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Mary will smile sung by Miss Broadhurst

Mary will smile sung by Miss Broadhurst

Song with recitative. For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

The little sailor boy

The little sailor boy

For voice and piano; guitar part printed at end. LC Copy 1 has inscribed on back, in ink: No. 201 Title of "The little sailor boy" (music) deposited 22d January 1798 by Benj. Carr as author & prop.

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richard

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richar...

For high voice and piano; the first and third works with part for flute or guitar. LC copy 2 imperfect: pages 3-7 wanting. LC Copy 2 has inscribed on title page: No. 232 Title page of Three Ballads deposited 17... More

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richard

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richar...

For high voice and piano. Title page only submitted as copyright deposit. "No. 232 Title page of Three Ballads deposited 17th May 1799 by Benjamin Carr as author." Staff notation. (language)

Poor Mary sung by Mrs. Broadhurst in the Italian monk

Poor Mary sung by Mrs. Broadhurst in the Italian monk

For high voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

Ballads from the poem of the Lady of the Lake

Ballads from the poem of the Lady of the Lake

Mary -- Soldier rest -- Hymn to the Virgin : Ave Maria -- Blanche of Devan -- Alice Brand -- Coronach.

The maid of Lodi
Thou art gone awa' a Scoth ballad

Thou art gone awa' a Scoth ballad

Song, piano or harp acc.

Tell me, soldier

Tell me, soldier

For piano. Staff notation. (language)

Preludes

Preludes

Pfte., 2 hds.

Allen a dale from Rokeby

Allen a dale from Rokeby

For voice and piano.

The pianoforte waltz composed by B. Carr

The pianoforte waltz composed by B. Carr

For piano. Staff notation. (language)

Masonic ode

Masonic ode

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1820-1860 (Microfilm M 3106) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form) In bound volumes: Copyright Deposits 1820-1860

Creation With Verdure Clad ; arranged

Creation With Verdure Clad ; arranged

English words. (language) Staff notation. (language)

Mantua waltz

Mantua waltz

Staff notation. (language)

Captain James O. Chandler of Chandler's New Hampshire Infantry Company, Co. I, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, and Co. C, 1st New Hampshire Heavy Artillery Regiment in uniform Benjamin Carr, photographer, No. 114 Main Street, Concord, N.H

Captain James O. Chandler of Chandler's New Hampshire Infantry Company...

Photograph shows identified soldier. Title devised by Library staff. Tax stamp on verso. Gift; Tom Liljenquist; 2016; (DLC/PP-2017:171, formerly deposit D072) Purchased from: The Horse Soldier, Gettysburg, Penn... More

The Orphan Boy

The Orphan Boy

For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

Why Huntress Why sung by Mr. Tyker in the opera of the archers at the New York theatre and by Mr. John Darley at the concerts in Philadelphia
Four ballads three from Shakespear and one by Harwood

Four ballads three from Shakespear and one by Harwood

Staff notation. (language) When icicles hang by the wall : from Shakespear's Love's labor lost -- Take oh! Take those lips away ; from Shakespear's Merchant of Venice -- Tell me where is fancy bred : from Shake... More

Zephyrs of the vernal morn canzonett for two voices

Zephyrs of the vernal morn canzonett for two voices

For two voices and piano. Includes "Why Huntress Why" in final page. Staff notation. (language)

A Negro Song versified by the Dutchess of Devonshire

A Negro Song versified by the Dutchess of Devonshire

For voice and piano. Includes "The Orphan Boy" and "The Poor Flower Girl" on facing pages. Staff notation. (language)

Rondo performed at the Philadelphia Harmonick Society

Rondo performed at the Philadelphia Harmonick Society

For solo piano. Staff notation. (language)

Erin Go Bragh ,or the exile of Erin

Erin Go Bragh ,or the exile of Erin

For voice and piano. One copy includes "Sweetly Life's Jocund Morning" and "Orra Moor" on facing pages Second copy does not include journal title page. Staff notation. (language)

Mary will smile sung by Miss Broadhurst

Mary will smile sung by Miss Broadhurst

Song with recitative. For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

The little sailor boy

The little sailor boy

For voice and piano; guitar part printed at end. LC Copy 1 has inscribed on back, in ink: No. 201 Title of "The little sailor boy" (music) deposited 22d January 1798 by Benj. Carr as author & prop.

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richard

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richar...

For high voice and piano; the first and third works with part for flute or guitar. LC copy 2 imperfect: pages 3-7 wanting. LC Copy 2 has inscribed on title page: No. 232 Title page of Three Ballads deposited 17... More

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richard

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richar...

For high voice and piano. Title page only submitted as copyright deposit. "No. 232 Title page of Three Ballads deposited 17th May 1799 by Benjamin Carr as author." Staff notation. (language)

Poor Mary sung by Mrs. Broadhurst in the Italian monk

Poor Mary sung by Mrs. Broadhurst in the Italian monk

For high voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

Ballads from the poem of the Lady of the Lake

Ballads from the poem of the Lady of the Lake

Mary -- Soldier rest -- Hymn to the Virgin : Ave Maria -- Blanche of Devan -- Alice Brand -- Coronach.

The maid of Lodi
Thou art gone awa' a Scoth ballad

Thou art gone awa' a Scoth ballad

Song, piano or harp acc.

Tell me, soldier

Tell me, soldier

For piano. Staff notation. (language)

Allen a dale from Rokeby

Allen a dale from Rokeby

For voice and piano.

Preludes

Preludes

Pfte., 2 hds.

The pianoforte waltz composed by B. Carr

The pianoforte waltz composed by B. Carr

For piano. Staff notation. (language)

Masonic ode

Masonic ode

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1820-1860 (Microfilm M 3106) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form) In bound volumes: Copyright Deposits 1820-1860

Creation With Verdure Clad ; arranged

Creation With Verdure Clad ; arranged

English words. (language) Staff notation. (language)

Mantua waltz

Mantua waltz

Staff notation. (language)

Captain James O. Chandler of Chandler's New Hampshire Infantry Company, Co. I, 2nd New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, and Co. C, 1st New Hampshire Heavy Artillery Regiment in uniform Benjamin Carr, photographer, No. 114 Main Street, Concord, N.H

Captain James O. Chandler of Chandler's New Hampshire Infantry Company...

Photograph shows identified soldier. Title devised by Library staff. Tax stamp on verso. Gift; Tom Liljenquist; 2016; (DLC/PP-2017:171, formerly deposit D072) Purchased from: The Horse Soldier, Gettysburg, Penn... More

A Negro Song versified by the Dutchess of Devonshire

A Negro Song versified by the Dutchess of Devonshire

For voice and piano. Includes "The Orphan Boy" and "The Poor Flower Girl" on facing pages. Staff notation. (language)

The Orphan Boy

The Orphan Boy

For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

Four ballads three from Shakespear and one by Harwood

Four ballads three from Shakespear and one by Harwood

Staff notation. (language) When icicles hang by the wall : from Shakespear's Love's labor lost -- Take oh! Take those lips away ; from Shakespear's Merchant of Venice -- Tell me where is fancy bred : from Shake... More

Erin Go Bragh ,or the exile of Erin

Erin Go Bragh ,or the exile of Erin

For voice and piano. One copy includes "Sweetly Life's Jocund Morning" and "Orra Moor" on facing pages Second copy does not include journal title page. Staff notation. (language)

Rondo performed at the Philadelphia Harmonick Society

Rondo performed at the Philadelphia Harmonick Society

For solo piano. Staff notation. (language)

Zephyrs of the vernal morn canzonett for two voices

Zephyrs of the vernal morn canzonett for two voices

For two voices and piano. Includes "Why Huntress Why" in final page. Staff notation. (language)

Why Huntress Why sung by Mr. Tyker in the opera of the archers at the New York theatre and by Mr. John Darley at the concerts in Philadelphia
Mary will smile sung by Miss Broadhurst

Mary will smile sung by Miss Broadhurst

Song with recitative. For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

The little sailor boy

The little sailor boy

For voice and piano; guitar part printed at end. LC Copy 1 has inscribed on back, in ink: No. 201 Title of "The little sailor boy" (music) deposited 22d January 1798 by Benj. Carr as author & prop.

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richard

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richar...

For high voice and piano; the first and third works with part for flute or guitar. LC copy 2 imperfect: pages 3-7 wanting. LC Copy 2 has inscribed on title page: No. 232 Title page of Three Ballads deposited 17... More

Poor Mary sung by Mrs. Broadhurst in the Italian monk

Poor Mary sung by Mrs. Broadhurst in the Italian monk

For high voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

Ballads from the poem of the Lady of the Lake

Ballads from the poem of the Lady of the Lake

Mary -- Soldier rest -- Hymn to the Virgin : Ave Maria -- Blanche of Devan -- Alice Brand -- Coronach.

The maid of Lodi
Allen a dale from Rokeby

Allen a dale from Rokeby

For voice and piano.

Thou art gone awa' a Scoth ballad

Thou art gone awa' a Scoth ballad

Song, piano or harp acc.

Tell me, soldier

Tell me, soldier

For piano. Staff notation. (language)

Preludes

Preludes

Pfte., 2 hds.

The pianoforte waltz composed by B. Carr

The pianoforte waltz composed by B. Carr

For piano. Staff notation. (language)

Masonic ode

Masonic ode

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1820-1860 (Microfilm M 3106) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form) In bound volumes: Copyright Deposits 1820-1860

Creation With Verdure Clad ; arranged

Creation With Verdure Clad ; arranged

English words. (language) Staff notation. (language)

Mantua waltz

Mantua waltz

Staff notation. (language)

Rondo performed at the Philadelphia Harmonick Society

Rondo performed at the Philadelphia Harmonick Society

For solo piano. Staff notation. (language)

The Orphan Boy

The Orphan Boy

For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

Why Huntress Why sung by Mr. Tyker in the opera of the archers at the New York theatre and by Mr. John Darley at the concerts in Philadelphia
Four ballads three from Shakespear and one by Harwood

Four ballads three from Shakespear and one by Harwood

Staff notation. (language) When icicles hang by the wall : from Shakespear's Love's labor lost -- Take oh! Take those lips away ; from Shakespear's Merchant of Venice -- Tell me where is fancy bred : from Shake... More

Zephyrs of the vernal morn canzonett for two voices

Zephyrs of the vernal morn canzonett for two voices

For two voices and piano. Includes "Why Huntress Why" in final page. Staff notation. (language)

A Negro Song versified by the Dutchess of Devonshire

A Negro Song versified by the Dutchess of Devonshire

For voice and piano. Includes "The Orphan Boy" and "The Poor Flower Girl" on facing pages. Staff notation. (language)

Erin Go Bragh ,or the exile of Erin

Erin Go Bragh ,or the exile of Erin

For voice and piano. One copy includes "Sweetly Life's Jocund Morning" and "Orra Moor" on facing pages Second copy does not include journal title page. Staff notation. (language)

Mary will smile sung by Miss Broadhurst

Mary will smile sung by Miss Broadhurst

Song with recitative. For voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

The little sailor boy

The little sailor boy

For voice and piano; guitar part printed at end. LC Copy 1 has inscribed on back, in ink: No. 201 Title of "The little sailor boy" (music) deposited 22d January 1798 by Benj. Carr as author & prop.

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richard

Three ballads : viz. The new somebody, Mary will smile and Poor Richar...

For high voice and piano; the first and third works with part for flute or guitar. LC copy 2 imperfect: pages 3-7 wanting. LC Copy 2 has inscribed on title page: No. 232 Title page of Three Ballads deposited 17... More

Poor Mary sung by Mrs. Broadhurst in the Italian monk

Poor Mary sung by Mrs. Broadhurst in the Italian monk

For high voice and piano. Staff notation. (language)

Ballads from the poem of the Lady of the Lake

Ballads from the poem of the Lady of the Lake

Mary -- Soldier rest -- Hymn to the Virgin : Ave Maria -- Blanche of Devan -- Alice Brand -- Coronach.

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