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Twtlve favouriie

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Welsh melodies

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Ap Shenkin

4.

Poor Mary Anne

5.

Love's fascination

Lilla's a

5.

Savourneen deelish

s
2
2

6.

La

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6

Swcit Richard
6.
Aptommas's polka

Op.
Op.
Op.
Op.

4.

'

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lady

rosa waltz

Three melodies
of the crimson-coloured even
She was a creature strange as fair
'Tis sweet when in the glowing west

Op.

Fantaisie sur I'op^ra dc Verdi

trovalore.

II

BOCHSA,

N.

C.

M HNESTREL
t.

Italien. Dix Morceaux, courts etbrillants


Di Pescatore and Ama tua madre (Lucrezia)
O divina Agnese (Beatrice di Tenda)

3-

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Meco & Voga voga luna (La Stranicra)


March & Pas r^doubl^ (Saffo)

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5-

7.

Voga, voga, & Sogno talor (Parisina)


vieni (Cavatine-Mazurka dc Pacini)
Vieni ah

B.

Ah

9-

Quanto

8.

\\'hat beauties does Flora disclose-

9.

Stanco di pascolar. Venetian


Di placer (La gazza ladra)

3.

4.

5.

6.

6.

7.

'

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Quick march

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fe

lo I'udia

xo.

6
6
6

tu sei (Parisina)
bello (L'elisire d'amore)
(Torquato Tasso)

Recreations pour les Harpistes de toutes les forces


I.
My own blue bell

Stride la

bridal ring
Prince of Wales' march
in the old Irish style
Souvenir Si I'Ecossaise
The wild white rose
Rondo a la villageoise
L'invitation k la polka

6.
73.

2
*

"

blue bells of Scotland.

...

Non

Fanta>ia on Rossini's air


piu mesta.
The last rose of summer Variations
There is no home like my own. Variations

6
6
6
6
6

in 3

books

MEYER,

6
6

'

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3
a

Ernani involami

12.

Va

Op.

bearing

full

Sea nymphs

a.

Murmuring

3.

My

4.

Water

"

and

The

Dans

Ich denkr iein,

3.

Eilende Wolken, Segler der LUfte

4.

Emelina

5.

Selige

u.

OBERTHTJR, CHARLES.
a

200 short miscellaneous and


independent passages, calculated to give steadiness and
the
hands,
flexibility
and strength to the fingers,
frctvlom lo
and a thorough knowledge of every species of fingering.
each
In 4 hooks

'5-

Barcarolle
Addio, mia vita, addio
Souvenirde Londres. Fantaisie et variations brillantcs

Op. 25.
Op. 26.

a l'etude.

sur un theme original

_.

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..

Fantasia on
Reminiscences des Mousquetaires.
Hale vy's opera
1' opera de
fantaisie
sur
Op. 28. Bijou de Nabuco. Grande
Verdi
Op. 29. La milancolie de F. Prume. Transcription........
Op. 38. Una lagrima sulla tomba di Parish Alvars. Eligie..
Impromptu
Op. 51. La belle Emmeline.

Op.

La cascade
2.
La coquette
La consolation
3.
Op. 61. "Gems of German song."

Op.

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Elegant exthacts,

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each

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6

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of modulation through the

6.

A te diro (Roberto Devereux). Transcription


A temple to friendship (T. Moore). Variations
Cease your funning. Fantasia and variations
Cease your funning. (Variations as sung by Mrs. Salmon)

..

Grand military march


Grand parade march
L'encouragement.

Simple melodies arranged

5.

in

o
o

4
>

8.

10.

11.
1

a most easy

Op.

Partant pour la Syrie, Fantaisie martiale


Petit souvenir (Tyrolienne de Guillaume Tell)
Tartar di\crtimento ^introducing :he I artar drum)
The cele'jrated Rossignol waltz
last

Weber's

new FreiKh march


Grand and

last waltz.

....

3.

Norman's Gesang

94.
1.

2,
5.

,_

possente nome. Petite fantaisie


!
L'horloge des Tuileries. Petit amusement
Morceau fantastique
Easter piece
I'he dawn of spring.

Op.

-.

CHATTEETON,

J.

A SELECTION
J.

.
3.
4.

%.
6.
T.

9TO.

J
5-

Grand American march

6.

i8.

?
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31
a.

M.
4

1 1

.....

trovatore (The prison scene)

3.

3
3
3

2.

3.
3

Op.

115.

Op.

118.

3
3
3
3

Op.

Melodie mazurque

J.

La

23.

France (La Marvillaitei.


France (Les Girondins).
Belgium.
Holland.
England (Ra'e P.ritanni*)
America (Hail Columbia^

24.

England

lodging

22.

(God

[Queeu

STEIL, W. H.

is

on the cold ground (variations)

........

3
a

STREATHER, WILLIAM.

Deh

Home, sweet home,

of Thalberg, transcribed

..

TAILOR, GEEHARD.
(Don Pasquale).

Transcription
Fantasia on Irish melodies (The harp that once. Believe me \l
a'l, and Meeting of the waters)
Two favourite Irish melodies (Coolin and The minstrel boy!.
Variations
..-..
Fantasia on Verdi's opera
Rigoietto.

Com'

3
a
a

Serenade from Don J uan

vieni alia finestra.

i gentil

1.

melodies, Transcribed
The ash grove.

2.

The

_.

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......

Riding over the mountain (original melody by J.Tbomks)

7.

The

10.
1 1

Megan's daughter

12.

The

8.

9.

a
a
a

1314'

1516.

Chant national d'apres

17a

gazelle

a
2

5.

4
a

6.

Agnus Dei (MozariJ

Op. 128. Deux melodies de I'op^ra Les huguenots (Meyerbeer)


Nobles seigneurs. Cavatine du page
1.
2.
A ce mot tout s'anime. Air de Marguerite

18.

19.
20.

3
3

21.
22.

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Harlech

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minstrel's adieu to his native land (original

melody

by J. Thomas)
Watching the wheat

3
3

New

year's eve
David of the while rock, or

The dyin{ bard

to his harp

Over the stone


miller's daughte
Come to battle

j
-.

All through the night

The blackbird
Ihe dawn of day

Britain's lament
Black Sir Harry

of the king

WRIGHT,

T.

(Don Pasquale).

4
3

H.

(JaledoTiian Fantasia, introducing favourite

Fantasia

Deh calma oh ciel (Otello). Transcription


Fra poco a me ricovero (Lucia). Arranj^d

HANOVER

i
3

source.

e gciitil

3
^

The

The departure

Caprice of J. Blumenthal, transcribed ....,,


The harmonious blacksmith, of Handel, transcribed.

La

Com'
a

of

plain of Rhuddlan
Love's fascination
Ihe rising of the lark
The camp (Of noble race

6.

Fantaisie brillante (Scotch airs)

Aberdovey
Sweet melody, sweet Richard
bells of

A. Henselt

3
3

THOMAS, JOHN.
WZLSH

The rising of the sun


The march of the men

Trois pieces de salon

5.

'

th

save

I'.efore Jehovah's awful throne


Airs from " The creation " (Haydn)
Vital spark of hea\ enly fiame

4.

SwitzerlaTiu.

20.

My

Romagna.

4.

Op. 127. Sacred melodies:


Martin Luther's hymn
t.
2.
Old hundredth psalm
3.

each

Trois morceaux caracteristiques:


La gitana

>

18.

21.

Sardinia.

121.

1.

M eyer

>

17.

Poland.

12.

Lesmontagnes Boh6miennes.

Leopold de

3
3
3
3
3

Bonnie Scotland.

Repose
Sorrow and relief
Cradle song

Naples.

19.

3
3

...

>

Mayer
C.Mayer

C.

" Pens^es musicales."

Spain.
Portugal.

Saxony.

3.

Lisple Laute, lisple linde


Virgo Maria (O Sanctissima)

Op. no.
1

1.

7.

16.

8.

Three characteristic melodies


W'enn ich ein Voglein war

3
a

15.

7.

Mayer el d'AdoIphe Henselt

106.

Kathleen Mavoumeen and Dermot astore


..
Fantasia
L'elisire d'amore..
La git;ina. 'ihe new cachucha
Les noces. Fantasia, introducing Danish air ..m,,..
Relics of Wales (Three Welsh airs)
....
Rousseau's dream. Opriccio
....
The bloom is on the rye (Bishop)
The lig.ht of other days (lialfe)
he old house at home (Lodei)
Victoria march (introducing " The brave old oV ") ..

Op.

3
2

Variations

Gondolier row.

7-

Annie Laurie. Scotch melody. Transcribed

Auld Robin Gray. Scotch melody. Transcribed ....


Hardic relics, No. i. Sweet Richard
Bardic relics, No. 2. Nos galan
Bardic relics. No. 3. Llandovery and Serch hudol..
Hardic relics, No. 4. Of noble race was Shenkin ....
Savourneen deelish and
li'^auties of Irish melody.
Kate Kearney
bridal march
^..^....
Chan; des Croates (J. lilumenthal)

4-

3.

aw

14.

the

Prussia.
Prussia.

Trois morceaux originaux

fontainc
Si oiseau j'^tais

St. Gallois

La

save

3
2

J.

Grace

'

>

Hungary.

1.

Twenty-four National Airs

11.

2.

not

Bavaria.
10. Austria (Haydn's hymn),

I'ale

Trois Etudes de Charles

cceur pense

9.

Zuric

T32.

I.

Op

le

Emperor).

Kalliwoda
Molique

<

wenn durch den Hain dcr Nachtigallea

13.

German melodies:
Curschmann

.-*.

...

Tage

Denmark.
Russia (God

transcrites

OF HIS FAVOURITE COMPOSITIONS:

Don Pasquale. Fantasia


Gems of Irish melody, No t
Gems of Irish melotiy. No. 2
God save the Queen. \'ariations

Suisse."

Sweden.

a.

BALSIR.

l"icful daily practice, scales, exercises, and preludes in various


styles, for pupils in all degrees of advancement
i

"Voyage EN

99.

2.

4.

Norway.

3.

"Recreations Mt;siCALHS."
Streamlet cease
Forth I roam
If o'er the boundless sky

lvrique,

1.

7
2

Twelve recreations

Schubert." Trois melodies


to me she gave

flow'reis that
Praise of tears

Op.

Lc carnaval de Venise.

i.

Ye

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HoMMAGE

a.

CHATTERTON, FREDERICK.
Amor

"

89.

3
2

I.

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brilliant variations

2.

"Voyage

5.

_.

y.

style

The

6.

Beethoven
Mendelssohn
The first violet
Mendelssohn
Zuleika
Schubert
Cooling zephyrs
Spohr
The huntsman, soldier, and sailor
Kticken
A ride I once was taking (Trab, trab)
Kticken
broken
(Maid
of
now
lies
Judah)
harp
My
Speyer
My heart's on the Rhme
Proch
From the Alp the horn resounding
With sword at rest (The standard bearer) Lindpaintner
Abt
When the swallows fly towards home (Agathe)
Kucken
Oh wert thou mine for ever

ou

ces inst.ints

Remind me

Adelaide

1 .

3-

Twelve progressive preludes,

Trois ^tudls caracteristiques

57.
1

exei;cises on a favourite melody by Bishop, being


class of the Appendix to the general course of

16.

27.

.^

Eighteen

hands and steadiness

12.

Nachgefiihl
Adieu, charmant pays de France
For I, methlnks, till I grow old
L'air est doux, le ciel est beau
Ange aux yeux bleus
We rove among 'he roses
Au bord du Rhin
Au bord de la Lahn
Au bord de la Nahe
Au bord du Neckar
Auf leichtem Zweig
Ah be not sad

it.
4

1.

10.

rose-tree in

'

sprites

2.

8.

'*

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Andalusia. Bolero brillant


The keel row. Fantasia
Santa Lucia. Neapolitan air
Un ballo in maschera. Fantaisie

Songs without words

'

Four musical sketches

'

13.

plaisirs

Preparation

"My

Emaai
Nabuco

vvaves

b
b

F. C.

Traviata
Traviati
Traviata
Traviai*

bark glides through the silver wave

Op. 159.
Op. 166.
Op. 167.
Op. 170.

b
b

6.

'

Ri^oletic

"Seaside rambles."

158.

'

Lombardi

pensiero

1.

<

de la ni^molre. Select ni<rl.jdies from the works of


the most popular composers, intended to be performed from
each
memory. In 4 books

Les

Divertimento
lodging
Melange (introducing

Auld Robin Gray.

Di Provenza il mar
Libiamo (Brindisi)

11.

1 rovaiore

vampa
fe

7.

b
b

tranac*

irs,

Parigi, o cara
Ah, fors' e lui

9.

Rkliquf.s Iklandai*;es. Favourite Irish airs


Planxty Kelly and The old woman
1.
Nancy Dawson and Savourneen Deelish
2.
Sly Patrick and The Moreen
3.

R.

Introduction and variation*..

Trovatore
Trovatore
Trovatore

La mia letizia
mobile
La donna

ro.

LABARRE, THEODORE,

Le moulinet
Welch polka

9-

The

6
6
6

March

5-

Scotch air and a

air

HUNT. W.

V The
4-

_.

The

a.

10.

Blangini

op<rratic

morte

la

4.

9.
i

che

3.

Keller

Le vaillant trouba Hour


The farewell of Raoul de Coucy
Le depart du jeune Grec
Adolphine. German air
German Waltzes
Ve banks and braes o' bonny Doon

'.

&c.

airs,

Twelve

of Vhrdi."

balen del suo sorriso


Si !a stanchezza

7.

II

8.

Select
'Etrknnks aux dames
True love. German air
I,

"Gems

Ah

5.

scribed

HOtST, GTTSTAVUS VON.

Sketch
L'invitazione del gondoliere.
Fantasia on Verdi's opera
II trovatore.
La traviata. Souvenir de I'opera de Verdi

149*

6.

Sketch

Nereides.

132.
142.
144.
146.

a.

Fantasia on Doniyetti's opera


Lucrezia Borgia.
NcH-ma. Fantasia on Bellini's opera

brillatit

very easy.

d,

Gems

t.

GODEFROID, FELIX.

F.

easy

c,

"./EoLiAN chords."

129.

3.

series of popular melodies

3.

Op.

a.

B.

0.

6
6

The rising of the lark


March of the men of Harlech

BELLOTTA,

The Harpist's friend.


1.
Merch Megan

I.

Galop

OBERTHUR, CHARLES<fw.'/u<i

..

I.

a.

The rising of the sun


Of nuble race was bhenkin

T. P.
Introduction and variations ....

love but thee (T. Moore).

moderately difficult)

b,

difficult;

CHIPP,

o
o
6

5
4
a

for

a, stands

the degree of difficulty,

APT0MMA3.

OF

d.

anta^U, dedicated to Thalberg


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[nlroducrion and variations on a favourite Air of Bellini
March-; favorite du Sultan
t

HARP SOLOS.

t.

CATALOGUE

No.

Scofrb melodies..

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