The enchantress, my presence still, in calm, in storm : the celebrated romance, sung by Miss Sarah Flower, at the Royal Victoria Theatre. / The poetry by Alfred Bunn Esqr., composed by M. W. Balff (sic).
Fra Diavolo. Proudly and wide my standard flies. Vocal score.: The celebrated Martial Air, from Auber's Fra Diavolo : proudly and wide my standard flying / adapted to new words, appropriate for private singing.
Away, away, to the Mountain's Brow : a cavatina, as sung with unbounded applause, by Mrs Waylett, at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, in the new opera of the Devil's brother, also at the grand musical festivals / composed by Alexander Lee.
I'll not throw away the flower : a ballad, sung by Mr. Millar, in the opera of My Grandfather, performed at the New Theatre Royal English Opera. / the poetry by Thomas Haynes Bayly Esqre., the music by Alexander Lee ...
Deep in the forest dell : sung by Miss E. Romer in the grand opera The mountain sylph performed at the New Theatre Royal English Opera House / composed by John Barnett ; written by T.J. Thackeray.
Woman rules you still : song, sung by Mad.e Anna Thillon, (& nightly encored) in The Sultana / composed by Edward J. Loder.
Lucia di Lammermoor. - Fra poco.: Oh! Farewell from the celebrated finale "Fra Poco" : sung by Mr. Reeves in Donizetti's opera "Lucia di Lammermoor".
There's a good time coming : a song / written by Charles Mackay, the music composed and dedicated to F. Henry Bianchi by Henry Russell.