• Notated Music
    Loisa Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For medium voice and piano.
    • Contributor: Fisin, James
    • Date: 1799
  • Notated Music
    The Kentucky volunteer : A new song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. Accompaniment included for the german flute and guitar. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular America music 1801-1825, page 219
    • Contributor: Taylor, R. (Raynor)
    • Date: 1794
  • Notated Music
    The Green Mountain Farmer : a new patrotic song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For high voice with piano. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 170 Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Shield, William
    • Date: 1798
  • Collection
    Inquiry Form - Performing Arts - Ask a Librarian (Library of Congress) Ask a librarian: An online reference service from the Library of Congress that allows researchers to submit reference questions to Library of Congress reading rooms and receive expert research assistance (within 5 business days.)
    • Contributor: Sousa, John Philip - A.P. Schmidt Company - Adams, Charles R. - Apthorp, William Foster - Archer, Frederic - Barbour, Florence Newell - Barnes, Edward Shippen - Bartlett, Floy Little - Bauer, Marion - Beach, H. H. A. ... Sousa, John Philip - A.P. Schmidt Company - Adams, Charles R. - Apthorp, William Foster - Archer, Frederic - Barbour, Florence Newell - Barnes, Edward Shippen - Bartlett, Floy Little - Bauer, Marion - Beach, H. H. A. - Berwald, W. (William) - Bird, Arthur H. - Bischoff, J. W. (John W.) - Blumenschein, W. L. (William Leonard) - Bohm, Carl - Chadwick, G. W. (George Whitefield) - Foote, Arthur - Friml, Rudolf - Godowsky, Leopold - Hopekirk, Helen - Macdowell, Edward - Porter, F. Addison (Frank Addison) - Stewart, H. J. (Humphrey John) - Wilson, G. D. (Grenville Dean) - Wooler, Alfred
    • Date: 1946
  • Notated Music
    The American harmony; or, Royal melody complete. In two volumes. Vol. I. containing I. A new and correct introduction to the grounds of musik ... II. A new and complete body of ... Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Aaron Williams' The American harmony: or, University psalmodist was issued as v. 2. Originally published under title: The royal melody complete. This edition, in two issues, of which this is the first. cf. Sabin. Bibl. amer., v. 24, p. 450. With this is bound, as issued: Williams, Aaron. The American harmony. Newbury-port, 1769.
    • Contributor: Tans'ur, William
    • Date: 1769
  • Notated Music
    The poor little child of a tar : the much admired ballad sung by Mrs. Bland Theatre Royal Drury Lane Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 337.
    • Contributor: Amateur - Ingall, Thomas George
    • Date: 1799
  • Notated Music
    Mary will smile : sung by Miss Broadhurst Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Song with recitative. For voice and piano. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Carr, Benjamin
    • Date: 179?
  • Notated Music
    Messiah. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Oratorio. For SATB with mixed chorus and instrumental ensemble. Eighteenth century manuscript, not dated. Vocal and instrumental parts, numbered book 2nd to book 13th. "the score is the first book": note on cover of canto part. The score is not included with the ms. Each part contains the book-plate of Sir Edward Littleton (1727-1812). Index appears on verso of each partbook cover. RISM A/II, ...
    • Contributor: Handel, George Frideric
    • Date: 1700
  • Notated Music
    Ground Ivy Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Verse 2 printed as text. Includes incomplete piano piece at end (Burr's Grand March). Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 170 Staff notation. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Marshal, Daniel
    • Date: 1799
  • Notated Music
    Hark Forward Tantivy Huzza Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Verses 2 and 3 printed as text. Includes two additional songs (The Black Bird composed by Mr. Hook and How Shall I my Pain Discover composed by James Henrill) and an additional instrumental piece (Independent Rangers Quick March). Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 178 Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 43 Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page ...
    • Contributor: Hook, (James) - Henrill, James
    • Date: 1797
  • Notated Music
    I never would be Married : a favorite song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Verses 2 and 3 printed as text. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 201 English words. Staff notation.
    • Date: 179?
  • Notated Music
    The primrose girl : sung by Mrs. Pownall Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 346.
    • Contributor: Hewitt, James
    • Date: 1794
  • Notated Music
    Ellen the Richmond primrose girl. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 123.
    • Contributor: Spofforth, Reginald
    • Date: 1797
  • Notated Music
    The soldier tired : in Artaxerxes. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For voice and continuo. Figured bass not realized. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Arne, Thomas Augustine
    • Date: 1798
  • Notated Music
    How d'ye do. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 192.
    • Date: 1798
  • Notated Music
    Then say my sweet girl can you love me : or the pretty brunette sung by Mr. Darley at Vauxhall 1793 Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and medium voice. Includes part for guitar. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 427.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1794
  • Notated Music
    The Caledonian laddy. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 52
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1794
  • Notated Music
    The Philadelphia Hymn Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Includes arrangement for 2 guitars at end. Verses 2, 3 and 4 printed as text. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 330 English words. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Taylor, R. (Raynor)
    • Date: 179?
  • Notated Music
    The Galley Slave Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For high voice with piano. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 153. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Reeve, William
    • Date: 1794
  • Notated Music
    The Girl of my Heart Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Verses 2 and 3 printed as text. Includes instrumental piece (Fife Hunt) at end. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 165 Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 141 English Words. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1797
  • Notated Music
    The Galley Slave Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For high voice with piano. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 154. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Reeve, William
    • Date: 1799
  • Notated Music
    Alone by the light of the moon : a favorite song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1796
  • Notated Music
    Are ye fair as opening roses : a favorite song, as sung by Sigra Storace in the musical entertainment of My Grandmother Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 31.
    • Contributor: Storace, Stephen
    • Date: 1795
  • Notated Music
    The Lass of the Cot Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 225.
    • Contributor: Taylor, R. (Raynor)
    • Date: 1795
  • Collection
    Newland / Zeuner collection The finding aid provides a description of the Newland/Zeuner collection which consists primarily music (printed and ms.) for piano, 2 or 4 hands, and songs, with a concentration in sacred vocal works in Latin and English. (The music in Latin may represent the only known source of pre-Cacilienverein 19th-century American Catholic Church music.) Composers range from Mozart and Rossini to George F. Root and ...
    • Contributor: Library of Congress - Newland, William Augustine
    • Date: 2005