Incidental music for The American lord, 19th or 20th century.


Roberts, Charles J. Incidental music for The American lord, 19th or 20th century.

Incidental music for The American lord, 19th or 20th century.

Orchestral part books containing both manuscript and printed items. Includes an overture, curtain tunes, marches, and dances. Printed pieces include: International march & two step by Charles J. Roberts; Columbia, the gem of the ocean; Yankee Doodle; Rule Britannia; Merry widow waltz; "The trumpet-major" lancers by L.P. Laurendeau; Paradise waltz by Edmund Braham; "The sparrow" polka by L.P. Laurendeau; America (my country 'tis of thee); The star spangled banner; Playmates by Harry J. Lincoln (arranged by Frank Hoyt Losey); and Centurion by L.P. Laurendeau.

10 part books ; 28 x 19 cm. to 29 x 22 cm.

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