Music from 1866-1899

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


Title Words Music
1866
500,000 Devils (aka Fu[:]nfmal Hundert Tausend Teufel) (Bass Solo) Ged. von Oettinger Graben Hoffman, Opus 5
A Nation's Orphans A Lady of Kentucky P. G. Anton
Be Merciful to the South Miles O'Reilly William Ketchum
Bright Southern Star (A Beautiful Ballad) [28 Dec] B. F. Chase anonymous
Bury Me at Sunset (A Soldier's Last Request) [Song and Chorus] [17 Jan] Frederick E. Arnold Frank Wilder
(Willie's Last Words) Comrade, I Am Going Home [18 Dec] Theodore D. C. Miller W. Irving Hartshorn
Crowding Awfully (Temperance Song & Chorus) [4 Jun] Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867 Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867
Darky Sam (Song and Chorus) anonymyous J. Young
Father's a Drunkard and Mother Is Dead Stella, of Washington Mrs. E[ffie]. A. (Susan) Parkhurst, 1836-1918 (later known as Mrs. Druer)
God Bless the President (National Song) [19 Sep] E. N. Lamont anonymous; Arranged by Charles E. White
Goober Peas A. Pindar, Esq. P. Nutt, Esq.
Hail! Columbia anonymous Melody by Prof. Pfiel, from "President's March, 1759; Arranged by George Barker
Halt! Boys Halt! (Song and Chorus) John Hugh McNaughton, 1829-1891 John Hugh McNaughton, 1829-1891
Heard Ye the News? or Welcom the Soldier Home (Song and Chorus) (No. 5 from Gems for the Household: A Collection of Beautiful Songs) [29 Oct] William Bell Adamson William Bell Adamson
I Wish That I'd Been Born a Boy (Ladies Comic Song) H. Angelo H. Angelo; Arranged by James W. Porter
I Wouldn't Like to Tell (Song and Chorus) [circa 1866+] George Cooper, 1840-1927 Charles E. Pratt
I'll Marry No Man If He Drinks Dexter Smith Mrs. Effie A. Parkhurst, 1836-1918 (aka Mrs. Druer)
I'll Never Be a Slave Again [23 Jul] W. Dexter Smith, Jr. Frederick Clemence
"In Memoriam" A. Lincoln Gertrude I. Ladd Gertrude I. Ladd
In Memoriam (Quartet, on the death of Abraham Lincoln, the Sixteenth President of the United States) Mrs. E. J. Bugbee Hiram T. Merrill
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas [circa 1866] Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867 Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867
March of the Loyal Legion [circa 1866] Rossiter Worthington Raymond, 1840-1918 Horatio Collins King, 1837-1918
My Mother's Angel Voice Delos Gardner Spaulding, 1833-1884 Delos Gardner Spaulding, 1833-1884
One More Gallant Charge, Boys! (Song and Chorus) [c1865; 15 Dec 1866; 5 Feb 1867] Mrs. Mary Allen C. W. Van Aiken
Our Father Don't Drink Any Now (aka Father Don't Drink Any Now!) (Song and Chorus) Frank Howard [pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884] Frank Howard [pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884]
Pickininy Nigs [aka Pickinniny Nigs] (No. 3 from The celebrated Songs & Dances of Delahanty and Hengler) Ted Straight Ted Straight; arrange by T. Brigham Bishop
Santa Claus, or, Up on a House-Top [Oct] Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867 Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867
She Waits by the River for Me (Song and Chorus) J. B. Swett, Esq. E. K. Cole, M.D.; Arranged by Armand Edward Blackmar, 1826-1888
Sherman Marched Down to the Sea (Patriotic Song and Chorus) Adj't Byers William Cumming Peters, 1805-1866
Sneezing Song Words from the French, translated by Dr. William James Wetmore X. Mergy
The Age of Wonders (A Song for the Times) (Solo with Chorus) H. F. Greene W. F. Walker
The American Hymn Mathias Keller, 1813-1875 Mathias Keller, 1813-1875
The Battle of Manassas [13 Apr] none Blind Tom [psued. for Thomas Greene Bethune (Wiggins), 1849-1908]
The Blue and the Gray (Song and Chorus) John Hugh McNaughton, 1829-1891 John Hugh McNaughton, 1829-1891
The Conquered Banner (Grand Solo for Mezzo Soprano or Baritone) Moina Theodore von La Hache (Opus 645)
The Exile's Farewell [24 Apr] anonymous A Lady of New York
The Faded Gray Jacket or Fold It Up Carefully Mrs. C. A. Ball Charlie L. Ward
The Freedman's Lament (Song and Chorus) M. B. Ladd M. B. Ladd; Arranged by Mrs. Elizabeth Allen Parkhurst
The Freedman's Song A. R. Watson F. W. Smith
The Girl I Left Behind Me [piano solo with variations] none anon.; Arr. by W. B. Miller
The Sword of Robert Lee Moina Henry Weber
The Sword of Gen. Lee (Song and Chorus) Moina Miss Carrie R. Stakely
We're Freemen Now [Jan 17] Percy Thacker Charles C. Sontag
Wearin' of the Grey Tar Heel anonymous
Welcome Christmas (A New Carol with Chorus) David A. Warren? David A. Warren
When You and I Were Young, Maggie [May 19] George Washington Johnson, 1839-1917 James Austin Butterfield, 1837-1891
Who Is He? [Hymn] Rev. Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867 Rev. Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867
You Naughty, Naughty Men (from The Black Crook) T. Kennick G. Brickwell
Young Eph's Jubilee
(Copyright filed 8 Feb. 1866)
(Answer to Young Eph's Lament)
J. B. Murphy Esq. William H. Brockway, 1834/5-1888
1867
Bird of May (Song for Spring) [before 1867] William Downing Evans, 1811-1897 William Downing Evans, 1811-1897
Bonnie Scotland I Adore Thee T. Gordon T. Gordon
Champagne Charlie H. J. Whymark [George Leybourne?] Alfred Lee
Consolidation Medley or Hurrah for Uncle Sam W. M. Kennedy Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Don't You Go, Tommy C. T. Lockwood C. T. Lockwood
General Lee's Surrender Mrs. J. P. Hawkins of Virginia Mrs. J. P. Hawkins of Virginia
Girls, Wait for a Temperance Man (Humorous Song and Chorus) Mrs. Mary Ann Kidder Mrs. Effie A. Parkurst
Grumble, Grumble, Growl! anonymous Phillip Phillips
Jefferson Davis in Prison (Song) Rev. J. Barker Alfred Schmidt
Juliana Phebiana Constantina Brown (Humorous Song) J. Thompson J. Thompson
Lashed to the Mast! (Patriotic Song) [3 May] F. H. Stauffer John Wallace Hutchinson, 1821-1908; arranged by M. F. H. Smith
Let Me Spank Him for His Mother (A Parody Song) X. Y. Z. Herm. H. Rau
Make My Grave in the Lowlands Low; or, The Negro Slave's Lament Walter Kittredge, 1834-1905 Walter Kittredge, 1834-1905
New England Soldiers (Song and Chorus) [5 Aug] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Oh! What's This World a Coming To? (Comic Song, and Chorus) Frank Howard [pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884] Frank Howard [pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884]
Santa Claus (Song and Chorus) [from pp. 184-185 of The Forest Choir] Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867 Benjamin Russell Hanby, 1833-1867
Sign the Pledge for Mother's Sake (Song and Chorus) Mrs. Mary Ann Kidder Mrs. Effie A. Parkhurst, 1836-1918 (aka Mrs. Druer)
The Edinburgh Quadrille Upon Scotch Airs none Charles D'Albert, 1809-1886
The Flying Trapeze (or, The Man of the Flying Trapeze) George Leybourne, 1842-1884 Gaston Lyle (perhaps based on Jaques Offenbach's Le Papillon (1860), in Act 2, Scene 1, in the key of Bb) (arr. by Alfred Lee, 1839-1906)
The Sword of Robert Lee A. J. Ryan Rochford
The Yaller Gal That Winked at Me anon. A. M. Hernandez
Waiting (for Soprano or Tenor) [1867; 7 May 1884] H. H. Flagg Harrison Millard, 1830-1895
Watching for Pa Mrs. J. F. Knapp Mrs. J. F. Knapp
What's the Matter Uncle Sam? [30 Apr] W. Dexter Smith Jr. Alfred Lee, 1839-1906
"Yankee Robinson" at Bull Run (Comic Yankee Song) Fayetto Lodawish Robinson Arranged by George H. Briggs
1868
A Psalm of the Union William Ross Wallace Mrs. H. W. Hills
Adolphus Morning Glory J. B. Murphy, of St. Louis David Braham
All Quiet Along the Potomac [Quartette] [8 Nov] Ethyl Lynn Beers, 16 May 1863 J. Drayton
And So Will the Boys in Blue [26 Oct] E. W. Locke E. W. Locke
Anna Carter Lee (Song and Chorus) Luct A. Osband John Post
As Through the Park I Go (No. 4 from Serio Comic Songs) William Lingard William Lingard; Arr. by Charles E. Pratt
Beautiful Bells! (from Ixion; or, The Man at the Wheel, burlesque, Mythical Greek extravaganza) Waverly Melody by Michael Connelly; Arranged by Waverly
Come Back to Erin [first published 2 Jan 1866; copyrighted in 1868] Claribel (pseud. for Mrs. Charlotte [Alington] Barnard, 1830-1869) Claribel (pseud. for Mrs. Charlotte [Alington] Barnard, 1830-1869)
Dear Land of My Fathers or Columbia Is Mine [aka Columbia's Mine!] [4 Jun] Bernard Covert Bernard Covert
Don't Give Up the Ship [14 Apr] J. W. Tucker Leonard Marshall
General Grant's the Man (Campaign Song) Saul Ser-trew Saul Ser-trew
Grant-- A Nation's Hero (A Soldier's Chief, A Nation's Chief) (Campaign Song & Chorus) William T. Rogers William T. Rogers
Grant-ed (Campaign Song) Mrs. Mary Ann Kidder Mrs. Druer, formerly Mrs. E. A. Parkhurst, 1836-1918
Grant, Our Great Commander (Campaign Song) Maj. J. Barton Bernard Covert
Grant, The Daring the Lion Hearted (Shall Be Our Watchword) (Song and Chorus) anonymous anonymous; Arranged by M. A. X
Hail! Beautiful Banner! [28 Jan] Maria Straub S. W. Straub
I Aint a Going to Tell (Song and Dance) anon. J. Tannenbaum
I Cannot Sing the Old Songs (Ballad) Claribel, (pseud. for Mrs. Charlotte [Alington] Barnard, 1830-1869) Claribel, (pseud. for Mrs. Charlotte [Alington] Barnard, 1830-1869)
Julia Stout (The Celebrated Song & Dance) Eddie Fox W. Carroll
K. K. K., Ku, Klux Klan (Comic Song) David A. Warden David A. Warden
Maggie's Answer
(in response to When You and I Were Young, Maggie)
James Austin Butterfield, 1837-1891 James Austin Butterfield, 1837-1891
Many Many Leagues at Sea from Arthur's Home Magazine by F. H. Staugger George A. Mietzke, 1838-1917, Opus 45
Mollie Graem (Song with Chorus) John Hugh McNaughton, 1829-1891 John Hugh McNaughton, 1829-1891
Nobody's Child E. D. Gussie Estabrook
Oh, I'm as Happy as a Young Spring Chicken (No. 1 from Fred Wilson's Songs) T. E. N. T. E. N.
On the Beach at Long Beach (No. 1 from Serio Comic Songs) William Lingard William Lingard
"Pop, Pop, Pop," or Sparking Wine (No. 3 from Johnny Allen's Songs & Dances) Johnny Allen Johnny Allen
Reconstruction! Grand March none Charles Young
She Is a Winsome Wee Thing Robert Burns, 1759-1796 George A. Mietzke, 1838-1917
The Big Sun Flower (Song) Frank Musgrave Franl Musgrave
The Carpet-Bagger T. E. Garrett, Esq. Alfred von Rochow
The Castle Beyond the Town (A Song) L. C. Strong Thomas Spencer Lloyd
The Grand Army (Song & Chorus) Harrison Millard, 1830-1895 Harrison Millard, 1830-1895
The White Man's Banner (Seymour and Blair's Campaign Song) F. M. Bigney Theodore von La Hache
We'll Vote Against the Terrible Men (aka We'll Show You When We Come to Vote) (The Great Woman's Suffrage) (Song and Chorus) Frank Howard (pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884) Frank Howard (pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884)
1869
Beautiful Bells (from IXION; or, The Man at the Wheel, a burlesque, mythical Greek extravaganza) George Cooper, 1840-1927 Melody by Michael Connelly; Arranged by W. F. Wellman, Jr.
Bourbon Bob (Champagne Charlie's Brother) [Comic Song (with Chorus, ad lib.)] Saul Ser-trew Rollin Howard
Cora Carr (A Charming Song and Chorus) Glencairn F. W. Schmidt
Crossing on the Ferry (Comic Song for Gentlemen with mixed Chorus ad libitum) Bobby Newcomb Bobby Newcomb
Down in the Valley Where the Daisies Grow (No. 1 from Songs and Ballads Sung by D. S. Wambold) H. Hunter A. Nish
Fannie Powers (Song & Dance) Eddie Fox Eddie Fox
Gates Ajar (Descriptive Ballad) anon. Gussie Estabrook
Get Out of the Wilderness and Dixie's Land (as played by Capt. A. Menter and His American Cornet Band) anon. Arranged for Piano by Paul Jones
Gone Before (Answer to Ring the Bell Softly) Dexter Smith Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
He Talks Out In His Sleep (Song and Chorus) James W. Long James W. Long
How the Gates Came Ajar (Song & Chorus) Helen L. Bostwick Eastburn [pseud. for Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918]
I Fancied Her an Angel (No. 2 from Eddie Fox's Songs & Dances) Eddie Fox Eddie Fox; Arranged by C. F. Shattuck
In Olden Times When You and I Were Young (Song and Chorus) James W. Long James W. Long
Jolly Santa Claus Is Here George Cooper, 1838-1927 Harrison Millard, 1830-1895
Little Maggie May G. W. Moore Charles W. Blamphin; arr. for the Guitar by Charles Harris
My Blue-Eyed Jennie Bell (Song Ballad) Albert C. Warren Esq. E. G. B. Holder
Oh Mother! Take the Wheel Away [circa 1869] Claribel (pseud. for Mrs Charlotte Alington Barnard, 1830-1869) Claribel (pseud. for Mrs Charlotte Alington Barnard, 1830-1869)
Profit and Loss [5 Jun] Frank Howard [aka Delos Gardner Spaulding, 1833-1884] Frank Howard [aka Delos Gardner Spaulding, 1833-1884]
She Played on Nine Pianos (Song and Chorus) William Arlington George W. Brown
Shew! Fly, Don't Bother Me (Comic Song) Billy Reeves Frank Cambell; Arr. by Rollin Howard
Sweet Mollie Matilda Jane (3 Nov] John Reynolds John Reynolds
The Little Brown Jug Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918 Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
We'd Better Bide a Wee (No 6 from Garland of Songs) Claribel [Mrs. Charlotte (Alington) Bernard], 1830-1869 Claribel [Mrs. Charlotte (Alington) Bernard], 1830-1869
1870
Angel Nettie Bane [16 Aug] Frank Dumont Frederick B. Naylor
Beyond the Clouds (Song and Chorus) [circa 1870] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Birdie (Song) George Cooper Vienna Demorest
Birds in the Night (Lullaby) Lionel H. Lewin Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1842-1900
Buz Away Mosquito! Buz! Buz! from Horace M. O. S. Quito
Carry the News to Mary! (Great Sensation Song) Charles Howard Walter Bray; Arranged by Eddie Fox
Come In Old Adam, Come In! Alice Cary C. F. Shattuck
Darling Ones Comes from Above Frank Dumont Frederick B. Naylor
Dear Minnie Who Lives in the Mill Frank Dumont Frederick B. Naylor
Don't Drink My Boy Tonight (Song & Chorus) Linden L. Parr Linden L. Parr
Down by the Whispering Sea (Song and Chorus) Miss Annie Curtiss Justin Iuch
Dreaming Ever, Fondly Dreaming (Ballad & Chorus) [19 Jan] George Cooper, 1837-1927 Edwin Christie
Dying Alone [Song and Chorus] George Cooper, 1840-1927 Charles A. Fuller
Fantasie for Two Harps on Three Favorite Melodies
includes: The Harp That Once; Believe Me of All; The Minstrel Boy [NOTE: only the 1st Harp part is available]
none Edgar J. Browne, Op. 14
Grandfather's Daughter (Song and Chorus) [4 Oct] Laura Gywn Frank Howard [pseud. for Delos Gardner Spalding, 1833-1884]
Grandma's Dream [31 Dec] anon. Gussie Estabrook
Grandmother's Cot (Song & Chorus) [3 Nov] Emma F. Molloy Arthur Baker
Hang Up the Baby's Stocking (Song and Chorus) from the Little Corporal by Emily Huntington Miller, 1833-1913 Hiram Murray Higgins, 182?-1879
I Dreamt My Little Boy of Thee (Ballad in Reply to Put Me in My Little Bed) [circa 1870] Frank W. Green, Esq. Alfred Lee
Just Touch the Harp Gently My Pretty Louise Samuel N. Mitchell, 1846-1905 Charles Blamphin, 1830-1895
Kiss Me and I'll Go to Sleep or Forgive Me Father Dear, Forgive Me (Companion Song to the Popular Put Me in My Little Bed) anon. [Dexter Smith?] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Let Me Be! (aka Let Me Be? (An Eccentric Song and Dance) A. P. Chase Rollin Howard [pseud. for Ebenezer G. B. Holder, 1840-1879]
Mother's Room [12 Nov] Lily Lovette James Ramsey Murray, 1841-1905
Never Push a Man Going Down Hill [Song and Chorus] Eph. Horn, Jr. Eph. Horn, Jr.; arranged by C. T. Dondore
Only Love Can Tell (Song) [circa 1870s] B. S. Montgomery Berthold Tours, 1838-1897
Our Freddie Died This Morning (Song and Chorus) (aka, Our Willie Died This Morning [1878] Samuel N. Mitchell, 1847-1905 William A. Huntley
Put Me in My Little Bed (No. 1 from Three Beautiful Home Songs) Dexter Smith Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Ridin' in the Street Cars Fred. Wilson Fred. Wilson
Sadie Ray (Song and Chorus) Samuel N. Mitchell, 1847-1905 J. Tannenbaum
Specie Payment (A Song and Chorus for the Times) George Cooper, 1838-1927 Harry Miller
Take Me From My Little Bed (Companion to Put Me in My Little Bed) [5 Dec] Arthur Harrison A. W. Havens
The Belle of the Opera Miss Lizzie Garrison Alfred von Rochow
The Fly Couldn't Help It (Serio Comic Song with Chorus) George Cooper, 1837-1927 Charles E. Pratt
The Kingdom of God [Tune: Russian Hymn] Henry Fothergill Chorley (1808-1872), 1842; and Rev. John Ellerton (1826-1893), 1870 Alexis Feodorovitch (also Fyodorovich) Lvov (also spelled Lwoff), (1798 or 1799-1870 or 1871), 1833
The Niggardly Nigger Harry Hunter Vincent Davies
We Shall Know Each Other There (Answer to Shall We Know Each Other There) [14 Oct] Francis Jane Crosby, 1820-1915 William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
When We Pass the Crystal River [29 Dec] John R. Goodwin J. M. Ransom
1871
A Little Crib Beside the Bed (Song and Chorus) Miriam Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
Apple of My Eye (No. 6 from Delehanty & Hengler's Songs & Dances) William H. Delehanty William H. Delehanty; arranged by Edward Beyer
Daughters of Freedom! The Ballot Be Yours George Cooper, 1838-1927 Edwin Pearce Christie [sp? Christy], 1815-1862
Don't Be Angry With Me, Darling (Song and Chorus) (Answer to I Am Not Angry With You, Dearest) (Companion to Why So Sad, My Precious Darling?) W. L. Gardner H. P. Danks
Good Bye, Liza Jane anon. anon.; Arr. by Eddie Fox
Good Enough for Me George Cooper, 1840-1927 Charles E. Pratt
Halloo, Johnny! Halloo, Yank! or, Along the Picket Line (Song and Chorus) L. L. Ross L. L. Ross
Jerusalem the Golden Jason Mason Neale M. F. H. Smith
List, Boys, the Bell Is Ringing! (A School Song) Samuel N. Mitchell, 1847-1905 Rev. Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914
Mary Darling, Mary Dear from the Waverly Magazine Bernard Covert
Moet and Chandon (Sequel to Champagne Charlie) H. Hurrille George Leybourne
Please Let My Brother Go (Song and Chorus) (No. 4 from Wreath Songs) Dexter Smith Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Put Yourself in His Place (Song and Chorus ad lib.) anon. Rollin Howard
Remember Me (Ballad) [27 Jul] anonymous Bernard Covert
Reuben and Rachel (Comic Duett) Harry Birch William Gooch
The Blue and the Gray anon. from the Atlantic Monthly James W. Long
The End of the World or the Millennium Thornton Thornton
The Wonderful Musician [1 Aug] Walter Greenaway Esq. Vincent Davies
Up Among the Mountains (Admired Welsh Song) William Dowing Evans, 1811-1897 James Conway Brown, 1838-1908
Wake Now the Song of Glory Captain J. M. Ransom, Chaplain, U.S.A. Reverend Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914
We're Going Home (Hymn) [Mrs.] Francis "Fanny" Jane Crosby [Van Alstyne], 1820-1915 William Batchelder Bradbury, 1816-1868
Where the Woodland Birdlings Warble (Song) [5 Jul] Delos Gardner Spaulding, 1833-1884 Delos Gardner Spaulding, 1833-1884
Willie's Ship [6 Dec] Rea Berthold Tours, 1838-1897
1872
A Starry Night for a Ramble (No. 3 from Mr. J. H. Milburn's Musical Bouquet) George T. Evans Samuel Bagmall
Bedouin Song Bayard Taylor, 1825-1878 Alfred Humphries Pease, 1838-1882
Birdie's Lament (Sequel to Put Me in My Little Bed) M. S. Crawford George T. Evans
Brace Up! or Have You Heard the News? James E. Stewart James E. Stewart
Can I Call Her Darling (Ballad Song and Chorus) [27 May?] Henry A. Coard Henry A. Coard
Coming Home (Beautiful Song and Chorus) Josephine Pollard George W. Persley
Darling, I Am Lonly Now (Song and Chorus) James E. Stewart James E. Stewart
Dolly Varden (Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 Charles E. Pratt
Fairest of the Fair! (Song and Dance) [Dec 10] Mrs. Lewis Benedict W. S. Milton
Far From Home (Song) George Cooper, 1840-1927 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892; Arranged by William Gooch
Festival Hymn (for the World's Musical Jubilee of 1872) Dudley Buck, 1839-1909 Dudley Buck, 1839-1909
Homeless To-Night! or Boston in Ashes [Song and Chorus] [Nov] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
I Am the Rose of Sharon (Duett and Quartette) [22 Nov] Francis (Fanny) Jane Crosby, 1820-1915 William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Increase of Crime J. C. J. Billy De Vere
Grandpa, Bless Your Little Nell Con. F. Murphy Con. F. Murphy
Loving Hearts; or, Happy Faces Round You Mother (No. 2 from TWO CHILDREN SONGS) Sam Booth George T. Evans
Make Believe I'm Dreaming (Ballad) George Cooper, 1838-1927 Violetta
Mother, Oh! Sing Me to Rest (Op. 10, No. 3) (No. 12 from 2nd Series -- Flower of Germany: A Collection of Popular Songs with English & German Words) [original German words by] Robert Franz (Knauth), 1815-1892; English words by Dr. William J. Wetmore Robert Franz (Knauth), 1815-1892
Musical Hash on Old Tunes: Medley for the Piano, Book 1
Containing:
  1. Bonnie Doon,
  2. What is Home Without a Mother,
  3. Maryland My Maryland,
  4. Pop Goes the Weasel,
  5. Hand Organ Polka,
  6. Bold Soldier [Soger] Boy,
  7. Oh Susanna,
  8. America,
  9. Rejoice,
  10. Rainer Family March,
  11. Stop Dat Knocking,
  12. Ben Bolt,
  13. Old Rosin the Beau,
  14. The Fairy Boy,
  15. Auld Lang Syne,
  16. Come O Come With Me,
  17. Come With the Gypsy Bride,
  18. Flow Gently Sweet Afron,
  19. Sing Darkies Sing,
  20. Lucy Long,
  21. There Is a Happy Land,
  22. [and] Life Let Us Cherish
none various; Arranged by Edward Mack, 1826-1882
One Good Term Deserves Another (Song and Chorus) Grace Carelton Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
The Absurdity of It (Comic Song with Chorus ad lib.) C. H. Webb L. Scofield
The Firm, the Just and the Brave! William Adolphus Clark F. A. Strauss
The Old Crow, or "Build Your Nest Low!" H. C. L. Faustina Hasse Hodges
The Old Home Aint What It Used to Be (companion song to The Old Folks at Home as sung by the original Georgia Minstrels) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
The Whippoorwill (Song and Chorus) [claimed 1871] Thomas Gregg M. H. McChesney
'Twas But a Dream (Ballad) Lydia B. Smith Berthold Tours, 1838-1897
You Never Miss the Water Till the Well Runs Dry Harry Linn Rollin Howard
We Sat By the River Claribel [pseud. for Mrs. Charlotte Alington Barnard, 1830-1869] Claribel [pseud. for Mrs. Charlotte Alington Barnard, 1830-1869]
1873
Across the Far Blue Hills Marie (No. 1 from TWO SONGS) Fred Weatherly G. W. Marston
Avoirdupois (Song and Dance) Frank Dumont Frank Dumont
Bonnie Sweet Bessie the Maid o' Dundee (No. 2 of 23 from Songs of J. J. Gilbert) J. L. Gilbert J. L. Gilbert
Childhood's Hours (No. 43 from G. Schirmer's Edition of Standard and Favorite German Vocal Duets with English translations) F. W. Rosier Karl August Krebs, 1804-1880; Arranged by F. W. Rosier
Coming Down the Stair (Ballad and Chorus) [30 Oct] Edith Moore Violetta
For Ever (A Monody) William Downing Evans, 1811-1897 Melody by William Downing Evans, 1811-1897; Arranged by George Rogers
Good Sweet Ham (End Song) Henry Hart Melody by Henry Hart; Arr. by James E. Stewart
Grandmother's Eyes [16 Mar] C. C. Haskins M. H. McChesney
Home on the Range [Dec.] Dr. Brewster M. Higley, 1823-1911 Daniel E. Kelly, 1843-1905
I'se Gwine Back to Dixie Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
I Want to See the Old Home (Song and Chorus) Frank Dumont James E. Stewart
Little Darling (Song and Chorus) Samuel N. Mitchell, 1837-1905 Hart Pease Danks, 1847-1903
Lost Hours (Ballad) Boscawen Violetta
Mamma, Come Sing Me to Sleep [Song and Chorus] Samuel N. Mitchell William A. Huntley
Minnie of the Dell Frances Jane Crosby G. P. Benjamin
No Father, No Mother (Song and Chorus) Samuel N. Mitchell, 1847-1905 Hart Pease Danks, 1834-1903
No More Brown Jugs for Me! (Reply to the famous song "The Little Brown Jug") Dexter Smith Dexter Smith
Oh! How'dy Do Aunt Susie? or Way Down in Georgia (aka How D'y Do, Aunt Susie? or Down in Georgia) (Cal Wagner's Great Plantation Song) Frank Dumont James E. Stewart
Opening the Golden Doors (Song and Chorus) (Answer to How the Gates Came Ajar Albert D. Hill Charles D. Blake
Put My Little Shoes Away [Solo and SATB Chorus] Samuel N. Mitchell Charles E. Pratt
The Animal Quartett (Thier Quartett) [24 May] J. Brixner J. Brixner; Arr. Carl Kerssen
The Gates Forever Open (Song & Chorus) (Response to How the Gates Came Ajar [1869, music also by Eastburn]) M. W. Hackelton Eastburn [pseud. for Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918]
The Trophy of Wales (National Song) William Downing Evans, 1811-1897 Ralph Horner, 1848-1926
The War Call (Y-GAD-LEF) (Scena for Tenor Voice) Welsh words by Llew Lwyvo; English words by William Downing Evans, 1811-1897 David Emlyn Evans, 1843-1913
The Way-side Chapel (Reverie for the Piano) (Op. 42) none G. D. Wilson
Tim Flaherty (aka Tim Flaeherty) (Irish Song) Baker and Faron Baker and Faron
When the Tide Comes In (Descriptive Song) (for Soprano or Tenor) H. Ashland Kean Harrison Millard, 1830-1895
1874
A Toast for Lord Tredegar William Downing Evans, 1811-1897 William Downing Evans, 1811-1897; Arranged by James Conway Brown, 1838-1908
Angel Visits (Marceau de Salon) (aka Angels['] Visits) none Charles Kinkle
Barbara Frietchie (Descriptive Song) John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892 Elizabeth Sloman
Crimson Roses Gem the Heather Mrs. Caroline Dana Howe William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Friendless and Sad (Song and Chorus [31 Dec] Elmer Ruan Coates Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
I Want to See Mama Once More George Cooper, 1840-1927 Edward Mack, 1826-1882
It Reminds Me, My Love One, of Thee (Ballad) [7 May] George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892 George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Jessie Green (Song and Chorus) Edith Moore Violetta
Little Lone Mary (Song and Chorus) Grace Carelton Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
Lullaby James W. Long James W. Long
Major Ben (Comic Song) [9 May] Benjamin Dodge George W. Persey
Oh! Dat Watermelon Luke Schoolcraft Luke Schoolcraft; Arr. by John Braham
Open the Gates as High as the Sky (Song and Chorus) George Cooper Edward Mack
Over the Hill to the Poor House George L. Catlin David Braham, 1838-1905
Popping Corn (No. 22 from Comic and Humourous Songs) Augustus Loumey Augustus Loumey
Put Away the Empty Cradle (Song) T. O. Crawford T. O. Crawford; Arranged by W. Carmichael
Send for Mother, Birdie's Dying (Song and Chorus) George Cooper, 1838-1927 Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
Shine On Luke Schoolcraft Luke Schoolcraft; Arr. by John Braham
Sweet Katie, the Pride of Tralee (Song & Chorus) J. W. Turner Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
The Alabama Blossoms (Song and Dance) Frank Dumont Melody by Frank Dumont; Arr. by James E. Stewart
The Pig Duet H. Hunter Rollin Howard
The Pretty Girl of Roncevert (Song) Thomas C. Thackston Charles E. Pratt
The Thanksgiving Song Jolly Nash Jolly Nash; Arranged by John Braham
Too Thin; or, Darwin's Little Joke Grace Carleton O'Rangoutang
Trabling Back to Georgia Arthur W. French Charles D. Blake
Wont You Buy My Pretty Flowers? Arthur W. French George W. Persley
1875
Ah, This Old Woman (Comic Duet) George W. Tyron, Jr. George W. Tyron, Jr.
Angel Gabriel (End Song) Frank Dumont James E. Stewart
Beautiful Caroline (No. 1 from Wayne and Lovely's Original Songs and Dances) Burt Wayne Burt Wayne
Buck Skin Sam Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Carve Dat Possum [19 Oct] Samuel Lucas, 1848-1916 Samuel Lucas, 1848-1916; Arr. Herbert Hershy
De Day I Was Set Free! (No. 6 from Sam Lucas' Great Songs) Samuel Lucas, 1848-1916 Samuel Lucas, 1848-1916
I'll Be Dar (Plantation Song) Charles Benedict Charles Benedict
Little Mollie Brown (Song and Chorus) [4 Apr] Arthur W. French Charles D. Blake
Lo! A Star Shone in the East (Quartette for Mixed Voices) George Cooper, 1838-1927 Violetta
Molly Moriarty Lionel De Meyer Lionel De Meyer
Mother! Oh, Mother, Sing Me to Rest (No. 2 from 5 Original Songs) Emma Dahl, 1819-1896 Emma Dahl, 1819-1896
Is My Darling True to Me? George Cooper, 1840-1827 Charles E. Pratt
My Ole Home in Alabama 'fo' de War (Song and Chorus) John T. Rutledge H. P. Danks
Offertoire in D (from Stearns' Collection No. 1) none George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
One Day (Ballad) (No. 1 from Favorite Songs by Marion) Marion [Florence?] Marion [Florence?]
One Hundred Years Ago (aka 100 Years Ago) (Song and Chorus) Robert Challoner Robert Challoner
Sing Me to Sleep, Mother (Song and Chorus) Frank Dumont James E. Steward
Six Miserable Ruffians (Song and Chorus) (from the romantic extravaganza Evangeline) J. Cheever Goodwin E. E. Rice
Softly Tread, My Nellie's Sleeping Miss Maggie Smith Edward Mack, 1826-1882
St. Joseph's Distribution March none Dr. Henry Dielman, 1811-1882
The Men of '76 (Centennial Song and Chorus) George Cooper, 1838-1927 Harrison Millard, 1830-1895
The Golden Grain Was Waving James M. Sayles James M. Sayles
The Old Log Hut, or The Future's But a Dream (Song and Chorus) (c1875; copyright 1876) partly written by Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918 Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
The Old Sweet Story (Ballad) Samuel K. Cowan, M.A. Alfred Scott Gatty, 1847-1918
The Shaughraun (Waltz) (On Irish melodies from the "Shaughraun" music)
containing: Intro, Arran Moork; (1)The Coulin, The Princess Royal; (2) Blind Mary, The Low-Backed Car; (3) Cushla Ma Chree (The Wake Scene), The Gentle Maiden; and (4) The Jug of Punch
none Thomas Baker
The Witches Flight (Galop Caprice) none H. M. Russell [Henry Russell?, 1812-1900]
The Working-Man's Soliloquy (Song and Chorus) [22 Feb] Louis P. Marto Alfred P. Cobbin
Twickenham Ferry (River Song) Theophile Marzials Theophile Marzials
Washington Hymn (for the Centennial Celebration) Xaver Riedl William H. Pommer
When the Roses Bloom Joseph M. Sayles Joseph M. Sayles
1876
A Valentine L. E. R. J. A. van Kuren
All in a Hundred Years [Song and Chorus] Arline Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
America and France! George Cooper, 1838-1827 Harrison Millard, 1830-1895
Angels Are Near, or The Mother's Prayer (Ballad for Mezzo-Soprano, Alto or Baritone) Howard Clover Howard Clover
Brooklyn Fire, or Weeping for Lost Ones (Song and Chorus) George Cooper, 1838-1927 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Centennial Hymn [10 May] John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892 John Knowles Paine, 1839-1906
Centennial Cantata (The Centennial Meditation of Columbia - A Cantata) [10 May] Sidney Clopton Lanier, 1842-1881 Dudley Buck, 1839-1909
Coaching to Pelham (Song and Chorus) W. A. Armstrong Charles E. Pratt
Cock of the Walk Am I (End Song) Harry Banks Harry Banks
Come Once Again (Song and Chorus) George S. Weeks George S. Weeks
Dem Good Ole Days Afo De War (No. 1 from Songs of the New Olreans Troubadours) Samuel N. Mitchell Charlie Baker; adapted by Walter Neville
No Night There (Song and Chorus) Walter Kittredge, 1834-1905 Walter Kittredge, 1834-1905
Centennial Ode of Welcome Colonel Thomas C. MacDowell H. C. Orth
Christmas Time (from G. P. Benjamin's CHRISTMAS CANTATA G. P. Benjamin G. P. Benjamin
Good-bye, Uncle Caleb (A Centennial Song) Walter Kittredge, 1834-1905 Walter Kittredge, 1834-1905
I Would Like to See Ole Massa's Face Again [Song and Chorus] John T. Rutledge John T. Rutledge
I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen (Song & Chorus) [March] Thomas Payne Westendorf, 1848-1923 Thomas Payne Westendorf, 1848-1923
In the Happy Olden Time! (No. 2 from Popular Compostions by Rosabel Rosabel Rosabel
Little Jessie (Song and Chorus) S. G. S. W. L. Hobbs
Lullaby, O Baby Dear Rev. Dr. I. T. Wheat L. P. Wheat
'Mid Flame and Smoke (Descriptive Song) J. W. Turner J. W. Turner
My Valentine Mary D. Brine Richard Goerdeler
Nightingale, Sing Me to Rest (Song and Chorus) Julian O. Schultz Julian O. Schultz
Old Aunt Jemima James Grace James Grace; Arranged for Banjo by Charles C. Dobson
Poor Old Uncle Rufe Harry Bloodgood Melody by James Maas; Arr. by John Braham
Requiem (to the Memory of General George Armstrong Custer) none Charles Glover, 1797-1868
See That My Grave's Kept Green (Song and Chorus) Gus. Williams Gus. Williams
Since I Saw de Cotton Grow Frank Dumont Frank Dumont
That Banner A Hundred Years Old B. Devere Eddie Fox
The Banjo Now Hangs Silent on the Door (Song and Chorus) Jerry D. McCarthy Melody by Jerry D. McCarthy; Arranged and Harmonized by James M. Sayles
The Home of Uncle Joe (Song and Chorus) Arthur W. French George W. Persley
The Old Oak on the Hill (Song and Chorus) John T. Rutledge Hart Pease Danks, 1834-1903
The Old, Old Clock (Song and Chorus) Anonymous C. F. Shattuck
The Trumpet Sounds the Challenge James M. Sayles James M. Sayles
The Tunes I Whistled When a Boy (Ballad) Nellie Eyster H. C. Orth
To Rest Let Him Gently Be Laid (Companion to Over the Hill to the Poor House [1874]) (Song & Chorus) George Cooper, 1840-1927 David Braham, 1838-1905
Triumph of a Nations Age W. J. McGuire Edward Mack, 1826-1882
1877
A Lock of My Mother's Hair Frank Dumont Eddie Fox
After Twelve O'Clock Edward Austin Charles E. Pratt
Come O'er the Lake (Song and Chorus) H. G. Richmond Eddie Fox
'Deed I Has to Laugh (Plantation Cottage Scene) John Philip Sousa, 1854-1932 John Philip Sousa, 1854-1932
Down by the Mill Frank Dumont Eddie Fox
Dreaming and Drifting Arthur W. French C. M. Pyke
Good-by, Old Cabin Home Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Grandfather's Old Arm Chair [6 Apr] George Russell Jackson Sam Lucas
Growing Old Together, Love (Song and Chorus) Arline Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
Keep Dose Lamps A-Burnin' (Plantation Jubilee) (No. 3 from Max Vernor's Serio Comic Character Songs) Max Vernor Max Vernor
Letting the Old Cat Die! (Song and Chorus) Thomas P. Westendorf Thomas P. Westendorf
Little Daisy's Request (Mrs.) Arabella Margaret Root (Armitage), 1842-1904 (Mrs.) Arabella Margaret Root (Armitage), 1842-1904
My Darling Is Waiting for Me (Song and Chorus) Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918 Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
Phelim O'Toole Harry Banks Harry Banks
Prelude in D (from the Stearns' Collection No. 6) none George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Ring Ye Bell, a Merry Chime (Christmas Carol) John Keynton George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Sweet Visions of Childhood (Song and Chorus) John Keynton Charles E. Pratt; Arr. by J. H. Ross
The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (Comic Medley Extravaganza) [No. 7 from Howard Clifton's Latest Songs] Howard Clifton Howard Clifton
The Celebrated Chop Waltz (Solo for Pianoforte) (with piano-accordion accompaniment) [3 Feb] none Arthur de Lulli (alias for Euphemia Allen, 1861-1949
The Fisherman's Glee anonymous A. C. Gutterson
The Last Hymn Marianne Farningham [pseud. for Marianne Hearn, 1834-1909] J. W. Hicks
The Lost Chord [quartet version] Adelaide Procter, 1825-1864 Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1842-1900
The Magic Glass (Opus 31) Charles Swain John Philip Sousa
The Old Farmer (Song for Bass) Joseph Dunbar Joseph Dunbar
The Water-Mill or the Mill Will Never Grind With the Water That Has Past (No. 3 from Favorite Songs by Eddie Fox) General Daniel Craig McCallum, 1815-1878 Eddie Fox
Twilight Is Falling (Hymn) Aldine Sillman Kieffer, 1840-1904 Benjamn Carl Unseld, 18??-1923
1878
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny [5 Aug] James Allen Bland, 1854-1911 James Allen Bland, 1854-1911
De Gospel Raft Frank Dumont Frank Dumont; Arr. by Charles Baker
Emmet's Lullaby (from Fritz, Our Cousin-German) Joseph K. Emmet Joseph K. Emmet
Grandfather's Chaise Hiram T. Merrill Hiram T. Merrill
Grandfather's Mill (Song and Chorus) William M. Cook William M. Cook
Grandmother's Clock Jno. F. Cowan and[or?] Alice Dale George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Grandmother's Clock Joseph P. Skelly Jospeh P. Skelly
Little Mollie Brown! Arthur W. French Fred. ter Linden
Little Stockings by the Fire J. Cheever Goodwin J. L. Gilbert
McCarthy's Boarding House (Comic Song and Chorus) (No. 2 from Latest Sentimental, Comic & Negro Songs By The Popular Thomas E. Powers) Thomas E. Powers Thomas E. Powers
Meow Marier (The Celebrated Cat Song) Ned Sletwa John Read
Moonlight on the Lake [combined arr. for Mixed and Male Voices with two pianos] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
My Grandfather's Cane! (aka My Grand Fathers Cane) (Song and Chorus) Harry Banks Harry Banks
My Grandmother's Chair (Song and Chorus) Colin Coe Colin Coe
My Grandmother's Clock (Song and Chorus) Herbert Wallace Herbert Wallace
My Grandmother's Watch Frank Conway Frank Conway
National Thanksgiving Hymn John Keynton George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Nearing the Land of Beauty Rosa P. Tubbs Rosa P. Tubbs
Of Thee I Dream [22 Jul] Charles William Everest, 1814-1877 Charles William Everest, 1814-1877
Oh, Dinna Ye Forget; or, The One Who Lo'es Ye (Mrs.) Arabella Margaret Root (Armitage), 1842-1904 (Mrs.) Arabella Margaret Root (Armitage), 1842-1904
Remember the Poor Sufferers of the South (Song and Chorus) Alice Dale George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Since Grandfather Died Charlie Baker Charlie Baker
Thanksgiving Anthem ("Swell the Anthem, Raise the Song") anon. from Hymn book Theodore T. Crane
That Game of Poker! (Song and Chorus) Charles MacEvoy Charles MacEvoy
The Bugle Song [24 Jan] Alfred, Lord Tennison, 1809-1892 (from the poem "The Splendor Falls") Franz Petersilea
The Fisherman's Daughter [No 15 from Favorite Songs by Popular Composers] Samuel Lover, 1797-1868 Samuel Lover, 1797-1868; Arranged [for Piano] by F. Opel
The Land Where the Cotton Blossoms Grow (Song and Chorus) Thomas P. Westendorf, 1848-1923 George W. Persley
The Landlord's Daughter (Bass Song) [translated] from the German by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1807-1882 William Herbert Jude, 1851-1922
The Little Street Mackerel (Song and Chorus) Annie Rivers Moseley Annie Rivers Moseley
To Thy Heart O Take Me Back (aka To Thy Heart Oh Take Me Back) (Song and Chorus) C. M. Crosby C. M. Crosby
Trusting (Sacred Song for Tenor or Soprano with Chorus ad lib.) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892; arranged for piano by William Gooch
Uncle Remus' Revival Hymn anonymous W. C. Hill
Uncle Tom's Farewell E. A. Benson E. A. Benson
Uncle Tom's Lament, or, You'll Miss Me Darling Chloe (Song & Chorus) George Thatcher William S. Mullaly
Waiting for Her Sailor Lad (Mrs.) Arabella Margaret Root (Armitage), 1842-1904 (Mrs.) Arabella Margaret Root (Armitage), 1842-1904
1879
Across the Dark Valley (Vocal Duet with Chorus Ad lib.) Thomas Payne Westendorf, 1848-1923 George W. Persley
Around the World for Grant Col. H.B. Carrington, U.S.A Rev. Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914
Columbia (A New National Song) [November] Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore, 1839-1892 Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore, 1839-1892
Come Birdie Come (Quartett, for Mixed Voices) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892; arranged by William Gooch
Don't Tell Papa! (Song and Chorus) John Keynton Charles E. Pratt
Ev'ry Day Gwine to Be Sunday (aka Every Day Is Going to Be Sunday) (End Song and Chorus) anonymous John T. Rutledge; Arranged by W.
Grandfather's Home (aka Grand-Fathers Home) (Ballad with Chorus) D. W. Nesfield "Far West"
Grandmother's Old Easy Chair (Song and Chorus) Bert. G. Bickmore Bert. G. Bickmore
Homeless To-Night! (No. 2 from C. A. White's Home Songs) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
I am the very model of a modern Major-General (from Act 1 of the Operetta The Pirates of Penzance; or, The Slave of Duty [30 Dec] William Schwenck Gilbert, 1836-1911 Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1842-1900
I Wore Your Roses Yesterday (Opus 29, No. 2, from FOUR SONGS Celia Thaxter John Knowles Paine, 1839-1906
I'm Going Home to Clo (Song and Chorus) Samuel N. Mitchell, 1847-1905 William A. Huntley
I'm Trab'ling Back Again (Song & Chorus) O. F. Berdan O. F. Berdan
In the Morning By the Bright Light (A Famous End Song) James Allen Bland, 1854-1911 James Allen Bland, 1854-1911
It's Nice to Go A Shopping (Song & Chorus) (No. 5 from MOLINEAX BOUQUET) Illion Daveau Linden L. Parr
My Presence Shall Go With Thee [Hymn: 7.7.7.6. With Refrain 7.6.7.6] (#105 from Song Treasury: A Collection of Songs and Music, etc. by J. H. Kurzenknabe) Elizabeth Jane (Lizzie) Ashbaugh, 1840-1900+ Frank Marion Davis, 1839-1896
My Grandpa's Advice (Song and Chorus) Frank Dumont Will L. Thompson
My Lady John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892 [from The Henchman, 1877] George L. Osgood
My Little Queen (Song and Chorus) "Macy" O. F. Berdan
My Visit to the Opera Joseph P. Skelly Joseph P. Skelly
No Home To-night [7 Oct] Francis (Fannie) Jane Crosby, 1820-1915 William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Oh, Dem Golden Slippers! James Allen Bland, 1854-1911 James Allen Bland, 1854-1911; Arr. by F. Louis
Pass Down the Centre (Plantation or End Song) Frank Howard [alias for Delos Gardner Spaulding (1833-1884)] Frank Howard [alias for Delos Gardner Spaulding (1833-1884)]
Put On My Long White Robe (Song and Chorus) (No. 3 from Sam Lucas' 3 Great Songs) Sam Lucas Sam Lucas
Robin, Sweet Robin George Cooper, 1840-1927 Mrs. F. T. Earle
Scraping Cotton; or, Pull For De End Ob De Row" (End Song) O. F. Berdan O. F. Berdan
Song of the Whippoorwill (Quartette for Mixed Voices) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Summer's Evening Scandal (Serio-Comic Solo and Quartette) C. C. Harkins W. B. Richardson
The Forty Acre Farm (Song and Chorus) Johnathon D. Yates Collin Coe
The Little Blind Match Maker (Song and Duet) M. E. Golding Will L. Thompson
The Mixed Twins (Comic Banjo Song) S. S. Stewart John McCollum
The Sweetest Flower of All George Cooper, 1840-1927 Charles E. Pratt
Tu-Ri-Ad-I-Lum or Santa Claus Has Come (No. 1 from, Songs from the Comic Play The Mulligan's Guard Christmas) Edward Harrigan, 1844-1911 David Braham, 1834-1905
Washington and the Flag (A National Anthem) Col. Henry B. Carrington, U.S.A. Henry S. Thompson, Boston; Arranged and Harmonized by Benjamin Owen, Chicago
When De Boss Am Gone Away (Plantation Sketch) (No. 5 from Songs from Berdan's Music Publishing House) O. F. Berdan O. F. Berdan
When We Meet in the Sweet Bye and Bye (No. 2 from Sam Lucas' 3 Great Songs) Samuel Lucas, 1848-1916 Samuel Lucas, 1848-1916
1880
America Girl Fourth of July! Colonel Waldron Shear Colonel Waldron Shear; Arranged by H. M. Bosworth
Cradle's Empty, Baby's Gone (Song and Chorus) Harry Kennedy Harry Kennedy
De Golden Wedding James Allen Bland, 1854-1911 James Allen Bland, 1854-1911; Arr. by J[ames?]. H. W[heeler?].
Dese Bones Shall Rise Again (Jubilee Song & Chorus) George W. Scott George W. Scott
God Bless Our Glorious Land (Natonal Anthem) [20 Aug] Sam Booth George T. Evans
Goldilocks, Grandpa's Darling Mrs. A. Elmore Joseph P. Skelly
Grand-Father's Cane (Song and Chorus) Theodore D. C. Miller, M.D. William Warren Bentley
Grand-Mother's Eyes Have Grown Dim (Sacred Song and Chorus) Theodore D. C. Miller, M.D. William Warren Bentley
Grandma's Old Arm-Chair (Known as Granny's Old Arm-Chair) (Song and Chorus) anon. Frank B. Carr
Grandmother's Bible (Ballad) Joseph P. Skelly Joseph P. Skelly
Grandmother's Chair John Read John Read; Arr. by Dr. W. J. Wetmore
Grandmother's Waiting (Song and Chorus) [3 Jul] Eben E. Rexford W. Irving Hartshorne
Grandmother Tells a Ghost-Story (from Kinderleben [Scenes from Childhood], Op. 81, Bk. II, No. 3) none Theodor Kullak; Revised by Karl Klauser
I'll Rock Me to Sleep in My Grandmother's Chair (Song and Chorus) [29 Aug] John B. Shaw Edward Holst
I'se Happy Night and Day (Plantation Song and Chorus) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
I Can't Forget the Happy Past (Song and Chorus) Joseph P. Skelly, 1856-1895 Joseph P. Skelly, 1856-1895
Little Spark (Song) Cornelius Everest, 1820-1885+ Cornelius Everest, 1820-1885+
My Angel Nina Cornelius Everest, 1820-1885+ Cornelius Everest, 1820-1885+
My Cigarette from the Harvard College Crimson Armand Edward Blackmar, 1826-1888
Our School Boy Days (Song and Chorus) G. H. Goodwin G. H. Goodwin
Sally Mackenally W. H. Delehanty W. H. Delehanty
Strew Flowers Above the Noble Dead! (National Ode for Decoration Day) [aka Memorial Day (30 May)] [May] John Keynton George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Thanksgiving Ode (No. 3 from Music for the Sanctuary. Second Series.) Hon. E. L. Fancher Walter R. Johnston, Opus 37
The Flag Without One Stain (Centennial Hymn) (No. 2 from Centennial Quartetts) [5 Jun] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
The Picture on the Wall (Song & Chorus) Joseph P. Skelly Joseph P. Skelly
The Sabbath Bell [Hymn] (from The (Enlarged) Morning Light!) John McCabe J. F. Fargo
The Three Little Pigs (Comic Song) [ca. 1880s] Alfred Scott Gatty, 1847-1918 Alfred Scott Gatty, 1847-1918
The Tune the Old Cow Died On George Russell Jackson Joseph Eastburn Winner, 1837-1918
Tot's Lullaby (from Joshua Whitcomb) Denman Thompson Walter Gale
1881
Blow de Golden Trumpet (Song) Frank B. Converse Frank B. Converse
Cindy Jane, or Lucinda Jane (Jubilee Song) Charles Connolly Charles Connolly
Come Along Sinners M. H. Rosenfeld M. H. Rosenfeld
Good-Bye! G. J. Whyte-Melville; Edited by J. H. C. of New-York Franceso Paolo Tosti, 1846-1916
I Am Grandma's Darling [9 Mar] Mrs. A. Elmore Joseph P. Skelly
Job Gray, and Friend Paul (Duet for Male Voices) [27 Jul] Rev. Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914 Rev. Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914
Leave Me Not in Anger (Song and Chorus) (Companion to Call Me Back Again) Thomas Payne Westendorf, 1848-1923 George W. Persley
Little Mollie Brown (Song and Chorus) Arthur W. French W. S. Milton
Lost (Ballad) C. B. Lewis Marion
Lullaby Baby Upon a Tree Top (Children's Song) anonymous Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Lurline, Do You Think of Me Now? (Song and Chorus) H. M. Estabrooke H. M. Estabrooke
Major Gilfeather (Song from the play The Major) Edward Harrigan, 1845-1911 David Braham, 1838-1905
Nearer, My God, to Thee (Solo, with Chorus for Mixed and for Male Voices) [Feb] [Mrs.] Sarah Adams [Flowers], 1859 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Ole Nicker Demus 'De Ruler ob de Jews' (from Two Favorite Songs) Samuel Lucas, 1848-1916 Samuel Lucas, 1848-1916
Say One Little Prayer for Mother Eddie Fox Eddie Fox
Shall Women Vote (aka Query? Shall Women Vote?) [8 Jul] Jospeph D. Payne Arranged by Frank Boylen
Sleep and Dream (Serenade for Male Voices) George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892 George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Slowly and Mournfully Cornelius Everest, 1820-1885+ Cornelius Everest, 1820-1885+
Slowly and Sadly (President Garfield Memorial Tribute) (Mrs.) Arabella Margaret Root (Armitage), 1842-1904 (Mrs.) Arabella Margaret Root (Armitage), 1842-1904
The Dear Old Farm (Song & Chorus) Robinson Sisters Robinson Sisters
The Leonora Grand March (Banjo Quartette No. 1) none S. S. Stewart
The Old Kitchen Door (No. 4 from 5 New Songs by Eddie Fox) Eddie Fox Eddie Fox
The Old Village Pastor (Song and Chorus) Willis Woodward Willis Woodward
The Picnic (Humorous Trio for Female Voices) (No. 3 from Humerous Duetts and Trios Composed by James Bennett James Bennett James Bennett
Three Singing Birds (Comic Trio for Female Voices) (No. 1 from Comic Duetts and Trios composed for Female Voices by James Bennett) [2 Jun] James Bennett James Bennett
Wait Till the Clouds Roll By (Song and Chorus) J. T. Wood, alias for Charles E. Pratt, 1841-1902 H. J. Fulmer, alias for Charles E. Pratt, 1841-1902
Where the Lindens Bloom (Op. 87, No. 1, for Baritone) Francis Bennoch Dudley Buck, 1839-1909
1882
Am I a Soldier of the Cross (Transcription for Piano) none anonymous sacred melody; Transcribed by F. F. Hagen
Arabian Love Song (for Baritone or Contralto) Percy Bysshe Shelly, 1792-1822 Owen Wister
Baby's Lullaby (Song and Quartette Chorus) [14 Apr] anonymous Mr. T. B. Dixon; arranged by Henry Mehden
Before the Dawn (from Three Love Songs, Op. 8, No. 3) [30 Oct] George Whitefield Chadwick, 1854-1931 George Whitefield Chadwick, 1854-1931
By and By [Hymn](from The (Enlarged) Morning Light!) Sanford Fillmore Bennett, 1836-1998 Solomon W. Straub, 1842-1899
Cat Serenade (Song) George M. Vickers Selmar Meyer
Cradle Song Rosabel Rosabel
Down in the Valley Where the Violets Grow [23 Nov] Tommy Tucker Tommy Tucker; arranged by Joseph Schwenseck
Farewell My Darling (Waltz Song) Eddie Fox Eddie Fox
Glide Waltz (No. 1, Series A, from Progressive Music for Guitar and Banjo Guitar) none Antonio Lopez
Grandfather's Cane May Southwick May Southwick
Grandfather's Clock (Fantasie de Concert) [Theme by Henry Clay Work] none Ned Hastings
Heaven Watches O'er You (Ballad) [30 Oct] anonymous James Earnest Perring
Meditation (Opus 12) none Gertrude M. Haskell
Passed within the Gates Ajar (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Funeral March) (22 Mar) Mammee E. Peck Charles H. Gabriel
Peek-a-Boo! (Song & Chorus) Rosabel Rosabel
Rest By and By [Hymn] (from Good Will; reprinted in The (Enlarded) Morning Light) William F. Cosner, 1846-1880 Charles Edward Pollock, 1861-1930+
Rough On Rats (Song and Chorus) W. A. Boston, B. A. Jules Juniper
Some Day (Mezzo Soprano in D) (from GEMS FOR GUITAR) Hugh Conway Milton Wellings; Guitar accompanimnet by A. E. Blackmar
The Band [18 Oct] (Quartette for Mixed Voices) (Imitation of Brass Band) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
The Children's Christmas Carol George Russell Jackson J. Albert Snow
The Farmer's Boy (Pastoral Song) [17 Jul] Daniel Higgins Frederick Nicholls Crouch, 1808-1896
The Great Rock Island Route!! (aka The Great Rock-Island Route!) J. A. Roff J. A. Roff
The Old Miser [9 Nov] (Descriptive Song for Bass or Contralto) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
There Is Honey in the Old Hive Yet (National Song and Chorus) D. C. Marsh P. A. Schnecker
Thy Face (from GEMS FOR GUITAR) J. Lejoindre C. H. R. Marriott; Guitar accompaniment by A. E. Blackmar
Yet Once Again (Waltz Song and Chorus Ad Lib.) Barney Fagan, 1850-1937 Eddie Fox
You're Somebody's Darling (Song and Chorus) [25 Aug] L. F. Jackson Hart Pease Danks, 1847-1903
1883
A Boy's Best Friend Is His Mother Henry Miller Joseph P. Skelly
Another Song William Downing Evans, 1811-1897 Melody by William Downing Evans, 1811-1897; Arranged by James Conway Brown, 1838-1908
Bo-Peep (Song and Chorus) Rosabel Rosabel
Climbing Up to Glory (Jubilee Song) [21 Oct] J. S. Putnam J. S. Putnam; arrange J. J. Sawyer
Farewell Marie! (Song with Chorus (Ad Lib.)) A. J. Reynolds Armand Edward Blackmar, 1826-1888
Gim Me Dat Sweet Water-Melon (Great Negro Song and Chorus) [25 Sep] Frederick Lyons Frederick Lyons
Grand-mother's Patchwork Quilt (Song and Chorus) [17 Aug] Fred Eversmann, Jr. Fred Eversmann, Jr., Op. 176, No. 2
Grandfather's Staff (Song and Chorus) [7 Mar] B. M. McWilliams B. M. McWilliams
Grandmother's Harp (Song and Chorus) [17 Sep] J. F. Hartwell H. M. Estabrooke
Just a Place in Your Heart (Song and Chorus) Minnie B. Lowry Eddie Fox
Marguerite (Romanza for Mezzo Soprano or Contralto) [16 May] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
My Grandfather's Mill (Song and Chorus) [7 Dec] W. T. Kendall B. F. Kendall
Oh! Dat Preacher (A Minstrel End Song) George W. Major George W. Major
Oh, Thou, for a People Free (National Anthem) (Solo and Chorus) William B. Walsh Hart Pease Danks, 1847-1903
On Old Chautauqua Lake [12 Oct] (Song or Duet with Chorus) Mrs. Edna L. Park William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Ring Dem Heavenly Bells [6 Sep] Sam Lucas Sam Lucas
Sing Me to Rest (Ballad) [15 Mar] Charles Temple H. Marum
Teresa or The Lover's Serenade [19 Feb] Charles Blamphin Charles Blamphin
The Old Oak Tree (Aria Cantante Original) [9 Apr] Daniell Higgins Frederick Nicholas Crouch, 1808-1896
The Schoolboy [20 Sep] George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892 George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
They Smile and Speak as They Pass By (Serio Comic Ditty) Franklin Dayton Franklin Dayton
1884
A Mother's Gift (The Bible) [20 Mar] William Howard Doane, 1832-1915 William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Aunt Peggy and Uncle Dan (Serio Comic Duett) [7 Apr] Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Beneath the Dear Old Flag Again (Song and Chorus) Thomas P. Westendorf, 1848-1923 Thomas P. Westendorf, 1848-1923
Call Me Back Again (Song and Chorus) [aka My Own Sweet Darling!] P. H. McElhinney Melody by Colleen Dhas Machree [1881]; Music by Fanny Beane; Arr. by William Jerome [1884]
Cover Them Over Will Carleton O. B. Ormsby
Hymn for a Dead Comrade [c1883; 11 Jan 1884] Collin Coe Collin Coe
Grandma! (Song and Chorus) [10 May] Wade Whipple Wade Whipple
Grandmother's Garret [Oct] Irene Dana William Kohnhorst
Grandpa Has Gone to Sleep (Song and Chorus) [15 Dec] Laura E. Newell William L. Hofer
Granny O'Reilly's Wake! (Song and Chorus) [25 Apr] Jeannie O. B. Sammis David Braham, 1838-1905
I Kissed the Darlings in Their Dreams (Ballad with Chorus Ad. Lib.) William H. Nevil Charles E. Pratt
Invocation (Soprano or Tenor Solo with Quartette [and Organ])(from The Ave Maria Rev. William H. Furness, D.D. Franz Peter Schubert, 1797-1828; arranged by William D. Dutton
Just Fifty Years Ago (aka Just 50 Years Ago) George Cooper, 1840-1927 Harrison Millard, 1830-1895
Love's Old Sweet Song [13 Oct] C. Clifton Bingham, 1859-1913 James Lyman Molloy, 1837-1909
Love That Hath Us in the Net (A Little Song Gem) Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1809-1892 Sidney Lanier, 1842-1891; Arranged by Armand Edward Blackmar, 1826-1888
Many Miles Away [4 Jul] Francis Jane Crosby, 1820-1915 William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
March of the Plumed Knight (for Male Voices) [7 Aug] Charles B. Morrell William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
My Thoughts Are of Thee [15 Dec] Sam Lucas Sam Lucas
Oh My Darling Clementine [13 Oct] H S. Thompson, (from Down By the River Lived a Maiden, 28 Dec. 1863) Percy Montrose
Old Hal, The Village Smith [9 Apr] Samuel Bradbury Samuel Bradbury
Rest, Comrades, Rest (Memorial Hymn) O. B. Ormsby O. B. Ormsby
Rest, Soldier, Rest (No. 18 from White's Male Quartette Book Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
Sailor Ben Hope Oswald William Warwick
Santa Claus (Song [and Chorus]) Maggie W. Hughan Maggie W. Hughan
Scatter the Flowers Over the Gray and Scatter Them Over the Blue (Song and Chorus) B. Walter Kittridge, 1834-1905 B. Walter Kittridge, 1834-1905
Shenandoah Waltz [16 Jun] none Will F. Strong
Shout the Battle Cry [7 Aug] Charles B. Morrell William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Sleep Robin Sleep (Lullaby Song) James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897 James Gowdy Clark, 1830-1897
Susie (C.M.) (from Our Song World: p. 116) Mrs. C. C. Case Mrs. C. C. Case
The Coon's Salvation Army (Jubilee Song & Chorus) [13 Dec] Sam Lucas Sam Lucas
The Fountain in the Park (Song and Dance) Edward Haley Edward Haley
The Little Bridge (Ballad for Alto or Baritone) anonymous George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
The "Sandman" (Patter Song -- with Chorus) [18 Feb] Mrs. Margaret Vandegrift Joseph Eastburn Winner
The Ship That Sailed From Boston; or, The Wreck of the City of Columbus (Descriptive Song and Chorus) [14 Jan] Charles Eastman Charles Eastman
The Treasures of Grandma's Chest (A Home Song) Mary E. Shearer Frank T.Shearer
The Yodel (Da Burgei Ihr Jodler) (Song) [19 Jul] Translated by Louis C. Elson Carl Millocker
They Rest in Peace (Memorial Hymn) Collin Coe Collin Coe
Watchman! What of the Night? (A Sacred Song for Soprano or Tenor) [16 Feb] anon. J. Remington Fairlamb
We Were Comrades Together in the Days of the War Col. Joe Whitfield Collin Coe
We'll Raise de Roof To-night (Plantation Song) Hawthorne G. Wheeler J. W. Wheeler
What a Friend We Have in Jesus VARIATIONS (for the Piano) [19 Jan] none Melody by Charles Crozat Converse, 1868 (1832-1918); Arranged by M. A. Johnstone
When Icicles Hang by the Wall (Song for Low Voice) [15 Dec] William Shakespeare, 1563-1616 (from Love's Labors Lost, Act V, Scene 2 [Winter Songs III and IV]) Arthur William Foote, 1853-1937
When the Heather Blooms Again Francis Jane Crosby, 1820-1915 William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
When the Tide Is Low (Song) Claribel pseud. for Mrs. Charlotte Alington Barnard, 1830-1869) Anna M. Cross
Where the Violets Grow [28 Aug] Arthur E. Stilwell Nannette K. Beeman
White Wings (Song and Chorus) Banks Winter Banks Winter
Your Love Has Called Me Back Again! (Answer to Call Me Back Again) George Cooper, 1840-1927 Joseph P. Skelly
1885
American Patrol (Introducing The Red, White and Blue) none Frank W. Meacham
At the Making of the Hay (Ballad) anon. Anna M. Cross
Ben Gray, the Village Smith (Baritone Song and Refrain) [9 Jan] Samuel Bradbury Samuel Bradbury
Bessie, My Wife, and I (Beautiful Home Song) [1 Apr] A. S. Sweet A. S. Sweet
Bugle Calls (For use on board all Ships-of-War of the United States) none anonymous
Christmas Carol George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892 George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Clara Nolan's Ball J. F. Mitchell J. F. Mitchell
Clementine (Song and Chorus) [26 Feb] Barker Bradford Barker Bradford
Coppelia Waltz Leo Delibes, 1836-1891; English words by Charlotte H. Coursen [1885] Leo Delibes, 1836-1891 (from the ballet Coppelia, 25 May 1870)
Dars a Lock on de Chicken Coop Door (End Song & Chorus) Sam. Lucas Sam. Lucas
Dear Robin I'll Be True (Song and Chorus) Banks Winter Banks Winter
Everybody Has a Trouble of His Own Harry C. Talbert Harry C. Talbert; Arranged by George Edward Jackson
Evolution, or The Darwinian Theory (An Anthropological Rhyme) Fred. Lyster Fred. Lyster
Grandma's Vacant Chair [11 Apr] Harry Kennedy Harry Kennedy
Grand Mother's Story (from HONEYSUCKLES-A Choice Collection of Miscellaneous Pieces, No. 9, Opus 66 [Duet]) [5 Jan 1885] none Carl Sidus
It Was a Lover and His Lass (from Three Songs for Soprano and Tenor, Op. 10, No. 1) [24 Nov] William Shakespeare, 1563-1716 Arthur William Foote, 1853-1937
In Memoriam (on the Death of General U. S. Grant) [21 Aug] Joseph M. Engard William J. Street
Jammo! or "Onward Let Us Go" [aka Funiculi, Funicula] (Italian) G. Turco; (English) Sydney Rosenfeld Luigi Denza, 1846-1922 [1880]; Arr. by F. W. Zaulig [1885]
Liberty Enlightening the World (National Song) George Cooper, 1837-1927 F. A. Rothstein
Lullaby (from Six Songs, Opus 14, No. 6) George Whitefield Chadwick, 1854-1931 George Whitefield Chadwick, 1854-1931
Mother! Oh, Sing Me to Rest (No. 3 from THREE SONGS, Opus 14) [2 Oct] anononymous Sebastian B. Schlesinger
Rasper's Birthday Party [16 Feb.] Sam. Lucas Sam. Lucas
Russian Hymn (with Variations) [for Organ] none George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
Save My Mother's Picture (Song and Chorus) C. W. Brown J. Walsh
Some Sweet Day (Sacred Song with Refrain) [21 Jan] Edward L. Park William Howard Doane, 1832-1915
Song of the Union (Quartet) [25 Jun] anonymous Sireno B. Phipps
The Compliments of the Season (Song and Chorus) Mrs. Robert Thomson Mrs. Robert Thomson
The Devil's Dream (Dance) none anonymous
The Emigrant's Farewell [23 Sep] W. R. J. Rev. Henry Scott Thompson, 1835-1914; Arranged by J. W. Wheeler
The Maiden's Confession (Romance) Farnie Frederick A. Rothstein
The Spring (Reverie for Piano) [23 Nov] none John William Boone, 1864-1927
Those Roguish Laughing Eyes (Song and Dance) J. Edward Donshea J. Edward Donshea
Up With the Flag (Patriotic Song and Chorus) Thomas Payne Westendorf, 1848-1923 Thomas Payne Westendorf, 1848-1923
We Weep for Our Hero Gen. U. S. Grant [2 Aug] Cornelius B. Everest, 1789-1885+ Cornelius B. Everest, 1789-1885+
What Will You Do Love? (Song) anonymous George Washbourne Morgan, 1822-1892
1886
Always (Song) (Mrs.) Ida Scott Taylor (McKinney) Hart Pease Danks, 1847-1903
Forward Columbia! (Grand Choral March) H. B. Fabiani H. B. Fabiani
Johnny Get Your Gun Monroe H. Rosenfield Monroe H. Rosenfield
Old Virginia Shore J. High Stauffer J. High Stauffer
"Our Post" March ([for the] G. A. R. [Grand Army of the Republic]) none William F. Sudds, 1843-1920
McCracken's Dancing School (Comic Song & Chorus) Philip Rossiter Philip Rossiter
"Never trust a Nigger with a gun" C. S. Livingston J. G. Lewis
Rock-a-Bye Baby (Waltz) Effie I. Canning [Crockett], 1857-1940 Effie I. Canning [Crockett], 1857-1940
Somebody's Mother (The Song of All Mother Songs) (Song and Chorus) James W. Wheeler James W. Wheeler
The Summer Evening (No. 1 from 2 Ballads) Charles J. Sprague Esq. H. Kotzschmar
The Ungrateful Son (A Pathetic Song and Chorus) John Walsh John Walsh
You'll Get There All the Same [Melody from La Paloma (1863)] George M. Vickers Sebasti?n Iradier (later Yradier); Arranged by Julian Cramer
1887
Another Takes Our Place (Solo and Quartet) (No. 3 from Select Compositions of I. H. Whitman) I. H. Whitman I. H. Whitman
Comrades Felix McGlennon Felix McGlennon
"Cheerily carols the lark over the cot"
(from Ruddigore; or, The Witches Curse)
William Schwenck Gilbert, 1836-1911 Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan, 1842-1900
Home Protection Song (Quartet and Chorus) John M. Forden Eva Munson Smith, 1843-1910
'Neath the Old Maple Tree (Song and Refrain) Julian Jordan Julian Jordan
Razzle Dazzle Willard Thompson Willard Thompson
Rememeber Mother's Lessons When a Child (Tenor Song and Chorus [SATTBB]) Samuel Bradbury Samuel Bradbury
Safely Rocked in Mother's Arms (Song and Lullaby) (Companion to Rock-a-Bye Baby) Effie I. Canning [alias for Effie I. Crockett, 1857-1940; Mrs. Harry J. Carlton] Effie I. Canning [alias for Effie I. Crockett, 1857-1940; Mrs. Harry J. Carlton]
Slavery's Passed Away (from the Edward [Ned] Harrigan drama Pete) Edward Harrigan, 1845-1911 David Braham, 1838-1905
The Devil's Mill (Le Moulin Diabolique) (composed when 8 years old) none Joseph Casimir Hofmann (Jozef Kazimierz), 1876-1957 [sometimes published under the name Michel Dvorsky]
1888
The Convict and the Bird (Song and Chorus) Paul Dresser, [Dreiser] 1858-1906 Paul Dresser, [Dreiser] 1858-1906
Way Down South (Song and Chorus) Thomas Nelson Page Leopold P. Wheat
1889
Down Went McGinty (Dressed in His Best Suit of Clothes) (Comic Song) Joseph Flynn Joseph Flynn
Four Little Curly Headed Coons James W. Wheeler James W. Wheelerr
Oh Promise Me [Op. 50] Clement Scott, 1841-1904 Reginald de Koven, 1859-1920
Mary Had a Little Lamb Trad. and Mrs. Sara J. Hale J. Hanold Kendall
My Darling's Face [(for Baritone or Bass?) in Eb] (Ballad) Stephen Massett Stephen Massett
Since My Daughter Plays on the Type-writer Thomas P. Getz Thomas P. Getz; Arr. by George W. Hetzel
The Song I'll Ne'er Forget (My Mother's Lullaby) Julian Jordan Julian Jordan
What a Wounderful World It Would Be J. S. G. Paul Dresser, [Dreiser] 1858-1906
1890
In 1892 (A Topica and Patriotic Song) Matthew C. Woodward Matthew C. Woodward; arranged by Max Knauer
Little Annie Rooney Michael Nolan Michael Nolan
Maggie Murphy's Home (from Reilly and the 400) Edward Harrigan, 1845-1911 David Braham, 1838-1905
Our Country (National Hymn of the United States of North America) Rev. S. F. Smith, D.D. William Horatio Clarke
Reveille Robert J. Burdette John Philip Sousa, 1854-1932
That Is Love (Song and Chorus) Felix McGlennon Felix McGlennon; arranged by William Dresser
The Lone Grave (Song and Chorus) Paul Dresser [Dreiser], 1858-1906 Paul Dresser [Dreiser], 1858-1906
The Star of the East George Cooper, 1838-1927 Amanda Kennedy
This Little Pig Went to Market (from Castles in the Air) J. Cheever Goodwin Gustave Kerker
Turkeys in the Tree-top (Comic [Chararcter] Duet from the Opera Alvin Gray) Charles Albert White, 1832-1892 Charles Albert White, 1832-1892
You'll Miss Lots of Fun When You're Married Edward M. Taber John Philip Sousa, 1854-1932
1891
America (A Patriotic Song) [2 Jun] Milton Goldsmith Milton Goldsmith
Little Boy Blue (Op. 12, No. 4) Eugene Field Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin, 1862-1901
McGuffin's Home Run (Comic Song and Chorus) Bert. C. Norman Gussie L. Davis
Narcissus (Op. 13, No. 4) none Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin, 1862-1901; Arr. by L. Leslie Loth
Recollections of Home and Mother (Song and Chorus) J. S. Jake J. S. Jake
Rooster's Song L. E. Puglsler L. E. Puglsler
Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay! Henry J. Sayers, 1854-1932 Henry J. Sayers, 1854-1932
The Brave Engineer (from Fred E. Reynolds' Beatiful Songs) Fred. E. Reynolds Fred. E. Reynolds
The Miner's Dream of Home Will Godwin, 18??-1919 Leo Dryden, 18??-1939
The Picture That Is Turned Toward the Wall (Descriptive Pathetic Song and Chorus) Charles Graham Charles Graham
The Picture With Its Face Turned to the Wall (Song and Chorus) J. P. Skelly J. P. Skelly
The Stories Grandma Told Me Harvey Hall Harvey Hall
There Is a Tavern in the Town (Song and Chorus) F. A. Adams F. A. Adams
1892
La Sultana (Turkish March) nona Fred Linden
Liebestraum (Nocturne) none Virginia Field
Push Dem Clouds Away (An African Cantata) (from Hoyt & Thomas' A Trip to Chinatown) Percy Gaunt,1852-1896 Percy Gaunt,1852-1896
Richard and His Sweetheart Nell (Song with Chorus) Carl Bruche, 1810-1901+ William F. Sudds, 1843-1920
Sleep Little Pigeon (Japanese Lullaby) Eugene Field Clark Wright Evans
Thankful Every Time (Comic Song by arrangement with the Oliver Ditson Company Sam Lucas, 1848-1916
The Bowery (from A Trip to Chinatown) Charles H. Hoyt, 1859-1900 Percy Gaunt,1852-1896
What am You Gwine to Tell Massa Peter When You Meet Him at de Gate? (Song and Chorus) Ernest Hogan, 1860-1909; and Billy Kersands, 1842-1915 Ernest Hogan, 1860-1909; and Billy Kersands, 1842-1915
When Mother First Taught Me to Pray Paul Dresser [Dreisser], 1858-1906 Paul Dresser [Dreisser], 1858-1906
When the Sea Gives Up Its Dead (Ballad) James R. Homer James R. Homer
1893
A Ride With Santa Claus (Christmas Song) James A. Ball W. Herbert Lanyon
Back Among the Old Folks Once Again (Song and Chorus) Dave Reed, Jr. Joseph W. Wheeler
Dear Old Girl Richard Henry Buck Theodore F. Morse
Hush My Little Coon [6 March] Joseph W. Wheeler Joseph W. Wheeler
'Round the Other Way (Comic Song and Chorus) James McAvoy James McAvoy
Say "Au Revoir" But Not "Good-bye" (Song Ballad) Harry Kennedy Harry Kennedy; Arranged for Barbershop Quartet by Sigmund Spaeth [1925]
The Cat Came Back (A Comic Negro Absurdity) Harry S. Miller Harry S. Miller; Arr. by Otto Bonnell
The Darkies' Cradle Song H. G. Wheeler James W. Wheeler
The Angel Choir (for Mezzo Soprano or Baritone) anon. Berthold Tours, 1838-1887; arranged and adapted by George Balch Nevin, 1859-?
The Dog Went Mad (A Topical Furor) (sung by Eddie Foy in Sinbad) Arthur J. Lamb, 1870-1928 Harry F. Carson
The Eyes That I Love the Best B. H. Janssen B. H. Janssen
The Sights I Saw From the Big Ferris Wheel Harry F. Carson Harry F. Carson
Two Little Girls in Blue (Waltz Song) Charles Graham Charles Graham
1894
Departed Days (Song] W. A. Eville V. M. Eville
I'll Wait 'Till the Clouds Roll By (Reply to 'Till the Clouds Roll By!) J. T. Wood (alias for Charles E. Pratt, 1841-1902) H. K. Fulmer (alias for Charles E. Pratt, 1841-1902)
I've Been Working on the Railroad [aka Levee Song] Anon.; John Lang Sinclair (1880-1947) on 12 May 1903 wrote the words for The Eyes of Texas for the same music Anon.
Jus' a-Listen (Plantation Song) W. R. Kaharl B. M. Davision
Lessons [That] I Learned When But A Boy John Murray Will D. Ammerman
Phoebe! (An Ethiopian Lullaby) Thomas Le Mack Andrew Mack, 1863-1931
Riding in the Heavenly Row-Boat (Ethiopian Song and Chorus) Barney Fagan Barney Fagan
Sing Again That Sweet Refrain, or, Far From the Old Folks at Home (Song and Chorus) Gussie L. Davis, 1863-1899 Gussie L. Davis, 1863-1899
The Midway Paloma (A Comic Cantata) James Thornton Sebastian Irader [aka Yrader] (1863); adapted [anonymously] from the Spanish
The Sidewalks of New York [27 Aug] Charles B. Lawlor, 1852-1925 James W. Blake, 1862-1935; arr. Charles Miller
Two Little Babies (Lullaby) Hattie Starr Hattie Starr
1895
I Want Yer, Ma Honey! (An Ethiopian Oddity) Fay Templeton, 1865-1939 Fay Templeton, 1865-1939
Just Tell Them That You Saw Me (Song and Chorus) Paul Dresser [Dreiser], 1858-1906 Paul Dresser [Dreiser], 1858-1906
My Baby Boy's Picture That Hangs on the Wall (Waltz Song) Will H. Bray Will H. Bray
My Ole Gal Done Flew (Plantation Song) William H. Paine Charles A. Chase
Please Say You Will (Song and Chorus) Scott Joplin, 1868-1917 Scott Joplin, 1868-1917
Swing Me Albert C. Sprague William H. Stevens
The Band Played On [30 Jun; 12 Jul] John F. Palmer, 1877-1943 Charles B. Ward, 1865-1917
The Origin of the Harp (Air: Gage Fane) anonymous anonymous
The Teacher and the Boy (Beautiful Sentimental Ballad from Life) Edward B. Marks Joseph W. Stern
1896
A Hot Time in the Old Town Joe Hayden Theodore A. Mertz, 1848-1936
All America's (New National Hymn) John F. Cahill Emile Karst
All Coons Look Alike to Me (A Darky Misunderstanding) Earnest Hogan, 1865-1909 Earnest Hogan, 1865-1909
Down on de Banks ob de Mississippi Ribber R. A. Browne Charles Coleman
Old Glory (National Song) J. B. Johnson Charlie Johnson
Old Glory (Song and Chorus) Willis Pine Prue Robinson
Old Jim's Christmas Hymn (Rock of Ages) William B. Gray William B. Gray
Our Nation Rev. Johnson Oatman, Jr., 1856-1922 J. Howard Entwisle, 1866-1903+
Pleading and Practice (Grand March 2 Step) none George H. Bishop
Send Back the Picture and the Ring Gussle L. Davis Gussle L. Davis
Sweet Rosie O'Grady Maude Nugent, 1877-1958 Maude Nugent, 1877-1958
The St. Louis Cyclone Ren. Shields, 1868-1913 George Evans, 1870-1915; arr. Max Hoffmann
1897
Asleep in the Deep Arthur J. Lamb, 1870-1928 Henry W. Petrie, 1857-1925
At a Georgia Campmeeting Frederick Allen Mills, 1869-1948 Frederick Allen Mills, 1869-1948
Beautiful Isle of Somewhere [sung at the funeral of President William McKinley] Mrs. Jessie Brown Pounds J. S. Fearis
Break The News To Mother Charles Kassel Harris, 1865-1930 Charles Kassel Harris, 1865-1930
I'll Marry the Man I Love Monroe H. Rosenfeld, 1861-1918 Monroe H. Rosenfeld, 1861-1918
Leonora the Miller's Daughter Lester Bodine George Maywood (Schleiffarth)
On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away Paul Dresser [Dreiser], 1858-1906 Paul Dresser [Dreiser], 1858-1906
Pickaninnies' Jubilee (Schottische for Pianoforte [with vocal]) Frederick H. Day Frederick H. Day
Southern Lullaby Paul Lawrence Dunbar W. W. Gilchrist
Susanna, from Savannah (Negro Ditty) George Evans George Evans; arranged by Theodore Northrup
Take Back Your Gold and Make Me Your Wife [1893/1997]] Louis W. Pritzkow Morton H. Rosenfeld
The Letter Edged in Black Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953] Hattie Nevada [pdeud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953]
The Morn We Met (Song for Baritone) Lorin Ludlow George Lowell Tracy
You Are the Only Girl I Loved; or, Since You Spurned My Gold (Companion Piece to Take Back Your Gold George A. Norton Morton H. Rosenfeld
1898
Cinderella White (A Colored Military March) Evelyn Bloom George Haywood [pseud. for Schleiffarth]
Golden Dreams (A Song Ballad with Violin Obligato) Cristabel Cristabel
I'll Come Back When the Hawthorn Blooms Again Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953] Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953]
I'm Just an Old Vagabond Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953] Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953]
Levee Revels none William Christopher O'Hare
Memories of the South Before the War James O'Dea Leo Friedman
My Father Was a Sailor on the Maine Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953] Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953]
Old Glory W. B. Hale W. B. Hale
On the Old Missouri Shore Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953] Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953]
Only One Daisy Left (Memories of Sweet Bunch of Daisies) (Waltz Song and Refrain) Harry Freeman Anita Owen
The Old Kitchen Clock G. B. Brigham G. B. Brigham
The Owl, Parrot, Duck and Crow Maude Anita Hart Maude Anita Hart
The Rosary [Aug. 29] Robert Cameron Rogers Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin, 1862-1901
There's Room for One More Star William J. Hartley Leo Feist
When Mammy's Pickanniny's Fast Asleep (Slumber Song) John Martin John Martin
When You Were Sweet Sixteen [Oct. 31] James Thornton, 1861-1938 James Thornton, 1861-1938
While the Leaves Came Drifting Down Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953] Hattie Nevada [pdeud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953]
1899
Hamilton's Badger Boys [5 Aug] E. E. Bryant E. O. Kimberly; Arranged by J. S. Taylor
Hello! Ma Baby Joseph E. Howard, 1878-1961 Ida Emerson
Just a Picture of a Girl I Used to Know Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953] Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953]
Keep On the Sunny Side of Life [Hymn] Ada Blenkhorn, 1858-1927 J. Howard Entwisle, 1866-1903+
Mammy's Carolina Twins (Southern Lullaby) Lee Johnson Lee Johnson
My Susie-anna from Louisana (An Ethiopian Love Song) Tom McGrire Sid. L. Perrin
Sing Me a Song of the South (Pathetic Descriptive Ballad) George A. Norton James W. Gasey
Stay in Your Own Backyard (Pathetic Ballad & Refrain [Chorus]) Karl Kennett Lyn Udall
Summer Time in Dixie Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953] Hattie Nevada [pseud. for Mrs. Harriet Nevada (Hicks) Woodbury, 1861-1953]
Sweet Norine [29 Oct] Gussie L. Davis, 1863-1899 Gussie L. Davis, 1863-1899
The Moth and the Flame George Taggart Max S. Witt
You Tell Me Your Dream, I'll Tell You Mine Seymour Rice and Albert H. Brown Charles N. Daniels
When Chloe Sings a Song (A Southern Plantation Melody) Harry B. Smith John Stromberg

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