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Dirge: Our Deeply Lamented Martyred President!

words written by O. Wheelock ; music composed by E. Mack
Format
Musical Score; Online
Published
Philadelphia (722 Chestnut St., Philadelphia) : Lee & Walker, c1865.
Language
English
Variant Title
Our deeply lamented martyred president
First line of text: Man may die, still joined our hands
Description
1 score (5 p.).
Notes
  • For vocal quartet and piano.
  • "George F. Swain."
  • "Very respectfully inscribed to Mrs. Lincoln, widow of the late President of the United States, by the author-- with the assurance that he shares the nation's condolence."
Publisher/plate no.
9196 5 Lee & Walker
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    a| Our deeply lamented martyred president
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    a| Philadelphia (722 Chestnut St., Philadelphia) : b| Lee & Walker, c| c1865.
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    a| For vocal quartet and piano.
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    a| "George F. Swain."
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    a| "Very respectfully inscribed to Mrs. Lincoln, widow of the late President of the United States, by the author-- with the assurance that he shares the nation's condolence."
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    a| Lincoln, Abraham, d| 1809-1865 x| Assassination v| Songs and music.
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    a| Vocal quartets with piano.
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    a| Popular instrumental music y| To 1901.
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    a| Wheelock, O., e| lyricist.
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    a| Swain, George F., e| engraver.
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    a| Lincoln, Mary Todd, d| 1818-1882 e| dedicatee.
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    a| M1 .S445 v.170 no.26 w| ALPHANUM i| 5315418-1001 l| CHECK-LOC m| SPEC-COLL t| RAREBOOK
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M1 .S445 v.170 no.26