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Old Tippecanoe: A Patriotic Song

written to be sung at Baltimore during the Young Men's Whig Convention and most respectfully inscribed to the young ladies of the monumental city by a Pennsylvanian
Format
Musical Score; Online
Published
Philadelphia : Ld. Meignen & Co., c1840.
Language
English
Related Title
Old Rosin the beau.
Description
1 score (3 p.) ; 32 cm.
Notes
  • For voice and piano.
  • Text, in English, of verse 1 printed with music, verses [2] to [12] printed at end.
  • At head of title and cover illustration: "Baltimore convention."
  • "A patriotic Whig song"--Caption.
  • Set to the tune: Old Rosin the beau.
  • Illustration on cover: portrait of William Henry Harrison, above a circle of illustrations and descriptions of several battle scenes and related events, adorned with military emblems and symbols (flag, eagle, cannons, sword, gun, drum), and with a log cabin at center / "On stone by J. Queen ; P.S. Duval Lith. Phila."
  • First line: Ye vanites of wide Pennsylvany.
  • First line of refrain: And vote for old Tippecanoe.
Publisher/plate no.
764 Ld. Meignen & Co.
Cited in
Crew, Danny O. Presidential sheet music, WWH-79.
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    a| "A patriotic Whig song"--Caption.
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M1 .S445 v.153 no.35