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    Two bunches a penny primroses : an admired song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For medium voice and piano. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 440.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1798
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    Dear is my littl Native Vale : a favorite new song for piano forte, flute, or violin Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 101 English words. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1797
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    Cease a while ye winds to blow : a favorite rondo Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For high voice and piano; originally for soprano and orchestra. The first American imprint of Bach's song is Johann Christian Bach, Cease a while ye winds to blow (Philadelphia, G. Willig, 1795)--The Norumbega Harmony Historic and Contemporary Hymn Tunes and Anthems... / by Dennis O'Brien and others. From a Third Collection of Favorite Songs sung at Vaux Hall by Miss Cowper (1771/R), S, orch--New ...
    • Contributor: Bach, Johann Christian
    • Date: 1795
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    The flower of Yarrow : a favorite song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 143
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1797
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    No more his fears alarming Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and medium voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 299.
    • Contributor: Storace, Stephen
    • Date: 1795
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    Pit a Pat : sung by Mr. and Mrs. Marshall in blue beard Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For high voice with piano. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 332. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Kelly, Michael
    • Date: 1799
  • Book/Printed Material
    Sketches for Alegrettto opus 83 no. 1 Holograph sketches for several works, some unidentified. On accompanying paper: "R. 1197, Beethoven, op. 83 no. 1" ; "Nb.: on stave 1 of the recto is a sketch for op. 15 Finale. Douglas Johnson, Jan. 4, 1974." Crossed out on accompanying paper: "Allegretto aus op. 80?" In pencil on holograph recto: "Acc. 318077." In pencil on holograph verso: "202160, 13." In pencil on holograph ...
    • Contributor: Beethoven, Ludwig Van - Johnson, Douglas Porter
    • Date: 1790

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    The heaving of the lead : a favorited seas song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and medium voice. Includes part for flute. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 182.
    • Contributor: Shield, William
    • Date: 1793
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    A smile from the youth that I love Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for flute. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 387.
    • Contributor: Wright, Thomas - Wright, Elizabeth, (Lyricist)
    • Date: 1798
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    La Carmagnole. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For high voice and piano; includes guitar arrangement on page 3 [104]. French words. Staff notation. Caption title. Page numbering in ink.
    • Date: 1794
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    Zephyr, Come Thou Playfull Minion : a favorite song in The Woodman ; and sung by Miss Moller at the concerts Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 487 English words. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Shield, William
    • Date: 1797
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    Jemmy of the glen Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 216.
    • Contributor: Pownall, (Mary Ann)
    • Date: 1796
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    Oh Nanny wilt thou gang with me : a favorite song sung by Mrs. Billington, at Mr. Harrisons concerts Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For 2 voices and basso continuo (harpsichord); glee harmonization for 2-3 voices a cappella on page 4. English words by T. Percy. Staff notation. Caption title.
    • Contributor: Carter, Thomas - Percy, Thomas
    • Date: 1790
  • Notated Music
    The Bleak Wind Whistles O'er The Main Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For high voice with piano. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 44. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Shield, William
    • Date: 1793
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    Captivity : a ballad supposed to be sung by Marie Antoinette during her confinement Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For high voice with piano. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 55. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Storace, Stephen
    • Date: 1793
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    Hey dance to the fiddle & tabor : a dialogue in the Lock & key ; sung by Mrs. and Mr. Hodgkinson Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Verses 2 and 3 printed as text. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music page 186. English words Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Shield, William - Hoare, Prince
    • Date: 1797
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    Crazy Jane : the original ballad Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Davy, John - Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory)
    • Date: 1799
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    Oh the moment was sad : in the Surrender of Calais Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
    • Contributor: Arnold, Samuel
    • Date: 1798
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    Sweet lillies of the valley : sung with great applause at Vauxhall Gardens Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and medium voice. Includes part for guitar. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 415.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1793
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    Lullaby : a favorite ballad in the comic opera of The pirates Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for flute. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 242.
    • Contributor: Storace, Stephen
    • Date: 1793
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    When Edward left his native plain : a new song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 459.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1799
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    Henry's gottage maid. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and medium voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 185.
    • Contributor: Pleyel, Ignaz
    • Date: 1798
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    Jem of Aberdeen Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Verses 2 and 3 printed as text. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 216 English words Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 179?
  • Notated Music
    The much admired song of Arabella, the Caledonian maid : with an harp accompaniment.
    Arabella, the Caledonian maid Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
    Staff notation. For high voice and harp, with part for flute or guitar. LC Copy 2 mutilated; missing half of page 2.
    • Date: 1794
  • Book/Printed Material
    String Trio opus 3 Title from caption. Finale movement of the string trio, op. 3 for violin, viola, and cello; an earlier version of this movement, differing in some particulars from the printed version; see article by Carl Engel in Musical Quarterly, April 1927, "Beethoven's op. 3: an envoi de Vienne? Holograph. In ink. "acc. 672341"--Page 2 of cover. Formerly in the collection of W. H. Cummings, whose ...
    • Contributor: Beethoven, Ludwig Van - Cummings, William Hayman
    • Date: 1794

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