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

Titles

I'll let you /
I'll look for thee Mary, ballad /
I'll love thee in the spring time /
I'll love thee more and more, ballad /
I'll love thee then /
I'll meet thee in heav'n /
I'll not beguile thee from thy home /
I'll not forget thee /
I'll not forget you /
I'll paddle my own canoe /
I'll pray for thee [from] Lucia di Lammermoor /
I'll pray for thee [from] Lucia di Lammermoor, op. 123 /
I'll roam the dewy bowers /
I'll roam the dewy bowers, a favorite Tyrolian melody /
I'll sing thee a song of a dear little heart, ballad /
I'll take the heart thou off'rest me /
I'll think of thee ever /
I'll think of thee in merry hours /
I'll think of thee when morning light /
I'll throw myself away, with variations /
I'll throw myself away, with variations, op. 321 /
I'll touch my harp and dream again /
I'm a very unfortunate man /
I'm alone in the world, ballad /
I'm alone, all alone, ballad /
I'm dreaming oh! I'm dreaming, a ballad /
I'm dreaming oh! I'm dreaming, ballad /
I'm dreaming pleasant dreams, Willie /
I'm free to love, ballad /
I'm going home /
I'm going home tomorrow /
I'm going there, ballad /
I'm just of age /
I'm leaving thee in sorrow, ballad /
I'm never alone, ballad /
I'm off for Charleston /
I'm only sixteen /
I'm saddest when I sing /
I'm saddest when I sing, or, You think I have a merry heart ballad /
I'm sitting by thy grave dear love, or, The husbands lament /
I'm still thine own /
I'm still unchanged to thee, ballad /
I'm talking in my sleep, or, I have something sweet to tell you! /
I'm thine alone /
I'm thine forever thine /
I'm thinking of my Highland home /
I'm thinking of my childhood's days, or, Passing thoughts /
I'm thinking on thy smile Mary /
I'm thinking on thy smile Mary, the drunkard's lament! /
I'm twenty five /
I'm weeping o'er my roses, a ballad /
I'm with you in my dreams, ballad /
I'se going far away /
I've a home in the valley /
I've a home in the woods /
I've been roaming, rondo /
I've been upon the briny deep /
I've gazed on beauty's brow /
I've heard my own dear mother sing, a ballad /
I've journey'd over many lands, ballad /
I've laid you in the grave mother /
I've left the snow-clad hills /
I've lost my darling little girl /
I've loved thee long, or, Why this coolness now /
I've not a thought but what is thine, ballad /
I've something sweet to tell you /
I've wander'd afar from the land of my birth /
I've wandered by the hut side /
I've wandered east, I've wandered west, Scotch ballad /
I. O. O. F., Friendship, love, and truth /
I.O. of O.F. /
Iantha waltz /
Ianthe waltz /
The Ianthe waltz /
Ice cream galop /
The ice-cream quick step /
Ida Lee /
Ida May /
Ida Vane /
Ida polka /
The Ida waltz /
Les ideales, op. 114 /
Idlewild schottisch /
Idol mio = Most beloved, aria /
Idol mio = Oh return love, aria /
Idylle, op. 34 /
If I could have my way, comic song, op. 131 /
If I had thought thou could'st have died /
If I had thought thou couldst have died, romance /
If I tell thee how dear to my spirit thou art /
If I were a voice /
If from the lips the heart could speak /
If grief wild and mute /
If lov'd by thee, ballad /
If on the meads I cast my view = Seh' ich die weite grne au' /
If she love thee, sleeping song /
If sorrow has scattered /
If sorrow's tears /
If the deep voice of sorrow [from] Lucrezia Borgia /
If there's a pleasure on earth /

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