Notated Music The Gallant girl that smote the dastard Tory oh!
A. E. Blackmar
Confederate States of America
Civil War and Reconstruction
Popular Songs of the Day
Songs and Music
Songs with Piano
War and Conflict
- The Gallant girl that smote the dastard Tory oh!
- Contributor Names
- Diamonds, Ducie (composer)
- Klubs, (lyricist)
- Created / Published
- A. E. Blackmar, New Orleans, 1862.
- Subject Headings
- - United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Songs and music
- - Songs with piano
- - Sheet music -- Catalogs
- - United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Participation, Female -- Songs and music
- - Women -- Confederate States of America -- Songs and music
- - Popular Songs of the Day
- - Songs and Music
- - War and Conflict
- - Civil War and Reconstruction (1861-1877)
- - Music associated with the Confederate side
- sheet music
- LC Classification
- Other Formats
- - METSXML Record
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