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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
Come sing the lesson, Miss, I pray Library of Congress/NACO
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
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
John Barnett's admired air, My fatherland National Library of the Netherlands-test
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
<The >light guitar National Library of Portugal Library of Congress/NACO
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
Moonlight, music, love, and flowers Library of Congress/NACO
Mountain sylph Library of Congress/NACO
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-test 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
The raising of Laszrus. Library of Congress/NACO
Rise gentle moon Library of Congress/NACO
Robert the devil Library of Congress/NACO
Robert the devil. Little blind boy Library of Congress/NACO
Rose of Lucerne : the Swiss toy girl 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
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
The Swiss shepherds, [184-?]: Library of Congress/NACO
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
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

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