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Thinkest thou of me? : Song / dedicated to Miss Nina Spagnoletti, and composed by C. W. Harwood, R. A.
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MUS/TP/2
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Isabel Martha Osborne, nee Throsby, the daughter of Charles Throsby and Elizabeth Broughton Throsby, married Alick Osborne of Barrengarry, Kangaroo Valley, in 1861 and died at Hamilton [Tudor House], Moss Vale, on 13th June 1901.
Bound in: Isabel Osborne songbook circa 1837-1866.
Cover title.
Song for voice and piano.
First line: Thou art amid the festive halls.
Price, 2s. 6d.--on cover.
Trimmed copy.
Decorative green border around red print on cover.
Grocott published Charles Harwood's composition "Thinkest Thou of Me?" in 1861. It was composed by Harwood in 1859 (Graeme Skinner Austral Harmony).
Miss Nina Spagnoletti (Mrs Spencer Whatley) was a singer (soprano vocalist) who first performed in September of 1859 at Clarke's Woolloomooloo Assembly Rooms.
Provenance: Isabel Throsby sheet music collection.
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[1861].
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[Sydney] : Printed by Alonzo Grocott, 66, Bathurst Street, West,
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1 score ([3] pages) ; 34 cm.
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music
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1861
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MUS/TP/2
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