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

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Come dearest come /
Come dearest the daylight is gone, an admired ballad /
Come dearest the daylight is gone, with brilliant variations, op. 841 /
Come dearest, leave thy cot, ballad /
Come forth my love, a serenade /
Come friends the night is falling, march waltz and polka /
Come haste thee home /
Come haste thee home, ballad /
Come here and dwell /
Come hunters young and old /
Come in beautiful dreams love /
Come in beautiful dreams, love /
Come in the evening /
Come in the evening, or come in the morning /
Come into the garden, Maud, serenade /
Come join the dance /
Come journey with me, or, The lovers call /
Come live with me in a land of smiles, ballad from the opera Torquato Tasso /
Come love and sit awhile by me, ballad.
Come love to the wildwood /
Come loved one, smile [from] opera Linda di Chamounix /
Come maiden with me, serenade of the Corsair /
Come o'er the lake with me, love, serenade /
Come o'er the moonlit sea /
Come o'er the sea maiden with me, ballad /
Come oe'r the hills with me /
Come oh come with me, op. 12 /
Come over the mountain to me, love, ballad, op. 54 /
Come play that simple air again, a ballad /
Come rest in this bosom, with variations, op. 629 /
Come roam with me to night /
Come rove with me, ballad /
Come said Jesus sacred voice /
Come sing again that song, ballad /
Come sing me that sweet air again, with variations /
Come sit awhile beside me /
Come sit thee down /
Come sit thee down, Scotch ballad /
Come soldiers come, tis the rolling drum /
Come strike the harp! /
Come take a sail, a new Ethiopian melody /
Come take the gentle harp of sorrow [from] Rival harp /
Come then to me /
Come this way /
Come to de ole cum tree /
Come to me dearest maiden! Ballad /
Come to me dearest maiden! Guide au bord ta nacelle, ballad /
Come to me love, ballad /
Come to me quickly, ballad /
Come to me, air religieuse /
Come to me, gentle sleep romance /
Come to the forest /
Come to the lake of the dismal swamp /
Come to the mountain /
Come to the south /
Come to the sunset thee, or, The Tyrolese evening hymn /
Come to the sycamore /
Come to the valley /
Come to the woodlands /
Come to this heart so lonely /
Come touch the harp /
Come touch the harp my gentle one, ballad /
Come wander forth with me serenade /
Come when the evening is closing /
Come where my love lies dreaming /
Come where the fountains play [from] La Favorita -- Finale [from] Beatrice di Tenda -- Soprano thema [from] La somnambula -- March masquerade [from] Gustavus /
Come where the violets blow /
Come where the violets blow, polka-rondo /
Come where the violets blow, rondo /
Come while the moonlight beams, serenade /
Come with me to the mountain /
Come with me while the stars shine bright /
Come with thy sweet voice again /
Come! Come!! Come!!! A fairy cavatina /
Come, and I'll give you rest /
Come, come away.
Come, darkies, join! /
Come, let us go a-maying /
Come, love, come! Serenade /
Come, love, dance the polka with me /
Come, loved religion /
Come, oh! Come with me, the moon is beaming, serenade /
Come, sons of freedom! /
Come, strike the harp! /
Come, the moon plays on the roses serenade /
The comet /
The comet polka /
Comet redowa /
Comet schottisch, op. 129 /
The Comettant polka /
Comin thro' the rye /
Comin thro' the rye, polka.
Comin' thro' the rye /
Comin' thro' the rye with variations /
Comin' thro' the rye, 4th transcription /
Comin' thro' the rye, Scotch ballad /
Comin' thro' the rye, Scotish ballad /
Comin' thro' the rye, no. 24 /
Comin' thro' the rye, with variations /
Comin' through the rye, a Scotch ballad /

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