When this cruel war is over / words by Cha's Carroll Sawyer ; music by Henry Tucker.
New York, NY :
H. De Marsan,
|Online Access:||Image available online, Middle Tennessee State University: Center for Popular Music|
|Item Description:||First line: Dearest love, do you remember.|
Publisher is listed at 54 Chatham St. in New York City directories for 1861 through 1863.
"The Music ... can be had of Sawyer & Thompson, 59 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y."--Beneath title.
Text of song in four eight-line stanzas, each with chorus, within illustrative border, titled "The Fountain."
Several CMP sheet music editions (earliest 1863, #000422-SMVOL, alternate title "Weeping, sad and lonely")--cite Tucker as composer and Sawyer as lyricist.
CPM #000422-SMVOL credit song as a Minstrel song.
OCLC #23661316 credits song as a Confederate ballad.
See variant editions: 000709-BROAD, 001212-BROAD, 001451-BROAD, 001452-BROAD, 001453-BROAD, 001652-BROAD, 003187-BROAD, 003188-BROAD, 003231-BROAD, and 003232-BROAD.
binder 5, item 179
Notation: Lyrics only
|Physical Description:||1 broadside : illustrations ; approximately 25 x 16 cm|