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Ode to liberty. Cordially dedicated to all the human race

Our land a national song

Honor to Washington. A national ode

God and our union

Rising of the people. "The drum-tap rattles through the land"

The old Union wagon

The last ditch polka d'accacia / drawn & engd. by H.F. Greene, Boston.

Parting at the gate

Roll along, roll along, shout the campaign battle song

Leaflets [title page only]

Moonbeams [title page only]

Music on the water

Post-horn - Die Post

Non ̈ver - Can it be?

The Chalet horn

Thou everywhere

Patience. Libretto. English

Bartlett's quick step

Jamie's on the stormy sea

La cant Americaine variaitons on Brown's popular m

Little Gerty and Uncle True

Colonello waltz

Falka waltzes

Bonny boat schottisch

Chit chat polka

Home of my childhood

The Union

The Union, a national song

Cora Dean song

Possenti numi

Gen. Baker's funeral march

The Dying soldier, or Kiss me good night mother

Port Royal, grand march

Our native land

Major General McClellan's grand march

The Young volunteer

Rocklawn summer wildwood

Glory! glory! hallelujah!

Our banner shall wave forever

Rally for the banner

The Hero's grave

Genl. Burnside's victory march

All hail to the day

Oh we miss you at home

Our Volunteers

Ole massa on he trabbels gone

Rally round the flag

Eldora polka

Marche funebre

Keep this bible near your heart

The Old ship of state

From the red battlefield, or The Dead volunteers

Mary of the wildwood

Soldier to his mother

Drummer boy's march

Farragut's grand march

How do you like it, Jefferson D?

The soldier's request

The Alabama and Kearsarge

Would I could see my father

Mount boys mount


If I sleep, will mother come

That's what the niggers then will do

The Chelsea war widow

The Sour apple tree

The Green Shenandoah

They buried him in a watery grave

Richmond has fallen

The Union wagon

Mocking bird nocturne

Mocking bird galop

Mocking bird minuet

Mocking bird polonaise

Love's chidings

Champagne Charlie galop

The bright beyond

Gen. Shaler's march

Sheridan's Ride

Fleeting years

Willow Glen march

Silver bells

Mama lay me down to rest


I think of thee

The Village blacksmith's bride

Carnival of Venice

Homeless Nelly

Saratoga belles waltzes

Agnethe waltz

Sans Souci

' Twas like a spirit's sigh

Robin Adair, variation and waltz (Golden Echoes)

Cape girls galop

Morning breaks upon the tomb

First dream of love and Lost illusions

Only hope

The Beautiful flower nocturne

Christmas Eve

The Golden Streets

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