The Music of
John Rogers Thomas in 1875
John Rogers Thomas
(1829-1896)

John Rogers Thomas was born on March 26, 1829 in Newport, South Wales, and died on April 5, 1896. He also may have used the pseudonyms of Charles Osborne, Arthur Percy and Harry Diamond. His most popular songs were The Cottage by the Sea (1856), Old Friends and Old Times (1856), Bonny Eloise—The Belle of Mohawk Vale (1858), 'Tis But a Little Faded Flower (1860), When the War Is Over, Mary (1864), Beautiful Isle of the Sea (1865), Croquet (1867), Eilleen Allanna (1873), and Rose of Killarney (1876).

Three large works which he composed are (1) The Picnic (1869), a cantata for schools (children's operetta), with words by George Cooper (Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co.); (2) The Lady in the Mask (1870), an operetta, with words by George Cooper, containing two songs (New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co.); and, (3) Diamond Cut Diamond (1876), a parlor opera in one act containing seven songs (New York: J. L. Peters).

SPECIAL THANKS: to Harry L. Clark whose research and microfilm copies of rare sheet music are invaluable aids in making a more definitve song list here; and providing even more rare music to share for everyone's enjoyment. Thanks to the New York Public Library for making over 1900 image files available to him back in 1980 which he only recently (as of April 2005) had converted to 400dpi TIF image files to send me on CDROM!

Title Words Source
NOT DATED
Floy van Cortlandt (Ballad) [circa 1870s] Hazard @LoC; New York: Chas. H. Ditson & Co.
I'm Not Myself at All (Irish Song) (by Samuel Lover, 1797-1868; arr.) [circa 1850s] Samuel Lover, 1797-1868 047/070@Levy
Oh! Take This Token (Ballad) W. Athey @NYPL; London: C. Sheard, No. 4821, Musical Bouquet
Up With the Flag [Song Sheet] [circa 1865?] John Rogers Thomas 193/251@Levy
We'll Be True to Each Other (from Admired English Songs and Ballads) [circa 1870s] Eliza Cook @LoC; London: Musical Bouquet, No. 1955
1853
Come While the Moonlight Beams (Serenade) (Arranged from Jullien's Prima Donna Waltz) John Rogers Thomas @NYPL; New York: Horace Waters, no plate number
Good Bye, or Farewell, Farewell Is Often Heard (Song and Chorus) anon. 1853-531220 & 1853-741820@LoC
Oh! Pity the Heart That Has Suffered (Ballad) A. Wolcott @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4685
Once Upon a Time (Ballad) J. Ross Dix, Esq. 1853-711370
The Fond Hearts at Home (Ballad) John Thomas Rogers 1853-521870; @NYPL
When Thou Wert Nigh Eliza Cook, 1818-1889 @NYPL; London: Charles Sheard, Musical Bouquet No. 1054
1854
Far Away (Romance) [19 Sep] John Rogers Thomas 1854-231490 & 1854-731310 & 1882-10790@LoC
Let Us Speak of a Man As We Find Him (Song & Chorus) James Simmonds 022/101@Levy; 1854-741760@LoC
Loves Early Dream (Ballad) [3 Mar] John Rogers Thomas? 1854-730860@LoC; @NYPL
Mary Gray John Rogers Thomas 1854-551330 & 1854-732140 & 1882-08594@LoC
We Meet Again (Song and Chorus)(Companion to Good-Bye) John Rogers Thomas 023/096@Levy; 1854-560200 & 1854-731480@LoC
Welcome Home (Song with Chorus ad Libitum) [27 Sep] John Rogers Thomas 1854-560320@LoC
T'other Side of Jordan (arr.) -- 1854-560900@LoC
1855
Evangeline (Song with Quartette ad libitum) [22 Nov] John Rogers Thomas 127/050@Levy; 1855-581620@LoC; 1883-21041@LoC
My Dear My Native Home (Song & Chorus) Charles Hart 126/065@Levy; 1855-781080@LoC
Oh Fare Thee Well Mine Own Love John Rogers Thomas 1855-570530 & 1855-780900&LoC
She Dwelleth Now in Heav'n (Ballad) John Rogers Thomas @NYPL; 1855-571030@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 4030-4
The Hopes Gone By (Ballad) Charles Swain 1855-581610@LoC; @NYPL
We Were Boys and Girls Together (Ballad) M. M. 1855-571260 & 1855-780970 & 1883-10236@LoC; (1855)@NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 3356
1856
Blue-eyed Jeannie (Ballad) John Rogers Thomas @NLPL; Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons, Plate No. 3548
Bonny Jean (Ballad) George Linley, Esq. @NYPL; New York: Firth, Pond & Co., no plate number
Julietta Bell (Comic Song) anon. [1856-]@NYPL; 1884-08031@LoC; New York: William A. Pond, Plate No. 3712
Old Friends and Old Times (Ballad) Charles Swain @NYPL; S. Brainard's Sons, Plate No. 3465
Our Own Dear Land (Song) John Rogers Thomas @NYPL; 1856-601040@LoC; New York: S. T. Gordon, no plate number
Say a Kind Word When You Can (Song & Chorus) Frederick Enoch @NYPL; 1856-600440 & 1884-02449@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 3675
Some One to Love (Ballad) James Simmonds 1856-601050@LoC; 1857-610570@LoC (arr. James Flint for gtr); 1884-19005@LoC; 128/070@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 3864
Soon Shall We Dearest (Parigi, O Cara) (Music by Guiseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi, 1813-1901 from La Traviata [6 Mar 1853]; trans., adapt, & arr.) [21 Oct] Francesco Maria Piave 1856-601230@LoC; New York: Firth, Pond & Co., Plate No. 4080
The Cottage by the Sea (Ballad) [25 Sep] John Rogers Thomas 127/034@Levy; 1859-126/013@Levy; 1856-601080@LoC; 200002606@LoC/IHAS-CWM; 1884-12869 & 1884-20595@LoC
The Graves of Long Ago (Ballad) from the Home Journal @NYPL; Buffalo: Sheppard & Cottier, no plate number
The Moonlit Sea (Ballad) [25 Sep] John Rogers Thomas 1856-60180 & 1884-12867@LoC
The Old Farm House (Ballad) [25 Sep] John Rogers Thomas 1856-601080@LoC; 1884-12866@LoC
1857
All's for the Best (Song & Chorus) Martin F. Tupper 1857-610160@LoC; @NYPL
Annie Law W. W. Fosdick, Esq. 1857-610010 & 1885-09128@LoC
Be Quiet Do, I'll Call My Mother! (Song & Chorus) John Rogers Thomas? 1857-631150@LoC; @NYPL
Beautiful Flowers [Oct 8] W. West, Esq. @NYPL; New York: William Hall; Plate No. 4101
Darling Bessie [5 May] Charles O. C. 1857-610330@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 3981
Ettie May (Ballad) anon. 127/048@Levy; 1857-610490@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 3932
I'll Dream of Thee No More (Ballad) John Rogers Thomas 1857-610140@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4049
I Wish I Were a Fairy Queen (Song) E. C. H. 1857-610220@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 3975
I Wish That Somebody'd Come (Song) [c1856] anon. 1857-610440 & 1885-05237@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Son, Plate No. 4172
Kathleen of Kildare (Irish Ballad) T. L. 1857-610290; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 3980
One Cheering Word (Ballad) John Duff, Esq. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4111
Queen of the Night (Serenade) George Cooper @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co.; Plate No. 6532
The King of the Air (Melody by J. Tilley; Arr.) anon. @NYPL; New York: Firth, Son & Co., Plate No. 4189
The Owl (Song) Barry Cornwall 126/084@Levy; 1857-610350@LoC; 1885-09127@LoC; New York: Firth & Pond; Plate No. 4195
Where Is Home (Ballad) anonymous 1857-610559@LoC; @NYPL: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 3933
Where Is the Sunny Land (Song) (For One or Four Voices) John Rogers Thomas 1857-610100@Loc; @NYPL; New York: William Hall; Plate No. 4027
1858
Beautiful Cloud (Ballad) J. E. Carpenter, Esq. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son; Plate No. 4303
Bonny Eloise (The Belle of Mohawk Vale) (Song and Chorus) [Feb 11] George W. Elliott 127/020@Levy; 1861-093/023@Levy; New York: William Hall; Plate No. 4165
Dan Bryant's Cable Song (Arr. by Neil Bryant) Daniel Bryant @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 4458
Don't Leave Your Mother When Her Hair Turns Grey [Music by Earnest J. Symons] [circa 1858] Charles Osborne (alias? of John Rogers Thomas) 100/063@Levy; [New York?:] M. D. Swisher
Far On the Deep Blue Sea (Song) John Rogers Thomas 181/089@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William Hall; Plate No. 4256
I've Loved Thee Long [May 3] William Downing Evans @NYPL; New York: William Hall; Plate No. 4182
Kate O'Shane (Song and Chorus) Dexter Smith @NYPL; Cleveland: S. Brainard & Sons, Plate No. 2688-4
Merrily Row (Barcarole) J. Gilmore West @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4292
Mother Dear, Good Bye! (Ballad) J. S. Adams @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 19108
Oh! Do Not Quite Forget (Ballad) anon. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4239
O Dont You Remember the Time (Ballad) J. Baxter Langley, Esq. @NYPL; New York: Firth, Pond & Co., Plate No. 4371
Oh! Gently Breathe (Song [and Chorus]) anon. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son; no plate number
Pretty Nelly (Ballad) John Brougham, Esq. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4400
Sailing Home (Ballad)(by Charles Osborne (alias? for John Rogers Thomas; Arranged by John S. Baker] (circa 1858) Charles Osborne [alias? for John Rogers Thomas] 183/038@Levy; Boston: White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Plate No. 8033-5
She Was a Beauteous Flower (Ballad) John Rogers Thomas @NYPL; New York: William Hall; Plate No. 4281
Solomon's Proverbs [by Charles Osborne (alias for John Rogers Thomas); Arr. by Edmund Foreman] Charles Osbourne [alias for John Rogers Thomas] 048/113@Levy; London: Francis Bros. & Day
The Banks of the Genesee (Song) George W. Elliott @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 4260
The Chimney Nook (Song) James Simmonds @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4447
The False-Hearted (Song) John Rogers Thomas @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4237
The Star of My Home (Ballad) Eliza Cook, 1818-1889 @NYPL: New York: Firth, Pond & Co., Plate No. 4378
Those Bright Blue Eyes (Song) [31 Jul] Laurence Reynolds @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4248
Thou Art With Me (Sacred Song with Quartet ad lib.) J. E. Carpenter @NYPL; New YorkL William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4145
Voice of the Western Wind (Song) Edmund G. Stedman @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son; Plate No. 4457
When in Thy Bosom the Wrath Has Been Kindled (Sacred Song) J. E. Carpenter, Esq. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4024
Winsome Winnie of the Mill (Ballad) C. O. Clayton 102/132@Levy; @NYPL; William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4273
Years Ago! (Ballad) Sutton Elliott Esq @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4468
1859
Coming Again Mrs. Fenton Aylmer @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4375
Friendship (Ballad) William Downing Evans @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4415
Happy Be Thy Dreams (Ballad) J. E. Carpenter 127/074@Levy; @NYPL
Happy Dreams, Return Again (A Beautiful Ballad) (No. 3, from Six Songs Composed by Chas. Osborne [pseud. for Thomas]) Chas. Osborne [pseud. for Thomas] 127/075@Levy; @NYPL; Boston: Russell & Tolman [Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons], Plate No. 3749
I Ask Not a Home (No. 2 from Six Songs Composed by Chas. Osborne [pseud. for Thomas]) Eliza Cook, 1818-1889 @NYPL; Boston: Russell & Tolman, Plate No. 3726
Lady Love, the Flowers Are Sleeping (Serenade, No. 4 from Six Songs by Chas. Osborne [pseud. for Thomas]) J. H. Collins @NYPL; Boston: Russell & Tolman, Plate No. 3750
My Old Familiar Home (No. 6, from Six Songs Composed by Chas. Osborne [pseud. for Thomas]) C. Jayes @NYPL; Boston: Russell & Tolman, Plate No. 3744
Nelly Dear Good Bye (No. 1 from Six Songs Composed by Chas. Osborne [pseud. for Thomas]) J. H. Collins 128/022@Levy; Boston: Russell & Tolman, Plate No. 3725
Nellie Wilt Thou Be My Bride (Ballad) (by Charles Osborne [pseud. for Thomas]) Charles Osborne [pseud. for Thomas] @NYPL; New York: Firth, Pond & Co., Plate No. 4575
Retrospection (Ballad) Amelia @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son; Plate No. 4430
Te Deum in Bb John Rogers Thomas 1871-05885@LoC; [1859]@NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4344
The Box of Shamrocks John Brougham, Esqr. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4360
The Grave of Kitty Clyde (No. 6, from Six Songs Composed by Chas. Osborne [pseud. for John Rogers Thomas]) C. Jayes @NYPL; Boston: Russel & Tolman, Plate No. 3746
The Leaves That Fall in Spring (Ballad) John Brougham, Esq. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4356
The Loving Hearts at Home (Ballad) C. O. Clayton @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4435
The Thoughtless Vow (Song) George Pope Morris @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4334
The Three Homes (Song) J. E. Carpenter, Esq. @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4343
The Sweetest of Flowers (Ballad) [Aug 16] William Downing Evans @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son; Plate No. 4407
The Union (Song & Chorus) George Pope Morris, Esq. 090/098@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4341
The Withered Rose William Downing Evans @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4452
There's No Home Like a Home in the Heart (Song [with Chorus]) Eliza Cooke, 1818-1889 @NYPL; Chicago: Root & Cady, Plate No. 3726
1860
Bright Days Are Coming Love (Song) Sutton Elliott, Esq. @NYPL
It Seems But the Other Day (Ballad) James Simmonds @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4484
Night, Holy Night! [circa 1860s] George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL
Pleasant Memories (Ballad) James Simmonds @NYPL; 131/080@Levy; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4522
The Angel of Life (Ballad) James Simmonds @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4483
The Watchword, "Liberty or Death" (Song) George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 @NYPL; 200000793@LoC/IHAS-CWM; William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4595
Thine, Thine, and Only Thine! (Ballad) [Aug] George Pope Morris, 1802-1862 @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4583
'Tis But a Little Faded Flower (Ballad) Frederick Enoch, Esq. 131/155@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5026
'Tis Sweet to Think of Those We Love (Ballad) James Simmonds @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4538
What's Trumps? (Song and Chorus) [by Harry Diamond, alias? for Thomas] anonymous @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 4525
1861
Annie of the Vale (Song and Chorus) George Pope Morris, Esq., 1802-1864 130/007@Levy; 130/008@Levy; n.d.-093/010@Levy; n.d.-200002484@LoC/IHAS-CWM; @NYPL
Down By the River Side I Stray (Ballad) George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 @NYPL; New York: Firth, Pond & Co., Plate No. 5132
May God Protect Columbia (A Patriotic Hymn) John Rogers Thomas 089/027@Levy; 200002053@LoC/IHAS-CWM
Mollie Mavrone (Ballad) James Donnelly @NYPL; Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons, Plate No. 5055
Onward March to Victory, or The Patriot-Flag (A National Ode) H. Markinfield Addey 200002064@LoC/IHAS-CWM; 1889-200002061@LoC/IHAS-CWM; @NYPL; New York: Firth & Pond; Plate No. 5156
Over the Waters I'll Wander With Thee (A Carol) George Pope Morris, Esq., 1802-1864 @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 5199
She Wept Her Life Away; or, The Orphan (Song with Chorus) Charles G. Eastman 131/103@Levy; @NYPL; New York: S. T. Gordon & Son, no plate number
The Irishman (Humorous Comic Song) Dr. Maginn @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 20944
The Sunny Side the Way (Song [with Chorus]) [circa 1861] C. S. @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 21369
The Wild Rose (Ballad) John J. Cooke @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., no plate number
There Are Kind Hearts Every Where (Ballad) John Rogers Thomas @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 20860
Think of Me Sometimes (Ballad) Frederick Enoch 131/134@Levy; @NYPL; New York: Firth, Pond & Co., Plate No. 5071
1862
Comrades, Touch the Elbow (Song of the 9th Co., 7th Regt., N.Y.S.M. National Guard) (Song and Chorus) (arr.) anon. 087/089@Levy; 200002049@LoC/IHAS-CWM; @NYPL; New York: Firth, Son & Co., Plate No. 5411
Forget If You Can--But Forgive (No. 1 from Songs and Ballads by J. R. Thomas) Harry Pearson @NYPL; New York: C. M. Tremaine, no plate number
Home Is Home (No. 3 from Songs and Ballads by J. R. Thomas) E. Ross 130/075@Levy; @NYPL: New York: Horace Waters, no plate number
I Hear Sweet Voices Singing (Song and Chorus) (No. 2 from Songs and Ballads by J. R. Thomas) Jno. Brougham @NYPL; New York: Horace Waters, no plate number
In the Clear Mirror of Her Eyes (Canzonet) George Pope Morris, 1802-1864 @NYPL; New York: Beer & Schirmer, Plate No. 337
Kindly Words and Smiling Faces (Song and Chorus) (No. 4 from Songs and Ballads by J. R. Thomas) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: Horace Waters; and [1863-]@NYPL; Oliver Ditson & Co., no plate number
Oh! Let Me Shed One Silent Tear (Song and Chorus ad lib.) F. H. Norton @NYPL; 200002059@LoC/IHAS-CWM; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5403
The Last Words of Washington (Song) [May 26] George Pope Morris, Esq. 003/071@Levy; 200002052@LoC/IHAS-CWM; New York: Firth & Pond; Plate No. 5498
The Parting Kiss (Ballad) A. Wolcott, Esq. @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, Plate No. 5415
The Soldier's Return (Ballad) William H. Morris 200002065@LoC/IHAS-CWM
The Standard of Freedom (National Song) H. Markinfield Addey 090/038@Levy; 200002066@LoC/IHAS-CWM; @NYPL; New York: Firth, Pond & Co., Plate No. 5255
1863
Before the Days of Sadness (Pria che funesti giungano) (Song) A. Wolcott, Esq. @LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co.
Breathe It Softly to My Loved Ones W. Dexter Smith, Jr. 200002048@LoC/IHAS-CWM; @NYPL
Down By the Gate (Ballad) George W. Birdseye, Esq. [1863] 1877-08540@LoC; [1864] 130/048@Levy
Farewell! The Dream of Love Is O'er (Ballad) (Melody by William H. Morris; Arr.) William H. Morris @NYPL; New York: Firth, Son & Co., Plate No. 5727
Farmer's Song Harry Pearson @NYPL; New York: Firth, Son & Co., Plate No. 5758
Fishes in the Sea (Song of the Flirt) (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, Plate No. 5511
In the Glade (Song Ballad) Mrs. Sarah E. Donmall @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5691
Kiss Me Good Night Mother (Ballad) (Solo and SATB Chorus) Francis B. Murtha 131/011@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5574
Linger Not Darling (Serenade) George Cooper, 1840-1927 131/022@Levy; @NYPL; Cincinnati: John Church Jr., Plate No. 626.3
Little Willie's Grave William Ross Wallace 005/051@Levy
Lottie in the Lane (Song) (No. 3 from Six Songs) [Dec 24; c1864] George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Chicago: Root & Cady; Plate No. 348 3
Maudie Moore (Song and Chorus) (No. 1 from Six Songs) [Dec 24; c1864] Charles Dickenson @NYPL; Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons, Plate No. 1387; Chicago: Root & Cady; Plate No. 351 3
Mother Kissed Me in My Dream (Song Ballad) (To Henry Tucker, Esq.) [May] George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5648; 200002057@LoC/IHAS-CWM; 1864-089/037@Levy; 1864-200002054@LoC/IHAS-CWM; 1891-200002058@LoC/IHAS-CWM; 200002056@LoC/IHAS-CWM (Arr. by G. A. Russell); New York: William Pond; Plate No. 5932
1864
Allie Vane (No. 3 from 6 Songs) W. Dexter Smith, Jr. @NYPL; G. D. Russell & Company, Plate No. 294
Darling Leonore (No. 5 from 6 Songs) W. Dexter Smith, Jr. 130/039@Levy; @NYPL; Boston: G. D. Russell & Company, Plate No. 311
For Ever and Ever (Sacred Song) Grace de la Verité @NYPL; New York: William Pond, Plate No. 5763
God Bless You! (No. 3 from 3 Songs) John Rogers Thomas @NLPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 5836
Good Night and Happy Dreams (Song or Duettino) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5951
Heart and Hand (A Song of Fraternity) (No. 6 from 6 Songs) Grace de la Verite @NYPL; New York: G. D. Russell & Company, Plate No. 398
I Have So Much to Tell (Song) William Downing Evans @NYPL; Hew York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5934
I'm Dying Far From Those I Love (No. 4 from Six Songs) [Apr 20] George Cooper, 1840-1927 088/091@Levy; 200002051@LoC/IHAS-CWM; Chicago: Root & Cady; Plate No. 373 4
Keep a Brave Heart Still (No. 5 from Six Songs) [Sep 19] George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Chicago: Root & Cady; Plate No. 404 3
Mary of the Wildwood (Song and Chorus) [Ballad (With Chorus)] John Rogers Thomas @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 5789
Mother Kissed Me In My Dream (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 089/037@Levy
Oh What a World This Might Be (Song) (No. 1 from 3 Songs) Charles Swain @NYPL; New York: Firth, Son & Co., Plate No. 5834
Oh Why Did You Die? (or the Lament of the Irish Mother) [Sep 10] anon. @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5831
One By One (No. 2 from Six Songs) [Jan 28] Miss Proctor @NYPL; Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons, Plate No. 1791 [Chicago: Root & Cady; Plate No. 362 3]
Shall We Meet Again (Ballad) (No. 4 from 6 Songs) Ino. Storey @NYPL; Boston: G. D. Russell & Company, Plate No. 295
The Fields of Home (No. 6 from Six Songs) [Sep 19] George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Chicago: Root & Cady; Plate No. 405 3
When the War Is Over, Mary (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 090/153@Levy; 090/154@Levy; 200002068@LoC/IHAS-CWM; 1892-200002069@LoC/IHAS-CWM
1865
A Spray of Mignonnette [circa 1865] George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL
Beautiful Isle of the Sea (Song) George Cooper (Italian Version by E. C. Sebastiani) 130/012@Levy; 130/013@Levy
Beautiful Wales (Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 6218
Blue-Eyed Bell (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 100/023@Levy; [1867] 100/024@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, no plate number
Dark Eyed Norina (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, Plate No. 6084
Down Among the Lilies (Ballad George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 6057
Down By the Gate with Brilliant Variations [Arr. by Charles Grobe, Op. 1535] none 10000070@HSM/LoC
Follow the Flag (Companion to Follow the Drum) W. Dexter Smith Jr. 200002050@LoC/IHAS-CWM; @NYPL
I Dream of Thy Sweet Smile J. Dexter Smith @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 6011
I'll Meet Thee at the Gate W. Dexter Smith, Jr. @NYPL; Boston: G. D. Russell & Company, Plate No. 909
In the Moonlight Long Ago (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 130/093@Levy; @NYPL; Boston: Henry Tolman & Co., Plate No. 5120
Longing to Meet Thee Again (Ballad) W. Dexter Smith Jr. @NYPL; Boston: G. D. Russell & Company, Plate No. 617
Masonic Ode [first sung 6 June] A. J. H. Duganne 178/055@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, Plate No. 6136
O! Sweet Be Thy Repose (Song/Serenade) George Cooper, 1840-1927 131/062@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 6221
Only a Withered Rose (Canzonetta Song) W. Dexter Smith @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 6159
Our Noble Chief Has Passed Away (Elegy on the death of ABRAHAM LINCOLN) George Cooper, 1840-1927 005/075@Levy; 200002062@LoC/IHAS-CWM; 200002063@LoC/IHAS-CWM
Smiles for All (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Cincinnati: John Church & Co., Plate No. 825.4
The Birth of Green Erin (Irish Song) anonymous @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, Plate No. 6108
The Land of Dreams (Song) (No. 2, from 3 Songs) Frederick Enoch @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 5835
The Reaper and the Flowers (No. 2 from Songs of Mrs. Zelda Seguin of the Parepa Opera Troupe) anon. @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson, Plate No. 20938
While Gentle Ones Are Round Us (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 131/155@Levy; @HYPL; Boston: Henry Tolman & Co., Plate No. 5121
1866
Be Near to Me (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 6312
Do You Think the Moon Could Have Seen Us (Ballad) Willie E.[A.?] Pabor 129/034@Levy; @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 289-3
Dreaming of Thee (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 087/127@Levy
Home to Night (Ballad) Grace de la Verite @NYPL; New York: John J. Daly, Plate No. 282
Jenny Who Lives in the Dell (Ballad) (with Chorus ad lib) George Cooper, 1840-1927 131/008@Levy; @NYPL: New York: Charles W. Harris, Plate No. 1316
Jesus, Lover of My Soul (Sacred Song and Quartette) Charles Wesley, 1707-1788 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, Plate No. 6410
Murmuring Shell W. Dexter Smith Jr. @NYPL; Boston: G. D. Russell, Plate No. 467
My "Good For Nothing" Emily H. Miller @NYPL; New York: Thomas Russell, Plate No. 6463
Nearest and Dearest [New Edition with Chorus] W. C. Baker [(New Edition with Chorus] [1866]@NYPL; [1868]106/053@Levy; New York: C. W. Harris, Plate No. 1305[-4]; 1875-04451@LoC
Rose of the Valley (Ballad with Chorus George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Detroit: C. J. Whitney, no plate number
Softly O'er the Rippling Waters (Song) [Oct 2] George Cooper, 1840-1927 130/095@Levy; 130/096@Levy; @LoC; @NYPL; New York: Thaddeus Firth, Plate No. 5931
Where Art Thou? (Song) anonymous @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No 6155
1867
Angel Voices (Song with Chorus ad lib.) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 24868
Beautiful Summer [missing beginning of song] [Oct] Thomas? @NYPL
Boat Song [Sep] Emily Huntington Miller @NYPL
By the Meadow Brook (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Troy, NY: CHARLES W. HARRIS, no plate number
Croquet (Song) C. H. Webb 028/031@levy; 028/032@Levy
Cross and Crown [Sacred Song (1867); Quartet for Mixed Voices (1871); Arr. for Guitar by W. L. Hayden (1874)] George Cooper, 1840-1927 1874-05567@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,521--2
Floating Down the Stream (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 2731=4
Good Bye, But Come Again (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 [1867] 129/061@Levy; [1867] 129/062@Levy; 1876-06376@LoC; Cincinnai: J. L. Peters & Bro., Plate No. 1904.4 [1867], No. 9,395--2 [1876]
I Have a Little Sweetheart (Ballad) O. C. Clayton [1867]@NYPL; 1874-02384@LoC [Plate No. 157=3]; New York: Charles H. Ditson & Co., no plate number
Jamie's Whisper to Jessie (Scotch Ballad) J. R. McNaughton 129/079@Levy; @NYPL; Cincinnati: J. L. Peters & Bro., Plate No. 1903.4
Janette (Ballad) Miles O'Reilley [or O'Rielly] @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 1902.4
Let Us Be Friends Again (Song) (An Incident in the Life of Douglas Jerrold) C. O. Clayton 1867-b0514@Duke; 1867-@NYPL; New Orleans: A. E. Blackmar, no plate number; 1873-12607@LoC
Maying (For One or Two Voices) [May] Emily Huntington Miller @NYPL; pp. 315-316 from ?
New-Year Song [Jan] Emily Huntington Miller @NYPL; pp. 58-60 from ?
November [Nov] Emily Huntington Miller @NYPL; pp. 699-700 from ?
Pictures in the Fire [Dec] Emily Huntington Miller @NYPL; pp. 761-762 from ?
Poor Carlotta or The Last Words of Maximilian Arthur Mathison @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co.,; Plate No. 666
The Birds Will Come Again (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 129/019@Levy; @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., no plate number
1868
A Little Bird Told Me So (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 7089
Against the Stream (Ballad) (companion to Floating Down the Stream) [c1867] George Cooper, 1840-1927 181/004@Levy; @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 311--4
All in the Merry May (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 7008
All the Year Round (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 [1868/1875]@NYPL; 1875-00776@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 8751
Beautiful Snow-drops (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1896 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., no plate number
Better Days (Song) Seyton May 129/017@Levy; Washington D.C.: John F. Ellis, Plate No. 195-5
Bird of the Angel Wing (Song and Quartette) R. Ashley Cohen 129/018@Levy; @NYPL; St. Joseph, MO: P. L. Huyett & Son, Plate No. 76.3
Come O'er the Lake, Love (Song and Refrain) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Milwaukee: H. N. Hempsted, Plate No. 377#5
Do Right and Fear Not (Sacred Song for Mezzo Soprano or Baritone) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 365-3
God Bless Us Every One (Song) (Subject from The Christmas Carol [by Charles Dickens]) George Cooper, 1840-1927 063/043@Levy
If You Love Me, Do My Will George Cooper, 1840-1927 129/074@Levy
Keep the Ball a Rolling or Grant in the Chair (Campaign Song and Chorus) [by Thomas?] anon. @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 24621
Land of Home and Beauty George Cooper, 1840-1927 129/084@Levy; @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson, Plate No. 24558
Little Birdie (Song) Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1809-1892 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 7009
Little Blossom (Song & Chorus) Willie E. Pabor @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 327-3
Nellie Malone (Song and Chorus) Dexter Smith @NYPL; Cincinnati: S. Brainard & Sons, Plate No. 2726-4
No Crown Without the Cross (Sacred Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 [1868]@NYPL; [1869]129/112@Levy; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 329-3
Song of Friendship Ralph Keeler (from his Novel Gloverson & His Silent Partners) 131/116@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., no plate number
Summer Roses in the Heart (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Cleveland: S. Brainard & Sons, Plate No. 3725-4
The Artist Versus the Poet (Music by Claribel; Adapted and Arranged) (Ballad) Hazard @NYPL; New York: B. H. Field, no plate number
The Man Who Saved the Nation (Campaign Song and Chorus) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. *333-3
The Rainbow Temperance Song E. Z. C. Judson [1868]@NYPL; 1867[?]-102/035@Levy; 1868-099/001@Levy; 1868-099/002@Levy; 1868-099/003@Levy; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 6758
Waiting in the Twilight (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 130/121@Levy; @NYPL; New York: J. L, Peters, Plate No. 328-3
Wake From Thy Happy Dreams (Song) (Companion to Happy Be Thy Dreams [1859]) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 5974
Ye Midnight Stars (Serenade) George Cooper, 1840-1927 131/161a@Levy; @NYPL; William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 6878
1869
Bonnie Bess (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 25437
Dear Hearth and Home (Song and Refrain) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: Benjamin W. Hitchcock, Musical Bouquet No. 53
Let Me Pray Before I Die! (Song) (A Scene on the Atlantic) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 7219
Must I Then Leave Thee (Song and Chorus) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 27141
Farewell Ye Faded Flowers (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Cincinnati: C. Y. Fonda
If Ye Love Me Do My Will ([No. 16] from Beautiful Ballads by J. R. Thomas) ??? New York: J. L. Peters
The Day When You'll Forget Me (Ballad) "Morgan" 1869-@NYPL; 132/093@Levy; 1876-13102@LoC; 1882-02343@LOC (piano only)
The Mother's Prayer (Song) [circa 1869] George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: John L. Peters, Plate No. 316-5
There's a Home for Those Who Seek It (Sacred Song, with Quartet ad lib.) (No. 9 from Beautiful Ballads by John R. Thomas) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: John L. Peters, Plate No. 710-3
There's a Star That Shines for Me Charles H. Phillips @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 881-4
Voice of the Mountain Land! (Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: John Rogers Thomas
1870
A Song for Those Who Love Us (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 25681
Ah! Never Deem My Love Can Change (Song) (New and Revised Edition) [19 Dec] Jennie Seguin Frodsham 1870-05003@LoC
Apart! George Cooper, 1840-1927 1870-03594@LoC; @NYPL
Father, Hear Us! (Sacred Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peter, Plate No. 766-4
Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken (Hymn) (No. 6 from Hymns of the Church) [31 Oct] John Newton, 1725-1807, based on Psalm 87:3 1870-03295@LoC
Just As I Am! (Hymn) (No. 8 from Hymns of the Church) Charlotte Elliott, 1789-1871 1870-03804@LoC
Little Footsteps That Are Gone (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 6502
Love He Went A-Roving (Song) (from the Operetta The Lady in the Mask) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., 7798
Mountain Land Afar! (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 6509
Must We Say Good-bye? (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William Hall and Son, Plate No. 6506
Nearer, My God, to Thee! (Hymn) (No. 5 from Hymns of the Church) [Mrs.] Sarah Adams [Flowers] 1870-03294@LoC
One Dream of You, My Own (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 134/033@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 6507
Some Heart Will Love Thee Still (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 135/024@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 6504
Still Thine Own! (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 135/036@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, Plate No. 7758
Tarry With Me (Hymn) (No. 7 from Hymns of the Church) John Rogers Thomas 1870-00791@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 7871
The Gates Ajar (Song with Quartette ad. lib.) George Cooper, 1840-1927 132/135@Levy
The Pretty Little Maid of Minnetonka (Song & Chorus) James T. Dudley 134/073@Levy; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 7898
There's Sunlight on the Hills (Song, from the Operetta The Lady in the Mask) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 7773
1871
Beautiful Highlands (Song with Chorus ad lib) Nichnolas Engel 1871-06431@LoC; @NYPL
Come Again, Happy Days! (Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 132/078@Levy; 1871-01849@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William Hall & Son, Plate No. 6567
Dreaming, Still Dreaming (Canzonet) (No. 1 from Songs of Mrs. Zelda Seguin of the Parepa Opera Troupe) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., no plate number
Far Away But Not Forgotten (Song and Chorus) Willie E. Tabor @NYPL; (Troy/Albany): Cluett & Son, no plate number
Jubilate Deo in F John Rogers Thomas 1871-06497@LoC; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 26403
Pearl of the Isle (Song Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1871-02340@LoC; @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 26213
The Little Church Around the Corner (Ballad) [by Arthur Percy, pseud.? for John Rogers Thomas] George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., no plate number
The True Cross (Sacred Song or Quartet) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1871-05733@LoC; @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 843-3
To Stella in Heaven (Song) W. H. C. Hosmer 1871-02823@LoC; @NYPL; New York: J. N. Pattison, Plate No. 56
Twilight Shadows [May] George Cooper @NYPL, no plate number
When the Light Waves Rippling Plays (A Reminiscence of Saratoga Lake) (Barcarolle) Arthur Matthison @NYPL; New York: Horace Waters, no plate number
When Those We Love Return Once More (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Troy & Albany, NY: Cluett & Sons, no plate number
1872
A Fadeless Gem (Sep.) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1872-08022 & 1873-13099@LoC; [Sep. 1872]@NYPL; Philadelphia: W. F. Shaw, no plate number
Blighted (No. 4 from Songs of Mrs. Zelda Seguin of the Parepa Opera Troupe) James F. Keegan @NYPL
Bloom in My Heart, Lovely Rose (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; Boston: White, Smith & Perry, Plate No. 1022-3
Love Is at the Helm (Barcarole) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 26837
No, No, I Never Can Forget (Answer to the composer's Popular Song The Day When You'll Forget me) Pascal Loomis @NYPL; San Francisco: M. Gray, Plate No. 404
Not Lost, But Gone Before (Companion to the Author's popular Song, The Gates Ajar) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; New York: Charles H. Ditson & Co., no plate number
O! Sweet Be Thy Repose (Serenade) (New and Revised Edition) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1872-06611@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 8216
We'll Vote for Grant Again (Song and Chorus) Capt. James F. Keegan @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson, no plate number
1873
A Jolly Good Laugh (Laughing Song from the cantata of The Picnic [1869]) [c1872] George Cooper, 1840-1927 1873-01240@LoC
Angels, Guide the Little Feet (Song) George W. Birdseye 1873-13524@LoC; @NYPL
Blessed Be the Lord (Benedictus for Four Voices) (No. 1 from Sacred Songs) anonymous 1873-09417@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,242--3
By the Brook (Ballad) George W. Hows @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 8458
Eilleen Allanna (Irish Ballad) E. S. Marble 132/016@Levy; 132/017@Levy; 1876-10800[pno], 10579[w/gtr], 11103[pno], 12754[pno w/var.], 13242[pno]@LoC; @NYPL
God Be Merciful (Deus Misereatur Quartet and Bass Solo) (No. 4 of 5 from Sacred Songs of J. R. Thomas) John Rogers Thomas @NYPL; 1873-09426@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,246-4
It Is a Good Thing (Bonem Est Quartet) (No. 3 from Sacred Songs) anonymous 1873-09430@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,244--3
Loved Ones Far Away (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; 1873-12330@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., no plate number
O Sing Unto the Lord (Cantate Domino Quartet & Soprano Solo) (No. 2 from Sacred Songs) anonymous 1873-09442@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,243--6
Oft in the Twilight I'm Dreaming (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; San Francisco: M. Gray, Plate No. M.G.__609
Praise the Lord (Benedic Anima Quartet and Soprano Solo) (No. 5 from Sacred Songs) anonymous 1873-09444@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,245--4
The Dew Is on the Flower (Serenade with CHORUS ad lib) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1873-09844@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 8455
The Old Time; or, When You Were Seventeen (Ballad) from The Home Journal 134/027@Levy; 1873-01246@LoC; @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 27492
1874
Angels, Roll the Rock Away! (Easter Anthem for Quartette or Chorus, with Solo for Soprano or Tenor) John Rogers Thomas 1874-03315@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 8551
Hearer of Prayer (Sacred Song) (Music by C. O. Clayton, 1873; arr.) C. O. Clayton, 1873 1874-02385@LoC; San Francisco & Portland: Matthias Gray, Plate No. 118=4
I Could Live in a Desert If Only With Thee (Ballad) Harrison Millard 1874-08936@LoC; @NYPL
Lost in the Wide World (Ballad with Chorus ad lib.) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; 1874-15210@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 8745
My Wee Wife Waiting at the Door (Ballad) Mrs. A. D. Willard [1874]@NYPL; 1875-00384@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,336-3
Not Lost For Ever (Ballad) anon. 134/008@Levy; 1874-12520@Loc; @NYPL; New York: William Pond; Plate No. 8655
Oft in the Stilly Night (Quartette for Mixed Voices) [Melody by Sir John Stevenson, 1818; harmonized] Thomas Moore, 1818 (1779-1852 1874-05075@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 8497
On the Bluff Col. John Hay 1874-08539@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William Pond; Plate No. 8519
Our Wandering Ships (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1874-08765@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William Pond; Plate No. 8611
That Song of Thine (Ballad) Eliza [F?] J. Moriarty 1874-08027@LoC; @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond, no plate number
The Children's Sweet Good Night (Ballad with Chorus ad. lib.) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1874-14055@LoC; @NYPL
The Hand That Rocks the World (Ballad) William Ross Wallace, 1819-1881 1874-06376@LoC; @NYPL; New York: Charles H. Ditson & Co., no plate number
The Stream in the Valley (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 [1874]@NYPL; 1875-05306@LoC; J. M. Stoddart & Co., no plate number
There Were Shepherds (Christmas Anthem) [10 Dec] John Rogers Thomas [?] 1874-14981@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,634--6
There's Millions in It George Cooper, 1840-1927 1874-16008@LoC; @NYPL; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 28626
Where the Water-Lilies Grow [by Arthur Percy (alias for Thomas)] Harry Miller @NYPL; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 8746
1875
"Bessie" the Star of the Vale (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1875-03762@LoC; @NYPL; New York: Thomas J. Hall, Plate No. 6668
Better Luck To-Morrow (Ballad/Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1875-06855@LoC; @NYPL
Golden Hours (Ballad) [c1875] George Cooper, 1840-1927 [1875]@NYPL; 1876-00163@LoC; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., no plate number
Must We Meet Then As Strangers? (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 [1875]@NYPL; 1878-133/141@Levy; New York: C. H. Ditson, no plate number
Swinging on the Garden Gate (Ballad, with Chorus ad lib.) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1875-03088@LoC; @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 10,642-4
The Open Door (Song and Quartett) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1875-01326@LoC; @NYPL; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 28683
1876
Beyond, the Sun Is Shining (Song for Baritone) (from the Parlor Operetta in One Act, Diamond Cut Diamond) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-02734@LoC; @NYPL
Haunting Eyes (Ballad) Caroline Nortin, 1808-1877 1876-00475, 1877-03670, 1877-05640@LoC; [1876]@NYPL
Home Below and Heaven Above (Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-03820@LoC
I'm a Broth of a Boy (Song for Baritone or Tenor) (from the Operetta, Diamond Cut Diamond) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-02736@LoC
Introduction (Piano Solo) (No. 1 from Diamond Cut Diamond, A Parlour Opera in One Act) none 1876-02763@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 9.301--2
Love Once Met a Little Maiden (Song for Soprano) (from the Operetta, Diamond Cut Diamond) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-02737@LoC
Oh! These Men (Song for Soprano) (from the Operetta Diamond Cut Diamond) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-02735
Rose of Killarney (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 134/088@Levy; 1876-02996 & 1878-01259@LoC; New York: J. L. Peters; Plate No. 10344
Sleep On, But Dream of Me (Serenade for Baritone) (from the Operetta, Diamond Cut Diamond) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-02739@LoC
Sweet Angel (Duet for Soprano and Baritone) (from the Operetta, Diamond Cut Diamond) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-02740@LoC
The Day of Resurrection (Easter Anthem) John Rogers Thomas 1876-03821@LoC
Tit, Tat, Toe George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-02044@LoC
When Life Was May (Waltz for Soprano) (from the Operetta, Diamond Cut Diamond) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-02738@LoC; @NYPL; New York: J. L. Peters, Plate No. 9306-4
Ye Sons and Daughters of the Lord (Carol for Easter) John Rogers Thomas [?] 1876-02729@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., no plate number
You'll Never Know What You Can Do Till You Try (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1876-08809@LoC; @NYPL; New York: Thomas J. Hall, Plate No. 6680=3
1877
I Have Seen Thee in My Dreaming (Song) W. H. C. Hosmer 1877-11730@LoC; New York: S. T. Gordon & Son, Plate No. 6511=5
1878
When the Evening Shades Are Falling George Cooper, 1840-1927 1878-11898@LoC; New York: Spear and Dehnhoff, no plate number
1879
Love Good Bye George W. Birdseye 1879-18083@LoC; New York: S. T. Gordon & Son, Plate No. 6524-3
Strangers No More (Song) (No. 1 from New Songs) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1879-00792@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 9739-5
Sweet Dreams Be Thine (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1879-01821@LoC; Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., no plate number
The Darlings of Our Home George Cooper. 1840-1927 1879-00791@LoC; @NYPL
The Light of Loving Eyes (Song) Daniel Connolly [Connelly?] 1879-05237@LoC; New York: J. R. Thomas, Jr., no plate number
We Two (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1879-100009353@HSM/LoC; @NYPL
When Blossoms Come Again (Ballad) George Cooper, 1840-1927 @NYPL; 1879-02069 & -03580@LoC; London: Charles Sheard, Musical Bouquet, Plate No. 6063
1880
She Never Could Forget the Day (Song and Chorus) Charles G. Eastman 1880-01278@LoC; New York: S. T. Gordon & Son, Plate No. 6525=3
1881
Give the Poor All They Honestly Earn (A Song for the Times) M. H. Tormey 1881-19927@LoC; New York: Arthur E. Thomas, no plate number
Ho! Reapers of Life's Harvest (Hymn) [25 Oct] John Rogers Thomas 1881-16191@LoC [Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., Plate No. 48570]; and 1881-16641@LoC;
Oft in My Slumbers (Song & Chorus) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1881-16641b@LoC; New York: Arthur E. Thomas, no plate number
1884
Christ Our Passover (Anthem for Easter) John Rogers Thomas 1884-07955@LoC
O Come, Buy My Blossoms! (Song & Refrain) [3 Nov] George W. Elliott 1884-22062@LoC; New York: William A. Pond & Co., Plate No. 11299
Sweet Flower of Kilmeena (Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 1884-04672@LoC; New York: C. H. Ditson & Co., Plate No. 50242
The Miller's Daughter (Love Song) Alfred Tennyson 066/068@Levy
1885
The Candy Stick (Striped like a gay barber pole.) George W. Elliott 1885-19645@LoC
1895
The Scientific Man (Comic Song) [Music by Charles Osborne (alias? for John Rogers Thomas]; Arranged by Henry E. Pether Charles Osborne (alias? for John Rogers Thomas) 143/129@Levy

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