Come dwell with me...poetry by T.H. Bayly esq. / composed by Alexander Lee [music] [Variant title:Come dwell with me : a ballad sung by Mrs. Waylett in the grand musical performances at the Theatres-Royal, Covent Garden and Drury Lane.]
The light of other days : ballad, sung by Mr H. Phillips in the grand opera The maid of Artois, performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane / the words by Alfred Bunn ; the music by M. W. Balfe. [music]
Idomeneo.: Soft sleep the moonbeams, for two voices, composed by Mozart. : The poetry written and dedicated to his friend Pio Cianchetini / by Cha.s Shannon, Esq. [music]
An arabian ballad, "Ah! bright is the blush on the cheek of the morning", for the voice and piano forte, sung with the greatest applause by Mr Sapio, to whom it is respectfully inscribed / by John Parry.
Wandering savoyard, sung by Miss Stephens, in the musical play of The duke of Savoy, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden / composed by Henry R. Bishop [music]
The celebrated alpine march, arranged in a familiar style for the piano forte / by Louis Leo [music]
No. 3 of the Caledonian wreath, a selection of favorite Scotch melodies / arranged for the piano forte and dedicated to the Duchess of Buccleuch by Francois Bernard. [music] [Variant title:My love she's but a lassie yet, Ye banks and braes, Saw ye Johnnie coming, Cornriggs.]