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Wilson-Greene, Mrs. Library of Congress/NACO

Wilson, Mr. National Library of Ireland German National Library

VIAF ID: 178805897 (Personal)

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Amelita Galli-Curci. Library of Congress/NACO
Andrea Chenier. Library of Congress/NACO
Baby was sleeping, its mother was weeping National Library of Ireland
The barber of Seville. Library of Congress/NACO
The beggar's opera. Library of Congress/NACO
La boheme. Library of Congress/NACO
Carmen. Library of Congress/NACO
Connel and Flora National Library of Ireland
Coppelia. Library of Congress/NACO
Dark lours the night o'er the wide stormy main National Library of Ireland
Divertissements [1]. Library of Congress/NACO
Don Quixote. Library of Congress/NACO
Faust. Library of Congress/NACO
Frieda Hempel in a Jenny Lind concert. Library of Congress/NACO
Fritz Kreisler, violinist. Library of Congress/NACO
Hark forward my Boys a favorite hunting song, sung by Mr Wilson at Ranelagh, and Mrs. Kennedy at Vaux-Hall [Short score.]. National Library of Ireland
He leaves the home where he was born National Library of Ireland
Hour I pass with thee my love National Library of Ireland
O, I hae seen great anes National Library of Ireland
I'm here in arms National Library of Ireland
Invitation to the dance. Library of Congress/NACO
John McCormack, celebrated Irish tenor. Library of Congress/NACO
Jose Iturbi. Library of Congress/NACO
Keolanthe. National Library of Ireland
The king's henchman. Library of Congress/NACO
Kreisler, exclusive Victor artist Library of Congress/NACO
Lectures on phrenology ... : a course of 8 lectures on this science at the Royal Cork Institution, on ... the 11th inst. ... National Library of Ireland
Lestocq. National Library of Ireland
Madame Butterfly. Library of Congress/NACO
The maid of Judah descriptive ballad written and composed expressly for Mr. Wilson, also sung by Mr. James Connell, and dedicated to Messrs. Grant and Macauley M.P. National Library of Ireland
A man's a man for a' that with pianoforte acct. National Library of Ireland
Marion Talley. Library of Congress/NACO
Martha. Library of Congress/NACO
Mikado. Library of Congress/NACO
[Miscellaneous theater program fragments] Library of Congress/NACO
Miss Florence Macbeth, soprano Library of Congress/NACO
Mme. Emma Calvé. Library of Congress/NACO
Mme. Lillian Nordica. Library of Congress/NACO
Mother came when stars were paling National Library of Ireland
Mr. Jascha Heifetz, violinist. Library of Congress/NACO
My ain fireside a popular Scotish song, sung ... by Mr. Sinclair and Mr. Wilson at the Theatres Royal London and Edinburgh National Library of Ireland
My Mother Dear! ballad, sung by Mr. Hobbs, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Gear & c. , &c. National Library of Ireland
The National Symphony Orchestra, third concert, April 8, 1930. Library of Congress/NACO
No more shall the children of Judah sing National Library of Ireland
Oh! gentle love! sung by Mr. Wilson, also by Mr. Templeton at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden in the grand opera of Lestocq, or the Fête of the Hermitage National Library of Ireland
Oh! she is a bright eyed thing sung by Mr. Wilson National Library of Ireland
Paderewski. Library of Congress/NACO
Pasquale Amato Library of Congress/NACO
The piano, or, Cabinet of vocal and instrumental music. contents of Number 27 : third collection of celebrated Scotch songs, sung by Mr. Wilson, in his popular entertainments : 1. Pibroch o' Donuil Dhu ; 2. Lochabar no more ; 3. Lass o'Gowrie ; 4. Flowers of the forest ; 5. Auld Robin Gray ; . John Anderson my Joe ; 7. My boy Tammy ... National Library of Ireland
Resurrection. Library of Congress/NACO
Richard Crooks, tenor. Library of Congress/NACO
Rigoletto. Library of Congress/NACO
Roland Hayes. Library of Congress/NACO
The rose of Cashmere ballad National Library of Ireland
Songs of the superstitions of Ireland. National Library of Ireland
Sweetly sleep till rosy dawn. National Library of Ireland
There was a place in childhood National Library of Ireland
La traviata. Library of Congress/NACO
Il trovatore. Library of Congress/NACO
The Warrior's Bride A ballad sung by Mr. Wood, Mr. Wilson and Mr. Parry, Junr. National Library of Ireland
What though on hamely fare we dine National Library of Ireland
What will Love not dare rondo, sung by Mr. Wilson, in the comic operetta of Il Paddy Whack in Italia! ... National Library of Ireland
Whitaker & Cos. selection of dances, reels & waltzes for the piano forte, harp, violin, or German flute, with double & single figures to each dance National Library of Ireland
Yolanda of Cyprus. Library of Congress/NACO

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