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    Poor Emma : a celebrated new song. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for flute. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 336.
    • Date: 1799
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    When summer, sweet summer : a favorite ballad Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for flute. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 465.
    • Contributor: Sanderson, James - Waldron, (Lyricist)
    • Date: 1799
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    Tho' prud[e]nce may press me. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title.. For piano and high voice. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 430.
    • Date: 1799
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    The Willow
    Much admired ballad of the Willow Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available
    Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for guitar.
    • Contributor: Storace, Stephen
    • Date: 1798
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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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    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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    The sweet little girl that I love : a favorite song. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for guitar. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 417.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1796
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    Rise Cynthia rise. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano, medium voice and high voice. Includes part for guitar. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 355.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 179?
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    Old Towler : a favorite hunting song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for guitar and flute. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 314.
    • Contributor: Shield, William
    • Date: 1796
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    Henry's cottage maid Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For high voice voice and piano. Includes part for guitar. LC additional copy bound with Federal Constitution & liberty for ever / Hewitt. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 184.
    • Contributor: Pleyel, Ignaz
    • Date: 1794
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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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    The unfortunate sailor : a favorite song Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano, violin and high voice. Includes part for flute. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 441.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 1799
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    Ellen the Richmond Primrose Girl Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Verse 3 printed as text. Sonneck, Bibliography of early secular American music, page 123 English words. Staff notation.
    • Contributor: Spofforth, Reginald
    • Date: 1798
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    Ah welladay, poor Anna : a favorite new song. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available For voice and piano, with part for flute.
    • Date: 1795
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    The Little bird : from the opera of the Cherokee. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for guitar. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 133.
    • Contributor: Storace, Stephen
    • Date: 1794
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    Sweet Nan of Hampton Green. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Caption title. For piano and high voice. Includes part for guitar. Sonneck, Bibliography of Early Secular American Music, page 418.
    • Contributor: Hook, (James)
    • Date: 179?
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    Beauty's banners /
    Since love is the hero's first duty Catalog Record Only
    For voice, unspecified instrument (probably violin), and piano. Title from caption. RISM, A/I/2, D 2729
    • Contributor: Dibdin, Charles
    • Date: 1798
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    Meg of Wapping /
    'Twas landlady Meg that made such rare flip Catalog Record Only
    For voice, unspecified instrument (probably violin), and piano. Title from caption. Version for 2 flutes on p. 4. RISM, A/I/2, D 2373
    • Contributor: Dibdin, Charles
    • Date: 1796
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    Mounseer Nong Tong Paw /
    John Bull for pastime took a prance Catalog Record Only
    For voice, unspecified instrument (probably violin), and piano. Title from caption. Version for 2 flutes on p. 3. RISM, A/I/2, D 2376
    • Contributor: Dibdin, Charles
    • Date: 1796
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    'Ere around the huge oak : a favorite song, sung by Mr. Darley in The farmer, a comic opera /
    'Ere around the huge oak that o'er shadows yon mill Catalog Record Only
    Staff notation. Caption title. For high voice; accompaniment arranged for piano, with interlinear words; includes melody parts for guitar and flute. Words by John O'Keeffe. RISM, A/I/8, S 2955
    • Contributor: Shield, William
    • Date: 1788
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    True courage /
    Why what's that to you if my eyes I'm a wiping? Catalog Record Only
    For voice, unspecified instrument (probably violin), and piano. Title from caption. Version for 2 flutes on p. 4. RISM, A/I/2, D 2742
    • Contributor: Dibdin, Charles
    • Date: 1798
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    In love shou'd there meet : sung by Miss Brent in Love in a village. Catalog Record Only "37," from pasticcio opera, for soprano, treble instrument, and figured bass. Caption title. Music by John Barnard. No. 100 in a vol. with binder's title: Songs [compiled by] Louisa Susannah Wells, 1770-4. Purchased March 18, 1992.
    • Contributor: Barnard, John
    • Date: 1770
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    Morality in the foretop /
    Two real tars whom duty call'd Catalog Record Only
    For voice, unspecified instrument (probably violin), and piano. Title from caption. Version for flute on p. 4. RISM, A/I/2, D 2786
    • Contributor: Dibdin, Charles
    • Date: 1790
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    The waggoner /
    Wagoner | When I comes to town with a load of hay Catalog Record Only
    For voice, unspecified instrument (probably violin), and piano. Title from caption. RISM, A/I/2, D 2624
    • Contributor: Dibdin, Charles
    • Date: 1791