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I've brought thee an ivy leaf / [composed for the piano by] D[avid] Wood.
Wood, David D. 1838-1910.
New York :
Samuel T. Gordon,
Center for Popular Music (Mass Comm) - Stacks
Holdings details from Center for Popular Music (Mass Comm) - Stacks
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I've brought thee an ivy leaf / poetry by O.D. Martin ; composed for the piano by David Wood.
by: Wood, David D. 1838-1910.
Mary of Argyle / [written by Ch. Jefferys; composed] by S. Nelson.
by: Nelson, S. 1800-1862.
The dream is past / song written by F. Fitz Anbin, Esqr.; composed by S. Glover.
by: Glover, Stephen, 1813-1870.
We meet no more as once we met / written & composed for the piano forte by W. M. Rothsay of Virginia.
by: Rothsay, W. M.
Dearest Mae : a favorite Ethiopian song / [sung by the] Harmoneons; [words by Francis Lynch; music by James Power; composed for the piano forte by L. V. H. Crosby.].
by: Power, James, -1890.
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