The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, July 12, 1912, Page 14, Image 14
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A i Gounod 285 Gipsy's Song, from "II Trova- toro" Vordl 28 G Heart Bowed Down, "Bohe mian Girl" Balfo 287 Homo to Our Mountains, from "II Trovatoro" ...., Vordl 288 How So Fair, from "Martha" 289 I Dreamt tha't'f Dwelt "inMarblo Halls, from "Bohemian Girl" 290 It was" Not So"to 'bV, ' from "Trumpetor of Sakkingen" ,.., Nesslor 291 lipvo Song from "Lohongrin" .. ; Wagner 292 Lullaby, from "Brminio" nnn . Jacobowski S2? uUaby' ivovn "Jocolyn," ...Godard 294 O Thou Sublime, Swcot Even ing Star, from ''Tannhauser," ... , , Wagnor 295 Onco Again I Would Gazo ... "Faust" Gounod 29 C Over tho Summer Sea, from ft from "Rigolotto" Vordl 297 Pilgrim's Chorus, from "Tann- hauser" Wagner 208 Prayer, from "Freischut.". .Weber 299 Soldiers' Chorus, from "Faust" S0O Spirit 'of Light,' 'from' "La Fa-Und ... mtyorIta" Donizottl 301 Then You'll Remember Mo, .from "Bohomian Girl" Balfo 302 Though to Heaven From Sor row Flying, from "Lucia dl ,. 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Excellent for ni. teaching and recital. 314 College March Medley Hawloy Containing tho Infectious strains of ,1P 'ho popular college songs. 315 Colonial Medley Fitzpatrick Containing melodies of tho most 01. PPUIar barn dances published. 310 Dance of the Butterflies t (Schottischo-Caprico) Nat Wiso 317 Danco of tho Goldonrods 318 Dance of Yho"sYaYsV: An(ithr big seller by tho composer ... f "Danco of tho Honeybees." 319 Danco of the Midgets. .Greenwald Danco characteristic. 32 Dreaming (Waltz) Aguoro Now beautiful waltz number. Very effective j 321 Excelsior Medloy Hawlev Medley of sacred songs. riawiey 322 Homo Guard Greenwald An oxcollont School March. " 323 Falling Wators Fitzpatrick domSnd? numbr In popular 324 Fernando Waltz Lomor T ValsBfee. WaUZ SUCCCS3 sinc" 325 Let 'Er Go (March) Wood on3lnEr' rattlins-snlrited composl 32C Loving Hearts (Tone Poem).. A beautiful,'-sweet,' soulful tonooom by a famous composer. u 327 Lovo Thoughts Waltzes, Greenwald An interesting and very popular danco numbor. "vumh 328 Meditation Kimball A dolightful llttlo Reverie. ""amDaI1 329 Moonbeams on tho Lake . Fltznatrfrlr A successful composition by a dodu lar composer, v p 33LNtlonaJl Echoes (March) ....Ellis Modlcy of patriotic airs. U1"s 331 Plantation Medloy of Southern Airs , Snow Popular Southern tunes arranged to pleaso and sell. b to 332 Royal Medloy (March) Snow A medley march doservlng Its titlo by its beauty and Its sales. 333 Shower of Roses (Rovorlo) .... 334 swoot MVditati'ons,::;:.B.e.s.3.10 Sj; A charming rovorlo with a sweoL flowing melody. 335 Twentieth Contury Woman March .....Morris JSy popular march Number. 330 Yankoo Notions Richmond Another Hit by tho compose? of o D,anco .ot th0 Honoybeos." 337 Whoop 'Er Up (March and Two StODI nrrni trr... Another suro Kit by tho composer of tho famous Lot 'Er Go March. 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