The bridge of sighs, the poetry by the late Thomas Hood, assigned by his executors for exclusive publication in this work, harmonized to be sung by either three or four voices, with accompaniment. [music]
by Hood, Thomas, 1799-1845.;
Year: [after 1852].
To the forest : song / the music by Tschaikowsky ; the words by Fred J. Whishaw. [music]
by Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893.; Whishaw, Constance M.;
Robin red-breast, song / written by W. Allingham, esqre. Composed & dedicated to Mrs William Sich, by Anne W. Pelzer. [music]
by Pelzer, Anne W.;
Year: [between 1845-1858].
What are the wild waves saying? / [words by J.E. Carpenter ; [music by] Stephen Glover.] [music]
by Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870.; Carpenter, J.E. (Joseph Edwards), 1813-1885.; Ellard, F. (Francis);
Macbeth. Vocal score: The original music introduced in the tragedy of Macbeth / composed by Matthew Locke ... arranged with a separate accompaniment for the piano forte by John Clarke.
by Locke, Matthew, 1621 or 1622-1677.; Leveridge, Richard, 1670 or 1671-1758.; Clarke-Whitfeld, John, 1770-1836.; Middleton, Thomas, -1627. Witch.;
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]
by Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864.; Stanley, Emma., 1819-1882.;
Molly Asthore / by L.H. Lavenu. [music] [Variant title:My Molly Asthore]
by Lavenu, Louis Henry, 1818-1859.; Thomas, Edmund, 1827-1867.; Hayes, Catherine, 1818-1861.; Allan & Wigley;
All things love thee, so do I / music by Charles E. Horn. [music]
by Horn, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1786-1849.; Tolkien, H., publisher.; , publisher.Taft, W., lithographer.; , lithographer.Stannard & Co., printer.; , printer.