Confederate Imprints Collections: Sheet Music All Items

1.Beauregard Manassas quick-step | Blackmar, A. E. (Armand Edward), 1826-1888 | XML
2.Confederates' grand march | Hartwell, William H. | XML
3.Alabama | La Hache, Théod. von (Théodor), 1822-1869 | XML
4.Smith's march | Gen. Persifor F. Smith's march | Martin, T. J. (Thomas J.) | XML
5.Mittie polka | Gleffer, J. C. | XML
6.Clara | Clara Schottische | Gleffer, J. C. | XML
7.Brightest eyes: | galop | Stigelli, G. (Giorgio), 1815-1868 | Schwartz, A. | XML
8.No name waltz | XML
9.I see her still in my dreams | While the flow'rs blooming gladness and spring birds rejoice | For I see her still in my dreams | Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864 | XML
10.Ah! I have sigh'd to rest me | Ah! I have sigh'd to rest me | Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901 | Jefferys, Charles, 1807-1865 | Glover, Charles William, 1806-1863 | XML
11.We have parted: | ballad | We have parted and forever | Wren, Ella | XML
12.Good bye at the door | Goodbye at the door | Of all the mem'ries of the past | Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870 | Carpenter, J. E. (Joseph Edwards), 1813-1885 | XML
13.Keep me awake, mother | Forward! oh, forward | Koenigsberg, F. | Stratton, M. W., Mrs. | XML
14.Call me not back from the echoless shore: | reply to Rock me to sleep mother | Why is your forehead deep furrowed with care? | Follow me cheerfully | Tucker, Henry, 1826?-1882 | Sawyer, Charles Carroll | XML
15.Who will care for mother now?: | song with chorus | Why am I so weak and weary | Sawyer, Charles Carroll | Thompson, C. F. (Charles F.) | XML
16.Southern soldier boy: | song sung by Miss Sallie Partington in the Virginia Cavalier at the Richmond New Theater | The boy with the auburn hair; Virginia cavalier | Bob Roebuck is my sweetheart's name. | Alexander, G. W. (George W.) | XML
17.Flag of the South | Southern men that love your land | Becker, O. | XML
18.Wait till the war, love, is over | 'Twas gentle spring, the flowers were bright | Burton, John Wear, 1875-1970 | Andrews, A. J. | Mordaunt, Paul | XML
19.God save the southern land | Oh, let the cry awaken | Cameron, S. F. | XML
20.There's life in the old land yet | By blue Patapsco's billowy dash | Eaton, E. O. (Edward O.), 19th cent. | Randall, James Ryder, 1839-1908 | XML
21.Parthenia to Ingomar | Deal with me kindly | Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864 | McCarthy, William H. | XML
22.Mother! can this glory be: | vocal duett | Mother can this the glory be | Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870 | XML
23.Alabama | Alabama song and chorus | Over vale and over mountain | Alabama, Alabama! | Groschel, J. W. | Lorrimer, Laura | XML
24.Rock me to sleep, mother: | ballad | Backward, turn backward | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | Allen, Elizabeth Akers, 1832-1911 | XML
25.South | The bright rose of beauty, unnurtur'd by art | The South! The South! | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | Wildwood, Charlie | XML
26.Young volunteer: | as sung by Miss Ella Wren | Our flag is unfurl'd and our arms flash bright | Then adieu! Then adieu! | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | XML
27.Unknown dead: | as sung by Miss Ella Wren | Where the mountain ash nods to the tempest's wild howling | Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890 | XML
28.I remember the hour when sadly we parted: | song and chorus | When this cruel war is over | I remember the hour when sadly we parted | Then weep not, love, oh, weep not | XML
29.God will defend the right | Lady of Richmond, Va. | XML
30.God will defend the right | Sons of the South arise | Lady of Richmond, Va. | XML
31.Missouri, or, A voice from the South | Missouri! Missouri! bright land of the West | Macarthy, Harry, 1834-1888 | XML
32.Volunteer, or, It is my country's call | It is my country's call | I leave my home and thee, dear | Macarthy, Harry, 1834-1888 | XML
33.Brave boys are they: | arranged for the piano forte | Heavily falls the rain | Brave boys are they! Gone at their country's call! | Mordaunt, Paul | XML
34.a Juanita: | Spanish ballad | Soft o'er the fountain, ling'ring falls the southern moon | Norton, Caroline Sheridan, 1808-1877 | XML
35.Bonny Jean: | ballad, with chorus ad lib. | O! the summer morn is brightly glowing | Where the sweet hedgerose is blowing | Osborne, Charles | Linley, George, 1798-1865 | XML
36.Southern cross | Oh say can you see, through the gloom and the storm. | Peticolas, C. L. | Tucker, St. George, 1828-1862 | XML
37.Alabama | The wind blows off yon rocky shore. | Rosier, F. W. (Fitz William) | King, Edward | XML
38.Mother of the soldier boy: | ballad | Why daily goes yon Matron forth | Schreiner, Hermann L. | Bayly, Thomas Haynes, 1797-1839 | XML
39.Hurrah for our flag! | Hurrah for our flag! the light of its morn | Hurrah, hurrah, hurrah for the flag of red, white and blue | Russell, T. B. | Czurda, Vincent | XML
40.See at your feet a suppliant one: | as sung by Miss Ella Wren in Balfe's grand opera of the Bohemian girl | See at your feet a suppliant one | XML
41.Brightest eyes | Thou'st pearls and diamonds, fair one | Stigelli, G. (Giorgio), 1815-1868 | XML
42.Cottage by the sea | Childhood's days now pass before me | Thomas, J. R. (John Rogers), 1830-1896 | XML
43.When this cruel war is over: | ballad | Dearest one! do you remember; Weeping, sad, and lonely | Dearest one! do you remember | Tucker, Henry, 1826?-1882 | Sawyer, Charles Carroll | XML
44.Softly ye night winds: | ballad : companion to Sleeping I dreamed love | Sleeping I dreamed love | Softly ye night winds that float o'er my brow. | Wallace, William Vincent, 1812-1865 | Hewitt, Mary E. (Mary Elizabeth), 1807-1894 | XML
45.Paul Vane, or Lorena's reply | The years are creeping slowly by | Webster, Joseph Philbrick, 1819-1875 | Webster, H. D. L. (Henry De Lafayette), 1824-1896 | XML
46.I've brought thee an ivy leaf: | song | I've ... brought thee an Ivy leaf | Wood, David | XML
47.Her bright smile haunts me still | Tis years since last we met | Wrighton, W. T. (William Thomas), 1816-1880 | Carpenter, J. E. (Joseph Edwards), 1813-1885 | XML