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VIAF ID: 66659325 (Personal)

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The accomplished young lady National Library of Ireland
An account of the Royal musical festival Library of Congress/NACO
As beaut'ous as Flora, is charming young Norah National Library of Ireland
A. B. C. : Library of Congress/NACO
A.B.C. A duett representing a lady teaching a foreigner English. Library of Congress/NACO
Blue Beard! a romance of infantile history National Library of Ireland
The bonnie bark; a Northumbrian ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
The Brompton Reel National Library of Ireland
The call of honor they obey sung by Miss Stephens & Miss M. Tree in the musical drama of Ivanhoe, at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden National Library of Ireland
The canary bird; waltz for the piano forte. Library of Congress/NACO
Chevy Chace. An historical drama. Library of Congress/NACO
A collection of Welch airs arranged on a plan never before attempted, forming six divertimentos, each consisting of three of the most favorite airs : expressly adapted for the harp or piano forte, with accompaniments for a flute & violoncello also notes and observations on the mode of playing & singing the Welch music ... National Library of Ireland
Cupid's Snare : a new song sung by Mrs. Sterling at Vauxhall Gardens Library of Congress/NACO
Don't be too particular National Library of Ireland
Duetos National Library of Portugal
Echo trio National Library of Portugal
Fair cheating Library of Congress/NACO
Fair cheating. Lonely bird of night Library of Congress/NACO
A Fantasia, for Wheatstone's patent symphonion, in which are introduced a favorite Irish melody, and the popular rondo in Rossini's overture to William Tell National Library of Ireland
The favorite welsh ballad of Jenny Jones Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Fontainbleau Library of Congress/NACO
Fontainbleau. Nine lovers Library of Congress/NACO
Game of melody, selected from the most admired operas of Rossini, Ballini, Denizetti, Mozart, Meher, Auher, &c. Arranged for the flute, with and accompaniment for the piano forte Library of Congress/NACO
Goulding & cos collection of new and favorite country dances, reels and waltzes. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Helpless animals; Library of Congress/NACO
Highland Laddie, an admired Scotch air with variations... [pr pf.] National Library of France
How sweet to rove at early dawn Library of Congress/NACO
Ivanhoe. National Library of Ireland
A little farm well till'd; a comic glee arr. for the piano forte. Library of Congress/NACO
The London collection. Of glees, duets & catches. Library of Congress/NACO
Mama is so very particular: composer of "Wanted a Governess!" - etc. etc. National Library of Ireland
O! merry row the bonnie bark [from old catalog] Library of Congress/NACO
Minstrel Lays : arranged for the flute ; No. 2 Library of Congress/NACO
Moon is bright, the night serene Library of Congress/NACO
My ain fire side; the favorite Scottish ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
My lovely dark eyed Mary; a balled, sung with the greatest applause Library of Congress/NACO
My Nannie O! A celebrated Scotch ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
My Uncle Gabriel. xR Extended Titles National Library of Portugal Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
My uncle Gabriel. Sparkling bowl Library of Congress/NACO
Nine lovers I've had, I declare Library of Congress/NACO
Norah, the pride of Kildare a ballad National Library of Ireland
Oh Cupid, little god of love National Library of Ireland
Oh Dolce Doll consento! a parody, sung ... by Mr. Harley, at the Theatres Royal, Drury Lane and English opera National Library of Ireland
Oh! never say that I, Love. National Library of the Netherlands
The Old Bachelor: sung by Mr. John Parry, (composer of "The musical husband", "bridal bells", "The flying dutchman".) National Library of Ireland
A polacca, for the flageolet or flute and piano forte. National Library of Portugal Library of Congress/NACO
Polka explained Library of Congress/NACO
<[>Rondós. National Library of Portugal
The secret mine. Love's a tyrant; arr. [from old catalog] Library of Congress/NACO
Sleeping Beauty A romantic improbality of the fairy chronicles National Library of Ireland
Smile again, my bonnie lassie; a ballad. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Sweet home; a ballad. Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
<[>Tercetos. National Library of Portugal
A thema with variations, composed expressly for Bainbridge & Wood's double flageolet Library of Congress/NACO
A third divertimento, for Bainbridge & Wood's double flageolet, in which is introduced the beautiful Venetian air La biondina. Library of Congress/NACO
To beau and belle I fortunes tell; the Tyrolese fortune teller. Library of Congress/NACO
Twelve waltzes, for two patent flageolets. Library of Congress/NACO
Twenty-four favorite & popular airs (forming eight divertiments), from the works of eminent foreign masters, arr. for two flageolets or flutes. Library of Congress/NACO
O! twine a Wreath of Evergreen National Library of Ireland
<[>Variações. National Library of Portugal
The Vocal companion, consisting of favorite songs, duets, and glees Library of Congress/NACO
The voice of her I love. Library of Congress/NACO
Waltzes, 2 flageolets. [from old catalog] Library of Congress/NACO
We are two roving minstrels <a >duet National Library of Portugal Library of Congress/NACO
We'll rove at break of day, or Only love my love the more; a Cambrian ballad. Library of Congress/NACO
The Welsh harper, being an extensive collection of Welsh music Library of Congress/NACO
y name's Edward Morga National Library of Ireland

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