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'Tis the Last Rose of Summer

written by Thomas Moore ; adapted and arranged by Sir John Stevenson
Format
Musical Score; Online
Published
Baltimore : Emerson Drug Co., [1895?]
Language
English words; verses 2-3 written as text following score
Uniform Title
Irish Melodies Last Rose of Summer
Variant Title
First line of text: 'Tis the last rose of summer
Series
Bromo-Seltzer Collection of 74 Popular Songs : Complete and Unabridged, Full Music Size With Piano and Organ Accompaniment
Description
1 score ([3] p.).
Notes
  • For voice and piano or organ.
  • Imprint date from notice on p. [4], reproduced from "'Washington Times', Thursday, July 4, 1895."
  • Title page illustration: Cartouche with Bromo-Seltzer bottle and a woman playing a Stieff piano.
  • Advertisement on p. [4]: "Bromo-Seltzer .. for the cure of headache."
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    a| 1 score ([3] p.).
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    a| Bromo-Seltzer collection of 74 popular songs : complete and unabridged, full music size with piano and organ accompaniment
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    a| For voice and piano or organ.
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    a| Imprint date from notice on p. [4], reproduced from "'Washington Times', Thursday, July 4, 1895."
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    a| Title page illustration: Cartouche with Bromo-Seltzer bottle and a woman playing a Stieff piano.
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    a| Advertisement on p. [4]: "Bromo-Seltzer .. for the cure of headache."
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    a| English words; verses 2-3 written as text following score.
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    a| Songs with piano.
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    a| Songs with organ.
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    a| Popular music z| United States y| To 1901.
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    a| Stevenson, John, c| Sir, d| 1761-1833, e| arranger.
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M1 .S445 v.175 no.22