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CIVIL WAR, CONFEDERATE SHEET MUSIC]. A fine bound collection of 14 issues of patriotic sheet music printed in the Confederacy, including one inscribed by its author, printed in various places including Richmond, Augusta, New Orleans and Macon, 1861-1...

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CIVIL WAR, CONFEDERATE SHEET MUSIC]. A fine bound collection of 14 issues of patriotic sheet music printed in the Confederacy, including one inscribed by its author, printed in various places including Richmond, Augusta, New Orleans and Macon, 1861-1864. 4to, 315 x 240mm. and smaller, together 14 pieces, bound in contemporary marbled paper boards, black cloth spine (upper cover detached, scattered stains and marginal defects) . Contents: SCHREINER, Hermann L. Gen. Lee's Grand March , Macon, Ga.: John C. Schreiner & Son, n.d. 6 pp., including title-page and catalogue. Parrish & Willingham 7045. -- TUCKER, St. George. The Southern Cross. Song...Music by C.L. Peticolas. Richmond, Va., 1863. 4 pp., including lithographic title in purple. P & W 7482. -- SAWYER, Charles Carroll. When the Boys Come Home! . Augusta, Ga.: Blackmar & Bros., n.d. 6 pp., including titlepage in dark blue, last page with catalogue. P & W 7624. -- WEIR, Mrs. Margaret. Dixie Doodle, A Song, Written, Composed and Dedicated to "our dear Soldiers on the Battlefield." New Orleans: Werlein and Halsey, n.d. 6 pp., including titlepage in red and blue (title defective at bottom, affecting imprint, and one corner). P & W 6963. -- JACKSON, T.J. ("Stonewall"), poet . My Wife and Child. Song. Poetry by the Late Lamented Hero, General "Stonewall" Jackson. Music by F.W. Rosier. Richmond, Va., 1863. 4 pp., including titlepage in blue and brown with small portrait of Jackson. P & W 7288. -- MACARTHY, Harry. The Bonnie Blue Flag. Composed, Arranged and Sung at His Personation Concerts . New Orleans: Blackmar & Bros., 1861. 6 pp., including title in blue and red with battle standards. P & W 6843. -- ELDER, Mrs. C.D., of New Orleans. The Confederate Flag. National Air...composed and most respectfully dedicated to...President Jefferson Davis, by Sig. G. George. New Orleans: Blackmar & Bros., n.d. 8 pp., including titlepage in blue and red with large first national flag. P & W 6919. -- WARD, Charlie L., 4th Kentucky Regiment. Kentucky Battle Song. Respectfully Inscribed to the Kentucky Brigade. Columbia, S.C.: B. Duncan & Co., n.d. [1863]. 4 pp., including elaborate titlepage in red and blue showing an array of battle-standards with names of battles and generals. A PRESENTATION COPY, inscribed in pencil: "Presented to Mrs. Julia Willis by Charlie Ward" at top of title. P & W 7177 (citing only one other copy). Very rare. -- CAPERS, W.C., Capt. C.S.A. Carrie Bell. Ballad. Music by T. Von La Hache. Augusta, Ga.: Blackmar & Bros., n.d. 4 pp. (stains to title). P & W 6890. -- VISHER, Albin. I Cannot Forget Thee. Ballad, as Sung by Madame Ruhl. Augusta, Ga.: Blackmar & Bros, 1864. 4 pp., including decorative titlepage. P & W 7112. -- RANDALL, James R. There's Life in the Old Land Yet...Music by Edward Eaton. Augusta, Ga.: B. Duncan & Co., n.d. -- 4 pp., including lithographed titlepage with anchor. P & W 7548. -- NELSON. Vale of Rest . Macon, Ga.: John W. Burke, n.d. 4 pp., including lithographed titlepage listing "Gems of Southern Song." P & W 7576. -- HEWITT, J.H. Yes, We Think of thee at Home. Answer to Do They Think of Me at Home?...Music by E. Clarke Ilsley. Augusta, Ga.: Blackmar & Bros., n.d. 4 pp., including lithographed title. P & W 7650. -- CAMERON, S.E., Chaplain. Close Up the Ranks. Composed by a Refugee in London Addressed to Soldier Comrades in the Field. Richmond, Va.: George Dunn & Co, n.d. 4 pp., including lithographed titlepage. P & W 6909.

Informationen zur Auktion
Auktionshaus: Christie's
Titel: Auction 19.05.2000
Auktionsdatum: 19.05.2000
Adresse: Christie's
New York, Rockefeller Center