British folk-music settings. Nr. 18. Knight and shepherd's daughter : folk-song collected in Lincolnshire, England, in 1906 by Percy Aldridge Grainger and set for piano by Percy Aldridge Grainger. (Set Feb. 8-9-10, 1918.)
From the land of the sky-blue water. Opus 45, No. 1 / Charles Wakefield Cadman, poem by Nelle Richmond Eberhart, Omaha tribal melodies collected by Alice C. Fletcher. (4 American Indian Songs, Opus 45. No. 1. From the land of sky-blue water....
Songs (High voice) with piano; Piano music; Indians of North America--Songs and music; Incidental music--Vocal scores;
Handwritten diary of Mae Hanson, 1963-1940, resident of Cornish, Utah and sister of Virginia Hanson. In addition to the daily entries, Hanson's diary also contains lists of expenditures for clothing and other miscellaneous items.
Hanson, Mae, 1909-1978; Women--Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--Diaries; Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--Diaries; Cornish (Utah)--Diaries;
Le Coucou. Rondo / Claude Daquin, edited and fingured by Louis Oesterle. From Third series (Oeuvres choiseies (a collection of favorite compositions for the pianoforte edited and fingured by eminent masters).
Lo! Here the gentle lark / the words from Shakespeare, music by Henry R. Bishop, piano and voice. Song for soprano and piano. From Concert songs with accompaniment of piano and other instruments, First series.
Songs (High voice) with piano; Incidental music--Vocal scores with piano;
May-night,/ by Selim Palmgren, edited by Henry Clough-Leighter. No. 4 of Op. 27: 7 Klavierstücke, "Spring". (From The Boston Music Company selection of Modern works for the piano by European and American Composers).