Notated Music Peters Saxhorn Journal
Brass Band Music
- Peters Saxhorn Journal
- Created / Published
- Peters, Cincinnati, 1859, monographic.
- Subject Headings
- - Brass band music -- 19th century
- - Music -- United States -- 19th century
- instrumental parts
- - 1. Midnight March -- 2. Nannie Waltz -- 3. Leona Waltz -- 4. Charming Waltz -- 5. Cradle Schottisch -- 6. Sunny Hours -- 7. E Pluribus Unum -- 8. Mountain Belle Schottisch -- 9. Anvil Chorus, from "Trovatore" -- 10. Webster's Funeral March -- 11. Masonic March -- 12. Louisville March -- 13. Indiana Polka -- .
- 12 x 14 cm.
- Other Formats
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