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Songs and compositions, by Stephen Collins Foster

Label
Songs and compositions
Title
Songs and compositions
Statement of responsibility
by Stephen Collins Foster
Title variation
  • Songs, compositions and arrangements
  • Foster Hall reproductions
Creator
Contributor
Composer
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Accompanying matter
historical information
Cataloging source
UMK
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1826-1864
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Foster, Stephen Collins
Credits note
Produced by the staff of Foster Hall: Walter R. Whittlesey, Fletcher Hodges, Jr., Katharine W. Copley, Dorothy J. Black, Eli Messenger, and Josiah K. Lilly
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
multiple score formats
LC call number
M1620.F753
LC item number
F67 1938
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
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staff notation
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  • 1861-1948
  • 1861-1936
  • 1906-2006
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  • Lilly, Josiah Kirby
  • Whittlesey, Walter R.
  • Hodges, Fletcher
  • Copley, Katharine W.
  • Black, Dorothy J.
  • Messenger, Eli
  • University of Pittsburgh
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  • Instrumental music
  • Songs, English
  • Music
Label
Songs and compositions, by Stephen Collins Foster
Instantiates
Note
  • Popular songs, hymns, and dance music, in part arranged
  • "The Foster Hall reproductions of the songs .... include two hundred discovered songs and [instrumental] compositions [in first and early editions], to which are added all known arrangements of [Foster's] ... own work and also his arrangements of the work of others"--1933 Foreword
  • Instructions for revising the 1933 Foster Hall Reproductions index book tipped in
  • Index including title, author, chronological, publisher, dedication, first line, and classified indexes bound into volume I
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Volume I. Index ; [Titles] A-Le: Ah! may the red rose live alway ; Ah! my child = Ah mon fils ; All day long ; Angelina Baker ; The angels are singing unto me ; Annie my love ; Away down south ; Beautiful child of song ; Beautiful dreamer ; The beautiful shore ; Better days are coming ; Better times are coming ; Bridal waltz ; The bright hills of glory ; Bring my brother back to me ; Broadway quickstep ; Bury me in the morning, mother ; Byerly's waltz ; Caliph of Bagdad ; Cally polka ; Camptown races ; Cane brake jig ; Choral harp ; Come where my love lies dreaming ; Come where the fountains play ; Come with thy sweet voice again ; Commence ye darkies all ; Comrades, fill no glass for me ; Cora Dean ; Coral schottisch ; Crystal schottisch ; The daughter of the regiment ; Dearer than life ; Don't be idle ; Don't bet your money on de Shanghai ; Dolcy Jones ; Dolly Day ; Down among the cane brakes ; A dream of my mother and my home ; Ellen Bayne ; Eulalie ; Evening star waltz ; Fairy Belle ; Farewell mother dear ; Farewell my Lilly dear ; Farewell old cottage ; Farewell sweet mother ; Fighting for the flag day and night ; For the dear old flag I die ; For thee love for thee ; French quadrille no. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4, no. 5 ; Gentle Annie ; Gentle Lena Clare ; Give the stranger happy cheer ; Give this to mother ; Give us this day our daily bread ; The Glendy Burk ; Golden dreams & fairy castles! ; The great baby show, or, The abolition show ; Happy hours at home ; Happy land ; Happy little ones are we ; Hard times come again no more ; He leadeth me beside still waters ; He'll come home ; Hohnstock polka ; The holiday schottisch ; Home, heavenly home! ; The hour for thee and me ; I cannot sing tonight ; I love the merry sunshine ; I see her still in my dreams ; I'll be a soldier ; I'll be home tomorrow ; I will be true to thee ; I'd be a fairy ; I would not die in springtime ; I would not die in summer time ; I'd offer thee this hand of mine ; If you've only got a moustache ; In the eye abides the heart ; Irene ; Italian melodies no. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4, no. 5 ; Jeanie with the light brown hair ; Jennie's own schottisch Jenny's coming o'er the green ; Jenny June ; Katy Bell ; Katy darling ; Kiss me dear mother ; Kissing in the dark ; Larry's good bye ; Laura Lee ; Leave me with my mother ; Lena our loved one is gone --
  • Volume II. [Titles] Li-Sl: Lily Ray ; Linda has departed ; Linger in blissful repose ; The little ballad girl ; Little Belle Blair ; Little Ella ; Little Ella's an angel ; Little Jenny Dow ; Little Mac! little Mac, you're the very man ; Lizzie dies tonight ; Long ago day ; Lou'siana belle ; The love I bear thee ; Love launched a fair boat ; Lucia gems no. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4, no. 5 ; Lucia di Lammermoor duett ; Lulu is gone ; Maggie by my side ; Make me no gaudy chaplet now ; Maria redowa ; Mary loves the flowers ; Massa's in de cold ground ; Melinda May ; Merry little birds are we ; The merry, merry month of May ; Mine is the mourning heart ; My old Kentucky home, good night ; My wife is a knowing woman ; Nancy Till ; Nell and I ; Nelly Bly ; Nelly was a lady ; No home, no home ; No one to love ; None shall weep a tear for me ; Nothing but a plain old soldier ; Oh! boys, carry me 'long ; Oh! 'tis glorious ; Oh! Lemuel! ; Oh! meet me dear mother ; O summer night ; Oh! Susanna ; Oh! tell me my mother ; Oh! there's no such girl as mine ; Oh! why am I so happy? ; I would I were a boy again ; Old black Joe ; Old dog Tray ; Old folks at home ; Old folks quadrilles ; Old memories ; The old pine tree ; Old uncle Ned ; On the banks of the Guadalquiver ; On to the field of glory ; Once I loved thee Mary dear ; Onward and upward ; Open thy lattice love ; Our bright summer days are gone ; Our darling Kate ; Our Willie dear is dying ; Over the river ; Parthenia to Ingomar ; Pearl polka ; A penny for your thoughts ; Pirate's chorus ; Plantation jig ; Poor drooping maiden ; Praise the Lord ; Preciosa ; The pure, the bright, the beautiful ; Rainbow schottisch ; Ring de banjo ; Roll on, silver moon ; Sadly to mine heart appealing ; Santa Anna's retreat from Buena Vista ; Saratoga Lake waltz ; Scenes are the brightest ; Seek and ye shall find ; La sérénade ; She was all the world to me ; Sitting by my own cabin door ; Slumber my darling --
  • Volume III. [Titles] So-Z: The social orchestra ; Soirée polka ; A soldier in de colored brigade ; The solder's home ; Some folks ; Somebodies coming to see me tonight ; The song of all songs ; Sontag polka ; Sorrow shall come again no more ; The spirit of my song ; Stand up for the flag! ; Stand up for the truth ; Stay summer breath ; Suffer little children come to me ; Summer longings ; Sweet Emerald Isle that I love so well ; Sweet little maid of the mountain ; Sweetly she sleeps, my Alice fair ; Tears bring thoughts of heaven ; Tell me love of thy early dreams ; Tell me of the angels, mother ; That's what's the matte r; There are plenty of fish in the sea ; There's a good time coming ; There's a land of bliss ; There is a land of love ; There was a time ; This rose will remind you ; Thou art gone from my gaze ; Thou art the queen of my song ; A thousand miles from home ; The Tioga waltz ; 'Tis my father's song ; Ton-Mahrchen waltz ; Turn not away ; Twlight song ; Under the willow she's sleeping ; The village bells polka ; Village festival jig, quadrille no. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4 ; The village maiden ; Virginia Belle ; The voice of by gone days ; The voices that are gone ; Wait for the wagon ; Waltz by Beethoven ; Waltz by Lanner ; Waltz by Strauss ; Was my brother in the battle? ; Way down in Ca-i-ro ; Way down south in Alabama ; We are coming Father Abraam, 300,000 more ; We've a million in the field ; We'll all meet our saviour ; We will keep a bright lookout ; We'll still keep marching on ; We'll tune our hearts ; What does every good child say? ; What must a fairy's dream be? ; What shall the harvest be? ; When dear friends are gone ; When old friends were here ; When this dreadful war is ended ; Where are the friends of my youth? ; Where has Lula gone? ; Where is thy spirit Mary? ; While the bowl goes round ; While we work for the Lord ; The White House chair ; Why have my loved ones gone? ; Why no one to love? ; Widow Machree ; The wife, or, He'll come home ; The wild haunts for me ; Will you come to my mountain home? ; Will you love me then, as now? ; Willie's gone to heaven ; Willie has gone to war ; Willie my brave ; Willie we have missed you ; Wilt thou be gone love? ; Wilt thou be true? ; Would I were with thee
Control code
1119669334
Dimensions
33 cm
Extent
1 score (3 volumes)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)1119669334
Label
Songs and compositions, by Stephen Collins Foster
Note
  • Popular songs, hymns, and dance music, in part arranged
  • "The Foster Hall reproductions of the songs .... include two hundred discovered songs and [instrumental] compositions [in first and early editions], to which are added all known arrangements of [Foster's] ... own work and also his arrangements of the work of others"--1933 Foreword
  • Instructions for revising the 1933 Foster Hall Reproductions index book tipped in
  • Index including title, author, chronological, publisher, dedication, first line, and classified indexes bound into volume I
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Volume I. Index ; [Titles] A-Le: Ah! may the red rose live alway ; Ah! my child = Ah mon fils ; All day long ; Angelina Baker ; The angels are singing unto me ; Annie my love ; Away down south ; Beautiful child of song ; Beautiful dreamer ; The beautiful shore ; Better days are coming ; Better times are coming ; Bridal waltz ; The bright hills of glory ; Bring my brother back to me ; Broadway quickstep ; Bury me in the morning, mother ; Byerly's waltz ; Caliph of Bagdad ; Cally polka ; Camptown races ; Cane brake jig ; Choral harp ; Come where my love lies dreaming ; Come where the fountains play ; Come with thy sweet voice again ; Commence ye darkies all ; Comrades, fill no glass for me ; Cora Dean ; Coral schottisch ; Crystal schottisch ; The daughter of the regiment ; Dearer than life ; Don't be idle ; Don't bet your money on de Shanghai ; Dolcy Jones ; Dolly Day ; Down among the cane brakes ; A dream of my mother and my home ; Ellen Bayne ; Eulalie ; Evening star waltz ; Fairy Belle ; Farewell mother dear ; Farewell my Lilly dear ; Farewell old cottage ; Farewell sweet mother ; Fighting for the flag day and night ; For the dear old flag I die ; For thee love for thee ; French quadrille no. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4, no. 5 ; Gentle Annie ; Gentle Lena Clare ; Give the stranger happy cheer ; Give this to mother ; Give us this day our daily bread ; The Glendy Burk ; Golden dreams & fairy castles! ; The great baby show, or, The abolition show ; Happy hours at home ; Happy land ; Happy little ones are we ; Hard times come again no more ; He leadeth me beside still waters ; He'll come home ; Hohnstock polka ; The holiday schottisch ; Home, heavenly home! ; The hour for thee and me ; I cannot sing tonight ; I love the merry sunshine ; I see her still in my dreams ; I'll be a soldier ; I'll be home tomorrow ; I will be true to thee ; I'd be a fairy ; I would not die in springtime ; I would not die in summer time ; I'd offer thee this hand of mine ; If you've only got a moustache ; In the eye abides the heart ; Irene ; Italian melodies no. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4, no. 5 ; Jeanie with the light brown hair ; Jennie's own schottisch Jenny's coming o'er the green ; Jenny June ; Katy Bell ; Katy darling ; Kiss me dear mother ; Kissing in the dark ; Larry's good bye ; Laura Lee ; Leave me with my mother ; Lena our loved one is gone --
  • Volume II. [Titles] Li-Sl: Lily Ray ; Linda has departed ; Linger in blissful repose ; The little ballad girl ; Little Belle Blair ; Little Ella ; Little Ella's an angel ; Little Jenny Dow ; Little Mac! little Mac, you're the very man ; Lizzie dies tonight ; Long ago day ; Lou'siana belle ; The love I bear thee ; Love launched a fair boat ; Lucia gems no. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4, no. 5 ; Lucia di Lammermoor duett ; Lulu is gone ; Maggie by my side ; Make me no gaudy chaplet now ; Maria redowa ; Mary loves the flowers ; Massa's in de cold ground ; Melinda May ; Merry little birds are we ; The merry, merry month of May ; Mine is the mourning heart ; My old Kentucky home, good night ; My wife is a knowing woman ; Nancy Till ; Nell and I ; Nelly Bly ; Nelly was a lady ; No home, no home ; No one to love ; None shall weep a tear for me ; Nothing but a plain old soldier ; Oh! boys, carry me 'long ; Oh! 'tis glorious ; Oh! Lemuel! ; Oh! meet me dear mother ; O summer night ; Oh! Susanna ; Oh! tell me my mother ; Oh! there's no such girl as mine ; Oh! why am I so happy? ; I would I were a boy again ; Old black Joe ; Old dog Tray ; Old folks at home ; Old folks quadrilles ; Old memories ; The old pine tree ; Old uncle Ned ; On the banks of the Guadalquiver ; On to the field of glory ; Once I loved thee Mary dear ; Onward and upward ; Open thy lattice love ; Our bright summer days are gone ; Our darling Kate ; Our Willie dear is dying ; Over the river ; Parthenia to Ingomar ; Pearl polka ; A penny for your thoughts ; Pirate's chorus ; Plantation jig ; Poor drooping maiden ; Praise the Lord ; Preciosa ; The pure, the bright, the beautiful ; Rainbow schottisch ; Ring de banjo ; Roll on, silver moon ; Sadly to mine heart appealing ; Santa Anna's retreat from Buena Vista ; Saratoga Lake waltz ; Scenes are the brightest ; Seek and ye shall find ; La sérénade ; She was all the world to me ; Sitting by my own cabin door ; Slumber my darling --
  • Volume III. [Titles] So-Z: The social orchestra ; Soirée polka ; A soldier in de colored brigade ; The solder's home ; Some folks ; Somebodies coming to see me tonight ; The song of all songs ; Sontag polka ; Sorrow shall come again no more ; The spirit of my song ; Stand up for the flag! ; Stand up for the truth ; Stay summer breath ; Suffer little children come to me ; Summer longings ; Sweet Emerald Isle that I love so well ; Sweet little maid of the mountain ; Sweetly she sleeps, my Alice fair ; Tears bring thoughts of heaven ; Tell me love of thy early dreams ; Tell me of the angels, mother ; That's what's the matte r; There are plenty of fish in the sea ; There's a good time coming ; There's a land of bliss ; There is a land of love ; There was a time ; This rose will remind you ; Thou art gone from my gaze ; Thou art the queen of my song ; A thousand miles from home ; The Tioga waltz ; 'Tis my father's song ; Ton-Mahrchen waltz ; Turn not away ; Twlight song ; Under the willow she's sleeping ; The village bells polka ; Village festival jig, quadrille no. 1, no. 2, no. 3, no. 4 ; The village maiden ; Virginia Belle ; The voice of by gone days ; The voices that are gone ; Wait for the wagon ; Waltz by Beethoven ; Waltz by Lanner ; Waltz by Strauss ; Was my brother in the battle? ; Way down in Ca-i-ro ; Way down south in Alabama ; We are coming Father Abraam, 300,000 more ; We've a million in the field ; We'll all meet our saviour ; We will keep a bright lookout ; We'll still keep marching on ; We'll tune our hearts ; What does every good child say? ; What must a fairy's dream be? ; What shall the harvest be? ; When dear friends are gone ; When old friends were here ; When this dreadful war is ended ; Where are the friends of my youth? ; Where has Lula gone? ; Where is thy spirit Mary? ; While the bowl goes round ; While we work for the Lord ; The White House chair ; Why have my loved ones gone? ; Why no one to love? ; Widow Machree ; The wife, or, He'll come home ; The wild haunts for me ; Will you come to my mountain home? ; Will you love me then, as now? ; Willie's gone to heaven ; Willie has gone to war ; Willie my brave ; Willie we have missed you ; Wilt thou be gone love? ; Wilt thou be true? ; Would I were with thee
Control code
1119669334
Dimensions
33 cm
Extent
1 score (3 volumes)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)1119669334

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