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Victorian Sheet Music Covers Collection

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Victorian Sheet Music Covers Collection, 1826-1952 | Special Collections & Archives

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Collection Overview

Title: Victorian Sheet Music Covers Collection, 1826-1952Save to your list.

Predominant Dates:1870-1920

ID: SC/VMC

Extent: 4.6 Linear Feet

Forms of Material: Ephemera, Paper records

Languages: German, French, English

Abstract

The Victorian Sheet Music Covers Collection consists of approximately 840 sheet music covers produced in the United Kingdom during the Victorian era, which depict various aspects of British life and culture at the time, and demonstrate the development of printing techniques including color lithography and embossing. While the majority of the items in the collection are only covers, a few pieces are still attached to their scores. Also included in the collection is a small number of news clippings with articles related to Victorian music and music hall performers.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Victorian Sheet Music Covers Collection consists of approximately 840 sheet music covers produced in the United Kingdom during the Victorian era, which depict various aspects of British life and culture at the time, and demonstrate the development of printing techniques including color lithography and embossing. While the majority of the items in the collection are only covers, a few pieces are still attached to their scores. Also included in the collection is a small number of news clippings with articles related to Victorian music and music hall performers. The covers in the collection have been arranged alphabetically by song title.

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections & Archives

Access Restrictions: The collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions: Copyright for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator(s) of this collection has not been transferred to California State University, Northridge. Copyright status for other materials is unknown. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Preferred Citation: For information about citing items in this collection consult the appropriate style manual, or see the Citing Archival Materials guide.

Processing Information: Jessica Geiser, 2014


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Box 2Save to your list.
Item 1: Fagre Rosamonde - written by Albert Smith, composed by John ParrySave to your list.
Item 2: Fair Gertrude Valse by Willem VandervellSave to your list.
Item 3: The Fairest of the Fair by Chas. D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 4: Far, Far Upon the Sea by Henry RussellSave to your list.
Item 5: Father, Forgive Them! - written by Charles Jefferys, music by Stephen GloverSave to your list.
Item 6: Father Hear Me - words by Maria N., music by Stephen GloverSave to your list.
Item 7: Faust by Chas. D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 8: The Faust Waltz by Charles CooteSave to your list.
Item 9: La Favorita by Felix GantierSave to your list.
Item 10: The Favorite March, The Queen's Letter by Franz HabecSave to your list.
Item 11: The Favorites, Two Sets of QuadrillesSave to your list.
Includes Score
Item 12: The Feast of the Lanterns by Chas. W. GloverSave to your list.
Item 13: The Female American SerenadersSave to your list.
Item 14: Fern Leaves Morceau de Salon by Jules FavreSave to your list.
Item 15: Fern Leaves Valse by JullienSave to your list.
Item 16: La Fille de Madame Angot Quadrille by Charles CooteSave to your list.
Item 17: La Fille de Madame Angot Quadrille by Charles Coote [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 18: La Fille de Mme. Angot Valse Favorite by Olivier MétraSave to your list.
Includes Score
Item 19: La Fille du Tambour Major by O. MetraSave to your list.
Item 20: First Love Valse by Henry FarmerSave to your list.
Item 21: First Love Valse by Henry Farmer [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 22: The Flag of the Free - words by Eliza Cook, composed by Henry RussellSave to your list.
Item 23: Fleur D'Amour Polka by Antonio L. MoraSave to your list.
Item 24: Fleur de Castille Varsoviana by Charles HeintzSave to your list.
Item 25: The Flirt Polka by Charles WestallSave to your list.
Item 26: Flirtation Valse by R.F. HarveySave to your list.
Item 27: The Floral Hall Polka by Albert RhenholdSave to your list.
Item 28: The Floral Quadrilles by W.W. PearsonSave to your list.
Item 29: Florence Valse by A. MiolanSave to your list.
Item 30: Florentiner-Galopp by Edmund NeumannSave to your list.
Item 31: Floriana by F.G. TinneySave to your list.
Item 32: The Florida Waltz by E. BergmannSave to your list.
Item 33: The Flower of the Field by Chas. D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 34: The Flower Queen Polka by Leonard W. WhalleySave to your list.
Item 35: The Flower Spirit by J.W. WilliamsSave to your list.
Item 36: The Flower Spirit by J.W. Williams [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 37: The Flowret is Faded - words by J. Streaks, music by W.T. WrightonSave to your list.
Item 38: The Fly-By-Night Galop by Arthur MayneSave to your list.
Item 39: The Flying Scud Quadrilles by Geo. RichardsonSave to your list.
Item 40: The Frenchman or Tra La La Bon - performed by Henri Clark, written by C.W. HuntSave to your list.
Item 41: The Frieston Quadrilles by Digby PalmerSave to your list.
Item 42: Frozen Cascade, 1871Save to your list.
Item 43: The Frozen Stream Quadrilles by H.J. SwattonSave to your list.
Item 44: Les Fugitives Grand Galop Americain by Edwin H. ProutSave to your list.
Item 45: The Fun of the Ball Galop by C.H.R. MarriottSave to your list.
Item 46: The Galatea Valse by H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, K.G.Save to your list.
Item 47: Gee! But This is a Lonesome Town - performed by Eddie Fox, written by Billy GastonSave to your list.
Item 48: Gems from Classical Composers No. 1Save to your list.
Item 49: Genève, Morceau Pittoresque by Rudolf NordmannSave to your list.
Item 50: The Ghost Galop by A. FantomSave to your list.
Item 51: The Ghost Melody by Bernard KellerSave to your list.
Item 52: The Ghost's Gallop by Frank MuscraveSave to your list.
Item 53: The Gipsy Girl Polka by Carl PfannenmüllerSave to your list.
Item 54: The Gipsy Girl Polka by Carl Pfannenmüller [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 55: The Gipsy or The Stolen Child - written by G.W. Birch, composed by Joseph Alfred BarnettSave to your list.
Item 56: Gipsy Quadrilles by Stephen GloverSave to your list.
Item 57: The Gipsy's Life if a Joyous Life - words by Stuart Farquharson, composed by Edwin FloodSave to your list.
Item 58: The Girl from Kay's, Lancers - arranged by Dan Godfrey Junr., music by Ivan CaryllSave to your list.
Item 59: The Girl I Left Behind Me (English Air) by Jules FavreSave to your list.
Item 60: The Girls of Mallow and Yankee Fixins performed by Barney WilliamsSave to your list.
Item 61: The Go-A-Head Galop by J.G. CallcottSave to your list.
Item 62: God Bless the Prince of Wales by Brinley RichardsSave to your list.
Item 63: Gold and Gray by C.H. GounodSave to your list.
Item 64: Golden Beauty Waltz by Charles GodfreySave to your list.
Item 65: Golden Waves Valse by R. CooteSave to your list.
Item 66: The Goldfinch Quadrilles by Ricardo LinterSave to your list.
Item 67: The Goldfinch Quadrilles by Ricardo Linter [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 68: Golf Waltzes Far and Sure by J. DalzielSave to your list.
Item 69: The Good Bye at the Door by Stephen GloverSave to your list.
Item 70: Good Night Galop by CooteSave to your list.
Item 71: Good Queen Bess performed by Mr. And Mrs. Howard PaulSave to your list.
Item 72: Gordon or Too Late! Too Late! - written by Emma Letherbrow, arranged by Alfred Lee, 1885Save to your list.
Item 73: Grand Parade March by Stephen GloverSave to your list.
Item 74: Grand Review March of British Volunteers, 1860Save to your list.
Item 75: The Grand Round Quadrille by Fred GodfreySave to your list.
Item 76: Grande Mazurka Guerri<em>ère </em>by W. Vincent WallaceSave to your list.
Item 77: Grande PorteSave to your list.
Item 78: Grandfather's Clock by Henry C. WorkSave to your list.
Item 79: Greek Pirates Chorus by Rudolf NordmannSave to your list.
Item 80: The Greek Slave Waltz by JullienSave to your list.
Item 81: Grenada Quadrille on Spanish Airs by Chas. D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 82: The Grey Friar - performed by Herr Formes, words by J.W. Thirwall, composed by W. Lovell PhillipsSave to your list.
Item 83: The Guards Song by H.B. FarnieSave to your list.
Item 84: Guillame Tell by Felix GantierSave to your list.
Item 85: Guillame Tell by Felix Gantier [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 86: The Half-Moon Union - performed by Haverley's Minstrels, words by Frank W. Green, music by David BrahamSave to your list.
Item 87: Hands Across the Sea, Selection of National & Patriotic Airs British & AmericanSave to your list.
Item 88: Happy Dreams Valses by CooteSave to your list.
Item 89: The Happy Family Quadrille by Stephen GloverSave to your list.
Item 90: Happy Moments Schottische by Charles Coote Junr.Save to your list.
Item 91: The Harbour Bar - written by Frank W. Green, arranged by Charles Steele Tölle, composed by J.M. McNaughtonSave to your list.
Item 92: Hark! I Hear an Angel Sing by R.G. ShrivalSave to your list.
Includes Score
Item 93: Hark! I Hear and Angel Sing by R.G. Shrival [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 94: Hark! The Sabbath Bells are Pealing - words by R.C. Gidley, music by Edwin FloodSave to your list.
Item 95: The Harvest Queen Polkas by John PridhamSave to your list.
Item 96: The Hazel Eye - written by F.W.N. Bayley, composed by G.A. HodsonSave to your list.
Item 97: He Couldn't Take the Two of Us - performed by Lester Barrett, written by T. Conley, composed by Felix McGlennonSave to your list.
Item 98: Hear Me Norma - performed by Miss Rainforth & Miss Adelaide Kemble, words by Charles Jefferys, music by BelliniSave to your list.
Item 99: Heaven is Thy Home or The Crowded Harbour - words by Miss March, music by John BlockleySave to your list.
Item 100: The Heidelberg Polka by C.H.R. MarriottSave to your list.
Item 101: The Helena Polka by Charles D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 102: The Helena Valse by Fred GodfreySave to your list.
Item 103: Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still - words by J.E. Carpenter, composed by W.T. WrightonSave to your list.
Item 104: Her Very First Waltz by Ezra ReadSave to your list.
Item 105: Heralds of Spring by Carlo MinasiSave to your list.
Item 106: He's On The Sea - performed by Mrs. Keeley, words by Edward Fitzball, composed by G. Herbert RodwellSave to your list.
Item 107: Hilda by Dan GodfreySave to your list.
Item 108: Hilda by Dan Godfrey [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 109: Hills & Lakes of Scotland by John PridhamSave to your list.
Item 110: Hills & Lakes of Scotland by John PridhamSave to your list.
Item 111: The Hobble-Skirt Walk One-Step by Bertram LestrangeSave to your list.
Item 112: The Holiday Polka by T.G.B. HalleySave to your list.
Item 113: The Holy Family by William Hutchins CallcottSave to your list.
Item 114: Holy Father I Confess - words by Winthrop M. Praed, composed by Mrs. Edward FitzgeraldSave to your list.
Item 115: Home Again performed by the Christy MinstrelsSave to your list.
Item 116: Home of My Heart - words by W.J.C., composed by Richard F. HarveySave to your list.
Item 117: Home of My Heart - words by W.J.C., composed by Richard F. Harvey [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 118: Home Sweet Home by Sir Henry BishopSave to your list.
Item 119: Honey, Come An' Listen to Me - performed by Miss Lily Harold, written by John P. Harrington, composed by Orlando PowellSave to your list.
Item 120: The Honey Suckle Valse by T. BrowneSave to your list.
Item 121: Hop Light Loo Galop by CooteSave to your list.
Item 122: Hoping, Fearing, Evermore - written by Anne Fricker, composed by G.A. MacFarrenSave to your list.
Item 123: The Hour of Prayer - written by Mrs. Hemans, composed by S. NelsonSave to your list.
Item 124: How's Your Poor Feet by G.W. HuntSave to your list.
Item 125: The Huguenot Captain. Galop Bohemienne by Charles HallSave to your list.
Item 126: Huldigungs-Galopp by J. GadeSave to your list.
Item 127: Hush! Hush!! Hush !!! Here Comes the Broker's Man - performed by Charles Coborn, written by George Dance, composed by Dave BrahamSave to your list.
Item 128: Hush! The Bogie! - performed by Mr. E.J. Lonnen, written by Geo. R. Sims and Henry Pettitt, music by Meyer LutzSave to your list.
Item 129: I Love the Night - words by P. Morrise, music by Henry RussellSave to your list.
Item 130: I Really Couldn't Help It by Frank HallSave to your list.
Item 131: I Wait to Hear Thy Sweet Good Night! by H. WestSave to your list.
Item 132: I Went to Paris with Papa - performed by Miss Lottie Collins, written by Leslie Stuart, 1895Save to your list.
Item 133: I Will Na' Leave Thee, Bonny Jennie by A.D. HarrisonSave to your list.
Item 134: I Will Not Wed, Not Yet! Not Yet! - words by H. Robinson, music by C. LovegroveSave to your list.
Item 135: I'd Rather Be a Violet by Frederick BuckleySave to your list.
Item 136: Ida May by George LinleySave to your list.
Item 137: If I Hadn't Been a Sunday School Teacher - performed by Johnny Worman, written by Harry Castling, A.J. Mills and Bennett ScottSave to your list.
Item 138: I'm a Young Man From the Country but You Don't Get Over Me by Mr. Harry SydneySave to your list.
Item 139: I'm Very Fond of Water - words from Blackwood's Magazine, music by J.L. HattonSave to your list.
Item 140: In Courts That Are Brilliant, In Halls That Are Gay - words by Charles Jefferys, music by VerdiSave to your list.
Item 141: In My Own Sweet Native Vale by Alexander LeeSave to your list.
Item 142: In the Days When We Went Gipsying - written by Mr. Ransford, music by N.J. SporleSave to your list.
Item 143: In the Morning - performed by Miss Fannie Leslie, written by Norton Atkins, composed by Felix McGlennonSave to your list.
Item 144: In the Old Green Lane - words by M.A.E.B. music by AnnetteSave to your list.
Item 145: In These Peaceful Shady Bowers - performed by Made. Bosio, composed by FlotowSave to your list.
Item 146: The Inchcape Bell! - performed by Mrs. A. Toulmin, written by John Parry Junr.Save to your list.
Item 147: The Indian QuadrilleSave to your list.
Item 148: The Indian Quadrille by JullienSave to your list.
Item 149: L'Innamorata by G. SteffanoSave to your list.
Item 150: Ireland Quadrille Upon Irish Airs by Charles D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 151: Ireland Quadrille Upon Irish Airs by Charles D'Albert [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 152: The Irish Peasant by George BarkerSave to your list.
Item 153: The Irresistable Rifle Corps Polka by C.C. AmosSave to your list.
Item 154: Isabella Valse by Alfred MellonSave to your list.
Item 155: Isabelle by Rudolf NordmannSave to your list.
Item 156: The Isabelle Polka by Charles D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 157: Ispahãn Waltz by Popplewell Royle, 1893Save to your list.
Item 158: Italia Una, Raccolta di Canti Patriottici Italiani by A. VianesiSave to your list.
Item 159: The Italian Savoyard Boy - words by F.H.N. Bayley, music by Henry R. BishopSave to your list.
Item 160: I've Just Had a Letter - written by John Campbell, composed by Edward SouthwellSave to your list.
Item 161: The Jack-A-Lantern Waltzes by Francois AlbrunSave to your list.
Item 162: The Jack-A-Lantern Waltzes by Francois Albrun [2nd Copy]Save to your list.
Item 163: Jack's Alive! A National Song - written by J.J. Reynolds, composed by J. W. HobbsSave to your list.
Item 164: Janet's Choice Waltz by Frank MusgraveSave to your list.
Item 165: The Japanese Polka by Caston De LilleSave to your list.
Item 166: Jeannette et Jeannot (The Conscript's Departure) by C.W. CloverSave to your list.
Item 167: Jenny Lee - performed by Mrs. Howard PaulSave to your list.
Item 168: Jenny of the Mill - performed by Madlle. Liebhart, words by G. Linley, music by A. LeducSave to your list.
Item 169: Jerusalem the Golden - words by Revd. J.M. Neale, composed by Alexander EwingSave to your list.
Item 170: Jessie's Dream or The Relief of Lucknow by John BlockleySave to your list.
Item 171: Jessonda Valse by Chas. D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 172: Jesus Our Lord! by M. BowcottSave to your list.
Item 173: John Bull and His Three Little Brothers by J. W. DunnSave to your list.
Item 174: John Peel Galop by M. KikoSave to your list.
Item 175: The Jolly Nose - performed by Mr. Paul Bedford, words by W. Harrison Ainsworth, music by G. Herbert RodwellSave to your list.
Item 176: Jullien's Concerts, Covent Garden TheatreSave to your list.
Item 177: Ka-Foozle-Um - performed by Arthur Lloyd and Mr. Howard Paul, 1870Save to your list.
Item 178: The Kangaroo Galop by James CassidySave to your list.
Item 179: Kettle-Drum Polka by Frederic MullenSave to your list.
Item 180: Killarney, Irish Waltz by Henri LaurentSave to your list.
Item 181: The King Pippin Polka by Charles D'AlbertSave to your list.
Item 182: The Kingfisher Polka by C. Coote Junr.Save to your list.
Item 183: The Kiss Behind the Door or Where's Rosanna Gone - performed by George Leybourne, written by G.W. HuntSave to your list.
Item 184: Kit the Cobbler by One of the TradeSave to your list.
Item 185: The K'nut's Strut - A Fast Two-Step by Eric von StihltzSave to your list.

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