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The May Queen. Cantata in Three Parts. Part First Represents the May Queen full of joyousness and hope on the eve of May Day.You must wake and call me early, call me early, mother dear [first line]For I'm to be Queen o' the May, mother, I'm to be Queen o' the May [first line of chorus]
(Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St., 2012-06-22)
A Song to Charm All. The Chimes of Trinity. Song and Chorus.In a city grand and gay, where the mighty throng hold sway [first line]Tolling for the outcast, tolling for the gay [first line of chorus]
(Howley, Haviland & Co., 1260-66 Broadway, 2012-06-22)
Edinburgh Quadrille Upon Scotch Airs [includes "The Macgregor's March," "Kettle On," "Annie Laurie," and others).
(Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St., 2012-06-22)
Never Will I Marry.Any flimsy dimsy looking for true love better smile me no good dearie, good day [first line]
(Frank Music Corp., 2012-06-22)
The Universally Popular Ballad. Lorena.The years creep slowly by , Lorena, the snow is on the grass again [first line]
(H.M. Higgins, 117 Randolph St., 2012-06-22)
The Prince of Wales's Own Quadrilles.
(James L. Hewitt, 239 Broadway, 2012-06-22)