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Owner bound volume of assorted songs, in the collection of Rouse Hill House & Farm, 1850-1864. [music]
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R88/237
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There are 2 object numbers associated with this volume of music: R88/237 and R84/908-2.
The Rouse Hill House & Farm sheet music collection is a large multi-generational domestic collection compiled by members of the Rouse and Terry families and their network and dates between the early 19th and 20th centuries. It includes Australian composed and published material as well music published predominantly in Britain.
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Provenance: Rouse Hill House & Farm sheet music collection.
Year:
[1860s?].
Publication details:
[Sydney] : Private collection
Description:
32 scores (1 volume of music) ; 35 cm.
Type:
music
Abstract:
Hearts and homes / words by Charlotte Young, composed by John Blockley -- Too late! Too late! Song as sung by Miss Louisa Vinning / W.H. Bellamy, R. Sidney Pratten -- Katty darling! Sung by Madame Anna Bishop -- Jenny Lind’s song of fatherland / English
words by Charles Jefferys, music by Felix Gantier -- I cannot sing tonight / L.H. Lavenu -- A rose tree in full bearing -- The Marseillaise hymn / arranged by Emile Coulon -- The postman’s knock / Words by L.M. Thornton esq. [and composed by] W.T. Wrighton -- Home! Sweet home! Sung by Miss M. Tree, in Clari or The maid of Milan…/ composed and arranged by Sir Henry R. Bishop -- Norah McShane / arranged by W.D. Sutch -- Robin red-breast, song / written by W. Allingham, esqre. Composed & dedicated to Mrs William Sich / by Anne W. Pelzer -- All things love thee, so do I / music by Charles E. Horn -- Molly Asthore / L. Lavenu -- Shells of the ocean / written by J.W. Lake, music by J.W. Cherry -- Anne Laurie as sung by Mrs St. John Adcock -- Fading away. Song / composed by Ann Fricker -- Castles in the air / words by James Ballantyne, symphonies and accompaniments for the piano-forte by R. Adams -- The ballad singer / by G. Linley -- Fair shines the moon / Verdi -- Willie we have missed you / written and composed by Stephen C. Foster -- Molly Bawn / composed by S. Lover -- The bridge (I stood on the bridge at midnight) / Words by H.W. Longfellow, music by Agnes Landon -- Minnie / George Linley -- Sweet home / W.T. Wrighton -- England’s welcome to all nations… / Henry Russell -- What will they say in England? / written by the Rev. J.S.B. Monsell, composed by J.W. Hobbs -- Twine the lily with the rose, vocal duet / words by E.J. Carpenter, music by Stephen Glover -- “Si, la stanchezza m’opprime.” Duettino / G. Verdi -- See from ocean rising. The favorite duet sung Mrs H. Johnson & Mr Incledon…in Paul and Virginia / J. Mazzinghi -- What are the wild waves saying? -- A voice from the waves. Duett, companion to the popular duet “what are the wild waves saying?” / words by Richard Ryan and music by Stephen Glover -- The bridge of sighs / the poetry by the late Thomas Hood…
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Hearts and homes / words by Charlotte Young, composed by John Blockley -- Too late! Too late! Song as sung by Miss Louisa Vinning / W.H. Bellamy, R. Sidney Pratten -- Katty darling! Sung by Madame Anna Bishop -- Jenny Lind’s song of fatherland / English
words by Charles Jefferys, music by Felix Gantier -- I cannot sing tonight / L.H. Lavenu -- A rose tree in full bearing -- The Marseillaise hymn / arranged by Emile Coulon -- The postman’s knock / Words by L.M. Thornton esq. [and composed by] W.T. Wrighton -- Home! Sweet home! Sung by Miss M. Tree, in Clari or The maid of Milan…/ composed and arranged by Sir Henry R. Bishop -- Norah McShane / arranged by W.D. Sutch -- Robin red-breast, song / written by W. Allingham, esqre. Composed & dedicated to Mrs William Sich / by Anne W. Pelzer -- All things love thee, so do I / music by Charles E. Horn -- Molly Asthore / L. Lavenu -- Shells of the ocean / written by J.W. Lake, music by J.W. Cherry -- Anne Laurie as sung by Mrs St. John Adcock -- Fading away. Song / composed by Ann Fricker -- Castles in the air / words by James Ballantyne, symphonies and accompaniments for the piano-forte by R. Adams -- The ballad singer / by G. Linley -- Fair shines the moon / Verdi -- Willie we have missed you / written and composed by Stephen C. Foster -- Molly Bawn / composed by S. Lover -- The bridge (I stood on the bridge at midnight) / Words by H.W. Longfellow, music by Agnes Landon -- Minnie / George Linley -- Sweet home / W.T. Wrighton -- England’s welcome to all nations… / Henry Russell -- What will they say in England? / written by the Rev. J.S.B. Monsell, composed by J.W. Hobbs -- Twine the lily with the rose, vocal duet / words by E.J. Carpenter, music by Stephen Glover -- “Si, la stanchezza m’opprime.” Duettino / G. Verdi -- See from ocean rising. The favorite duet sung Mrs H. Johnson & Mr Incledon…in Paul and Virginia / J. Mazzinghi -- What are the wild waves saying? -- A voice from the waves. Duett, companion to the popular duet “what are the wild waves saying?” / words by Richard Ryan and music by Stephen Glover -- The bridge of sighs / the poetry by the late Thomas Hood…
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1864?
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Rouse Hill House & Farm
R88/237