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"We'll Sing to Abe Our Song!": Sheet Music about Lincoln, Emancipation, and the Civil War from the Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana

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300,000 more / by George R. Poulton.
600,000 more, we are coming Father Abraham : song and chorus / [music] by a Volunteer ; [words by Robert Morris].
'63 is the jubilee / words by J.L. Greene ; music by D.A. French.
Abraham Lincoln / [by William Cumming].
Abraham Lincoln's funeral march / composed by C.H. Bach.
Abraham Lincoln's funeral march : composed for the piano forte / by William Wolsieffer.
Abraham the great and Genl. Grant his mate / composed and sung by T. Brigham Bishop and troupe.
Abraham! our Abraham! : a rallying song and chorus to the popular melody Maryland! my Maryland! / newly arranged by W.F.S. ; [words by H.]
Abraham's covenant : a new battle song / words & music by A. Bert. Tobey.
Abraham's daughter : as sung by Ben Cotton / arranged by F.H.H. Oldfield.
Abraham's draft, 600,000 more : song & chorus / written & arranged by J.W. Turner.
Abraham's tea party : song & chorus / by J.H. McNaughton.
The American Volunteers' triumphal march / by Dr. Edward Clapham, surgeon, 7th Mich. V. Inf., late of Army of Potomac & Tennessee.
The assassin's vision : ballad / words & music by J.W. Turner.
Away goes Cuffee, or, Hooray for '63 / words & music by L.B. Starkweather.
The Bell and Everett schottisch / composed by Francis H. Brown.
The black brigade : plantation song and dance ; sung with great success at Bryant's Minstrels / words & music composed by Dan D. Emmett.
Brave McClellan is our leader now, or, Glory hallelujah / words by Mrs. M.A. Kidder ; also the famous John Brown's song ; arranged for the piano by Augustus Cull.
The campaign polka / composed and respectfully dedicated to the Philadelphia Liberty Cornet Band by Mary E. Walsh.
Campaign quick step ... / arranged in an easy manner by M.H. Cross.
Campaign song for Abraham Lincoln.
Come back massa, come back : as sung by C. Henry at Wood's Minstrels, 514 Broadway, N.Y. / words by I.W. Lucas, Esq. ; composed and arranged by Gomez.
Dan Bryant's popular comic song How are you green-backs : as sung by him with immense success at Bryant's Minstrels ; also by Mrs. John Wood in the grand fairy extravaganza Fair one with the golden locks / words by E. Bowers, Esq. ; arranged by Chas. Glover ; [additional verses by G.W.H. Griffin].
The darkies rally : song & chorus / by W.W. Partridge.
Darky Sam : song & chorus / composed by J. Young.
De day ob liberty's comin' / words & music by G.F. Wurzel [pseud.]
The death knell is tolling : quartette ; a requiem to the memory of our late beloved president Abraham Lincoln / written by Hon. H.H. Cody ; music by J.F. Fargo.
Dey said we wouldn't fight / words by Mrs. M.A. Kidder ; Music by Mrs. Parkhurst.
Dirge : our deeply lamented martyred president / words written by O. Wheelock ; music composed by E. Mack.
Do not leave me mother darling : the last words of little Tad Lincoln ; song with chorus ad lib / words by Robert B. Johnson ; music by Frank M. Davis, author of Bear it gently to my mother, Prisoners return, Weep no more o'er allies grave, &c.
Down by the brook at the end of the lane / words and music by Frank Howard.
Emancipation : song and chorus.
Emancipation hymn : quartette & chorus / composed and dedicated by permission to the Salem Union League by Manuel Fenollosa, Salem, Mass., June 1863 ; [words by R.T.L.]
Emancipation march : composed and arranged for the piano and respectfully dedicated to his excellency Abraham Lincoln / by Thomas J. Martin.
Enjolras, the song of the patriot / written and composed by Edmundus Scotus, R.Q.S. ; arranged for the piano by George Zoeller.
Farewell father, friend & guardian / arranged as an instrumental by G.F. Root.
Farewell father, friend and guardian : song and chorus / words by L.M. Dawn ; music by Geo. F. Root.
The flag is at half mast : quartette / by Wm. Willing.
The flower from Lincoln's grave : sung with great success by James Holbertson / words by Burton Lawrence ; music by James Holbertson.
Frederick Douglass funeral march / by N. Clark Smithe.
The freedman's lament : song and chorus / words and music by M.B. Ladd ; arranged for the piano forte by Mrs. E.A. Parkhurst.
Freedom's call / set to music by Karl Cora.
Funeral march : in memory of our lamented president Abraham Lincoln / by Charles Wels.
Funeral march : performed at the funeral of Abraham Lincoln / music by Donizetti.
Funeral march : to the memory of Abraham Lincoln, the martyr president / [by Mrs. E.A. Parkhurst].
Funeral march : to the memory of Abraham Lincoln, the martyr president of the United States of America, who died April 15th, in the 57th year of his age / music by Mrs. E.A. Parkhurst.
Funeral march dedicated to the memory of Abraham Lincoln / by Bvt. Major General J.C. Barnard ; played at the obsequies of the late president of the United States by the U.S. Marine Band.
Funeral march to the memory of Abraham Lincoln / [by Gaetano Donizetti].
Funeral march to the memory of Abraham Lincoln : as played by Bach's orchestra at the funeral ceremonies at Milwaukee Wis. / composed by C.H. Bach.
Give us just another Lincoln : arranged for band, orchestra, mandolin, banjo, and guitar / words and music by Paul Dresser, composer of The blue and the gray, The green above the red, On the banks of the Wabash, and many other successes.
A gloom is cast o'er all the land : (song and chorus) ; to the memory of our lamented president / words and music by Henry Schroeder.
The good old Union wagon : corrected from the original song, called The secession wagon / by S. Matthews.
Greenbacks : new song for the times ; sung by Bryant's Minstrels / words and music by Dan D. Emmett, author of Dixie's land, High daddy, &c. &c.
He's gone to the arms of Abraham : comic song and chorus / by Sep. Winner.
Here we are, here we are, or, Cross ober Jordan : a walk around / by Daniel D. Emmett ; arranged for the piano forte by M. Keller.
Hold on Abraham : song and chorus, being a response of Uncle Sam's boys, to the call for Three hundred thousand more, (Uncle Sam's boys are coming right along,) to the president of the United States ; sung with immense success by Wood's Minstrels / by Wm. B. Bradbury, author of Marching along, The dear old flag, Flag of our union, &c. &c.
Honest old Abe : song & chorus / words by D. Wentworth, Esq. ; music by a Wide Awake.
Honest old Abe's quick step : for the piano.
How sleep the brave / words by William Collins ; music by Carlo Bardetti.
The hurrah for the red, white & blue : an old friend in a new dress / lines by Robert Burns, altered and adapted to suit the present times by James E. Murdoch.
I'se on de way : choruses & solo / arranged & composed by Wurzel [pseud.]
In memoriam : in honor of President Lincoln / by Dr. F. Haase.
In memoriam : quartette on the death of Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth president of the United States / words by Mrs. E.J. Bugbee ; music by H.T. Merrill.
In memoriam A. Lincoln / by Gertrude I. Ladd.
In memoriam, Lincoln : the words written and dedicated to Col. Theo. S. Case, Qr. M. Genl. of Mo. / by Wm. P. Fox ; music by Francis Woolcott.
In memory of Abraham Lincoln / by Karl Formes.
In memory of Abraham Lincoln : a funeral march / by John K. Paine.
Jack on the green : plantation song ; composed for and sung by Bryant's Minstrels / by Dan. D. Emmett, author of U.S.G., the famous new national walk around.
Jeff's last proclamation / words & music by Union.
Jonathan to John / words by Hosea Bigelow ; music composed by F. Boott.
Kingdom coming / [by Henry C. Work] ; arranged for the piano forte by A. Baumbach.
Kingdom coming / Henry C. Work ; arranged for guitar by John Molter.
Lay him to rest : ballad / poetry by W. Dexter Smith, Jr. ; music by J.W. Turner.
Let the president sleep / written by James M. Stewart ; music by Geo. A. Brown.
Liberty's call, or, Hurrah for Abe and Andy / words by W.S. Blanchard ; music by L.B. Starkweather.
Lincoln centennial grand march / by E.T. Paul.
Lincoln Park march : as performed by H. Balatka's orchestra / composed by Chas. Breytspraak.
Lincoln Pavilion : souvenir polka / by Geo. Schleiffarth.
Lincoln quadrille / by Jas. W. Porter.
Lincoln quick step / [by Charles Grobe].
Lincoln quickstep / composed & arranged by Jessie Brinley.
Lincoln schottisch / [composed by D.C. Roberts].
Lincoln's dying refrain / composed by M.B. Ladd, author of Darling Minnie, &c.
Lincoln's funeral march / [by T.M. Brown].
Lincoln's funeral march / composed by Ch. Jos. Fischer.
Lincoln's funeral march / Henry Mayer.
Lincoln's funeral march : performed by Menter's Band / by C. Hess.
Lincoln's grave / words and music by Isaiah W. Gougler.
Lincoln's grove march : composed in honor of our veterans and last resting place of our martyr president, Abraham Lincoln / by E.C. Davis, author of Lincoln's funeral march.
Lincoln's requiem / words by Irene Boynton ; music by J.A. Butterfield.
Lincoln, Union, victory : march / by C.O. Lundberg.
Little Tad : ballad / words & music by J.W. Turner.
Live but one moment : ballad / poetry & music by J.W. Turner.
March, Lincoln Park : for pianoforte / by Henry Wannemacher.
The martyr of liberty : in memory of President Lincoln / poetry and music by James G. Clark, author of Voice of the army, Let me die with my face to the foe, Moonlight and starlight, Beautiful Annie, &c. &c.
The martyred patriot : grand funeral march ; performed on the reception of the remains of our beloved President Abraham Lincoln at Philad'a, April 22, 1865 / by J.W. Porter.
Massa Linkum's boy : song & chorus / by Malcolm S. Gordon [and H. Parker].
Monody on the death of A. Lincoln : sixteenth president of the United States, born Feb. 12th 1808, died by the hand of an assassin April 15th 1865 / words & music by J.C. Beckel.
Mount, boys, mount : song of the 20th New York Cavalry / written & composed by Charles T. Hammond.
Mournful sounds : grand heroic funeral march ; in memory of Abraham Lincoln / by Louis Piket.

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