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Music, 1879-1961 (continued)
Duparc, Henri.
Phidylé; for voice and piano. Boston: Boston Music Company, 1915. (continued)
Music by Henri Duparc; original text (French) by Leconte de Lisle, with English words by M. Louise Baum.
BOX-FOLDER 41/4 Dupree, Reese.
Shortnin' bread; for voice and piano. New York: Clarence Williams Publishing Co., Inc., 1938.
Printed score; 13 p.
Words and music by Reese Dupree; arranged by Clarence Williams.
BOX-FOLDER 41/5 Evanti, Lillian.
Forward march to victory; voice and piano. Washington, D.C.: Lillian Evanti, 1943.
Printed score; 3 p.
BOX-FOLDER 41/5 Evanti, Lillian.
Twenty-Third Psalm; for mixed quartette and piano. New York: Handy Brothers Music Co., 1942.
Printed score; 10 p.
Arranged by Charles L. Cooke.
Inscribed to Mary Cardwell Dawson by the composer.
BOX-FOLDER 41/5 Fauré, Gabriel.
Impromptu, no. 2 in F minor, opus 31; for piano. Boston: Boston Music Co., 1910.
Printed score; 11 p.
BOX-FOLDER 41/5 Fax, Mark.
Rally song; vocals with piano.
Manuscript score (photocopy); 1 p.
Song written for the NNOC Foundation's 1953 drive for public support. Song was donated to this cause by the composer.
Two copies.
BOX-FOLDER 41/5 Flégier, Ange.
Le Cor = The Horn; for voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1898.
Printed score; 7 p.
Words and music by Ange Flégier.
English version by Isabella G. Parker.
BOX-FOLDER 41/5 Gounod, Charles.
Ave Maria; for violin or violoncello and harmonium. [S.l. : s.n.], [19--]
Printed score; 7 p.
BOX-FOLDER 41/5 Gounod, Charles.
Faust; lyric drama in 4 acts. Chorus score. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1930.
Printed score; 59 p.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Hageman, Richard.
Do not go, my love; for voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1945.
Printed score; 5 p.
Music by Richard Hageman; words by Sir Rabindranath Tagore.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Handel, George Frideric.
Messiah. I know that my Redeemer liveth; for voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., [n.d.]
Printed score; 7 p.
Music by Handel; text: Job 19:25-26; I Corinthians 15:20.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Handy, William Christopher.
Opportunity; for voice (Medium) and piano. New York: W. C. Handy Music Publisher, 1934.
Printed score; 5 p.
Music by W. C. Handy; poem by Walter Malone.
Autographed by the composer.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Hardelot, Guy, d'.
Because; for voice and piano. New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1902.
Printed score; 7 p.
Music by Guy d'Hardelot; words by Edward Teschemacher.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Herbert, Victor.
Naughty Marietta. Italian street song; for four-part chorus (mixed voices), soprano solo and piano. New York: M. Witmark & Sons, 1915.
Printed score; 13 p.
Music by Victor Herbert; lyric by Rida Johnson-Young.
Arranged by the composer.
Two copies.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Hill, Alexander.
A Song (How the first song was born); for voice and piano. New York: Handy Brothers Music Co., Inc., 1934.
Printed score; 5 p.
Words and music by Alexander Hill.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Ilgenfritz, McNair.
As we part; for voice and piano. New York: Edward Schuberth & Co., [n.d.]
Printed score (music missing, cover only)
Music by McNair Ilgenfritz; words by Frederick Peterson.
BOX-FOLDER 41/6 Jackson, Mary C.
Soft winds; for voice and piano. Pittsburgh: Volkwein Brothers, Inc., 1939.
Printed score (music missing, cover only)
Words and music by Mary C. Jackson.
BOX-FOLDER 42/1 Jaime, Benjamin Francisco H.
(The Afro-American) Te Deum in C, opus 15; chorus (mixed voices), trumpet, organ and piano.
Manuscript piano-vocal score (photocopy); 95 p.
Music by Benjamin H. Francisco Jaime; text attributed to St. Ambrose of Milan.
Dedicated to the National Negro Opera Foundation, Inc.
Two copies.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Jaime, Benjamin Francisco H.
An Alto rhapsody on Psalm 130, opus 24; chorus for womens' voices (with optional tenors) and piano.
Manuscript piano-vocal score (photocopy); 8 p.
Music by Benjamin H. Francisco Jaime; text: the Old Testament, Book of Psalms.
Composed during October 1960.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Jaime, Benjamin Francisco H.
How do I love thee?, opus 25; for medium voice and piano.
Manuscript piano-vocal score (photocopy); 4 p.
Music by Benjamin Francisco Jaime; words by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Composed during November 14-24, 1960.
Commissioned by Mr. and Mrs. (Virginia) Walker, Hurley, New Mexico.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Jaime, Benjamin Francisco H.
The Lord's Prayer, fourth setting, opus 26; for bass voice and piano.
Manuscript piano-vocal score (photocopy); 4 p.
Music by Benjamin H. Francisco Jaime; text: the Bible.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Jaime, Benjamin Francisco H..
Prayer, opus 7; musical setting of The Lord's Prayer, for bass, chorus and piano. [S.l.]: Benj. Francisco Jaime, 1952.
Printed piano-vocal score; 10 p.
Composed during September 1952.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Jessye, Eva.
Awake! Arise! Ascend! Hymn to womanhood; vocals with melodic accompaniment.
Manuscript score (photocopy); 1 p.
Words and music by Eva Jessye.
Song written for the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, Inc. Song was introduced at the biennial session, New York Convention, 1960 by Dr. Rosa L. Gragg, National President.
Seven copies.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Johnson, Hall, arranger.
City called Heaven; negro spiritual, for voice and piano. New York: Robbins Music Corporation, 1930.
Printed score; 6 p.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Johnson, Herbert.
Face to face; sacred song for voice and piano. Boston: Boston Music Company, 1938.
Printed score; 5 p.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Lasso, Orlando di.
Echo song; for three-part double chorus of women's voices and piano. New York: Harold Flammer Publisher, Inc., 1937.
Printed score; 7 p.
Music by Orlando di Lasso; English version by Alfred Marlhom.
Arranged by Gerald Wilfring Gore.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Leoni, Franco.
The Birth of morn; song for voice and piano. New York: Chappell & Co., Inc., 1902.
Printed score; 3 p.
Music by Franco Leoni; words by Paul Laurence Dunbar.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Lincke, Paul.
The Glow Worm = Glühwürmchen. Idyl; for piano solo. New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, 1930.
Printed score; 7 p.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Liszt, Franz.
Liebestraum = Dream of love; song for voice and piano. Chicago: Forster Music Publisher, Inc., 1925.
Printed score; 9 p.
Arrangement by Tito Schipa.
Edited by Maurice Rosenfeld.
English version by Lawrence Lipton.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Manney, Charles Fonteyn.
Jeunesse, valse de ballet; for piano. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1927.
Printed score; 5 p.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 McClennan, Walter N.
Love me and I'll be satisfied; song for voice and piano. Washington, D.C.: Walter N. McClennan, 1938.
Printed score; 4 p.
Words and music by Walter N. McClennan.
Autographed by the composer.
BOX-FOLDER 42/2 Offenbach, Jacques.
Les Contes d'Hoffman. O Lovely night barcarolle; for four-part chorus (mixed voices) and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1910.
Printed score; 7 p.
Music by Jacques Offenbach; English version by Louise Baum.
Arranged by Max Spicker.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Ponce, Manuel M.
Little star; song for voice (high) and piano. New York: G. Ricordi & Co., Inc., 1923.
Printed piano-vocal score and vocal part; 4 p.
Music by Manuel M. Ponce; arranged and translated by Frank La Forge.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Ponchielli, Amilcare.
La Gioconda. Cielo e mar = Lo! sky and sea; aria for voice (low) and piano. New York: Carl Fischer, Inc., 1927.
Printed piano-vocal score; 8 p.
Music by Amilcare Ponchielli; text by Tobia Gorrio, with English translation by Margaret Churchill.
Edited by N. Clifford Page.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Pritchett, Le Roy, and Jean Stor.
The Leader; song for voice and piano.
Manuscript piano-vocal score; 4 p.
Music and words by Le Roy Pritchett and Jean Stor.
"Dedicated to our President Franklin D. Roosevelt."
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Puccini, Giacomo.
Tosca. Vissi d'arte, vissi d'amore = love and music, these have I lived for, Act II; aria for voice (high) and piano. New York: G. Ricordi & Co., 1909.
Printed piano-vocal score; 5 p.
Music by Giacomo Puccini; with English translation by W. Beatty-Kingston.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Ramos-Harris, Ethel.
There'll be a jubilee!; voice and piano. New Kensington, Pennsylvania: Ramos-Harris Music Publishing Co., 1953.
Printed piano-vocal score; 5 p.
Words and music by Ethel Ramos-Harris.
Dedicated to the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Adopted at the grand convention Delta Theta Sorority, Cleveland, Ohio, December 1952.
Inscribed to Mary Cardwell Dawson from the composer.
BOX-FOLDER 42/3 Salter, Mary Turner.
The City of Rachel; for voice and piano. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc., 1905.
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