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Music

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: See also: subdivision -- Music under ethnic groups for music of the group; and subdivision -- Songs and music under names of persons, corporate bodies, places, classes of persons, ethnic groups, wars, and topical headings for collections or single works of vocal or instrumental music about the topic or entity.

Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:

Sheet Music - 'Rainbow Schottisch'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0169.0002.00003
Overview Piano and vocal part (4 pages of music) for the piece 'Rainbow Schottisch' composed by Henry Kleber in 1854and published by Firth, Pond & C. Printed on front of score 'The Rainbow Schottisch, New York Published by Firth, Pond & C 547 Broadway.' Handwritten on front of score in pencil 'Miss Sarah Firth, Phillsburg NJ.'
Dates: 1850-1957

Sheet Music - 'Rock Me To Sleep, Mother'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0169.0002.00004
Overview Piano, guitar and vocal part (5 pages of music) for the piece 'Rock Me to Sleep, Mother' music composed by Ernest Leslie, words by Florence Percy. Printed on front of score 'Rock me to Sleep, Mother. words by Florence Percy, music by Leslie. Guitar, Piano. Boston: Published by G.D. Russell and Company, 126 Tremont, Opposite Park Street. Entered according to an Act of Congree, A.D. 1860, by J.m. Russell, Agt. in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.'
Dates: 1850-1957

Sheet Music - Sarah Firth

 File
Identifier: M123.05.0169.0002
Overview Sheet music used for unknown productions by Sarah Firth whos affiliation with the Central City Opera House is unknown.
Dates: 1850-1957

Sheet Music - Sontag's Bouquet Schottisch'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0169.0002.00002
Overview Piano and vocal part (4 pages of music) for the piece 'Sontag's Bouquet Schottisch' composed by James E. Magruder. Front of score reads 'Second Edition, (image of) Henriette Sontag, Sontag Polka, Sontag Banquet Schottisch, Published by S.T. Gordon, 706 Broadwat NY.' Handwritten in pencil on front of score: 'Sarah Firth Phillpsburg, NJ.'
Dates: 1850-1957

Sheet Music - 'The Gipsie's Warning'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0169.0001.00003
Overview Piano and vocal part (3 pages of music) for the piece 'The Gipsie's Warning' composed by Henry A. Coard. Front cover of the music reads: 'To Mrs. W. Henry Garrison, Seratoga Springs, The Gipsie's Warning, arranged with symphonies and accompaniments for the Piano Forte by Henry A. Coard, variations by Chas Grobe, Brooklyn: Published by D.S. Holmes, 67 Fourth Street.'
Dates: 1850-1957

Sheet Music - 'The Maiden's Prayer'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0169.0002.00005
Overview Piano score (4 pages of music) for the piece 'A Maiden's Prayer' composed by Thekla Badarzewska and published by S.T. Gordon. Printed on front of score, 'A Maiden's Prayer, for the Piano Forte, by Badarzewska.' Handwritten on front of score in pencil 'Sarah Firth.'
Dates: 1850-1957

Sheet Music - 'The' Usher Song, 1950

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Identifier: M123.05.0169.0003
Overview Sheet music (2 copies of score) used by CCOHA ushers written by Taylor Rhodes in 1950.Insdie cover reads; ''The' Ushers Song by Taylor Rhodes. Garbed in their traditional Prince Albert Costumes, the ushers of the Central City Opera House have become uniquely famous. Before each performance you can find a crowd of spectators grouped along historical Eureka street to watch the ushers march up the theater swining this, their very own song. Their happy singing signifies the start of another...
Dates: 1950

Sheet Music - 'What's A' Steer Kimmer'

 Item
Identifier: M123.05.0169.0002.00007
Overview Piano score and vocal part (3 pages of music) for the piece 'What's A' Steer Kimmer' composed by Alexander Lee in 1840 published by Henry Prentiss. Front cover reads ' Favorite Scotch Songs' and handwritten in pencil on cover Sarah Firth.'
Dates: 1850-1957

Six Men in the ''Ballad of Baby Doe'', between 1956-1959

 Item
Identifier: M123.03.0069.0001.00032
Overview Walter Cassel (second from right) as Horace Tabor and five unidentified men perform in the Central City Opera production of ''The Ballad of Baby Doe.''
Dates: between 1956-1959

Sounds of Indian America, Plains and Southwest, 1970

 Item
Identifier: M060.03.0016.00014
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains phonograph records.
Dates: 1970