Glover scores <1800-60>

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Glover, M.J. Glover scores

Glover scores <1800-60>

American sheet music published originally as separate scores and bound as two separate volumes for Miss M.J. Glover, the collection's owner. Early to mid-19th century. Cities represented by publishers include Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York. Most of the music is scored for piano solo and piano with voice. Included are dance music, marches variations and opera excerpts. The collection is particularly strong for music popular in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

2 v. of music ; 32 cm.

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