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Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music, 1820-1860

Titles

There's music in the voice we love /
There's nae room for twa, Scotch ballad.
There's nae room for twa, Scotch ballad /
There's naught in life more beautiful, ballad /
There's naught so light as love /
There's not a leaf within the bower /
There's nothing like it /
There's nothing true but money /
There's rest for all in Heaven /
There's something on my lip, love, cavatina /
There's something on my lip, love, cavatina [from] opera L'elisire d'amore /
There's something to live for /
There's sorrow on the deep /
There's sunshine on the brooks, my love, pastoral ballad /
Theresa varsoviana /
Theresina waltz /
Theresita, a waltz /
These men are all deceivers.
These prairies glow with flowers /
Theta Delta Chi, polka mazurka /
They are gone! They are gone! Or, The red man's requiem /
They ask me if I think of thee, ballad /
They cheek is pale, thy lip is mute, ballad /
They deem it a sorrow gone by, ballad.
They may talk of love in a cottage, ballad /
They played in air /
They said thou wer't another's, ballads /
They say my cheek is faded, ballad /
They say that love's a fickle flame /
They say that thou art poor, Louise, ballad /
They say there is a fairy land, a ballad /
They say there is an echo here.
They say thou art not beautiful, ballad /
They sleep in the dust /
They sleep in the dust -- Benedic anima mea -- Who made the sky -- Dan Schaick L. M. -- Clinton C. M. -- Lily Bell /
They sleep in the grave together, a ballad /
They stood on the shore, or, The lovers /
They tell me love is blind, a ballad /
They tell me she is no longer fair /
They tell me that he loves me, or, The mute lover /
They tell me thou art gay once more! Op. 103 /
They tell me thou'lt forget, ballad /
They that sow in tears shall reap in joy /
They who would still be happy, romance /
They've sold me down the river /
They've sold me down the river, the negro father's lament /
Thine eye hath seen the spot ballad /
Thine for ever waltz /
Thine forever thine /
Thine image dwells within my heart, ballad /
Thine is my heart galopp /
Thine is my heart, galopp /
Things that never die /
Things to cherish /
Think ere you speak, ballad /
Think gently of the erring, a ballad /
Think what a destiny is mine /
Thinking of old times /
Thinking of thee, romanza /
Third calisthenic rondo /
Third waltz /
Thirteenth psalm /
Thirza /
This blooming rose at early dawn, a ballad /
This indeed is quite amusing, quartett /
This is no my ain lassie, a popular Scotch song /
This land of ours, ballad /
This placid lake /
The thistle cotillions /
Thistlewood waltz /
Tho' dark these caves and bowers [from] The magic flute /
Tho' my ship on the dark blue wave /
Tho' sleep in her shadowy rest, love, a serenade.
Tho' thou art gone /
Tho' we're parted, Mary, dear, ballad /
Tho' with ease thou say'st forget /
Thompson's quick-step /
Thornton hill grand march /
Those charming scenes /
Those evening bells /
Those evening bells, quick march /
Those eyes of blue, ballad /
Those fatal dreams /
Those happy days are o'er /
Those happy days polacca /
Those happy days, polacca /
Those magic eyes, a ballad /
Those we love /
Thou art a lovely flower /
Thou art among the few /
Thou art among the few, ballad /
Thou art false to me /
Thou art far from me /
Thou art gone away Mary, a favorite ballad /
Thou art gone away Mary, ballad /
Thou art gone dearest sister, ballad /
Thou art gone from my gaze /
Thou art gone from my gaze, or, The spirit of love keeps a watch over me, ballad /
Thou art gone from my gaze, paraphrase, op. 11 /
Thou art gone from my gaze, with variations /

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