Louisville Music Publications of the 19th Century

compiled by Marion Korda

Introductory essay: "Salut à Louisville" by Marion Korda

All's well, the favorite duett. (Select vocal duetts). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 284-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
First line: Deserted by the waning moon.
Notes: "As sung by Mr. Braham & Mr. Incledon".
Shelf no.: LS.

Allan Percy, ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 148-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: [Peters, W.C.] Publishers.
First line: It was a beauteous lady.
Notes: "Sung by Madame Anna Ablamowicz". "Arranged & respectully dedicated to Miss Margaret B. Morton".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Allan Percy, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; New York, W.C. Peters, 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1359-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: [Peters, W.C.] Publishers.
First line: It is a beauteous lady.
Notes: To Miss Margaret B. Morton. "As sung by Madame Anna Ablamowicz".
Shelf no.: v.39, p.95.

Annie Laurie, Scotch ballad. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 332-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
Arranger: Dunn, Finlay.
First line: Maxwellton braes are bonnie.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Dempster". Arranger listed [sic] Dnn.
Shelf no.: v.104, p.117.

Annie Lawrie, a Scotch ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co ; Chicago, Mould & Green.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 750.4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Robyn & Co., lith., Louisville.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: Maxwelton's banks are bonny.
Shelf no.: LS.

Annie Lawrie. (Repertoire of popular songs, no.5). -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 750.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
Arranger: Dunn.
First line: Maxwelton's banks are bonny.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.145.

6.1. Arkansas traveller and Rackinsac waltz. -- Louisville : Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati: Peters & Field, 1847.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 967.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes. Dances.
Arranger: Cumming, William [Peters, W.C.].
Shelf no.: PS.

Arkansas traveler and Rackinsac waltz. (20 favorites, no.11). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Philadelphia Lee & Walker ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1858.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 967.2 t.p. 3064.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Cumming, William [Peters, W.C.].
Shelf no.: v.14, p.94.

Attala. -- [Louisville] : Peters, Webb & Co., 1849.
l [p.7] p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1391-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Auld Robin Gray. (Songs of Scotland). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons, 1862.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1483-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs. Jenny Lind.
First line: When the sheep are in the fauld.
Notes: "As sung by Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: v.60, p.96.

Baden Baden polka. (Pleasures of home, no.20). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1852.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 630-3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands. Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.112, p.183.

La Belle Waltz. -- New York : Atwill's Music Saloon, 1835.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Elizabeth Pace".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Bohemian waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 573-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
Notes: "As danced by Mr. Durocher & daughter.".
Shelf no.: PS.

Bonapart's march crossing the Rhine. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 91.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Napoleon.
Notes: With: Bonaparte crossing the Alps.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.107.

Bonaparte crossing the Alps. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 91.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Napoleon.
Notes: With: Bonapart's march crossing the Rhine.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.107.

Bonaparte's retreat from Moscow. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 62.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Napoleon.
Shelf no.: PS.

Bonaparte's retreat from Moscow. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 78-1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Napoleon.
Shelf no.: v.84, p.276.

Bonaparte's retreat from Moscow. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 449-1.
Medium: Piano.
Arranger: Schell, J.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.89.

Bonhorst hop waltz. -- New York : James L. Hewitt & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Emma Keats".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Bonie Doon. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 17-2.
Medium: Voice or duet, with piano.
Subject: Scottish songs.
Lyricist: Burns, Robert.
First line: Ye banks and braes of bonie Doon.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.289.

Bruces address to his Army. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 15-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Incledon.".
Shelf no.: PS.

By the margin of fair Zurich's waters, Swiss air. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 213.3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: By the margin of fair Zurich's waters.
Notes: "Sung with great applause by Miss Watson, also by Miss S. Phillips.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.267.

21.1. Cachucha. Come, O come! Castanets are gaily sounding. Arranged for the
Piano Forte. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 586.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Dances.
First line: Come, O come!.
Shelf no.: LS.

La Cachucha. Fanny Elsler's Cachucha. (Pleasures of home, no.1). -- Louisville
: Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 588-3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.159.

Capt. Partridges' quick step. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
1 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.287.

Celebrated Swiss waltz. Swiss waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 669-1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.127.

Come haste to the wedding. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
1 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.57.

Come, oh come with me. (Pleasures of home, no.5). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb
& Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1741-3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.149.

Come, oh! come with me. (Pleasures of home, no.5). -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1741-3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.197.

Comin' thro' the rye, ballad. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; St.Louis Balmer &
Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 409-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: If a body meet a body.
Notes: "Sung by Mrs. Knight".
Shelf no.: v.47, p.82.

Comin' thro' the rye, ballad. (Charming songs by eminent authors) --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds,no.70 Main St.
3 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 409-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: If a body meet a body.
Notes: "Sung by Mrs. Knight".
Shelf no.: LS.

Cornelia. -- [Louisville] : Peters, Webb & Co., 1849.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1391-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Crazy Pole, or Pestal prison waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 819-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.97, p.173.

Down the burn davy love. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Keokuk, Patrick &
Crouse ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2033-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
Arranger: Paice, R.C.
First line: When trees did bud.
Notes: "Sung by Miss Paice".
Shelf no.: LS.

Down the burn davy. (Selection of Scotch songs, no.9) -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long,
1857.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2790-4 t.p. 1871.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs. Jenny Lind.
Arranger: Berger, C.
First line: When trees did bud.
Notes: "As sung by Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: v.11, p.245.

Downfall of Paris. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4-1 Book 4. No.1.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.179.

Exposition waltz. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp.
4 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Brewer Print, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Advertisements.
Notes: Advertising Louisville Conservatory of Music, Louisville merchants,
compliments of Emily Tripp, during Louisville Exposition.
Shelf no.: LP.

Fisher's & College hornpipe. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 311-1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Hornpipes.
Shelf no.: v,58, p.201.

Floating scow ob ole Virginy. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 86-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Arranger: Browne, F.W.
Shelf no.: PS.

Georgetown College students march. (Beauties of the ball room, new series,
no.5). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ;
Chicago, Higgins Bros., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2004-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: C.,W.A., engr. cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Georgetown College.
Arranger: Schaeffer, C.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.243.

Grand Russian march. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St., 1828.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 154=3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: cJuly 1828 by Edward Riley of the state of New York. To Miss Eliza
Stewart.
Shelf no.: LP.

Home, as a waltz. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg.
1 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 754.1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.147.

How can I leave thee. German melody. (Tripp & Cragg's collection of songs). --
Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Son ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 525.4.
Illustrations: cover lithograph on tint of Tripp & Cragg store.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart, Mapother & Co.,lith., Louisville, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Music publishers.
Lyricist: Gilbert, Alfred N.
Arranger: Valcolon, George.
First line: How can I leave thee?.
Notes: To Miss Aurelia Bishop.
Shelf no.: v.89, p.180 ; v.69, p.177.

I cant help dat, taint my fault. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 1862.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1350-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Perrine, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Civil War.
First line: De white folks say.
Notes: "To anybody. Written by somebody. Sung by everybody. Composed by
nobody.".
Shelf no.: v.42, p.21.

I seen her at de window. (Songs of the Sable Harmonists, no.3). -- Louisville
: Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1250.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Kneass' Opera Troupe.
Lithographer/Engraver: Bauer & Kling, lith. no.55, 3rd St., Louisville.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
First line: As I walk'd out last Sunday night.
Notes: "As performed by Benson's Sable Harmonists".
Shelf no.: v.4, p.71.

I'll hang my harp on the willow tree, romance. -- Baltimore: W.C.
Peters; Louisville, W.C. Peters & Co.; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1160.
Subject: Guitar songs.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: I'll hang my harp on the willow tree, romance.
Shelf no.: PS.

Jack Downing's waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 574-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: With: Major Jack Downing's return.
Shelf no.: PS.

Java march. -- Louisville : Peters & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: With: Waltz by Himmel.
Shelf no.: v.49, p.191.

John Anderson, my Joe. John Anderson, my Jo. (Songs of Scotland). --
Cincinnati, : Peters & Sons ; W.C. ; Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters &
Field.Louisville, 1862.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 266.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
Arranger: Schindlocker, W.
First line: John Anderson my jo, John.
Notes: Cover, c1862 by A.C. Peters & Bro., Ohio.
Shelf no.: LS.

Katy darling, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 686.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs. Ballads.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.193 ; v.134, p.71.

Last farewell. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 98.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Singers.
Arranger: Clifton, William.
First line: Heath is all lonely and drear.
Notes: "As sung by Mr. Braham.".
Shelf no.: PS.

Long, long weary day. (Our album, no.2) -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1341-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: Long, long weary day.
Shelf no.: v.28, p.1.


Lou'siana belle. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field., 1847.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1119.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
First line: Oh! Lousiana's de same old state.
Notes: "Written for and sung by Joseph Murphy of the Sable Harmonists".
Shelf no.: v.134, p.225.

Love not. Bachelors quick step. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 320-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick-steps.
Shelf no.: PS.

Lucy Neal & Sing darkies. Sing darkies sing. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 788-1 Book 2, no.3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.129.

Mabile polka & Scotch polka. (Ballroom polkas, no.l) Scotch polka. --
[Louisville] : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters
& Field., 1846.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 939[no.1] 943 [no.2].
Illustrations: lith., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
Notes: "As danced by the pupils of Monsr. Ernest". "Dedicated to Mrs. Guilford
[no.1]. Dedicated to Miss Charlotte E. Read [no.2]". Copyrighted in Ohio.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Madame Sontag's waltz. (W. C. Peters & Sons' selection of admired duets,
no.8). -- Cincinnati : W. C. Peters & Sons ; New York, William Hall & Son ;
Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 720.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: [Peters, W.C.]?.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Major Jack Downing's return, a much admired hornpipe. -- Louisville : Peters,
Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 574-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Hornpipes.
Notes: With: Jack Downing's waltz.
Shelf no.: PS.
56.1. La Marseillaise Vaterlands-lieder, chants patriotiques, for the piano
forte. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ; Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe ; St.
Louis, Fritz & Derleth.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 5262.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sinclair's Lith., T., Philadelphia, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: National songs.
Arranger: Beyer, Ferdinand.
Shelf no.: v.136, p.267.

Marseilles march. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co.
1 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 287=1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.269.
57.1. Mary of Argyle. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters,
Webb & Co.; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long; St. Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1871.
5 p. of music ; 37 cm.
Pl. no.: 1939.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
Arranger: Nelson, S.
First line: I heard the mavis singing.
Notes: "Selection of Scotch songs, as sung by Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: PS.

Mary of Argyle. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field
& Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1611-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: I have heard the mavis singing.
Shelf no.: PS.

Mary of Argyle. (Popular songs by distinguished composers). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1245-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: I have heard the marvis singing.
Shelf no.: v.41, p.47.

Messenger bird, a duett. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 66-6.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Hemans, Mrs.
First line: Thou art come from the spirit's land.
Notes: "Poetry by Mrs. Hemans, the music by her sister".
Shelf no.: v.66, p.39.

Miss Lucy Neal, a celebrated negro melody. -- Cincinnati : Peters & Co. ;
Louisville, W.C. Peters, Apollo Hall.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 85.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
First line: Come listen to my story.
Notes: "Sung by the Ethiopian serenaders". See also: Lucy Neal.
Shelf no.: v.12, p.59.

Money is a hard thing to borrow. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, 539 Main
St., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 865-4.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Morris, George.
Arranger: Stein, W.
First line: Times are so "tight".
Notes: "As sung by the Campbell Minstrels'.c1854 by Faulds, Stone & Morse.
Shelf no.: v.75, p.161.

Money is a hard thing to borrow. -- Louisville : Faulds, Stone & Morse, 539
Main St., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & chorus, with piano.
Subject: Performing groups.
Lyricist: Morris, George.
Arranger: Stein, W.
First line: Times are so "tight" for the cash is hard to get.
Notes: "As sung by the Campbell Minstrels".
Shelf no.: v.86, p.257.

New-York serenading waltz, arranged for the piano forte. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 279-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.237 ; v.134, p.35.

O dolce concento. (W.C. Peters & Co.'s duetts, no.10). -- Baltimore : W.C.
Peters ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ;
Philadelphia, Edward L. Walker ; Boston, E.H. Wade.
11 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1082.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.179.

Oh carry me back to ole Virginny, a popular Ethiopian melody. -- Louisville :
David P. Faulds.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 728-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
First line: De floating scow ob ole Virginia.
Notes: See also: "Floating scow ob ole Virginy".
Shelf no.: v.67, p.219.

Oh! give me back my heart again, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Pardoe, Miss.
First line: Oh! give me back my heart again.
Notes: "Adapted to a favorite Italian melody".
Shelf no.: v.82, p.329 ; v.134, p.183 (pl. no. 111-2).

Oh! it was not my own native land, ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1838.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 326.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: Brough, William F.
First line: I've roam'd over mountain.
Notes: To Mrs. W.F. Whitney, of Boston. Written and adapted to a German air".
c1838 in eastern district of Pennsylvania.
Shelf no.: HS.

On the banks of old Salt River. Ella's grave. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field., 1844.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 71.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Drake, James G.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: On the banks of old Salt River.
Notes: c1844 by W.C. Peters in Kentucky.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.205.

Paddy O Rafferty. A dance. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1684-1 Book 6, No.5.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.277.

Prince Blucher's grand waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 11-1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Rainer grand march and quick step. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main
St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 668-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Shelf no.: PS.

Rossignol polka. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1202.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "As danced by Monsieur Henry & Madame L. Javelli and Mons. G. de
Korponay".
Shelf no.: v.66, p.187.

Rossignol polka. (Pleasures of home, no.12). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1852.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 631-3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.167.

Russian march. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1739-1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: PS.

Santa Anna's march, to which is added a popular melody. -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters ; Louisville Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1141.
Illustrations: cover engraved.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mexican war. Santa Anna.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
Notes: "Popular melody composed on the battle field of Buena Vista by an
American officer". To Miss Mary Ann Fitzgerald.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.265.

Santa Anna's retreat from Cerro Gordo. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ;
Louisville, W.C. Peters & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1847.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1186.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Santa Anna.
Lithographer/Engraver: Fleetwood & Son, lith., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mexican War. Santa Anna.
Notes: "Subject taken from a celebrated Scotch melody, as performed by the
American Bands".
Shelf no.: v.58, p.193.

Saratoga polka. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard, Fourth St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 280=2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Arranger: Korponay.
Notes: "As taught by Korponay".
Shelf no.: v.86, p.191.

Saratoga polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 282-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Arranger: Korponay.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.225.

Serenading or schottisch polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 632-5.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands. Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.153.

Serenading polka, or Schottish national. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co., 1851.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 337-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "As danced by the pupils of Madame Blaque".
Shelf no.: v.58, p.31.

Silken bands, adapted to the favorite air "Musette de Nina". -- Baltimore :
W.C. Peters ; New York, J.L. Hewitt & Co., 1843.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 19.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Drake, James G.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: When the silken bands that fetter'd our youth.
Notes: To Miss S. Carneal.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.139; v.135, p.83, c.2; Peters' Works.

Silver Lake waltz. (Brainard & Co.s popular melodies arranged as duetts,
no.13). -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co. ; Chicago, B.K. Mould,.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 784.3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.163.

Silver lake waltz. (Pleasures of home, no.16). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 418-2.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.167.

Silver lake waltz. (Pleasures of home, no.16) -- Louisville : David P. Faulds
; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 784.3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.43.

Spanish dances. New Spanish dances. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 36-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v,58, p.203.

Spanish love song. Ta Resille. -- Louisville : Peters Webb & Co., Main St.,
1853.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 777-5.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Bewley & Robyn, lith., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Butler, Noble.
First line: Thy black eye whose darkness flashes.
Notes: To Miss Mildred B. Ewing. French & English words.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.275.

Stop waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 8-1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.195.

1. [Peters, W.C.]
Sweet memories of thee. Adapted to the beautiful Italian air, "Benedette
sia la madre". -- New York : Firth & Hall, 1839.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Amelia.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: When soft stars are peeping.
Notes: To the memory of Miss Susan Baker. 2nd edition. c1839 by Hewitt &
Jaques.
Shelf no.: v.52, p.89.

Swiss air, founded on By the margin of fair Zurich's waters. -- Cincinnati :
W.C. Peters & Co. ; Louisville Peters & Webster ; St.Louis, Peters & Field.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 124.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Arranger: Muller, Carl.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.5.

Titus march. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1756-1 Book 4 No.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.193.

' Twere vain to tell thee all I feel. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1681-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: McLean, W.W.,engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: 'Twere vain to tell thee all I feel.
Notes: "Sung by Miss Shireff".
Shelf no.: v.66, p.79.

Washington's grand march. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, 539 Main St.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 438-1 Book 4. No.2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Washington, George.
Notes: With: Osbourn, J.G.,Washingtons quick step.
Shelf no.: LP.

When the cotton's gathered in, a song for the south. -- Louisville : Webb,
Peters & Co. 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver
Ditson.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 609-6.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Lyricist: H., J. [Hoskins ?].
Arranger: "67".
First line: Listen, listen, Nelly dear.
Notes: To the Covington Eagle Harmonists.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.1 ; PS [c1853 G.W. Brainard, Ky.].

Wife's dream. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 357-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Singers.
Lyricist: Hall, S.C., Mrs.
Arranger: Cumming, Henry.
First line: Now tell me Mary.
Notes: "Sung with great applause by John M. Gibson ; by him dedicated to Miss
Mary E. Achey, of Cincinnati.".
Shelf no.: PS.

Wife, children, and friends,old English melody. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Co., 1845.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Spencer.
Arranger: Peters, W. C.
First line: When the black letter'd list.
Notes: "A favorite ballad sung by the Orphean Family. Respectfully dedicated
to Thomas Metcalfe, ex governor of Ky.".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Will you come to the bower. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 671-1.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.275.

Wrecker's daughter, a quick step. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co., 1843.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1646-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Notes: "As performed by the Baltimore Bands, taken from Walch's celebrated
Gallop". c1843 by Sam. Carusi, Md.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.169.

Yankee doodle. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, Main St.
1 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1697-1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Patriotic songs.
Notes: With: Young Lobsky.
Shelf no.: LP.

Young Lobsky. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, Main St.
1 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1697-1.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: With: Yankee doodle.
Shelf no.: LP.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.241.

Abel, Frederic.
Lola polka. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Detroit, A. Couse, 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 733.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.53.

Abel, Frederic.
Long weary day. Brilliant variations. Long long weary day. -- Cleveland
: S. Brainard & Co. ; Louisville, Brainard Bros. ; Boston, O. Ditson ; N.York,
Firth, Pond & Co.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Moffet, Clev., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Miss Lottie Adams.
Shelf no.: LP.

Ablamowicz, Anna.
There's magic in that little song, a popular ballad. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1357.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers. Ballads.
First line: There's magic in that little song.
Notes: To Mrs. J.C. Ford.
Shelf no.: v.39, p.149 ; v.68, p.159.

Abt, Franz.
Agatha. (Gems of classic song, no.2) When the swallows homeward fly. --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2127-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Duet, voices, with piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: When the swallows homeward fly.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: PS.

Abt, Franz.
Embarrassment. Verlegenheit. (Correct edition of concert songs). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 1877.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3033-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Haskins, C.C., English version.
First line: To thee my fond one.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: LS.

Abt, Franz.
Irene. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 401.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Herlossohn.
First line: Whether I love thee?.
Shelf no.: PS ; v.76, p.239.

Abt, Franz.
Marie, or When I am near thee. (Gems of classic song, no.6). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2238-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: When I am near thee.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.63 ; v.28, p.63.

Abt, Franz.
The Silent rose. Die Stille Rose. Op.385.(Gems of German song). --
Louisville : D. P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1828-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: When all on Earth is still.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.6, p.1.


Abt, Franz.
When the swallows homeward fly. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Boston, O.Ditson ; Pittsburgh, Mellor.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 510-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Gordon, J.H., English.
First line: When the swallows homeward fly.
Shelf no.: LS ; v.74, p.249.

Abt, Franz.
When the swallows homeward fly. (Songs and ballads). Wenn die Schwalben
heimwarts zieh'n. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1886-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: When the swallows homeward fly.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.6, p.13.

Adam.
Admired polka, from "Le Diable a Quatre". -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe
; G.W. Brainard & Co., 117 Fourth St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Arranger: Fessy.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.59.

Adams, C.C.
Tube-rose polka. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 310 Jefferson St., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 26-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Franklin Type Foundry, stereotyped cover ;
J.Slingerlandt,eng.& pr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Louise Allen.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.193.

Adams, Stephen.
Tar's farewell -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, 519 Fourth Ave.
5, p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano, with flute.
Subject: Obligatos.
Lyricist: Burnand, F.C.
First line: When forc'd to bid farewell.
Notes: "To Miss Lillian Muir, Pewee Valley, Ky.".
Shelf no.: LS.

A‹de', Hamilton.
Danube River. (Songs and ballads). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70
Main St.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1916-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Do you recall that night.
Shelf no.: v.35, p.61.

Alary, Giulio.
My heart with joy is bounding light, polka song, with variations -- New
York : William Hall & Son ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard ; Boston, Geo.P. Reed &
Co., 1852.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2097.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Watson, Henry C., English trans.
First line: My heart with joy is bounding light.
Notes: "As sung by Mme. Henrietta Sontag". English, Italian & German words.
Shelf no.: LS.

Albert, R.
Dear me! polka. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters,
Webb & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2616-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Lilly Waller.
Shelf no.: PS.

Albert, R.
Salutation to America, grand polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 349-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., Engr. & Pr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "To Miss Lucy Rand".
Shelf no.: PS.

Albert, R.
Silver bell polka. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Webb,
Peters & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son, 1856.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2521-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, E.O., engr., Cincinnati.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To his amiable pupil, Miss Theresa Frank, of Maysville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.47, p.29 ; PS.

An Amateur.
La cantatrice, mazurka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 817-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: To Miss Pattie Snead, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.128, p.279.

An Amateur.
River waltz. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters &
Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1851.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 394-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.92, p.171.


Anderson, Green H.
Lonely I wait love for thee, ballad. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, 118
Main St., 1869.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Anderson, Green H.
First line: Lonely I wait love for thee.
Notes: To Miss Lillie Braxton.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.205.

Anton, G.
Ladies devoir march. -- Cincinnati : F.W. Rauch ; Louisville, D.P.
Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Geo. D. Russell, 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 35-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Miss Elise J. Sands.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.253.

Arditi, Luigi.
Ilma waltz. (Concert songs by foreign writers). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 164 Fourth Ave.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3038-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Italian songs.
Lyricist: J.C.J., English words.
First line: With song, and dance.
Notes: English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.9, p.111 ; LS.

Ascher, Joseph.
Belle de Nuit, me'lodie allemande. (Southern album, no.10). --
Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ; Cincinnati, W,C. Peters & Sons ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
10 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 605.10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Oliver Lucas, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.20, p.447.

Ascher, Joseph.
Belle de nuit. Thou art so near, and yet so far. -- Louisville : Tripp &
Cragg ; Mobile, Ala., Blackmar & Bro. ; Montgomery, Ala., Schreiner & Son.
10 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 605.10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: LP.

Ascher, Joseph.
Belle de nuit. (Beauties for the piano, by Joseph Ascher, no.6). Thou
art so near and yet so far, varie'e. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main
St.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 138.9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: LP.

Ascher, Joseph.
Cascade de roses, op.80. (Les graces). -- Louisville : Louis Tripp.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 915.9.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.133, p.63.

Ascher, Joseph.
Cascade of roses. (European echoes) Cascade de roses. -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, no.165 Fourth Ave.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1739-9.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Ascher, Joseph.
Les Clochettes. Caprice etude. Op.48. The Bells. -- Cleveland : S.
Brainard & Co. ; Louisville Brainard Bros. ; N.York, Firth, Pond & Co. ;
Boston, Oliver Ditson.
10 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Moffet, Clev., engr., cover ; John J. Lemon, engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.57.

Ascher, Joseph.
Marie, polka mazourka. (Beauties for the piano, no.l). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Memphis & Nashville, J.A. McClure ; Cleveland, S. Brainard
& Co.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1140-7.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polka mazurkas.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.257 ; v.14, p.22.

Ascher, Joseph.
Mazurka des traineaux. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; Webb, Peters &
Co. ; New York, Dressler & Clayton ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber ; St.Louis, W.W.
Wakeham ; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein.
8 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3238.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: To le Comte Olympe Agnado.
Shelf no.: LP incomplete copy.

Ascher, Joseph.
Mazurka des traineaux. (Perles du salon). -- New Orleans : P.P. Werlein
& Co. ; Louisville, O.P. [sic] Foulds & Co ; Baton Rouge, Herroman ;.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 122.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wehrmann, engr., pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.43.

Ascher, Joseph.
Montagnarde, mazurka de salon. (Pianist's folio) -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3057-8.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Shelf no.: LP.

Ascher, Joseph.
Re've de bonheur, idylle, op.29. -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ;
Louisville, G.W. Brainard Bro. & Co. ; N.Orleans, Ph.P. Werlein ; Cincinnati,
W.C. Peters & Sons.
10 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 672-9.
Lithographer/Engraver: Greene & Waler, Boston, engr.,cover ; French, engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: a` Madlle Eucharis Bazin.
Shelf no.: v.129, p.193.

Ascher, Joseph.
Vaillance, polka militaire. (G.W. Brainard & Co.'s collection of
waltzes, polkas &, no.8). -- Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co., 109 Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 355-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.317.

Ascher, Joseph.
Vaillance, polka militaire. (Beauties of the ball room, no.2). --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Chicago,
Higgins Bros.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 355-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.23 ; v.92, p.187.

Ashford, E.L., Mrs.
Southern breezes, polka brillante. -- Nashville, Tenn. : Benson &
Company ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; Savannah, Ludden & Bates ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber., 1880.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To my friend, Mrs. N.B. Thompson, Louisville, Ky. c1880 by Mrs. E.L.
Ashford.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops.

Auber.
Barcarolle, in the opera of Fra Diavolo. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 616-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Lacey, Rophino, English words.
First line: Gondolier, fond passion's slave.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Sinclair".
Shelf no.: v.107, p.279.

Badarzewska, T.
Maiden's prayer. (Choice collection of popular pieces, no.8). Priere
d'une vierge. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1730-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops.

Baker, T.
Flowers are sleeping. (Repertoire de Mlle. Jetty Treffz, no.5). --
Louisville : Peters Webb & Co.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 762-4.
Illustrations: cover lith. on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, lith. ; J. Slinglandt, engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Lake, J.W.
First line: Flow'rs are sleeping.
Notes: Caption title. G. Barker listed as composer on cover.
Shelf no.: PS.

Balfe, M.W.
Good night! beloved. Serenade. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ;
Louisville, Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman ; New Orleans, P.P.
Werlein & Co.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3301.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Longfellow.
First line: Good night, good night, good night.
Notes: "Sung by Henry Squires".
Shelf no.: v.89, p.15.

Balfe, M.W.
Heart bow'd down, from the Bohemian Girl. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1615-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Heart bow'd down by weight of woe.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.97.

Balfe, M.W.
Heart bow'd down. Bohemian girl. (Vocal beauties from the operas). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St. ; Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1153-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Heart bow'd down.
Shelf no.: v.75, p.209.

Balfe, M.W.
I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls. Bohemian girl. (Vocal beauties
from the operas). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St. ; Cincinnati
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C.Peters.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 318-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Bunn, Alfred, English words.
First line: I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls.
Shelf no.: v.75, p.265.

Balfe, M.W.
Killarney. (Songs of the day). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main
St.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1821-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music ; Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
First line: By Killarney's lakes and fells.
Shelf no.: LS 2 cops.

Balfe, M.W.
Then you'll remember me, from the Bohemian Girl. (Flowers of the south,
no.5). -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2180-3 cover, 2232.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: When other lips and other hearts.
Shelf no.: v.55, p.147.

Balfe, M.W.
Then you'll remember me, from the opera The Bohemian girl. Bohemian
girl. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 339-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: When other lips.
Shelf no.: PS.


Balfe, M.W.
Then you'll remember me. (Vocal beauties) Tu m'ami. -- Louisville :
Henry Knoefel, 210 W. Market St.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3213.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: B, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: When other lips.
Notes: Publisher stamped on cover. German, English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: LS 2cops. see v.42, p.89.

Balfe, M.W.
Then you'll remember me. (Vocal gems). -- Louisville : Emily Tripp,
no.519 Fourth St. ; S.T. N.Y., Gordon & Son.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 917.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Perrine, engr., cover,v.60, p.143.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: When other lips and other hearts.
Shelf no.: LS ; v.60, p.143 (Louis Tripp).

Balfe, M.W.
Then you'll remember me. Bohemian girl. (Vocal beauties from the
operas). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 339-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: When other lips.
Shelf no.: v.75, p.205.

Ball, Alex.
When stars are in the quiet skies. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
St.Louis,Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1852.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 519-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bulwer, F.L.
First line: When stars are in the quiet skies.
Notes: c1852 by Peters, Webb & Co., Ky.
Shelf no.: LS.

Balmer, Charles.
Souvenir de Lochland, valse. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters ; Louisville
Peters & Webster ; Cin., Peters & Field, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 631.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss S.D. Thomasson.
Shelf no.: v.45, p.113.

Balmer, Charles.
St.Louis polka. (Ballroom polkas, no.3) -- [Louisville] : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 945.
Illustrations: cover engr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Caroline O'Fallon". "As danced by the pupils of
Monsr. Ernest".
Shelf no.: PS.

[Balmer, Charles] Leduc, A.
La Chatelaine. Fantaisie. (Waltzes by favorite composers). -- Louisville
: Jas. H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 859.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.117, p.15.

[Balmer, Charles] Leduc, A.
La Chatelaine. Fantaisie. (Brilliant and beautiful compositions, no.10).
-- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1879-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.114, p.123.

[Balmer, Charles]Werner, Henry.
Camille polka. -- St. Louis : Balmer & Weber ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds &
Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 790=3.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Republican Print., lith., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Matilda Heron. "Only correct edition".
Shelf no.: v.78, p.45.

[Balmer, Charles]Werner, Henry.
She haunts me still in dreams. -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; N.Orleans, Ph.P. Werlein ; Louisville, D.P.
Faulds., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 908=3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: MacDonald, R.S.
First line: I saw her 'mid the festive throng.
Notes: To Miss Lizzie Carroll.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.27.

Barclay, B.S.
One finger waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 585-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Barker, George.
Haunted stream. Ballad. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; Louisville,
Faulds, Stone & Morse ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber ; St. Louis, W.W. Wakelam.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3165.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Douglass. J.P.
First line: Come with me to the haunted stream.
Shelf no.: LS.

Barker, George.
Lucy Grey. (Songs of the Boudoir, no.5_. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds
; Peters, & Sons ; St.Louis,Balmer & Weber. Cincinnati, W.C.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 439-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Parting sun with golden ray.
Shelf no.: LS.

Barker, George.
Where are the friends of my youth? (Songs of the boudoir, no.6). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters & Webb & Co. ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1789-4.
Illustrations: cover embossed.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Addison, Lieut. Col.
First line: Where are the friends of my youth?.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.26.

Barker, George.
Why do summer roses fade. (Gems of English song, no.6). -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 334-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Why do summer roses fade?.
Shelf no.: PS.

Barker, George.
Why do summer roses fade? (Lays of the wide world, no.8). -- Cincinnati
: W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1978-3 cover, 1958.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Why do summer roses fade?.
Shelf no.: v.65, p.211.

Barnett, James G.
Barcarolle ; theme by C. von Weber. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg Co.,
Fourth St.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 351-3.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Miss Mary Root.
Shelf no.: v.133, p.31.

Bartholomew, J.N.
Ave Maria. (Memorare, sacred music for Catholic choirs). -- Louisville :
James Perry.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Chorus, 3 pt., & organ.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Ave Maria gratia plena.
Notes: Latin words.
Shelf no.: v.15, p.167.

Bayley, T. Edwin.
Flora's dream waltz. -- Louisville : Brainard & Co, 117 Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, O. Ditson., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 551-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "To the Young Ladies of the Henry Female Institute, Paris, Tenn".
Shelf no.: LP.

Bayley, T. Edwin.
Meet me darling in the bower. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, no.118 Main
St., 1869.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Glenn, D. Ella J.B., Mrs.
First line: Come, dearest, come.
Notes: To Miss Fannie Baker, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.217.

Bayley, T. Edwin.
Richmond on the James. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, Chicago, 54 Clark
St., 1863.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: Reed, E.O., engr., cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
First line: Soldier boy from Bourbon.
Notes: c1863 by T.E. Bayley, Ky.
Shelf no.: LS.

Baylor, Eugene.
6. Chansons Cre'oles, Souvenirs de la Louisiane. Op.4. -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1869.
14 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1635 - 1640.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music ; Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To M. Le Prince C.J. Polignac, Paris.
Shelf no.: v.27, p.45.

Baylor, Eugene.
La Rayonnante, caprice valse. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main
St., 1869.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1618-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mlle. Lucia R. Polk, Nouvelle Orleans.
Shelf no.: v.27, p.39.

Baylor, Eugene W. and Baylor,G.W.
Shirley waltzes. Exquisite, no.l ; Feroniere, no.2 ; Gioja, no.3 ;
Roseway, no.4. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer
& Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1853.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 750, 751, 752, 753.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music ; F.W. Fagan, engr.,
cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "To Miss Jeannie Watson ; to Madame M.T. Maltby ; to Miss Sarah Lyle ;
to Miss M.B. Hall".
Shelf no.: PS.

Bayly, T.H.
Gaily the troubadour. (Charming songs, by eminent authors). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 162-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Gaily the Troubadour.
Shelf no.: v.43, p.231.

Bayly, T.H.
No! never can thy home be mine. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 222-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
First line: I have told thee how sweet the roses are.
Notes: "Written & adapted to a canzonetta Fiorentina".
Shelf no.: v.66, p.107.

Bayly, T.H.
No, ne'er can thy home be mine. (Popular vocal duets, no.8). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; New York,
Horace Waters.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2021-4 cover, no.2000.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
First line: I have told thee.
Notes: To John Candy, esq., of Shelbyville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.161.

Bayly, T.H., Mrs.
I cannot dance tonight. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1658-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bayly, T.H., Esq.
First line: Oh! when they brought me hither.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.87.

Becht, Julius.
Bridal eve mazurka. (Pearl drops, no.12) -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters &
Bro., Pike's Opera House, 1866.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1845-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Chamberlin, Cinc., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: c1866 J.L. Peters & Bro., Mo.
Shelf no.: v.41, p.77.

Becht, Julius.
Monthly rose polka. (Roses without thorns, no.7) -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters, 1859.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3083.3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: PS.

Becht, Julius.
Sensation waltz. (Pearl drops, no.5) -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro.,
Pike's Opera House, 1866.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: x519-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Chamberlin, Cinc., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.41, p.83.

Beck, James N.
Fast line gallop. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ; Louisville,
Rattcliffe & Deboe ; St.Louis, Fritz & Derleth., 1853.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 5113 4.
Illustrations: cover colored lith. Penn. Central R.R. map.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Railroads.
Notes: To the President & directors of the great Pennsylvania Central R.R.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.39.

Becker, O., Dr.
Music zephyrs. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, Harmony Hall., 1868.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1071.7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Etranger.
First line: Through yon chancel's twilight dim.
Notes: To Mrs. C.G. Davison.
Shelf no.: v.108, p.309.

Beethoven.
Le Desire. A favorite waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 42-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Beethoven.
Farewell lovely maiden.(Repertoire de Mlle. Jetty Treffz, no.4) --
Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 763-5.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Mlle. Jetty Treffz, printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, lith., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Rosier, F.W.
First line: Farewell! too lovely maid.
Shelf no.: PS.

Beethoven.
Gertrude's dream waltz. (Thranen waltzer). -- Louiville : G.W. Brainard
& Co., Fourth St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 119=2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.105.

Beethoven.
Grand waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 278-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.21.

Beethoven.
La Sourire, grand waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 45-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Beethoven.
Thra"nen walzer, or Gertrude's dream waltz. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters
& Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1145.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.293.

Bellak, James.
Ben Bolt's waltz, in which is introduced the "Chant favori de Kneass". -
- Baltimore : W.C. Peters; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co.; Cincinnati,
W.C.Peters & Sons; Phila., E.L.Walker; Boston, E.H.Wade., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1460.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: Composed for & dedicated to Miss Eliza Fay.
Shelf no.: PS.

Bellak, James.
Love tear waltz. Op.221. (Jewels, no.10). -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker
; Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 5251.3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Carthy, E.M., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: At head of title: Miss Frances Morris Janney.
Shelf no.: LP.

Bellak, James.
Marco spada, by Auber. Op.213. (Jewels, no.5). -- Philadelphia : Lee &
Walker ; Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 5246.3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Carthy, E.M., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: At head of title: Miss Frances Morris Janney.
Shelf no.: LP.

Bellak, James.
Ocean tide waltz. (Melodious faountain, no.16) -- St.Louis : J.L. Peters
& Bro. ; Cincinnati, A.C. Peters & Bro., 1866.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1362-2.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.4l, p.31.

Bellak, James.
Swedish nightingale polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field; Baltimore, W.C.Peters, 1850.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: G.,R.M., engr. cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas. Jenny Lind.
Notes: Dedicated to Miss Caroline E. Hart.
Shelf no.: LP.

Bellak, James.
Turkish galop. Op.210. (Jewels, no.12). -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ;
Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 5259.
Lithographer/Engraver: Carthy, W.M., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Notes: At head of title: Miss Frances Morris Janney.
Shelf no.: LP.

Bellini.
Ah! for ever I now have lost thee, cavatina, from I Puritani. (Vocal
beauties of Bellini's opera, I Puritani). -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ;
Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co. ; New York, J.E. Gould & Co.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Weller & Greene, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Beckett, G.A.A., English.
First line: Ah! for ever I have lost thee.
Notes: English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.62, p.327.

Bellini.
Grand march, from Norma. -- Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co., Fourth St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 128.2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: "As performed by the Jefferson Guard's Band".
Shelf no.: v.92, p.233.

Bellini.
Hear me Norma, the celebrated duett. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 381-5.
Medium: Duet with piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Jefferys, C., English.
Arranger: Nelson, S.
First line: Hear me Norma.
Shelf no.: LS.

Bellini.
Maiden behold me. I Puritani. Son Vergin vezzosa. Polacca. (Vocal
beauties of I Puritani, no.2). -- Philadelphia : A. Fiot ; Louisville, Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Mobile, F. Bromberg ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Fields.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Crap & M'Carthy, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Maiden behold me in bridal array.
Notes: English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: LS.

Bellini.
Still so gently o'er me stealing. From the opera, Sonnambula. Ah! perche
non posso odiarti. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1655-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera.
First line: Still so gently o'er me stealing.
Shelf no.: PS.

Bellini.
Where are now the hopes I cherished, from Norma. "In mia alfin tu sei".
(Chain'd at last.). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; New York, Wm. Hall &
Son.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 199-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Jeffreys, C., English.
Arranger: Nelson, S.
First line: Where are now the hopes I cherish'd.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.95.

Bellini.
Where are now the hopes I cherished. "In mia alfin tu sei", from La
Norma. -- [Louisville] : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 960.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Jeffreys, C., English words.
Arranger: Nelson, S.
First line: Where are now the hopes I cherish'd.
Notes: Corrected edition.
Shelf no.: v.45, p.167.

Bendel, Francois.
Invitation au galop, op.104. (Pianist's folio). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3058-11.
Illustrations: outside blue covers, with additional cover title page.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Shelf no.: LP.

Benedict, Joseph.
Wait for the wagon, a song for the South West. -- Louisville : Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 389-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice with trio, & piano.
First line: Will you come my Phillis dearie?.
Shelf no.: LS ; v.134, p.243.

Benedict, Jules.
By the sad sea waves, ballad. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; New Orleans, W.T. Mayo.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 384-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs. Jenny Lind.
First line: By the sad sea waves.
Notes: "Sung by Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: v.16, p.61 ; v.82, p.159 ; v.104, p.15.

Benedict, Jules.
By the sad sea waves, from the opera, Brides of Venice. -- Louisville :
F.W. Ratcliffe ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard.
4 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs. Jenny Lind.
First line: By the sad sea waves.
Notes: "Sung by Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: v.28, p.69.

Benedict, Jules.
Take this lute. (Jenny Lind's favorite ballads, no.6). -- Louisville, :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati. Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 385-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Take this lute, whose thrilling lay.
Shelf no.: v.81, p.179.

Benson, C.D.
I love you, do you love me? -- [Nashville] : C.D. Benson, 1863.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Moon is up, sweet lady dear.
Notes: Proof sheets, white on black.
Shelf no.: v.96, p.7.

Benson, C.D.
I love you, do you love me? A serenade. -- Nashville : C.D. Benson ;
Louisville, Tripp & Cragg ; Chicago, E.A. Benson ; Cincinnati, A.C. Peters &
Bro ; Lexington, R. DeRood & Co., 1863.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt,J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Moon is up, sweet lady dear.
Notes: To Miss Sallie C. Jones, Louisville, Ky. c1863 by C.D. Benson in Ky.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.57.

Benson, E.A.
Belmont, or Share my cottage, quick step! -- Nashville : C.D. Benson ;
Louisville, Tripp & Cragg ; Cleveland, S. Branaird [sic] ; Chicago, E.A.
Benson., 1861.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: B.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wehrmann, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Arranger: Benson, Jo.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.181.

Benson, E.A.
Poor oppressed, or the Contraband schottisch. -- Nashville : C.D. Benson
; Louisville Faulds and Tripp & Cragg ; Lexington, R. De,Rood & Co., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro. lith., Louisville ;Slinglandt, J.,engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Notes: To Miss Dinah Dobson, of Nashville, Tenn.
Shelf no.: v.17, p.109.

Benthien, J.
Mignonette waltz. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters, & Co. ; Louisville,
Peters & Webster ; St.Louis, Peters & Field, 1846.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr.
Medium: Flute or violin, and piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Inscribed to Mrs. G.W. Gwathmey".
Shelf no.: PS.

Berat, Frederic.
My Normandy. Ma Normandie. -- Baltimore, : W.C. Peters ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Philadelphia, Edward L.
Walker.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1161.5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: When hope her cheering smile supplies.
Notes: "As sung by Madame Caradori Allan". English & French words.
Shelf no.: PS.

Berger, J.
Lucrezia waltz. (Odds and ends, no.16). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons., 1857.
3 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2808.2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Berger, J.
Traviata waltz. (Odds and ends, no.3). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons., 1857.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2795.2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Berner, Oscar.
Swell of summer's ocean. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.,
1867.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1489-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Byron.
First line: There be none of Beauty's daughters.
Notes: To Mrs. C.G. Davison. English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.108, p.299.

Bertram, W. Douglas.
Farewell, I may not see thee more. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ;
Louisville,D.P Faulds ; Baltimore, H.McCaffry ; Mobile, Jas. Bloch ;, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gaw, R.M., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Roney, F.E., Miss.
First line: Fare thee well for here no longer.
Notes: To the Authoress.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.55.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Azalia polka. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard &
Co. ; New York, J.E. Gould & Co.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2729.
Lithographer/Engraver: Greene, H.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.9.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Boatman dance. Op.95. (America, no.4). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Cincinati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 226-4.T cover, no.1413.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondinos.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.91.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Chant of the Danube, op.92. (Hours of leisure, no.3). -- Louisville :
David P. Faulds ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Pittsburgh, J.H. Mellor ; Chicago,
B.K. Mould.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 699.6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.29.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Ernani, de Verdi. Op.42. (Bouquet de melodies, no.9). -- St.Louis :
Balmer & Weber ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; N.Orleans, Ph.P. Werlein ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
10 [11] p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 886=10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Shelf no.: v.96, p.189 [incomplete copy].

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Ernestine polka, op.98. (Hours of leisure, no.4). -- Louisville : David
P. Faulds ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Pittsburgh, J.H. Mellor.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 696.6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: LP.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Evening star waltz. (Hours of leisure, no.l) -- Louisville : G.W.
Brainard & Co., 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Pittsburgh, J.H.
Mellor.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 526-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.37.
Note: þA collection of waltzes & polkas arranged as rondos.þ

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Hail Columbia, op.95. (America, no.8) -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard &
Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Buffalo, Sage & Son ;
Chicago, Mould & Green.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 797.5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondinos.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.247.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Love not quick step, op.95. (America, eight popular American melodies,
no.l). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ;
Baltimore, W.C.Peters.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 223-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Shelf no.: LP.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Love not quick step, op.95. (America, popular American melodies arranged
as rondinos, no.l). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters &
Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1414.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondinos.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.241.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Miss Lucy Long. (America, no.2) Op.95. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 224-4.T.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondinos.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.101 ; v.58, p.151.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Miss Lucy Neale, or The yaller gal, op.95. (America, no.7). --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 229-4.T.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondinos.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.19 ; v.92, p.73.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Morning star waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 443-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.111.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Morning star. Waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 443-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.121.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Star spangled banner. Op.95. (America, no.5). -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 227-4.T.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondinos.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.211.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Il Trovatore. Bouquet de melodies. (Les Rivales 7). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds & Co.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1346-11.
Lithographer/Engraver: C.,W.A., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Notes: To Misses S.E. & A. Llewellyn.
Shelf no.: LP.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Yankee doodle, op.95. (America, no.6) -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 228-4.T.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondinos.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.107.

Beyer, Ferdinand.
Zigeunerin, op.36. (Pianists folio). Bohemian girl. -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
8 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3112-8.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Beyer, Max.
O'er the shorn fields, ballad. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.223 Main
St., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: O'er the shorn fields.
Shelf no.: LS.

Bingham, H.O.
Saturday night polka. -- Cleveland : S. Brainard & Co. ; Louisville,
Brainard Bros., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Mattie Bailey.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.103 ; v.95, p.51.

Bishop, Henry R.
Bashful lover. -- Boston, : Oliver Ditson; Louisville, G.W. Brainard &
Co.; N.York, Gould & Berry; Boston, C.D.Clapp & Co.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Moore, Thomas.
First line: I would tell her I love her.
Notes: "As sung by Mrs. Wood".
Shelf no.: LS.

Bishop, Henry R.
I'm saddest when I sing, ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 249.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: You think I have a merry heart.
Notes: "As sung with great approbation by Mr. Dempster".
Shelf no.: v.45, p.225.

Bishop, Henry R.
I'm saddest when I sing. (Beauties of song). You think I have a merry
heart. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field
& Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1154-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: You think I have a merry heart.
Notes: "As sung by Mrs. Wood".
Shelf no.: LS.

Bishop, Henry R.
If I speak to thee in friendships name. -- [Louisville] : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
2 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1064.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Moore, Thomas.
First line: If I speak to thee in friendship's name.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.279.

Bishop, Henry R.
Teach, O! teach me to forget. -- Louisville : Peters & Webb.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 25-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bayly, T.H.
First line: Friends depart, and memory takes them.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.87.

[Bishop, Henry R.].
Home sweet home. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters ; Louisville Peters &
Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 233.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: 'Mid pleasures and palaces.
Notes: "Sung with unbounded applause, by Mrs. Wood, at the concert of the
Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia".
Shelf no.: v.59, p.17.

[Bishop, Henry R.].
Home! sweet home, ballad. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1161-3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: Bishop, Henry R.
First line: ' Mid pleasures and palaces.
Notes: "Sung by Mrs. Wood in the Maid of Milan".
Shelf no.: v.130, p.173 ; v.47, p.85 [pl. no. 1618-3].

Blackwood, Price, Mrs.
By gone hours. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters,
Field & Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1149.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Norton, Mrs.
First line: 'Tis sad, 'tis sad to think.
Shelf no.: PS.

Blackwood, Price, Mrs.
By-gone hours. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 45=3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Norton, Mrs.
First line: 'Tis sad, 'tis sad to think upon.
Shelf no.: LS.

Blackwood, Price, Mrs.
Miss Myrtle. Charming woman. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1643-3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Comic songs.
Lyricist: Blackwood, Price, Mrs.
First line: So Miss Myrtle is going to marry?.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.183.

Blamphin, Chas.
Little Maggie May. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1550-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Moore, G.W.
First line: Spring had come.
Notes: "To Miss Annie Armstrong". Faulds advertisement back cover.
Shelf no.: LS.

Blockley, John.
Hearts and homes. (Repertoire of popular songs, no.8) -- Louisville :
Tripp & Cragg ; St.Louis Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 386-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Hearts and Homes, sweet words.
Shelf no.: LS.

Blockley, John.
List to the convent bells, notturno. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 277.
Medium: Voice or duet, with piano.
First line: List! 'tis music stealing.
Shelf no.: v.11, p.299.

Blockley, John.
Love not. (Beautiful songs by favorite authors, no.23). -- Louiville :
D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 727-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Norton, Mrs.
First line: Love not! love not!.
Shelf no.: v.110, p.305.

Blumenberg, J.
D.H. Baldwin & Co. two-step. -- Louisville : D.H. Baldwin & Co., 529-531
Fourth Ave., 1899.
[2]p. p. of music ; 31 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Baldwin, D.H. Two-steps.
Notes: In: "Extracts", D.H. Baldwin advertising pamphlet.
Shelf no.: LP.

Blumenthal, J.
My queen. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.165 4th Ave.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1650-9.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Stella.
First line: Where and how shall I.
Notes: "Sung by Sims Reeves".
Shelf no.: v.53, p.171.

Bohm, Carl.
Dancing leaves. (Varieties for the piano, no.10) -- Louisville : Henry
Knoefel, 68 W. Market St., 1875.
10 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: LP.

Bohm, Carl.
Esmeralda, impromptu, op.103. (Salon compositions for piano) --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1982-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Bohm, Carl.
Hussah, bravour galopp, op.139. (Salon compositions for piano). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1978-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Shelf no.: LP.

Bohm, Carl.
Silent thoughts, melodie, op.101. (Salon compositions for piano).
Stilles sehnen. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1983-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Bohm, Carl.
Styrian song, op.104. Steyrische Lieder. (Salon compositions, for
piano). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1996-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.114, p.33.

Bollman, Henry.
Think of me when thou art happy only. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons
; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1710-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Think of me when thou art happy only.
Notes: To Miss Fanny Weir. "As sung by J.H. McCann, esq.".
Shelf no.: v.59, p.233.

Bollman, Henry.
Think of me when thou art happy only. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons; ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co.; New Orleans, W.T. Mayo; St. Louis,
Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1711.
Subject: Guitar songs. Ballads.
First line: Think of me when thou art happy only..
Notes: "To Miss Fanny Weir. ... As sung by J.H. McCann, Esq."
Shelf no.: PS.

Bonner, Eugene A.
Dreaming oe'r the past. -- Louisville, Ky. : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St.,
1864.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1373-5.
Illustrations: Major & Knapp, lith. cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Teesdale, E.
First line: Oft as on mem'ry's scroll we gaze.
Notes: "To my old schoolmate Frank E. Keehln, Salem, N.C.".
Shelf no.: v.50, p.l0l ; v.105, p.l.

Bonner, Eugene A.
Encore une fois, polka-mazouarka caracteristique. Just once more. --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 100 Main St., 1865.
7? p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Stackpole, N.Y., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polka mazurkas.
Notes: Incomplete copy. "To Mlle Clara L. Freeman, Webster, Mass.".
Shelf no.: LP.

Bornschein, Edward.
Cricket and cuckoo polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Memphis &
Nashville, James A McClure ; New York, Wm. Hall & Sons., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1113-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Dunbar, C., engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "As performed by the Orchestra of the N. York Academy of Music".
Shelf no.: v.16, p.201.

Boyle, E.O., Mrs.
Review polka! -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Wm. & Son S. & Co. ; New
York, Hall, Cleveland, Brainard, 1863.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1366-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polka.
Notes: "To Miss Lepha Clark. Caldwell Institute".
Shelf no.: LP.

Bradford, J.M.
Orient, a collection of waltzes, polkas &. -- Louisville : G.W.
Brainard, & Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Providence, A.M. Leland ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 859.4.
Medium: Guitar.
Subject: Guitar.
Arranger: Kelley, Robt.
Notes: Contents: Polka redowa ; Crescent waltz ; Omar polka ; Trumpet waltz.
Shelf no.: GH.

Bradley, Charles B.
Diamond schottische. -- Louisville : Jas. H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St.,
1874.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 62-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Armstrong, J.M., music typographer, Philadelphia,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: "To Wm. E. Floyd". c1874 by W.F. Shaw.
Shelf no.: LP.

Brandeis, Frederick.
Was it a crime to love thee. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 117
Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson., 1852.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 557-7.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: G. O. P.
First line: Was it a crime to love thee.
Notes: "To Miss Henrietta Wick,of Cleveland, O.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Bricher, T.
Autumn winds,nocturne. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W.
Brainard & Co. ; N.York, Gould & Berry ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ;
N.Orleans, H.D. Hewittt.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 5045.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Miss Sarah E. Watson.
Shelf no.: v.132, p.109.

Brough, W.F.
Lost steamer. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 539 Main St., 1856.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2007-8.
Shelf no.: v.136, p.1, c.2
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Co., New York, cover ; J.Slinglandt, engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Brough, W.F.
First line: Deep she lies where mermaids dwell.
Notes: "In memory of dear friends on board of the Pacific".
Shelf no.: v.107, p.1.

Brown, Francis H.
Gem of Scotland, a favorite Scotch air arranged with variations for the
piano forte. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters; Louisville, Peters & Webster;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1843.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 867.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: "Respectfully dedicated to his pupil, Miss Adelaide B. Levy". c1843 by
John F. Nunns, New York.
Shelf no.: PS.

Brown, Francis H.
Just out, polka. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds
; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1856.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3873.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony, Major & Knapp, N.Y., engr. cover ; Clayton,
engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To A.W. Berg, Esq.
Shelf no.: v.20, p.37.

Brown, Miss.
Come to the sunset tree, or the Tyrolese evening hymn. -- Cincinnati :
W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1033.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Hemans, Mrs.
First line: Come, come, come!.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.211.

Brunner, Chas.
Bella Flora polka. -- St.Louis : Bollman & Schatzman ; Louisville, Henry
Knoefel ; John Molter, Chicago, 1871.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 823.3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.13, p.193.

B-chel, Edward.
Paulinen polka. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Boston, O. Ditson., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 23-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Fannie A. George. c1851 by G.W. Brainard & Co.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.112, p.163.

Buckley, Frederick.
Beautiful one. -- Cincinnati : A.C. & J.L. Peters ; Louisville, Wm.
McCarrell, 310 West Jefferson St., 1860.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Miss Caroline Richings.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Caldwell, Ella.
First line: Beautiful one! thine image fair.
Notes: To Miss Laura Smyser, of Louisville, Ky. "As sung by Miss Caroline
Richings".
Shelf no.: v.14, p.26.

Burgmuller, Frederic.
Blanche, polka mazurka. -- New York : William Hall & Son ; Louisville
Brainard & Co. ; Rochester, Alex. Grant ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field,.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1972.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polka mazurkas.
Shelf no.: v.93, p.55.

Burgmuller, Frederic.
Cavatina by Bellini, with variations. 6 Morceaux, no.6. -- Cincinnati :
W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; St. Louis, Balmer &
Weber.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2280-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.3, p.163.

Burgmuller, Frederic.
March, from Bellini's celebrated opera, La Norma. -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds & Co. ; Peters, Field & Co. ; W.C. Peters & Co.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1231-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Operas, selections. Marches.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.209.

Burgmuller, Frederic.
Skaters. Les partineurs. Waltz, from the opera the Prophet. --
Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
8 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 695-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera themes.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.69.

Burgmuller, Frederic.
Wandering Jew waltz. (Sounds from Europe, no.10) Le Juif errant. --
Cincinnati : F.W. Rauch ; Louisville Tripp & Cragg ; Boston, Russell & Fuller
;, 1858.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 119-9.
Lithographer/Engraver: Froelich, A.L., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.42, p.42.

Burgmuller, M.
Frankfort gallopade, and Gallenberg's waltz. -- Louisville : W.C.
Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 40.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Gallopades.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.109.

Burgmulller, Frederic.
Wandering Jew, grand valse brillante. (Les Graces collection). Juif
errant. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, 170-172 Fourth St.
8 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1031-9.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: Chromolithographed cover, upside down, on reverse of cover:Robert
Challoner, Free Cuba, Louisville, Robert Challoner, c1873.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops. see v.42, p.42.

Carcassi.
Complete instructions for the guitar, opus 59. -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
67 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 899.
Medium: Guitar.
Subject: Guitar studies & methods.
Notes: French & English text. "To which is added a choice collection of
admired airs". Twentieth edition.
Shelf no.: GH.

Carcassi ?.
Sweet birds are singing, arranged for one or two voices -- Louisville :
W.C. Peters & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1234 G.l. Carcassi, Abd.
Medium: Voice, or duet, and guitar.
Subject: Guitar songs. Duets.
First line: Sweet birds are winging.
Shelf no.: PS.

Carlini, F.
Beauty polka. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3163.3.
Illustrations: lith. cover, printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott & Forbriger, lith.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "To Miss P. Cavagna".
Shelf no.: PS.

Carusi, Samuel.
I dream of all things free. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co., 1843.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1629-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr, music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I dream of all things free!.
Notes: To Miss M. Grundy. c1843 by Sam. Carusi in Maryland.
Shelf no.: v.66,p.53.

Challoner, Robert.
Come, dearest heart. -- Cincinnati : John Church & Co., 1877.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cooper, George.
First line: Fair golden hour of sunset.
Notes: "As sung by Wm. H. Tilla, the celebrated English tenor".
Shelf no.: v.8, p.183.

Challoner, Robert.
Each tender thought is thine. Romance. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall &
Co., 1878.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 239.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cooper, George.
First line: At eve, at mornings.
Shelf no.: v.8, p.197.

Challoner, Robert.
Old folks at home. Grande paraphrase de concert. -- Boston : Oliver
Ditson ; Chicago, Lyon & Healy ; Cinn., J. Church & Co. ; Boston, J.C. Haynes
& Co. ; Phil., Lee & Walker., 1874.
13 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Mrs. Dr. H.M. Bullitt, and daughters.
Shelf no.: LP.

Challoner, Robert.
One hundred years ago. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.,
1875.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1967-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Comic songs. Minstrel songs.
First line: Thro' all the land a change has come.
Notes: To my friend, Dr. W.T. Leachman. "As sung by Haverley's Minstrels".
Shelf no.: LS.

Cherry, J.W.
Madoline. (Six songs). -- Cleveland : S. Brainard & Co. ; Louisville,
Brainard Bros.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Lemon, J.J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Gill, Edward J.
First line: I dream of thee, sweet Madoline.
Shelf no.: v.62, p.231 ; v.89, p.296.

Cherry, J.W.
Shells of ocean. (Songs of the boudoir, no.7) -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 857.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: One summer eve with pensive thought.
Shelf no.: v.43, p.193.

Cherry, J.W.
Shells of oean. (Lays of beauty, no.4). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2009-4 cover, 2005.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., engr., N.Y., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: One summer eve, with pensive thought.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.18.

Chopin, F.
Mazurka, op.67, no.4. (Choice collection of classic gems). -- Louisville
: D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1591-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Froelich, A., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Shelf no.: v.63, p.251.

Christy, E. P.
Old folks at home. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co., 1873.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Mlle. Nilsson.
Lithographer/Engraver: J.H. Bufford's Sons.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Lyricist: Christy, E.P.
First line: Way down upon de Swanee ribber.
Notes: c1857 by Firth, Pond & Co. Written and composed by Stephen Collins
Foster, though published under Christy's name.
Shelf no.: v.7, p.9 ; v.81, p.151.

Claepius.
Evening. (Gems from the South). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main
St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1402-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Sun in the ocean is sinking.
Shelf no.: v.88, p.243.

Claribel.
Five o'clock in the morning. (Songs and ballads, as sung by Mlle Parepa,
no.l). -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, Harmony Hall.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1046.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Claribel.
First line: Dew lay glitt'ring o'er the grass.
Notes: To Miss Nellie M. Tripp.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.35 ; LSp.

Claribel.
Five o'clock in the morning. (Songs and ballads). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1902-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Claribel.
First line: Dew lay glitt'ring o'er the grass.
Shelf no.: v.75, p.245.

Claribel.
I cannot sing the old songs. -- : .
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1057.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Claribel.
First line: I cannot sing the old songs.
Notes: Cover lacking.
Shelf no.: v.68, p.215.

Clark, A.B.
Sweet birds of spring, duett and chorus. -- Louisville : Jas. H. Cragg,
160 Fourth St., 1874.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 39-3.
Illustrations: cover single color lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Armstrong, J.M., Music Typographer, Philadelphia,
music.
Medium: Duet with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Duet with chorus.
Lyricist: Cooper, Geo.
First line: Sweet birds of spring, your carols ring.
Notes: c1874 by W.F. Shaw.
Shelf no.: v.90, p.149.

Clark, S.J., Miss.
Mighty ship. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, Third St. ; Louisville,
G.W. Brainard & Co., 1851.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 206-3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Where art thou going Mighty Ship!.
Notes: "Composed & dedicated to her teacher, Joseph B. Smith".
Shelf no.: LS.

Clements, J.B.
Hannibal's oath. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters, 1844.
4 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 68.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Landon, Miss.
First line: And the night was dark and calm.
Notes: To Miss S.F. Conway.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.161.

Clifton, H.
Kind angels guard the dear ones at home. (Vocalist's album by American
composers). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1872.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1832-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: I'm coming home.
Shelf no.: v.90, p.193.

Coinchon, A.
Les Fugitives. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 786-10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Colliere, L. Coradi.
In sunshine and in shade. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 570.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Browne, Emma Alice.
First line: Oh love! oh love!.
Shelf no.: v.112, p.1.

Colliere, L. Coradi.
In violata. (Popular sacred pieces, no.5). Who can compare. --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co., 1855.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2214-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Who can with thee compare.
Notes: "To J.T. Stoddard, Baltimore".
Shelf no.: PS.

Como, Eugene.
Buchanan polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ;
Indianapolis, Willard & Stowell ; Milwaukie, H.N. Hempstead ; Nashville, J.A.
McClure.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 724-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To the "Friends of democracy".
Shelf no.: v.125, p.303.

Converse, Charlie C.
Be kind to the stranger from home, ballad. -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds, 539 Main St. ; Buffalo, J. Sage & Son ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ;
Boston, O. Ditson., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 729.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Garret, I.E.
First line: Be kind to the wand'rer on Life's thorny way.
Notes: To Mrs. E.V. Gerhart.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.299.

Converse, Charlie C.
Eugenia polka. (Brainard & Co.'s duetts, no.3). -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co. ;
Chicago, B.K. Mould., 1854.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 786.3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Notes: c1854 by G.W. Brainard, in Ky.
Shelf no.: v.123, p.245.

Converse, Charlie C.
Flower garden polka. (Brainard & Co.s collection of popular melodies
arr. duetts,no.6). -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co., 1854.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 792.3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Polkas. Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.103.

Converse, Charlie C.
Flower queen schottisch. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard, 109 Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Nashville, J.B. West ; Memphis, Churchill & Co.
; Indianopolis, A.E. Jones & Co. ;, 1835?.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 751.4.
Illustrations: colored lith., cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Robyn & Co., lith., Louisville.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Miss Emma Knight, Louisville, Ky. Correct date 1853.
Shelf no.: LP.

Converse, Charlie C.
Jennings waltz. (Brainard & Co.s popular melodies arranged as duetts,
no.2). -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co. ; Inianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co. ; Chicago, B.K. Mould., 1854.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 791.3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.159.

Converse, Charlie C.
Moonbeam waltz. (Converse folio, no.2). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds
; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones., 1854.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 960-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To the pupils of the Leavensworth Female Seminary Petersburg, Va.
Shelf no.: LP.

Converse, Charlie C.
Old days we remember. -- St. Louis: Balmer & Weber; Louisville, Peters,
Webb & Co.; Cincinnati, W.C.Peters & Sons; N.York, W.Hall & Son., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 539=4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Greene, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Christy's Minstrels.
First line: Old days we remember.
Notes: "As sung by Christys Minstrels".
Shelf no.: v.136, p.23.

Converse, Charlie C.
Old Jessy, Ethiopian songs. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ; Louisville,
F.W. Ratcliffe., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4816.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: M'Carthy, E., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.Performing groups.
Lyricist: Sedgwick, C.C.
First line: Old Jessy once was young like us.
Notes: To E.P. Christy esq., of the celebrated Christy's Minstrels.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.345; c.2, LS.

Converse, Charlie C.
Spanish victory march, composed for the guitar. -- New York : Firth,
Pond & Co. ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field.,
1854.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2750.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., cover ; Go"ckeitz, engr., music.
Medium: Guitar.
Subject: Guitar.
Notes: To Mrs. M.J. Hedges, Elmira, N.Y. "As a companion to the Spanish
Retreat".
Shelf no.: GH.

Converse, Charlie C.
True lover's polka. (Converse folio, no.4). -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co., 1854.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 829.3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To the pupils of the Leavensworth Female Seminary, Petersburg, Va.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.15.

Cook, John C.
Fall-season waltz. -- Louisville : Peters & Webb, 1848.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Tone, R.W., engr. & pr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Matilda Fleming.
Shelf no.: v.45, p.109.

Cook, John C.
Kentucky polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters &
Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 176-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To John & Henry Hall.
Shelf no.: LP.

Cook, John C.
Kentucky polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters
& Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 176-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To John & Henry Hall.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.81 (cover lacking); v.86, p.181 ; v.134, p.29.

Cook, John C.
Lexington polka -- Louisville : H.J. Peters ; New York, Firth, Hall &
Pond.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1263-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Harriet Boswell".
Shelf no.: PS.

Cook, John C.
Mammoth Cave waltz. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, Peters &
Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 172-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Martha Payne.
Shelf no.: LP.

Cook, John C.
Midnight dream waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
3 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 301-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Sarah Lane, of Shelbyville, Ky.
Shelf no.: LP.

Cook, John C.
Shelbyville waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1257.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To the Young Ladies of the Shelbyville Female Seminary. c1846 by H.J.
Peters, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.205.

Coote.
Juliette waltz. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, no.118 Main St., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, E.O., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Stuebling, A.
Notes: To Miss Mary J. Easton, Covington, Ky. "As played by Chris. Haupt's
Quadrille Band, Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: v.84, p.168.

Cowell, Miss.
Thy name was once a magic spell, ballad. -- Louisville ? : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 407.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Norton, Mrs.
First line: Thy name was once the magic spell.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Dempster. Adapted to a Scotch melody".
Shelf no.: v.77, p.189 ; PS ; v.57, p.179.

Cowling, J. Val.
Song of the citizen guards. Cheer, boys, cheer. -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds ; St.Louis Balmer & Weber ; Nashville & Memphis, J.A. McClure, 1861.
5 p. of music ; 25x33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1338-4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr.& pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War-Confederate.
First line: Cheer, boys, cheer.
Notes: To Col. Thomas H. Hunt. Citizen guards, company A, 2d regiment Kentucky
Sate Guard.
Shelf no.: v.42, p.57.

Cox, John S.
There's a smile waiting for me at home. -- New Albany, Ind. : Ohio Falls
Music Co., 1869.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: J.L.C. & Co.53-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Swain, G.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus & piano.
Lyricist: Clifton.
First line: Troubles we fancy.
Shelf no.: v.8, p.231.

Cramer, Henri.
Il desiderio. Pense'e romantique. (Favorite thoughts, no.2) --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer
& Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 754=4.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: PS.

Cramer, Henri.
Last idea, op.74. Letze idee, von C.M. v. Weber. (Les Graces, collection
of choice pieces for piano). -- Louisville : Tripp, Louis, 170-172 Fourth St.
p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 855.11.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: Incomplete copy.
Shelf no.: LP.

Cramer, Henri.
Nocturne elegique. -- Louisville : Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 745.5.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: ;v.129, p.283.

Craven, J.T.
Oh I should like to marry. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters, 507 Main St. ;
Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1144.
Medium: Voice and piano.
Subject: Comic songs.
Lyricist: Grattan, J.P.
First line: Oh! I should like to marry.
Notes: Verses refer to "Field's cheap Music Store in Cincinnati". "Sung with
great applause by Mrs. Grattan, Miss Shaw, Rosalie Hood".
Shelf no.: PS.

Crosby, L.V.H.
Belle of Louisville. (Crosby's songs & ballads, no.4). -- Louisville :
G.W. Brainard, & Co., 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Louisville,
F.W. Ratcliff., 1851.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 520-6.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Lyricist: Crosby, L.V.H.
First line: I spose you've heard of Jenny Lind.
Notes: "Sung at his principal concerts by L.V.H. Crosby". Autographed cover.
Shelf no.: LS.

Crosby, L.V.H.
Love bewitched am I of Jennie, ballad. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223
Main St., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1351-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Crosby, L.V.H.
First line: Love-bewitched am I.
Notes: "To little Jennie Ford, of Chicago".
Shelf no.: LS.

Cross, B.T.
I saw thee but an hour. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1638-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wood, O., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Coleman, Henry.
First line: I saw thee but an hour.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.125.

Crouch, F.N.
Kathleen Mavourneen, a favorite ballad. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters &
Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1155-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
Lyricist: [Crawford, Mrs.].
First line: Kathleen Mavourneen, the grey dawn is breaking.
Shelf no.: v.50, p,119.

Crouch, F.N.
Kathleen Mavourneen. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters
& Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 315-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
Lyricist: Crawford, Mrs.
First line: Kathleen Mavourneen! the grey dawn is breaking.
Notes: "Correct edition".
Shelf no.: v.60, p.131 ;LS ;v.74, p.299 ; v.99, p.133.

Cunningham.
Spring grove. Schottisch. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1852.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 653-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Abby & Mary Zane.
Shelf no.: PS.

Cunningham, Allan.
Wet sheet & a flowing sea. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.,
1841.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1278-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Wet sheet and a flowing sea.
Notes: c1841? by S.Carusi, Md. "Sung with distinguished applause by Mr.
Walton".
Shelf no.: LS.

Currie, William H.
Bates House polka. -- Indianapolis : Albert E. Jones & Co. ; Louisville,
G.W. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Geo. P. Reed & Co., 1854.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 351-5.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Robyn & Co.,lith., Louisville, oblong cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas. Bates House.
Notes: To Messrs Wilson of Richardson.
Shelf no.: LP.

Currie, William H.
Grave of Lilly Dale. -- Indianapolis : Albert E. Jones ; Louisville,
G.W. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Geo. P. Reed & Co., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2055.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ben Tenuto, engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney.
First line: We smooth'd down the locks.
Notes: To Miss Emma E. Fontaine, of Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.88 ; v.122, p.57.

Cutler, S.S.
Carrie polka. -- Lexington, Ky. : S.S. Cutler & Co.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 837.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Arranger: Munoz, Julian.
Notes: Dedicated to Miss Lizzie Lee Wallace, by a friend.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.273; c.2, LS.

Czerny, Charles.
Air Allemand. (Me'lodies populaires, op.606, no.4) -- Louisville : David
P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 918-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.85.

Czerny, Charles.
Air Bohemien. (Me'lodies populaires, op.606, no.6) -- Louisville : David
P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 910-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.95.

Czerny, Charles.
Air in La Gazza Ladra. (Souvenir de Jenny Lind, no.4). -- Louisville :
David P. Faulds, Main St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; New Orleans, H.D.
Hewitt.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 773-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands. Jenny Lind.
Shelf no.: v.24, p.305.

Czerny, Charles.
Air Montagnard. (Me'lodies populaires, op.606, no.2) -- Louisville :
David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1201-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.75.

Czerny, Charles.
Air Tyrolien. (Me'lodies populaires, op.606, no.l) -- Louisville : David
P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 848-7.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.67.

Czerny, Charles.
Cavatina in Beatrice di Tenda. (Four operatic airs arranged as duetts,
no.3). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ; Hewitt ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 772-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Duets. Jenny Lind.
Notes: "Souvenir de Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: LP.

Czerny, Charles.
Daily exercises, consisting of cadences and scales of major and minor
keys. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 70 Main St.
9 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 628-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Shelf no.: v.131, p.1.

Czerny, Charles.
Duke of Reichstad's waltz. (Twelve popular airs in form of easy rondos,
no.3). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ;
Louisville, Peters & Webb Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1464-4 no.1468, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Czerny, Charles.
Durandarte and Belerma. Trois Airs Irlandais, no.2. Op.455. --
[Louisville] : W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Louisville, Peters &
Webster.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 803.
Medium: Piano.
Arranger: Czerny, Charles.
Shelf no.: v.3, p.157.

Czerny, Charles.
Fantasia on airs from Mozart's operas, op.741. (Three amateurs, three
performers on one piano forte). -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W.
Brainard & Co. ; New York, Gould & Berry.
27 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 18723.
Medium: Piano, 6 hands.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Shelf no.: v.51, p.243.

Czerny, Charles.
Fantasia on airs from Norma, op.689. (Three amateurs, for three
performers on one piano forte). -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W.
Brainard & Co. ; New York, Gould & Berry.
33 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 14553.
Medium: Piano, 6 hands.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Shelf no.: v.51, p.289.

Czerny, Charles.
Linden waltz -- Louisville : Peters & Webb.
p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 92-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: Incomplete copy.
Shelf no.: PS.

Czerny, Charles.
Linden waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 92-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Czerny, Charles.
Linden waltz. -- [Louisville] : W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field
; Louisville, Peters & Webster.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 905.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Czerny, Charles.
Prince Albert's royal march. (W.C. Peters & Co's duetts, no.12). --
Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co ; Cincinnati, Peters,
Field & Co.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 722.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: PS.

Czerny, Charles.
Three sisters, six rondinos for three performers on one piano forte.
No.l. Air Suisse. (The shepherds lay). -- Boston : Ditson, Oliver ;
Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co. ; N. York, Gould & Berry ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 7513.
Medium: Piano, 6 hands.
Subject: Piano, 6 hands.
Shelf no.: v.87, p.15.

D'Albert, Charles.
Coquette polka -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 435-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "To the Young Bachelors Society".
Shelf no.: PS.

D'Albert, Charles.
Coquette polka. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard &
Co. ; New York, Gould & Berry.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 5033.
Lithographer/Engraver: Weller, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.31.

D'Albert, Charles.
Coquette polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1132-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Arranger: Wallerstein, Anton.
Notes: To Young Bachelors Society.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.3, p.375 ; v.112, p.125 [pl. no. 435-5].


D'Albert, Charles.
Flower of the field, valse caracteristique. -- Philadelphia : Lee &
Walker ; Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe ; Montreal,Ca., J.W. Herbert & Co.
13 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 5112 11.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Frey, A., artist ; Sinclair's Lith., Pa., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.1.

D'Albert, Charles.
Garland polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston, O. Ditson &
Co. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 842.5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.55.

D'Albert, Charles.
New Years polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 722-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: LP.

D., W.N.
Old farmer, song & chorus. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, Harmony Hall,
1869.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1063.5.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: On a green mossy knoll.
Notes: "To Mrs. G.C. Mock. Music by W.N.D., Lebanon, Ky. Sept. 24/67".
Shelf no.: LS.

Dana, M.S.B., Mrs.
Flee as a bird. -- [Louisville] : .
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Advertisement.
First line: Flee as a bird to your mountain.
Notes: "Compliments of St. Nicholas Bazar, Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: LS 2 cops.

Danks, H.P.
Years have pass'd since last we met. -- [Louisville] : D.P. Faulds,
1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1446-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Baker, W.C.
First line: Years have pass'd since last we met.
Notes: Faulds advertisement back cover.
Shelf no.: LS.

Davies, Geo. C.
Bell and chime, a descriptive song. -- Louisville : Peters & Webster ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field., 1847.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 961.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cliffe, Leigh.
First line: Hark! the old church clock.
Shelf no.: PS.

De Grau, Durand.
Il Corricolo. Galop brillant. Op.24. -- Louisville : Henry Knoefel, 210
W. Market St. (stamped).
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1345.6.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hofstetter Bros.,lith., Philadelphia, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Notes: At head of title: X.L.C.R. Edition, c1884 by W.F. Shaw Co.
Shelf no.: LP.

De Vegara, A.
Watcher, ballad. Adapted to a favorite Spanish melody. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1294.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Hale, Sarah J., Mrs.
First line: Night was dark and fearful.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.77.

Decombes.
Brin de violette. (Les Guerriers et les fleurs, no.2). -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters &
Sons, 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 738-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Redowa.
Arranger: H., L.
Notes: "a` Mlle. Anna Key".
Shelf no.: PS ; v.127, p.99.

Decombes.
Kabyle. (Les Guerriers et les fleurs, no.l) -- Louisville : Peters, Webb
& Co ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 737-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Dance.
Arranger: H., L.
Notes: "a` Mlle. Anna Key".
Shelf no.: PS.

Deming, L.L., Mrs.
Mary in heaven. Ballad. -- Cincinnati, : W.C. Peters & Sons ;
Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cleveland,
Holbrook & Long ;Madison, John Luck ;New York, Horace Waters., 1853.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1938-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Fleetwood & Son, Cin., lith. cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Deming, L.L., Mrs.
First line: There liv'd on the banks.
Notes: "Written and arranged for Mrs. J.W. Gray".
Shelf no.: PS.

Dempster, William R.
Oh! Come with me, a ballad. There's a lonce & lovely isle. -- W.C.
Peters; Louisville, Peters & Webster; Cincinnati, Peters & Fields., c1837.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 318.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gillingham, E., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Dempster, William R.
First line: There's a lone and lovely Isle.
Notes: "Respectfully inscribed to Miss Martha A. Jenkins, of Baltimore". c1837
by John F. Nunns in Penn.
Shelf no.: PS.

Desrioux, Jules.
Stonewall Jackson's way. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 1863.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: photograph of Jackson mounted on cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music ; Reed, E.O., engr.,
cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War-Confederate.
First line: Come stack arms, men.
Notes: "To Miss Emma Tyler. Corrected edition".
Shelf no.: LS 2 cops.

Desrioux, Jules.
Stonewall Jackson's way. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 1862.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: photograph of Jackson mounted on cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, E.O., engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War - Confederate.
First line: Come stack arms, men.
Notes: To Miss Emma Tyler. Composer "Desrivux" on cover.
Shelf no.: v.70, p.311.

Dieckman, Gustave.
Cedar bower waltz. -- Louisville : Faulds, Stone & Morse, 539 Main St.,
successors to Peters, Webb C, 1854.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 903.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Amanda Grigsby.
Shelf no.: LP.

Dieckman, Gustave.
Heaven waltz. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg.
1 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 512.1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: Cover: Louiville, Tripp & Linton, 118 Main St. ?.
Shelf no.: v.41, p.120.

Do"hler, Th.
L'inconstante. (Les Rivales, no.4). -- [Louisville] : Webb, Peters & Co.
; Fourth St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 379-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: C.,A.W., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mlle. Louise Gross.
Shelf no.: v.70, p.289.

Doerr, Chris, Jr.
Breaking of the surges. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 1882.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3158-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To B.L. Hobson.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops., 2nd incomplete.

Doerr, Jacob.
Dashing belle waltz. -- Louisville : Henry Knoefel, 68 W. Market, 1871.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 13-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Maggie Lehr.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.49.

Doerr, Jacob.
My birthday waltz. -- Louisville : Tripp & Linton, no.118 Main St.,
1871.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To my friend, H.E. Fillmore, Cin'ti, O.
Shelf no.: v.93, p.67.

Dolby, Sainton, Madame.
I can wait. -- Louisville : Henry Knofel, 68 West Market St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Henry, Re.
First line: Little Nell with eyes so sunny.
Shelf no.: LS.

Dolfus, Gustavus.
Birds of the forest, grand waltz brilliante. -- Nashville, Tenn. : Jas.
A. McClure ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; Philadelphia, Lee & Walker ;
Cincinnati, A.C. Peters & Bro., 1865.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Swain, Geo. F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.3, p.325.

Dolores.
The Brook. (Songs of the day). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main
St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1751-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Tennyson.
First line: With many a curve.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.147.

Donizetti.
Child of the regiment. (Lays of beauty, no.2). -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2007-3 cover, 2005.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., N.Y., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Jefferys, C., English words.
Arranger: Glover, G.W.
First line: Ask me not why my heart.
Notes: English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.29.

Donizetti.
Don Pasquale. (Magic sounds from the opera, no.8) -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons, 1857.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2847.3 cover, 2839.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Arranger: Weber, Johan von.
Shelf no.: v.24, p.17.

Donizetti.
I'll pray for thee, in the opera of Lucia di Lammermoor. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 208-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Ball, W., English.
First line: Say not this heart can alter.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.69.

Donizetti.
It is better to laugh than be sighing, as sung in Lucrezia Borgia. Il
Segreto. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis Balmer & Weber ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 503-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: It is better to laugh.
Notes: Italian & English words.
Shelf no.: v.42, p.86.

Donizetti.
It is better to laugh than be sighing. Lucrezia Borgia, selection. --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co., Main St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 723-2.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Subject: Guitar.
First line: It is better to laugh.
Shelf no.: LS.

Donizetti.
Life has no power. Se il fratel. Trio from Belisario. (Foreign songs by
favorite authors). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 816. 5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Trio, voices, with piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Life has no power to move me.
Shelf no.: LS.

Donizetti.
Make me no gaudy chaplet, from the opera, Lucrezia Borgia. -- Louisville
: D.P. Faulds, Main St. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters & Co.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 321-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Arranger: Callcott, W.H.
First line: Make me no gaudy chaplet.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.81.

Donizetti.
O summer night. (Repertoire de Mlle. Jetty Treffz). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, Main St.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 774-5.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed on color of Mll. Jetty Treffz.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers. Italian songs.
First line: Oh! summer night. Come gentil.
Notes: English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.10, p.47 ; v.112, p.25 ; v.130, p.167.

Donizetti.
Plighted faith. (Bouquet of operatic songs, no.1). O luce di quest
anima. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 378-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Lobe, Carl, trans.
First line: Oh! weary moment.
Notes: English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.10, p.59.

Donizetti.
Plighted faith. (Bouquet of operatic songs, no.l). O luce di quest
anima. [Linda di Chamounix]. -- Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co. ; Cincinnati,
W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 378-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Lobe, Carl, trans.
First line: Oh! weary moment.
Shelf no.: PS.

Donizetti.
That I might be forever near thee, sung in Child of the Regiment. --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer
& Weber, 1858.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3020.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Arranger: Durand, Victor.
First line: That I might be forever near thee.
Notes: "As sung by Miss Hodson, of the New Orleans Opera Troup".
Shelf no.: v.62, p.281.

Donizetti.
World is full of beauty when the heart is full of love! Voi voresti il
nome amato, arietta. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, W.M.
Peters ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son, 1857.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2784.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: Smit, A. Von.
First line: There is beauty in the forest.
Notes: To Miss Hannah Matthew. English & French words. "English words from the
State Capital Fact.".
Shelf no.: v.67, p.201.

Dorn, Edouard.
Figlia dell Reggimento, op.39, no.4. (Pianist's folio, a collection of
brilliant pieces). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3149-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Shelf no.: LP.

Dorn, Edouard.
Lucia di Lammermoor. (Choice selection of compositions for the piano).
Op.39, no.17. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
11 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3039-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Notes: Freely transcribed from Donizetti's opera, Lucia di Lammermoor.
Shelf no.: v.114, p.21.

Dorn, Edouard.
Martha, fantasie facile, op.39. (Choice selection of compositions for
the piano). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3032-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Notes: Outside yellow covers, with additional cover title page.
Shelf no.: LP.
396.1. Dorn, Edouard.
May bloom. Fleur de Mai, op.54. (Choice selection of compositions for
the piano.) -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth St.
11 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3078- 11.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Dorn, Edouard.
Murmuring of the brook, op.44. (The musical pastime). Le Murmure de
ruissea. -- Louisville : Henry Knoefel, 68 W. Market St.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 862 8.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Dorn, Edouard.
Sweet hope. Pensee melodique. (Pianist's folio). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3124-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Dorn, Edouard.
Trovatore, fantaisie, op.39, no.3. (Choice selection of compositions for
the piano). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3028-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Shelf no.: v.32, p.231 ; LP ; v.114, p.131.

Douglas, Henry.
Woodford waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, 1857.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Capt. James Mather.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.82 ; v.84, p.254.

Downie, G.B.
I live, love! but for thee. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ;
Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Schatzman, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bolton, Sarah T., Mrs.
First line: If I were the light of the brightest star.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.227.

Drabelle.
Lord my pasture shall prepare. Solos, duet & trio, for soprano,
contralto & bass or tenor. -- Louisville : Tripp & Linton, 118 Main St., 1871.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 475.7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Solo, duet & trio, with piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Lord my pasture shall prepare.
Notes: To O.G. Holt,esq. "As sung in Chestnut St. Presbyterian Church,
Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Drake, A.E.
Buttonwood tree at the door. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe ;
Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co ; Cleveland, S. Brainard., 1851.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Drake, A.E.
Arranger: Pond, H. Augustus.
First line: Years have swept apace.
Notes: 2d Edition. "For the Ladies Musical Library. Respectfully dedicated to
Mrs. Geo. D. Prentice".
Shelf no.: LS.

Drake, James G.
Beautiful isle, adapted to a favorite Polish air. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters,
1850.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 212-4.
Illustrations: lith. cover printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony, New York, lith. cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Beautiful Isle.
Notes: "Addressed to Dauphin Island Mobile Point, Fort Boyer,
Alabama.Respectfully dedicated to Madame Walton Levert".
Shelf no.: PS.

Drake, James G.
Pensez a` moi. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, 539 Main St.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 30-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: When sorrow clouds thy dream of mirth.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.45 ; v.82, p.233.

Draper, G.H.
St.Louis grand march. -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ; Louisville Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 363=3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: Composed and dedicated to the St.Louis Greys. c1851 by Nathaniel
Phillips.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.57.

Dressler, William.
Copyright schottisch. Op.63. -- New York: Firth, Pond & Co.; Louisville,
Faulds & Webb, Peters & Co.; Boston, Geo. P. Reed & Co.; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Son. etc., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3476.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony of New York, lith., cover; Clayton, engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To George P. Reed, Esq., of Boston.
Shelf no.: LP.

Dressler, Wm.
Pretty as a pink, barcarolle. (The parlor concert). -- New Jersey : J.L.
Peters ; New York, John L. Peters ; Brooklyn, J.L. Peters ; St. Louis, J.L.
Peters., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 6590-4.
Medium: Piano, 6 hands.
Subject: Piano, 6 hands.
Shelf no.: PS.

Duff, Alexander.
Grove waltz. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1123.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Duvernoy, J.B.
Fantaisie sur Lucie de Lammermoor. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 785-11.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Shelf no.: LP.

Duvernoy, J.B.
He'le`ne, schottisch. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 768-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: "a` Miss Sallie Adams".
Shelf no.: PS.

Duvernoy, J.B.
Prie`re des anges, nocturne, op.214. (Album of amusements, no.11).
Angels prayer. -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 932=6.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.65, p.225.

Eaton, W.G.
Man in the moon is looking, love. As sung in "Babes in the wood". (Comic
songs). -- Louisville : Henry Knofel, 68 West Market Street.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3025.3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Comic songs.
Lyricist: Lonsdale, T.S.
First line: You all know what the feeling is.
Notes: Additional spoken text.
Shelf no.: v.123, p.109.

Eckel, Ludwig.
Fancy's flight, mazurka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Buffalo, J.
Sage & Son ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 363-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: To Miss Ellen Graham, Harrodsburg, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.40.

Eckel, Ludwig.
Home sweet home, with variations. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co.,
Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1853.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 698-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: c1853 by Peters, Webb & Co.
Shelf no.: LP.

Edelman, Carl O.
Louisville Citizen Guards march. Citizen Guards march. -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, & Co., 539 Main St. David P. Faulds, James H. Huber ; New York,
Wm. Hall & Son ; Baltimore, Geo. Willig., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2057-4.
Illustrations: cover colored lith. from Webster & Bro., Louisville,
daguereotype.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony, Major & Knapp, lith.,N.Y.,cover ; Slinglandt,
J.,engr. & P.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To the officers and members of the Louisville Citizen Guards.
Shelf no.: v.47, p.51.

Edelman, Carl O.
Now the moon looks o'er the mountain, ballad. -- Louisville : N.C. Morse
& Co., 73 Fourth St. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co. ; Cincinnati, Truax &
Baldwin., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Crutcher, J.N.
First line: Now the moon looks o'er the mountain.
Notes: "To Miss Laura M. Kendall".
Shelf no.: LS.

Edelman, Carl O.
Shower of pearls, polka mazurka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; New
York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz, 1857.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2047-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polka mazurkas.
Notes: To Miss Mary P. Steele.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.45.

Edelman, Carl O.
Song of the wanderer. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; New York, Wm.
Hall & Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2019-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Harris, H.T.
First line: Afar from distant dreamy lands.
Notes: "To Col. John N. Crutcher".
Shelf no.: LS ; v.107, p.113.

Eimer, C.A.
Hungarian polka. (Sunny hours). -- St.Louis : Bollman & Schatzman ;
Louisville, H. Knoefel ; Chicago, John Molter ; St.Joseph, Behr & Andel ;
N.York, L.J. Cramer., 1871.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 843.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.177.

Emsel, P.
Tannhauser march. (Varieties for the piano, no.14). -- Louisville :
Henry Knoefel, 68 W. Market St., 1885.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 65-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Opera themes.
Shelf no.: LP.

F., W.H.
Affection waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 765-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.205.

Faulds, David P., ed.
Musical journal. D.P. Fauld's Musical journal. -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
p. of music ; cm.
Subject: Periodicals.
Notes: Lib. has: no.3, Dec. 1879 ; no.12, Jan. 1880 ; v.3, no.7, August 1881 ;
v.3, no.8, Sept. 1881.
Shelf no.: Historical periodicals, magazines.

Ferguson, Emma Henry.
Monogram waltzes. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Av., 1877.
7 p. of music ; 25x33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3067-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mrs. Jas. A. Seddon, of Virginia.
Shelf no.: v.53, p.143.

Fesca, Alexander Ernst.
Wanderer. Der Wand'rer. -- New York : Wm. A. Pond & Co. ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2799.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs. Singers.
First line: Forth in the wide world.
Notes: "Sung by Signor Mario".
Shelf no.: LS.

Fesca, Alexander Ernst.
Wanderer. Der Wanderer. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co. ; Boston, O.Ditson ; Chicago, Mould & Greene.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 856.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs. Singers.
First line: Forth in the wide world now must I roam.
Notes: "Sung by Signor Mario". English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.89, p.160.
426.1. Fillmore, A.D.
My soul is full of music. (Household melodies, no.1. Series first.) --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis Balmer & Weber ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; Memphis, P.Flavio ; New
York, Horace Waters, 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1829-3.
Medium: Trio, voices, & piano.
Subject: Vocal ensembles.
Lyricist: Durham, Howard.
First line: O, my soul is full of music.
Shelf no.: LS.

Fleming, Albert.
I keep it still, that faded flower. A ballad of the heart. -- Louisville
: Wm. McCarrell, 310 Jefferson St. ; Cincinnati, A.C. Peters & Bro. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co., 1863.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 11-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: I keep it still, that faded flower.
Notes: "To the Misses Georgina and Emilie Paige, of the Continental Old
Folks".
Shelf no.: LS.

Fletcher, A.C.
Rosy cheeks waltz. (Recreations for young players, no.9). -- Cincinnati
: W.C. Peters & Sons, 1856.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2451-2 cover, 2464.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Rebecca F. Gallagher.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.173.

Flotow.
Ah, so pure. How so fair!, from Martha. (Our vocal album). -- Louisville
: D.P. Faulds, no.165 4th Ave., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 116.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Clayton's, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Graveur, Cha's de la.
First line: How so fair?.
Notes: To Mrs. Eva Myers Lippe. c1866 by John F. Ellis. English, Italian &
German words.
Shelf no.: v.56, p.95.

Flotow.
Martha, o return love! M'appari- tutt' amor, from Martha. (Salon and
opera). -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C.Peters & Sons, 1859.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1055=5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Jeffrys, Charles, English words.
Arranger: Glover, Chas. W.
First line: When first I saw.
Notes: German, English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.151.

Fluegel,Herman.
Another 4th of July, the wedding day is coming, op.1 -- Evansville,
Indiana : Herman Fluegel, 1864.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co.,Cincinn.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War- Union.
Lyricist: Fluegel, Herman.
Shelf no.: v.50, p.2l9.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Beautiful dreamer. (Serenade). -- New York : Wm. A. Pond & Co. ; Boston,
O. Ditson & Co. ; Philadelphia, L. Meyer ; Chicago, Root & Cady, 1864.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Warren, stereotyper, New York, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Beautiful dreamer, wake unto me.
Shelf no.: v.88, p.33.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Camptown races, a favorite Ethiopian song. "Gwine to run all night". --
Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1657.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gillingham, engr., cover ;Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Foster, Stephen.
First line: De Camptown ladies sing.
Notes: c1850 by F.D. Benteen.
Shelf no.: v.7, p.155.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Come where my love lies dreaming. -- New York : Wm. A. Pond & Co. ;
Boston, O. Ditson & Co. ; Buffalo, J.R. Blodgett., 1855.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3233.
Medium: Quartet.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Come where my love lies dreaming.
Notes: Fiftieth edition.
Shelf no.: v.94, p.93.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Dolly Day. -- Baltimore : F.D. Benteen., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1656.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Foster, Stephen.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: I've told you 'bout de banjo.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.225.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Fairy-belle. (Foster's Melodies, no.41). -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co.
; Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co. ; Cincinnati, C.Y. Fonda., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Warren, Music Stereotype, New York, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Pride of the village.
Shelf no.: v.88, p.219.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Gentle Annie. Ballad. (Foster's melodies, no.31). -- New York : Firth,
Pond & Co. ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; St.Louis,
W.W. Wakelam., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3714.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Thou wilt come no more.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.249 ; v.104, p.151.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Hard times come again no more. (Foster's melodies, no.28). -- New York :
Firth, Pond & Co. ; Louisville, Faulds, Stone & Morse ; Pittsburgh, H.Kleber ;
Cincinnati, Colburn & Field ; St.Louis, W.W. Wakelam., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3059.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Let us pause in life's pleasures.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.267 ; LS.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Jeanie with the light brown hair. -- : .
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2796.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: I dream of Jeanie.
Notes: Incomplete copy ; cover lacking.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.3A.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Melinda May. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co. ; Cincinnati, J. Church Jr.
; N.York, W.A. Pond & Co. ; Boston, J.C. Haynes & Co. ; Phila., J.E. Gould.,
1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1903.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gillingham, engr.,cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Foster, Stephen.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Lubly Melinda, come now my dear.
Notes: "As sung by the celebrated New Orleans Serenaders.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.197.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Molly! do you love me? -- Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co ; Cincinnati, J.
Church Jr. ; N.York, Wm.A. Pond & Co. ; Boston, J.C. Haynes & Co. ; Phila.,
J.E. Gould., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1706.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Molly do you love me?.
Notes: c1850 by F.D. Benteen, Md.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.189.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
My old Kentucky home, good night. (Foster's plantation melodies, no.20).
-- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber ; Cleveland, Holbrook
& Long ; St.Louis, Wakelam & Iucho., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1892.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Foster, Stephen.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home.
Notes: "As sung by Christy's Minstrels". Tenth edition.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.185 ; v.99, p.203.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Nelly Bly. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field
; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Pittsburg, H. Kleber., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 599.
Lithographer/Engraver: Lawson, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & duet, with piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Nelly Bly! Nelly Bly!.
Notes: Twentieth edition.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.303.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Nelly was a lady, a beautiful Ethiopian melody. -- New York : Firth,
Pond & Co. ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber ; St.Louis, Wakelam & Iucho., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 325.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., cover ; Lawson, engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Foster, Stephen.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Down on de Mississippi floating.
Notes: Fifteenth edition.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.193.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Old black Joe. (Foster's melodies, no.49). -- New York : Wm. A. Pond &
Co. ; Boston, White & Goullaud ; San Francisco, M. Gray ; Milwakee, H.N.
Hempsted ; New Orleans, L. Grunewald ; Pittsburgh,H.Kleber & Bro., 1860.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 8251.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Foster, Stephen.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Gone are the days.
Shelf no.: v.118, p.91.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Old dog Tray. (Foster's melodies, no.21). -- New York : Firth, Pond &
Co. ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field ;
Pittsburgh, H. Kleber, 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2384.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam & Bro., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Morn of life is past.
Notes: 75th thousand in 15 months.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.251.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Old folks quardrilles, introducing Old Folks at home ; Oh boys, carry me
long ; Nelly Bly ; Farewell my Lilly dear ; Cane brake jig. -- New York, :
Firth, Son & Co. ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Buffalo, J. Sage & Son ;
Detroit, A. Couse., 1853.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1932.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Notes: Incomplete copy ; nos.3,4,5 only.
Shelf no.: PS.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Susanna. (Songs of the Sable Harmonists). -- Louisville : W.C. Peters &
Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, G. Willig., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2157.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Foster, Stephen.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.35.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Under the willow she's sleeping. -- New York, : Firth, Son & Co., 1863.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Beyer, Henry, electrotyper & stereotyper.
Medium: Voice with chorus & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Under the willow she's laid with care.
Notes: To Mrs. W.H. Whitney.
Shelf no.: v.104, p.129.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Why, no one to love? Answer to No one to love. -- New York : S.T.Gordon,
1862.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs. Foster, Stephen.
First line: No one to love.
Shelf no.: v.8,p.111.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Willie we have missed you. (Foster's melodies, no.25). -- New York :
Firth, Pond & Co. ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein.,
1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2727.
Illustrations: cover lith., printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Co., lith., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
Lyricist: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Oh! Willie is it you, dear.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.21.

Foster, Stephen Collins.
Wilt thou be gone love. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; Louisville
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Pittsburg, R.H. Kleber., 1851.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 997.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Foster, Stephen Collins.
First line: Wilt thou be gone.
Notes: To Miss Julia N. Murray. "Subject from Shakspeare's Romeo and Juliet".
Shelf no.: v.19, p.217.

Francis, C.P.
Grand Russian march. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 251-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.249.

Franklin, W.D.
I'm never alone. -- Louisville : Faulds, 539 Main St. ; Cincinnati
Colburn & Field ; Laffayette, Ia., Patrick & Crouse, 1855.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 878-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Singing groups.
First line: I'm never alone.
Notes: To Jos. H. McCann.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.57 ; LS.

Frederick, Charles.
Were mine the power. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 1883.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3166-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Benjamin, Park.
First line: Were mine the power.
Notes: To Miss Mary J. Huntoon.
Shelf no.: v.110, p.319.

Gabriel, Virginia.
Ruby. (The most popular songs of the day). -- Louisville : D.P.Faulds,
no.100 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3013-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Lonsdale, J. J.
First line: I opened the leaves of a book.
Shelf no.: v.7, p.139.
456.1. Gabriel, Virginia.
Weary. (Our vocal album, no.23). -- Buffalo : Cottier & Denton ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; New York, W.A.Pond & Co. ; Philadelphia, G. Andre &
Co ; New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.:
Lithographer/Engraver: Lewson's, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Weary of living.
Shelf no.: v.138, p.279.

Galliarde, J.H.
May party rondo. (Evergreen leaves, no.11). -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Chicago, R.G. Greene ; Chicago,
Higgins Bros. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1855.
pp.22,23 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 391-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondos.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.123.

Ganz, Wilhelm.
Nightingale's trill. (Songs of the day). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.100 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1758-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Nightingale! nightingale! trill thou thy lay.
Shelf no.: v.37, p.87.
458.1. Gatty, Alfred S.
Oh, fair dove, oh, fond dove. [Choice vocal melodies]. O fair dove! O
fond dove!. -- Louisville : Jas. H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 76.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Ingelow, Jean.
First line: Methought the stars were blinking bright.
Shelf no.: v.140, p.11.

Geil, Fred.
Blandina, polka brilliante. -- Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co., Fourth
St., 1855.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 380-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: C.,W.A., engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.125, p.263.

Geil, Fred.
Western belle polka. -- Louisville : Faulds & Co., 539 Main St. ; Faulds
& Huber, Masonic Temple ; N. York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Boston, Henry Tolman,
1858.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1101-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Marie E. Shreve.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.31.

Genaline, F.K.
We are growing old together, ballad. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, W.F. Colburn ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1855.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 882-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: You have promised that thro' life.
Notes: To the Hon. Mason Brown & Lady. "The words selected".
Shelf no.: v.67, p.195 ; v.82, p.135.

Gillespie, W.F.
St. Dominick's hymn. (Memorare, sacred music for Catholic choirs) --
Louisville : James Perry, 1870.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 8-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & organ.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Gaude mater ecclesia.
Notes: Latin words.
Shelf no.: v.15, p.155.

Glover, Charles W.
Bashful young gentleman. -- Louisville : L. Washburn, 73 Fourth St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Boston, O. Ditson & Co.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, pr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: They say I shall get over it.
Notes: To Sam B. Halliday. "Sung by Mr. Henri Wharton, of the New Orleans
English Opera Company.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.173 ; v.78, p.29 ; v.62, p.461.

Glover, Charles W.
Bashful young gentleman. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1670-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., printer, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: "Words by himself".
First line: They say I shall get over it.
Notes: To Sam. B. Halliday. "Sung by Mr. Henri Wharton, of the New Orleans
English Opera Company". Publisher's catalog, back cover.
Shelf no.: v.84, p.50.

Glover, Charles W.
Home where changes never come. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109
Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Buffalo, J. Sage & Son.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 365-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bellamy, W.H.
First line: Home where changes never come.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.205.

Glover, Charles W.
I miss thee my mother. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 947-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cook, Eliza.
First line: I miss thee, my mother.
Shelf no.: v.35, p.201 ; v.82, p.97 [pl. no.723.5].

Glover, Charles W.
Rose of Tralee. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters &
Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 159-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
Lyricist: Spencer, C. Mordaunt.
First line: The Pale moon was rising.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.99.

Glover, Charles W.
Souvenirs de Grisi. (Evenings at the opera, no.l) -- New York : Firth,
Pond & Co. ; Louisville Faulds, Stone & Morse ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3056.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakeham, I.C., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Shelf no.: v.71, p.47.

Glover, Charles W.
Twas a beautiful night. The Cavalier. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 216-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bellamy, W.H.
First line: 'Twas a beautiful night.
Notes: "As sung by Miss Poole".
Shelf no.: PS.

Glover, Charles W.
Two cousins. (Select vocal duets, no.4). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son.
11 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2349-10 cover, no.2346.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Bellamy, W.H.
First line: Well! it was, after all.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.131.

Glover, Stephen.
Can I forget my childhood's hours, ballad. -- Cleveland : S. Brainard &
Co. ; Louisville Brainard Bros.
4 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 6058.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Can I forget my childhood's hours.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.251.

Glover, Stephen.
Charity. The Christian graces. (Household melodies, arranged to
household words, no.7). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long.
5 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1831-3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
Lyricist: Jefferys, C.
First line: Meek and lowly.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.221.
472.1. Glover, Stephen.
Gently sighs the breeze. Duet. (Bouquet of operatic songs [no.11]. --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1343.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Gently sighs the breeze.
Notes: To Miss Amelia C. Lurton.
Shelf no.: LS.

Glover, Stephen.
Gently sighs the breeze, the popular duet. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb
& Co. ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 234-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Jenny Lind. Singers.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Gently sighs the breeze.
Notes: "Written for Madlle. Jenny Lind and Madelle Marietta Alboni".
Shelf no.: v.39, p.47 ; v.28, p.123.

Glover, Stephen.
Good time is here. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm.
Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2993.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Pecqueur, A.T.
First line: My friends, you have heard.
Notes: "As sung by Henri Wharton".
Shelf no.: v.62, p.401.

Glover, Stephen.
I love the merry sunshine, ballad. (Gems of English song, no.5). --
Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 345-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: English songs.
Lyricist: Lake, J.W.
First line: I love the merry merry sunshine.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.15.

Glover, Stephen.
I've a home in the valley. There's peace in the valley. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 383-4 and 382-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Come to the valley.
Notes: "An answer to the popular song, Give me a cot in the valley I love".
Shelf no.: LS.

Glover, Stephen.
In the starlight, duet. (Songs of the day). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.70 Main St.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1762-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: In the starlight, in the starlight.
Shelf no.: v.90, p.29.

Glover, Stephen.
Let us call back the time. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3018-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Duet, sop. & alto, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J. E.
First line: Let us call back the time.
Shelf no.: v.5, p.69.

Glover, Stephen.
Listen! 'tis the wood-bird's song. (Select vocal duetts, no.1). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co ; New York,
Wm. Hall & Son.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2346-9.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Listen! Listen!.
Shelf no.: PS.

Glover, Stephen.
Little blossom. (Songs of the boudoir, no.4). -- Louisville : Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 419-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: She came to smile.
Shelf no.: LS.

Glover, Stephen.
Murmuring sea. (12 popular vocal duetts, no.6). (Lays of the night,
no.2). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ;
New York, Horace Waters.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2004-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., N.Y., cover.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Crawford, Mrs.
First line: Murmuring sea.
Notes: "To John Candy, Esq., of Shelbyville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: PS.

Glover, Stephen.
Music and her sister song. (Admired vocal duetts, no.3). -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
8 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 438.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Ryan, Richard.
First line: 'Tis music hath the magic pow'r.
Notes: Composer listed as Steven [sic] Glover.
Shelf no.: PS 2 cops.

Glover, Stephen.
Music, and her sister, song. (16 popular vocal duetts, no.12). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co ; New York,
Horace Waters.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2063-6 2000, cover].
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets, with piano.
Lyricist: Ryan, R.
First line: 'Tis music hath the magic pow'r.
Notes: "To John Candy, Esq., of Shelbyville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: PS.

Glover, Stephen.
Prince Albert's band march. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1645-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelno.: v.76, p.115.

Glover, Stephen.
Song of Blanche Alpen. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati
Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Jefferys, Charles.
First line: You speak of sunny skies to me.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.159.

Glover, Stephen.
Song of Blanche Alpen. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 195-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Jefferys, Charles.
First line: You speak of sunny skies to me.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.243.

Glover, Stephen.
What are the wild waves saying, duett. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 414=5.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
First line: What are the wild waves saying.
Shelf no.: v.94, p.81.

Glover, Stephen.
What are the wild waves saying. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 414-6.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
First line: What are the wild waves saying.
Shelf no.: PS.

Glover, Stephen.
Why do the swallows change their home? (Select vocal duets, no.ll --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; New York,
Wm Hall & Son.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2356-7 cover, no.2346.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Why do the swallows change their home.
Shelf no.: v.28, p.83.

[Glover, Stephen].
Dearest then I'll love you more. (Gems of English song, no.2). --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1690-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Yes I'll love you.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.243.

[Glover, Stephen].
Will you love me then as now. (Gems of English song, no.l) -- Louisville
: Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1688-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music ; Hulls & Shannon,
prs.,cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: English songs.
First line: You have told me that you love me.
Shelf no.: PS ; v.66, p.9.

Gobbaerts, L.
Pleasant breeze, op.38. (Bluette). (Choice selection of compositions for
the piano). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1970-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.87, p.123 ; v.114, p.141.

Godfrey, Daniel.
Belgravia waltzes. (Cornucopia, 4). -- Buffalo : Cottier & Denton ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; New York, Wm.A. Pond & Co. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard
& Sons.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops.

Godshaw, Ben.
Mystic polka. -- Louisville : , 1875.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: colored lith. cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: German, C.W., lith., Lou., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Mystic Lodge, no.ll, Knights of Pythias, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: LP.

Godshaw, C.C., Dr.
L.A.C. foot ball galop. -- Louisville : Dr. C.C. Godshaw, 1895.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover picture of E.W. Kelly, Capt. L.A.C.,l894.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Notes: To the Louisville Athletic Club Foot Ball Team.
Shelf no.: v.73. p.1.

Goldbeck, Robert.
Purling stream, morceau brilliant. -- Eminence, Ky. : Aug. G. Reichert,
1882.
11 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: c1882 by Robert Goldbeck.
Shelf no.: LP.

Goodall, J.K.
That little girl of ours. -- Louisville : Faulds, Stone & Morse, 539
Main St., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 905.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers. Ballads.
Lyricist: Thornton, Geo. F.
First line: Of that little girl of our Mary.
Notes: "Sung by Madame Julien, at the concerts of Le petit Ole Bull".
Shelf no.: v.86, p.269.

Gottschalk, Louis Moreau.
Danse Ossianique. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth Street ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 652-8.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: Unabridged edition.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.207.

Gottschalk, Louis Moreau.
Valse poetique. Sospiro. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Sons ; Louisville,
D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Phila., C. Andre & Co., 1857.
11 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 4110.
Lithographer/Engraver: Luson, H., N.Y., engr., cover ; Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Madame Taylor, de Baltimore.
Shelf no.: v.18, p.139 ;v.18,p.191.

Gounod, Charles.
Begin my soul th'exalting lay. (Transcriptions from Gounod, no.4). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1869.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1519-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Chorus, with organ acc.
Subject: Sacred music.
Arranger: Peters, Henry J.
First line: Begin, begin my soul.
Notes: "Adapted to the service of the Episcopal Church".
Shelf no.: v.80, p.79.

Gounod, Charles.
Day is past and gone. (Transcriptions from Gounod, adapted to the
service of the Episcopal Church, no.6). Hymn 171. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.70 Main St., 1869.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1518-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Solo with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
Arranger: Peters, H.J.
First line: Day is past and gone.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.149.

Gounod, Charles.
Easter anthem. (Transcriptions from Gounod, no.1) -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1868.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1509-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Chorus, with organ acc.
Subject: Sacred music.
Arranger: Peters, Henry J.
First line: Christ our passover.
Notes: "Adapted to the service of the Episcopal Church".
Shelf no.: v.80, p.71.

Gounod, Charles.
Gloria in excelsis. (Transcriptions from Gounod, n.2). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1867.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1498-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music ; Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Chorus & organ.
Subject: Sacred music.
Arranger: Peters, H.J.
First line: Glory be to God on high.
Notes: "Adapted to the service of the Episcopal Church".
Shelf no.: v.37, p.35 ; v.101, p.367.

Gounod, Charles.
Nazareth. (Transcriptions from Gounod, no.9). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1868.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1546-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Solos & chorus, with organ acc.
Subject: Sacred music.
Lyricist: Chorley, H. F.
Arranger: Peters, Henry J.
First line: Though poor be the chamber.
Notes: "Adapted to the service of the Episcopal Church".
Shelf no.: v.80, p.95.

Gounod, Charles.
Sing, smile, slumber. Canti, ridi, dormi! Serenade. (Concert songs by
foreign writers). -- Louisville : D. P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave., 1877.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3030-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed,engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Hugo, Victor. C.C. Haskins, Eng.
First line: When thy song love.
Notes: French, English & Italian words. At head of cover: correct edition.
Shelf no.: v.6, p.61.

Gounod, Charles.
Softly now the light of day. (Transcriptions from Gounod, no.5). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1868.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1521-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Chorus, with organ acc.
Subject: Sacred music.
Arranger: Peters, Henry J.
First line: Softly now the light of day.
Notes: "Adapted to the service of the Episcopal Church".
Shelf no.: v.80, p.87.

Gounod, Charles.
Tell me beautiful maiden, barcarolla. (Foreign songs by favorite
authors). Ou voulez vous aller?. -- Louisville : D. P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.,
1867.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: G. A. & Co. 1175 5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: French songs.
Lyricist: Everest, C., English words.
First line: Tell me, beautiful maiden.
Notes: English & French words. c1867 by G. Andre & Co., Penn.
Shelf no.: v.6, p.31.

Gray, H.W. (of Louisville, Ky.).
Valse Marie. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters ; New York, J.L. Hewitt., 1843.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ackerman, Sml, Engr. & printer.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Greenhough, T.H., Dr.
Exposition romanza. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, 161 Fourth Ave., 1880.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: stereotype of Exposition Building.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Louisville Exposition.
Notes: To The Citizens of Louisville.
Shelf no.: LP.

Grobe, Charles.
Ben Bolt, chant favori de Kneass, varie pour le piano. Op.151. --
Baltimore : W.C. Peters; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co.; Cincinnati,
W.C.Peters & Sons; Philadelphia, Edward L. Walker, 1850.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1439.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: " Mademoiselle Kate W. English".
Shelf no.: PS.

Grobe, Charles.
Bonny Eloise, with brilliant variaitions, op.1111. (Beautiful melodies
of J.R. Thomas, no.l). -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds
& Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman, 1859.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4387.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam & Bros., engr., cover ; Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.26, p.105.

Grobe, Charles.
Going ahead, quick step. (Musical knick knacks, no.10). -- Philadelphia
: Lee & Walker ; Louisville, F.W. Ratcliffe, 1852.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4827.2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Notes: Aux Demoiselles Lizzie O. Flint et Harriet R. Kidder.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.67.

Grobe, Charles.
Happy birdling of the forest, with brilliant variations. Op.1010.
Warbling woodland, brilliant variations on Wallace's melody. -- New York : Wm.
Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Philadelphia, Lee & Walker ; New
Orleans, P.P. Werlein & Co., 1858.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4257.
Lithographer/Engraver: Marcato, Ben, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Madlle Martha Haines Butt, son aimable eleve.
Shelf no.: LP.

Grobe, Charles.
Harbinger gallop. (Pearls of melody, no.12). Op.336. -- Cincinnati :
W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook &
Long., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1925-3 cover, 1913.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Notes: To Mademoiselle Emma A. Lore.
Shelf no.: v.65, p.57.

Grobe, Charles.
Old play ground, with brilliant variations, op.1152. -- Louisville :
Tripp & Cragg ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Philadelphia, Lee & Walker., 1859.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Perine, T.B., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Miss Lizzie Seymour. "Salut a` Louisville. Brilliant variations on
Charlie Ward's beautiful melody, The old play ground".
Shelf no.: v.136, p.187, c.2; LP.

Grobe, Charles.
The refugee, brilliante variations on the melody of Will S.Hays.
Op.l80l. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, Harmony Hall, 1866.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1027.8.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations. Hays, Will S.
Notes: To Mrs. Robt. W. Hays.
Shelf no.: v.3, p.177.

Grobe, Charles.
Richmond on the James, with brilliant variations, op.1576. (Chords of
love, no.l). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St., 1865.
8 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1401-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music ; Pearson, N.Y., engr.,
cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: LP.

Grobe, Charles.
Then you'll remember me, with brilliant variations, op.330. (Grobe's
musical mirror, no.5). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Horace
Waters ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ;, 1855.
8 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1908-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To William I.Lemon.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.32.

Grobe, Charles.
Washington's march, with brilliant variations, op.414. -- Philadelphia :
Lee & Walker ; Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe, 1854.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 5200.6.
Lithographer/Engraver: McCarthy, E., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To General George Cadwalader.
Shelf no.: LP.

Grobe, Charles.
We stood beside the window, chant favori de W.C. Peters, varie pour le
piano. Op. 155. -- Baltimore: W.C. Peters; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co.;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field; Philadelphia, E.L. Walker; Boston, E.H. Wade.,
1850.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1452.6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: "Mademoiselle Sallie Richardson."
Shelf no.: PS.
520.1. Grobe, Charles.
We stood beside the window, chant favori de W.C. Peters. Variations,
op.155. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ;
Philadelphia, E.L. Walker ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Boston, E.H.
Wade, 1850.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1452.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J.,engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Mademoiselle Sallie Richardson. Variations on W.C. Peters' song, "We
stood beside the window".
Shelf no.: v.139, p.55.

Grobe, Charles.
Willie Bell, with brilliant variaions. Op.1050. Parted hours, brilliant
variations on Geo. R. Poulton's song. -- New York : William A. Pond & Co. ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Boston, O.
Ditson & Co., Russell & Fuller., 1858.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 7624.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sage, J., & Sons, engr., cover ; Pearson, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To his friend, Melville Malcom. c1858 by Blodgett & Bradford in
northern district of New York.
Shelf no.: v.118, p.209.

Grobe, Charles.
We met by chance, with variations. Op.325 (Happy thoughts, no.1). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland,
Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; New York, Horace Waters., 1854.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1899.7 cover, 1298.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Mrs. George Loomis.
Shelf no.: v.112, p.91.

Gross, Louise.
Minnie waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.F. Colburn
; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1855.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 453-11.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, W.A.,engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mrs. Rufus King, Cincinnati.
Shelf no.: v.31, p.297.

Guentz, A. Ch.
Impromptu capricieux. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1850.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1571-6.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Mlle Marie Johnston, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.39, p.205.

Guernsey, W.
I'll hang my harp on a willow tree, a page's romance. -- Louisville :
W.C. Peters & Co., 507 Main St. ; Peters Field & Co., Cincinnati.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1151.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I'll hang my harp on a willow tree.
Notes: New edition.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.175.

Guglielmo, P. D.
Lover and the bird. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1551-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., music ; Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Oxenford, J.
First line: Oh sing! sing on.
Notes: "To Miss Hannah J. Lithgow".
Shelf no.: v.7, p.125.

Guibert, Ben. J.
La Belle Lucie, waltz. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co. ; New York,
Firth, Hall & Pond., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Tone, R.W., engr. & pr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Sallie Knight.
Shelf no.: PS.

Guibert, Ben. J.
Give me back my dreams. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1852.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1798-5.
Illustrations: cover embossed.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Notes: "To Miss Edwina Dean".
Shelf no.: PS.

Gumbert.
Eventide. (Choice vocal melodies). -- Louisville : James H. Cragg, 160
Fourth St.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 277 3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Clear blue sky of spring.
Shelf no.: LS.

Gunter, E.W.
Gloria Patria, arranged from Mozart. (Evening service of the Protestant
Episcopal church). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 1863.
27 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1360-26.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart & Mapother, lith., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Chorus with organ or piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Glory, glory, glory be to God.
Notes: To Rev. Francis M. Whittle.
Shelf no.: Archive (MS783.22 G97e) 5 cops.

Gunter, E.W.
I love to look in those dreamy eyes. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1575-6.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cosby, F.
First line: I love to look in those dreamy eyes.
Notes: To Miss Julia O. Ruffner. "Subject from Reissiger".
Shelf no.: v.74, p.155.

Gunter, E.W.
Luna waltz. "Meet me by moonlight" air. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters,
1842.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Martha White".
Shelf no.: PS.

Gunter, E.W.
There's a nook in the greenwood. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C.Peters, 1850.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 203.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Cosby, Fortunatus.
First line: There's a nook in the greenwood.
Notes: To Miss Mary F. Cosby.
Shelf no.: v.42, p.54.

Guylott, R.
Cracovian maid. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1711-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Morton, F.
Shelf no.: PS.

H., D.H.
Agawam quick step. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 292=2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Shelf no.: LP.

H., D.H.
Agawam quick step. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 292=2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.155.

H., J.
Voice of love, ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co, 117 Fourth
St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 574-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: Morse, N. C.
First line: There was a soft and balmy breath.
Notes: "To Mrs. W.W. Stone".
Shelf no.: LS.

H., J.
When first I saw thy smile. Ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co,
117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 575-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: Morse, N.C.
First line: When first I saw the smile.
Notes: "To Miss Kate Isler".
Shelf no.: LS.

H., M.R.
Ye mariners of Spain, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; New York, W.C.Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 151-3 & T. 1373-3.
Medium: Duet, with guitar.
Subject: Duets, with guitar.
First line: Ye mariners of Spain.
Notes: To Dr. Ashton Miles, U.S. Navy.
Shelf no.: GH.

Hale'vy.
Call me thine own, from L'Eclair. (Operatic gems, 2nd ser., no.2) --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons, 76 West 4th St., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2968.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Call me "thine own".
Notes: English & French words.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.85.

Haley, D.W.
Hobson waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St. ; Richmond,
Va., Bonner & Sapper, 1865.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1406-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro., lith.,Louisville, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Civil War- Confederate.
Notes: To Brig. General E.H. Hobson. "As played by Haley's cornet band".
Shelf no.: LP.

Haley, D.W.
I am lonely since you left me. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 70 Main St.
; Richmond, Va. Bonner & Sapper., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1405-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Scharr, J., St.Louis, engr. cover ;Slinglandt, engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War- Confederate.
Lyricist: Haley, D.W.
First line: I'm lonely since you left me.
Notes: "To Miss Laura Owen, of Louisville. Played by the principal military
bands through the South West".
Shelf no.: LS ; v.105, p.75.

Haley, D.W.
Oh! say not we have parted forever. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 70 Main
St., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1447-4.
Illustrations: cover lithograph on tint ; O. Starck, artist.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro., lith., Louisville ;J.Slinglandt, engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Haley, D.W.
First line: Oh! say not we have parted forever.
Notes: To Miss Laura B. Gordon, of Louisville, Ky. Autographed by D.W. Haley.
Shelf no.: v.88, p.55.

Hall, Foley.
Ever of thee. (Evenings at home, six popular ballads, no.6). --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; W.C. Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore,
Peters,.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1162-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Linley, G.
First line: Ever of thee.
Shelf no.: LS.

Hall, Foley.
Ever of thee. (Two beautiful ballads by Foley Hall, no.2). -- Cincinnati
: W.C. Peters & Sons, no.76,West Fourth Street.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3100.3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott & Forbriger, lith., Cin., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Linley, George.
First line: Ever of thee, I'm fondly dreaming.
Notes: To Miss Phebie M. Haynes, Oberlin, O.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.107.

Hall, H.M.
Oh mother dear, caress me now. -- Nashville : C.D. Benson ; Louisville,
Tripp & Cragg ; D.P. Faulds ; Chicago, E.A. Benson ; Cleveland, S. Brainard &
Co., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro.,lith., cover ; J.Slinglandt, engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Lyricist: Smith, J.B.
First line: Blue eyed boy, with sunny hair.
Notes: To Miss Jennie Moore.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.109.
546.1. Haman, J.S.
Gentle Warning. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ; St. Louis, Friz &
Derleth; Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe, 1853.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 5134.4.
Illustrations: Kraemer, P.
Lithographer/Engraver: Duval, P.S. & Co.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Burnett, Alfred.
First line: Take, take my gentle warning Sister.
Notes: "To Misses Emma C. and Mary D. Paullin."
Shelf no.: LS.

Handel.
Angels ever bright and fair, from Theodora. (Songs of the day). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1868-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
First line: O, worse than Death, indeed!.
Shelf no.: v.64, p.173.

Handel.
Angels ever bright and fair. (Popular songs by distinguished composers).
-- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 303-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with strings & continuo.
Subject: Sacred songs.
First line: Angels ever bright and fair.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. French".
Shelf no.: LS.

Handel.
I know that my Redeemer livith, from the Messiah. (Sacred songs,
no.l). -- Cincinnati : W.C. & Sons Peters ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ;
Louisville, Peters, Cragg & Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2666-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I know that my Redeemer livith.
Notes: "As sung by Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: PS.

Harris, Zudie (Reinecke).
Gently Lord oh gently lead us. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 1882.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3161-8.
Illustrations: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Gently Lord, oh gently lead us.
Notes: "Zudie Harris, organist of Grace Church, Louisville".
Shelf no.: LS 3 cops.

Harrison, Annie Fortescue.
In the gloaming, ballad. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, no.161 Fourth Ave.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Orred, Meta.
First line: In the gloaming.
Shelf no.: LS.

Harvey, R.F.
Home of my heart.(Songs of Erin, no.12). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Louisville Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York, Horace Waters.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1832-3 cover, no.1999.
Medium: Voice or duet, with piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
First line: I breathe once more my native air.
Notes: "As sung by Catherine Hayes".
Shelf no.: v.60, p.175.

Harvey, R.F.
I breathe once more my native air. (Favorite songs and ballads, sung by
Catharine Hayes, no.9). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 739-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: C., W.J.
First line: I breathe once more my native air.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.295.

Harvey,R.F.
I breathe once more my native air. (Favorite songs, no.9). -- Louisville
: David P. Faulds, Main St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 739-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: C., W. J.
First line: I breathe one more my native air.
Notes: "Sung by Catharine Hayes".
Shelf no.: v.14, p.48.

Hast, Louis H.
Bel' amie, or the Lay of the troubadour. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp,
no.118 Main St., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Bulwer.
First line: Gentle river, the moonbeam is hush'd.
Notes: "As sung with great applause by J.W. Parson Price".
Shelf no.: LS ; Archive, c.2 (MS 784.061 H35b).

Hast, Louis H.
Eclipse polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co, Main St. ; St.Louis
Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C.Peters & Sons, 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 588-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Mrs. Julia Miles. Original in Special Collections, University of
Kentucky, King Library.
Shelf no.: LP photocopy.

Hastings, R.
When the lonely watch I'm keeping. -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro. ;
St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3557.4.
Medium: Voice & chorus, with piano.
Subject: Civil War. Reply songs.
Lyricist: Hastings, R.
First line: Dearest love, I do remember.
Notes: "Inscribed to the lov'd one at home". A soldier's reply to "When this
cruel war is over".
Shelf no.: v.50, p.l53.

Hatton, John L.
Good bye sweet heart. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth
St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Nashville, J.B. West ; Boston, O. Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 766.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Bright stars fade, that morn is breaking.
Notes: "As sung by Sims Reeves".
Shelf no.: v.89, p.324.

Hatton, John L.
Simon the cellarer. Comic song. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; New
York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Memphis & Nashville, J.A. McClure ; Cincinnati, F.W.
Rauch,.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1135-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Old Simon the Cellarer keeps a rare store.
Notes: "As sung by Mr. Aynesly Cook".
Shelf no.: v.89, p.148.

Hatton, John L.
Sky-lark, cavatina. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville
Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2644-7.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Listen, 'tis the merry Skylark.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.187.

Hatton, John L.
Unkindness, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 210-5.
Illustrations: lith. cover on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony, lith.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Oh! could I learn indifference.
Notes: "Composed for and sung by Elisa Biscaccianti, to whom it is dedicated".
Shelf no.: PS.

Hays, Will S. [Blossom, Jerry].
That Southern wagon! -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Philadelphia Lee &
Walker ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son.
65 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1347-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
First line: Jeff. Davis built a wagon.
Notes: To the brave defenders of the Union.
Shelf no.: v.42, p.63.

Hays, Will S.
Annie Lee. (Charming collection of music, 12). -- Louisville : Louis
Tripp, Harmony Hall, 1865.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 606.4.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Oh! I often think of childhood.
Notes: To Mrs. Belle Hays.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.199.

Hays, Will S.
Beautiful girl of the South. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; Cincinnati,
J.J. Dobmeyer & Co. ; Chicago, DeMotte Bros. ; St.Louis, J.J. Dobmeyer & Co.,
1868.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 312-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., cover lith. ; Warren,
stereotyper, music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Beautiful girl of the South.
Notes: To Mrs. Will T. Power, St.Louis, Mo.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Cabin on the hill. -- Cincinnati, : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1878.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover stereotype illus.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: When the moon is brightly beaming.
Notes: To Mrs. Capt. S.H. Parisot, Vicksburg, Miss.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Call me no more, mother! A companion to "Rock me to sleep mother". --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.223 Main St. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Bro. ;
Chicago, Root & Cady ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1369-5.
Illustrations: cover single color lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Reply song.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Call me no more, Mother.
Notes: To Alice Medora Wyatt, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.155.

Hays, Will S.
Cleveland and Thurman, Democratic campaign song and chorus. --
Louisville : Will S. Hays Music & Poetry Publishing Company, 1888.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Political songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Democrats have won the day.
Notes: To the Democracy of the United States.
Shelf no.: v.73, p.361.

Hays, Will S.
" Come unto me". -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1878.
5 p. of music ; 37 cm.
Pl. no.: 220-4.
Medium: Duet with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: O Thou Omnipotent.
Notes: To Mrs. Geo. D. Newhall, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Darling Kate. -- St.Louis : J.L. Peters & Bro. ; Cincinnati, A.C. Peters
& Bro., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 544-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
Arranger: Hebel, Charles.
First line: Oh! I think of the days.
Notes: To Miss Lizzie Love.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
De ole log cabin, a plantation song and chorus. -- Louisville : Rogers
Tuley Co., 1887.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: lith. of Will S. Hays.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Advertisements.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: De little stars am shinin'.
Notes: To Robt. E. Lee Littrell, Worthington P.O., Ky. c1887 Louisville Press
Co.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Dem good ole days. -- Louisville : Rogers Tuley Co., 1887.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Will S. Hays.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs. Advertisements.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: O how happy I used to be.
Notes: To Ike B. Williams, purser tow boat "Joe B. Williams". c1887 by
Louisville Press Co.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Down by the deep sad sea. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; Cincinnati &
St.Louis, J.J. Dobmeyer & Co. ; Boston, White, Smith & Perry ; Galveston, T.
Coggan ; Chicago, DeMotte Bros., 1868.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 361-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Snyde, Black & Sturn, lith., N.Y., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Down by the deep sad sea.
Notes: To Miss Alice Lilly, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Down in de co'n fiel'. -- Cincinnati, : Geo. D. Newhall & Co. ; Boston,
New York, Philada. Ditson & Co., 1883.
5 p. of music ; 37 cm.
Pl. no.: 380-4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
First line: I see de black smoke rollin' high.
Notes: To Capt. 'Jas O'Neal, general superintendent of the St.Louis and New
Orleans Anchor Line steamers.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Driven from home. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co. ; N.Y.,C.H. Ditson &
Co. ; Chicago, Lyon & Healy ; Savannah, Ludden & Bates ; Baltimore, Otto Sutro
; Cincinnati, Geo.D. Newhall & Co.,868.
3 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 340-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Walker, Geo.H., & Co., lith., Boston.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Out in this cold world.
Notes: To Miss Nannie Rogers, Louisville, Ky. c1868 by J.L. Peters.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Drummer boy of Shiloh. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St. ;
Chicago, Ill. Root & Cady, 1863.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1352-5.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: On Shiloh's dark and bloody ground.
Notes: To Miss Annie Cannon, Louisville, Ky. [20th edition].
Shelf no.: v.60,p.281.

Hays, Will S.
Ella Bell. -- Louisville : L. Washburn ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons
; Boston, O. Ditson & Co. ;, 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Cole's, Will, Eng., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
Arranger: Plato, William.
First line: There's a gentle black eye'd maiden.
Notes: To Miss Lullie McCown, Forest Home, Ky. c1858 by N.C. Morse & Co. in
Ky.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.255.

Hays, Will S.
Enter in, sacred song and chorus. -- Louisville : Will S. Hays, Music
and Poetry Publishing Co., 1888.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Morton, John P., printers, Louisville,cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred music. Advertisements.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Almighty God!.
Notes: "As sung by Professor C.C. Case, assisted by a choir of three hundred
voices in Moody Tabernacle". Compliments of Smith & Nixon.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Evangeline. -- Cleveland : S. Brainard Co. ; Chicago, Root & Cady ;
Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., lith., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Sweet Evangeline.
Notes: To Miss Sunie P. Mitchell, St.Louis, Mo.
Shelf no.: HS 2 cops. [c.2 W.J. Morgan, lith., Cleveland].

Hays, Will S.
Farewell! but not forever! -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1879.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Lithographer/Engraver: Grafton, artist, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: My own true love.
Notes: To Miss Julia Sloan, New Albany, Ind.
Shelf no.: HS 2 cops.

Hays, Will S.
Gelsemine vine. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall., 1879.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Dream is sweet.
Notes: To the ladies of the South.
Shelf no.: HS 2 cops.

Hays, Will S.
God bless the loved ones at home. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co.,
1882.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 424-4.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Lonely and sad.
Notes: To my friend, Capt. Harry Brown, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Good bye! I'm gone. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1881.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 25-3.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: O! Hannah don't you grieve.
Notes: To Ed.B. Hess Esq., Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS 2 cops.

Hays, Will S.
Harry, the beau of Mohawk vale. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co., 539
Main St., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1143-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hull & Bro., printers, cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
Arranger: Cherrier, Frank A.
First line: Oh! sweet was the vale.
Notes: To Miss Bettie Bondurant. "Reply to Bonnie Eloise".
Shelf no.: v.57, p.195.

Hays, Will S.
Harry, the beau of Mohawk Vale: a reply to Bonnie Eloise. -- Louisville
: D.P. Faulds & Co., 539 Main Street, 1859.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1143-3.
Illustrations: cover single color lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hull & Brother, printers, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & guitar.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Oh! sweet was the vale.
Notes: To Miss Bettie Bondurant. Revised edition.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.107.

Hays, Will S.
How much does the baby weigh? -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co.,
1880.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Say, how much does the baby weigh?.
Notes: To our baby boy, Sam. Brown Hays.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
I am dying, Mother, dying. -- Cleveland : S. Brainard & Son., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1744.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I am dying, Mother, dying.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
I have no home. (Favorite songs by Will. S. Hays. First series). --
Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co. ; New York, C.H. Ditson & Co. ; Chicago, Lyon &
Healy ; Cincinnati, Dobmeyer & Newhall ; Philadelphia, J.E. Ditson & Co.,
1873.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 10,232-3.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Oh! how the merciless winter winds blow.
Notes: c1873 by J.L. Peters.
Shelf no.: v.116, p.37.

Hays, Will S.
I'm looking for him home. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer
& Weber ; Nashville,J.A. McClure & C.D. Benson., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Ah! many months have glided by.
Notes: To Miss Ada Webb. "As sung by Miss Ada Webb".
Shelf no.: HS ; v.130, p.15.

Hays, Will S.
I'm looking for him home. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Chicago, Ill.,
D.P. Faulds, 54 Clark St., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice and piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Ah! many months have glided by.
Notes: To Miss Ada Webb. "As sung by Miss Ada Webb".
Shelf no.: v.84,p.120.

Hays, Will S.
I'm waiting for you Nora. -- Washington, D.C. : John F. Ellis & Co.,
1889.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: When the evening shadows gather.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Josephine. -- Louisville : Rogers Tuley, 1887.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Will S. Hays.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Advertisements.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: There's not a moment of my life.
Notes: To Miss Josie Kinsinger, Cincinnati, Ohio. c1887 Louisville Press Co.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Keep in de middle ob de road. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co.,
1878.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Lithographer/Engraver: Grafton, E.D., artist, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I hear dem angels a callin' loud.
Notes: To my friend, James Burke, U.S. Mail Line Co., Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Kiss papa good night. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall Co. ; Boston,
N.Y., Phila., Ditson & Co. ; New York, W.A. Pond & Co. ; S.T. Gordon & Son ;
Chicago, Lyon & Healy ; Chicago Music Co., 1882.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Shadows of evening now gather.
Notes: To my little friend, May Fawcett, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Shelf no.: HS 2 cops.

Hays, Will S.
Kiss the baby once for me. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1881.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 37-3.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Oh! my darling, how I miss you.
Notes: To Mr. & Mrs. Jas. Paul, Jr., Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Laura Lee. Heaven claims her as angel. -- Cincinnati : J.L. Peters &
Bro. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Philadelphia, Lee & Walker., 1867.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 659.3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gregson, Donaldson & Elmes, lith., Cincinnati, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: When the sun thro' shades of evening.
Notes: To my wife.
Shelf no.: v.94, p.45.

Hays, Will S.
Let us have peace. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Memphis, J.A. McClure
; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein., 1861.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 610.4.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: German, C.W. & Bro., lith., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: America! Beloved land.
Notes: To Friends of peace. "2nd addition".
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Little old cabin in the lane. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; St.Louis, J.L.
Peters & Co ; Cinn., Dobmeyer & Cady., 1871.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 915-3.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Singing groups.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I'm getting old and feeble now.
Notes: To Geo. J. Cowan, Louisville, Ky. "As sung by Manning's Minstrels".
Shelf no.: v.13, p.123 ; HS.

Hays, Will S.
Little Sam. -- New York : John L. Peters ; Brooklyn, J.L. Peters ;
Cincinnati, J.J. Dobmeyer & Co., 1867.
3[39-41] p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 671.4 and 671.3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott & Krebs, lith., Cincinnati, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I'm a happy little darkey.
Shelf no.: v.94, p.87.

Hays, Will S.
Lone grave by the sea. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, John
Church ; Boston, O. Ditson., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 703.4.
Illustrations: German & Bro. Lith., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I'm sitting in the cottage door.
Notes: "500th edition". "Respectfully dedicated to Miss Bettie Montgomery,
Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: v.50, p.125 ; v.130, p.1.

Hays, Will S.
Lone grave by the sea. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, John
Church ; Boston, O. Ditson & Co., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro., lith., Louisville, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I'm sitting in the cottage door.
Notes: To Miss Bettie Montgomery, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Maggie Lee. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1879.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, flute obl. & piano.
First line: In a forest stands a cottage.
Notes: To Capt. Jno. Kilkenny, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Maid of Miami, I love you. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall Co. ; Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Ditson & Co. ; New York, W.A. Pond & Co. ; New
Orleans, L. Grunewald ;, 1879.
3 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Maid of Miami, I love you.
Notes: To my friend, Ed. D. Miller, Cincinnati, O.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Marian Gray. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St., 1863.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1359-5.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sinclair's, T.,lith.,Phila, cover ;Slinglandt,
J.,engr.& Pr. music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I stole to the bowers.
Notes: To Miss Mary Ormsby.
Shelf no.: HS ; v.105, p.69.

Hays, Will S.
Meet me, Maggie. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; St.Louis, T.A. Boyle ;
Cincinnati, Dobmeyer & Cody ; San Francisco, M. Gray ; Hartford, John Farris ;
Galveston, T. Goggan & Bro., 1872.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 991-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Bufford's, John H., lith., Boston, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Meet me, Maggie.
Notes: To my friend A. Anderson, Esq., Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Mollie darling. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; St.Louis, T.A. Boyle ;
Cincinnati, Dobmeyer & Cody ; San Francisco, M. Gray ; Hartford, John Farris ;
Galveston, T. Goggan & Bro., 1871.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 917-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Bufford, J.H., lith. cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Won't you tell me, Mollie darling.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.7 ; v.118, p.153 ; HS 2 cops.

Hays, Will S.
Mollie darling. (Old favorites). -- Boston : Oliver Ditson Company ; New
York, Chas. H. Ditson & Co. ; Chicago, Lyon & Healy., 1913.
5 p. of music ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 5-57-67632-3.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Won't you tell me, Mollie darling.
Notes: c1913 by Rosa Belle Hays.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Mother's parting at the gate. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall Co., 1884.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 545-3.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Twilight shadows gather'd 'round.
Notes: To Mrs. D.A. Miller, Statesville, N.C.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
My dear old sunny home, or Recollections of the sunny south. -- New York
: J.L. Peters ; Cincinnati, J.J. Dobmeyer & Co. ; Galveston, T. Goggan & Bro.
; Boston, White, Smith & Perry ; N. Orleans, L. Grunewald., 1871.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 817-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Greene, H.F., Boston, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Where the mockingbird sang sweetly.
Notes: To Miss Zuba T. Dustin.
Shelf no.: v.118, p.23.

Hays, Will S.
My every thought was of thee, song & chorus. -- New York, : J.L. Peters,
599 Broadway; Cincinnati, Dobmeyer & Newhall; St.Louis, T.A. Boyle; San
Francisco & Portland, Matthias Gray; Detroit, C.J. Whitney & Co., 1873.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 10,267.
Medium: Voice & piano, with chorus.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Deep in the night I lonely sat.
Notes: To Miss Jessie Hatcher, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
My Southern sunny home! -- New Orleans, : Blackmar & Co. ; Louisville,
D.P.Faulds ; Memphis, Blelack & Co. ; Augusta, Blackmar & Bro., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: B.126.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Oh! mother dear, I have come home.
Notes: To Miss Sue A. Covington.
Shelf no.: LS.

Hays, Will S.
My southern sunny home. (Beautiful songs of the South). -- New York :
J.L. Peters ; St.Louis, T.A. Boyle ; Cincinnati, Dobmeyer & Cody ; San
Francisco, M. Gray ; Detroit, C.J. Whitney & Co., 1872.
52-54 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott & Krebs, lith., Cincinnati, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Oh! mother, dear.
Notes: c1864 by Blackmar & Co., in Louisiana.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Nellie Wilder. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1879.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Have you never seen.
Notes: "To my little friend" Nellie.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Nora O'Neal. -- St.Louis : J.L. Peters & Bro. ; Cincinnati, A.C. Peters
& Bro., 1866.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 646.4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott Forbiger & Co., lith., Cincinnati, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Oh! I'm lonely tonight.
Notes: To my young friend J.L. Warner, Louaisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Number twenty nine. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; St. Louis, T.A. Boyle ;
Cincinnati, Dobmeyer & Cody ; San Francisco, M. Gray., 1871.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 889-3.
Illustrations: cover lith. of locomotive.
Lithographer/Engraver: Bufford, J.H., New York, lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Railroads.
First line: Roaring through the forests.
Notes: To Thatcher Perkins, superintendent of machinery, L.& N.R.R.
Shelf no.: v.93, p.311.

Hays, Will S.
Old fashioned fireplace. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1878.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: O, well I remember.
Notes: To Miss Stella McCullough, Cincinnati.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Old fashioned roses are sweetest. -- Louisville : Rogers Tuley Co.,
1887.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Will S. Hays.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Moon in its beauty was shining.
Notes: To Miss Fannie "Zoe" Nixon, Hot Springs, Ark. c1887 by Louisville Press
Co.
Shelf no.: HS 2 cops.

Hays, Will S.
Old sergeant. "A hero of Lookout mountain". -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
223 Main St., 1864.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1368-6.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sinclair, T., lith., Phila.cover ; J.Slinglandt, engr.
& pr.,music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
First line: Grim visaged war.
Notes: To Genl. W.L. Whitaker.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.89.

Hays, Will S.
Our little pet. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; St.Louis, T.A. Boyle ;
Cincinnati, Dobmeyer & Cody ; San Francisco, M. Gray ; Hartford, John Farris ;
Galveston, T. Goggan & Bro., 1872.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 988-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Bufford, John H., Boston, lith., cover ; S.S. Frizell,
artist.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I've a little household angel.
Notes: To Miss Belle R. Andrews, Titersville, Penn.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Pretty Evaline Adair. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; Cincinnati, Dobmeyer &
Newhall ; St.Louis, T.A. Boyle ; San Francisco & Portland, M. Gray ; Detroit,
C.J. Whitney & Co., 1872.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 10,209-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, lith., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: In a little red brick cottage.
Notes: To Miss Mac Gibbons, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Ray of love polka. Un Rayon d'Amour. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ;
Cincinnati, A.C. Peters & Bro. ; New Orleans, Ph. P. Werlein., 1860.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 604.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: German, C.W.,& Bro.,lith., cover ;.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Hays, Will S. Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Annie Oldham, Rose Valley, Ky. On cover: "by Will".
Shelf no.: v.105, p.199 ; v.130, p.291.

Hays, Will S.
The Refugee. (Will S. Hays Songs, no.11). -- Louisville : Louis Tripp,
1865.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 609.4.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Farewell mother home and friends.
Notes: To Miss Belle McCullough. See also: The wandering refugee.
Shelf no.: HS 2 cops.

Hays, Will S.
Remember I'm your friend. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1880.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Grafton, artist, cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Amid life's many changing scenes.
Notes: To Miss B. Lillian Bowyer, Gallipolis, Ohio.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Save one bright crown for me. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; St.Louis,T.A.
Boyle ; Cincinnati, Dobmeyer & Cody ; San Francisco, M. Gray ; Detroit, C.J.
Whitney & Co. ; Galveston,T.Goggan & Bro., 1872.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 10,094-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Snyder & Black, N.Y., lith. cover.
Medium: Voice or duet with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Oh! Thou Omnipotent most High!.
Notes: To Miss Belle Eddy, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.
623.1. Hays. Will S.
Shamus O'Brien. An answer to Nora O'Neal. -- New York : J.L. Peters ;
Cincinnati, J.J. Dobmeyer & Co. ; Chicago, DeMotte Bros. ; St.Louis,
J.J.Dobmeyer & Co., 1866.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 649.
Lithographer/Engraver: cover lith.
Medium: Voice & piano; with chorus.
Subject: Reply song.
Lyricist: Hays. Will S.
First line: Oh! sweet is the smile.
Notes: "To my friend, Capt. H.H. Drown, Cincinnati, Ohio". c1866 vy J.L.
Peters & Bro. in Missouri.
Shelf no.: v.138, p.119.

Hays, Will S.
Shamus O'Brien & Widow McGee. Waltz. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson & Co. ;
New York, C.H. Ditson & Co ; Chicago, Lyon & Healy ; Cincinnati, Dobmeyer &
Newhall ; Philadelphia, J.E. Ditson & Co., 1870.
[67-70] p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 765-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Reply piano piece.
Arranger: Dressler, Wm.
Notes: To Captain H.H. Drower. c1870 by J.L. Peters in New Jersey.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
She sleeps. Sleep my loved one sleep. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall &
Co. ; Boston & New York, Ditson & Co. ; Philadelphia, Ealy., 1883.
5 p. of music ; 37 cm.
Pl. no.: 378-4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Angels ever bright and fair.
Notes: To the memory of Mrs. Hattie E. Ross, beloved wife of Capt. A.Q. Ross
of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Sweet birds singing. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall Co., 1884.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 529-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Forbriger & Co., lith., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: I hear the sweet birds singing.
Notes: Optional flute part.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Union forever for me. A patriotic song and chorus. -- Louisville : Tripp
& Cragg., 1861.
5 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hull & Brother, printers ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War-Union.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: America! Gem of the wide, wide world.
Notes: To the lovers of the Union.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.75.

Hays, Will S.
Wandering refugee. New edition. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, Harmony
Hall, 1865.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 609.4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart & Mapother, lith., Louisville.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S. ; Wood, W.B.
First line: Farewell mother, home and friends.
Notes: To Mrs. Robt. W. Hays. "Additional verses by Dr. W.B. Woods.Inscribed
to the memory of the lamented Ex. Gov. Allen". See also earlier ed.,"The
Refugee".
Shelf no.: HS ; v.38, p.109.

Hays, Will S.
We may never meet again. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St.,
1863.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1363-4.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Sad is this young heart of mine.
Notes: To Miss Belle Bridgeford, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.103.

Hays, Will S.
We parted by the river side. -- New York : J.L. Peters., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Warren, stereotyper, New York, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: We parted by the river side.
Notes: To Miss Eliza W. Winlock. c1866 by A.C. Peters & Bro., in Ohio.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
We parted by the river side. -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro. ;
St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4117.4.
Illustrations: cover lithograph printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Donaldson & Elmes, lith., Cinncinati, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: We parted by the river side.
Notes: To Miss Eliza L. Winlock, Shelbyville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.88, p.21.

Hays, Will S.
We parted by the river side. -- St.Louis : J.L. Peters & Bro. ;
Cincinnati, A.C. Peters & Bro. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Philadelphia, Lee
& Walker ; New York, Wm. Pond & Co., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 8.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gregson, Donaldson & Elmes, lith., Cinncinati, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: We parted by the river side.
Notes: To Miss Eliza L. Winlock, Shelbyville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
When I left my home in Erin. -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co.,
1878.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Lithographer/Engraver: Grafton, artist.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Evening shadows gather'd.
Notes: To Miss Isabel Gould, St.Louis, Mo.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
Who tied that crape on the door? -- Louisville : Rogers Tuley Co., 1887.
1 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Will S. Hays.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Mother, dear mother.
Notes: To Miss Carrie M. Lucas, Louisville, Ky. c1887 by Louisville Press Co.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
" Whoa! I tell you!" -- Cincinnati : Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1879.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover illus.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: I hear dem sleigh-bells ringin'.
Notes: To my friend Chas. B. Chapman, C.& M.R.R., Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS 2 cops.

Hays, Will S.
Will you remember me? -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, A.C.
Peters & Bro. ; New Orleans, Blackmar & Co., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro., lith., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Hays, Will S.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Remember thee! Yes!.
Notes: To Miss Anna L. Cornwall, Louisville, Ky. 5th edition. "As sung by Con.
T. Murphy, of Arlington, Kelly & Leon's Minstrels".
Shelf no.: v.105, p.15.

Hays, Will S.
Write me a letter from home. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; St.Louis, J.J.
Dobmeyer & Co. ; Chicago, DeMotte Bros., 1866.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 648.4.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Hays.
Lithographer/Engraver: Clayton, C.O., lith., N.Y. cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Hays, Will S.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Lonely I sit me and weep.
Notes: To my friend Dr. E.D. Foree, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.38, p.99 ; HS (no lith.).

Hays, Will S.
Yes, we think of thee at home! Reply to "Do they think of me at
home?". -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 310 West Jefferson Street, 1862.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 9-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Kierolf & Co., printers, cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr.
& pr., musi.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Yes, we think of thee at home.
Notes: To Miss Amelia J. Hall, of Shelby County, Ky. "A beautiful ballad as
sung by Mr. H.C. Boutwell".
Shelf no.: v.42, p.24.

Hays, Will S.
You'll always find me true. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; Cincinnati,
Dobmeyer & Cody ; Galveston, T. Goggan & Bro. ; Boston, White, Smith & Perry ;
N.Orleans, L. Grunewald., 1872.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 10,182-3.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: We two have been good friends.
Notes: To my friend J.L. Peters.
Shelf no.: HS.

Hays, Will S.
You've been a friend to me. -- New York : J.L. Peters ; Cincinnati,
Dobmeyer & Co. ; St.Louis, T.G. DeMotte., 1867.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 283.3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: My bark of life was tossing down.
Notes: To Miss Emily Peters. c1867 by J.L. Peters, Southern district of Ohio.
Shelf no.: v.90, p.217.

Heady, J. Morrison.
Destruction of Sennacherib. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe ; Louisville,
G.W. Brainard, 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, Brainard., 1851.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Byron.
First line: Assyrian came down.
Notes: 2nd Edition. "For the Ladies' Musical Library".
Shelf no.: LS.

Heady, J. Morrison.
Where is the spirit land. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, 3d Street ;
Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth Str., 1851.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 208-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Heady, J. Morrison.
First line: Tell me ye wandr'ing stars.
Shelf no.: LS.

Heady, J. Morrison.
Yazoo polka. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, 1851.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "For the Ladies Musical Library. To Miss Laura Simmons".
Shelf no.: LP.

Heffernan, W.G.
Oh! no, I am not blind! -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney, Rev.
First line: They tell me that my face is fair.
Notes: For the Ladies Musical Library. To "Little Ellen", of the Kentucky
Institution for the Blind.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.187; c.2, LS.

Hemans, Mrs.
Bring flower [s]. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 35-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Bring flowers, young flowers.
Shelf no.: v.68, p.149 ; v.82, p.281.

Hemmersbach, P.J.
Im Fru"hling, op.5. (In spring). -- Louisville : Greenup Music Co.,
1889.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Hochw Herrn Franz Zabler.
Shelf no.: v.73, p.103.

[Hensel, Octavia] pseud.
Voice pose, and vocal technique. Method Marchesi, Lamperti, Randegger. -
- [Louisville] : Octavia Hensel?, 1887.
4 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice.
Subject: Vocal studies & methods.
Arranger: Hensel, Octavia.
Notes: c1887 by Octavia Hensel [i.e. Seymour, Mary Alice Ives].
Shelf no.: LS.

Hernandez, A.M.
Nicarauga national song. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; New York, Wm.
Hall & Son ; Nashville, J.A. McClure ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2011-5.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: National songs.
Lyricist: Brannin, W.F.
First line: Puritans fled from oppression.
Notes: To Gen. Wm. Walker.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.255.

Herz, Henri.
Morceau de salon. No.1. La Mazurka. Op.91. La Mazurka. -- Baltimore, :
W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ;
Philadelphia, E.L. Walker.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1603.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gillingham, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: To Madame le Comtesse de Somnariva.
Shelf no.: LP.

Herz, Henri.
Nocturne on an air from I Capuleti ed i Montecchi by Bellini. --
Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters &
Field.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 834 900.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera themes.
Shelf no.: v.3l, p.257.

Herz, Henri.
Puritani march, with grand variations. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St. Louis, Balmer & Weber.
18 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 689-18.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.355.

Herz, Henri.
Quadrille waltz. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 613-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.81, p.8.

Herz, Henri.
Sontag's admired waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 525-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.69.

Herz, Henri.
' Tis the last rose of summer, with an introduction and variations. --
Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1179=4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: PS.

Herz, Henri.
' Tis the last rose of summer, with an introduction and variations. --
Louisville : David P. Faulds.
4 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 797-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.92, p.221.

Herz, Henri.
Variations brilliantes sur la Derniere valse de C. M. von Weber.
Op.51. -- Cincinnati : Peters & Sons ; W.C. ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
15 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 879.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.124, p.197.

Herz, Henri.
La violette de Carafa. Variations brillantes. Op.48. -- Louisville :
G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Philadelphia, J.E. Gould.
17 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 777.17.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.132, p.133.

Herz, Henri.
We have liv'd & lov'd together. Melody from the Recreations Musicales. -
- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1671-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: We have liv'd and lov'd together.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.325.

Herz, Henri.
We have liv'd & lov'd together. The melody from the Recreations
Musicales. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1671-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: We have liv'd and lov'd together.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.129.

Herz, Henri.
We have liv'd and lov'd together. Recreations musicales. -- [Louisville]
: Peters, W.C.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1037.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: We have liv'd and lov'd together.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.149.

Herz, Henri.
Weber's last waltz. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 645.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.101.

Herzog.
Hamburg polka. (Parlor duetts, no.3). -- Cincinnati, : W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2083-4 2080, cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., Cincinnati, cover.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: PS.

Herzog, A.
Black key polka mazurka. (European echoes). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.165 4th Ave.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1869-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polka mazurkas.
Shelf no.: v.91, p.149.

Hess, Charles.
I dream my dream, ballad. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; St.Louis Balmer
& Weber ; Cincinnati, W.F. Colburn., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 451-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Tennyson.
First line: I dream my dream.
Notes: To Miss Ida Yeatman, of Nashville.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.165.

Hess, Charles.
I sighed for home. (Parlor melodies for evening hours, no.8). --
Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ;
Boston, O. Ditson ; Pittsburgh, J.H. Mellor, 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 877.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I sighed for home.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.119.

Hess, Daisy Jeannette.
Bernheim guards march. (Two step). -- Louisville : J.P. Simmons & Co.,
528 4th Avenue., 1895.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Illustrations: reproduction of photograph.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Mr. I.W. Bernheim, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops.

Hewitt, George W.
Bayadere quick step, arranged in an easy style for two performers on the
piano forte. -- : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field., 1844.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 717.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Notes: c1844 by John F. Nunns in Southern dist. of New York.
Shelf no.: Piano, 4 hands.

Hewitt, George W.
Une Perle waltz, (Brainard & Co.s collection of popular melodies arr.
duetts, no.8. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 759.5.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: LP.

Hewitt, John H.
I'm only sixteen. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; Louisville Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Chicago, B.K. Mould, 1851.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1097.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Hewitt, John H.
First line: I'm only sixteen.
Notes: "Sung by Miss Miriam C. Goodenow, of the Alleghanians". Fifth edition.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.49.
669.1. Hews, George.
Brattleboro waltz and quick step. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 327-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes. Quick steps.
Shelf no.: LP.
669.2. Hews, George.
Brattleboro waltz and quick step. (Gems from the valley, no. 6). --
Rochester : W.S. Mackie, ; Wm. Hall & Son; Buffalo, Blodgett & Bradford;
Louisville, Wm. McCarrell; Chicago, Root & Cady, 1861.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2360.
Lithographer/Engraver: J.Sage & Sons, Sc., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes. Quick steps.
Notes: Inside cover: New York, Firth, Pond & Co., 1 Franklin Sq.
Shelf no.: LP.

Hews, George.
Websters quick step. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1696-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick-steps.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.233.

Hillman, W.
Heimweh Klange. (Les Graces, a collection of choice pieces). Longing for
home waltzes. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, 1865.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1004.8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Perrine, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mrs. C.D. Hillman.
Shelf no.: LP.

Himmel.
Waltz. -- Louisville : Peters & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: With: Java march.
Shelf no.: v.49, p.191.

Hine, Charlie.
Prairie song. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., 1850.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Gaily smiles the glad blue sky.
Notes: To Miss Mary Duncan.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.27.

Hine, James.
I wander'd by the brook side. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 254-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Milnes, R.M.
First line: I wander'd by the brook side.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.39.

Hodson, G.A.
He never said he loved, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 29-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Bayley, F.W.H.
First line: He oft hath said that I was fair.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.203.

Hodson, G.A.
My home, my happy home. (Lays of the wide world, no.9). -- Cincinnati, :
W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook &
Long ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; New York, Horace Waters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1977-3 1958, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: My home my home my happy home.
Notes: "Sung by Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: PS.

Hodson, G.A.
Poor Bessy. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; Cincinnati,
W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 687-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Pocock, J.
First line: Poor Bessy was a sailor's wife.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.293.

Hoffman, Edward.
I love thee still, romance. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 91 West
Jefferson St., 1867.
15 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 53-15.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: "On J.C. Meininger's favorite song, 'I love thee still', as sung by
Madme. C.V. Hoffman".
Shelf no.: LP.

Hoffman, Richard.
Souvenir de Trovatore, de Verdi. -- New York : William Hall & Son ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; Boston, George P. Reed & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons., 1856.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3686.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., N.Y., engr., cover ; Clayton, engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera themes & variations.
Shelf no.: v.109, p.267 ; LP 2 cops.

Hoffmann, G.R.
Mountain bell waltzes. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 361-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Jenny Lind. Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Bell Sheridan. "Arranged from admired Tyrolian airs, as sung by
Jenny Lind".
Shelf no.: v.39, p.185.

Hoffmann, G.R.
La Serenade -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters &
Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1851.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 396-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To A.C. Peters.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.235.

Hoffmann, G.R.
Zephyr polka. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters,
Field & Co., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1231.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Mrs. G.D. Prentice.
Shelf no.: v.39, p.223.

Hohnstock, Adele.
Concert polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters &
Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 261-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Published with the permission of J. Schuberth". "Composed & performed
with great applause by Miss Adele Hohnstock".
Shelf no.: PS.

Holloway, J.
Wood up!, or Mississippi quick step. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick-steps.
Notes: "Composed expressly for beginners".
Shelf no.: LP.

Holman, Geo.
Wake up Jake. (W.C. Peters & Sons' Ethiopian songs, no.14). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; New York,
William Hall & Son, 1848.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1194.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
First line: Come white folks listen.
Notes: Advertisement back cover W.C. Peters & Sons, Cincinnati.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.125.

Holman, Geo.
Wake up Jake. (Songs of the Sable Harmonists and Kunkel's Nightingales).
-- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons, 1848.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1194.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Lyricist: Holman, Geo.
First line: Come white folks listen to my song.
Notes: 12th edition.c1848 by W.C. Peters in Ky.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.189.

Holst, M.
First cottage rondo -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1717-4.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: PS.

Hopf, B.
Hope waltzes. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 270-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gillingham, F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Performed by the Prague Band, both in Europe & America, arranged for
the piano forte".
Shelf no.: v.76, p.15.

Horn, John.
Wheatland polka. (Beauties of the ball room, new series, no.6) --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Chicago,
Higgins Bros., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2035-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: C.,W.A., engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Huber.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.100.

Hoskins, John.
Gentle blue eyed Haidee -- Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 866.4.
Medium: Voice & chorus, with piano.
Lyricist: Cist, L.J.
First line: Way down in Sangamonna.
Notes: "To S.C. Campbell. Sung by the Campbells".
Shelf no.: PS.

Hoskins, John.
Linda Bell, ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, O. Ditson., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 720.4.
Medium: Voice with chorus, and piano.
Subject: Negro songs.
Lyricist: Hoskins, John.
First line: Moon it am shining, love.
Notes: "To Miss Sallie Withers".
Shelf no.: LS.

Hoskins, John.
Mavourneen, mavourneen, how lone is thy dwelling. -- Louisville : G.W.
Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Buffalo, J. Sage & Son ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 803.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
Lyricist: Heffernan, Anna M.
First line: Slowly the evening is closing around me.
Notes: To Bessie of Boston.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.233.

Hoskins, John.
Moonbeams. -- Louisville : Brainard Bros. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co
; Boston, O. Ditson, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Seloc, engr., Louisville, cover ; Slinglandt, J.,
engr.& pr.,music.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Arranger: M., N.C.
First line: Over fields of thymy blossoms.
Notes: To Miss Virginia Guthrie & Miss Mary English.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.33 ; v.68, p.165.

Hoskins, John.
My mother's smile -- Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 871.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney.
First line: Rosy blush has left.
Notes: "To Mrs. Benjamin Chamberlin, Newton, Mich.".
Shelf no.: PS.

Hoskins, John.
Songs my mother sang. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co. ; Cleveland,
S. Brainard & Co. ; Buffalo, J. Sage & Son ; Chicago, Mould & Green., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 359-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney.
First line: Tho' I delight in strains.
Notes: To my sisters. Cover lacking, v.57, p.249.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.249 ; v.86, p.245.

Howard, George C.
Oh! I'se so wicked. -- New York : Horace Waters ; Louisville, G.W.
Brainard Bro. & Co. ; Boston, G.P. Reed & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C.Peters & Sons
; Petersburg, Pa., Gaianes & Riches., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Co.,N.Y., lith. cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Negro songs.Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Lyricist: Howard, George C.
First line: Oh, white-folks I was never born.
Notes: To G.L. Aiken. "As sung by Mrs. G.C. Howard". Lith.,c1854, of Mrs. G.C.
Howard in her original character of "Topsy" in Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Shelf no.: v.122, p.141.

Hughes, David E.
Lizzie polka. (G.W. Brainard & Co.s waltzes polkas &, no.l) --
Louisville : G.W. Brainard, & Co., 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard &
Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 547-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: LP.

Hunt, A.W., Dr.
Vernon waltz. (Beauties of the ball room, no.11). -- Louisville : David
P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Chicago, Higgins Bros, 1859.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1110-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.29.

Hunten, Francois.
Benedetta sia la madre, with introduction & variations. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters
& Co.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1662-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: PS.

Hunten, Francois.
Les Bords du Rhin, grande valse brillante. -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 867-8.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Hunten, Francois.
Emerald grand waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati,
Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 242-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.3, p.317.

Hunten, Francois.
Emerald grand waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Baltimore,
W.C. Peters ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 242-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Hunten, Francois.
Gallopade quadrille. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 798-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quadrilles.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.59.

Hunten, Francois.
Infernal waltz, from Meyerbeer's Robert le Diable. (Standard favorites,
a collection of easy waltzes). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 40-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Hunten, Francois.
Instructions for the piano-forte, in which is introduced a series of
popular airs, arranged in a progressive manner. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons.
67 (73) p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Arranger: [Peters, W.C.].
Notes: Abridged edition. With French and English text.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Hunten, Francois.
Peters' enlarged and improved edition of Hunten's celebrated piano-forte
school. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker, 1856.
119 & l p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
Notes: c1856 by W.C. Peters & Sons in Ohio. Unabridged edition.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Hunten, Francois.
Rondo sur la cachucha. (L'Alliance, no.2). Op.101. -- Baltimore : W.C.
Peters ; Louisville Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 811 cover, 809.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.9.

Hunten, Francois.
La Rose. Variations brillantes sur une air allemand. -- Baltimore : W.C.
Peters ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters Webb & Co.
13 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1456.13.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: PS.

Hunten, Francois.
See, oh! Norma, from Bellini's opera Norma, with variations,op.65 --
Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Fagan, F.W., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops.

Hunter, Kate, Mrs.
Beta waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, Main St. ; Chicago, R.G. Greene
; Nashville, J.A. McClure ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1036-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Beta Theta Pi.
Shelf no.: LP.

Hunter, Kate, Mrs.
Temple polka. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ; Boston,
Oliver Ditson & Co. ; New York, Firth, Pond & Co., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 548.4.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart, Mapother & Co., lith., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To the Masonic fraternity.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.52.
711.1. Huntley, Edward C.
Medora waltz. -- Nashville : J.A. McClure ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds,
1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, Louisville, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Medora A. Carter.
Shelf no.: LP.

Huntley, William A.
Some day I'll wander back again. -- Louisville : Henry Knofel, 52 West
Market Street., 1879.
5? p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed with color.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: French, Arthur W.
First line: Some day I'll wander back again.
Notes: To my mother. c1879 by W.F. Shaw.
Shelf no.: v.123, p.217 [incomplete copy].

Iucho, Wilhelm.
California march. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters
& Field., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 150-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Miss N. Bush.
Shelf no.: v.68, p.217.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Circassian polka. Op. 113, no. 3. Polka rondos, no. 3. -- Cincinnati:
W.C. Peters & Sons; New York, Horace Waters; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long; St.
Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1854.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1997; cover, 1994.
Subject: Polka rondos.
Notes: "To Miss Julia Iucho Baker, of Cincinnati."
Shelf no.: PP

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Here's a health to thee Tom Moore. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 147-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Byron.
First line: My boat is on the shore.
Notes: To Miss Letitia D. Peter.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.203.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Here's a health to thee Tom Moore. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; New York, W.C. Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1377-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Byron.
First line: My boat is on the shore.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Letitia D. Peter".
Shelf no.: PS ; v.4, p.101.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Here's a health to thee Tom Moore. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1849.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 147-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Byron.
First line: My boat is on the shore.
Notes: To Miss Letitia C. Peter.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.221 ; v.66, p.33.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Introduction and variations on the favorite Scotch ballad, "Oft in the
stilly night". Oft in the stilly night. -- New York : Dubois & Bacon.
14 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: "Composed & dedicated to Miss Jane F.James of Philadelphia".
Shelf no.: v.135, p.199.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
La latona, valse brillante. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; New York, W.C. Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1355-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mrs. Henry Pindell, of Lexington, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.227.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Oberon, fantasie de Salon. -- New York : Wm. A. Pond & Co.; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co.; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field; St.Louis, Wakelam & Iucho,
1854.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2728.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., cover; Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Notes: "Transcribed & dedicated to Miss Frances R. Dibblee.
Shelf no.: PS.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Pamina. (Fairy polka rondos, no.1). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati. Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 166-4.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Mrs. M.A. Dewees, of Lexington, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.107.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Servian polka rondo. (Fairy polka rondos, no.8) -- New York : J.L.
Peters ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, J.J. Dobmeyer & Co., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1202-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "To Miss Julia Iucho Baker".
Shelf no.: PS.

Iucho, Wilhelm.
Titania. (Fairy polka rondos, no.2). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
; Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1376.3.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Mrs. M.A. Dewees, of Lexington, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.113.

Ives, E., Jr.
Greek Amazon. "Original songs etc."no.26. -- [Louisville] : W.C. Peters
; Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 224.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bryant, Wm. Cullen.
First line: I buckle to my slender side.
Notes: To Wm. Cullen Bryant.
Shelf no.: v.81, p.245.

Jaell, Alfred.
Danse des Fe'es, d'apres F. Godfroid, rapsodie pour piano. Op.14. Dance
of the fairies. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb
& Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1911-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., Cincinnati.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Jaell, Alfred.
Third meditation, op.17. -- Cleveland : S. Brainard & Co. ; Louisville
Brainard Bros. ; Boston, O. Ditson.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Lemon, J.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: At head of title: Souvenir de Precenico.
Shelf no.: v.34, p.129.
726.1. Jarvis, Charles.
Prima donna waltz. (Family Party, no.l). -- Philadelphia : Lee &
Walker ; Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe; St.Louis, Fritz & Debleth, 1853.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 5135.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Popular airs composed & arranged for young people".
Shelf no.: LP.

Jarvis, Charles.
Soothe me to rest -- Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co., Fourth St., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 870-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Williamson, Brainard.
First line: Light touch the chords.
Shelf no.: PS.

Johnson, Jas. W.
At home thou art remember'd still. -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters ;
St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro., 1863.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3465.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply.
Lyricist: Johnson, Jas. W.
Arranger: Cumming, William [Peters, W.C.].
First line: Oh yes! thou art remember'd still.
Notes: To Mrs. Adolph Ancker. Answer to "Do they think of me at home?".
Shelf no.: v.16, p.71.

Jonas, Geo.
Owl polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1868.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1570-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Owl Club.
Notes: To Members of the Owl Club, Louisville, Ky. List of members on cover.
Shelf no.: LP.

Jullien.
Prima donna waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ; New
Orleans, H.D. Hewitt ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1853.
10 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 785-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: H., L.
Notes: To Miss D. Nicholas.
Shelf no.: LP.

Jullien.
Prima donna waltz. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 742-10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes. Jullien.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.113.

Jullien.
Prima donna waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; New Orleans, H.D. Hewitt ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber, 1853.
10 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 785-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: H.,L.
Notes: To Miss D. Nicholas.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.23.

Jungmann, Albert.
Homesick, a little fantaisie, op.117. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 70
Main St.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 100-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan, electrotypers,
Philadelphia.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To A.F. McCarrell, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.84, p.224 ; LP.

Jungmann, J.E.
Neuf chatel waltz. -- Cincinnati: Peters & Co; Louisville, W.C. Peters,
Apollo Hall, 1845.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 77.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Composed and dedicated to his pupils".
Shelf no.: v.135, p.167.

Jungmann, Albert.
Silver bells, idylle. Op.22. Silberglo"ckchen. -- Cleveland : S.
Brainard & Co. ; Louisville Brainard Bros. ; Boston, O. Ditson ; N.York,
Firth, Pond & Co.
9 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Moffet, Clev., engr., cover ; J.J. Lemon, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.101.

Kahr, Bernidia M., Miss.
Gov. McCreary's grand march. -- Louisville : Henry Knoefel, 1875.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1981-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Gov. McCreary.
Notes: To his excellency Jas. B. McCreary, governor of Kentucky.
Shelf no.: v.2, p.153.

Kalkbrenner.
Three themes with variations, for small hands. -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ;
Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2116-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, E.O., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Miss Josephine Mattingly.
Shelf no.: v.122, p.209.

Kappes, J.H.
Bellona polka. (No.6 Mountain belle polkas). -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds, Main St., 1853.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 718-2 no.6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Victoria P. Haley.
Shelf no.: LP.

Kappes, J.H.
Fanny Fern polkas. no.l Rosebud, no.2 Lilla, no.3 Coral, no.4 Martha. --
Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ;
Louisville, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1853.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 756-2 ; 757-2 ; 758-2 ; 759-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "To Miss Sallie M. Payne ; to Miss May Lyon ; to Miss Eliza Macklin ;
to Miss Martha Hunter".
Shelf no.: PS.

Kappes, J.H.
Home sweet home, with variations. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons,
1859.
10 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3164.9.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co, lith., Cincinnati, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To the Young Ladies of Science Hill Female Academy, Shelbyville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.87.

Kappes, J.H.
Marien polka. (Evenings at Science Hill, 1st series, no.3) -- Louisville
: G.W. Brainard & Co., 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston,
O. Ditson., 1853.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 599-5.
Illustrations: cover lith. Georgetown Female Seminary, Kentucky.
Lithographer/Engraver: Teschemacher & Co, lith. after Boese.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Science Hill.
Notes: To Miss Maria B. Farnam.
Shelf no.: LP.

Kappes, J.H.
Moss rose waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1852.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 660-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "To Miss Eliza D. Ayres".
Shelf no.: PS.

Kappes, J.H.
Mountain bell polkas. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1853.
15 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 713 thru 719.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: No.l Amanden ; no.2 Rosalien ; no.3 Arabellen ; no.4 Amoretten ; no.5
Leannah ; no.6 Bellona ; no.7 Sylphiden.
Shelf no.: PS.

Kappes, J.H.
Petunia polka. (Kentucky garland, no.12) -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard &
Co., 109 Fourth St., 1853.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 663.2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Powers & Weller, eng., Boston, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Sarah McFall.
Shelf no.: V.78, P.80.

Keller, M.
We lingered long at parting. -- Covington, Ky. : P.J. Dittoe, 1868.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Balch, typographer, Boston, cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Dayton, A. Alphonso.
First line: We lingered long at parting.
Notes: "To the Young Ladies of Covington, KY.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Kelley, Robert.
Familiar airs, for the guitar, no.1-14. -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ;
Louisville, G.W. Brainard Bro. & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 649-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Prince & Wilson, engr., cover.
Medium: Guitar.
Subject: Guitar.
Shelf no.: HG.

Kerr, A. Thurburn.
Hasten back Willie, ballad. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Kerr, A. Thurburn.
First line: In the bright summer days.
Notes: "To Miss Sarah H. Lester".
Shelf no.: LS.

Ketterer, E.
Tear. Die Tra"ne, op.89. (James Perry's best concert music, 1). --
Louisville : James Perry, 629 W. Market St.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 52-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

King, Frank H.
Black Crook schottisch. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, Harmony Hall.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1045.3.
Illustrations: cover color lith. with sparkles.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart & Mapother, lith., cover ;Hull & Bro., printers,
back cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Miss A. Wise. "As performed at the Louisville Theatre". Publisher's
catalog. with illus., back cover.
Shelf no.: v.84, p.260.

King, Matthew Peter.
Minute gun at sea. (Admired vocal duetts, no.10). -- Louisville : David
P. Faulds, 539 Main St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 587-5.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
First line: Let him who sighs, in sadness here.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.209.
Illustrations: Picture of Pee Wee King, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: King, Pee Wee and Jones, Tommy.
First line: We were dancing that night.
Shelf no.: WHAS collection, 6/10906.

Kinkel, Charles.
Golden bell schottisch. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 541.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Miss Hattie A. Echols, Wheeling, Va.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.125.

Kinkel, Charles.
I'm twenty five. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; N.York, Wm. Hall &
Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2058-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: 'Tis wondrous strange.
Shelf no.: LS.

Kinkel, Charles.
Minnehaha waltz. (Southern album, no.11). -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg,
109 Fourth St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.,
1861.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 608.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.307.

Kinkel, Charles.
Restless love, morceau de salon. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 1867.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 55-4 & V.
Illustrations: lith. cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., lith., Cincinnati, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: LP.

Kinkel, Charles.
Restless love, morceau de salon. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main
St., 1869.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1764-5.
Illustrations: lith. cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., lith., Cincinnati, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Bertie Eoff, Wheeling, W.Va. c1869 by Wm. McCarrell, Ky.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops.

Kinkel, Charles.
Silver bell schottisch. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 547.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Miss Mattie Oglesby.
Shelf no.: LP.

Kinkel, Charles.
Southern medley. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Mobile, Alabama,
Blackmar & Bro. ; Montgomery, Ala., Schreiner & Son., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Perrine, T.B., engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, J., engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Civil War-Confederate.
Shelf no.: LP.

Kinkel, Charles.
Why should we not love? -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ;
Boston, Oliver Ditson & Co. ; New York, Firth, Pond & Co., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 545.5.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart, Mapother & Co., lith., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Why should we not love?.
Notes: To Miss Eddie Patterson.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.109; v.136, p.45, c.2.

Kirschenheuter, J.J.
Spring blossom polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 162-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Fannie Barbee".
Shelf no.: PS.

Kleber, Henry.
Rainbow schottisch. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; Louisville, Tripp
& Cragg ; Albany, H. Hidley ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber & Bro., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1625.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Co., New York, lith., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: 50th edition.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.337.

Kneass, Nelson.
Ben Bolt, ballad. Oh! don't you remember. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; New Orleans, H.D. Hewitt, 1848.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1138-5.
Illustrations: Embossed cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Schatzman, J., engr. ; Andrews, E.H., printer, music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Oh! don't you remember sweet Alice.
Notes: To Miss C. Bruce. Twenty sixth edition. c1848 by W.C. Peters, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.7.

Kneass, Nelson.
Ben Bolt, or Oh! don't you remember. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1138.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Oh! don't you remember sweet Alice.
Notes: "Sung by Miss Clara Bruce".
Shelf no.: v.77, p.105 ; v.4, p.65 ; v.134, p.145.

Kneass, Nelson.
Old veteran. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co.
; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1139.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bayly, T.H.
First line: It was a sabbath morn.
Notes: To Mrs. C. Sharpe. c1848 by W.C. Peters, in Ky.
Shelf no.: v.100, p.21.

Knight, Joseph Philip.
Beautiful Venice, song or duett. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 207-5.
Medium: Voice & piano, or duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Beautiful Venice! City of song.
Shelf no.: v.28, p.93.

Knight, Joseph Philip.
Say, what shall my song be to night? -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 218-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Bellamy, W.H.
First line: Say what shall my song be to night?.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.181.

Koenigsberg, F.
Gondoliera, or Come to me. (Germania songs & ballads, no.8). -- St.Louis
: Balmer & Weber ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C.Peters &
Sons., 1854.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 669 5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Joanna, English words.
First line: O come to me, when through the night.
Notes: To Miss Eliza Videlet. English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.89, p.250.

Kohnhorst, W.
I cannot sing that song again. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 70 Main St.,
1867.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1472-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Smith, W. Dexter, Jr.
First line: I cannot sing that song again.
Notes: "To Miss Malinda Krile".
Shelf no.: LS.

Kollros, Constantine.
Coletti waltz. -- Louisville : Eichhorn & Kollross, 1893.
1 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: May Musical Festival Concerts.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Come, oh! come with me.
Notes: "Played by Prof. Eichhorn's Orchestra". With: Lachner, Th., "Lonely
Forest".
Shelf no.: LS.

Kozeluch.
John Anderson my Jo. A Scotch air, sung by Sinclair. -- Louisville :
[Webb, Peters ?].
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 184=2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: John Anderson my Jo.
Notes: Place and publisher nearly obliterated on copy.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.187.

Krause, Anton.
X Etudes e'le'gantes. Des trilles. Studies for the development of the
trill. Part 1st. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
13 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1371 & 1379-13.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Shelf no.: v.119, p.l.

Krause, Anton.
X Etudes e'le'gantes. Des trilles. Studies for the development of the
trill. Part. 2d. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
17 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1473-17.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Shelf no.: v.119, p.15.

Krebs, C.
To Adelaide. An Adelheid. Op.51. (Germania, no.11). -- St.Louis : Balmer
& Weber ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 793=4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: Dearest I think of thee.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.89, p.330.

Kreipl.
May breeze. (Album of classic music, no.7). Op.77. -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2673-8 cover, 2248.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Arranger: Cramer, Henri.
Shelf no.: v.21, p.87.

Kreutzer.
Overture to Lodoiska. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 70-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Shelf no.: PS.

Krollmann, Gustave.
Sweet home polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters,
Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 169-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Fanny Smith. c1849 by Peters, Webb & Co., Ky.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.93.

Krollmann, Gustave.
Sweet home polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Fanny Smith.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.171.

Krug, D.
Taubert's cradle song. Op.186. Schlaf in guter ruh. (Emeralds, no.19). -
- Louisville : Henry Knoefel.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 426.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondinos.
Shelf no.: v.117, p.1.

Krug, D.
Ye merry birds. "O bitt' euch liebe vogelein". -- Louisville : Jas. H.
Cragg, 160 Fourth St.
p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.41, p.63.

Kucken, Friedrich.
Ave Maria. (Selection of songs by Francis Ku"cken, no.4) -- Cincinnati :
W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook &
Long, 1870.
5 p. of music ; 31 cm.
Pl. no.: 2198-3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
First line: Ave Maria.
Shelf no.: v.46, p.43.

Kucken, Friedrich.
Bird fly from hence. Voglein, mein Bote. (Peters' standard edition of
German songs. First series). -- New York : J.L. Peters, 843 Broadway, 1876.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 9043-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Wray, Leopold, English version.
First line: Bird, fly from hence.
Notes: German & English words.
Shelf no.: v.8, p.145.

Kucken, Friedrich.
Good night, farewell. (Gems of German song). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1257-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: Good night, farewell.
Notes: "To Wm. F. Bishop, Jr.". D.P. Faulds advertisement back cover.
Shelf no.: v.9, p.105.

Kucken, Friedrich.
Hear me Maria. Ave Maria. (Gems of German song, no.2. New series). --
Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ; Boston, O. Ditson ; Cleveland,
S. Brainard & Co. ; New York, Firth, Pond & Co., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 711.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
Lyricist: Ruppius, Otto, English words.
Arranger: Ruppius, Otto.
First line: Hear me Maria.
Notes: To Miss Charlotte Wall.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.73.

Kucken, Friedrich.
We met by chance. Lauf der Welt. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main
St. ; St.Louis Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 679-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Bartholomew, W., English words.
First line: When ev'ning brings the twilight hour.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.47, p.135.

Kuerschner, Hugo.
Mt. Carmel, polka mazurka. -- Louisville : Henry Knoefel, 68 W. Market
St., 1871.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polka mazurkas.
Notes: To his friends & pupils in Mt.Carmel, Ill.
Shelf no.: v.93, p.61.

Kunkel, Charles.
Mountain belle schottisch. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New
York, W.M. Peters ; Baltimore, H.McCaffrey, 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1819-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.111.

Kunkel, George.
Only waiting. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds &
Co. ; Nashville, Jas.A. McClure., 1860.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 8080.4.
Illustrations: cover lith. on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: W.,H.,artist ; T.Sinclair's Lith., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Only waiting 'till the shadows.
Notes: To Miss Caroline Richings.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.57 ; LS ; v.89, p.154.

Labitzky, August.
Dream of the shepherdess. Traum der Sennerin, idylle. Op.45. --
Louisville : Henry S. Cohn ; For sale: D.P. Faulds ; Emily Tripp ; D.H.
Baldwin & Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover printed in color.
Lithographer/Engraver: Louisville Anzeiger, print., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Eichhorn's Louisville Orch.
Notes: "As performed with unparalleled success by Eichhorn's Louisville
Orchestra". To Madame Tolstoy, ne'e Princesse Galitzine.
Shelf no.: LP.

Labitzky, Joseph.
Elfin waltzes. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co. ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co.
11 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 749.11.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Labitzky, Joseph.
Elfin waltzes. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cleveland, S. Brainard
& Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 749.11.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: pp.3-4 lacking.
Shelf no.: LP.

Labitzky, Joseph.
Flora's festival waltzes. -- [Louisville] : W.C. Peters, 1848.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1225.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Sofge, H.
Notes: no.l Moss rose. no.2 Orange blossom. no.3 Lilac. no.4 Bouquet.
Shelf no.: PS.

Labitzky, Joseph.
Flora's festival waltzes. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co., 1848.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1225.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Sofge, Henry D.
Notes: To Miss Mary K. Taylor. "As performed by the Cincinnati Amateur
Society".
Shelf no.: v.39, p.235.

Labitzky, Joseph.
Nathalie waltz! -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 1867.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1497-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Weiss, Charles.
Notes: To his pupil, Miss Fanny Lewis.
Shelf no.: LP.

Lachner, J.
Thou everywhere. Uberall du. (Choice foreign songs). -- New Albany, Ind.
: Ohio Falls Music Co.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 642 7.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: When in the dark and dreary.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.8, p.203.

Lachner, Th.
Lonely forest. Waldeinsamkeit. -- Louisville : Eichhorn & Kollros ;
Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., covers, The Louisville Apollo., 1893.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice with violin & piano.
Subject: Advertisements.
Arranger: Kollros, Const.
First line: In the forest's solitude.
Notes: "Apollo circular, The Louisville Apollo". Also with Kollros' "Coletti
waltz". May Musical Festival concerts.
Shelf no.: LS.

Lacombe.
Torrent, op.22. (James Perry's best concert music, no.5). -- Louisville
: James Perry, 629 W. Market St.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

A Lady.
Flower waltzes. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, Balmer & Weber.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 512, 513, 514.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: Violet ; American rose ; Hyacinth waltz. "Composed by A Lady".
Shelf no.: PS.

A Lady.
Thou art gone away Mary, a favorite ballad. -- Louisville : Peters &
Webb, 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1290.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Cosby, R.T.
Arranger: Peters, H.J.
First line: Thou art gone away Mary.
Notes: "Sung by Joseph H. McCann. Melody by a Lady". "Dedicated to Miss Mary
Thomasson".
Shelf no.: PS.

A Lady.
Thou art gone away Mary, a favorite ballad. -- Louisville : Peters &
Webb, 1849.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1412-4.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Subject: Guitar.
Lyricist: Cosby, R.T.
First line: Thou art gone away Mary.
Notes: To Miss Mary Thomasson. Sung by Joseph H. McCann. cover c1848 by Peters
& Webb.
Shelf no.: GH.

A Lady of Charleston.
United States Marine Corps march. (Echoes from the battle field). -- :
Louisville ; D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 314-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: v.84, p.220.

Lambillotte, L.
Magnificat, no.3, Grand, in C. (Catholic church music, 3221. Fourth
series.) -- Boston, New York, Philadelphia : Oliver Co. Ditson, 1887.
12 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3221.12.
Medium: Chorus, mixed voices, organ.
First line: Magnificat.
Notes: c1859 by W.C. Peters & Sons ; c1887 by J.L. Peters.
Shelf no.: PS.
800.1. Lamothe, George.
First kiss, grande valse, op. 68. (Choice selection of compositions for
the piano). Premier baiser. -- Louisville : Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave. D.P.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1101. 8.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Lanckenau, R.
Grand march of the Clinton Guards. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.,
1829.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1602-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Birch, T., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Major Heelas. c1829 by G.M. Bourne, of the State of New York.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.179.

Landram, W.J.
Passing away. -- Cleveland : S. Brainard & Co. ; Louisville Brainard
Bros., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Taylor, Jennie.
First line: I wander'd one morning.
Notes: To Mary E. Landram, of Lancaster, Ky. "Poetry by Jennie Taylor, from
the Louisville Journal".
Shelf no.: v.67, p.181.

Landram, W.J.
We sing and part. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co ; Lexington, Ky.,
S.C. Bodley ; Baltimore, Geo. Willig, Jr., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1139-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: T.T.
First line: We sing and part.
Notes: To Miss Mariam Saxton, Lexington, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.207.

Lang, Benjamin.
Merry sailor boy. -- Boston, : Oliver Ditson; Louisville, Ky., G.W.
Brainard & Co.; Boston, C.C. Clapp & Co.; N. York, Gould & Berry, 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 6082.
Illustrations: cover engr.
Lithographer/Engraver: Greene, eng., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Jocelyn, E.
First line: Forth, cheerful goes the sailor boy.
Shelf no.: LS.

Lange, Gustav.
Meadow dance, tanz idylle, op.23. Reigen im gru"nen. -- Louisville :
Henry Knoefel, 68 W. Market St.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: Title duplicated on colored cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Davenport, printer, music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Lange, Gustav.
When two hearts are parted, op.277. (Pianist's folio). Wenn sich zwei
Herzen scheiden. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3117-4.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Lanner.
Evening star waltz -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer
& Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 513-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Beyer, Ferd.
Shelf no.: PS ; v.66, p.175.

Lanner.
Evening star waltz. Morning and evening, 2 beautiful waltzes. --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2066-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Beyer, F.
Shelf no.: v.50, p.35.

Lardner, Dr.
Watcher, arranged as a song or duett. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 352-2.
Medium: Voice or duet, with piano.
First line: Night was dark and fearful.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.90.

Lasserve, Ch. Henri.
La Catarina, schottisch polka. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville,
G.W. Brainard & Co. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; N.York, Gould & Berry ;
N.Orleans, H.D. Hewitt.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 5085.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisch polkas.
Notes: [To] Madame Anna Thillon.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.279.

Latour, T.
O dolce concento, arranged with variations. Away with melancholy. --
Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters
& Field.
11 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: PS.

Lavenu, L.H.
Harvest queen. From sunny fields I joyous come. -- New York : Firth,
Pond & Co. ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 920.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: From sunny fields I joyous come.
Notes: To Miss Mary Mellon.
Shelf no.: v.81, p.289.

Lavenu, L.H.
Those happy days are gone. (Favorite songs and ballads, sung by
Catharine Hayes, no.2). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5? p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 441-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Linley, G.
First line: Those happy days are gone.
Shelf no.: v.81, p.295.

Lecocq, Charkes.
La Fille de Madame Angot. (Musical pastime). -- Louisville : Jas. H.
Cragg, 160 Fourth St.
12 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Arranger: Cramer.
Shelf no.: v.32, p.137.

Lee, Alexander.
Away away to the mountains brow, a cavatina. -- Louisville, : G.W.
Brainard & Co., Fourth St.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 278.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Away, away, to the mountain's brow.
Notes: "As sung with unbounded applause by, Miss Hughes, at the Park Theatre".
Shelf no.: LS.

Lee, Alexander.
I am dreaming of thee, Napolitaine. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Napolitaine I am dreaming.
Notes: "Sung by Miss Andrews".
Shelf no.: v.77, p.153.

Lee, Alexander.
I am dreaming of thee. (Lays of beauty, no.l). -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2006-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Napolitaine, I am dreaming of thee.
Shelf no.: v.55, p.293.

Lee, Alexander.
I'll be no submissive wife, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 404.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: I'll be no submissive wife.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.17.

Lee, Alexander.
Meet me in the willow glen. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 596-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Wilson, Cornwall B., Mrs.
First line: Meet me in the willow glen.
Notes: "As sung by Miss Shireff".
Shelf no.: v.82, p.37.

Lee, Alexander.
Moon's on the lake. Macgregors' gathering, a favorite Scotch song. --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 406-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
Lyricist: Scott, Walter.
First line: Moon's on the lake.
Shelf no.: LS.


Lee, Alexander.
What's a' the steer kimmer. (Parlor melodies for evening hours, no.3). -
- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Boston, O.Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 540-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: What's a' the steer kimmer.
Notes: "Sung by Madame Ablamowicz".
Shelf no.: LS ; v.95, p.135.

Lee, Alexander.
When, when wilt thou meet me, ballad. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1610-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballad.
Lyricist: Halford, J.
First line: When wilt thou meet me, love?.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.51 ; v.107, p.101.

[Lee, David].
My own one, adapted to a favorite Scotch air. -- Louisville : Peters,
Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1728-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: My own one.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.83.

Lee, David.
My own one, a favorite Scotch air. -- Louisville: W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 41.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
Arranger: Lee, David.
First line: My own one!.
Shelf no.: v.135, p.15.

Lee, Fanny B.
Rally boys in blue! -- Louisville : Fannie B. Lee, 1898.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Illustrations: Davis, J.M., illus., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, and piano.
Lyricist: Lee, Fanny B.
First line: To rousing drum and stirring fife.
Notes: "To the U.S. Infantry".
Shelf no.: LS.

Lefe'bure-We'ly.
[Cloches du monastere] Monastery bells. (Southern album, no.l). --
Louisville : Louis Tripp, no.109 Fourth St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 523.5.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.3, p.105 ; v.75, p.29 ; LP ; v.42, p.15.

Lefe'bure-We'ly.
Cloches du monastere. Nocturne pour piano. -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ;
N.York, Wm. Hall & Son.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 775.7.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Nocturnes.
Notes: To Madame Charles Aiken, Cleveland, O.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.139.

Lefe'bure-We'ly.
Cloches du monastere. Nocturne, op.54. (No.2 Album du pianist). --
Cincinnati, : A.C. Peters & Bro. ; St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2287-5.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.50, p.65.

Lefe'bure-We'ly.
[Cloches du monastere.] Monastery bells. (Fond memories). -- Louisville
: Henry Knoefel, 910 West Market St. (stamped).
p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 222 5.
Illustrations: lith. cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hunter, Thos., lith., Philadelphia.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: Incomplete copy.
Shelf no.: LP.

Lefe'bure-We'ly.
Clochette du patre, op.102, nocturne. The Shepherd's little bell.
(Southern album, no.2). -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 901=7.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.65, p.295.

Lefe'bure-We'ly.
Titania, fantaisie de concert. (Choice selection of compositions) --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Leybach, J.
Fantaisie brillante sur des motifs de Norma, op.65. (Compositions for
the piano forte by J. Leybach). -- Louisville : Jas. H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St.
15 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Shelf no.: v.32, p.107.
832.1. Leybach, J.
Salvia, valse brillante, op. 124. (Choice selection of compositions for
the piano.) -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3017-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Lindpainter, P.
Standard watch. Die Fahnenwacht. (Repertoire of German songs, no.4). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer
& Weber.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2906.5 2902, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Oliphant, Thomas, English words.
First line: Where floats the standard o'er the tented plain.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.89, p.282.

Lindsay, M., Miss.
Too late. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.`.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1512-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Tennyson.
First line: Late, late, so late!.
Shelf no.: LS ; v.68, p.27.

Linley, Florence.
Queen of the wave. (Songs of Florence Linley). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1823-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Bird of the ocean blue.
Notes: To Blanche Chapman.
Shelf no.: v.38, p.67.

Linley, George.
Bonnie new moon. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds
& Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4392.
Lithographer/Engraver: Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Linley, George.
First line: Bonnie new moon!.
Notes: To Miss Georgianna Taylor.
Shelf no.: v.11, p.225.

Linley, George.
Bonnie new moon. (Gems of English song, no.7) -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1151-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Bonnie new moon.
Shelf no.: LS.

Linley, George.
I do not ask to offer thee. Constance, ballad. -- Louisville : G.W.
Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 195.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: I do not ask to offer thee.
Notes: "Sung by Miss Dolby".
Shelf no.: v.62, p.195.

Linley, George.
I've left my snow-clad hills. (Jenny Lind's favorite ballads, no.3).
I've left the snow-clad hills. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 258-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Jenny Lind. Ballads.
First line: I've left the snow-clad hills.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.145 ; v.130, p.85.

Linley, George.
Matin call, ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 117 Fourth St.
; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 611-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Ah! it is not the matin-bell.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.219.

Linley, George.
Mona Machree. (Favorite songs sung by Catharine Hayes, no.l0) --
Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 740-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Sad wind is wailing.
Shelf no.: LS.

Linley, George.
Oh say you love me truly, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 215-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: O! say you love me truly.
Notes: For & sung by Miss Poole.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.89.

Linley, George.
Some one to love. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm.
Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Baltimore, George Willig.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2999.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Linley, George.
First line: Oh! yes, I must have some one to love.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.237.

Linley, George.
Swiss girl. (Songs of the boudoir, no.2). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 408-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Oh! hear me pretty Swiss.
Notes: "Sung by Mlle. K. Lovarney".
Shelf no.: v.76, p.307.

Linley, George.
Switser's farewell. (Repertoire de Mlle. Jetty Treffz, no.l) --
Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 754-5.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Jetty Treffz printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, lith. ; Slinglandt, J., engr. & Pr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Adieu dear land.
Shelf no.: PS ; v.67, p.175 ; v.107, p.205 [no lith.].

Linley, George.
Switzer's farewell. Abshied von der Sennerinn. -- Louisville : G.W.
Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Baltimore, Henry
McCaffrey, 1853.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 704.3.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Subject: Guitar songs. German songs.
Arranger: Werner, Henry.
First line: Adieu dear land.
Notes: Arranged for the guitar by Mrs. C. Rutherford.
Shelf no.: HS.

Linley, George.
Switzers farewell. Abshied von der Sennerinn. -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Baltimore, Henry McCaffrey.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 754-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Arranger: Werner, Henry.
First line: Adieu dear land.
Notes: German & English words.
Shelf no.: LS ; v.47, p.159.

Linley, George.
Weep for the love that fate forbids. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard &
Co., 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 612-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: L.E.L.
First line: Weep for the love that fate forbids.
Notes: "To Mrs. Henry Colburn".
Shelf no.: LS ; v.62, p.20.

Liszt.
Hungarian march. -- Louisville : Peters & Webb, 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1291.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Performing groups.
Arranger: Peters, H.J.
Notes: "As performed at the concerts of the Steyermarkische Company". To Miss
Louisa Gross.
Shelf no.: V.39, p.245.

Loder, Edward J.
Flow Rio Verde. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard &
Co. ; New York, J.E. Gould & Co.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Hemans, Mrs.
First line: Flow rio verde.
Notes: To Mrs. J. Parry Junr. "Sung by Mr. John Parry".
Shelf no.: v.28, p.183.

Loeschhorn, A.
Progressive piano studies, op.52, Part 1. (A. Loeschhorn's Piano
studies). -- Louisville : Henry Knofel, 210 West Market.
21 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Shelf no.: LP.

Louel, H.
Dawn waltz. (The gem, no.10). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Cincinnati,
Colburn & Field ; Laffayette, Ia.,Patrick & Crouse ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 450-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.37.

Lover, Samuel.
Kitty Tyrrell. (Irish evenings, no.5). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 452-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
First line: You're looking as fresh as the morn.
Notes: "Sung with enthusiastic applause by M. Collins".
Shelf no.: LS.

Lover, Samuel.
My mother dear, ballad -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 219-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Lover, Samuel.
First line: There was a place.
Shelf no.: PS.

Lover, Samuel.
My mother dear, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1551-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Lover, Samuel.
First line: There was a place in childhood.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.69.

Lover, Samuel.
My mother dear. (Songs for all seasons by popular authors). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Fields ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 219-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: There was a place in childhood.
Shelf no.: v.7, p.133.

Lover, Samuel.
Rory O'Moore. (Irish evenings, no.2) -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1261-3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
First line: Young Rory O'Moore.
Notes: "Sung with enthusiastic applause by Mr. Collins", cover.
Shelf no.: v.30, p.107.

Lumbye, H.C.
Visions in a dream, fantasie for the piano. -- Louisville : James Perry,
629 W. Market St. ; New York, S.T. Gordon & Son ; Cincinnati, John Church Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 59-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Lurton, J. Wat.
Iolene. -- Louisville : McCarrell & Meininger, 310 Jefferson St., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 38-3 & V.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: W.F. W.
First line: Could I greet thee when I meet thee.
Notes: To Miss Marie E. Duvall, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: LS.
859.1. Lyons, D.J.
Bright thoughts of thee. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 117 Fourth
St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.; Boston, O. Ditson, 1852.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 558.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Lyons, D.J.
First line: Bright thoughts of thee.
Notes: To Miss Harriette Dorsey.
Shelf no.: LS.

Lyons, D.J.
Day Oh the daylight for me, answer to "The night oh the night". --
Louisville : H.J. Peter & Co., 1847.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Lyons, D.J.
First line: Day, with its sunbeaming brightness.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Virginia Putnam". "Adapted to a German melody".
Shelf no.: PS.

Lyons, D.J.
Day, oh! the daylight for me. Answer to "Night, oh! the night" --
Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore,
W.C. Peters., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1279.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Lyons, D.J.
First line: Day with its sunbeaming brightness.
Shelf no.: PS.

Lyons, D.J.
Night, oh the night for me. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters, 1847.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: DuSolle.
First line: I love not the carefooted hours.
Notes: "Dedicated to Mrs. S.S. Lyons. Adapted to a French air by a Lady of
Louisville".
Shelf no.: PS.

Lyons, D.J.
Will you come to an isle of the ocean. Serenade. -- Louisville : F.W.
Ratcliffe; Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co.; Cleveland, S. Brainard; Chicago,
B.K. Mould, 1851.
pp. 83-85 ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Will you come to an Isle of the Ocean.
Notes: "Composed and dedicated to the Misses R.& F.Baker". 2nd edition. For
the Ladies' Musical Library.
Shelf no.: LS.

Lysberg, Ch.B.
La Baladine, op.51. Caprice. (Cottier & Denton's collection for the
piano forte, 19). -- Buffalo : Cottier & Denton ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ;
Chicago, Root & Cady ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; St.Louis, R.J. Compton ;
New Orleans, A.E. Blackmar.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Franklin Printing House, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.133, p.137.

Lysberg, Ch.B.
Valse brillante, op.48. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons.
15 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3167-14.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.20, p.105.

M., N.C.
Child's faith in God. Poor widow. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ;
Laffayette, In., Patrick & Crouse ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 863-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, W., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Hawkes, F.L., Rev.
First line: I knew a widow very poor.
Notes: To Mrs. C.A. Withers, of Covington, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.47.

Macfarren, G.A.
Beating of my own heart. (Songs of the day). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1827-7.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: [Milnes, R. Monckton].
First line: I wander'd by the brookside.
Shelf no.: v.94, p.157.

Mack, E.
Now or never march. -- Louisville : Jas. H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St., 1874.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 30-3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hunter, Th., lith., Phil. ; Armstrong, J.M., music
typographer, Ph.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: c1874 by W.F. Shaw.
Shelf no.: v.41, 113.

Maclagan.
Captain Jinks of the horse marines. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70
Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1607-4.
Illustrations: cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I am Captain Jinks of the Horse Marines.
Notes: "As sung by Billy Emerson".
Shelf no.: v.7, p.161.

Maeder, J. Gaspard.
Separation, ballad. -- [Louisville] : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters &
Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1834.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 369.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers. Ballads.
Lyricist: Moore, Thomas.
First line: With all my soul then let us part.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Maeder". c1834 by Kretschmar & Nunns, Penn.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.63.

Maeder, J. Gaspard.
Separation. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co.
; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 369-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gillingham,engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Moore, Thomas.
First line: With all my soul then let us part.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Maeder".
Shelf no.: v.36, p.99 ; PS.

Maeder, J. Gaspard.
Song of home, ballad. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P.
Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman, 1850.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 933.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Morris, George P.
First line: Oh sing once more.
Notes: To Mrs. George B. Mathew. New edition. "As sung by Mme. Anna Bishop".
Shelf no.: v.55, p.1.

Magruder, James E.
I have something sweet to tell you, or "I'm talking in my sleep!". --
Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1617-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gillingham, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Osgood, Frances.
Notes: To Miss Elizabeth Stanforth.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.159 (incomplete copy); c.2, LS.

Mahr, Edward.
Galt House galop. (Galt House collection). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.70 Main St., 1869.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1607-5.
Illustrations: colored lith., Hart & Mapother ; Whitestone, H., artist.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops. Galt House.
Shelf no.: LP.

Malibran, Madame.
There is no home like my own, Tyrolien. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters &
Co. ; Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 663.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: In the wild chamois track.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.41.

Marcailhou, G.
Agricultural polka. Agricultural fair polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds
& Co. ; N.York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2049-4.
Illustrations: cover engr.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Hon. Marshall P. Wilder, president of the U.S. Agricultural Society.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.70.

Marcailhou, G.
Baguette d'or. (G.W.Brainard & Co.s Waltzes and polkas, no.4) --
Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co, 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.
; Boston, Oliver Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 582-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Marcailhou, G.
Indiana waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 953-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: New edition.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops. c.2 incomplete.

Marcailhou, G.
Indiana waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 693-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.125.

Maretzek, Max.
Tip top polka. -- Philadelphia, : Edward L. Walker ; Baltimore, Wm. C.
Peters ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Charleston, Geo. Oates., 1850.
11 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: Tip top Polka.11.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Amelie Arpin. Fourth edition.
Shelf no.: v.100, p.209.

Marquis, Emanuel.
Dream life waltz. -- Greencastle Ind. : R. Dobbins ; Louisville, D.P.
Faulds, 1857.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Lizzie Worster.
Shelf no.: v.78, p.77.

Marzials, Theo.
Three sailor lads. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, 161 Fourth Ave.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Marzials, Theo.
First line: Oh we're three jolly, jolly sailor lads.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Santley. To Josie B. Sanders". On cover ; publisher's
stamp dated 1880.
Shelf no.: LS.

Mason, E.W.
Mavourneen Machree, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St.
; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Fagan, F.W., engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Ablamowicz, Anna.
First line: Oh! sad is my heart.
Notes: To Madame Anna Ablamowicz.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.113.

Mattei, Tito.
He comes no more. (Concert songs by foreign writers). Non torno. --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave., 1877.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3029-7.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Italian songs.
Lyricist: C.C. Haskins. English words.
First line: Alone! deserted and lonely.
Notes: Italian & English words.
Shelf no.: LS.

Matthias, Chr.
Bear gently, so gently, the roughly made bier. "Burial at camp", a
touching ballad. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 310 Jefferson St., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 21-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Lyricist: Mitchell, E.A.B., Mrs.
First line: Bear gently, so gently.
Notes: To Miss Maria Still.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.115.

Matthias, Chr.
Chant of the night wind. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 91 West
Jefferson St., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 43-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ernst, Cin., engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Maynard, Walter.
My last thoughts are of thee. (Songs and ballads of Miss Catharine
Hayes, no.4). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Nashville, Jas. Doggous ;.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 427-4.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed on tint of Miss Hayes.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, lith., N.Y., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Churchill.
First line: Breathing a pray'r for thee.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.1.

McCann, Joseph H.
I have lov'd thee dearly lov'd thee. -- Cincinnati : Peters & Field ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; New York, Firth, Hall & Pond., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 134.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slingland [sic] J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano, or guitar.
Subject: Guitar songs.
Lyricist: McCann, Joseph H.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: I have lov'd thee, dearly lov'd thee.
Shelf no.: v.81, p.269 ; v.107, p.107.

McCann, Joseph H.
Mother dear! Ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters ; Louisville Peters &
Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1135.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: McCann, Joseph H.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: Oft thou hast told me.
Notes: To Miss E. Closey. "Written and partly composed by Joseph H. McCann".
Shelf no.: v.39, p.179; v.81, p.173.

McCann, Joseph H.
Mother dear! Ballad. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters &
Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1140.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: Oft thou has told me.
Notes: "Arranged for and respectully inscribed to Miss E. Closey".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

McCullough, E.B., Miss.
We may not meet again. -- Louisville : Wm. C. Peters ; Cincinnati, H.
Peters, 1845.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 89.
Illustrations: lith. cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Rowse, J.B.,lith., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Piatt, Donn.
First line: We may not meet again.
Notes: To Mrs. N.C. Read, of Cincinnati.
Shelf no.: v.12, p.63 ; PS.

McDonald, A.T.
Three waltzes, in imitation of a musical snuff box. Musical snuff box
waltzes. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 98.3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.97.

McDonald, A.T.
Waltzes, three, in imitation of a musical snuff box. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 60-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.191.

McNaughton, J.H.
Katy mine. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St. ; Buffalo,
Sage & Son ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 356-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: McNaughton, J.H.
First line: Katy mine.
Shelf no.: LS.

McPhee, H.
Fayette galop. -- Louisville : Tripp & Linton, 118 Main St., 1872.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: cover single color lith. design.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.219.

McQuown, W.R.
I knew her heart in silence wept. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 70 Main
St., 1867.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1477-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Fulkerson, A.
First line: She had no sadness on her brow.
Notes: "Respectfully dedicated to Mrs. Alice McClure Griffin".
Shelf no.: LS.

Meininger, Julius C.
Come in. Orphanage. -- Louisville : Tripp & Linton, 118 Main Street,
1872.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. with three vignettes.
Lithographer/Engraver: Heger, J., del., cover ; Louisville Steam Lith. Co.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Linton, G.W., Mrs.
First line: Come in, thou sad and homeless one.
Notes: To Mrs. William C. Bullitt, Ox Moor.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.181.

Meininger, Julius C.
Could I live my life again! -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati,
A.C. Peters & Bro. ; Terre Haute, E.A. Chess ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.,
1864.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Long, Thomas B.
First line: Ah, could I live my life again.
Notes: To "My Mother".
Shelf no.: v.105, p.27.

Meininger, Julius C.
Guide us holy spirit. -- Louisville : Tripp & Linton, 1871.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
Lyricist: W.
First line: Guide us holy spirit.
Notes: To Miss Jennie Wright.
Shelf no.: LS.

Meininger, Julius C.
I love thee still. -- Louisville : McCarrell & Meininger, 9l West
Jefferson St., 1866.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 50-4 and v.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed on tint ; O. Starck, artist.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro., lith., Louisville, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Long, Thomas B.
First line: I love thee still!.
Notes: To Miss Cornelia Bending. "As sung by Madm. C.V. Hoffman".
Shelf no.: v.88, p.75.

Meininger, Julius C.
I think of thee, dear Mandaline! -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 310
Jefferson St. ; Cincinnati, A.C. Peters & Bro. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.,
1863.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 14-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro., print., cover ;Slinglandt, J., engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Long, Thomas B.
First line: I think of thee, dear Mandaline.
Notes: To Miss Mandaline Madison, Terre Haute, Ind.
Shelf no.: LS.

Meininger, Julius C.
I would not such a heart retain. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 310
Jefferson St., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 17-4.
Illustrations: cover lithograph printed on tint.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Wood, John.
First line: I give thee back again.
Notes: "Ballad as sung by, J.H. McCann".
Shelf no.: LS.

Meininger, Julius C.
I'll not forget thee, mother. Beautiful ballad. -- Louisville :
McCarrell & Meininger, 91 West Jefferson St., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 37-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Performing groups.
Lyricist: Manahan, Thomas.
First line: I'm going far away from thee.
Notes: To Misses Katie and Mary Watkins, Owensboro, Ky. "As sung with great
success by Arlington, Kelly & Leon's Minstrels".
Shelf no.: v.88, p.27.

Meininger, Julius C.
In every star some love doth beam. Good night! good night! Serenade. --
Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro. ; St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3997. 5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Butler, C.C.
First line: Good night, dearest, good night!.
Notes: To my friend Eddie Bauer, of Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: HS.

Meininger, Julius C.
In memory of the Confederate dead. Requiem. -- Louisville : McCarrell &
Meininger, 91 West Jefferson St., 1866.
9 p. of music ; 37 cm.
Pl. no.: 45-7 & V.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed on tint Bennett, Donaldson & Elmes,
Cincinnat.
Lithographer/Engraver: L. & Co., Philadelphia, electrotyped, music Johnson.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Civil War. Confederate.
Shelf no.: LP.

Meininger, Julius C.
Loving eyes. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 91 W. Jefferson St., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 39-V&3.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr.,music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Long, Thomas B.
First line: Loving eyes are on me beaming.
Notes: To mon ami Mons. P. Larroude, New York. Copyright McCarrell &
Meininger.
Shelf no.: LS.
906.1. Meininger, Julius C.
Say you love me, little Nell. -- Louisville : Tripp & Linton, no.118
Main St., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballad.
Lyricist: Albaugh, J.W.
First line: Say you love me, little Nell.
Notes: To Miss Katie B. Hopkins. c1870 by Louis Tripp, in the Office of the
Librarian of Congress at Washington.
Shelf no.: LS.

Meininger, Julius C.
Sleep my darling, thou art weary. A mother's lullaby. -- Louisville :
McCarrell & Meininger, 310 Jefferson St., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 30-3-V.
Illustrations: cover lith., G., J., artist.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., cover ; J. Slingerlandt,
engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dickens, Charles.
First line: Hush, I cannot bear to see thee.
Notes: To my friend, Chas. L. Ward.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.39.

Meininger, Julius C.
Smiling eyes. (Boquet of beautiful pieces). -- Louisville : Louis Tripp,
1870.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Moore, Thom.
First line: Whene'er I see those smiling eyes.
Notes: To Miss Anna Benninghaus, of Wheeling, West Va., by E.Y.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.239.

Meininger, Julius C.
Sweet and fair. (Boquet of beautiful pieces). -- Louisville : Louis
Tripp, 1870.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Oh, sweet and fair!.
Notes: To J.W. Parson Price.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.243.

Meininger, Julius C.
Wehli mazurka. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, 118 Main St., 1871.
9 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: To Albert Weber, Esq., New York.
Shelf no.: v.119, p.193.

Meininger, Julius C.
Why do I weep beside thy grave? -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro. ;
St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 4022.3.
Illustrations: Cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Donaldson & Elmes, lith.,Cin.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Lyricist: Long, Thomas B.
First line: Why do I weep beside thy grave?.
Notes: "Respectfully inscribed to Mrs. C.M. Topping".
Shelf no.: v.50, p,l47.

Meininger, Julius C.
Winona polka. -- Louisville : Meininger & Co., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1-5.
Illustrations: cover single color lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro.,lith., cover ; J. Slingerlandt, engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To my sister, Miss Clara Madison.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.175.

Mendelssohn.
First violet. Das erste Veilchen. (Choice foreign songs). -- New Albany,
Ind. : Ohio Falls Music Co.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 898 4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Powell, Walter,[English].
First line: When the first violet.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.8, p.175.

Mendelssohn.
In His hands are all the corners of the earth. 95th Psalm, Come let us
sing. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S.
Brainard & Co. ; Boston, O. Ditson.
8 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 364-8.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Sacred songs. Duets.
First line: In his hands are all the corners of the earth.
Shelf no.: v.62, p.445.

Mendelssohn.
Remembrance. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Memphis & Nashville,
J.A. McClure ; Indianapolis, Willard & Stowell ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.,
1859.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1112-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bronte, Emily.
Arranger: Kirk, Lizzie.
First line: Cold in the grave.
Notes: To Miss Mary Hegan.
Shelf no.: v.112, p.11.

Mendelssohn.
Sub Tuum, (O Holy Father). Song of spring. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp,
118 Main St., 1871.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano or organ.
Subject: Church music.
Arranger: Zoeller, George.
First line: Sub tuum praesidium.
Notes: To Mrs. Isaac Caldwell, Louisville, Ky. English & Latin words.
Shelf no.: LS.

Mendelssohn.
Wedding march. (European echoes). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70
Main St.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1917-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: [Piano].
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: LP.
917.1. Mendelssohn.
Wedding march, from Shakspeare's Midsummer night's dream. -- Boston :
Oliver Ditson ; N.York, Gould & Berry ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; N.Orleans,
H.D. Hewitt ; Louisville, G.W.Brainard & Co. ; Boston, C.C.Clapp & Co.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2653.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: LP.

Mendelssohn.
Wedding march, from "Midsummer nights dream", op.61. (Album of classic
music, no.4). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Cincinnati, W.F. Colburn ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1429-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; D.C. Driscoll, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.125, p.271.

Merz, Karl.
Deliciosa polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ; Cincinnati,
W.C. Peters & Sons ; New Orleans, H.D. Hewitt.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 743-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.37 ; v.123, p.123.

Merz, Karl.
Leonore, or Deliciosa, polka. Bouquet de bal, no.6. -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ;
New York, Horace Waters ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1842-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.50, p.95.

Merz, Karl.
Loving eyes, transcription for piano. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell, 161
Fourth St., 1869.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 101-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Swain, G.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Miss Hannah Martin, Lancaster, Pa.
Shelf no.: LP.

Messemer, Joseph.
Le Postillion. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co. ; New York, Firth, Hall
& Pond.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 81-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Eliza McCrum".
Shelf no.: PS.

Messemer, Joseph.
La Belle de Louisville. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Tone, R.W., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss L. Ward.
Shelf no.: v.79,p.157.

Metcalfe, John A.
I've no mother, now I'm weeping, with brilliant variations. --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1870.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1774-9.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To my wife, Mrs. Fannie E. Metcalfe.
Shelf no.: v.35, p.287.

Metcalfe, John A.
Kris Kringle polka. (Children's delights, no.l). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1766-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Six pieces carefully fingered for beginners".
Shelf no.: v.98, p.165.

Metcalfe, John A.
Why must we part. -- Louisville : D.P., no.70 Main St. Faulds, 1867.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1482-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Why must we part.
Notes: "To Miss M.A. Jones, Jackson, Tenn.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Metz, Julius.
My own fireside. -- New York : Cook & Brother ; Louisville Faulds, Stone
& Morse ; St.Louis, Fritz & Dealeth, 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Birch, T. & Son, 294 Bowery, music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: I love thee more.
Notes: To Dr. Benjamin Brandreth.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.239.

Meyer, Leopold de.
Carneval de Venise, varie pour le piano -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 245-10 (10-245).
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Arranger: Beyer, Ferd.
Shelf no.: PS.

Meyer, Leopold de.
Carneval de Venise. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati Peters
& Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
11 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 243-10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Arranger: Beyer, Ferd.
Shelf no.: LP.

[Meyerbeer].
Ah, my child. (Ah mon fils). (Songs and ballads sung by Miss Catherine
Hayes, no.l). -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2637.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Catharine Hayes.
Lithographer/Engraver: Bufford, J.H., lith., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Ah! my child.
Notes: English, French & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.51.

Meyerbeer.
Vale of rest. (Repertoire de Mlle. Jetty Treffz, no.6) -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 761-5.
Illustrations: lith. cover printed on tint of Mlle. Jetty Treffz.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, lith., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr.
pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Beneath the shade.
Shelf no.: PS ; v.59, p.249.

Meyerbeer.
Vale of rest, arranged as a solo or duett. "Huguenots". (Operatic gems,
no.12). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2079-4 ; cover, no.2067.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., Cin., cover.
Medium: Voice or duet, & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Beneath the shade.
Notes: English & French words.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.39.

Meyerbeer.
Vale of rest. (Repertoire de Mlle. Jetty Treffz, no.6). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, Main St.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 761-5.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Jetty Treffz.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, lith., N.Y., cover ; Slinglandt, engr.
& pr.,music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Beneath the shade the flow'rs were sleeping.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.6 ; v.130, p.21.

Meyers, Arizona H.
Class '96 two-step. -- Louisville : J.P. Simmons Co., 1897.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: Class '96.T.S.3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Arranger: Kuehr, Juluis.
Notes: To my classmates. "Louisville Girls High School".
Shelf no.: LS.

Miller, John Curry.
Grand Columbia, a national song and chorus. -- Louisville : John Curry
Miller, 1875.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Patriotic songs.
First line: Grand Columbia, O mighty nation.
Shelf no.: v.73, p.375.

Milner.
When you and I were boys. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.223 Main St.,
1864.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1012-4.
Illustrations: cover printed with color.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Morris, George P.
First line: We were boys together.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.63.

Mirus, Hermann.
Cynthiana polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., 1850.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 108-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Fannie Pugh, of Cynthiana, Ky.".
Shelf no.: PS.

Miszner, J.C.
Carina polka. (Bouquet de bal, no.3). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons
; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; New York, Horace Waters., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1839-3 cover, 1836.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.285.

[Moore, Thomas].
Feast of roses. -- Cincinnati : Peters, Field & Co. ; Louisville, W.C.
Peters & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
Lyricist: Moore, Thomas.
First line: Now sunlight dies.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.87.

Moore, Thomas.
Origin of the harp, canzonett for one or two voices. -- Louisville :
W.C. Peters & Co., 507 Main St. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 638.
Medium: Voice or duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
First line: 'Tis believed that this harp.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.85.

Moore, Thomas.
Origin of the harp, canzonett. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, & Co.
4 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 855.4.
Medium: Voice, or duet, & piano or harp.
Subject: Duet.
First line: 'Tis believd that this harp.
Shelf no.: LS.

Moore, Thomas.
Romaika, from Moore's Evenings in Greece. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard,
Fourth St.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 204=2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Moore.
First line: When the balaika is heard.
Shelf no.: LS.

Moore, Thomas.
They tell me thour't the favoured guest. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 395-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wood, O., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: They tell me thour't the favour'd guest.
Notes: Part translation of some Latin verses.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.91.

Moore, Thomas.
Those evening bells. Bells of St. Petersburg. -- Louisville : David P.
Faulds.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 22-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: Those ev'ning bells.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Nichols".
Shelf no.: LS.

Moran, P.K.
Swiss waltz, with variations for the harp or piano. -- Louisville :
David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 63-3.
Medium: Piano or harp.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.151.

Morris, Sam. V.
Maggie Mae. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; New York, William Hall &
Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2006-4.
Medium: Voice, with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Butler, C.C.
First line: Eight years ago, sweet Maggie Mae.
Notes: "To Miss Mollie Park".
Shelf no.: LS ; v.107, p.261.

Morse, Nathan C.
Billy Grimes, the drover. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 117
Fourth St. ; Cleveland, D. Brainard & Co ; Boston, Oliver Ditson., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 534-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Tomorrow morn.
Notes: Fifth edition. "To Miss Mattie Withers".
Shelf no.: LS ; v.42, p.39.

Morse, Nathan C.
I'm coming home. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 345-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Tucker, A., Rev.
First line: I'm coming home.
Notes: "To his mother by N.C. Morse".
Shelf no.: LS.

Morse, Nathan C.
Is it anybody's business, ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co.,
109 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Nashville, J.B. West., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 798.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Is it anybody's business.
Shelf no.: LS.

Mozart.
Go forget me why should sorrow. Air from Don Giovanni. -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1733-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Go forget me why should sorrow.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.145.

Mozart.
Magic flute, Overture. Standard overtures by classical composers. --
Louisville : David P. Faulds 539 Main St, successors to Peters Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Balmer & Weber, St. Louis.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 975-8 (230 previous).
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Shelf no.: LP.

Mozart.
Mozarts' favorite walz [sic] -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
1 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.285.

Mozart.
Ne'er think I can deceive thee. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard, 117
Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Pittsburgh, John H. Mellor., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 501-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney.
First line: Ne'er think I can deceive thee.
Shelf no.: LS.

Mozart.
Sweet is the thought, the promise sweet, a sacred duetto. -- Baltimore :
G. Willig Jr., 1845.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1930.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Arranger: Peters, W. C.
First line: Sweet is the thought.
Notes: "Respectfully dedicated to the Misses Clayland".
Shelf no.: Peters' works; c.2, LS.

Muller, Carl.
Opera grand march. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville,
Tripp & Cragg ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; New York, W. Hall & Son ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1858.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3030.4.
Illustrations: colored lith. of Pike Opera House.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott & Forbriger, lith., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Pike's Opera House. Marches.
Notes: To S.N. Pike.
Shelf no.: v.96, p.1.

Muller, F.
Gen. McClellan's grand march. Arranged from Donizetti. -- Cincinnati :
A.C. Peters & Bro., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3367.3.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Gen. McClellan.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co., Cincinnati, lith.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Shelf no.: v.93, p.299.

Muller, Julius E.
Bachelor's dream, op.177 -- Louisville : James H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St.,
1872.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Armstrong, J.M., typographer, Philadelphia, music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: c1872 by W.F. Shaw.
Shelf no.: LP.

Munoz, Julian.
Golden wedding ring. Ballad. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; New
York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Albany, N.Y., J.H. Hidley ; Baltimore, H. McCaffray.,
1859.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1142-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Perine [sic.], engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Massey, G.
First line: With a white hand like a lady.
Notes: To Miss Linda Hill.
Shelf no.: v.89, p.354.

Munoz, Julian.
Re'veries sur l'eau, barcarolle. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2010-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: French songs.
Lyricist: R., A., Mr.
First line: Ami, lorsque le soir.
Notes: To Alfred Roman. French words.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.233.

Munoz, Julian.
Wert thou my own sweet bride. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; New
York, William Hall & Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz, 1857.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1091-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Crutcher, Jno. A.
First line: Wert thou my own sweet bride.
Notes: To Miss Jacque Page.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.49.

Musard.
Baden Baden polka, pas Bohemian. -- Cincinnati : Peters & Field ;
Louisville Peters & Webster ; New York, Firth, Hall & Pond.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 125.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.301.

N., P.R.
She sung of love. -- Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co., Fourth St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1855.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 860.5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Moore, Tom.
First line: She sung of Love.
Notes: To Mrs. Geo. D. Prentice.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.203.

Nash, J.P.
All around and all above thee Maiden fair. -- Louisville : Peters &
Webb, 1848.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1288.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cosy, F.
Arranger: Peters, H.J.
First line: All around and all above thee.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Sallie Ward".
Shelf no.: PS.

Nash, J.P.
When others tell thee of their love, or Remember me. -- Louisville :
Peters & Webb, 1848.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1281.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cosby, R.T.
First line: When others tell thee of their love.
Notes: To Miss Olivia I. Blanchard.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.99.

Nebauer.
Swiss herdsman. (Collection of popular melodies, no.10) -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters &
Sons.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1634-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: PS.

Needham, W.L.
Back in the sweet long ago, descriptive song. -- Louisville : Hitchcock
& Needham., 1895.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Needham, W.L.
First line: Tell me, kind lady.
Notes: To my Mother.
Shelf no.: v.116, p.13.

Nelson, S.
Bride, a ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 16-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Jefferys, C.
First line: Oh! take her but be faithful still.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.95.

Nelson, S.
Strike the harp in praise of God. (Sacred songs, no.2). -- Cincinnati, :
W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall &
Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2667-3.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
Lyricist: Jefferys, C.
First line: Strike! strike the harp.
Shelf no.: PS.

Newland, R.A.
Valse caprice, op.7. -- Louisville : Keyes-Gallrein Music Co., 1889.
9 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltz.
Arranger: Sprankle, W.S.
Notes: To Miss Anna McKenzie, Indianapolis, Ind.
Shelf no.: LP.

Noeren, J.M.
Midnight march. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons, 1859.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3074.4.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott & Forbriger, lith., Cinncinati, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To the Sons of Malta.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.259.

Norton, Mrs.
Fairy bells, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters & Co.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 330-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I dreamt 'twas but a dream.
Shelf no.: PS ; v.82, p.179.

Norton, Mrs.
I do not love thee, ballad. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati,
Peters, Field & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1158.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Norton, Mrs.
First line: I do not love thee.
Notes: "Dedicated to the Countess of Jersey".
Shelf no.: PS.

Norton, Mrs.
Juanita, a Spanish ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ;
Louisville Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2652-4.
Medium: Voice or duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Arranger: Morton, T.
First line: Soft o'er the fountain.
Shelf no.: v.28, p.117.

Norton, Mrs.
Juanita, a Spanish ballad. (Salon and opera). -- St.Louis : Balmer &
Weber ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice or duet, with piano.
First line: Soft o'er the fountain.
Shelf no.: LS.

[Norton, Mrs.].
Fanny Gray, a ballad of real life. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 296-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wood, O., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Well, well, sir so, youre come at last!.
Notes: "Written & composed for the Hon. Mrs. Norton".
Shelf no.: LS.

Nourse, Solon.
Do ye think of the days that are gone Jeanie. -- Cincinnati : Truax &
Baldwin ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds & co. ; Boston, O. Ditson & Co., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Do ye think of the days that are gone, Jeanie.
Notes: To the young ladies of the Cincinnati Female Seminary.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.129.

Nourse, Solon.
Fannie Lemoine -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters,
Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall Son, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2622-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cutter, G.W.
First line: Oh! Fannie Lemoine.
Notes: To L.L. McGibbons, esq. "As sung by John Farrenberg".
Shelf no.: v.57, p.253.

Nourse, Solon.
Last words of Emmet. (W.C. Peters & Sons' ballads, arranged for the
guitar, no.6). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb &
Co. ; New York, William Hall & Son, 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1948-3.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & guitar.
Subject: Guitar songs. Irish songs.
Lyricist: Dufour, A.L.R., Mrs.
First line: When Erin shall stand.
Notes: To Miss Emily Gay.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.122.

Nourse, Solon.
O carry me home to die, a beautiful ballad with song and chorus. --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Detroit,
H.D. Sofge ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2344-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: O carry me back to my childhood's home.
Notes: To Miss Isabella R. Bailey.
Shelf no.: PS.

Oesten, Theodore.
Le carnaval de Venise, avec X. Metamorphoses. Op.37. Capricietto
brilliante. Southern album, no.5. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, 109 Fourth St.
; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 540.8.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.3, p.187.

Oesten, Theodore.
Fairy's story. (Musical stories, no.3). Op.73. -- New York : Firth, Pond
& Co. ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3030.
Lithographer/Engraver: Rosalla, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.22, p.319.

Oesten, Theodore.
Galop di bravura. (Album du pianist, no.10). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters
& Sons ; Louisville Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2763-7 cover, 2718.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Shelf no.: v.65, p.63.

Oesten, Theodore.
Love in May. Maienliebe. (European echoes). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.165 4th Ave.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1745-7.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.91, p.163.

Oesten, Theodore.
Lover's call, op.100. (Sounds of love, no.4. Second series). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer
& Weber.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2895.7. cover,2891.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.65, p.181.

Oesten, Theodore.
Pensez a moi. (Album du pianist, no.1). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2718 t.p. ; 2286-6 music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.133, p.91.

Oesten, Theodore.
Story of the heart. (Musical stories, no.2). Op.73. -- New York : Firth,
Pond & Co. ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3018.
Lithographer/Engraver: Rosalla, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.22, p.309.

Opl, Joseph K.
Then you'll remember me, with brilliant variations. -- Louisville :
Webb, Peters & Co., Fourth St., 1855.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 454-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Miss Sallie Adams.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.157.

Osborne, G.A.
Dew of evening. La rose'e du soir. Grand valse brilliante. Op.90. --
Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ;
Boston, O. Ditson ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 367-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.95, p.79.

Osborne, G.A.
Pluie de perles, valse brillante. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Osborne, G.A.
La Pluie de perles, valse brillante. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds,
Main St. ; Baltimore, H. McCaffrey ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 747-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Fagan, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.20, p.69 ; v.130, p.297.

Osbourn, J.G.
Washingtons quick step. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, 539 Main St.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 438-1 Book 4, no.2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Notes: With: Washington grand march.
Shelf no.: LP.

Owen, Walter.
Carline waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1867.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1501-4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Stark, O. artist, Berman & Bro., Louisville ;
Slinglandt, J.,music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Dance costumes.
Notes: To Miss Fannie Davenport. Otto Starck, artist, cover lith.
Shelf no.: LP.

Owen, Walter.
Galt House waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1869.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1612-6.
Illustrations: cover colored lith. of Galt House.
Lithographer/Engraver: Whitestone, H., art.,Hart & Mapother, lith.
;Slinglandt,J., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes. Galt House.
Notes: Publisher's catalog, back cover.
Shelf no.: v.84, p.182.

Pacher, J.A.
Austrian song, op.69. (J.A. Pacher's select compositions, no.l). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1926-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.114, p.115.

Pacher, J.A.
Normandy song. Op.69. (J.A. Pacher's select compositions, no.2). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1946-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.114, p.107.

Pacher, J.A.
Swiss song, op.69. (J.A. Pacher's select compositions, no.3). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1947-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.114, p.99.

Paganini.
Andante amoroso. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds
& Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman, 1859.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4326.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Paganini.
Arranger: Wallace, William Vincent.
Notes: "Written from memory by Mr. W.V. Wallace, after having heard it
performed by the author, in his last concerts".
Shelf no.: v.70, p.239.

Panormo, F.
Bird waltz, arranged for the harp or piano forte. -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 355-3.
Medium: Harp or piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.253 ; PS.

Panormo, F.
Bird waltz. -- Cincinnati : W. C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 556.
Medium: Harp or piano.
Shelf no.: v.50, p.55.

Panormo, F.
Bird waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 781-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Pape, Willie.
Believe me if all those endearing young charms & Garry Owen,op.26
(Willie Pape's Irish diamonds, no.l). -- Louisville : Henry Knoefel.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1339-10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Irish songs.
Notes: Publisher stamped on cover.
Shelf no.: LP.

Parry, John.
Sweet vesper bells of Ancona. Ballad. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ;
Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2818.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Co., N.Y., lith., cover ;Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Parry, John.
First line: While fading daylight's parting gleam.
Shelf no.: LS.

Parry, John.
The Voice of her I love -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1672-2.
Medium: Voice & piano or harp.
First line: How sweet at close of silent eve.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Braham".
Shelf no.: v.16, p.23.

Paur, A.
Orpheus quadrilles. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 70 Main St., 1866.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1464-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Scharr & Bro., St.Louis, engr., cover ;Slinglandt, J.,
engr.,music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Singing Festival, 1866.
Notes: To the Ladies of Louisville in memory of the Singing Festival,
Louisville, July 25, '66.
Shelf no.: LP.

Pelton, J.M.
Farewell! Farewell! all thy sorrows now are oer. -- New York : Cook &
Brother ; Louisville, Faulds, Stone & Morse ; St.Louis, Fritz & Darleth.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Birch,T. & Son, 294 Bowery.
Medium: Voice or quartet, & piano.
First line: Farewell! Farewell! all thy sorrows now are o'er.
Notes: To members of the Choir of the Presbyterian Church in Middleton, N.Y.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.177.

Perriere, M. de la.
The Orphan. -- Louisville : Faulds, 539 Main St. ; Cincinnati, Colburn &
Field ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 879-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: French songs.
Lyricist: Butler, Noble ;English trans.
First line: O'er whelm'd with pain and woe.
Notes: To Mrs. Florence Coleman Joyce.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.183.

Perry, James.
Cheer boys, cheer, patriotic song. Song of the Union troops. -- Chicago
: D.P. Faulds, 54 Clark St. ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds., 1861.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1339-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War. Union.
First line: Cheer! boys, cheer!.
Notes: To Maj. Frank B. Ward, of the Anderson Cavalry. c1861 by D.P. Faulds,
in Ky.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.175.

Perry, James.
Will the New Year come to night, Mamma? -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223
Main St., 1864.
12 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1374 ; 1375 ; 1376.
Illustrations: lithographed cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Major & Knapp, lith., N.Y., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Eager, Cora.
First line: Will the New Year come to night, Mamma?.
Notes: "Dedicated to Alf. Burnett". Published in 3 parts. This edition
complete.
Shelf no.: LS, PP.

Persley, Geo. W.
Dearest sister how we miss thee. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth
Ave., 1877.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3047-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Cooper, Geo.
First line: Dearest sister how we miss thee.
Notes: "To Lou.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Peruzzi, A.
Spring and autumn. -- New York : John L. Peters, 599 Broadway ;
Brooklyn, J.L. Peters ; St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Co., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 6742-3.
Illustrations: Ehrgott & Krebs, lith., cover of Christine Nilsson.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Let me dream.
Shelf no.: v.9, p.1.

Pestal, Colonel.
Rest troubled heart. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1548-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Crawford, Mrs.
First line: Rest, thou troubled heart.
Shelf no.: v.81, p.215.

Pestal, Colonel.
Rest troubled heart. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 239-6.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Crawford, Mrs.
First line: Rest, thou troubled heart!.
Shelf no.: v.104, p.175.

Peters, Henry J.
Do you remember, dearest. -- Louisville, : H.J. Peters & Co., 1846.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cosby, F.
First line: Do you remember, dearest.
Notes: To Mrs. M. Dumesnil.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.187.

Peters, Henry J.
Gondola. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters., 1846.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Gondola glides, like a spririt of light.
Notes: To Miss C.F. Taylor.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.183.

Peters, Henry J.
I'll cling to thee. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Tone, R.W., engr. & pr.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Tharpe, L.R., Miss.
First line: Every flow'r that charms my eye.
Notes: To Miss Eloise Gwathmey.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.191.

Peters, Henry J.
I'll cling to thee. -- Louisville, : H.J. Peters & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Tone, R.W., engr. & pr.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Tharpe, L.R., Miss.
First line: Every flower that charms my eye.
Notes: To Miss Eloise Gwathmey.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.191.

Peters, Henry J.
Lilla love. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: O Lilla love meet me tonight.
Notes: To Miss C.W. Alston.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.209.

Peters, Henry J.
Lilla love. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: O Lilla love meet me tonight.
Notes: To Miss C.W. Alston.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.209.

Peters, Henry J.
Linden gallopade. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., 1848.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1296.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galopades.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Grace Vernon".
Shelf no.: PS.

Peters, Henry J.
Oh dost thou remember. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Sayers, Henry K., Lieut.
First line: Oh! dost thou remember.
Notes: To Miss H. Whiteman. Autograph of composer in pencil on cover.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.219.

Peters, Henry J.
Oh dost thou remember. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Sayers, Henry K., Lieut.
First line: Oh! dost thou remember.
Notes: To Miss H. Whiteman. Presentation copy autographed by H.J. Peters.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.219.

Peters, Henry J.
" You and I" -- Louisville, : H.J. Peters & Co., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Francis, J.
First line: What dearest! forgotten it all?.
Notes: To Miss Martha A. Burnly.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.203.

Peters, Henry J.
You and I. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Francis, J.
First line: What dearest! forgotten it all?.
Notes: To Miss Martha A. Burnly.
Shelf no.: v.79, p.203.

Peters, John L., ed.
Peters' musical monthly. Published monthly. -- New York : J.L. Peters,
599 Broadway.
p. of music ; 29 cm.
Subject: Periodicals.
Notes: Lib. has: 1873 bound vol.
Shelf no.: Historical periodicals, magazines.

Peters, W.C.
Ashland quadrilles. (W.C. Peters' collection of musical publications). -
- Louisville : W.C. Peters, 1845.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 76.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Clay.
Lithographer/Engraver: Campbell, T. or Thayer, lith. cover ; J. Slinglandt,
engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Clay, Henry. Quadrilles.
Notes: To the friends of the Hon. Henry Clay. cover c1844. Publisher's catalog
back cover.
Shelf no.: v.49, p.63.

Peters, W.C.
Bardstown waltz. -- New York : James L. Hewitt.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss E. Huie.
Shelf no.: v.102, p.69.

Peters, W.C.
Bonaparte's imperial march. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters., 1843.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 24.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Miss Emily Elder.
Shelf no.: v.85, p.159 ; v.120, p.107 [no pl. no.].

Peters, W.C.
Cedar grove waltz. (Collection of admired airs, four hands, no.14). --
New York : Firth, Hall & Pond's, 1845.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3852.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Arranger: Getze, J.A.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
Come to the sunset tree. Evening song of the Tyrolese peasants. -- New
York: Hewitt, 137 Broadway.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Hemans, Mrs.
First line: Come to the sunset tree.
Shelf no.: v.135, p.35.

Peters, W.C.
Corncrackers, a sett of quadrilles. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters ; New
York, Hewitt & Co., 1843.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quadrilles.
Notes: To Miss Eliza Lovell. Contents:no.l.The corncrackers. no.2.Old rosin
the bow. no.3.Miss Foote. no.4.Zenith. no.5.Jenny get your hoe cake done.
Shelf no.: v.85, p.59.

Peters, W.C.
Crown waltz, in which is introduced the favorite air, "Dunbartons bonny
Belle". Dumbartons bonny Belle. -- New York: Firth, Hall & Pond, 1839.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Composed for Miss Julia Drake". c1839 by W.C.Peters in Kentucky.
Shelf no.: v.135, p.155.

Peters, W.C.
Danville waltz, in which is introduced The blue Moselle. -- New York :
Hewitt & Jaques, 1838.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: c1838 by W.C. Peters, Ky. "Composed & arranged for Miss Eliza Stewart".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Eclectic piano-forte school, arranged from the works of the best
European composers. Peters' eclectic pianoforte instructor. -- New York : J.L.
Peters.
160 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Notes: One hundredth edition, with appendix.
Shelf no.: Peters' works. 2 cops.

Peters, W.C.
Eclectic piano-forte school, arranged from the works of the best
European composers. With selections from popular American authors. -- Boston :
Oliver Ditson ; New York, C.H. Ditson & Co ; Chicago, Lyon & Healy ;
Philadelphia, J.E. Ditson & Co., 1883.
159,[13] p. of music ; 32 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Notes: c1855 by W.C. Peters & Sons in Ohio ; c1883 by J.L. Peters. "One
hundreth edition, with appendix", on cover.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Eclectic piano-forte school. Arranged from the works of the best
European composers. With selections from popular American authors. --
Cincinnati : A.C. & J.L. Peters., 1855.
160 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Notes: c1855 by W.C. Peters & Sons in Ohio. "Fiftieth edition, with Appendix",
on cover. Testimonials, front and back inside covers.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Fair penitent, a Tyrolese air, with variations. -- Philadelphia : George
Willig.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 772.
Lithographer/Engraver: Moland, W., artist, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: Peters' Works.

Peters, W.C.
Fair penitent, a Tyrolese air, with variations. -- Philadelphia : Ld.
Meignen & Co.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 772.
Lithographer/Engraver: Moland, W., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Elizabeth Varnum".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Greek march, in which is introduced an original Greek air. -- New York :
Wm. Hall & Son, 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4284.
Lithographer/Engraver: Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Miss Elizabeth Lucket. New edition.
Shelf no.: Peters' Works.


Peters, W.C.
Greek march, in which is introduced an original Greek air. -- New York :
William Hall & Son, 1840.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2089.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Elizabeth Lucket". c1840 by Hewitt & Jaques.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Greek march. (Firth, Pond & Co's duetts for two performers, no.23 -- New
York : Firth, Pond & Co., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3854.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., music.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Arranger: Getze, J.A.
Shelf no.: v.26, p.249.

Peters, W.C.
Grey eagle cottilions. -- New York : Hewitt & Jaques., 1840.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To the Misses Shalcross. Contents:no.l.Grey eagle-Scotch
air.-no.2.Wagner-Virginia reel.-no.3.Oakland cotillion-Kentucky air.
Shelf no.: v.83, p.45.

Peters, W.C.
Grey eagle cottilions. -- New York : William Hall & Son, 1840.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2763.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Dances.
Notes: To the Misses Shalcross. No.l.Grey eagle ; Scotch air. no.2. Wagner ;
Virginia reel. no.3. Oakland cotillion ; Kentucky air.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.313.

Peters, W.C.
Had I met thee in thy beauty, ballad. Adapted to a beautiful Italian air
by Vaccay. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters & Co., 1845.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 94.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J.,engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Byron.
Arranger: Peters, W. C.
First line: Had I met thee in thy beauty.
Notes: "Respectfully inscribed to Miss R. Huyler, by her sincere friend, W.C.
Peters".
Shelf no.: Peters' works ; v.12, p.41.

[Peters, W.C.] Cumming, William.
Had I never known thee. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; New York, W.C. Peters, 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1379-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Singers.
First line: Had I never, never known thee.
Notes: "Inscribed to Miss Mary B. Talbott". "As sung by Madame Ablamowicz".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Peters, W.C.] Cumming, William.
Had I never, never known thee, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; New York, W.C. Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1379-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Singers.
First line: Had I never, never known thee.
Notes: To Miss Mary B. Talbott.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.91 ; v.105, p.33.

[Peters, W.C.] Cumming, William.
Had I never, never known thee. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters & Field ; New York, W.C. Peters, 1849.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 143-3 & T.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Subject: Guitar songs. Singers.
First line: Had I never, never known thee.
Notes: To Miss Mary B. Talbott. "As sung by Madame Ablamowicz".
Shelf no.: GH.

Peters, W.C.
Here's a health to thee Tom Breese. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ; New
Orleans, W.T. Mayo, 1837.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Drake, J.G.
First line: Here's a health to thee Tom Breese.
Notes: To Dr. L. Dillingham. Second edition. "Poetry and melody, J.G. Drake".
Shelf no.: v.66, p.27.

Peters, W.C.
I love thee dear Erin, ballad. Erin. -- New York : Firth, Hall & Pond ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Louisville, Peters & Webster, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4200.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Irish songs. Ballads.
Lyricist: Watson, H.F.
First line: I love thee, dear Erin.
Notes: "Inscribed to Miss A. L. Walker".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
I never have lov'd thee, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters & Co, 1842.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Amelia.
First line: I never have lov'd thee.
Notes: "Dedicated to Mrs. S. Dillingham". "For sale at Dellingers,
Cincinnati", cover.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
I never have loved thee, a favorite ballad. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co., 1843.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 13.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Amelia.
First line: I never have lov'd thee.
Notes: "Dedicated to Mrs. S. Dillingham". Second edition. c1843 by W.C. Peters
in Ky.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
I would not be forgot, the melody by Mozart. -- New York : Hewitt &
Jaques, 1839.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballad.
First line: "Forget me not" I'm thine forever.
Notes: To Miss Harriet Bland. c1839 by W.C. Peters in Ky.
Shelf no.: Peters' Works.

Peters, W.C.
I've a sweetheart by the Rhine. Tyrolerlied. Sweetheart everywhere. --
Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro. ; St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3983 5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dexter, Charles.
First line: I've a sweetheart by the Rhine.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Peters, W.C.] Cumming, William.
Lauterbacher waltz. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ; Cincinnati
Peters, Field & Co., 1847.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1166.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Ellen Wingate.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.289.

Peters, W.C.
Let me kiss him for his mother. -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro., 94
West Fourth St. Successors to W.C. Peters & Sons. ; St.Louis, J.L.Peters &
Bro., 1859.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Illustrations: Cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ehrgott, Forbriger & Co. Lith.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Fosdick, W. W.
First line: A youth lay dead, untended.
Notes: Lithographed cover. cl859 W.C. Peters & Sons. "To J. C. Barlow, Esq.".
Shelf no.: v.50, p.173 ; v.57, p.121.

Peters, W.C.
Louisville gallopade. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1653-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L. W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galopades.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Mary Mitchel".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Louisville march and quick step. -- Louisville : W. C. Peters.
p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 38.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: "New arrangement". "Dedicated to Mrs. A. Bowen".
Shelf no.: v.135, p.127, c.2; Peters' works.
1056.1. [Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
Louisville march and quick step. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 35.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: "Composed for and dedicated to Mrs. A.Bowen".
Shelf no.: PS.
1056.2. Peters, W.C.
Louisville march and quick step. New arrangement composed and arranged
for the piano forte. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 38.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Shelf no.: Peters' Works.

Peters, W.C.
Louisville march and quick step. -- Philadelphia : G.E. Blake.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: To Mrs. A. Bowen.
Shelf no.: v.102, p.91.

[Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
Louisville march & quick step. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co.
p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2120.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: Incomplete copy. "Dedicated to Mrs. A. Bowen".
Shelf no.: Peter' works ; v.66, p.101.

[Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
Louisville march & quick step. -- Philadelphia : A. Fiot.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 606.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: To Mrs. A. Bowen.
Shelf no.: v.85, p.155.

[Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
Louisville march and quick step. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 56.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: "Dedicated to Mrs. A. Bowen".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
Louisville march and quick step. -- Boston : C. Bradlee.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: "Dedicated to Mrs. A. Bowen".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
Louisville march and quick step. -- New York : Hewitt.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: To Mrs. A. Bowen.
Shelf no.: Peters' Works.

[Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
Louisville march and quick step. -- New York : Firth & Hall.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Notes: To Mrs. A. Bowen.
Shelf no.: Peters' Works.

[Peters, W.C.].
Louisville march & quick step, arranged for the piano forte. --
Baltimore : Carusi, Saml.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 352.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick steps.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.5.

Peters, W.C.
Louisville waltz. -- New York : James L. Hewitt, 1835.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Dedicated to Mrs. Atkinson. Composed for the piano forte or harp".
Shelf no.: Peters' works ; v.121, p.143.

[Peters, W.C.]Cumming, William.
Love thee dearest. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters, Field & Co., 1848.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1238.

Peters, W.C.
March of the Louisville Guards. -- Louisville : W. C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: "Composed for & dedicated to Miss Susan Thompson".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
March of the Louisville Guards. -- New York : Hewitt & Jaques, 1839.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Miss Susan Thompson.
Shelf no.: v.113, p.135.

Peters, W.C.
Mass in D, for 3 or 4 voices. -- Baltimore : George Willig & Co. ; St.
Louis, J.L. Peters, 1875.
32 p. of music ; 28 cm.
Medium: Mixed voices, with piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Kyrie.
Notes: New edition. "This Mass was originally written for three voices,
Soprano, tenor and bass ; to which an alto has been added".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Nashville march. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters, 1843.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Miss Lucy Cutter.
Shelf no.: v.49, p.190.

Peters, W.C.
Natalie, the maid of the mill. Bohemian melody. Maid of the mill.
Natilie. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co., 1844.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 66.
Illustrations: cover lith., c.2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Campbell, T. or Thayer, lith., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Down the stream, as cheerily.
Notes: Third edition. "As sung by Mrs. Webster. Arranged for and respectfully
dedicated to Mrs. Geo. D. Prentice". c1844 by W.C.Peters in Ky.
Shelf no.: Peters' works ;v.106, p.13 [with lith.].

Peters, W.C.
Nazareth gallopade quadrille. -- New York : William Hall & Son, 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 87.
Lithographer/Engraver: o'---.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galopades.
Notes: "Arranged for and dedicated to Miss Clara Bowen".
Shelf no.: Peters works.

Peters, W.C.
O come love and dwell forever with me. -- New York : Hewitt & Jaques,
1839.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Coppuck, Miss Amelia B.
First line: O come love and dwell forever with me.
Notes: "As sung by Mrs. Bailey. Dedicated to Miss Eliza D. Pettet. The subject
from BERAT".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
O doubt not. -- New York : Firth, Hall & Pond, 1833.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: O doubt not.
Notes: c1833 by J.L. Hewitt. 10th edition.
Shelf no.: v.52, p,197.

Peters, W.C.
O doubt not. -- New York : Hewitt & Jaques, 1833.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: O doubt not.
Notes: c1833 by J.L. Hewitt. Second edition.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
O praise the Lord in that blest place, anthem. -- Louisville : W.C.
Peters.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Chorus & piano, or organ.
Subject: Sacred music.
Notes: Incomplete copy. To Mrs. Julia Griswold.
Shelf no.: v.69, p.1.

Peters, W.C.
Oh! lull me, lull me charming air, a glee. -- Philadelphia : Ld. Meignen
& Co.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 765.
Lithographer/Engraver: Moland, W., engr., cover.
Medium: Chorus & piano.
Subject: Glees.
Lyricist: Wharton, Doctor.
First line: Oh! lull me, lull me charming air.
Notes: To Mrs. Hamilton Smith, of Kentucky. "As sung by the Louisville Glee
Club".
Shelf no.: v.29, p.1.

Peters, W.C.
Oh! sing no more that gentle song. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co.,
1847.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4075.
Lithographer/Engraver: Harrison, C., engr., cover ; P. Lawson, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano, or harp.
Lyricist: Piatt, D.
First line: Oh! sing no more that gentle song.
Notes: To Miss M.E. Breckinridge.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.95.

Peters, W.C.
Oh, I am in love! Comic ballad. (Comic songs). -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons, 1859.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2755-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Comic songs.
First line: Oh I am in love.
Notes: "As sung by Mrs. Deming".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Old rosin the bow, with variations. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters ; New
York, James L. Hewitt., 1842.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 16.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: "Composed for and dedicated to Mr. Seymour Bowen". Published jointly
with J.L. Hewitt.
Shelf no.: Peters' works. 2 cops. ; v.124, p.153.

Peters, W.C.
Old rosin the bow, with variations. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ;
Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; New Orleans, W.T.
Mayo ; Pittsburgh, C. Blume., 1852.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 16.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Mr. Seymour Bowen. Tenth edition.
Shelf no.: v.112, p.111.

Peters, W.C.
Peter's highland march. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co., 1839.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2172.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Effie McDonald". c1839 by W.C. Peters, Ky.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Peter's highland march. -- New York : Hewitt & Jaques, 1839.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, Q.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Miss Effie McDonald. c1839 by W.C. Peters in Ky.
Shelf no.: v.49, p.186.

Peters, W.C.
Peters evening hymn. Day is past and gone. -- Philadelphia : George
Willig, 1838.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus & piano.
First line: Day is past and gone.
Notes: "Composed and dedicated to Miss Mary Brown".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Peters' Catholic harmonist: a collection of sacred music appropriate for
morning and evening service. -- Boston, New York & Philadelphia, : Ditson &
Co., 1871.
148 & 1 p. of music ; 18x25 cm.
Medium: Solo, chorus, with organ acc.
Subject: Sacred music.
Notes: c1871 by J.L. Peters. "Consisting of motetts, masses, hymns, chants,
etc. suitable to the principal festivals throughout the year".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Plus coquette polka, with an introduction of coda. (Ballroom polkas as
danced by the pupils of Monsr. Ernest, no.4). -- Louisville : Peters & Webster
; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 950.
Illustrations: engr. cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Mary Tosso".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Sailor boy, or, "I am a merry sailor lad". -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville Peters Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1845.
8 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 15.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Oh I am a merry sailor lad.
Notes: To James G. Drake, esqr. As sung by Henry Russell. Words from the
Philadelphia Saturday Courier. Fifth edition.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.317.

Peters, W.C.
Sailor boy. Oh! I am a merry sailor lad. -- Louisville : Peters & Co. ;
Cincinnati, A.F. Dellinger.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Teschemacher's Lith., cover ; G.W. Quidor, engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Oh I am a merry sailor lad.
Notes: "Words from the Philadelphia Saturday Courier. As sung by Henry
Russell". To James G. Drake.
Shelf no.: v.29, p.73.

Peters, W.C.
Salzman's trumpet waltz. -- New York : James L. Hewitt & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss A.E. Stewart.
Shelf no.: v.72, p.183.

Peters, W.C.
Shall we meet again Mary? With variations. -- Philadelphia and
Cincinnati : W.R. Bayley., 1842.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 907, cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Miss Mary Jane Beard.
Shelf no.: v.83, p.13.

Peters, W.C.
Sherman marched down to the sea. A patriot refrain. -- Cincinnati : A.C.
Peters & Bro. ; St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3996.5.
Medium: Voice & chorus with piano.
Subject: Civil war. Union.
Lyricist: Byers, Adj't.
First line: Our camp fires shown bright.
Notes: "Dedicated to the veterans of Sherman's army". "The marching song of
Sherman's army".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Smiles and kind words, a favorite ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field., 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Subject: Guitar songs.
First line: When the heart is dejected.
Notes: "Composed for and inscribed to Miss Rebecca F. Gallagher".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Softly the moonlight is shed o'er the lake. Serenade. -- New York :
James L. Hewitt & Co.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Percival, J. D., M.D.
First line: Softly the moonlight is shed.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Mary Johnson".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Spotted fawn. A favorite western refrain. -- Cincinnati : Peters & Co. ;
Louisville, W. C. Peters, Apollo Hall ; Louisville, Peters & Webster, 1845.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 84.
Illustrations: cover engr.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Indians.
Lyricist: Gallagher, W. D.
First line: On Mahketewa's flow'ry marge.
Notes: "Adapted to a popular melody as sung by Mr. S. B. Duffield and
respectully inscribed to Miss Sophie B. Marshall". Second edition.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Sweet is pensive evening's hour. A serenade. -- Louisville : Peters &
Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; New York, Firth, Hall & Pond., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 135.
Illustrations: cover engr.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Sweet is pensive ev'nings hour.
Notes: Arranged to a beautiful French melody". Dedicated to Doctor R.W.
Ferguson, by his friend W.C. Peters.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Sweet memories of thee. Benedette sia la madre, Italian air. -- New York
: Hewitt & Jaques, 1839.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Amelia.
First line: When soft stars are peeping.
Notes: "Inscribed to the memory of Miss Susan Baker".
Shelf no.: Peters' works. v.106, p.95.

Peters, W.C.
Sweet memories of thee. -- New York, : Wm. Hall & Son., 1839.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1456.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, N.Y., lith. cover ; Ivan Bu"gaslaski,
engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Amelia.
First line: When soft stars are peeping.
Notes: To the memory of Miss Susan Baker. Adapted to the beautiful Italian air
"Benedetta sia la madre". Fourth edition. c1839 by Hewitt & Jaques, N.Y.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.239.

Peters, W.C.
Symphony in D. [1831] -- : unpublished ms., 1961.
38 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Medium: Orchestra.
Arranger: Wessel, Frederick T., ed.
Notes: "Dedicated to the Economy Band".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Peters, W.C.].
Ten o'clock!, or, Remember love, remember. Melody by Mozart. (W.C.
Peters' collection of musical publications). -- Louisville : W.C. Peters,
1844.
4 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 70.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: ' Twas ten o'clock.
Notes: To J.D. Mosby, Esq. "A favorite ballad, as sung by Mrs. Webster and Mr.
Duffield".
Shelf no.: v.106, p.21.

[Peters, W.C.] W.C.P.
There's not a word thy lip hath breath'd. A German air. -- New York :
Firth, Hall & Pond., 1831.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1532.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: There's not a word thy lip.
Notes: c1831 by J.L. Hewitt, New York.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Thou art my own love, a favorite Spanish air, with variations. --
Philadelphia : George Willig.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Moland, W., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Mary E. Bull".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Thou canst not forget me. -- New York : Hewitt & Jaques, 1838.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Coppuck, Amelia B.
First line: Thou can'st not forget me.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Sarah Ormsby". c1838 by W.C. Peters.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Peters, W.C.] Cumming, William.
Thou wouldst call me back from the echoless shore. -- Cincinnati : A.C.
Peters & Bro. ; St.Louis, J.L. Peters & Bro., 1862.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3447.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply song.
First line: My child!.
Notes: "A mother's reply to the popular ballad, 'Rock me to sleep'".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.2 c.[c.2 1864, fiftieth ed.].

[Peters, W.C.] Cumming, William.
' Tis but an hour since first we met. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Philadelphia, E.L. Walker., 1850.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1498 5.
Illustrations: Gillingham, engr.,cover also embossed.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Woolley, W. Preston.
First line: 'Tis but an hour since first we met.
Notes: To Miss Therese Chalfant.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Peters, W.C.
Tosso's Swiss march, in which is introduced the Swiss national air. --
New York : Hewitt & Jaques, 1840.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: "Composed for and dedicated to Miss Mary Bartlett".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Peters, W.C.] Cumming, William.
Uncle Tom's grave. (Uncle Tom's cabin songs). -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Columbus, C. Reed., 1852.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1794-5.
Medium: Voice or 2 voices, & piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Moore.
First line: Love thee, dearest, love thee!.
Notes: "Music by Viotti". Composer listed as Cuming [sic].
Shelf no.: v.134, p.187.

Peters, W.C.
Washington Blues' march and Camp Rogers quick step. -- Louisville: W.C.
Peters; New York, J.L. Hewitt & Co., 1843.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Illustrations: cover lithograph of officer.
Lithographer/Engraver: Thayer & Co's Lith., Boston.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches. Quick-steps.Military.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
Notes: "As performed by the Louisville and Cincinnati Brass Bands. Arranged
for the piano forte and dedicated to Lieut.F.Watson, and the officers and
members of the Louisville Washington Blues".
Shelf no.: v.135, p.113.

Peters, W.C.
We stood beside the window, a favorite ballad. -- Louisville : W.C.
Peters ; Cincinnati, Peters & Co., 1845.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 88.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Cosby, F.
First line: We stood beside the window.
Notes: To Mrs. G.C.Gwathmey. Note W.C. Peters' written inscription to Mrs.
Bishop.
Shelf no.: v.12, p.29 ; v.83, p.72.
1108.1. Peters, W.C.
We stood beside the window, a favorite ballad. -- Baltimore : W.C.
Peters ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co.,
1845.
4 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 88.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Cosby, F.
First line: We stood beside the window.
Notes: "Composed for and respectfully dedicated to Mrs. G.C. Gwathmey". Second
edition. Cover, c1858 by W.C. Peters & Sons in Ohio.
Shelf no.: v.138, p.43.

Peters, W.C.
Welcome, welcome, merry May! A ballad for May-day celebrations. --
Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co., 1848.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1215.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Butler, Annie Irene.
First line: Merry May comes lightly tripping.
Notes: To John Frankenstein ; music composed for Prof. A.T. Sharpe's juvenile
classes.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.59.

Peters, W.C.
When first I gazed oh lady fair. Arranged to the Swiss national
melody. -- New York : Hewitt & Jaques., 1838.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, G.W., engr.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Coppuck, Amelia B.
First line: When first I gazed, oh! lady fair.
Notes: c1838 by W.C. Peters in Ky. To Miss Julia Danforth.
Shelf no.: v.111, p.117.

Peters, W.C.
Where away, said the stranger. (Peters & Co.'s collection of musical
publications). -- Cincinnati : Peters & Co. ; Louisville, W.C. Peters, Apollo
Hall., 1844.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 74.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Campbell, T., or Thayer, lith., cover ; Slinglandt,
J.,engr.,music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Drake, James G.
First line: Where away? said a stranger.
Notes: c1844 by W.C. Peters in Ky. To S.P. Hibberd, Esq.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.107.

Peterson, Belle.
My mother lies asleep. -- Louisville : H. Knoefel, 1881.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Peterson, Belle.
First line: Fair Luna.
Notes: "Published for author and for sale by H. Knoefel ; c1881 by Belle
Peterson. Dedicated to Dr. Eugene Grissom and wife".
Shelf no.: LS.

Phile.
Hail Columbia, or the President's march. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds &
Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 26-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Patriotic songs.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.267 ; v.82, p.155.

Piefke, Rud.
Warriors farewell, or Krieger's Abschied. Op.25. (Sounds from home). --
Louisville : Henry Knoefel, 68 W. Market St.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 39-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: LP.

Omitted.

Pinna, Joseph de.
What fairy like music. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1637-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Duets.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Wilson, C.B., Mrs.
First line: What fairy like music.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.191.

Plagge, C.
May song. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, no.67 3d. St., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music ; E. M'Carthy, sc.,
cover.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Asbury Female College.
Lyricist: Gregg, Milton.
First line: Charming May, with smiles returning.
Notes: Written for the Asbury Female College, and dedicated to S.E. Leonard,
M.D.
Shelf no.: LP.

Plato, William.
Beautiful eyes. (Select vocal duets, trios, quartetts &c.) -- Louisville
: D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1860.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1238-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & chorus, with piano.
Lyricist: Muzzey, A. L.
First line: Where is thy summer light beaming.
Notes: "To Miss Annie Shotwell, Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: v.7, p.189.

Plato, William.
Hark the herald angels sing, a Christmas anthem. -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 70 Main St., 1865.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1429-9.
Medium: Chorus & organ.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Hark the herald angels sing.
Notes: To Rev. James Craik D.D., rector of Christ Church, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.101, p.375.

Plato, William.
I and Olive Bell. (Beautiful songs as sung by Miss Caroline Richings,
no.2). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St., 1860.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1211-4.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Stangel, W., artist, cover lith.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Milton.
First line: Down beside the tuneful river.
Notes: To my friend, Charlie L. Ward.
Shelf no.: LS.

Powell, Sue D., Mrs.
Awakening of Endymion, fantasie. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main
St., 1868.
10 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1512-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Shelf no.: LP.

Prentice, George D., Mrs.
There's a bower of roses by Bendemeer's stream. -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 209-5.
Illustrations: Colored lithograph, cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, New York, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Moore.
First line: There's a bow'r of roses.
Notes: "To her sister Ada. Words from Moore's Lalla Rookh".
Shelf no.: LS.

Prentice, George D., Mrs.
There's a bower of roses by Bendemeer's stream. -- Louisville : Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1850.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1541-5.
Illustrations: cover colored lithograph.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, New York, lith. cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Moore.
First line: There's a bow'r of roses by Bendemeer's stream.
Notes: To her sister Ada. Words from Moore's Lalla Rookh.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.263 ; v.81, p.105.

Prentice, George D., Mrs.
There's a bower of roses, by Bendemeer's stream. -- Louisville : Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 209-5.
Illustrations: colored lith., cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, New York, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Moore.
First line: There's a bower of roses.
Notes: To her sister Ada. Words from Moore's Lalla Rookh.
Shelf no.: v.39, p.71.

Prentice, George D., Mrs.
Would I were with thee, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1849.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 154-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Norton, Mrs.
First line: Would I were with thee.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.131.

Prentice, George D., Mrs.
Would I were with thee, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1849.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1363-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Norton, Mrs.
First line: Would I were with thee.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.189 ; v.39, p.137.

Price, J.W. Parson.
Chateaux en Espagne. (Castles in the air). -- Louisville : Louis Tripp,
no.118 Main St., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Fuller, George F.
First line: Here in my forest lonely.
Notes: To Miss Annie Burnette Cox, Taylorsville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.115.

Price, J.W. Parson.
Cross of Christ. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, 1869.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Louisville Lith. & Eng., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
Lyricist: Platt, W.H., Rev.
First line: Cross of Christ!.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.1.

Price, J.W. Parson.
The Day when you'll forget me. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, 1869.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: "Morgan".
First line: You call me sweet and tender names.
Notes: To Miss Marie E. Duvall.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.143 ; v.60, p.163.

Price, J.W. Parson.
Little Hattie May, ballad. (Boquet of beautiful pieces). -- Louisville :
Louis Tripp, 1869.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Bryan, P.G.
First line: I know a little darling child.
Notes: To my little sister, Lizzie Price.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.71.

Price, J.W. Parson.
Vesper dews. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, Harmony Hall., 1868.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1085.5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Cain, John S.
First line: Vesper dews are lightly weeping.
Notes: To Mrs. C.G. Davison.
Shelf no.: v.108, p.303.

Proch, H.
Oh, think not less I love thee. Ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1133.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Gallagher, W. D.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: Oh, think not less I love thee.
Notes: "Respectfully inscribed to Miss Harriotte Triplett".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Proch, H.
Oh, think not less I love thee. -- Cincinnati, Ohio: W.C. Peters;
Louisville, Peters & Webster; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1134.
Medium: Voice with guitar acc.
Subject: Guitar.
Lyricist: Gallagher, W.D.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: Oh! think not less I love thee.
Notes: "Arranged to an Alpine melody of H. Proch and respectfully inscribed to
Miss Harriotte Triplett".
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

Proch, H.
Thou my life and my delight, op.201. Tu mio bene tu mia vita. Gran
valtz. (Choice foreign songs). -- New Albany : Ohio Falls Music Co.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 507 6.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: M.L.L., English words.
First line: Oh! my loved one.
Notes: English, Italian & German words.
Shelf no.: v.8, p.237.

Quidant, A.
Etude-Gallop, as performed by Alfred Jaell. Grande etude galop. --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York,
Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Detroit, H.D. Sofge.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2281-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Shelf no.: v.115, p.353.

Quinn, Beatrice Mary.
La Rose unique, polka. -- Louisville : Charles J. Kent, 1856.
34 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Emily Ward.
Shelf no.: LP.

R., G. W.
Happy may you ever be, polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main
St., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1445-4.
Illustrations: cover lithograph printed on tint.
Lithographer/Engraver: Major & Knapp, lith. cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: R., G. W.
Arranger: S., L. N.
First line: May your barque of life glide gently now.
Notes: To Miss V. McNairy, of Nashville, Tenn.
Shelf no.: v.88, p.1 ; v.94, p.133.

Ransford, Edwin.
Come gang awa' wi' me, ballad. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
4 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 253-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Scotch songs.
Lyricist: Ransford, Edwin.
First line: Oh! come my love.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.135.

Ratcliffe, Francis W.
Maiden's dream. (Lights and shadows, no.1) -- Louisville : Ratcliffe &
Deboe ; Philadelphia Lee & Walker.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Crap & McCarthy ?, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Wall, J.T., M.D.
First line: Maiden sleeps in a moonlit bower.
Shelf no.: LS.

Ratcliffe, Francis W.
O! chide me not. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St. ;
Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe ; Cleveland, S. Brainard., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 693.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply song.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney.
First line: Oh! chide me not.
Notes: Answer to, Thou hast wounded the spirit that loved thee.
Shelf no.: LS; c.2, LS (pp. 1-2 lacking).

Ratel, William.
Clay's Kentucky grand march, arranged for the piano forte. --
Philadelphia : George Willig ; Lexington, Ky., G.S. Bodley & Co., 1847.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Clay, Henry. Marches.
Notes: To the Whigs of Kentucky.
Shelf no.: v.103, p.67.

Ratel, William.
Santa Anna's march, arranged for the piano forte. -- Philadelphia :
George Willig, 171 Chesnut St.; Lexington, Ky. Bodley & Curd, 1847.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mexican War. Marches.
Notes: "As played by the bands of the Mexican Army on the field of Buena
Vista, the night previous to the battle. NB. This beautiful air was brought on
by some Kentucky Volunteers".
Shelf no.: LP.

Rauch, F.W.
I am thine, and thine only! 'Over the left!' ; words from the
Knickerbocker. -- Cincinnati, : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Cragg
& Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2643-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Knickerbocker.
First line: I am thine in my gladness.
Notes: To Mrs. McMakin.
Shelf no.: PS.

Ravina, H.
Nocturne, opus 13. (Album of classic music, no.1). -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.F. Colburn ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2249-6 cover, 2248.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.126, p.141.

Raymond, Fanny M.
Calmly the waves love. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1853.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1864-7.
Medium: Duet, voices, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Raymond, Fanny M.
First line: Calmly the waves, love.
Notes: "To Mrs. Charles Balmer, of St.Louis".
Shelf no.: PS.

Reichardt, A.
Love's request. Liebes Bitte. (Gems of German song). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, no. 70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1654-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Clark, C.
First line: Now the day is slowly waning.
Notes: German & English words.
Shelf no.: v.75, p.199.

Reichardt, A.
Thou art so near and yet so far. Du bist mir nah' und doch so fern.
(Popular ballads, as sung at her concerts by Jenny Lind, no.4). -- Louisville
: D.P. Faulds, 539 Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1334-5.
Medium: Voice and piano.
Subject: German songs. Jenny Lind.
First line: I know an eye so softly bright.
Notes: German & English words. "To Miss Alice Lou Smith".
Shelf no.: LS.

Ricci, Luigi.
Alfin Brillar, Ricci waltz, cavatina. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co., Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 744-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Italian songs.
Lyricist: Hewitt, J., English version.
First line: Oh! brightly shines.
Notes: "Sung by Parodi". Italian & English words.
Shelf no.: PS.

Ricci, Luigi.
Alfin Brillar, Ricci waltz, cavatina. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds,
Main St. ; St.Louis Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 744-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Italian songs.
Lyricist: Hewitt, J., English version.
First line: Oh! brightly shines Joy's rainbow light.
Notes: "Sung by Parodi". English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.47, p.101.

Richards, Brinley.
Faust march. Soldiers Chorus. (Les Graces) -- Louisville : Louis Tripp.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 905-7.
Illustrations: back cover lith. Tripp's store.
Lithographer/Engraver: Roberts, W., artist, back cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Tripp's store.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops. c.2 no lith.

Richards, Brinley.
Juanita. (European melodies by celebrated composers). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St. and 54 Clark St., Chicago.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1349-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, E.O., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Transcriptions.
Notes: To Miss Alice Ford.
Shelf no.: v.133, p.35.

Richards, Brinley.
Whisper what thou feelest. (Songs of the boudoir, no.8). -- Louisville :
David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 880-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bunn, A.
First line: Oh! whisper what thou feelest.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.127.

Rimbault, E.F.
Gentle deeds. (Evenings at home, six popular ballads, no.2). --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 508-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Oh! gentle words, sound soft and clear.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.129.

Rimbault, E.F.
Gentle thoughts. (Evenings at home, six popular ballads, no.3). --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C.
Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 510-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Yes gentle words are passing sweet.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.103.

Rive', Caroline.
Come roam with me to night. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 117
Fourth St. ; Louisville, F.W. Ratcliffe ; Boston, O. Ditson, 1852.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 533-6.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Ada.
First line: Oh! come with me while the sky is bright.
Notes: To R.N.W.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.165 ; LS.

Rive', Caroline.
Leona waltz. (Parlor duetts, no.2) -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons,
no.76 West Fourth St., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2082-4.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Notes: Cover c1859 by W.C.Peters & Sons, Ohio.
Shelf no.: v.41, p.25.

Rive', Caroline.
Thou art the star. -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro. ; St.Louis, J.L.
Peters & Bro., 1860.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3315.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Butler, C.C.
First line: In love's bright sky.
Notes: To Miss Julia Walton, St.Louis, Mo.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.66.

Rodwell, G. H.
Beautiful blue violets. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters
& Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 149.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Violets, violets, beautiful blue violets.
Notes: "Sung with great applause by Mrs. Waylett".
Shelf no.: PS ; v.81, p.233.

Rodwell, G.H.
Blue Moselle. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 158.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: When the glow worm gilds.
Notes: "As sung by Mrs. Keely".
Shelf no.: v.66, p.75.

Rodwell, G.H.
Here's a health to thee Mary, a ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard &
Co., Fourth St.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 296.3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Cornwell, Barry.
First line: Here's a health to thee, Mary.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Horn".
Shelf no.: v.125, p.239.

Rodwell, G.H.
Oh, charming May! (Lays of the wide world, no.4). -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters,Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1962-3 cover,1958.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Hatch, P.H.
First line: Oh, charming May!.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.209.

Roemele, J.M.
Violet, ballad. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 1880.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3122-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Taylor, Jane.
First line: Down in a green and shady bed.
Notes: "To Miss Jennie C. Dick, Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Roemele, J.M. [Ro"mele].
Sallie's "First honor" polka. -- Louisville : Henry Kno"fel, 1886.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 70.5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Sallie Ewing Pope.
Shelf no.: LP.

Rohbock, Henry.
Iantha waltz. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field
; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 347-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Young ladies of the Female Eclectic Institute.
Shelf no.: v.47, 5.

Rohbock, Henry.
Snow drop polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 524-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Fagan, F.W.,engr. cover ;J. Slinglandt, engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Mrs. Henry Ringwalt.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.205.

Romer, F.
O would I were a boy again. -- [Louisville?] : W.C. Peters ; Louisville,
Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 949.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Lemon, M.
First line: O would I were a boy again.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Giubilei".
Shelf no.: v.77, p.197 ; v.45, p.173.

Romer, F.
O would I were a girl again. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville,
G.W. Brainard & Co. ; N.York, Gould & Berry ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ;
N.Orleans, H.D. Hewitt ; Boston, C.C. Clapp & Co., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2640.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Hill, James Seneca.
First line: O would I were a girl again.
Notes: To Miss Caroline E. Whipple.
Shelf no.: v.122, p.85.

Roode, Rudolf de.
Nightingale polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Memphis &
Nashville, J.A. McClure ; New York, Wm. Hall & Sons, 1859.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1116-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Dunbar, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Lizzie Mills.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.9.

Roode, Rudolf de.
Pluie des Diamants, valse. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ;
Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co ; New York, Horace Water ; Cleveland, Holbrook &
Long ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2001-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C.,engr.,N.Y.,cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mlle. Eliza A. Bryan.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.33.

Root, George F.
Mary of the Glen. -- New York : William Hall & Son ; Louisville, G.W.
Brainard & Co. ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field ; Baltimore, H. McCaffrey., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2131.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Eastman, Charles G.
First line: Has any body spoke for you.
Notes: To Mary and Sarah.
Shelf no.: v.122, p.121.

Root, George F. [Wurzel, G.F.].
Fare thee well Kitty dear. -- New York : William Hall & Son ; Louisville
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field, 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2107.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Performing groups.
First line: I saw the smile of evening die.
Notes: To Mr. Henry Wood. Written expressly for & sung by Wood's Minstrels.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.153.

Rosellen, Henri.
Le tremolo, reverie pour le piano. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.,
Main St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 439-4.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.132, p.103.

Rosellen, Henri.
Le tremolo. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2218-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Madame la Duchesse de Poigny.
Shelf no.: v.24, p.313.

Ross, [D.].
Lee Rigg, or Turban'd Turk, with variations. My ain kind dearie. --
Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, W.C. Peters & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters,
Field & Co.
4 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1152.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.31.

Ross, D.
Auld lang syne, with variations -- New York : W.C. Peters ; Louisville,
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 768-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: PS.

Ross, D.
Auld lang syne, with variations. (Popular melodies, no.3). -- Louisville
: David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1649-4.
Medium: Piano or harp.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.51.

Rossington, Walter W.
Lonely rose, ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St.,
1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 16.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: A rose gaz'd from her bower.
Notes: To James Maguire Jr. c1850 by John Gass in Missouri.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.55.

Rossington, Walter W.
Remember the absent, ballad. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth
St. ; Philadelphia, Lee & Walker, 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 335.4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Green, J.R.
First line: Remember the absent.
Notes: "To Mrs. Annie C. Riley, of St.Louis, Mo.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Rossington, Walter W.
Star of hope. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 17.5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Thou art to me the only ray.
Notes: To Mrs. Dr. Bullitt. c1851 by John Gass in Missouri.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.49.

Rossini.
Non piu mesta, aria in La Cenerentola, arranged as a rondo. --
Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 65-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Rondos.
Arranger: Hunten, Francois.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.95.

Rossini.
O Salutaris hostia. (Collection of music for the catholic church) --
Louisville : James Perry, 1870.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 6-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Chorus & organ.
Subject: Sacred music.
Arranger: Perry, James.
First line: O Salutaris hostia.
Notes: Cover c1872 by James Perry. Latin words.
Shelf no.: v.15, p.149.

Rossini.
Tancredi overture. (Operatic overtures for three performers on one piano
forte,no.l). -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co ; New
York, Gould & Berry.
17 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2705.
Medium: Piano, 6 hands.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Arranger: Czerny, Charles.
Shelf no.: v.51, p.271.
1182.1. Rossini.
Tyrolien waltz, or, Swift as a flash. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard &
Co., Fourth St.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 155.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Arranger: Herz, Henri.
Shelf no.: LP.

Rothschild, Carrie (Sapinsky).
'95 march. -- Louisville : Greenup Music Co., 1895.
5 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To class '95 Louisville Girls High School.
Shelf no.: LP.

Rouget de Lisle.
La Marseillaise. (Vaterlands-lieder). -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ;
Louisville, Ratcliffe & Deboe ; St.Louis, Fritz & Derleth.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 5262-3.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sinclair's Lith., Phil., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: National songs.
Arranger: Beyer, Ferd.
Shelf no.: v.65, p.289; v.136, p.267.

Rouget de Lisle.
Marseilles hymn, French national air. -- [Louisville] : W. C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
3 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 288.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: French songs. National songs.
Arranger: Zeuner, Ch.
First line: Ye sons of France.
Notes: French & English words.
Shelf no.: PS ; v.57, p.221 [Reed, engr. ;cover pl. no. 2030].

Runge, William.
Call me pet names. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 580-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Osgood, F.S., Mrs.
First line: Call me pet names.
Notes: "To Mrs. Rebecca W. Campbell, Columbia, Tenn.".
Shelf no.: LS ; v.82, p.69.

Runge, William.
My little dear, polka -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1850.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 269-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Letitia Richards, of Cincinnati".
Shelf no.: PS.

Ruppius, Otto.
Merry heart, duett. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St.
; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Baltimore, Henry McCaffrey., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 670.4.
Medium: Duet, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Butler, Noble.
First line: Happy woods are ringing.
Notes: "To Miss Nannie Clay".
Shelf no.: LS 2 cops.

Russell, Henry.
Indian hunter. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster
; [Cincinnati] Peters & Field.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 129.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Indians.
Lyricist: Cook, Eliza.
First line: Oh why does the white man.
Notes: To Henry John Sharpe.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.33.

Russell, Henry.
Main truck, or A leap for life, a nautical ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber,
1845.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 90.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Morris, George P.
First line: Old Ironsides at anchor lay.
Notes: To Donald MacLeod. cover c1844 by W.C.Peters.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.39.

Russell, Henry.
Spider and the fly, a comic song. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webb ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1844.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 59.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Comic songs.
First line: "Will you walk in to my parlor".
Notes: "As sung by Mr. Henry Russell".
Shelf no.: v.78, p.93 ; v.106, p.57 ; PS.

Salomon, J.C.F.
Look aloft, a sacred song. -- Louisville, : W.C. Peters ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Co., 1845.
4 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 87.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
Lyricist: Lawrence, J., Junr.
First line: In the tempest of life.
Notes: Composed for and dedicated to Adelhelm Salomon, by his father.
Shelf no.: PS.

Salzman.
St.Louis march. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters ; New York, James L. Hewitt
& Co., 1843.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Arranger: Gunter, E.W.
Notes: To Miss Cynthia A. Pope.
Shelf no.: v.12, p.71; v.135, p.139, c.2.

Saroni, H.S.
Wild brier polka. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co.,117 Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Pittsburgh, John H. Mellor., 1851.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 502-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: LP.

Schaeffer, A.
Florence polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Chicago, Higgins Bro.
; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Indianapolis, Willard & Stowell., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 886-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Florence Graddy.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.259.

Schaeffer, Augustus.
Mocking bird quick step, introducing Alice Hawthorns Listen to the
mocking bird. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ; Lexington, Ky., R. De Roode &
Co., 1862.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 8682.6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Notes: To the pupils of the Woodford Female College, Versailles, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.97, p.53.

Schaeffer, C.
Locust Hill polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Nashville, J.A.
McClure ; St.Louis, C. Fritz, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 887-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To the Ladies of Georgetown.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.253.

Schaffer, Charles.
Broken ring. Translated from the German. (Our album, no.9). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1107-4.V.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: See yonder turns the millwheel.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.101, p.391.

Schaub, G.
Academy march. -- Louisville : Peters & Webb ; New York, Firth, Hall &
Pond., 1848.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1271.2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To the Young Ladies of the Bardstown Female Academy.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.201.

Scheidler, F.M.
Bertha schottische. (Flowers of the ball room, no.13). -- Cincinnati, :
W.C. Peters & Sons ; Peters, Webb & Co. ; New York, Wm.Hall & Son ; Cleveland,
Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber. ;Louisville, 1855.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2246-3 cover, no.2148.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Miss B. Scheidler.
Shelf no.: PS.

Schmidt, H.
Hero's quick step. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 433-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Shelf no.: PS.

Schmidt, Paul.
Bloomer promenading waltz. (Real Bloomer polka, and waltz, no.2.) --
Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Nashville,
James Diggous ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 531-5.
Illustrations: cover lith. of "bloomer girl".
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, N.Y., lith. cover ;J.Slinglandt, engr.
& pr.,music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Patty Moore.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.191.

Schmidt, Paul.
Fare thee well,perhaps forever. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 266-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
First line: Fare thee well, perhaps forever.
Notes: To Miss Florence Coleman.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.119.

Schmidt, Paul.
Puissiez vous ˆtre heureuz. (Walnut Hill souvenirs, no.2). Cotillion
waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber
; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 577-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: Dedie'e a Mlle. Anna Clark.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.43.

Schmidt, Paul.
Real bloomer polka. (Real bloomer polka, and waltz.No.l) -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Nashville, James
Diggous, 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 526-4.
Illustrations: cover lith. of "bloomer girl".
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, N.Y., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Kate S. Osborne.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.15.

Schmitt, Aloise.
Five finger exercises, 213, from Op.16. (Pianists best companion). --
Louisville : David P. Faulds, 539 Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1027-11.
Illustrations: Title duplicated on colored cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Piano studies & methods.
Shelf no.: LP.

Schondorf, Johannas.
When the quiet moon is beaming. (Germania, songs & ballads,no.18) Wenn
so sanft und mild selene. -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ; Louisville Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 989=7.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: When the quiet moon is beaming.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.11, p.201.

Schondorf, Johannas.
When the quiet moon is beaming. Wenn so sanft und mild selene. (Choice
foreign songs). -- New Albany, Ind. : Ohio Falls Music Co.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 327 7.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: When the quiet moon is beaming.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.8, p.221.

Schubert, C.
Messenger birds waltz, op.169. (Gem collection of waltzes, polkas &,
no.2). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, successer to Peters,Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Colburn & Field ; Laffayette, Ia., Patrick & Crouse.
13 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 757-12.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.89 ; v.125, p.289.

Schubert, C.
Roses of May, op.170. (Gem collection of waltzes, polkas, etc. no.l). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, successer to Peters Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati Colburn
& Field ; Laffayette, Ia., Patrick & Crouse.
11 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.77.

Schubert, Franz.
Barcarolle.(Gems of German song with English & German words,no.l0 --
Cleveland : S. Brainard's Sons, 1861.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 493.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dwight, J.S., English trans.
First line: Lo! thro' the gleam of the mirror-like waters.
Notes: German & English words. c1861 by Russell & Tolman, Mass.
Shelf no.: v.6, p.133.

Schubert, Franz.
Last greeting. L'adieu. L'addio. (Gems of classic song, no.4). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2196-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Beranger.
First line: Adieu! 'tis love's last greeting.
Notes: English, Italian & French words.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.79.

Schubert, Franz.
Serenade. (Gems of classic song, no.l). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2124-3. cover, 2126.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Through the leaves the night wind moving.
Notes: English & French words.
Shelf no.: v.67, p.169.

Schubert, Franz.
Serenade. Standchen. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 255-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: Cooling zephyrs gently sighing.
Notes: German, English & French words. "As sung by Signora Biscacianti".
Shelf no.: v.75, p.251 ; v.107,p.85.

Schubert, Franz.
The Wanderer. Op.4. Der Wanderer. Le Voyageur. -- Louisville : D. P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 517.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: From countries far away I come.
Notes: French, English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.6, p.119.

Schue', A.
Lureley mazurka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1852.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 654-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: To Miss H. Danforth.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.349.

Schulhoff, Jules.
Carnaval de Venise. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
13 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 442-14.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: a` son ami, Ole Bull.
Shelf no.: v.20, p.311 ; v.128, p.61.

Schulhoff, Jules.
Gold fever galop di bravura. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ;
Buffalo, J. Sage & Son ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E.
Jones & Co.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 806.11.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Shelf no.: v.126, p.217 ; v.128, p.249.

Schulhoff, Jules.
Impromptu polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinna ;ti, W.C. Peters & Sons.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 742-7.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.37.

Schumann, Robert.
55 Characteristic pieces for piano, carefully fingered & arranged for
four hands. Op.68 u.118. Part 1st, nos.1-18. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165
Fourth Ave.
27 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3073-27.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Arranger: Horn, August.
Shelf no.: LP.

Schumann, Robert.
Tra"umerei. (European echoes). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1799-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: "As played by Thomas Orchestra".
Shelf no.: v.133, p.51.

Scott, Lady John.
Douglas, a plaintive ballad. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, 1869.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Mulock, Miss.
First line: Could ye come back to me.
Shelf no.: v.60, p.91.

Selby, George B.
King of glory, Christmas hymn. -- Louisville : George B. Selby, 1899.
6 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Christmas music.
Lyricist: Miller, Elvira Sydnor.
First line: Christmas morn breaks o'er us.
Shelf no.: LS.

Selby, George B.
Softly now the light of day. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main
St., 1871.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1805-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Quartet, sop. solo, & piano.
First line: Softly now the light of day.
Notes: "To Mrs. J.C. Sherley".
Shelf no.: LS.

Selby, George B.
Te Deum laudamus, in Eb, op.12. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave., 1879.
16 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3105-16.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Soli with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: We praise Thee O God.
Shelf no.: LS.

Sheetz, Harry L.B.
De Lan, schottische militaire. -- Louisville : Sheetz & Co., 519 Fourth
Ave. ; Cincinnati, Geo. D. Newhall Co., John Church Co. ; New York, Wm.A. Pond
& Co., S.T. Gordon & Son., 1887.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To my friend, Ed.C. Tuell, Louisville. "Compliments O.K. Houck Piano
Co., Memphis, Tenn.", at head of cover.
Shelf no.: LP.

Sheetz, Harry L.B.
Silver spring, grand waltz. -- Louisville : H.L.B. Sheetz & Co., 519
Fourth Avenue ; New York, C.H. Ditson & Co ; Cincinnati, Jno. Church & Co.,
1879.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Joel S. French, Nashville, Tenn. Thirty-first edition.
Shelf no.: v.73, p.153.

Sheetz, Harry L.B.
Vanderbilt University grand march. -- Louisville : H.L.B. Sheetz, & Co.,
519 Fourth St., 1879.
6 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: Caption title, not listed on cover.
Shelf no.: LP.

Shelling, Felix.
Heart thats pure and true. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 821-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Nay tell me not.
Notes: "To Mrs. Rosa Wilkie".
Shelf no.: PS.

Shelling, Felix.
There blooms a little modest flower. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard, &
Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones
& Co., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 773.5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Shelling, Felix.
First line: There blooms a little modest flow'r.
Notes: "To Mad'lle Hariette Staub".
Shelf no.: LS.

Shotwell, Bettie.
La belle Americaine, valse brillante. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds,
539 Main St. ; Chicago, R.G. Gareene ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ;
Indianapolis, Willard & Stowell., 1856.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2008-9.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: a` son amie, Mrs. Belle Key Hewitt, New York.
Shelf no.: v.125, p.279.

Shrivall, Fred.
Day & night I thought of thee. -- Cincinnati : Truax & Baldwin ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston, C. Clapp & Co. ; N.York, S.T. Gordon.,
1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I thought of thee, I thought of thee.
Notes: "Sung by Mr. Henri Wharton, of the New Orleans English Opera Company".
Shelf no.: v.82, p.119.

Siedle, N.
Sunrise schottisch. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, W.M.
Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, H. McCaffrey ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1818.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss S. Coleman".
Shelf no.: v.50,p.19.

Skedaddles.
Beauregard's retreat from Shiloh. -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro. ;
St.Louis, J.L. Peters ; & Bro., 1862.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3410-9.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Notes: "Arranged with a running accompaniment".
Shelf no.: v.16, p.175.

Smit, A. Von.
Rock me to sleep mother! -- Cincinnati : A.C. Peters & Bro. ; St.Louis,
J.L. Peters & Bro., 1861.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3334-4.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Percy, Florence.
First line: Backwards, turn backwards.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.239.

Smith, Boyton.
Blue bells. Whisper from the woodlands. (Choice selection of
compositions for the piano). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1992-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.114, p.149.

Smith, J. Adams.
Astoria waltz. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co. ; New York Firth, Hall
& Pond, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1268.5.
Medium: Piano or harp.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Fanny A. Thruston, of Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.15.

Smith, J.C.
Spanish harmonic dance, with variations. (Collection of guitar melodies,
no.3). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, W.M. Peters ; New York,
Wm. Hall & Son, 1857.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2824-4.
Medium: Guitar.
Subject: Guitar.
Notes: To my wife.
Shelf no.: GH.

Smith, Joseph B.
First Beatitude. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, 1851.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred song.
First line: And seeing the multitude.
Notes: "For the Ladies Musical Library. Respectfully dedicated to Miss H.
Cochrane".
Shelf no.: v.7, p.145.

Smith, Joseph B.
Green house galopade. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, 1851.
76-79 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 5.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Galops.
Notes: To his pupils, Misses V. & J. Nock. For the Ladies' Musical Library.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.137.

Smith, Joseph B.
How shall I tell thee. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati,
Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters, 1850.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1577-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
First line: How shall I tell thee meetly.
Notes: "Respectfully dedicated to Madame Ablamowics".
Shelf no.: v.7, p.173.

Smith, Joseph B.
I have known thee in the sunshine. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, 1851.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr. & Pr.,music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I have known thee in the sunshine.
Notes: "For the Ladies Musical Library. Composed and affectionately dedicated
to his wife".
Shelf no.: v.7, p.140.

Smith, Joseph B.
Waltz scherzando. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe, 1851.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss M.W. White. "For the Ladies' Musical Library".
Shelf no.: v.58, p.101.

Smith, R.A.
I have come from a happy land. The celebrated dancing girls song.
Arranged to an Hindostan air. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1286.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I have come from a happy land.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.53.

Smith, Sydney.
Cascade de Rubis, morceau e'le'gante, op.22. (Compositions for the
piano, by Sydney Smith). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.100 Main St.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3000-10.
Illustrations: Title duplicated on colored cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Smith, Sydney.
Fra Diavolo, fantaisie brillante, op.67. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.100 Main St.
15 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1961-14.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Fantaisie.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.7.

Smith, Sydney.
Gaite' de coeur, op.24. (Compositions for the piano). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, no.165 Fourth Ave.
13 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3031-13.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.32, p.7l.

Smith, Sydney.
L'heure du soir, op.74. (Brilliant and beautiful compositions,11) --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1854-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Smith, Sydney.
Souvenir de Spa, op.12. Melodie de Servais. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.70 Main St.
11 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1830-11.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Mons. Guillaume Kuhe.
Shelf no.: LP.

Smith, Sydney.
Starry night, op.36. (The Pianist). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70
Main St.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1873-9.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.2, p.83.

Smithe, Townsend, Mrs.
Twilight hour schottisch. (Six favorite schottisches, no.2). --
Cincinnati, : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland,
Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2047-3 cover, no.2043.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Miss Matt Talbot. On cover: Hommage aux Dames.
Shelf no.: PS.

Sofge, Henry D.
Baltimore Olio waltz, from the "Ballet la Gizelle". -- Louisville :
David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati. Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 170-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Martha E. Marsh.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.97.

Sofge, Henry D.
Baltimore Olio waltz. "Ballet la Gizelle". -- Louisville : Peters, Webb
& Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1587-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Inscribed to Miss Martha E. Marsh".
Shelf no.: PS.

Sofge, Henry D.
Cincinnati polka. -- Cincinnati : Peters, Field & Co., cor. 4th & Walnut
; W.C. Peters & Co., 507 Main St., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1165.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Wm.M. Peters.
Shelf no.: v.45, p.129 ; PS.

Sofge, Henry D.
Could I but claim that heart's embrace, ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field., 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1164.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: McCaullay, I.E.
First line: Give to me with boundless measure.
Notes: To Miss Lucy C. Taylor.
Shelf no.: v.45, p.219 ; v.103, p.33 [incomplete copy].

Sofge, Henry D.
Detroit waltz. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters,
Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2651-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mrs. Henry H. Brown.
Shelf no.: v.24, p.69.

Sofge, Henry D.
Lexington waltz. -- Cincinnati : Peters, Field & Co. ; Louisville, W.C.
Peters & Co., 507 Main St., 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1163.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Eliza S. Bowen. Cover, c1847 by W.C. Peters in Ohio ; music,
c1847 by W.C. Peters in Ky.
Shelf no.: v.103, p.71.

Sofge, Henry D.
Veni Creator.(Popular sacred pieces from admired Masses, no.2). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons, no.50 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long
; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2162-3.
Medium: Chorus, mixed voices, & piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Veni, Creator.
Notes: "To J.T. Stoddard, Baltimore".
Shelf no.: PS.

The Southern journal of music [microform]. -- Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 5,
1867)-v. 1, no. 14 (Dec. 5, 1868). -- Louisville, Ky. : Wm. McCarrell, 1867-
1868.
1 v. : music.
Monthly.
Microfilm. Guilford, Conn. : Opus Publications. 1 microfilm reel ; 35
mm.
Shelf no.: Film x 31 ML 100.

Spilman, J.E.
Flow gently sweet Afton. Ballad. -- Philadelphia : George Willig, 1838.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Burns, Robert.
Arranger: Spilman, J.E.
First line: Flow gently, sweet Afton.
Notes: 13th edition.
Shelf no.: v.135, p.99 (Third edition), c.2; LS.

Spindler, Fritz.
Chime of the bells. Glockento"ne. Op.110. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 77-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan, Philadelphia,
electrotypers.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Miss Kate E. Clark, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.16, p.143.

Spindler, Fritz.
Chime of the bells. Glockento"ne. Op.110. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
70 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 77-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan, Philadelphia,
electrotypers.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Miss Kate E. Clark, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.13, p.217.

Spindler, Fritz.
Favorite polka, op.111. -- Louisville : Wm. McCarrell.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 72-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan, electrotypers,Phila.,
cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: Advertisement for Southern Journal of Music, back cover.
Shelf no.: LP.

Spindler, Fritz.
Favorite polka, opus 111. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp.
9 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 72-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan, electrotypers,
Philadelphia.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss L. Watson, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.119, p.33.

Spindler, Fritz.
Fresh life. Frisches Leben, op.38. (The Musical pastime). -- Louisville
: James H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 82-5.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: LP.

Spoth, Edward.
Moonlight schottisch. -- Cincinnati ? : W.C. Peters & Sons, 1859.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3072.3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.1.

Stannis, Otto.
La Gracieuse, polka brillante. Op.18. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe,
1861.
3 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Mademoiselle Sallie Ward.
Shelf no.: LP.

Stasny, Ludwig.
Damen polka.(G.W. Brainard & Co.s collection of waltzes polkas,2) --
Louisville : Webb, Peters & Co ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver
Ditson.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 578-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: PS (2 cops.).

Steeg, J.
Stars shine for every life. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.233 Main
St., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 986-4.
Illustrations: oblong cover printed in blue.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Denie, C.M.
First line: Since music is the tongue of love.
Shelf no.: LS.

Stein, W.
Three meals a day and a dollar to spend. An anti dolourous song. --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; 539 Main St. ; Lafayette, Ind., Patrick & Couse
; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 868-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Comic songs.
Lyricist: "Man in a white hat".
First line: Away with your delving and toiling for wealth.
Notes: c1854 by Faulds, Stone & Morse. Publisher's catalog, back cover.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.163.

Sterling, Julia E.L.
Louisville commercial march, new two step. -- Louisville : Greenup Music
Co., 340 4th Avenue, 1895.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Col. W.O. Bradley.
Shelf no.: LP.

[Stevenson, John].
' Tis the last rose of summer. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1656-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Moore, Thomas.
Arranger: Stevenson, John.
First line: 'Tis the last rose of summer.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.63.

Stevenson, John.
Flow on thou shining river. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 24-2.
Medium: Voice or 2 voices, & piano.
Subject: Duets.
Lyricist: Moore.
First line: Flow on thou shining river.
Notes: "Portuguese air from Moore's National Melodies".
Shelf no.: v.134, p.239.

Stevenson, John.
' Tis the last rose of summer. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1215-2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Moore, Thomas.
First line: ' Tis the last rose of summer.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.177.

Stevenson, John.
' Tis the last rose of summer. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 105.
Medium: Voice or duet, with piano.
First line: 'Tis the last rose of summer.
Notes: "As sung by Miss Sherriff & Mr. Willson".
Shelf no.: v.55, p.327.

Stigelli, G.
Brightest eyes. (Die scho"nsten Augen). (Repertoire of German songs,
no.7). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3427.4 cover, 2902.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Heine.
First line: Thou'st pearls and diamonds.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.55, p.299.

Stone, S.W.
Ah is it sweet to tell me. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 519-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney.
First line: Ah! is it sweet to tell me.
Notes: 4th edition. Answer to, "I have something sweet to tell you". To Miss
Maggie Ward, of Pittsburgh Pa. c1851 by G.W. Brainard.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.319.

Stone, S.W.
I have something sweet to tell you. I'm talking in my sleep. --
Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, O.
Ditson ; Baltimore, Henry McCaffrey., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 518-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Osgood, Frances, Mrs.
First line: I have something sweet to tell you.
Notes: To Miss Susan N. Riddle, of Pittsburgh Pa.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.313.

Strakosch, Maurice.
I loved thee not in fortune's hour, ballad. -- Louisville : G.W.
Brainard & Co., 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Boston, O. Ditson,
1852.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 528-6.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Eldredge, R.T., Mrs.
First line: I lov'd thee not, when fortune smil'd on thee.
Notes: To his friend, Mr. Arthurson.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.205 ; v.105, p.81.

Strakosch, Maurice.
Nightingale, a woodland scene. -- New York : William Hall & Son ;
Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co. ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field., 1852.
15 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2043.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., engr., N.Y., cover ; Ben Marcato, engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Madame Wm. Vincent Wallace.
Shelf no.: v.115, p.35.

Strakosch, Maurice.
Se're'nade Andalouse. Souvenir d'Espagne. (Selection of choice
compositions of Maurice Strakosch, no.6). -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co. ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters ; Paris, Troupenas ;
Londres, Addison ; Petersbourg, Mu"ller ;Milan, Ricordi., 1849.
10 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1370-9.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Strakosch.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, N.Y., engr., cover ; Slinglandt,
J.,engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Monsr. Lange, Boston. Note listing of foreign publishers.
Shelf no.: v.20, p.359 cover, p.327.

Strakosch, Maurice.
Sea serpent polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1850.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 652-8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Rose Kennedy, of New Orleans. c1850 by Wm.T. Mayo, in La.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.79.

Strakosch, Maurice.
Tell tale polka, caprice de salon. -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ;
Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1851.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 235-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Madame The're`se Balmer.
Shelf no.: HP.

Strauss, Eduard.
Girofle'-Girofla waltz, op.123. (Waltzes by Strauss). -- Louisville :
James, H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St.
12 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Strauss, Johann.
Artist's life waltzes, op.316. Kunster Leben. (Musical pastime). --
Louisville : Jas. H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.32, p.167.

Strauss, Johann.
Beautiful blue Danube waltzes. (Favorite dances, by Strauss). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave.
11 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1840-10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: See also abridged edition.
Shelf no.: LP.

Strauss, Johann.
Beautiful blue Danube waltzes. Abridged. (Favorite dances, by
Strauss). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,no.70 Main St.
8 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1840-10.
Illustrations: title dupl. on colored cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: Advertisement D.P. Faulds both sides back cover.
Shelf no.: LP.

Strauss, Johann.
Chant of the Danube, waltz. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard,117 Fourth St.
3 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 623-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Strauss, Johann.
Duke of Reichstadt's waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 272-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.85.

Strauss, Johann.
Duke of Reichstadts waltz. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 37.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.309.

Strauss, Johann.
On the beautiful blue Danube. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.165 Fourth Ave., 1874.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1889-7.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Lyricist: Haskins, C.C.
First line: Lightly we breast the Danube's waves.
Notes: "To Miss Ada Camille Badger, of Chicago, Ill.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Strauss, Johann.
On the beautiful blue Danube. An der schonen blauen Donau. (Sounds from
home. Heim-aths Klange). -- Louisville : Henry Knoefel, 68 W. Market St.,
1871.
8 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 8-8.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.93, p.6.

Strauss, Johann.
Tausend und eine Nacht. Thousand and one night. Walzer, op.346. --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no. 70 Main St.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1817-10.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Nach Motiven der Operette, Indigo".
Shelf no.: v.33, p.189.

Strauss, Johann (father).
Katinka polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 435-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: PS.

[Strauss, Johann].
Duke of Reichstadt's waltz. (Pleasures of home, no.6). -- Louisville :
Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 657-3.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Waltzes. Piano, 4 hands.
Arranger: Enckhausen.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.163.

[Strauss, Johann].
Duke of Reichstadts waltz. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth
St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 53=2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.133.

Strauss, John Mason.
Ich liebe dich. -- Louisville : John M. Strauss, 1894.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Wright, Jean.
First line: "Ich liebe dich".
Notes: "Specially written for and sung by Miss Theresa Vaughn".
Shelf no.: LS 2 cops. see cover "Leibe"!.

Strauss, John Mason.
Just because, a woman's reason. -- Louisville : John Mason Strauss,
1894.
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Risley, Edw. O.
First line: When maid was first created.
Notes: To Katie Elliott. c1894 by John Mason Strauss ; entered at Stationer's
Hall, England.
Shelf no.: LS 2 cops. [c.2 incomplete].

Strauss, John Mason.
Love's thoughts. -- Louisville : Greenup Music Co., 1893.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Kurkamp, John E.S.
First line: Nature was slumbering sweetly.
Notes: To Octavia Hensel. c1893 by Greenup & Strauss.
Shelf no.: LS.

Strauss, Richard.
Chant du ciel. Three waltzes. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; N.
York, Wm. Hall & Sons ; Nashville, J.A. McClure., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2034-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Sallie Adams, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.78, p.106.

Strauss, Richard.
Crab orchard quadrilles. Crab orchard spring quadrilles. -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds & C., 539 Main St. ; Faulds & Huber, Masonic Temple ; New York,
Wm. Hall & Son ; Boston, Henry Tolman, 1858.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1102-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & Pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quadrilles.
Notes: To Miss Mildred Ewing, Louisville & Miss Carrie B. Hodges, Frankfort,
Ky.
Shelf no.: v.20, p.121.

Strauss, Richard.
Mariana polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; Milwaukie, H.N. Hempstead ; Nashville, McClure & Martin ; Chicago,
Higgins & Bros ; R.G. Green., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 892-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Belle Sheridan, Louisville, Ky. Note variants cover.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops.

Strauss, Richard.
La Se'millante polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; New York, Wm.
Hall & Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1092-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Mildred Ewing.
Shelf no.: v.47, p.63.

Striby, William.
Battle of Buena Vista. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave. ;
New York, Firth, Hall & Pond.
12 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 247-11.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mexican War. Zachary Taylor.
Notes: To Major General Zachary Taylor. copyright H.J. Peters, Ky.
Shelf no.: LP.

Striby, William.
Battle of Buena Vista. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters ; New York Firth,
Hall & Pond.
12 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 247-11.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mexican War. Zachary Taylor.
Notes: To Major General Zachary Taylor. Copyright entered.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.257 ; v.103, p.85.

Strother, S.A.
Battle field, fantasie. Bull Run. (Les Graces). -- Louisville : Emily
Tripp, no.161 Fourth St., 1866.
14 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1019.13.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Notes: To Misses Katie & Susie Strauss. c1866 by Louis Tripp.
Shelf no.: LP.

Stuebling, Andrew.
Come to me darling, beautiful ballad with violin obligato. -- Louisville
: Emily Tripp, 161 Fourth Ave. ; Cincinnati, Geo. O. Newhall & Co. ; New York,
S.T. Gordon & Son ; Philadelphia, F.A. North & Co., 1879.
3p. & l p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano, with violin obligato.
Subject: Song with violin obligato.
Lyricist: Brennan, Joseph.
First line: Come to me darling.
Notes: "To Miss Jeanie Hamilton, Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Stuebling, Andrew.
From thee parted. Von dir geschieden. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165
Fourth St., 1872.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 2-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German song.
First line: Tho' from thee parted.
Notes: "Translated from the German, and arranged by Andrew Stuebling"."To Miss
Louisa Buckel". English & German words. c1872 by J.H. Cragg.
Shelf no.: LS.

Stuebling, Andrew.
Thy beloved eyes. Deine lieben Augen. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70
Main St., 1868.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1571-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: In thy beloved eyes.
Notes: "To Miss Sallie Campbell". German & English words. Translated by Andrew
Stuebling.
Shelf no.: LS.

Sues, Charles.
Admiration polka. -- Louisville : McCarrell & Meininger, 91 West
Jefferson St., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 40-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Elon S. Rupert, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.237.

Sues, Charles.
Happy moments at Leicester. -- Louisville : McCarrell & Meininger, 91
West Jefferson St., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: To Miss Jennie Boggs, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.243.


Sues, Charles.
Knights of Pythias grand march. -- Louisville : Chas. Sues, 1870.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover color lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Heger,J.,del. ;German & Bro.,lith. ;Slinglandt,
J.,engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Arranger: Meininger, J.C.
Notes: To the order K. of P.
Shelf no.: v.84, p.246.

Sullivan, Arthur S.
Let me dream again. (The most popular songs of the day). -- Louisville :
D. P. Faulds.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3010-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Stephenson, B. C.
First line: The sun is setting.
Shelf no.: v.5, p.111 ; LS.

Sullivan, Arthur S.
Little maid of Arcadee. (Lotus leaves, vocal album). -- Louisville : D.
P. Faulds.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1930-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Gilbert, W. S.
First line: Little maid of Arcadee.
Shelf no.: v.5, p.87.

Sullivan, Arthur S.
Pinafore. (Two popular potpourris for piano). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave., 1879.
16 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3104-15.
Illustrations: colored lith., cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: German, Pike & Co, lith., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Potpourris of operettas.
Arranger: Kerker, G.A.
Shelf no.: LP.

Summers, Geo.
Is it a sin to love thee. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St.,
1869.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1719-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Is it a sin to love thee?.
Notes: "To Miss Lulie Ferguson, Summertrees, Tenn.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Suppe', Franz von.
Boccaccio march. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, 519 Fourth Ave.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Arranger: Konradin, C.F.
Notes: Incomplete copy.
Shelf no.: LP.

Suppe', Franz von.
Poet and peasant's waltz, arranged from Suppe's Overture. -- St.Louis :
Balmer & Weber ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters &
Sons ; N.Orleans, Ph.P. Werlein & Co., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1013=3.
Medium: Piano.
Arranger: Werner, Henry.
Notes: "As played by Waldauer's Orchestra".
Shelf no.: v.129, p.353.

T., N.L.
Oh they told you darling that I loved you. -- Louisville ? : ;
Dearing's Book Store, for sale, 1889.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: T., N.L.
First line: Oh they told you darling that I loved you.
Notes: c1889 by N.L. Tillman.
Shelf no.: LS.

Talexy, Adrien.
Camille polka. La dame aux deux camelias. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son.
9 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2637-8.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Matilda Heron.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.ll6.

Teupe, Bernard.
Chrystal waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1853.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 725-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mrs. Dr. E.W. Mason.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.115.

Thalberg, Sigismond.
Fantaisie sur des themes de l'opera Moise de G. Rossini. Op.33. --
[Louisville] : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webb ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons.
22 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 837.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Fantasies.
Shelf no.: v.96, p.13.

Thomas, E.
Dew is on the blossom. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville,
Peters,Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1850.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1472-5.
Illustrations: cover embossed.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams & Andrews, prs., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Amelia.
First line: Dew is on the blossom.
Notes: To Miss Sallie Gordon.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.1 ; v.57, p.155.

Thomas, E.
Gentle Nelly fairy creature. (Flowers of melody, no.4) -- Cincinnati :
W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall &
Son., 1856.
5 p. of music ; cm.
Pl. no.: 2703-3 cover: 2701.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Fogg, W. A.
First line: Gentle Nelly, fairy creature.
Notes: "To Lizzie A. Woods".
Shelf no.: PS; c.2, LS.

Thomas, J.R.
Fond hearts at home. -- Philadelphia : Lee & Walker ; Louisville, F.W.
Ratcliffe., 1863.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 5050 5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Thomas, J.R.
First line: When I left the dear home.
Notes: To Madame Wallace Bouchelle, of New York. "Sung by W. Percival of
Buckley's original New Orleans Serenaders".
Shelf no.: v.107, p.133.

Thomas, J.R.
Happy be thy dreams. Ballad. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville,
D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman ; New Orleans, P.P.Werlein & Co.,
1859.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4311.
Lithographer/Engraver: Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Carpenter, J.E.
First line: Oh! happy, happy, happy be thy dreams.
Notes: To Mrs. Thomas J. Hall.
Shelf no.: v.89, p.25.

Thomas, J.R.
Oh! do not quite forget, ballad. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Henry Tolman, 1858.
6 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 4239.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballad.
First line: Oh! do not quite forget.
Notes: To Mrs. Dudley L. Gregory, of Jersey City.
Shelf no.: v,16, p.89.

Thomas, J.R.
Oh! Gently breathe. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P.
Faulds & Co. ; California, J.F. Atwill & Co., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4209.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: Oh! gently breathe.
Shelf no.: v.36, p.153 ; LS, 2 cops. (c.2 stereotyped).

Thomas, J.R.
The withered rose. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P.
Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman, 1859.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4452.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Evans, William Downing.
First line: I clasp the flow'ret to my breast.
Notes: To Mrs. W.H. Grenelle, New York.
Shelf no.: v.11, p.251.

Thompson, H.S.
Lilly Dale, a ballad. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville,G.W.
Brainard & Co. ; N. York, Gould & Berry ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; N. Orleans,
H.D. Hewitt ; Boston, C.C.Clapp & Co., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Thompson, H.S.
First line: Twas a calm, still night.
Shelf no.: v.122, p.51 ; v.134, p.259.

Thompson, J.
Pirate's serenade. -- Baltimore, : W.C. Peters; Louisville, Peters Webb
& Co.; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Williams, T.J., lith., music.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Subject: Guitar.
First line: My boat's by the shore.
Notes: "As sung by J. Wilson". "Sung by Horncastle".
Shelf no.: PS.

Thoms, Isabel.
Belle polka. (Gem collection of waltzes, polkas &., no.3). -- Louisville
: D.P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field ; Laffayette, Patrick & Crouse ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 872-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Belle Sheridan. c1855 by Faulds, Stone & Morse.
Shelf no.: v.107, p.331.

Topliff, R.
Consider the lilies. (Lotus leaves vocal album). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, no.70 Main St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1943-6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
First line: Is not the life more than meat.
Shelf no.: v.99, p.83.

Tosso, Joseph.
Wave waltz. -- Cincinnati : Peters & Co. ; Louisville, W.C. Peters,
Apollo Hall, 1845.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 93.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mrs. J.W. Coleman. c1845 by W.C.Peters in Kentucky.
Shelf no.: v.12, p.109 ; v.85, p.27.

Tosso, Joseph.
Wave waltz. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, W.C. Peters, Apollo
Hall ; Cincinnati, Peters & Co., 1845.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 93.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Mrs. J.W. Coleman. c1845 by W.C. Peters in Ky.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.281 ; v.134, p.39 ; v.58, p.95.

Tosti, F. Paolo.
Good-bye. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, 519 Fourth Ave.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Italian songs.
Lyricist: Melville, G.J. Whyte.
First line: Falling leaf, and fading tree.
Notes: "To Angela".
Shelf no.: LS.

Tripp, Louis.
Burman lover. Oh come with me in my little canoe. -- Louisville : David
P. Faulds, Main St. ; John H. Mellor ; Cleveland, S. Brainard., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 509-3.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Subject: Guitar song.
First line: Oh! come with me in my little canoe.
Notes: "Sung by Miss Jenny Staley. Arranged & respectfully dedicated to his
pupils, by Louis Tripp".
Shelf no.: LS.

Tripp, Louis.
Burman lover. Oh come with me im my little canoe. -- Louisville : David
P. Faulds, Main St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Pittsburgh, John H. Mellor ;
Chicago, B.K. Mould., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 512-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Oh! come with me in my little canoe.
Notes: To his pupils. "Sung by Miss Jenny Staley".
Shelf no.: v.82, p.149.

Tripp, Louis.
Burman lover. Oh come with me in my little canoe. -- Louisville : Webb,
Peters & Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard ; Pittsburgh, John H.
Mellor ; Chicago, B.K. Mould., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 512-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Oh! come with me in my little canoe.
Notes: To his pupils. "Sung by Miss Jenny Staley". c1851 by G.W. Brainard in
Ky.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.233.

Tucker, Henry.
Leave us not. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ; Louisville Peters, Webb
& Co. ; Albany, Boardman & Gray, 1854.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2883.
Lithographer/Engraver: Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Leave us not.
Notes: To the Hon. Mrs. Daniel S. Dickinson, of New York.
Shelf no.: v.36, p.165.

Tuell, Edgar C.
Bubbling spring, waltz. -- Louisville : J.P. Simmons & Co., 630 Fourth
Ave., 1894.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Blanche Morris.
Shelf no.: LP.

Uccelli.
O Salutaris. (Collection of music for the Catholic church). --
Louisville : James Perry, 1872.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 16-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Duet, with organ or piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: O salutaris hostia.
Notes: Latin words.
Shelf no.: v.15, p.171.

Unger, Ferdinand.
Aurora waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 373-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.103.

Valentine, T.
Aria alla scozzese, with variations. (Popular melodies arranged with
easy variations, no.2). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1675-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wood, O., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: Caption title Peters, Webb & Co., Louisville, Ky. as publisher.
Shelf no.: LP.

Valentine, T.
Home sweet home, a favorite air, arranged with variations for the piano
forte. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 109.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.7.

Van der Weyde.
Fairy land schottisch, op.117. -- New York : Horace Waters ; Louisville,
Brainard Bros. & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1854.
4 p. of music ; 26x34 cm.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Co., lith., N.Y., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Miss - Freeman.
Shelf no.: v.122, p.293 ; LP.

Vasouver, Henri.
Ben Bolt's reply. Ah! yes I remember. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard &
Co., 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston, O. Ditson., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 560-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply song.
Lyricist: Dyer, S.
First line: Ah! yes, I remember.
Notes: Fifth edition. To the memory of Little Alice.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.153.

Verdi.
Ah! I have sigh'd to rest me, from Il Trovatore. Ah! che la morte
ognora. (Operatic gems, no.25). -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons, 1862.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3059-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Jefferys, C., English.
First line: Ah! I have sigh'd to rest me.
Notes: c1862 by A.C. Peters & Bro., Ohio. Italian & English words.
Shelf no.: v.68, p.107.

Verdi.
Anvil chorus, from Il Trovatore. (Flowers of spring, no.14). --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co,539 Main St. ; Faulds & Huber, Masonic Temple. ;
New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1138-5.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Arranger: Weiss, Charles.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.130, p.349.

Verdi.
Dear name. Rigoletto. Caro nome. -- New Albany : Ohio Falls Music Co.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 535.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Name beloved.
Notes: German, Italian & English words.
Shelf no.: v.8, p.245.

Verdi.
In tears I pine for thee. La mia letizia infondere, from I Lombardi. --
[Louisville} : [Louis Tripp].
7 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1005.6.
Illustrations: back cover, lith. of Tripp's store.
Lithographer/Engraver: Roberts, W., artist, back cover lith.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Oh! gentle and soft the breeze.
Notes: English & Italian words.
Shelf no.: v.68, p.101.

Verdi.
O salutaris hostia. Terzetto. (Fifth series-Peters' collection of
Catholic church music, 3469). -- New York : J.L. Peters, 1866.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3469-4.
Medium: Chorus, S.T.B., & piano.
Arranger: Peters, W.C.
First line: O salutaris hostia.
Notes: c1870 by J.L. Peters on cover.
Shelf no.: Peters' works.

[Verdi].
Louisa Miller. (Magic sounds from the opera, no.9) -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters & Sons, 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2848 cover, 2839.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Arranger: Weber, Johan von.
Shelf no.: v.24, p.11.

Vese', Lesta.
Charles Dickens' last song. Autumn leaves. -- Louisville : Tripp &
Linton, no.118 Main St., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: oblong cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Dickens, Charles.
First line: Autumn leaves, sad autumn leaves.
Notes: "To Chas. C. Converse".
Shelf no.: LS 2 cops.

Vick, Mary.
Silver leaf polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Nashville, James A.
McClure ; C.D. Benson ; Cincinnati, John Church, Jr., 1862.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1348-4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hull & Brother, printers, cover ;J.Slinglandt, engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Mrs. John Willis, of Vicksburg, Miss.
Shelf no.: v.133,p.25.

Viereck, I.C.
Sentimental, or Rose waltz. -- Cincinnati, : Peters & Co. ; Louisville,
W.C. Peters, Pearl St.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 113.
Lithographer/Engraver: S.,J.,engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.4, p.197.

Viglini, Katie.
Why do I love Thee, with introduction and brilliant variations. --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St. ; Chicago, 54 Clark St., 1863.
11 p. of music ; 29 cm.
Pl. no.: 1357-10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Miss Sydney A. Carll, Louisville, Ky. Photostatic copy, Louisville
Free Public Library.
Shelf no.: LP.

Visher, Albin.
Boquet polka. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard &
Co. ; New York, Gould & Berry.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 6002.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Joseph Cloutier, esq.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.67 ; v.95, p.l.

Visher, Albin.
Champagne polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 782-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Mary Moore.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.9.

Visher, Albin.
Ione mazurka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; Cincinnati,
W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 783-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.89 ; v.76, p.51.

Voss, Charles.
Cascade of flowers, fantaisie-etude, op.113. Cascade de fleurs. --
Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St. ; Buffalo, J. Sage & Son ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 843.10.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, W.A., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.34, p.95.

Voss, Charles.
Martha, fantasie de concert, op.100. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard, &
Co. ; Boston, Oliver Ditson ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.
17 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 700.17.
Lithographer/Engraver: Powers & Weller, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Opera transcriptions.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.128, p.95.

Voss, Charles.
Mathilde, polka mazurka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; N.York, Firth
Pond & Co. ;Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 671.8.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polka mazurkas.
Shelf no.: LP.

Voss, Charles.
Then you'll remember me. (Flowers of spring, no.2). Bohemian girl. --
Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co., 539 Main St. ;Faulds & Huber, Masonic Temple ;
N.York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz.
p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 352-7.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: Incomplete copy. From Balfe's "Bohemian Girl".
Shelf no.: LP.

Voss, Charles.
Then you'll remember me. (Les Rivales, no.l). -- [Louisville] : Webb,
Peters & Co., Fourth St.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 352-7.
Lithographer/Engraver: C.,W.A., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Miss Mary Leight. From Balfe's "Bohemian Girl".
Shelf no.: v.31, p.229.


W., M.P., Miss.
La Polka militaire -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Chicago, R.G. Greene, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 899-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Mrs. Louis D. Carneal, of Cincinnati.
Shelf no.: v.54, p.65 ; v.74, p.9.

Wade, Joseph.
Hours there were, song or duet. -- Louisville: W.C. Peters.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 45.
Medium: Tenor & soprano, with piano.
Subject: Duets.
First line: Hours there were.
Shelf no.: v.135, p.31.

Wagener, Louis.
Alice waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Baltimore, W.C.Peters., 1851.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 350-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Alice Zane Shallcross.
Shelf no.: PS ; v.86, p.195.

Wagener, Louis.
Alice waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1851.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 350-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Alice Zane Shallcross. c1851 by Peters, Webb & Co., Ky.
Shelf no.: LP.

Wagener, Louis.
Alice waltz. (Echoes from the South, no.12). -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds, 70 Main St., 1851.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 350-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: c1851 by Peters, Webb & Co.
Shelf no.: v.84, p.242.

Wagener, Louis.
Amelia waltz. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 117 Fourth St., 1853.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 605-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Alice Amelia Davies.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.167.

Wagener, Louis.
Betty waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1852.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 695-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Betty Daubert.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.63 ; PS.

Wagener, Louis.
Buffalo polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 775-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "To Miss C.B. Maxwell".
Shelf no.: PS ; v.86, p.121.

Wagener, Louis.
Falls City waltz rondo. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1853.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 720-2.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Miss Jane R. Thompson.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.131.

Wagener, Louis.
Fanny waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; Cincinnati,
W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 708-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Fanny C. Clagett.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.171.

Wagener, Louis.
Hoop waltz. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 1858.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: (521.2).
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Aubin McDowell.
Shelf no.: v.47, p.50.

Wagener, Louis.
Myrtle tree galop. -- Louisville : F.W. Ratcliffe,3rd St. ; Louisville,
G.W. Brainard & Co., 1851.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 202-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Notes: To Mrs. Fanny Ratcliffe.
Shelf no.: v.58, p.147 ; v.86, p.209.

Wagener, Louis.
Queen waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, 1856.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 2009-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Sallie Lou Norwood.
Shelf no.: LP.

Wagener, Louis.
Remembrance, waltz. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 534.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Caroline Frantz.
Shelf no.: v.47, p.43.

Wagener, Louis.
Zephyr waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters &
Field ; Baltimore, W.C. Peters., 1850.
3 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1578-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Susan Rogers".
Shelf no.: PS ; v.86, p.135.

Wahl, J.F.
Bowling Green waltz -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1297-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pickaxe & Co., sc., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Dedicated to Miss Georgia Lindsay".
Shelf no.: PS.

Wahl, J.F.
Song we used to sing. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; St.Louis, Balmer
& Weber ; Cincinnati, W.F. Colburn., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 888-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Beauchamp, D. Ella.
First line: I wander 'neath the star-gemmed sky.
Notes: "To Miss Virginia C. Sugg".
Shelf no.: LS.

Walker, Barclay.
Gladys gavotte. -- Louisville : D.H. Baldwin & Co., 1891.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Gavottes. Advertisements.
Notes: "Written especially for D.H. Baldwin & Co.".
Shelf no.: v.73, p.119.

Wallace, W.
Jacob gets the mitten. Answer to,"Wait for the wagon". -- Louisville :
G.W. Brainard & Co., 117 Fourth St. ; Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Boston,
Oliver Ditson., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 572-5.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Morris, Geo.
First line: I thank you, Mister Jacob.
Notes: a` son ami, Joseph Benedict.
Shelf no.: v.134, p.249.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Bring me my harp, ballad. -- New York : William Hall & Son ; Louisville,
D.P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1856.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3790.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., N.Y.,engr., cover ; Clayton, engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano, or harp.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Fitzball, E.
First line: Bring me my harp.
Notes: To Mrs. B.L. Sowell.
Shelf no.: v.61, p.19.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Comin thro' the rye. (Favorite Scotch melodies, no.1). -- New York :
Firth, Pond & Co. ; Louisville, Faulds, Stone & Morse ; Pittsburgh, H. Kleber
; St.Louis, W.W. Wakelam ; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein.
9 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3113.
Lithographer/Engraver: Rosalia, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.97, p.99.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Croyez moi!, romance. -- New York : Hall, William & Son ; Louisville,
D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman ; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein.,
1859.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4451.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, engr. music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: "To Julia Pratt, of St.Louis, Mo.".
Shelf no.: v.3, p.111.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Fantasie de salon sur des melodies de l'opera Rienzi, de R. Wagner. --
New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell &
Tolman ; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein., 1859.
15 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 4390.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Fantasies.
Notes: To Theodor Hagen.
Shelf no.: v.96, p.109.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Forget me not, romance. -- New York : William Hall & Son ; Cincinnati,
W.C. Peters & Sons, 1856.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3503.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C.,engr., cover ; Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To He'le`ne.
Shelf no.: v.34, p.83.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Grande fantasie de concert sur la ballade Americaine, Ben Bolt. --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; London, Cramer, Beale & Co., 1853.
21 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1822-19.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Fantasies.
Notes: To Madame de la Villebeuvre, de la Nouvelle Orleans. c1853 by W.C.
Peters & Sons in Ohio, by permission of Wm. Hall & Son.
Shelf no.: v.126, p.3 ; v.132, p.31.

Wallace, William Vincent.
In happy moments, from Maritana. (Operatic gems,no.13). -- Cincinnati :
W.C. Peters & Sons ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1522-3 cover, 2067.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: In happy moments.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.37.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Melodie Suisse. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters
& Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 700-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.373.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Melodie Suisse. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 700-5.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.105.

Wallace, William Vincent.
My prairie flower, ballad. -- New York : William Hall & Son ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Wm. C. Peters & Sons., 1856.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3668.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., N.Y.,engr. cover ; Clayton, engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Fitzball, Edward.
First line: My prairie flow'r.
Notes: To his friend, Geo. F. Root.
Shelf no.: LS.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Old friends, and other days. -- New York : William Hall & Son ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman ; New Orleans, P.P.
Werlein.
7 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 4473.
Lithographer/Engraver: Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Challis, H.W.
First line: Come, take your lute and sing.
Shelf no.: LS.

Wallace, William Vincent.
One parting song and then farewell. Ballad, -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son
; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; Boston, Russell & Richardson ; Baltimore,
H.McCaffrey., 1857.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3872.
Lithographer/Engraver: Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Challis, H.W.
First line: One farewell song, before we part.
Shelf no.: v.89, p.266 ; v.104, p.109.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; New York, Wm. Hall & Son.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 696-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Mlle. Adele Dumilatre.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.131.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Scenes that are brightest, opera of Maritana. (Operatic gems). --
Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland,
Holbrook & Long.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2070-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., Cin.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
Lyricist: Bunn, A.
First line: Scenes that are brightest.
Shelf no.: v.40, p.18.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Star of love. Serenade. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P.
Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman ; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein., 1851.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 970.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Morris, George P.
First line: Star of Love now shines.
Shelf no.: v.9, p.83 ; v.94, p.165.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Summer night's caress, nocturne. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ;
Louisville, D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Henry Tolman, 1858.
11 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4242.
Lithographer/Engraver: Ben Marcato, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To Miss Eddie H. Lauman.
Shelf no.: v.44, p.295.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Twilight, romance. -- New York : Wm. Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P.
Faulds & Co. ; Boston, Russell & Tolman, 1859.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 4325.
Lithographer/Engraver: Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Shelf no.: v.17, p.247.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Why do I weep for thee. (Favorite songs and ballads, no.1) -- Louisville
: David P. Faulds, Main St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 425-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads. Singers.
Lyricist: Linley, G.
First line: Why do I weep for thee?.
Notes: "Sung by Catharine Hayes".
Shelf no.: v.62, p.189.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Winds that waft my sighs to thee, ballad. -- New York : William Hall &
Son ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Wm. C. Peters & Sons, 1856.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3700.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., engr.,N.Y. ; Clayton, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Challis, H.W.
First line: Winds that waft my sighs to thee.
Shelf no.: v.59, p.43 ; v.25, p.101.

Wallace, William Vincent.
Witches' dance, composed by Paganini, transcribed for the piano forte. -
- New York : William Hall & Son ; Louisville, G.W. Brainard & Co. ; New
Orleans, H.D. Hewitt ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field ; Baltimore, H. McCaffray.,
1852.
13 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2102.
Illustrations: cover single color lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Sarony & Major, New York, lith., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Transcriptions.
Shelf no.: v.97, p.1 ; LP ; v.115, p.199 ; v.34, p.147.

Wallerstein, Anton.
Un Dernier adieu. Galop Romanesque.Op.78. -- Louisville : D. P. Faulds.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1484-9.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, Eng., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Galops.
Notes: "To Miss Annie Thomas, of Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: v.3, p.397.

Wallerstein, Anton.
Fairy bell polka. Princess Maude. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.,
Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 694-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Shelf no.: PS.

Wallerstein, Anton.
Jenny Lind's favorite polka. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ;
Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1218.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas. Jenny Lind.
Notes: Composer spelled,"Wallerstien" [sic].
Shelf no.: v.4, p.193.

Wallerstein, Anton.
Jenny Lind's favorite polka. (Bright rays). -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.70 Main St., 1848.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 281=2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Jenny Lind. Polkas.
Arranger: Curtiss, N.P.B.
Notes: c1848 by C.H. Keith, Mass.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.71.

[Wallerstein, Anton]
Jenny Lind's favorite polka. (Pleasures of home, no.8). Jenny Lind
polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field ;
Baltimore, W.C. Peters.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Arranger: Muller, Julius E.
Medium: Piano, 4 hands.
Subject: Piano, 4 hands.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.145.

Wanhall, J.
Pretty Polly Hopkins. Tyrolean air. (Popular melodies, arranged with
easy variations, no.4). -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 433-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.181.

Ward, Charlie L.
Bingen on the Rhine. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 223 Main St., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1404-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Scharr, J.,St.Louis, engr.,cover ;Slinglandt, J.,engr.
& pr.,music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Norton, Mrs.
First line: Soldier of the Legion.
Notes: To Miss Lizzie Golden. "As sung by S.C. Campbell".
Shelf no.: LS.

Ward, Charlie L.
Douglas polka. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co ; Nashville, J.A.
McClure ; Cincinnati, Jno. Church, Jr., 1860.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 658-4.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hull & Brother, printers, cover ; Slinglandt, J.,eng. &
pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To the friends of democracy.
Shelf no.: v.14, p.76.

Ward, Charlie L.
Fading, still fading. (Sacred music). -- Louisville : Louis Tripp ;
Washington, D.C., Ellis & Co., 937 Pennsylvania Ave., 1869.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Sacred songs.
First line: Fading still fading.
Shelf no.: LS ; v.68, p.31.

Ward, Charlie L.
Gentle Jenny Gray. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Milwauki, H.N.
Hempstead ; Nashville, J.A. McClure., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 894-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Singing groups.
First line: Tangled briar creepeth.
Notes: "To John & Henry Hall. Sung by Kunkel's Nightengales & Charlie Melville
of Warden's opera troupe". Autographed cover.
Shelf no.: LS ;v.57,p.227 ;v.78,p.97 ;v.82,p.91 ; v.107, p.289.

Ward, Charlie L.
Give my button string to sister. -- Louisville, : D.P. Faulds, no.70
Main St., 1870.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1796-4.
Illustrations: cover lith.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart & Mapother, lith., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Linley, Florence.
First line: Give my button string to Sister.
Notes: To Ida J. Cragg.
Shelf no.: LS.

Ward, Charlie L.
I am dying Egypt, dying! The only correct edition. -- Louisville : D.P.
Faulds ; Memphis & New Orleans, Blelock & Co ; Richmond, Bonner & Sapper,
1865.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 1424-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War.
Lyricist: Lyttle, W.H.
First line: I am dying, Egypt, dying.
Notes: To Miss Ellen Molloy, Memphis, Tenn.
Shelf no.: LS 2 cops. ; v.88, p.121.

Ward, Charlie L.
I cannot call her mother. (Collections of songs & pieces, no.4). Step
mother. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1858.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 546.4.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Charlie Ward.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart, Mapother & Co., lith., Louisville, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bolton, Sarah T., Mrs.
First line: Marriage rite is over.
Notes: To Edward Halliday.
Shelf no.: v.62, p.473.

Ward, Charlie L.
I'm coming to my Dixie home. I'm coming home to Dixie. -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds & Co. ; St.Louis ; Balmer & Weber ; Nashville & Memphis, J.S.
McClure, 1861.
5 p. of music ; 25x33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1333-4.
Illustrations: cover single color lith.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War-Confederate.
Lyricist: Richard, J.G.
First line: I'm coming to my Dixie home.
Notes: To George Christy. "As sung by Geo. Christy's Minstrels".
Shelf no.: v.14, p.79.

Ward, Charlie L.
Katie's secret. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 70 Main St. ; Richmond, Va.
Bonner & Sapper., 1865.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1407-4.
Illustrations: cover colored lithograph.
Lithographer/Engraver: German & Bro., lith., cover ; J. Slinglandt, engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Buckner, A.S.
First line: Sunlight is beautiful, Mother.
Notes: To Miss Coe Lewis,of Griffin, Ga.
Shelf no.: v.88, p.195.

Ward, Charlie L.
Laura waltz, as played by Strauss. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ;
N.York, Wm. Hall & Son ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Cole, Will.,engr., Slinglandt, J.,pr., cover
;Slinglandt, J.,music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Laura P. Thommasson.
Shelf no.: LP 2 cops.

Ward, Charlie L.
Leander polka. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds, Main St. ; Cincinnati,
W.F. Colburn ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 890-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Agnes Robertson.
Shelf no.: LP.

Ward, Charlie L.
Little ones at home. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Boston Russell
& Richardson ; St.Louis, C. Fritz, 1856.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 2003-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, Louisville, engr. cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Hayes, William.
First line: Tho' far away from home.
Notes: To James A. McClure, Nashville, Tenn.
Shelf no.: v.62, p.497 ; v.14, p.69 [1858] ; LS [lith. cover, Robyn & Co.].

Ward, Charlie L.
Lula Bell. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Memphis & New Orleans, Blelock
& Co. ; Richmond, Bonner & Sapper, 1865.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 896-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Burnett, Alf.
First line: Draw aside the snowy curtains.
Notes: To Miss Jennie Withers, Tuskeegee, Ala.
Shelf no.: LS.

Ward, Charlie L.
My darling. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.70 Main St., 1866.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover lith. printed with color.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: 1443-4.
First line: Whithout you, without you, my darling!.
Notes: "To Miss Pinkie Miller, Choctaw County, Miss.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Ward, Charlie L.
Natalie waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; N.York, Wm. Hall &
Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1858.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 1094-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Lucy J. Curd, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: LP.

Ward, Charlie L.
New play ground. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg ; New York Firth, Pond &
Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber, 1857.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 514.5.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Hays, Will S.
First line: Oh! don't you remember.
Notes: To Mollie L. Leonard. 2nd edition.
Shelf no.: v.62, p.491.

Ward, Charlie L.
Old play ground. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, W.C.
Peters & Sons ; Cincinnati, W.F. Colburn, 1855.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 883-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Allen, Edward J.
First line: I'm sitting today.
Notes: To Wm. Allen, esq. "Sung by Jos. H. McCann".
Shelf no.: v.67,p.21.

Ward, Charlie L.
Old play ground. (Charlie Wards collections of songs & pieces, l) --
Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Son ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1855.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 24-5.
Illustrations: cover lith. of Charlie L. Ward.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hart, Mapother & Co., lith., Louisville, cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Music publishers.
Lyricist: Allen, E.J.
First line: I'm sitting today.
Notes: c1855 by D.P. Faulds. LS c.2 cover lith. of Tripp & Cragg store.
Shelf no.: v.40,p.121 ; v.78,p.67 ; LS 2 cops.

Ward, Charlie L.
Our mother's grave. -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg, 109 Fourth St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; Phil., Sep. Winner, 1857.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 311.4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: We're kneeling by thy grave, mother.
Notes: To Chas. L. Thomasson. "Sung by Jos. H. McCann".
Shelf no.: v.62, p.485.

Ward, Charlie L.
Why do I love thee. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Nashville & Memphis,
J.A. McClure ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ;, 1860.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1166-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hull & Brother, pr., Louisville.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Burnett, Alf.
First line: Thine eyes like the stars.
Notes: To Miss Amelia C. Lurton. "As sung by Miss Caroline Richings".
Shelf no.: v.42, p.47.

Warren, Charles.
Louisville Legion quick step. -- Louisville : H.J. Peters & Co. ; New
York Firth, Hall & Pond.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1295-3.
Lithographer/Engraver: Tone, R.W., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Notes: "Dedicated to Colonel Humphrey Marshall".
Shelf no.: PS.

Watkin, Will. A.
Lead me, O Lord. Solo, duet and quartett. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,
no.165 4th Ave., 1879.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 4002-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voices with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Lead me, O Lord.
Notes: To my friend, Merrill A Weir, New Albany, Ind.
Shelf no.: LS.

Watson, Michael.
Little birdie mine. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3116-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr.,
music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: Tell me what thy song may be.
Notes: "To Miss Lucy H. Seaman, Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Waverly.
Beautiful bells. -- [Louisville] : .
2 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Illustrations: cover colored lith.
Subject: Advertisements.
Lyricist: Waverly.
First line: Beautiful bells, oh, beautiful bells.
Notes: "Presented by J.Henry Doerr, Market, bet. 9th and 10th Sts." "Copies
can be procured at Will. S. Hays'". Advertisements of Louisville businesses.
Shelf no.: v.98, p.267.

Waverly.
Beautiful bells! -- [Louisville] : Will S. Hays.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: advertisements and lith. cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Terrell, Dietz & Co., printers, Louisville.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Advertisements.
Lyricist: Waverly.
Arranger: Waverly.
First line: Beautiful bells, oh beautiful bells.
Notes: "Presented with the compliments of W.S. Anderson & Co., 154 West Market
St., Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: v.93, p.305.

Weber, C.G.
Peasant maiden's lament, ballad. Des Ma"dchen's Klage. -- St.Louis :
Balmer & Weber ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters &
Sons., 1851.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 234-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Fagan, engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
Lyricist: Hine, Charlie, English trans.
First line: Weary day to me goes sad.
Notes: To Miss Sarah Wetmore. English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.76, p.227.

Weber, C.H.
Echo of the Alps, a favorite waltz. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters, 1845.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 72.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Rosa E. Duncan.
Shelf no.: v.49, p.53.

Weber, C.H.
La Melancolie. Valse sentimentale. -- Louisville : W.C. Peters & Co. ;
Cincinnati Peters, Field & Co., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1232-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To his friends in Louisville.
Shelf no.: v.39, p.213 ; PS.

Weber, Carl Maria von.
Favorite waltz, from Oberon. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds.
2 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 501-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes. Opera themes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Weber, Carl Maria von.
Hunters chorus, from Webers opera, Der Freischutz. -- [Louisville] :
W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 761.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Arranger: Latour, T.
Shelf no.: v.112, p.99.

Weber, Carl Maria von.
Preciosa rondo. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 329-2.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Operas, selections.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.65.

Weber, Carl Maria von.
Preciosa, soprano solo, arr. for piano and flute accompaniment. --
Louisville : Constantin Kollros, 1887.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Bigelow, H.S., music typographer, Chicago, music.
Medium: Voice, with piano & flute.
Subject: Flute obligato. Opera songs.
Lyricist: Wolff, Pius Alexander, German.
Arranger: Kollros, C.
First line: Lonesome, though not lonely pining.
Notes: German, English & Italian words. English and Italian words from F.E.P.
Shelf no.: v.73, p.365.

Weber, Carl Maria von.
Tho' from him I love afar, song in the opera, Preciosa. -- Cincinnati :
W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field.
3 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 399.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Opera songs.
First line: Tho' from him I love afar.
Notes: German & English words.
Shelf no.: v.62, p.335.

[Weber, Carl Maria von].
Weber's last waltz. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 277-1.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.92, p.273.

[Weber, Carl Maria von].
Weber's last waltz. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
1 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: v.74, p.21.

Webster, E.Z.
Down on de banks ob Swanee Riber. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.,
Main St ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; New
York, Wm. Hall & Son, 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 725-5.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Reply songs. Negro songs.
Lyricist: Webster, E.Z.
First line: Down on de banks ob Swanee Riber.
Notes: Reply to "Old folks at home". "Sung by Wells' Minstrels".
Advertisement, p.5.
Shelf no.: v.86, p.93.

Webster, E.Z.
Stay, Jacob stay. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons., 1852.
p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 697-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Webster, E.Z.
First line: Now Jacob do stop teasing me.
Notes: To Joseph Benedict. Incomplete copy. Answer to "Wait for the wagon".
Shelf no.: v.82, p.332.

Webster, E.Z.
Why should'st thou ask to love me less. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co., Main St. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.,
1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 711-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Webster, E.Z.
First line: Why should'st thou ask to love me less?.
Notes: "Reply to: Id offer thee this hand of mine. To Miss Belle Blood, of
St.Louis".
Shelf no.: PS.

Webster, F.J.
Canary bird waltz. -- [Louisville] : W.C. Peters ; Louisville, Peters &
Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1847.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 964.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Inscribed to The Ladies of the Louisville Polka & Mazurka Club".
Shelf no.: PS.

Webster, F.J.
First love, or 'Tis twenty years! yes twenty years! -- Louisville : W.C.
Peters & Co., 507 Main St. ; Cincinnati, Peters, Field & Co., 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1211.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Cosby, F.
First line: 'Tis twenty years! Yes twenty years.
Notes: To Miss Mary Johnson, of Bardstown, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.45, p.161.

Webster, F.J.
Japonica waltz. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Co., West Fourth Street ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; St.Louis, Peters & Field, 1846.
4 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Anna J.C. Bell.
Shelf no.: v.45, p.125.

Webster, F.J.
New Orleans polka. (Ballroom polkas , no.2) -- : W.C. Peters ;
Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field., 1846.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 944.
Illustrations: cover engr. of dancer.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: "As danced by the pupils of Madam Arraline Brooks". To Miss Mary
Trabue.
Shelf no.: v.45, p.119.

Webster, F.J.
Sweet were my dreams of thee, a favorite ballad. -- Cincinnati : W.C.
Peters ; Louisville, Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field., 1847.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1128.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Naghel, L.H.
First line: Sweet were my dreams.
Notes: To Mrs. Mary S. Gale.
Shelf no.: PS; v.45, p.179; v.103, p.29 [pp.3,4 lacking].

Webster, F.J.
Sweet were my dreams of thee. -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ; Louisville
Peters & Webster ; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1128.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Naghel, L.H.
Arranger: Webster, F.J.
First line: Sweet were my dreams when far away.
Notes: To Mrs. Mary S. Gale.
Shelf no.: v.77, p.215.

Webster, F.J.
Sweet were my dreams of thee. -- Baltimore, : W.C. Peters; Louisville,
Peters & Webster; Cincinnati, Peters & Field, 1847.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1129.
Medium: Voice & guitar.
Subject: Guitar songs. Ballads.
Lyricist: Naghel, L.H.
First line: Sweet were my dreams when far away.
Notes: "Arranged to a melody composed by Charles H. Goff and respectfully
dedicated to Mrs. Mary S. Gale".
Shelf no.: PS.

Webster, I.B.
Bella Due. (Webster's admired songs and ballads, no.5). -- Louisville, :
G.W. Brainard & Co. ; Louisville, Ratcliffe, F.W. ; Cleveland, S.Brainard ;
Boston, O.Ditson ; Indianapolis, A.E.Jones., 1853.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 615-4.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Tapscott, J.B.
First line: Ah! Bella Due I love thee yet.
Shelf no.: LS.

Webster, I.B.
I would it were a dream. -- Louisville: David P. Faulds; Nashville,
J.A.McClure; Indianapolis, Willard & Stowell; Chicago, R.G.Greene., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2017-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt,J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: Hast, Prof.
First line: I would it were a dream love.
Notes: To Geo.D.Prentice.
Shelf no.: v.136, p.79.

Webster, I.B.
Old cottage clock. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., 109 Fourth St. ;
Cleveland, S. Brainard & Co. ; Nashville, J.B. West., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 768.4.
Illustrations: lith. cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: Robyn & Co., lith., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singing groups.
Lyricist: Swain, Charles.
First line: O! the old, old, clock.
Notes: "To S.C. Campbell of the "Campbell Minstrels".Advertisement: Webster &
Brother, daguerreotypists, Louisville, Ky. p.5.
Shelf no.: LS ; v.82, p.41.

Webster, I.B.
Old stage coach. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds ; N.York, Wm. Hall &
Son ; St.Louis, C. Fritz., 1857.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 2030-5.
Lithographer/Engraver: Coles, Will, engr., cover ; Slinglandt, J., engr. &
pr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney.
First line: Tho' others boast.
Shelf no.: LS.

Webster, J.P.
Harp of affection. A popular serenade. -- Cincinnati, : W.C. Peters &
Sons ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; Columbuls, C. Reed., 1852.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1796-5.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Mullen, B.F., Dr.
First line: Wake Lady wake.
Notes: To Miss R.C. Drake, of Indianapolis Ia.
Shelf no.: PS.

Weiss, Charles.
Chant of Danube waltz. (Gem collection of waltzes, polkas, no.4). Chant
de Danube waltz. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, Colburn & Field ;
Laffayette, Ia., Patrick & Crouse, 1855.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 871-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To Miss Ellen Ward. c1855 by Faulds, Stone & Morse.
Shelf no.: LP.

Weiss, Charles.
Diamond mazurka! -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Cincinnati, A.C. Peters &
Bro. ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber ; Chicago, Root & Cady., 1863.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1364-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Mazurkas.
Notes: To his amiable pupil, Miss Mollie VanBuren.
Shelf no.: v.88, p.213.

Weiss, Charles.
May flower polka. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co., Main St. ;
Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 691-4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Polkas.
Notes: To Miss Louisa Graf.
Shelf no.: v.127, p.85.

Weiss, Charles.
My Maryland, brilliant variations, for piano. -- Louisville : Tripp &
Cragg ; Mobile, Ala. Blackmar & Bro ; Montgomery, Ala., Schreiner & Son.,
1863.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 700.6.
Lithographer/Engraver: Perrine, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Variations.
Notes: To Miss Amanda Lyter.
Shelf no.: v.130, p.225.

Weiss, Charles.
Vespers and Magnificat, in E flat, for 4 voices ; with organ. --
Louisville : Tripp & Linton, 118 Main St., 1871.
30 p. of music ; 25x17 cm.
Medium: Chorus & organ.
Subject: Sacred music.
First line: Domine, ad adjuvandum me festina.
Notes: To Rev. Dr. F.X. Weninger, S.J. Bound chorus copy.
Shelf no.: LS.

Weller, H.P.
Answer to Ben Bolt. (Songs of the Boudoir, no.l). Ned Brace. --
Cincinnati, : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Peters & Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Balmer &
Weber ; New Orleans, W.T. Mayo., 1852.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1780-3.
Illustrations: cover embossed.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Reply song.
Lyricist: Lorraine, Claude.
First line: Oh yes! I remember full well, Ned Brace.
Notes: To Miss Sarah Beardsley.
Shelf no.: PS.

Weller, Mary B.
La Beth-dell waltzes. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, 519 Fourth Av., 1881.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: Labeth-Dell Waltzes-6.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: To William I Hunt.
Shelf no.: LP.

Weller, Mary B.
La Beth-dell waltzes. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 523 Fourth Ave.,
1882.
7 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: Labeth-Dell Waltzes-6.
Illustrations: multicolored lith. cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: LP.

Wellings, Milton.
At the ferry, ballad. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, no.519 Fourth Ave.
9 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 8.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Singers.
Lyricist: Weatherly, Frederick E.
First line: I can hear them o'er the meadows.
Notes: "Sung by Minnie Hauk".
Shelf no.: LS.

Wellings, Milton.
I'm afraid! -- Louisville : Henry Knofel, 210 West Market Street.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Conway, Hugh.
First line: Stream ran deep.
Shelf no.: LS.

Wellings, Milton.
Some day. -- Louisville : Emily Tripp, 519 Fourth Ave.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Conway, Hugh.
First line: I know not when.
Shelf no.: v.48, p.115.

Wendel, J.P.
Thine image dwells within my heart. (Songs of the Boudoir, no.4). --
Cincinnati, : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville, Peters & Webb & Co. ; St.Louis,
Balmer & Weber ; Cleveland,Holbrook & Long ; Memphis, P.Flavio ;New York,
Horace Waters., 1853.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1935-5.
Illustrations: Cover embossed.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Wendel, J.P.
First line: We oft have fadeless chaplets wreath'd.
Shelf no.: PS.

Wendel, John P.
Live-long weary day. German melody. Den lieben langen Tag. -- Cincinnati
: W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters, Cragg & Co. ; New York, Wm. Hall &
Son ; St.Louis, Balmer & Weber., 1856.
5 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 2677.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: German songs.
First line: The live-long weary day.
Notes: English & German words.
Shelf no.: v.95, p.165.

Werlein, Philip P.
I never have been false to thee. -- Boston : Oliver Ditson ; Louisville,
G.W. Brainard & Co. ; New York, Gould & Berry.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I never have been false to thee!.
Notes: To Miss Julia Legrand, of Miss. Springs.
Shelf no.: v.57, p.183.

Werner, Friedrich.
Floral waltz. -- Cincinnati : Peters, Field & Co. ; Louisville, W.C.
Peters & Co., 1848.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: no.7. Floral Waltz. 4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: "Composed for and performed at the Cincinnati Orphan Asylum Floral
Festival". To Mrs. Caleb Bates and the lady patrons of the above Association.
Shelf no.: v.39, p.229 ; v.4, p.123.

Westendorf, Thomas P.
Days that are gone seem the brightest. -- Louisville : Henry Knofel, 52
West Market Street., 1879.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Illustrations: cover printed with color.
Lithographer/Engraver: Keyser, Wm. H., & Co., music typographers, Phil.,
music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Westendorf, Thomas P.
First line: Days that are gone seem the brightest.
Notes: c1879 by W.F. Shaw.
Shelf no.: v.123, p.31.

Westendorf, Thomas P.
Gone with the angels. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds,165 Fourth Ave., 1878.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3070-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, engr., music.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: King, John Q.A., Gov.
First line: Farewell my dear child.
Notes: "In memory of Zeta King, Denver, Col.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Westendorf, Thomas P.
Little Colleen. (Westendorf's lastest and best songs). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, 165 4th Ave., 1878.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3089-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B.F., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Westendorf, Thomas P.
First line: I am thinking of thee.
Notes: "To Mrs. John C. Kalleen, Pontiac, Ills.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Westendorf, Thomas P.
Old times. (Thos. P. Westendorf's latest & best songs). -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds, 165 4th Ave., 1878.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 3092-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, B., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
First line: There's a beautiful song.
Notes: "To A. Z. Freeman, Louisville, Ky.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Westendorf, Thomas P.
Sad is the heart. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth Ave., 1877.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 3034-4.
Illustrations: colored lith., cover.
Lithographer/Engraver: German, Chas. W., lith., Lou., cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Reply songs.
Lyricist: Westendorf, Thomas P.
First line: Sad is the heart.
Notes: "Answer to Eilleen Allanna". "To my friend, Geo. W. Persley, Esq,
Chicago, Ill." Cover: c1876 by D.P. Faulds.
Shelf no.: LS.

Westendorf, Thomas P.
Sweet mem'ries of my childhood. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, 165 Fourth
Ave., 1878.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Pl. no.: 3076-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: multicolored lith. cover.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Lyricist: Winton, J.M., Mrs.
First line: Sweet mem'ries of my childhood.
Notes: "To W.H. Winton, esq., Indianapolis, Ind.".
Shelf no.: LS.

Whipple, H.G.S.
Oh! look on that banner! -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds ; Chicago, Root &
Cady ; Cleveland, S.Brainard & Co.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Hull & Brother, pr. & music typographers, Louisville.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Civil War. Union.
Lyricist: Wood, William F.
First line: Oh! look on that banner.
Notes: To the Anderson Guards, Louisville, Ky.
Shelf no.: v.42, p.67.

Whipple, H.G.S.
Return to me. -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds & Co. ; Memphis & Nashville,
J.A. McClure ; Cleveland, S. Brainard., 1859.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1129-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Dunbar, C., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Dyer, Sidney.
First line: When thou shalt find.
Notes: To James H. Huber.
Shelf no.: LS ; v.89, p.304 ; v.112, p.5.

Whipple, H.G.S.
When the humid shadows hover, or Rain upon the roof. -- Louisville :
D.P. Faulds & Co., 539 Main St. ; Faulds & Huber Masonic Temple ; N.Y.,Wm.
Hall & Son ; Boston, Henry Tolman ; Nashville, J.A. McClure, 1858.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 1098-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: C., W.A., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Kinney, Coates.
First line: When the humid shadows hover.
Notes: To Miss Fannie Montgomery.
Shelf no.: v.47, p.141; v.136, p.51, c.2.

White, Clement.
I'm as happy as the day is long. -- : , 1871.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 69-4.
Lithographer/Engraver: Mackellar, Smiths & Jordan, electrotypers,
Philadelphia.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Advertising.
Lyricist: Brougham, John.
First line: I'm as happy as the day is long.
Notes: "With the compliments of the within business houses of Louisville.To
the ladies visiting the 14 annual Fair, September 12,13,14,15 & l6, 1871".
Many Louisville business advertisements.
Shelf no.: v.44, 173 ; v.84, p.146 ; v.98, p.259.

Whiting, A.B.
Lena de L'orme! -- Louisville : D.P. Faulds, no.223 Main St., 1864.
5 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Slinglandt, J., engr. & pr., music.
Medium: For voice & piano.
Lyricist: Whiting, A.B.
First line: Yes thou art gone in the pride of thy youth.
Shelf no.: v.105, p.161.

Whitmore, Charles Shapland.
Isle of beauty fare thee well! -- Louisville : Tripp & Cragg.
3 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 57-3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bayly, Thomas H.
Arranger: Rawlings, T.A.
First line: Shades of evining close not o'er us.
Notes: "From the first volume of Songs to Rosa".
Shelf no.: v.95, p.275.

Whitmore, Charles Shapland.
Isle of beauty fare thee well! -- Louisville : Peters, Webb & Co.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 57-3.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Bayly, Thomas H.
Arranger: Rawlings, T.A.
First line: Shades of ev'ning close not.
Notes: Lyrics"from the First Volume of Songs to Rosa".
Shelf no.: v.77, p.207.

Wiesenthal, Thomas Van Dyke.
Ingle side, a popular Scotch song. -- Louisville : Daivd [sic] P. Faulds
& Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 297-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: It's rare to see the morning breeze.
Shelf no.: v.82, p.229.

Wiesenthal, Thomas Van Dyke.
The Ingle side, a popular Scotch song. -- Louisville : Peters, Webb &
Co.
2 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 297-2.
Lithographer/Engraver: Webb, L.W., engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Scotch songs.
First line: It's rare to see the morning breeze.
Shelf no.: v.66, p.67 ; v.82, p.229.

Wiesenthal, Thomas Van Dyke.
Fading, still fading, evening hymn -- Baltimore : W.C. Peters ;
Cincinnati, Peters & Field ; Louisville, Peters, Webb & Co.
2 p. of music ; 32 cm.
Pl. no.: 1625-2.
Medium: Voice & chorus, with piano.
First line: Fading, still fading.
Notes: "Dedicated to the Sisterhood of St. Joseph". Composer spelled
"Weisenthal" [sic] on copy.
Shelf no.: PS.

Williams, Thomas.
The Soldier's grave -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard & Co., Fourth St.
4 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 259.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Lyricist: Wolfe, Chas., Rev.
First line: Not a drum was heard.
Notes: "Written on the death of Sir John Moore".
Shelf no.: v.16, p.103.

Wilson, G.D.
By the brook, op.124. (Summer sketches, no.3). Six melodies for the
young pianist. -- Louisville : Henry Knoefel, 210 W. Market, 1882.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Tharburn, N.Y., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: Imprint stamped on front cover. c1882 by W.F. Shaw.
Shelf no.: v.73, p.109.

[Winner, Septimus] Hawthorne, A.
Chimes of the Monastery, adapted to the air "Le Cloches du Monastre." --
Philadelphia, : Winner & Shuster; Louisville, Faulds, Stone & Morse;
Washington, D.C., Hilbus & Hitz; Indianapolis, A.E. Jones & Co., 1854.
5 p. of music ; 35 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Gaw,R.M., engr., cover.
Medium: Voice & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Arranger: Meignen, Leopold.
Notes: To Miss Caroline Richings.
Shelf no.: LS.

Winner, Septimus.
Madame Angot waltz. -- Louisville : Jas. H. Cragg, 160 Fourth St., 1876.
5 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Notes: c1875 by Sep. Winner on cover.
Shelf no.: LP.

Winner, Septimus.
Royal march, for piano or parlor organ. -- Louisville : Henry Knofel, 52
West Market Street, 1876.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Keyser, Wm.H., & Co., music typographers, Phil., music.
Medium: Piano or parlor organ.
Subject: Marches.
Notes: To Miss May Royal, Germantown. c1876 by Sep. Winner.
Shelf no.: v.123, p.139.

Winter, J.
I'd offer thee this hand of mine. -- Louisville : G.W. Brainard, & Co.,
Fourth St.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 805.2.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: I'd offer thee this hand of mine.
Shelf no.: LS.

Wollenhaupt, Hermann A.
Caprice fantastique. Op.35. -- New York : William Hall & Son ;
Louisville, David P. Faulds ; New York, C. Breusing ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters
& Sons.
15 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3696.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., N.Y., engr. cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: a` Mlle. Allie Harrington, a` New York.
Shelf no.: v.129, p.33.

Wollenhaupt, Hermann A.
Magic pen, schottisch. -- New York : Cook & Bro. ; Louisville, Faulds,
Stone & Marsh ; St.Louis, Fritz & Derleth., 1854.
9 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To T.J. Cook.
Shelf no.: v.31, p.287.

Wollenhaupt, Hermann A.
Nocturne, op.29, no.10. Morceaux pour le piano, X. -- New York : Wm.
Hall & Son ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds ; New Orleans, P.P. Werlein ; Vienne,
C.A. Spina.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3962.
Lithographer/Engraver: Leeson, H., N.Y., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: To his friend, William Mason.
Shelf no.: v.129, p.289.

Wollenhaupt, Hermann A.
Schottisch. (Deux morceaux de salon). Op.37, no.l -- New York : William
Hall & Sons ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3684.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., N.Y., engr. cover ; Clayton, engr.,
music.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Schottisches.
Notes: To Miss Cordelia Bridge.
Shelf no.: v.71, p.95.

Wollenhaupt, Hermann A.
Souvenir de Niagara, grand divertissement de bravoure. Op.34. -- New
York : William Hall & Son ; Louisville, David P. Faulds ; New York, C.
Breusing ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons.
15 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 3694.
Lithographer/Engraver: Pearson, J.C., N.Y., engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Notes: a` son e'le`ve, Mlle. Frederika Porter, de Niagara.
Shelf no.: v.109, p.109.

Woodbury, I.B.
Take me home to die. Last request. -- New York : Firth, Pond & Co. ;
Louisville Peters, Webb & Co. ; St.Louis, Wakelam & Iucho., 1850.
5 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 912.
Lithographer/Engraver: Wakelam, engr., cover ; Quidor, engr., music.
Medium: Voice & piano.
First line: This land is very bright, mother.
Notes: Twentieth edition.
Shelf no.: LS.

Woolcott, Francis.
Bell Brandon. -- St.Louis : Balmer & Weber ; Louisville, D.P. Faulds &
Co. ; Cincinnati, W.C. Peters & Sons, 1854.
6 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Pl. no.: 646=4.
Medium: Voice with chorus, & piano.
Subject: Ballads.
Lyricist: Garrett, T.Ellwood.
First line: 'Neath a tree by the margin of the woodland.
Notes: To Miss Josephine Hewett, Baltimore. 100th edition.
Shelf no.: v.11, p.217.

Wright, Charles.
Baldwin march. -- Louisville : D.H. Baldwin & Co., 1899.
2 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Illustrations: lith. of Baldwin buildings back cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Marches.
Shelf no.: LP.

Zaleucus.
Giraffe waltz. -- Cincinnati : W.C. Peters & Sons ; Louisville Peters,
Webb & Co. ; Cleveland, Holbrook & Long.
3 p. of music ; 33 cm.
Pl. no.: 1344-3.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Waltzes.
Shelf no.: PS.

Zaleucus.
Herculean quick step. -- Louisville : David P. Faulds.
4 p. of music ; 36 cm.
Pl. no.: 875.4.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Quick steps.
Shelf no.: LP ; v.123, p.195.

Zoeller, Ernest.
Spring leaves. Melodie by G. Linley. -- Louisville : Louis Tripp, no.118
Main St., 1871.
7 p. of music ; 34 cm.
Lithographer/Engraver: Reed, engr., cover.
Medium: Piano.
Subject: Transcriptions.
Shelf no.: LP.

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