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  • Justice has stricken the chains from the slave solo & chorus /

    For solo voice, chorus (TATrebleB), and piano. Caption title. Originally published: Chicago : H.M. Higgins, c1863. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Gutterson, A. C.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Away goes Cuffee, or, Hooray for '63

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Cover title. Cover illustration: engraving of head of Afro-American man incorporated in the letter "A" / Greene. Originally published: Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co., c1863. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Starkweather, L. B.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • I can't help dat taint my fault /

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Cover title. Dedicated to: Anybody. Sung by: Everybody. Additional verses: p. 5. Advertisement for other songs: p. [6] Cover illustration: engraving of Afro-American man. Originally published: Louisville : D.P. Faulds, c1862. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Nobody
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • We are coming Father Abraam three hundred thousand more /

    For voice and piano, with chorus (SATB) From poem first published in the New York Evening Post, July 16, 1862: We are coming, Father Abraham / James Sloan Gibbons. Cf. BAL, v. 1, p. 346. The words sometimes erroneously attributed to Wm. Cullen Bryant, or J. [!] Cullen Bryant. Originally published: Boston : Russell & Patee, c1862. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Gilmore, P. S.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Rome under Caesar the grandest of all historical spectacles : ... a pyrotechnic production of magnificence and elegance

    Script. From the collections of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

    • Contributor: Ziegler, Edwin T.
    • Original Format: Notated Music - Books
    • Date: 1895
  • The happy contraband

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Advertisement for other music: p. [6] Originally published: New Orleans : A.E. Blackmar, c1864. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Emerson
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • The speaker of the House a monologue. Part 3

    Script. From the collections of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

    • Contributor: Hoffman, Aaron
    • Original Format: Notated Music - Books
    • Date: 1914
  • Quo vadis upside down a burlesque on Quo vadis in one act and two scenes

    Script. From the collections of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

    • Contributor: Shean, Albert, and Charles L. Warren
    • Original Format: Notated Music - Books
    • Date: 1901
  • We are coming Father Abra'am 3000.000 more /

    For voice and piano, with chorus (SATB) From poem first published in the New York Evening Post, July 16, 1862: We are coming, Father Abraham / James Sloan Gibbons. Cf. BAL, v. 1, p. 346. The words sometimes erroneously attributed to Wm. Cullen Bryant, or J. [!] Cullen Bryant. Star with number 2-1/2 printed on t.p. Originally published: Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co., ...

    • Contributor: Emerson, L. O.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Slavery's passed away

    For voice, piano, and chorus (SATB) Cover title. At head of title: Songs in Harrigan's drama, "Pete" Advertisement for other music: p. [6] Originally published: New York : Wm. A. Pond & Co., c1887. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Braham, David
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • Slavery days song and chorus /

    For voice and piano. Cover title. Pages 1-3 are unnumbered; page number illegible on p. [5] "Performed by Harrigan & Hart." Advertisement for "Pond lilies" and other music: p. [6] Cover illustration: lithograph of Afro-American man and woman sitting with basket of cotton / Straeffer. Library's copy 1 has stamp on cover: Julius E. Mirsalis, 610 Arch St., Philadelphia. "Sung by Harrigan & Hart"--Cop. ...

    • Contributor: Braham, David
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • We are coming Father Abra'am six hundred thousand more /

    For voice and piano, with 4-part chorus. From poem first published in the New York Evening Post, July 16, 1862: We are coming, Father Abraham / James Sloan Gibbons. Cf. BAL, v. 1, p. 346. The words sometimes erroneously attributed to Wm. Cullen Bryant, or J. [!] Cullen Bryant. Pages 1-2, 4, and 6 are unnumbered. Verses 2-4 printed as text on p. [4] ...

    • Contributor: Cull, Augustus
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Young Eph's jubilee (answer to Young Eph's lament) : song and dance /

    For voice and piano. Cover title. Song and dance as performed by Thomas Gethings of Kelly & Leon's Minstrels. Cover illustration: drawing of Afro-American walking, with four other scenes of Afro-Americans on battlefields, playing banjo, and dancing. Originally published: Chicago : Root & Cady, c1866. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Brockway, William H.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • De darkie's rally

    For voice and piano. Caption title. Cover illustration: lithograph of Afro-American men with sign "Colored recruts wanted" "T. Sinclair's lith, Phila"--Cover. Originally published: Cleveland : S. Brainard & Co., c1863. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Partridge, W. W.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • We'll be dar! a serio-comic song & chorus /

    For voice, chorus (SATB) and piano. Cover title. Cover illustration: 4 lithographs of Afro-Americans illustrating lyrics. Library's copy has retailer's stamp on cover: Junius Hart, 191 Canal Street, New Orleans, Emerson pianos, & importer of musical instruments. Originally published: St. Louis : Balmer & Weber, c1871. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Max
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • The Confederate Brigadiers song and chorus /

    March for voice and piano. Advertisement for "Clarke's Improved piano-forte method": p. [8] Also published as instrumental march. BAL 1960. Originally published: Philadelphia : Lee & Walker, c1880. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Dennée, Charles
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Richmond is ours!

    For solo voice or quartet (SATB) with piano. Dedicated to: Lieut. Gen. Grant. Advertisement for "A dream of my mother and my home" and other music: p. [6] Verse 4 printed as text of p. 5. BAL 4902. Originally published: New York :Horace Waters, c1865. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Parkhurst, E. A.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Come back Massa, come back!

    For voice, chorus (SATB), and piano. Cover title. "As sung by C. Henry at Wood's Minstrels, 514 Broadway, N.Y." Originally published: New York : Wm. Hall & Son, c1863. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: Gómez
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1998
  • The gorgeous historical spectacle of Cleopatra VI. Queen of Egypt ... an elaborate

    Script. From the collections of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

    • Contributor: Ziegler, Edwin T.
    • Original Format: Notated Music - Books
    • Date: 1895
  • Flags of the world

    Script. From the collections of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.

    • Contributor: Tannehill, Frank, Jr.
    • Original Format: Notated Music - Books
    • Date: 1898
  • Raw recruits, or, Abraham's daughter

    For voice and piano. Cover title. Attributed to Septimus Winner in: Biographical dictionary of American music / Charles Eugene Claghorn, p. 480. Verses 3-5 printed on p. 4. Another version of the melody with 4 other verses, entitled "Abrahams daughter / as sung by Bryants Minstrels": p. 5. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1861 by Sep. Winner in ... the ...

    • Contributor: Winner, Septimus
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1861
  • Emancipation day song /

    For voice and piano. Cover title. "To G. Swaine Buckley." Cover illustration: engraving of Afro-American dancing with a voting ticket in hand. Originally published: Boston : White, Smith & Co., c1875. Also available in print.

    • Contributor: St. John, C.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • We are coming Father Abraham 3000.000 more /

    For voice and piano. At head of title: To the President. From poem first published in the New York Evening Post, July 16, 1862: We are coming, Father Abraham / James Sloan Gibbons. Cf. BAL, v. 1, p. 346. The words sometimes erroneously attributed to Wm. Cullen Bryant, or J. [!] Cullen Bryant. Verses 3-4 printed as text on p. 5. Originally published: Boston ...

    • Contributor: Adams, S. J.
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999
  • Catalog Record

    Abraham Lincoln's funeral march / Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available

    Catalog of the Alfred Whital Stern collection of Lincolniana, item 4832 For piano. Civil War sheet music collection Handwritten on cover: "34626", "177. Deposited Dec 28 1865." Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

    • Contributor: Bach, Christoph
    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1865
  • Catalog Record

    We'll sing to Abe our song! sheet music about Lincoln, emancipation, and the Civil War : from the Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana / Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available

    Collection of over two hundred sheet music compositions on the subject of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. Spanning the years from Lincoln's presidential campaign in 1859 through the centenary of his birth in 1909, details historic events of late nineteenth-century America and reflects popular opinions of the time. Offers a variety of popular music styles such as Union draft songs, campaign pieces, and ...

    • Original Format: Notated Music
    • Date: 1999