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Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music, 1820-1860

Titles

Hyacinth polka /
The hyacinth polka /
Hyacinth redowa /
Hyacinth waltz /
Hymn for Easter /
The hymn of freedom /
Hymn to the Virgin, or, Ave Maria, op. 5 /
Hymne la nuit /
Hymnus, no. 1 /
I Lombardi /
I Puritani, duo de concert, op. 30 /
I am a gipsy, pretty maid /
I am a little beggar child, romanza /
I am a very little man /
I am dreaming /
I am dreaming of my home /
I am dreaming of thee, Napolitaine /
I am going home to morrow /
I am going there, or, The death of little Eva /
I am not angry /
I am not married yet /
I am not old, or, The song of seventy /
I am the Bayadere /
I am the Bayadere, the celebrated tamborine song.
I am thinking of home, ballad /
I am waiting for thee Nellie /
I am weary for my home, ballad /
I am weary with rowing /
I am young and I'm happy /
I arise from dreams of thee, a serenade /
I ask thee not if thou hast loved /
I bade thee not farewell /
I beg you'll not suppose Miss Snooks, a comic song /
I came to thy window love, a serenade /
I can but weep /
I can never list to thee /
I can't make up my mind /
I can-not live without thee, or, Loves presence, or, Dear love to be about thee /
I canna lo'e him less, ballad /
I cannot bear to die, sacred song /
I cannot call her mother, ballad /
I cannot change as others do /
I cannot forget thee /
I cannot forget thee, ballad /
I cannot give expression /
I cannot give expression, air from La sonambula /
I cannot give the signal gun, or, The mutineer /
I cannot live withou thee, ballad /
I cannot live without thee, ballad /
I cannot love another /
I cannot part with thee, ballad /
I cannot tell thee how I love thee /
I come! I come! /
I dare not hope she loves me /
I did not know thee then as now, ballad /
I dinna ken /
I dinna ken, Scotch song /
I do not ask to offer thee /
I do not love thee, favorite ballad /
I do not watch alone, ballad /
I dream of home /
I dream't that I dwelt in marble halls [from] The Bohemian girl /
I dreamed a dream of boyhood's days /
I dreamed of a gentle form! Ballad /
I dreamed of thee /
I dreamt last night, ballad /
I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls [from] The Bohemian Girl /
I dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls [from] The Bohemian girl /
I ever dream of thee, serenade /
I feel the thoughts I speak, ballad /
I fondly think of thee /
I gaze on the valley /
I gaze on thee /
I gaze with delight on thy beautiful face, ballad, or, My dearest I love thee /
I gazed upon the moonlit sea, ballad /
I give my hand - another has my heart /
I give thee all, my dearest, ballad /
I give thee back thy plighted vow, ballad /
I go - but where so-e'er I flee /
I go sweet friends, ballad /
I go, sweet friends /
I greet thee gentle flowers, aria from the new grand opera Giovanna di Napoli /
I greet thee gentle flowers, aria from the opera Giovanna di Napoli /
I hab leff Alabama /
I had a dream just now, mother /
I had a dream just now, mother! /
I had a gentle mother /
I had a gentle mother, ballad /
I had a hope /
I had once a merry heart /
I hae naebody now, Scotch ballad /
I have a rose a faded rose, ballad /
I have found thee but too late, ballad /
I have found thee, ballad /
I have got the blues to day! A comic ballad /
I have lov'd but the dream is now over /
I have lov'd but the dream is now over, a ballad /
I have lov'd thee long and truly, ballad /
I have loved - but the dream is now over /
I have loved thee /

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