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Willie we have missed you. : The popular ballad sung by Miss Emma Stanley in her musical entertainments. / [written and composed by Stephen C. Foster]. [music]
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R88/237
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For voice and piano.
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Caption title: Willie we have missed you / written and composed by Stephen C. Foster.
John Degotardi, engraver and printer, George Street.
Miss Emma Stanley was a British singer/actress, born 1819, died 1882. She toured Australia.
Price 2s.
First line: Oh! Willie is it you, dear, safe, safe at home?
Publishing information: Sydney: W.J. Johnson & Co., musical repository, 172, Pitt Street, and Lewis Moss, music seller, Hunter Street.
Dating: Cf. Neidorf, Prue. Guide to dating music published in Sydney and Melbourne. Neidorf lists W.J. Johnson & Co. as being at the 172 Pitt St address from 1858-1860. Lewis Moss began publishing music in Hunter street ca 1858.
Bound in: Owner bound volume of assorted songs, in the collection of Rouse Hill House & Farm, 1850-1864.
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.
Provenance: Rouse Hill House & Farm sheet music collection.
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[1858-60].
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Sydney : W.J. Johnson & Co.
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1 score (3 p.) ; 35 cm.
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music
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betw 1858-60.
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Rouse Hill House & Farm
R88/237