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Wallace, Kitty Tyrrell / Wearin'O' the green. and others. Volume of rare, origin

Wallace, William Vincent / Herbert, W. M. / and others. Kitty Tyrrell / Wearin'O' the green / Ave Maria. Composed in honour of our Lady of Knock (The Apparition at Knock, Co. Mayo). and others. Volume of rare, original printed 19th century scores, many of which are related to Ireland. The Volume contains: 1. W.M.Herbert - The Cruiskeen-Lawn, an Irish Song. The Symphonies and Accompaniments. London, John Campbell, ca. 1860 (5 pages) / 2. Samuel Lover - Ask me what I am thinking, Ballad. London, Leader & Cock, ca. 1860. (5 pages) / 3. Chas. Jefferys and C.W.Clover - Kitty Tyrrell - Sung by Mr.Frank Bodda, Mr. Leffler and Mr. G. Genge. (ca. 1840) London, Jefferys, (ca.1840) - with an original lithograph as titlepage (slightly torn). (7 pages) / 4. M. W. Balfe - I'm a merry Zingara, Cavatinetta Brillante, written by E. Fitzball, sung by Madame Anna Thillon for whom it was expressly composed by M.W.Balfe. London, Chappell, ca. 1850. 9 pages / 5. Christy Minstrels - When the Merry spring is near. Sung by Horace Norman of the Original Christy Minstrels. Illustrated titlepage (coloured lithographed). London, Hopwood & Crew, ca. 1870. 5 pages / 6. Virginia Gabriel - Farewell. A Song. London, Robert Cocks, ca. 1850. 6 pages. Titlepage torn. / 7. Geo. F. Root - Tramp ! Tramp ! Tramp ! - The Prisoners Hope. Chicago, Published by Root & Cady, 1864. Original, lithographed titlepage with 5 illustrations of the American Civil War. Original Advertising for Cabinet Organs verso the titlepage and An additional full-page advertising for "The Musical Curriculum" by Geo. G. Root on the last page. 6 pages. Extremely Rare Civil War Ephemera / 8. Florence McCarthy and Charles W. Clover - Colleen Bawn. Ballad. Original illustrated lithograph. ca. 1840. 7 pages. Torn. / 9. Will. S. Hays - Nora O'Neal, Song & Chorus / 10. William Vincent Wallace - In Happy Moments, Ballad sung by Mr. H. Phillips. In the Grand Opera Maritana performed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane. The Words by E. Fitzball. London, Cramer & Cie., ca. 1860. Small tears / 11. C.H.R. Marriott - Thy Face. Song, Words by R. Lejoindre. Small tears / 12. Mollie Darling - The Popular Ballad sung by the Christy's Minstrels. / 13. William Vincent Wallace - There is a Flow'r that Bloometh. Ballad, sung by Mr. Harrison, in the Grand Opera. London, Cramer & Cie, ca. 1850. TORN ! / 14. M. W. Balfe - The Fair Land of Poland. Song sung by Mr.Harrison / 15. M. W. Balfe - The Fair Land of Poland. London, Chappell, ca. 1860 / 16. W.H.Bellamy - The Queen Hortense - "A Warrior bound for Palestine" - Illustrated titlepage (very early chromolithograph) ca. 1870 / 17. H.W.Longfellow - M. Lindsay - "The Bridge" - Illustrated titlepage (early chromolithograph) ca. 1870) / 18. William Vincent Wallce - Sweet Spirit, hear my Prayer. Ballad, sung by Miss Louisa Pyne. London, Cramer & Co., ca. 1855 / 19. Brinley Richards - "Oh Whisper what thou feelest, Ballad" - London, ca. 1850. New Edition / 20. Franz Abt - The Cuckoo Song. (Kuckuck wie alt) Written by George Linley. As sung by Mademoiselle Liebhardt. Lodnon, Robert Cocks & Co., ca. 1850. Stamped by Cramer, Wood & Co. in Dublin / 21. William Vincent Wallace - Scenes that are Brightest. London, ca. 1855. Torn / 22. Stephen Adams - Nancy Lee, Ballad / 23. Claribel - I cannot sing the old songs, Ballad sung by Mademoiselle Sainton Dolby / 24. William Vincent Wallace - The Chimes of Home ! - Ballad, sung by W. Harrison in the Opera of Lurline. ca. 1855 Slightly torn / 25. William Vincent Wallace - Gentle Troubadour, Ballad. London, Cramer, Beale & Chappell, ca. 1850 / 26. Walter Maynard / G. Linley - I strive forget thee, Ballad / 27. Alexander Lee - Hurrah for the Bonnets of Blue / 28. Lord Burghersh - Bendemeer'S Stream. A Ballad from Lalla Rookh (Moore's celebrated Poem). Stamped by Dunn & Ferguson in Cork ca. 1850 / 29. Henry C. Work - Grandfather's Clock. Song and Chorus. London, C. Sheard, ca. 1850. Illustrated with an old clock - Lithograph / 30. Annie Fortescue Harrison - In the Gloaming - London, Hutchings & Romer, ca. 1880. Stamped by J. Crutchett & Sons, Dublin / 31. Annie Pearce Ryan - Ave Maria. Composed in honour of our Lady of Knock (The Apparition at Knock, Co. Mayo). Illustrated with an original lithograph. ca. 1850 / 32. Charles Hall - Wearin'O' the green. 8°. Original half leather. Binding stronger rubbed. Some of the scores torn and in poor condition. Rare collection of many irish related scores.

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Wallace, Kitty Tyrrell / Wearin'O' the green. and others

Wallace, Kitty Tyrrell / Wearin'O' the green. and others


Wallace, Kitty Tyrrell / Wearin'O' the green. and others

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