Notated Music Squire's Cornet Band Olio No. 3
Brass Band Music
- Squire's Cornet Band Olio No. 3
- Created / Published
- A. Squire, Cincinnati, 1875, monographic.
- Subject Headings
- - Brass band music -- 19th century
- - Music -- United States -- 19th century
- instrumental parts
- - 1. De Kalb Quick Step -- 2. Cottage by the Sea Quick Step -- 3. Florello Quick Step -- 4. Warrington Quick Step -- 5. Somerset Quick Step -- 6. Trent River Reel -- 7. Junction Reel -- 8. Frankenfield's Reel -- 9. Pioneer Reel -- 10. Capt. Shepherd's Quick Step -- 11. Beautiful Leaves Quick Step -- 12. Decoration Dirge -- 13. Hortensia Quick Step -- 14. Little German Band Quick Step -- 15. Little Sweetheart Quick Step -- 16. Mecklenburg Polka -- 17. Lytle Grays Quick Step -- 18. Galop Home Run -- 19. Centennial Overture -- 20. Jamboree Galop -- 21. Gold and Silver Polka -- 22. List to the Convent Bells Quick Step -- 23. Carnival March -- 24. Brazilian March -- 25. Murdock's Quick Step -- 26. Moonlight Serenade -- 27. National Guards Quick Step -- 28. Linda Quick Step -- 29. Oriole Schottische -- 30. 15th Regiment Quick March -- 31. Angels Whisper Quick Step -- 32. Warrior's Quick Step -- 33. Brightest Eyes Quick Step -- 34. Harry Towner's Quick Step -- .
- 14 parts ; 27 x 19cm.
- Other Formats
- - METSXML Record
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