Title The music that Washington knew : a program of authentic music, vocal and instrumental, with historical and biographical data / with an historical sketch by William Arms Fisher.
Publication Boston : Oliver Ditson Company ; Chicago : Lyon & Healy, [1931]
Copyright date ©1931
Description 1 score (xxiv, 44 pages) ; 28 cm
score
Call # Mu 780.973 M
Contents Washington's march / Francis Hopkinson -- The liberty song (In freedom we're born) / William Boyce -- Father and I went down to camp (Yankee doodle) -- My days have been so wondrous free / Francis Hopkinson -- Let tyrants shake their iron rod (Chester) / William Billings -- Washington's march at the Battle of Trenton / Unknown -- Trenton's tribute to Washington (Welcome, mighty chief, once more) / G.F. Handel -- New York's welcome to Washington (Hail, thou auspicious day) / Henry Carey -- The president's march ; Hail, Columbia! / Philip Phile -- Enraptured I gaze / Francis Hopkinson -- Adams and liberty / J.S. Smith -- Norah, dear Norah / William Shield -- The way-worn traveller / Samuel Arnold -- The glorious name of Washington -- Fifteen old-time dances : the minuet, gavotte, country-dance, cotillion, hornpipe and reel. Eleventh of September ; The chaplet ; The buff coat ; Country gardens ; Kiss me early ; Mad Robin ; Maid's Morris ; Shepherd's hey ; Up and down ; The gimcrack ; The three graces ; The marionettes ; Nancy Dawson ; Money musk ; Sir Roger de Coverly.
Subject Washington, George, 1732-1799 -- Songs and music.
Music -- United States -- History and criticism.
National songs -- United States.
Piano music.
Dance music.
Vocal music.
Songs with piano.
Addl. Author Fisher, William Arms, 1861-1948.

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