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ברנט, ג'ון, 1802-1890 National Library of Israel

VIAF ID: 57356538 (Personal)

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Before breakfast Library of Congress/NACO
Blanche of Jersey Library of Congress/NACO
Blanche of Jersey. I once knew a Normandy maid Library of Congress/NACO
The building of the ship. Op.35. Library of Congress/NACO
Carnival at Naples Library of Congress/NACO
Carnival at Naples. My lov'd home Library of Congress/NACO
Charles the XII, or, The Siege of Stralsund. National Library of Ireland
Come sing the lesson, Miss, I pray Library of Congress/NACO
Day has gone down on the Baltic's broad billow National Library of Ireland
Deuce is in her Library of Congress/NACO
Deuce is in her. Oh men, what silly things you are Library of Congress/NACO
English songs 1800-1860 National Library of Portugal
Epaulette National Library of Ireland
Far away from the forms and the voices I lov'd Library of Congress/NACO
Farinelli. Library of Congress/NACO
Harmony Hall Library of Congress/NACO
The highlander's bride ... Library of Congress/NACO
I've come across the sea National Library of Ireland
John Barnett's admired air, My fatherland National Library of the Netherlands
Joy! Joy! Joy! : the celebrated song from the Lays of the passions Library of Congress/NACO
The knight of the golden crest : a song sung by Mr. Pearman Library of Congress/NACO
Light guitar National Library of Portugal Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
List my lady dear National Library of Ireland
Love's arrow Library of Congress/NACO
Lyric illustrations of the modern poets; a collection of twelve vocal compositions for soprano, contralto tenor, and bass voices; Library of Congress/NACO
Mine must be the silent tear : ballad sung by Mrs. Wood in the opera of Fair Rosamond Library of Congress/NACO
Moon-light, music, love, and flowers, 188-?: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Mountain sylph Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Mountain sylph. Farewell to the mountain Library of Congress/NACO
"My father land" : the admired Tyrolienne sung by Miss Woodward National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Not a drum was heard : written on the death of Genl. Sir John Moore : sung with the most distinguished approbation by Mr. Sapio Library of Congress/NACO
Now the lamp of day has fled National Library of Ireland
Opera selections National Library of Ireland
Overture to the opera Fair Rosamond performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane National Library of Ireland
The raising of Laszrus. Library of Congress/NACO
Rise gentle moon Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Robert the devil Library of Congress/NACO
Robert the devil. Little blind boy Library of Congress/NACO
I saw him on the mountain. Ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
I saw (what seem'd) an artless child Library of Congress/NACO
School for the voice, 1841. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Scotch minstrel Library of Congress/NACO
Serenatas National Library of Portugal
Sol fa duett Library of Congress/NACO
Sol fa duett : The celebrated singing lesson, between master and scholar : sung by Mr. Morris Barnett & Miss F. Stanley, at the St. James's Theatre, in the highly successful burletta called Harmony Hall Library of Congress/NACO
Sweet Sister Fay A Duett, sung by Madame Stockhausen and Muss Clara Novello National Library of Ireland
The Swiss shepherds, [184-?]: Library of Congress/NACO
The Swiss Toy Girl Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
There came from soft Italy's bright glowing shore : lay of the troubadour sung by in the opera of Farinelli performed at the Park Theatre Library of Congress/NACO
This magic wove scarf round her beauties entwine National Library of Ireland
"Tis thy gondolier." A Venetian song National Library of Ireland
Win her and wear her Library of Congress/NACO
Win her and wear her. Of all that e'er for me have sigh'd Library of Congress/NACO
The wishing bell. Library of Congress/NACO
Yes! I will leave the festive scene National Library of Ireland

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