[Binder's Collection: E. M. Peachey]

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Bound compilation of sheet music from the collection of Thurman Morrison. The contents were assembled by Edith Mills Peachey, and the 57 works in this volume include multiple ballads, quadrilles, polkas, and waltzes, with five different compositions by Henry Russell. Other composers with two works in the collection include Edwin Flood, Charles E. Horn, Louis Antoine Jullien, and Camille Schubert. About half of the works were published or co-published by the Musical Bouquet Office. All titles were published in London, but they cover a geographical scope including the British Isles and continental Europe, along with past and contemporaneous areas of … continued below

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384 p. ; 34 cm.

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Peachey, Edith Mills 1820/1879.

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  • Musical Bouquet Office
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of I'm afloat (5), Les rats quadrille (7), Annie Laurie; and My ain fireside: favorite Scotch ballads (8), A life on the ocean wave (11), La taglioni (13), The Punchinello quadrille (17), The Great Exhibition waltz of 1851 (19), La poste quadrille (20), The Caledonian quadrilles (21), The lancers quadrilles (22), La redowa waltz (25), Bonaparte's grand march; & The Annie Laurie march (26), Oh! steer my bark to Erin's isle (30), Rocked in the cradle of the deep (36), Excelsior! (41), Partant pour la Syrie (43) Lillie Dale (45), To the West, to the West! (46), Spring, spring, beautiful spring (48), The Newfoundland dog (49), and So early in the morning (56) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London, 192 High Holborn
  • Musical Bouquet Office
    Publisher Info: publisher of La donna è mobile: fair shines the moon (57) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London, 192 High Holborn
  • Musical Bouquet Office
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of Pestal: the celebrated Polish melody (12), The mermaid's cave (14), The Lola Montes polka (24), Quadrille on airs from La fille du régiment (27), Les dames de Séville (28), and If we say we have no sin; and The Easter hymn (32) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London, 200 High Holborn
  • Chappell
    Publisher Info: publisher of The blind man's bride (18), Adeline (40), and The Tyrolese evening hymn, or, Come to the sun-set tree (47) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Leoni Lee & Coxhead music sellers to Her Majesty Queen Victoria
    Publisher Info: publisher of The soldier's daughter (29), Hark! the Sabbath bells are pealing (33), and Sweet Sabbath days (34) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Addison & Hollier
    Publisher Info: publisher of Thou art gone from my gaze (3) and Fairy land (50) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Chappell & Co
    Publisher Info: publisher of Jessie's dream: a story of the Relief of Lucknow (54) and Beautiful star in heaven so bright (55) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Charles Jefferys
    Publisher Info: publisher of Jenny Lind's song: Farewell my fatherland (2) and The gipsy girl: a true story (51) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Leader & Cock
    Publisher Info: publisher of My déjeûner à la fourchette (4) and Oh Bay of Dublin! (53) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • C. Jefferys
    Publisher Info: publisher of Songs of a conscript > No.1, Jeannette's song (16) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Cramer Beale & Co.
    Publisher Info: publisher of Scenes that are brightest (1) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Duff & Hodgson
    Publisher Info: publisher of Will you love me then as now? (6) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • H. Tolkien
    Publisher Info: publisher of Beautiful dove: thou art welcome again (52) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Harry May
    Publisher Info: publisher of While the Christmas log is burning (38) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • J. Lawson
    Publisher Info: publisher of The national schottisch (23) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Jullien & Co. Royal Musical Conservatory & Circulating Library
    Publisher Info: publisher of The drum polka (37) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Jullien
    Publisher Info: publisher of La prima donna (42) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Platts & Co.
    Publisher Info: publisher of Bohemian melody (15) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • S. Chappell music seller to His Majesty
    Publisher Info: publisher of Elena oh! tu, ch'io chiamo (35) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • Welsh and Hawes
    Publisher Info: publisher of I've been roaming (10) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London, Royal Harmonic Institution
  • Robert Cocks & Co. 1850? M1619 .P33
    Publisher Info: publisher of The bridge (39) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • W. Blackman
    Publisher Info: publisher of What is prayer? (31) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • J. Allen
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of Bonaparte's grand march; & The Annie Laurie march (26), Oh! steer my bark to Erin's isle (30), Excelsior! (41), Partant pour la Syrie (43), Sir Harold the hunter (44), Lillie Dale (45), To the West, to the West! (46), Spring, spring, beautiful spring (48), The Newfoundland dog (49), and So early in the morning (56) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London
  • W. Strange
    Publisher Info: co-publisher of I'm afloat (5), Les rats quadrille (7), Annie Laurie; and My ain fireside: favorite Scotch ballads (8), A life on the ocean wave (11), Pestal: the celebrated Polish melody (12), La taglioni (13), The mermaid's cave (14), The Punchinello quadrille (17), The Great Exhibition waltz of 1851 (19), La poste quadrille (20), The Caledonian quadrilles (21), The lancers quadrilles (22) The Lola Montes polka (24), La redowa waltz (25), Quadrille on airs from La fille du régiment (27), Les dames de Séville (28), If we say we have no sin; and The Easter hymn (32), and Rocked in the cradle of the deep (36) in M1619.P33.
    Place of Publication: London

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Bound compilation of sheet music from the collection of Thurman Morrison. The contents were assembled by Edith Mills Peachey, and the 57 works in this volume include multiple ballads, quadrilles, polkas, and waltzes, with five different compositions by Henry Russell. Other composers with two works in the collection include Edwin Flood, Charles E. Horn, Louis Antoine Jullien, and Camille Schubert. About half of the works were published or co-published by the Musical Bouquet Office. All titles were published in London, but they cover a geographical scope including the British Isles and continental Europe, along with past and contemporaneous areas of British colonization in North America and India.

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384 p. ; 34 cm.

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  • 1820/1879

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  • Aug. 20, 2020, 9:08 p.m.

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Peachey, Edith Mills. [Binder's Collection: E. M. Peachey], score, 1820/1879; London, 192 High Holborn. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1706032/: accessed October 5, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Music Library.

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