Very Fine Ducks [ca. 1850s] L. Compton L. Compton
My Love Is of Thee Dreaming (Ballad) [23 Feb] J. Henry Sinclair Ebenezer Towner Root, 1822-1892
My Soul Within Me Panting [Duet] [15 Oct] J. N. C. L. Bartlett
Norah Mc. Shane (Ballad) Elizabeth Cook, 1818-1889 William James Wetmore, M.D.
Oh! Lemuel! With Variations (Opus 157) (Chant Favori) [melody by Stephen Collins Foster, 1824-1864] [12 Apr] none Charles Grobe, 1815-1880+
Old Ironsides at Anchor Lay George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 Bernard Covert
Our Coral Caves (The Sea Nymphs Invitation) anonymous anonymous; Arranged for Harp or Piano Forte by F. F. Finlayson
Orphan's Lament [May 11] Melodia J. E. Opl
Ossian's Serenade Ossian E. Dodge Ossian E. Dodge
Philadelphia Yaller Gals [No. 3 from Melodies of the New Orleans Serenaders] [30 Dec] F. Samuel Sanford Master Ole [Bornemann] Bull, 1810-1880
Poor Linda [No. 1 from Melodies of the New Orleans Serenaders] [9 Aug] F. R. S. Master Ole [Bornemann] Bull, 1810-1880
Serenade on Adrias Sea (Ro Sakta Med Gondolen Har) (from JENNY LIND'S first lessons from the NIGHTINGALE) anonymous Adolf Fredrik Lindblad, 1801-1878
Stand by the Union [30 Dec] W. O. Eaton, Esq. Bernard Covert
Susy Dear (Ethiopian Ballad) C. C. Sedgewick, Esq. Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Take Me Home to Die, or The Last Request (Mrs.) Abby Allin (Curtiss), from Home Ballads, 3 Dec 1850 Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
The American Star (National Song) [15 Oct] John McCreery Esq., 1812 anonymous
The Angel of Patience (Sacred Solo or Quartette) [21 Mar] John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892 H. D. Barrows
The Belle of Winyaw Bay [Song and Chorus] [27 Jun] Howard H. Caldwell, Esq. of Columbia, S.C. Adapted and Arranged by N. W. Gould of Christy's Minstrels
The Birds' Song (I Sing I Know Not Why) (Swedish Song) M. Taubert M. Taubert
The Herdsman's Song (Swedish Song) anonymous Ahlstrom
The Horticultural Wife [30 Oct] a Celebrated English Gardiner The Hutchinson Family
The Leap for Life (Song & Quartett) [18 Oct] George Pope Morris, Esq., 1802-1864 Bernard Covert
The Ocean Burial (Ballad) Edwin H. Chapin George N. Allen
The Old Clock on the Stairs Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1802-1882 Dolores
The Phantom Canoe (Ethiopian Ballad) [25 Mar] anonymous anonymous; Arranged by J. H. Collins
The Song of Home (Ballad)[as sung by Jenny Lind] George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 James Gaspard Maeder
Think Gently of the Erring (Ballad) [30 Apr] anonymous William Batchelder Bradbury, 1816-1868
Uncle Sam's Farm Jesse Hutchinson Jr. anonymous; Arranged and adapted by N. Barker
Washington's Tomb (Ballad) T. P. Coulston Carrol Clifford; Arranged by Cornelius Everest, 1820-1885+
What Are the Wild Waves Saying (Duet from Domby and Son) J. E. Carpenter Stephen Ralph Glover, 1812-1870
1851
Katy Darling J. C. Creenham Melody by Vincenzo Bellini, 1801-1835; Arranged by anonymous
Fi Hi Hi (The Black Shakers Song & Polka) Even Horn Even Horn
Full Many Years Ago (Ballad) [22 Jun] Rev. Sidney Dyer H. S. Saroni
Good Bye Linda Love (Negro Melody) [27 May] anonymous Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
I Would Not Die in Winter (In Reply to I Would Not Die in Spring Time [by Stephen Collins Foster]) William Cunnington anonymouys; adapted by Stephen Ralph Glover, 1812-1870
Memory and Hope (Ballad) (15 Sep] Samuel Lover, 1797-1868 C. O'B. Clayton
Nancy Till (Written for White's Serenaders) anonymous anonymous
Old Time As He Buried the Beautiful Hours (Song Ballad) Mrs. Sarah T. Bolton (of Philadelphia, PA) Professor Downie
Poor Old Slave G. W. H. Griffin G. W. H. Griffin; Arranged by E. M. F.
The Angelic Guardian (No. 3 from Songs of the Blind Brothers J. W Dunbar, H. W. Dunbar, Q. A. Dunbar) H. W. Dunbar H. W. Dunbar
The Cavalier (Song) W. H. Bellamy Charles W. Glover
The Connecticut Pedlar (No. 1 from Songs of the Blind Brothers J. W Dunbar, H. W. Dunbar, Q. A. Dunbar) H. W. Dunbar H. W. Dunbar
The Dying Child's Request (Ballad) anonymous William H. Oakley
The Granite Hills (No. 2 from Songs of the Blind Brothers J. W Dunbar, H. W. Dunbar, Q. A. Dunbar) [3 May] H. W. Dunbar H. W. Dunbar
The Maiden to Her Lost Lover; or, We Meet No More [20 Sep] Mrs. A. L. Ruter Dufour Israel B. Webster, 1826-1900+
The Old Pine Tree anonymous Charles Albert White, 1832-1892; Arranged for Guitar by H. Chadwick
The Sensitive Coon (A Medley of the Backwoods) anonymous Pedro A. Andriu [or Andreu?]
Wait for the Wagon [24 May] anonymous R. Bishop Buckley, 1810-1867; Arranged by George P. Knauff
Will You Come to the Bower (Favorite Air With Variations for Harp or Piano Forte) none Melody [circa 1818] by Thomas Moore, 1779-1852; Composed and Arranged by Mrs. M. E. Heffernan
1852
A Little More Cider anonymous anonymous; Arranged by Austin Hart
Christmass Hymn (aka New Christmas Hymn) Rev. Dr. John McCaffrey Henry Diehlman, Mus. Doc.
De Old Corn Mill [aka The Old Corn Mill] Charles F. Stewart Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Do They Miss Me at Home anonymous Sydney M. Grannis
Don't Be Angry Mother Master Adams Master Adams
Gentle Eva (No. 1 from Uncle Tom's Cabin Songs by Mrs. R. S. Nichols) Mrs. R. S. Nichols William Cumming
I Am Going There, or the Death of Little Eva Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896) John Stowell Adams (18??-1893)
In the Days When We Went Gold-Hunting! anonymous anonymous
Lilly Dale H. S. Thompson H. S. Thompson
Little Eva; Uncle Tom's Guardian Angel (Song) John Greenleaf Whittier. 1807-1892 Manuel Emilio
Little Eva's Vision Sydner Dyer, 1814-1898 anonymous; Arranged by Henri Vasouver
My Own Pretty Rose [6 Jan] Thomas Haynes Bayley, 1797-1839, Esq. Professor De Coniel
Old Jessy (Ethiopian Song) C. C. Sedgwick Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Poor Uncle Tom (Song & Chorus) Henry Wood, Esq. A. Sedgwick
Row, Row Your Boat or the Old Log Hut anonymous R. Sinclair
Spring Time Is Coming [20 May] J. Howard Wainwright George Frederick Bristow, 1825-1898
The Belle of Louisville [c1851; 22 Jun 1852] L. V. H. Crosby L. V. H. Crosby
The California Pioneers [10 Mar] Dr. M. A. Richter Dr. M. A. Richter
The Colored Orphan Boy (aka Color?d Orphan Boy) anon.[?] C. D. Abbott [or C. W. Abbott]
The Dismal Swamp (Quartette) anonymous Bernard Covert; arranged by Prof. T. Wood
The Dying Exile [11 May] Miss Hannah F. Gould Dr. Hook
The Fireman's Death (aka The Firemans Death) Francis S. Smith A. Sedgwick
The Green Mountain Yankee (A Temperance Medley) anonymous anonymous
The Lily Bells (Song) Lydia B. Smith Lydia B. Smith; Arranged for Guitar by William Dreesler
The Returned Californian [27 Mar] James Pierpont James Pierpont; Arranged by John P. Ordway
The Rock Beside the Sea (A Romanza) (Ballad) anonymous Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
The Valentine Polka none H. Craven Griffiths
The Young Folks at Home Frank Spencer Miss Hattie Livingston
"There Is a Happy Land" with Variations [24 Jul] none J. C. Beckel
Uncle Tom's Cabin William Jarvis Wetmore, Esq. William Jarvis Wetmore, Esq.
Uncle Tom's Lament for Eva Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858 Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
Young Folks at Home (Companion to Old Folks at Home [by Stephen Collins Foster] H. Craven Griffths H. Craven Griffths
1853
Aileen Aroon [Ellen Darling] anonymous Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Alice Clair (A Ballad) [8 Dec] J. M. Fletcher L. Heath
Bella Due [22 Jun] J. B. Tapscott I. B. Webster
Beneath the Weeping Willow or The Slaves Lament [6 Sep] anonymous A. Sedgwick
Dreams (A Reverie) [25 Jul] H. C. L. [for guitar] [for piano] [for piano by Faustina Hasse Hodges; Arranged for Guitar by William O. Bateman
Ella Dear [31 Jan] Henry Wood, Esq. anonymous
Ella Ree Charles E. Steuart James W. Porter
Etty Way [4 Mar] C. E. Stewart W. B. Harvey
Eva to Her Papa (Song) George Cunnibell Howard (1820-1887) George Cunnibell Howard (1820-1887)
Good Old Jeff [Song and Chorus] G. W. H. Griffin, Esq., 1829-1879 G. W. H. Griffin, Esq., 1829-1879
Hally My Darling (A Ballad) [19 Nov] Alice Carey James W. Porter
Ida May (companion to Lilly Dale) [28 Jun] Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914 Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914
Is This Death? O Mother Tell Me! (Song of the Dying Girl) (Ballad) [25 Oct] anonymous William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Jordan Is a Hard Road to Trable anonymous Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904
Katy's Cry: Come and Buy My Hot Corn (Song and Chorus) James Such Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
Kitty Clyde [4 Mar] L. V. H. Crosby L. V. H. Crosby
Les Rats Quadrilles (Companion to "Les Rats") none J. Redler
Les Rats Quadrilles none J. Redler
Lulu Is Our Darling Pride (aka Lulu) Rosa Hughes Rosa Hughes; arranged for the piano by Charles Jarvis
My Father and My Mother (Ballad) [28 Jun] Anson G.Chester William Richardson Dempster, 1809-1871
Never More My Clara Dear (Ballad) [2 Aug] Frederick Buckley, 18??-1864 Frederick Buckley, 18??-1864
Oh Take Me Back to Tenessess (No. 1 of 6 from The Melodies of Kunkle's Nightengale Opera Troupe) Charles H. Chandler Charles H. Chandler
Old Times Come Again (or, "Good Old Time" Come Again) anonymous Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Pop Goes the Weasel [14 Mar] anonymous anonymous; Arranged by Charley Twiggs, 1859
Riding on a Rail anon. Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
The Broken Lyre (Ballad) [3 Oct] anonymous William H. Hartwell
The Coquette (Comic Song) [28 May] Miss C. B. James Pierpont
The Darky's Boat Song [aka Darkies Boat Song] Murphy, West & Peel's Original Minstrels Murphy, West & Peel's Original Minstrels
The Dying Words of Little Katy, or Will He Come (Song [and Chorus]) Solon Robinson (published in the New York Tribune, Aug. 1853) Horace Waters; Arranged by Thomas Baker
The First Rose of Summer (Song) [27 Sep] anonymous Frederick Buckley
The Household Clock A. Sedgwick A. Sedgwick
The Kentucky Alligator, or Ceasar's Trip to de Cristal Palace On de back ob Allegater" [27 Aug] William Clifton William Clifton
The Loved of Other Years E. J. Porter Hermann L. Schreiner
The Maniac Mother W. L. Hargrove Italian Melody; Adapted by W. L. Hargrove
The Place I Called My Home (Ballad) anonymous Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
The Other Side of Jordan Edwin P. Christye Daniel Decatur Emmett?, 1815-1904
There's Fortune On Before Us Boys! Charles Sheard George Henry Russell
We Are Happy Now, Dear Mother (Song) [17 Sep] Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858 Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
We Miss Thee at Home (An Answer to the Favorite Ballad Do They Miss Me at Home) Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918 Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Welcome Home (Companion to Do They Miss Me at Home) [25 Oct] J. E. Carpenter Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Will He Come (Little Katy's Dying Bed) (Song & Chorus) W. J. Wetmore, M. D. W. J. Wetmore, M. D.
Yo! Yah! Yo! Strike the Old Banjo (from Christy's Plantation Melodies) Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918 Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
1854
Absent Friends [5 May] George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892 George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Amy Rosy Lee (Negro Song) [26 Jul] H. Dumbleton H. Dumbleton
And Dat's Another Pull Back (Corn Song) anonymous anonymous; Arranged by Frank Williams
Away with the Past (Ballad) [12 Jun] Helen Truesdell George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Be Cheery Boys (Song) William J. Wetmore M.D. William J. Wetmore M.D.
Bell Brandon (Ballad) (Song and Chorus) T. Ellwood Garrett Francis Woolcott; Arranged by T. B. Prendergast of the Cambell Minstrels
Ben Fisher and Wife or the Humble Home T. Wood T. Wood
Better Times Are Coming Friends (Ballad) H. Dumbleton H. Dumbleton
Carry Me Home to Tennessee anonymous Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Christmas Bells [26 May] W. H. Esq. George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Close by the Sparking Sea or Ella Dean [28 Sep] F. W. Barbour F. W. Barbour
Come Take a Sail (A New Ethiopian Melody) H. Avery H. Avery
Dilly Burn George F. Meeser William B. Harvey
Down by the Pebbly Shore (Duet) [29 Dec] James Simmonds Thomas Baker
Down the River, Down the Ohio Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862 Edwin Pearce Christy, 1815-1862
Few Days, or Our Country Now Is Great and Free K. N. anonymous; Arranged by S. G. A.
Few Days, or The United American's George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 anonymous
Fillibustering (A Comic Song) anonymous Van Der Weyde
Gently Down the Stream [13 Dec] Nelson F. Kneass, 1823-1868 Nelson F. Kneass, 1823-1868
Geraldine [28 Jul] James Pierpont James Pierpont
Good News From Home (Ballad) [SOLO & CHORUS] Patrick S. Gilmore Patrick S. Gilmore
Grand Father and Grand Mother Waltzes (Nos. 1 and 2) none William Fisher
Home Delights (Song & Chorus) [16 Oct] John P. Ordway John P. Ordway
Homeward Bound Curtis Guild Esq. Nathan Richardson?
Hop de Dooden Doo (Ethiopian Ballad) M. A. I. M. A. I.
I Cannot Call Her Mother (Ballad) Mrs. Sarah T. Bolton R. Sinclair
I Cannot Sing to Night (Ballad) Mrs. L. L. Deming Mrs. L. L. Deming
I Care Not to Be There (Ballad) anon. S. M. Grannis
I Feel I'm Growing Old Lizzie (Ballad) E. W. Locke E. W. Locke; arr. by Frederick Nicholls Crouch, 1808-1896
I Love the Heights of Brooklyn (National Ballad) William Mitchison William Mitchison
I Touch My Harp, and Dream Again! J. W. Lake Esq. J. L. Hopkins
Is It Any Body's Business (aka Is It Anybody's Business) (Ballad) anonymous H. C. Morse
Johnny Darling (A Brother to Katy Darling Got N' Up) George R. Poulton, 1828-1867 George R. Poulton, 1828-1867
Julia Fay [16 Oct Frederick W. Jones Edward O. Eaton
Keemo Kimo H. Wood H. Wood; Arranged by A. Sedgwick
Leaf by Leaf the Roses Fall (Song) T. B. Bishop T. B. Bishop
Lilly Lee (Song & Quartette) Revd. G. W. Rogers & S. Stanley T. Wood
Lilly White (No. 3 from BUCKLEY's MELODIES) C. Hart Frederick Buckley
Little Gerty and Uncle True (Ballad) Miss M. A. Collier, from The Lamplighter, p. 19 Luther Orlando Emerson
Make Hay While the Sun Shines (Song & Chorus) J. Simmonds A. Sedgewick
Meet Me in Heaven, or The Night Funeral of a Slave Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918 Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Mercy (Hymn) various Louis Moreau Gottschalk, 1829-1869
Money Is a Hard Thing to Borrow George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 anonymous; Arranged by W. Stein
My Father Land or The Dream [3 Oct] (as sung by Jenny Lind, 1820-1887) Frederica Bremer, 1801-1865 Karl Muller
My Lovely Susy Saul (aka My Lovely Susey Saul) (Plantation Melody) anonymous Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
My Old House My Dear Happy Home anonymous Frederick Buckley
Ne'er Fear Boys, Cheer (No. 2 from Songs Composed by & for Geo[rge]. Christy and Wood's Minstrels) anonymous Nelson Kneass
Near the Banks of That Lone River (Ballad Melody) George Pope Morris Esq., 1802-1864 Theod. Lahache, Op. 112
Oh! Bid Me Not Forget (Ballad) anonymous Frederick Buckley
Ole Uncle Samuel (A Negro Song) Alfred Burnett, Esq. E. Thomas
Olive Brown (Ethioian Song) A. Black B. White
One Gentle Word (No. 1 from Sanfords Songs) Stephen Ralph Glover, 1812-1870 Stephen Ralph Glover, 1812-1870
Our Girls (Ballad) C. D. Stuart, Esq. Thomas Baker
Oh! I'se So Wicked G. C. Howard G. C. Howard
Ring the Bell Fanny James Pierpont Esq. (1822-1893) James Pierpont Esq. (1822-1893)
Sad News From Home (Ballad) Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore, 1829-1892 Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore, 1829-1892
St. Clare to Little Eva in Heaven George Cunnibell Howard, 1820-1887 George Cunnibell Howard, 1820-1887
Susan Jane (or Dis Child Is by His Lub Forsaken) Frank Williams Frank Williams
Susy Anna Simson (aka Susianna Simson) (No. 3 from Songs Composed by and for Geo. Christy and Wood's Minstrels) anonymous anonymous
Sweet Woman anonymous Ice L. Emerson
The Chink of Gold (aka Les Pieces d'Lor) George Linley E. Montauery
The Fire-Fly (Song) [22 May] George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892 George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
The Flag of Our Union (A National Song) General George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 William Batchelder Bradbury, 1816-1868
The Ghost of Uncle Tom Miss Martha Hill Miss Martha Hill
The Grave of Uncle True Jefferson Henri Nones, U.S.A. H. S. Coleman
The Harvest Moon [19 Dec] anonymous G. S. P.
The Indian Captive or The Absent Lover D. Loughery A. M. James E. Macruder
The Land of Our Birthplace (Song & Chorus) [22 Aug] anonymous George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
The Mariner Boy Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914 Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914
The Miller's Will Stump Town Stump Town
The Old Mountain Tree (Quartette) James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897 James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897
The Nations (A Melange containing Six Melodies for the Harp) (No. 13 from Gems for the Young Harpist)
  1. My Country Tis of Thee
  2. La Marselloise
  3. Yankee Doodle
  4. Auld Lang Syne
  5. St. Patrick's Day
  6. Hail Columbia
none Nicholas Charles Boscha, 1789-1856
The Old Cottage Clock (Song & Chorus) [6 Apr] Charles Swain I. B. Webster
The Old House (circa 1854) anonymous Luther Orlando Emerson, 1820-1915
The Quadroon Girl to Her Lover George C. Howard, 1815-1887 George C. Howard, 1815-1887
The Right of Nebraska (Song and Chorus) H. S. Newell H. S. Newell
The Scenes of Our Childhood George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892 George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
The Song of Liberty; or, The March of "Concord" (A Favorite National Air [Hail Columbia) B. Cahill B. Cahill
The Star Spangled Flag of the Free Henry Clay Preuss Stewart Macaulay
The Star-Spangled Banner With Brilliant Variations (Opus 490) none Charles Grobe, 1815-1880+
The Strawberry Girl (Song) (from FASHION and FAMINE) George C. Howard George C. Howard
The Three Calls or the Eleventh Hour Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858 Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
Topsy Neber Was Born (Topsy's Song) Elizabeth Cook, 1818-1889 S. Stanley
Uncle Tom's Religion George Cunnibell Howard, 1820-1887 George Cunnibell Howard, 1820-1887
Wake! Dinah, Wake! (Ethiopian Melody) S. C. Howard S. C. Howard; arranged by John P. Ordway
We Were Girls Together (Arranged for One or Two Voices) Mrs. A. L. R. Dufour Solon Nourse
Were I Posses'd of Fairy Pow'r anonymous Alfred F. Toulmin
What Is Home Without a Father? Louis S. D. Rees Louis S. D. Rees
When You And I Were Young (Ballad) anonymous Charles G. Degenhard
Willie Bell! George R. Poulton, 1828-1867 George R. Poulton, 1828-1867
1855
A Dollar or Two (from Favorite Melodies of Cambell's Minstrels) Melville Melville
Adeste Fideles (No. 5 from Sacred Melodies for Harp) [6 Mar] none Arranged by Aptommas
Away for the Country [10 Sep] Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858 Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
By the Banks of the Hudson River (Song) [17 Nov] H. S. Cornwell William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Call to Kansas [1 May] Miss Lucy Larcom E. Norman, Jr.
Cuba Plantation Dance none Charles H. Wilson
Gentle Maiden (Ballad) J. G. F. William J. Lemon
Going Home! (Ballad and Chorus) (Companion to Home Delights) John P. Ordway John P. Ordway
Hand Organ Polka none Arr. by M. Philippi
Harry Lee (Ballad) George J. Anderson George J. Anderson
Have You Seen Sam (Song and Chorus) Frank. Spencer Frank. Spencer
Home Beloved, I Miss Thee Then! (Song and Chorus) [c1854; 23 Jan 1855] H. M. T. John P. Ordway
I Spare That Aged Tree or The Woodman's Reply [24 Sep] Sydney Dyer W. J. Landram
Juanita (A Song of Spain) (Spanish Ballad) Hon. Mrs. Norton Arranged by T. G. May
Little Bennie (Duett and Chorus) George R. Poulton, 1828-1867 George R. Poulton, 1828-1867
Minnie Myrtle (Song & Chorus) [4 Jul] Sydney Dyer William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
My Old Virginia Home J. A Bartley, Esq. Charley T. Frey
Old Bob Ridley Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Say, Brothers (No. 509 from the Plymouth Collection of Hymns and Tunes) [aka Glory, Glory Hallelujah) anonymous anonymous
See How Beneath the Moonbeam's Smile (No. 2 from The Two Nightingales: a Choice Selection of Vocal Duets) [4 Aug] anonymous George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Single Blessedness (A True Picture of a Bachelor's Hall) Thomas More T. Wood
The Birth of Washington (A National Song) Lieut. Henry De Wolf. U.S.A. J. M. Bradford
The Church Porch (Madrigal) [4 Jun] William M. Thackeray Frederick Nicholls Crouch, 1808-1896
The Early Flower [10 Sep] W. H. Potter W. H. Hartwell
The Fairies of the Hill (A Cantata for Female Voices) Godfrey Greylock James L. Ensign
The Fireman's Heart Is Bold and Free (Descriptive Song and Chorus) anonymous Benjamin Jepson
The Musical Trial, or, The Primo Basso and His Pupil (Duett) [15 Mar] anonymous Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
The Old Door Stone (Song) Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858 Isaac Baker Woodbury, 1819-1858
The Orphan (Ballad) C. D. Stewart Thomas Baker
The Orphan's Lament (Song) [29 Mar] anonymous Charles Wesley Jarvis, 1809-1871
The Shanghai (Comic Song [with Chorus]) Clark C. Haskins Clark C. Haskins; Arranged by Professor Hardig
The Sword of Bunker Hill William Ross Wallace Bernard Covert
To the Loved Ones at Home [c1854; 19 Jan 55] H James Pierpont
Twinkling Stars Are Laughing, Love John P. Ordway John P. Ordway
Wanted a Hand to Hold My Own (An Advertisement) [8 Sep] anon. Bernard Covert
We All Wear Cloaks (Song full of fun and good nature) anonymous Sydney M. Grannis; Arranged by George W. Chamberlain
What Is Home Without a Husband (Ballad) H. C. P. H. C. P.
1856
Anna Lee (Song and Chorus) [25 Nov] Dr. H. Wardner Hart Pease Danks, 1847-1903
Cheer, Boys Cheer With Variations [25 Apr] none Melody by Henry Russell, 1812-1900; Music by Charles Grobe, 1815-1880+
"Clear the Way!" or Song of "The Wagon Road" Charles Mackay Esq. Stephen C. Massett
Darling Nelly Gray Benjamin Russell Hanby Benjamin Russell Hanby
Eighty Years Ago (A Patriotic Song) [18 Aug] Charles Sprague J. F. Petri
Far From My Native Land (Song and Chorus) (Converse's Home Song) Chauncy Marvin Cady, 1824-1889 Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Ho! for the Kansas Plains (Song & Chorus) James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897 James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897
Kiss Me Quick and Go (Song) Silas Sexton Steele, Esq. Frederick Buckley, 18??-1864
Listen to the Robin (Song & Chorus) [1 Oct] Silas Sexton Steele, Esq. Frederick Buckley, 18??-1864
Lubly Cynthie anonymous Austin Hart
Mother, Home & Heaven (Song and Chorus) [27 Aug] Frank Drayton Frank Drayton
My Darling Adelaide (Ballad) [May 12] Joseph W. Turner Joseph W. Turner
My Mary Ann (The Yankee Girls Song) Barney Williams M. Jyse
My Old Cane Bottomed Chair William Makepeace Thackeray Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Oh! Give Me Song in the Still Midnight (Midnight Serenade) [11 Sep] Chauncey Marvin Cady, 1824-1889 Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
Oh! The Old Old Clock anonymous J. A. Fowler
Poor Juna anonymous Miss Armstrong; Arranged by James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897
Poverty (Ballad) (No. 11 from Select Drawing Room Songs) anonymous Frederick Nicholls Crouch, 1808-1896
Reuben Wright and Phoebe Brown (A Pathetic Ballad) anonymous H. M. T.
Robert of Lincoln, or, The Song of the "Bob o'Link" William Cullen Bryant, 1794-1878 J. Osgood
Root, Hog, or Die anonymous anonymous
Samuel Johnsing (A Parody) H. S. Cartee H. S. Cartee
Sparking Sunday Night Charles G. Degenhard Sydney M. Grannis
The Arrow and the Song [circa 1856] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 John Blockley
The Banner of the Free John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892 Franz Staab
The Belle's Mistake J. S. Freligh anonymous; Arranged by L. H. Freligh
The College Hornpipe With Variations No. 42 from Melodies of the Day) (Opus 666) (aka The Sailor's Hornpipe)[12 May] none Charles Grobe
The Old Brown Cow (No. 1 from Gems of the Minstrelsy) [2 May] H. S. Cartee H. S. Cartee
The Origin of Yankee Doodle (from National Songs of America) [adapted by] George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 Arranged by Francis H. Brown
The Underground Railcar, or Song of the Fugitive anonymous G. N. Allen
The Wayside Spring (No. 4 from Select Drawing Room Songs; and Life in the West) J. E. Carpenter Frederick Nicholls Crouch, 1808-1896
The Willow Glen (No. 2 from Songs & Ballads for the Home Circle) [24 Mar] Walter Meadows Walter Meadows
Willie's Welcome Home (Answer to Willie We Have Missed You [music by Stephens Collins Foster, 1854]) A. Fleetwood A. Von Smit
1857
A Farmer's Wife I'll Be George Henry Russell George Henry Russell
Adieu My Lovely Georgian Girl [13 Apr] Alfred Gregory P. B. Isaacs
All That Glitters Is Not Gold Frank Drayton Frank Drayton
Ave Maria anonymous Antonio Bagioli, 1795-1871
Bessie's Grave (Prize Song) (Beautiful Ballad) [4 Apr] W. Wallace Winchester James W. Porter
Bird Song Pete Morris Pete Morris
Castles in the Air (A Scotch Song) (from The Southern Musical Boquet of Favorite Songs and Ballads No. 7.)[circa 1857] J. Ballantine Robert Adams
Come into the Garden, Maude Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1809-1892 Michael William Balfe, 1808-1870
Dearest Spot on Earth to Me Is Home [13 Jan] anonymous William Thomas Wrighton, 1816-1880
Eternal Spring (aka Juanita With Brilliant Variations) [11 Jul] none Charles Grobe, 1815-1880+, Opus 845
Hurrah! Hurrah! the Union! (New Republican Song) [28 Dec] Eugene Batchelder George W. Lyon
I'll Do As Much For You (Ballad) anon. H. Avery
Memory's Dream (Ballad) [2 Nov] anonymous Lucius Merrifield
Minnie Clyde (Kitty Clyds's Sister) [4 Jan] L. V. H. Crosby L. V. H. Crosby
My Grandma's Advice M. M.; Arranged by Edward Kanski
My Grandmother's Lesson Artemas Nixon Johnson Artemas Nixon Johnson
Near the Broken Stile (Song) anonymous Frank Romer
Niagara Falls Mr. Winchell Mr. Winchell?
Nothing to Wear [14 Aug] Carrie Bell Carrie Bell
One Night While Wandering (Negro Extravaganza) [16 Sep] G. H. George G. H. George
Our National Flag! anonymous J. M. Deems
Our Union Right or Wrong (A National Song) [9 Aug] Silas Sexton Steele Frederick Buckley
Rosalie the Prairie Flower With Brilliant Variations (No. 5 from SIGNS of LOVE: 6 Beautiful Melodies) [18 Dec] none [Melody by George Frederick Root, 1820-1895]; Charles Grobe, 1815-1880+
Soldier's Joy (from The Graces) (Arranged for 3 Performers on the Piano-Forte) [4 Jun] none T. Bissell
The Angels Told Me So Rev. Sidney Dyer Horace Waters; Arranged by Augustus Cull
The Aristocratic Nigger (Solo and Quartette) Jerry Bryant P. B. Isaacs
The Bird of Washingtin (Song and Chorus) James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897 James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897
The Days When We Were Young (Ballad) [13 Sep] anon. Frederick Buckley
The Heart Should Have Some Tuneful Strings (Ballad) [22 Jan] anonymous William Thomas Wrighton, 1816-1880; Arranged for Spanish Guitar by Charles Crozat Converse, 1832-1918
The Little White Cottage; or, Gentle Nettie Moore [16 Sep] Marshall S. Pike Melody by G. S. P.; Chorus and Piano Accompaniment by James S. Pierpont, 1822-1893
The Old Cabin Home T. Paine T. Paine
The One Horse Open Sleigh (or, Jingle Bells) [16 Sep] James Pierpont, 1822-1893 James Pierpont, 1822-1893
The Three Angel Visitants (Song) Chauncey Marvin Cady, 1824-1889 Chauncey Marvin Cady, 1824-1889
Why Do We Mourn for the Past (Ballad) [13 Apr] C. Hart Frederick Buckley
1858
Annie Lisle (Song and Chorus) [9 Jan] H. S. Thompson H. S. Thompson
Darling Nelly Gray With Brilliant Variations (Opus 954) none Melody by Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1856; Charles Grobe
Down in Alabam'; or, Aint I Glad I Got Out De Wilderness (Ethiopian Refrain) J. Warner J. Warner; Arranged by Walter Meadows
Folks That Put on Airs H. Angelo William H. Coulston
Gentle Mary anonymous Frederick Hessler
God Save Our President (National Song) Francis De Haes Janvier George Feilx Benkert
Good Heart & Willing Hand (Song and Chorus) Charles Mackey, Esq., 1814-1889 Bernard Covert
Hurrah! for the Rail and the River (A Commercial Song) [March] William Downing Evans, 1811-1897 Henry John Groves
Jessie's Dream, or the Relief of Lucknow (A Patriotic Song) Mrs. Weir Thomas Crawford, the Scottish Vocalist
Johnny's Equal Is Not Here (Song and Chorus) anonymous C. H. Fox; Arranged by L. Meyer
Lilly Dale Schottisch none Franklin L. Harris
Marion Lee (No. 1 of 8 from A Collection of Songs, Ballads and Quartetts by H. S. Thompson) Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914 Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914
Our Father Who Art in Heaven H. Clay Preuss F. R. Phohl
The Old Mill Wheel (Song & Chorus) W. Milton Clark, Esq. W. Milton Clark, Esq.
The Old Thatch'd Cot (aka My Old Thatched Cot) [Song and Chorus] Frank Drayton Frank Drayton
The Yellow Rose of Texas J. K. J. K.
1859
A Down Easter's Visit to St. Louis (Comic Song) S. W. Raine S. W. Raine
America Beloved, Revered (National Song) Lewis Della Dr. W. P. Cunnington
Annabel Lee Edgar Allan Poe, 1801-1849 E. F. Falconnet
Beautiful Moon, Thou Queen of Night (Song and Chorus) Charles William Everest, 1814-1877 Charles William Everest, 1814-1877
Darling Little Blue-Eyed Nell (Southern Edition) (Song with Chorus) B. F. Woolf Frederick Buckley
Darling Little Minnie (No. 4 from Six Songs) Charles J. Sprague J. E. Perring
In the Louisiana Lowlands anonymous anonymous
Let Me Kiss Him for His Mother John P. Ordway Luther Orlando Emerson
Litoria anonymous anonymous [Tune=Old MacDonald Had a Farm]
Popping in at Pudding Time (from COMIC SONGS) J. H. Wilton J. H. Tully
Silent Nymph With Silvery Wings (The Naiades' Song in the New Romantic Operatic Burletta LURLINE, or The Revolt of the Naiades) Edward Fitzball, 1792-1873 G. H. Rodwell
The Boy with the Auburn Hair E. F. Dixey ? E. F. Dixey ?
The Captain [aka The Captain With His Whiskers] (No. 1 from Songs of the Florences) W. J. Florence W. J. Florence; arranged by T. Comer
The Drum March of the Guard Appleton Oaksmith George T. Evans
Upidee anonymous Arranged H. G. Spaulding
Viva L'America, Home of the Free (National Song) Harrison Millard Harrison Millard
We Meet Upon the Level (Masonic Ode) Dr. Robert Morris, 1818-1888, August 1854 Chauncey Marvin Cady, 1824-1889
When I Saw Sweet Nellie Home (Ballad) Frances Kyle John Fletcher
With My Banjo on My Knee S. J. Charles Thomas Paine (aka Robert Treat Paine)
1860
Always Look on the Sunny Side (Ballad) Bernard Covert? Bernard Covert; Arranged by A. Cull
Bonnie Bell (Ballad) Thomas Spencer Lloyd Thomas Spencer Lloyd
Close the Ranks Firmly (A Song for the Union) [30 Oct] T. H. W. anon.; arranged by William Dressler
Dixie's Land With Brilliant Variations (Opus 1250) none Charles Grobe
For the Union We'll Die (Opus 340) [2 Dec] W. S. Hurlocke M.D. James W. Porter
Freedom's Battle-Cry W. H. Burleigh C.
God and Our Union (The Anthem of Freedom) Louis Dela, Esqr Leopold Meignen, Doct: of Music
Grand Secession March none Thomas J. Caulfield, Opus 17
Happy Land of Cannan (aka Happy Land of Canaan) William A. Wray?, 18??-1866? William A. Wray, 18??-1866?
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still (Ballad) J. E. Carpenter William Thomas Wrighton, 1816-1880
Honest Old Abe (Song & Chorus) D. Wentworth, Esq. A Wide Awake
I'll Follow Thee (Brilliant Song) [circa 1860s] Joseph Edwards Carpenter, 1813-1885 Henry Farmer, 1819-1891
I Know a Pair of Hazel Eyes Charles L. Sprague, Esq. Georgio Stigelli
I Wish He Would Make Up His Mind anonymous William J. Wetmore, M. D.
Jessie's Dream. a Story of the Relief of Lucknow Grace Cambell John Blockley, 1800-1882
Liberty Chourus [20 Aug] L. Hinsdale Sherwood L. Hinsdale Sherwood
Little Barefoot [Song & Chorus] [circa 1860] Frank Howard (pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884) Frank Howard (pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884)
Little Tillie's Grave Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867 Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867
Pretty Lady, Cross My Hand (Ballad) Henry Grey J. W. Williams
My Trundle Bed John C. Baker, 1822-???? John C. Baker, 1822-????
Old K. Y. KY [No. 2 from Emmett's Inimitable Plantation Songs] Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904 Daniel Decatur Emmett, 1815-1904; Arranged by W. L. Knees
On a Sunny Summer Morning (Ballad) Luella Clark Carl Hause
Only Waiting (Song) anon. George Kunkel
Over the River Mrs. Nancy A. W. Priest Asa Burnham Hutchinson, 1823-1884
Rock Me to Sleep Florence Percy [pseud. for Elizabeth Akers Allen, 1832-1911] Sir Julius Benedict, 1804-1885
Rock Me to Sleep, Mother Florence Percy [pseud. for Elizabeth Akers Allen, 1832-1911] Ernest Leslie
Rock Me to Sleep, Mother Florence Percy [pseud. for Elizabeth Akers Allen, 1832-1911] George R. Poulton, 1828-1867
Secession Grand March (Instrumental No. 37 from Southern Recollections: A Collection of Favorite Southern Melodies [1864]) none J. R. Boulcott
Simon the Cellarer (Ballad) (from the Parlor Opera Diamond Cut Diamond anonymous John Liptrot Hatton
The American Flag (Song and Chorus) Prof. J.W. Lawton John M. Mills
The Day Star of Freedom (Patriotic Song) [9 Jul] William E. Richardson J. W. Turner
The Deeds of Marion's Men (National Quartette) James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897 James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897
The Flag of Our Union (Song [and Chorus]) J. M. Simmons Hugh A. Clark
The Lurline Polka (Arranged upon W. V. Wallace's Opera: Lurline) none Charles D'Albert
The Pig Song (The Fiddler & the Pig) [circa 1860s] Francis Crowley Burnand Francis Crowley Burnand
The Union (A National Song) Francis De Haes Janvier J. M. Deems
To the Boy Defender of Kentucky's Honor Henry T. Stanton Esq. Edward O. Eaton

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