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A Choice Selection of Hymns and Spiritual Songs; Designed to Aid in the Devotions of Prayer, Conference and Camp-Meetings. Stereotype Edition.
1829
 

The Companion: Being a Selection of the Beauties of the Most Celebrated Authors, in the English Language. In Prose and Verse.
1799
 

Hymns for the Use of the Society of United Christian Friends Professing the Faith of Universal Salvation. God Is Love.
1817
 

The Liturgy of the New Jerusalem Chruch. Respectfully Recommended to the use of the Societies of the New Church in the United States. A.D. 1822-66.
1822
 

Merchant's Gargling Oil Songster. [Wrapper title.]
1887
 

A Collection of Hymns, for Temperance Meetings.
1835
 

General Washington's March [and] Yankee Doodle.
1803
 

Sammlung auserlesener Geistlicher Lieder...Zweite, vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage.
1867
 

To the Trustees of the Charlestown Free School...Application for the School House for a Singing School, Jan. 7, 1827, holograph document, 1 p., 4to., plus docketing.
1827
 

Finnische Runen. Finnisch und Deutsch von Dr. H. R. von Schroter. Herausgegeben von G.H. von Schroter. Mit einer Musicbeilage.
1834
 

The Seventh-Day Adventist Hymn and Tune Book for Use in Divine Worship. Presented by he General Conference.
1893
 

The Providence Selection of Hymns, Supplementary to Dr. Watts....Particularly designed for Christian Worship.
1820
 

The American Naval and Patriotic Songster...in Honor of Hull, Jones, Decatur, Perry, Bainbridge, Lawrence, &c. &c. &c.
1836
 

The Hutchinson Family, Organized in 1842. [Caption title]. Large folio broadside with portraits of six family members, and a view of the Old Homestead in Milford, N.H. In a circle in the center: "Tribe of Asa."
1870
 

The New-England Songster, a New and Choice Collection of Popular Songs, Duetts, Glees, &c.
1832
 

The Blackbird; Consisting of a Complete Collection of the Most Admired Modern Songs.
1806
 

The Camp-Meeting Hymn Book:...Used by the Methodist Connexion in the United States.
1832
 

Village Harmony: or, Youth's Assistant to Sacred Musick....Thirteenth Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
1816
 

The Seventh-Day Adventist Hymn and Tune Book for Use in Divine Worship. Published by he General Conference.
1893
 

Bound Volume of Thirty-Seven (37) Pieces of Original American Lithographed Military Sheet Music, Six with Appealing Colored Lithographs, the Remaining Black & White.
1830
 

Scrapbook of about Fifty (50) American Popular Music Lyrics, 1870s to 1885. In Saloon Account Book, 1877-1879. Tall folio ledger, Marbleized boards, lined pages, 77 pp. Many saloon account pages pasted over with song sheets. 7-8 loose song sheets. “W.H. Spalter & Co., Booksellers and Stationers. Keene, N.H. Pencil and printed sheets. Spine and edges well worn, Pages browned.
1870
 

John Brown, and "The Union Right or Wrong" Songster: Containing all the Celebrated "John Brown" & "Union Songs" which have become so immensely populr throughout the Union.
1863
 

Inauguration of the Great Organ...[Caption title. 4 pp. leaflet. 8vo.
1863
 

The Musical World. An American and Foreign Record of Music, Literature, and Art. [Later]: The Musical World and New York Musical Times. Vol. 3, # 13-Vol. 5, # 9. # 63-100. March 1, 1852-Feb. 26, 1853.
1852
 

The Psalmody: a Collection of Hymns for Public and Social Worship. Compiled by Order of the Freewill Baptist General Conference.
1853
 

BEADLE'S HALF-DIME SINGER'S LIBRARY. Comic and Sentimental Songs of All Nations and Ages. No. 1 - 43 [all].
1878
 

Songbook of Miss Jane Patton. Ca. 1850. 210 pp. Folio. Contemp. 3/4 calf & marbled boards. Spine separated, one page cut out, remaining pages intact. Leather label in gilt letters on front cover: “Miss Jane Patton. Printed for musical notation. Hand written lyrics and notes.
1850
 

The Seventh-Day Adventist Hymn and Tune Book for Use in Divine Worship. Published by he General Conference.
1886
 

A Lyste of Sacred Hymns and Tunes, and likewise Worldly Songs, certain of Wh[ich] were sunge in ye yere of our Lord 1673, and Wh[ich] pieces will be once more played and Sunge at a Greate Concerte, To be attended at Ye Free Library Halle in Ye Towne of Bennington, on ye Friday, ye 27th Day of ye Third Month, N.S., in ye yere of or Lord, 1874. All money wh[ich] shall be payed in for thys entertaynment is to go for Ye benefit of ye men and women who receive it. N.b. Deacon Grover has most excellent goode Cyder at hys shoppe next door to ye Tavern barne [caption and start of text]. Small 4to broadside. Old folds, wrinkled, some light soiling.
1874
 

Hymn (Tune--Wilmot). [Caption title]. 4” x 2-7/8." Caption and two six-line verses within an attractive ornamental border. Fine.
1834
 

Juvenile Concert, of Vocal Music, in Titcomb Street Church, Newburyport [Mass.], on Thursday evening, Dec. 17, 1835. Under the Direction of John R. Robinson. [Caption title].
1835
 

“The Kossuth Hat and the Shortboys on New-Year’s Eve” [Caption title]. Colored lithograph, 7-7/8” X 11-1/8”. Sheet toned, some marginal stains and creases. Good+.
1850
 

Transformation Polka from the Black Crook by Thomas Baker. [Cover title]. Folio. 6 pp., including colored lithograph cover featuring a striking illustration of Mille. [Marie] Bonfanti, performing in “The Black Crook,” executed by Major & Knapp, within an ornamental border. Music only, on pages 3 through 6, engraved throughout. Printed and pictorial front wrap, only (back cover was blank). Small cello tape reinforcement at hinge corners, else an excellent copy.
1867
 

The Extravaganza of Jim Crow! [Caption title in two lines]. Thirty-Nine (39) Four Line Verses (not including the Chorus, which follows the first verse) in Two Columns, divided by a typographical line. Narrow large folio.
1830
 

“Rough and Ready” a Patriotic Song, Written by C.B. Snow (late of the Texian Navy). Music Composed & dedicated to the People of the United States, by Austin Phillips. Bound with a second piece of sheet music, both pieces removed from a larger volume. Some light browning along edges, stitching starting to come loose, otherwise fine.
1847
 

Cabot Hall. Friday Evening, Feb. 1, 1850. John W. Hutchinson will give a Vocal Entertainment at … Chicopee [Mass.]…. Tickets 12 Cts. Each; For Sale at the Usual Places and at the Door….
1850
 

I’m Off For Charleston. [Caption title]. Broadside, 8-1/8” x 6-1/8," text only, being 5 quatrains and chorus, within an ornamental border. Tiny stain at upper right corner. Fine.
1855
 

The Jubilee Harp, a Choice Selection of Psalmody, Ancient and Modern, Designed for Use in Public and Social Worship.
1868
 

The Popular John Brown Song. A Famous Camp Song and Chorus. Partly Written, Composed and Arranged by Frank Wilder. [Caption title]. Oblong large 4to broadside. Musical notes and words in four verses.
1861
 

Old Uncle Ned. Songster.
1855
 

Constitution and By-Laws of the Philharmonic Institute, 1850.
1850
 

A Mess of Salmagundi, for Modern Laughing Philosophers: Consisting of the Most Admired Anecdotes, Bon Mots, and Modern Approved Songs. Compiled by Smellfungus and Mundungus, Descendants of the Risible Deities.
1817
 

The Song Messenger of the Northwest [caption title]. Vol. III, No. 11 [et al.]. Altogether, 8 numbers from volumes III and IV, as below.
1866
 

Brave Ulysses is the Man! Grant Campaign Song and Chorus. Words by Charles Haynes. Music by J.C. Haynes.
1868
 

Catalogue of Music, Published and For Sale Wholesale and Retail, by G. & G. H. Tilden, Booksellers and Stationers...Keene, N.H. No. 4 Gerould's Block, Keene, N.H. Piano-Fortes and Melodeons for Sale and to Let....All Kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned, and Carefully Repaired...Particular Attention Given to Binding Sheet Music, Periodicals and Books of Every Description. [Caption title]. Elephant folio broadside, list of items for sale in three columns. Fine.
1860
 

The March of the Southern Men [Cover title].
1863
 

{ANON. The Singer's Own Book: a Well-Selected Collection of the most Popular Sentimental, Amatory, Patriotic Naval and Comic Songs.
1832
 

ADGATE, ANDREW. Rudiments of Music: the Ninth Edition, Enlarged by the addition of an Anthem...
1807
 

ALLEN, ELIZABETH AKE Rock Me To Sleep, Mother.
1883
 

ALLIN, ABBY. Home Ballads: A Book for New Englanders. In Three Parts
1851
 

ANON. An Inquiry into the Nature and Design of Music...
1831
 

ANON. The Song-Singer's Amusing Companion. Being a Selection of the Best Philosophic, Sentimental, National and Moral Songs...by Philo Musico, A.B.
1818
 

ANON. The Vocal Annual, or Singer's Own Book, for 1832. A Collection of the Newest and Most Popular Songs of the Day.
1832
 

ANON. The American Musical Miscellany; a Collection of the Newest and Most Approved Songs, Set to Music.
1798
 

ANON. Dempster's Original Ballad Soirees.
1847
 

ANON. The Clay Minstrel; or, National Songster.
1844
 

ANON. A Description of the Swell-Mute, and Its Advantages to the Pianoforte.
1857
 

ANON. Bunker Hill Songster. Containing National and Patriotic Songs. As Sung by the Principal Vocalists.
1850
 

ANON. A Gamut, or Scale of Music. To which is added, Blank Lines for Favorite Music.
1816
 

ATLEE, EDWIN A. An Inaugural Essay on the Influence of Music in the Cure of Diseases.
1804
 

BACON, LEONARD. Hymns and Sacred Songs; for the Monthly Concert and Similar Occasions.
1823
 

BETHUNE, THOMAS G. The Marvelous Musical Prodigy, Blind Tom, the Negro Boy Pianist... Testimonials of Musicians and Savans, and Opinions of the American and English Press, of "Blind Tom."
1876
 

BETHUNE, THOMAS. Blind Tom's March by Blind Tom.
1865
 

BRADFORD, JAMES M. Museum Polka Redowa. Words and music on inner pages, the cover with a fine, large (7” X 6”) litho illustration. Removed.
1853
 

BROBST, S.K. Christtags--Liturgie uber Kindergottesdienst--Ordnung, in zwei Andachten, sur das liebe Weihuachtsfest.
1840
 

BROOKS, CHARLES A Family Prayer Book, and Private Manual...with a Collection of Hymns. First Stereotype Edition
1833
 

CHRISTY, E.P. Singer Music of the Original Christy Minstrels, the Oldest Established Band in the United States. [Tinted pictorial title of the band members in various performances]. "We'll Have a Little Dance To Night Boys." [Caption title of sheet music].
1847
 

CHRISTY, E.P.. Christy's Plantation Melodies. Published Under the Authority of E.P. Christy...Originator of Ethiopian Minstrelsy and the First to Harmonize Negro Melodies.
1854
 

CHRISTY, EDWIN P. Christy's Nigga Songster, Containing Songs as are Sung by Christy's, Pierce's White's Sable Brothers, & Dumbleton's Band or Minstrels.
1850
 

CHRISTY, EDWIN P. Christy's Plantation Melodies. No. 5. Published Under the Authority of E.P. Christy, Originator of Ethopian Minstrelsy, and the First to Harmonize Negro Melodies.
1853
 

COLDWELL, WILLIAM. Hebrew Harmonies and Allusions.
1820
 

COLERIDGE-TAYLOR, S. Twenty-Four Melodies Transcribed for the Piano. Op. 59. With a Preface by Booker T. Washington.
1905
 

CONWELL, COLUMBUS C. The Hymns of Homer, Translated into Verse from the Original Greek: with Notes, Critical and Explanatory. To which is prefixed, an Enquiry into the Life of Homer.
1830
 

D'ORSAY, ALFRED. Etiquette; or, a Guide to the Usages of Society. With a Glance at Bad Habits. To which is added, the True Theory of the Rhenish or Spanish Waltz, and of the German Waltz a Deux Temps, Analysed and Explained for the First Time.
1843
 

DAVIES, THOMAS. (Advanced School Hymn Book 1858-1864.) Inside front cover: “Mr. Mc Millin’s Room. Advanc’d school. Aug 1858”. Hand written music scores with some pasted printed music. Quarto folio, 11.5 x 11.5 in. 55 pp. Gilt stamp: Music. Contemp. calf & marbled boards, worn, internally slightly loose, but good.
1858
 

DAVIS, PARIS M. Original and Select Hymns, and Sacred Pindoric Odes, Few of Which Have Been Published.
1830
 

DOLL, JOSEPH. Der leichte unterricht, von der vocal Musik. [And] Leichter unterricht in der vocal musik enthaltend eine sammlung geistreicher gesange. Vol. I & II (all).
1810
 

EASTMAN, LUKE. Masonick Melodies, Being a Choice Selection of the Most Approved Masonick Songs...
1818
 

EELLS, MYRON. Hymns in the Chinook Jargon Language. Second Edition. Revised and Enlarged.
1879
 

EMMETT, DANIEL D. Dixie's Land. [Caption title]. 20.4 x 12.4 cm. At head: Two fine hand-colored minstrel musicians, one seated playing the banjo, the other standing, singing.
1860
 

FISKE, ABEL. A Discourse, Delivered in Lyndeborough, February 26, 1801, at a Singing Lecture.
1801
 

FITZ, ASA & E.B. DEA Prospectus [for the Musical Reporter]. [Caption title].
1840
 

FOSTER, STEPHEN C. Gentle Annie. [Caption title]. Broadside songsheet, 9” x 5," printed on cheap paper, text within a wide ornamental border. Some spots of foxing, a couple of short, marginal tears, lower right corner damaged but not affecting image.
1856
 

FOX, HARRY. Harper's Ferry. Composed and sung by Harry Fox, the celebrated Banjoist, at Hitchcock's National Concert-Hall. Air: Blow ye, winds of morning.
1860
 

GERHART, ISAAC & JOH Choral Harmonie. Enthaltend Kirchen Melodien...
1818
 

GOULD, N.D. Social Harmony, or a Compilation of Airs, Duetts and Trios. Caculated for Private Devotion: Most of Which are Fitted for the Organ, or Piano Forte; also, A number of Anthems and Chorusses, Suitable for Churches and Singing Societies...
1823
 

GOULD, NATHANIEL D. Church Music in America, Comprising Its History and Its Peculiarities at Different Periods, with Cursory Remarks on Its Legitimate Use and Its Abuse; with Notices of the Schools, Composers, Teachers and Societies.
1853
 

GRIERSON, BENJAMIN H Campaign Song. Tune--"Old Dan Tucker." [Caption title]. At bottom, above the border: "Offered for sale by the Meredosia Wide-Awakes." Broadside, 8.25" x 6.75." Typographical border.
1860
 

GRIGG, JOHN. Grigg's Southern and Western Songster: Being a Choice Collection of the Most Fashionable Songs, Many of which are original.
1829
 

GUTHING, GEORG A. Lobgesange zu Ehren dem Heiligen und Gerechten in Israel...
1808
 

HALL, MAXIMILIAN. The American Preceptor for the Piano Forte...and a Musical Dictionary.
1839
 

HAMILTON , J.A. A Dictionary of Two Thousand Italian, French, German, English, and Other Musical Terms, with Their Significations and Usual Abbreviations: also, an Explanation of Music Characters...
1842
 

HANDEL, G.F. Handel's Water Music. Pr. 25 ct. [Caption title]. Printed on pp. [2-3], pp. 1 & 4 blank. Sm. folio. Browned & offset.
1805
 

HANKS, J.F. A Complete System for the Violin. With a Supplement, Containing, Entire, the Celebrated Treatise on the Violin, by Jacob Augustus Otto.
1846
 

HARRIGAN, EDWARD. The Ten Little Mulligan Guards. [Wrapper title].
1874
 

HARRIS. The Joy Bringer: Fifty Three Melodies of the One-in-Twain.
1886
 

HASTINGS, THOMAS. The Musical Reader: Or Practical Lessons for the Voice; Consisting of Phrases, Sections, Periods, and Entire Movements of Melody in Score. To which are Prefixed, the Rudiments of Music....[2nd ed.] Revised and Enlarged. Utica [N.Y.]: Printed typographically by Wm. Williams, 1819. [Bound with:] HASTINGS, T. & SOLOMON WARRINER. Musica Sacra: Or Springfield and Utica Collections United: Consisting of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Anthems and Chants....Fourth Revised Edition.
1823
 

HOLBROOK, JOSIAH. A Familiar Treatise on the Fine Arts, Painting, Sculpture, and Music.
1834
 

HOLMES, O.W.. The Star Spangled Banner. Song & Chorus. With an additional verse (5th) by Dr. O.W. Holmes.
1861
 

HOWE, JOHN. The Christian's Pocket Companion. Being a Choice Collection of Devotional Hymns, for the Use of Christians, in Public Worship and Private Devotion: Without Distinction of denomination.
1826
 

HOWE, JULIA WARD. Order of Exercises. Howe Family Gathering at Harmony Grove, South Framingham, [Mass.] August 31, 1871. [Caption title].
1871
 

HOWITT, MARY. The Spider and the Fly. A Popular Song as sung with rapturous applause by Miss Abby J. Hutchinson. The Words by Jesse Hutchinson, Jr. [!] The Music Arranged and Adapted, by S. O. Dyer. Large colored vignette at head, of roses, the spider & the fly, and Abby Hutchinson with arms crossed. "New Edition" at head.
1847
 

HUNTEN, F. Piano Forte & Music Store. James L. Hewitt & Co. Music Publishers...{Title] with Lithograph of Luteist and Five Other Figures, N. Currier, No. 1 Wall. St., NY.
1835
 

HUNTINGTON, JONATHAN Classical Sacred Musick. With a Concise System of Rudiments.
1812
 

HUTCHINSON FAMILY. The Hutchinson Family Respectfully announce to the Citizens of Keene [N.H.]…that they will give a Vocal Entertainment (For One Night Only.) At the Unitarian Meeting House, on…August 4, 1845….Tickets 25 cents….To commence at 7 3-4 o’clock. Programme….Broadside circular, 17” x 5." Old folds, rather wrinkled and lightly stained. Small blank piece missing from margin at bottom left. Withal, entirely sound.
1845
 

HUTCHINSON, JESSE Ju "Get Off the Track!" A song for Emancipation, Sung by The Hutchinsons...
1844
 

HUTCHINSON, JESSE Ju "Get Off the Track!" A song for Emancipation, Sung by The Hutchinsons...
1844
 

JOHNSON A.N. & J. JO
1846
 

JOHNSON, JAMES C.. The Feast of Roses. Floral Concert, Under the Direction of James C. Johnson. 1847.
1847
 

KATZENBACH, F. Genl. Tom Thumb's Polka. Introducing some of the General's favorite Melodies.
1863
 

KEY, FRANCIS SCOTT. Songs for Gentlemen, Patriotic, Comic, and Descriptive.
1820
 

KEY, FRANCIS SCOTT. Hand Written Score and Lyrics, “The Star Spangled Banner. Air Anacreon in Heaven.” Ca. 1814. Bound in one volume containing Thomas Carr & Co. printed sheet music, circa 1800-1811. Folio. 260 pp. Some tears and chipping, slight loss at bottom of first page. Volume cover loose, well worn with chipped corners. Pages browned, foxed, wear at edges.
1814
 

KNEELAND, ABNER, et Hymns, Composed by Different Authors, at the Request of the General Convention of Universalists of the New England States and Others....Second edition.
1810
 

KNEELAND, ABNER. Universal Church (spine title). Ink Holograph Notations of Hymns & Secular Music, Early 1820s. Five Volumes, with first page indexes, 225 pp., plus 12 additional loose sheets. 7” x 10” notebooks, calf-backed boards. Signatures loose, cover well worn; quite good.
1820
 

LAMBERT, LOUIS. When Johnny Comes Marching Home. Music introduced in the "Soldier's Return March" by Gilmore's Band.
1863
 

LARKIN, SAMUEL. The Free-Mason's Pocket Companion. A Collection of Masonic Songs.
1798
 

LARKINS, JOLLY JOHN R. Voelckel Presents The Black Patti Co. With Sissieretta Jones and Jolly John Larkins. A Trip to Africa. A Three Act Musical Farce Comedy. [Cover title, printed in green & black (Illustrated).
1909
 

LATTA, JAMES. A Discourse on Psalmody; in which it is clearly shewn that it is the duty of Christians to take the principal subjects and occasions of Their Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, from the Gospel of Christ. Fourth Edition, with Corrections and Additions.
1801
 

LUTHER, MARTIN. Solemnization of the Third Centurial Jubilee, Commemorative of the Blessed Reformation, Commenced by Dr. Martin Luther, on the 31st October, 1517. Order of the Solemnities...in St. Paul's Church, Oct. 31st, 1817. The Hymns are translated from the German, as used in the forenoon.
1817
 

M'CURDY, C.L. & J. S A New and Choice Collection of Hymns, Designed to Aid in the Devotions of Prayer, Conference, and Camp-Meetings.
1840
 

MACK, E. General Tom Thumb's Grand Wedding March. [Music only].
1863
 

MANCHESTER, WM. C. Songs of Zion, or Conference Hymns, Selected and Original. To which is added, a Brief Sketch of the Author's Life and Experience.
1831
 

MARKS, DAVID. Hymns for Christian Melody. Selected from Various Authors.
1841
 

MARSH, J.B.I. Editor The Story of the Jubilee Singers; with Their Songs. Seventh Edition. Completing Fifty-Fourth Thousand.
1877
 

MARSH, JOHN. Temperance Hymn Book and Minstrel; a Collection of Hymns, Songs and Odes, for Temerance Meetings and Festivals.
1841
 

MARSH, JOHN. Temperance Hymn Book and Minstrel: a Collection of Hymns, Songs and Odes, for Temperance Meetings and Festivals.
1841
 

MASON, LOWELL & GEOR The Song-Book of the School-Room: Consisting of a Great Variety of Songs, Hymns, and Scriptural Selections with Appropriate Music...Containing, Also, the Elementary Principles of Vocal Music...Designed as a Complete Music Manual for Common, or Grammar Schools.
1847
 

MASON, LOWELL. Address on Church Music...
1826
 

MONROE, GEO. W. "My Old New Hampshire Home." Ca. 1898. “Geo W. Monroe,” “4690” pencilled at top. One page 8" x11". Lyrics, ink. Previous folds, multiple tears, repairs, large hole with lyric re-written at a later date. Stained.
1898
 

MURDEN, MRS. ELIZA C "March, Composed and Dedicated to the Officers of the Marine Corps." By a Lady of Charleston S.C.
1814
 

NOBLE, OLIVER. Regular and skilful Music in the Worship of God, Founded in the Law of Nature, and introduced into his Worship, by his own institution, under both the Jewish and Christian Dispensations; Shewn in a Sermon...
1774
 

OFFORD, DANIEL Compi Shaker Music.
1884
 

PARSONS, FLORA T. Co Calisthenic Songs Illustrated. A New and Attractive Collection of Calisthenic Songs Beautifully Illustrated, For the Use of Public and Private Schools, Containing Songs For Diversion, Devotion, and Recreation.
1869
 

PEABODY, AUGUSTUS Co The Child's Song Book...being a selection of Favorite Airs, with Hymns and Moral Songs, suitable for Infant Instruction.
1830
 

PIKE, ALBERT. Dixie. Southrons, Hear Your Country Call You! [Caption title]. Broadside, 5" x 8", printed in blue with a vignette of Jefferson Davis ("Our First President"), surrounded by Confederate flags.
1861
 

POTTER, R.K. Editor. The Boston Temperance Songster; a Collection of Songs and Hymns for Temperance Societies. Original and Selected.
1844
 

REED, EPHRAIM. Musical Monitor; or New-York Collection of Devotional Church Music....
1817
 

ROOT, GEORGE Ed. The Bugle-Call. [Wrapper title.]
1863
 

ROOT, RILEY. Musical Philosophy; Comprising the Transposition of the Musical Keys, In All Its Varied Forms, Together With Many Abstruse Questions Relating to Transposition, and the Nature and Changes of Musical Intonation.
1866
 

ROTHBAUST, JOHANNES. Die Franklin Harmonie, und leichter Unterricht in der Vokal-Musik...Zwenter Band [!].
1821
 

SAUNDERS, GEORGE. A New and Scientific Self-Instructing School for the Violin, on an Entirely Different Method...
1847
 

SAUNDERS, GEORGE. A New and Scientific Self-Instructing School for the Violin, on an Entirely Different Method...
1847
 

SCOTT, ORANGE. The New and Improved Camp Meeting Hymn Book...Stereotype Edition.
1836
 

SHAFFER, REV. STEPHE Shaffer's Pilgrim Songster, Being a Collection of Select Songs; Embracing many adapted to Camp Meeting, and Revival occasions...
1848
 

SHAW, OLIVER. A Group of Five (5) Pieces of Engraved Sheet Music, as below. Providence, R.I. [1800-1839]. Overall condition is good, only.
1800
 

SHAW, OLIVER. The Providence Selection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes. In Two Parts. Part First, Containing the Rudiments of Musick, and a Selection of Tunes Suitable For All the Various Measures in Use in Worshipping Assemblies. Part Second, Consisting of Select Pieces, of Various Measures, for Occasional Use. Chiefly Selected From the Most Eminent European Authors, and designed for the use of Schools and Churches.
1815
 

STOWE, PHINEAS. Ocean Melodies, and Seamen's Companion. A Collection of Hymns and Music; for the Use of Bethels, Champlains of the Navy, and Private Devotion of Mariners.
1858
 

SULLIVAN, ARTHUR & W Trial By Jury: A Novel and Original Dramatic Cantata.
1875
 

SUMMERFIELD, JOHN. “Peter Steel His Musick Book 1769”. 26 pp. 4" x 7.25". Handmade with flexible calf covers, illuminated with fraktur style hand colored border decorations of red, blue, yellow & black ink. On page 3: “John Summerfield, Scrip.” Endpapers made from newspapers; 1757 Philadelphia dateline. Back endpaper: “The Pennsylvania... “Dec. 22, 1757” (either the Pennsylvania Journal & Weekly Advertiser or the Pennsylvania Gazette). Some fading, a few pages difficult to read, some peeling of endpapers and edges slightly chipped.
1769
 

TANS'UR, WILLIAM. The American Harmony: or, Royal Melody Complete. In Two Volumes....The Seventh Edition, with Additions.
1771
 

TANS'UR, WILLIAM. The American Harmony: or, Royal Melody Complete. In Two Volumes....The Seventh Edition, with Additions.
1771
 

TAYLOR, ANN and JANE Original Hymns for Sunday Schools.
1827
 

TOLMAN, HENRY & CO. The Musician's Guide; or, Henry Tolman & Co.'s Illustrated Catalogue.
1866
 

TOULIN, ALFRED F. Most Respectfully Dedicated to President Jefferson Davis. Confederacy March. [Caption title]. (With large oval lithograph from a photograph of Davis, by E. Sachs & Co.
1861
 

WAINWRIGHT, JONATHAN A Set of Chants Adapted to the Hymns in the Morning and Evening Prayer, and to the Communion Service, of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
1819
 

WARE, HENRY JR. The Feast of Tabernacles. An Oratorio. The Music by Charles Zeuner. The Words by Henry Ware, Jr. Performed at the Odeon by the Choir and Orchestra of the Boston Academy of Music. [Wrapper title].
1837
 

WATSON, HENRY C. The Ladies' Glee Book: a Collection of Choice and Beautiful Glees for Three Female Voices, in English, French, and Italian....
1854
 

WHITE, RICHARD GRANT National Hymns. How They Are Written and How They Are Not Written. A Lyric and National Study for the Times
1861
 

WHITTIER. The Free Soil Minstrel.
1848
 

WIGGINS, THOMAS. Mother Dear Mother I Still Think of Thee. Sung by Blind Tom, at His Popular Concerts, with the Greatest Success.
1875
 

WIGGINS, THOMAS. Mother Dear Mother I Still Think of Thee. Sung by Blind Tom, at His Popular Concerts, with the Greatest Success.
1875
 

WIGGINS, THOMAS. Mother dear mother I still think of thee. As sung by Blind Tom. Respectfully Dedicated to Miss Rebecca Vasser.
1865
 

WISTER, OWEN. Watch Your Thirst. A Musical Footnote to History. By a Charter Member.
1933
 

WOODBURY, LEVI. An Oration, Deliverd at Hanover, N.H....Before the Handel, Middlesex, Handelian and Central Music Societies.
1812
 

WORCESTER, SAMUEL. An Address on Sacred Musick, Delivered Before the Middlesex Musical Society and the Handel Society of Dartmouth College...
1811
 

WYETH, JOHN. Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music. Part Second. Original and Selected from the Most Eminent and Approved Authors in that Science, for the Use of Christian Churches, Singing-Schools & Private Societies...
1813
 

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