Notated Music Absence, Ah! Se tu dormi svegliati, aria in the opera of Giulietta e Romeo
Nathan Richardson at the Musical Exchange
Wetherbee, J. Quincy
Songs with Piano
- Absence, Ah! Se tu dormi svegliati, aria in the opera of Giulietta e Romeo
- Contributor Names
- Vaccaj, N.
- Wetherbee, J. Quincy (arranger)
- Created / Published
- Nathan Richardson at the Musical Exchange, Boston, 1855, monographic.
- Subject Headings
- - Aria
- - Operas
- - Songs with piano
- sheet music
- - From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1820-1860 (Microfilm M 3106)
- - Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)
- - In bound volumes: Copyright Deposits 1820-1860
- electronic resource
- 1 score
- Library of Congress. Music Division.
- Other Formats
- LC Classification
- Microfilm M 3106 M1.A12V vol. 71 Case Class
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Credit Information for the Special Presentation Greatest Hits, 1820-1860. The "Greatest Hits" as listed in the Special Presentation is contained in Julius Mattfeld, Variety Music Cavalcade, 1620-1969; A Chronology of Vocal and Instrumental Music Popular in the United States (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1971), which is provided courtesy of the copyright holder, Vincent de Paul Lupiano. Mr. Lupiano is the author, along with Ken Sayers, of "It Was A Very Good Year."
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