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Bound volume of 44 pieces of lithographed Confederate sheet music, mostly with illustrated covers. Confederate CIVIL WAR.
Bound volume of 44 pieces of lithographed Confederate sheet music, mostly with illustrated covers
Bound volume of 44 pieces of lithographed Confederate sheet music, mostly with illustrated covers
Bound volume of 44 pieces of lithographed Confederate sheet music, mostly with illustrated covers
Bound volume of 44 pieces of lithographed Confederate sheet music, mostly with illustrated covers

Bound volume of 44 pieces of lithographed Confederate sheet music, mostly with illustrated covers

Richmond, Columbia, Augusta, and elsewhere: 1863-64. Quarto. Collation as below.

Expertly bound to style in half dark purple morocco and purple cloth covered boards, flat spine ruled and lettered in gilt, yellow endpapers

An impressive collection of Confederate lithographed sheet music.

This bound volume includes the majority of the imprints by Richmond publishers and lithographers George Dunn and Company, active in Richmond from 1862-64. The collection includes:

1) The Dying Soldier, or the Moon rose o'er the battle plain. 4pp. Richmond: J. W. Davies & Sons, lithographed by E. Crehen, 1864. P&W 6983.
2) Dear Mother I've come home to die. Words by E. Bowers, Music by Henry Tucker. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia, SC, Julian Selby, [nd]. P&W 6953.
3) God Save the South. Words by Earnest Halphin, music by Chas. W. A. Ellerbrock. 6pp. Lithographed by B. Duncan & Co., Columbia, SC. Baltimore: Miller & Beacham; Augusta: Blackmar & Co., nd. P&W 7064.
4) The March of the Southern Men. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 7228.
5) On Guard. Words by Wallace Rowe. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1864. P&W 7327.
6) The Southern Soldier Boy. Song sung by Miss Sallie Partington in the Virginia Cavalier at the New Richmond Theatre. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 7494.
7) The South. Poetry by Charlie Wildwood. Music by John H. Hewitt. 4pp. Columbia, SC: Julian A. Selby, B. Duncan & Co., lith., 1863. P&W 7474.
8) Palmetto Schottisch. Composed and Arranged by A. F. Turner. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co., 1864. P&W 7348.
9) I Remember the hour when sadly we parted. 4pp. Mobile: H.C. Clarke [and others], 1864. P&W 7116.
10) Annie of the Vale. Words by G.P. Morris. Music by J.R. Thomas. 6pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, nd. P&W 6806.
11) Good Bye Sweetheart, Good Bye. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 7084.
12) Spring Time Polka. Composed by A.J. Turner. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co., 1864. P&W 7505.
13) My Wife and Child Song. Poetry by the Late Lamented Hero General Stonewall Jackson. Music by F. W. Rosier. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 7288.
14) Mother, Oh! Sing me to rest. Composed by M. Keller. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, nd. P&W 7279.
15) The Musical Olio: or Favorite Gems of the Popular Southern Composer, John H. Hewitt. 4pp. Macon & Savannah: John C. Schreiner & Son, nd. P&W 6966.
16) Up With the Flag. Composed nd Respectfully Dedicated to the Fourth N.C. Troops by Dr. Wm. B. Harrell. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 7572.
17) Pray, Maiden, Pray! Poetry by A. W. Kercheval. Music by A.J. Turner. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co., 1864. P&W 7380.
18) The Standard Bearer. Words by Major T.N. P. C.S.A. Music by N.S. Cleman. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co., 1864. P&W 7506.
19) No Surrender Song. Music by C.C. Mera. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1864. P&W 7301.
20) Keep me awake Mother. Words by Mrs. M.W. Stratton. Music by Jos. Hart Denck. 4pp. Columbia: Julian A. Selby, nd. P&W 7175.
21) Gen'l Morgan's Grand March. Composed by C.L. Peticolas. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1864. P&W 7049.
22) Nautical Song...The Alabama. By E. King. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.1864. P&W 6793.
23) All quiet along the Potomac To-Night. Words by Lamar Fontaine. Music by J. H. Hewitt. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co., 1864. P&W 6796.
24) The Exotics. Flowers of Song Transplanted to Southern Soil. 4pp. Augusta: Blackmar & Broth.; Columbia: B. Duncan & Co., lith, nd. P&W 7361.
25) Mary of Argyle. Music by S. Nelson. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.,1864. P&W 7234.
26) Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still. Words by J.E. Carpenter. Music by W.T. Wrighton. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co., 1864. P&W 7097.
27) Harp of the South. Awake! A Southern War Song. Words by J.M. Kilgour. Music by C.L. Peticolas. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 7090.
28) Mother is the Battle Over. Arranged by Jos. Hart Denck. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, nd. P&W 7277
29) The Southern Cross. Words by St. George Tucker. Music by C. L. Peticolas. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 7482.
30) The Star Spangled Cross and the Field of Pure White. Written and Composed by Subaltern. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1864. P&W 7510.
31) Virginian Marseillasise. By F. W. Rosier. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, nd. P&W 7584.
32) Wait till the War, Love, Is Over. Words by A.J. Andrews. Music by C.W. Burton. 4pp. Richmond: West & Johnston, litho. by Geo. Dunn. & Co., 1864. P&W 7599.
33) When this Cruel War is Over. Words by Charles C Sawyer. Music by Henry Tucker. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, nd. P&W 7630.
34) You Can Never Win Us Back ... Written by a Lady of Kentucky. Arranged by J.E. Smith. 4pp. Richmond: J.W. Davies & Sons., litho. by E. Crehen, 1864. P&W 7653.
35) Gems of Southern Song. 4pp. Macon: John W. Burke; Columbia: B. Duncan & Co., lith., nd. P&W 7576.
36) Call me not back from Echoless Shore. Words by Chas. C. Sawyer. Music by Henry Tucker. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, nd. P&W 6878.
37) The Dearest Spot of Earth to Me Is Home. By W.T. Wrighton. 6pp. Augusta: Blackmar & Bro., nd. P&W 6954.
38) There's Life in the Old Land Yet. Poetry by Jas. R. Randall. Music by Edward Eaton. Augusta: Blackmar & Bro., lith. B. Duncan, Columbia., nd. P&W 7548.
39) Who Will Care for Mother Now. Poetry by C.C. Sawyer. Music by C.F. Thompson. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co. 1864. P&W 7638.
40) Christmas and New Year Musical Souvenir. Music by F.W.R. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 6903.
41) Our First President's Quickstep. By P. Rivinac. 4pp. Augusta: Blackmar & Bro., B. Duncan, lith. Columbia. P&W 7337.
42) Something to Love Me.Words by J.E. Carpenter. Music by E.L. Hime. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, nd. P&W 7467.
43) Silver Bells Mazurka. Composed by Charles O. Pape. 6pp. Columbia: P.L. Valdry, nd. P&W 7446.
44) We Have Parted. Poetry and Music by Miss Ella Wren. 4pp. Richmond: Geo. Dunn & Co.; Columbia: Julian A. Selby, 1863. P&W 7613.

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Price: $12,000.00

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