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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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The mudsills are coming : a new army song ; as sung with great applause at Morris Bros. Pell and Trowbridge's Opera House / written by E. Bowers ; music by G.L.J.
The nation in tears : in memoriam, Abraham Lincoln ; may be sung as a solo, trio, duett or full chorus ; arranged for the piano or organ / words by R.C. ; music by Konrad Treuer.
A nation mourns her chief / words and music by H.S. Thompson, author of Lilly Dale, Annie Lisle, Marion Lee, I am lonely since my mother died, etc.
A nation mourns her martyr'd son : ("an honest man's the noblest work of God") / words by Alice Hawthorne [pseud.] ; music by Sep. Winner.
A nation weeps : dirge on the death of Abraham Lincoln / by J.W. Turner.
National funeral march / composed by J.E. Schonacker.
A national hymn : for 4 voices with an accompaniment for organ or piano-forte / words by James Nicholson ; music by C. Everest.
Nomination song / words by Chas. Haynes ; music by J.E. Haynes.
Northmen, awake : quartette & chorus / words by S. Fillmore Bennett ; music by J.P. Webster.
Oh why should the spirit of mortal be proud / copied by F.B. Carpenter, Esq., while our lamented chief was reciting it ; adapted to music expressly composed by C. Everest.
Oh why should the spirit of mortal be proud / poem by Abraham Lincoln, late president of U.S. ; music by Geo. C. Pearson.
Oh! massa's gwine to Washington / written by Edmund Kirke, author of Among the pines ; music by C.S. Brainard.
Oh! speak to me once more! / written by W. Dexter Smith Jr. ; music by Henri Cromwell.
Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be proud / music composed and inscribed to the American nation by A. Sedgwick.
Old Abe has gone & did it, boys : song & chorus / words by S. Fillmore Bennett ; music by J.P. Webster.
Old Abe has gone and did it boys : song / by J.P. Webster ; arranged by R. de Roode.
Old Abe polka : composed for the piano for B. Leidersdorf & co., Old Abe tobaccos.
Old Abe the battle eagle / song & chorus poetry by L.J. Bates, Esq. ; music by T. Martin Towne, author of Our boys are coming home.
Old honest Abe for me : song and chorus / arranged for the piano forte by G.D.S.
The old Union wagon / by John Hogarth Lozier.
Our country's flag : song / composed and dedicated to his excellency Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States by G. Gumpert ; [arranged for the piano by F. Lossé].
Our flag, our army, and our president : quartette / words by James T. Dudley ; music by William H. Perry.
Our Lincoln's act : immortal quartette / music composed by Reuben M. Price ; [words by R.M. Benjamin].
Our martyr president / poetry by W. Dexter Smith, Jr. ; music by Oscar Linden.
Our nation's captain : song and chorus / [words by] Chas. Haynes ; [music by] Edward Haynes.
Our national Union march / most respectfully dedicated to Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, by the composer, Charles Rehm.
Our noble chief has passed away : elegy on the death of Abraham Lincoln / words by Geo. Cooper ; music by J.R. Thomas.
The patchwork song : sung by Buckley's Serenaders, Boston ; sung by Carnecross & Dixey's Minstrels, Philad'a / [music by S. Nelson] ; words by W. Dexter Smith, Jr.
Paul Dresser's Lincoln, Grant & Lee, or, The war is over many years.
The people's advent : a new quartette for the times / words by Gerald Massy [i.e. Massey] ; music by James G. Clark.
President Lincoln's funeral dirge / by Rose Rynder.
President Lincoln's funeral march / by J.T. Wamelink.
President Lincoln's funeral march / composed and respectfully dedicated to Mrs. Lincoln by Francis Mueller.
President Lincoln's funeral march / composed by E. Mack.
President Lincoln's funeral march / Karl Metz.
President Lincoln's funeral march : as played by Shepards's Cornet Band of Providence, R.I. at the funeral obsequies of Abraham Lincoln / composed by W.E.M. Pettee.
President Lincoln's funeral march : composed for the piano-forte / by J.W. Groschel.
President Lincoln's grand march / by F.B. Helmsmuller, leader of 22nd Regiment Band, N.Y. S.M.
President Lincoln's grand march / by F.B. Helmsmüller.
The president's emancipation march / composed for the piano by Geo. E. Fawcett.
The president's grave : quartette / words by Edwin S. Babbitt ; music by L.B. Miller.
President's hymn : give thanks all ye people / words by Dr. Muhlenberg ; music by A.C. Gutterson.
The president's hymn : give thanks all ye people ; in response to the proclamation of the president of the United States recommending a general thanksgiving on November 26th, 1863 / [by William Augustus Muhlenberg].
The president's hymn : give thanks all ye people, as sung by the choir of Hope Church, Yonkers, N.Y. / words by Rev. Dr. Wm. A. Muhlenberg ; music by Edward S. Cummings.
The president's hymn : song and chorus / words by Dr. Muhlenburg [sic] ; music by J.W. Turner.
Rail splitter's polka : for the piano forte / [by A. Neuman].
Rail splitters polka / [composed by Harry L. Tatnall].
Raw recruits, or, Abraham's daughter : as sung with great applause by Bryants Minstrels of New York.
Rebellion's weak back : as sung by Billy Morris at Morris Bros., Pell and Trowbridge / written by F. Wilmarth.
Reply to the bonnie blue flag / words by Mrs. C. Sterett ; music by M.H. Frank.
Requiem / by George William Warren.
Requiem : composed and inscribed to the memory of Abraham Lincoln, the champion of universal liberty / by M. Keller.
Rest, martyr, rest : song and chorus / music by Geo. P. Graff ; words by Jas. E. Glass.
Rest, noble chieftain : song on the death of President Lincoln / by C. Archer.
Rest, spirit, rest : grand requiem march to the memory of Abraham Lincoln / by E. Hoffman, author of Mocking bird, Trinity chimes, &c. &c.
The right men in the right place : topical song and refrain / words and music by E.F. Morse.
Saule-pleureur = Weeping willow : marche funébre du President Lincoln / composé par B.A. Whaples.
Save our flag : song and chorus / words by Mrs. Sara Wolverton ; music by J.A. Getze.
The savior of our country / [lyrics] by O. Wheelock ; [music by James W. Porter].
The shooting of our presidents / words and music by Seth A. Cook, composer of The broken hearted child.
Snolly-goster Ebenezer : song and dance / written by J.B. Murphy, author of Young Eph's lament, Charcoal philosophy, Bully nigger Amos ; and sung with immense success by J.W. Smith and others at the principal concert halls and theatres.
Stand! Father Abraham : song & chorus / words by S.C. Burdick ; music by J.M. Stillman.
Starved in prison / words and music by Geo. F. Root.
Strike for the right : sung with rapturous applause at the Fanueil Hall ratification meeting / words & music by E.W. Locke.
That's what the niggers then will do : answer to "Young Eph's Lament" / words by Tom Russell ; sung with immense success by Johny Allen of Arlington, Kelly and Leon's Minstrels ; music by Geo. H. Barton.
That's what's the matter with the purps : a comic song.
Three cheers for Abe and Andy : a song for the times / by Chas. B. Brigham.
'Tis finished, or, Sing hallelujah : song and chorus / words and music by Henry C. Work.
To arms! freemen to arms! : patriotic song / words by Dr. J.H. Sullivan, Jr. ; music by Giovanni Sconcia.
Toll the bell mournfully : / written and composed on the death of President Abraham Lincoln by C. Everest.
Toll the bell mournfully : quartette ... / written and composed on the death of President Abraham Lincoln by C. Everest.
U.S.G. : a song for the times ; first produced at Bryant's Minstrels, New York, and sung by the whole nation / words and music by Dan D. Emmett, author of Dixie's land, High daddy, etc. etc.
"Uncle Abe" and the rebellious boys : a humorous chant / poetry(?) and music by T.M. Watson, of the Continental Vocalists.
Uncle Abram, bully for you : song and chorus / by G.R. Lampard ; [words by J. Smith, Jr.].
Uncle Joe's hail Columbia : song and chorus / by Henry C. Work, author of Kingdom coming, Nellie lost and found, Our captain's last words, etc.
Uncle Sam's menagerie : a Union campaign song and chorus / words and music composed and respectfully dedicated to Hon. J.K. Moorhead, M.C. ; by J. William Pope.
The unhappy contraband : song and chorus / by Will S. Hays.
The Union restored : composed for the piano / by Wm. Willing.
The Union Volunteers : song / [by E.C. Saffery].
The Union Volunteers : song / E.C. Saffery.
Vote for Abraham : campaign song of '64 / by Union.
W. Dexter Smith's exquisite and popular poem In memoriam Abraham Lincoln / music by M. Keller, to whom sole permission was given by the author and publisher of the poem Messrs J. & E. Hoch, Boston.
Washington and Lincoln / Henry C. Work.
Washington and Lincoln : song and chorus / words and music by Henry C. Work.
Washington et Lincoln elégie : sur la tombe de ces deux héros / composèe par Joseph Comellas.
We are coming Father Abra'am, six hundred thousand more / composed and arranged by Professor A. Cull.
We are coming Father Abraam, three hundred thousand more / set to music by P.S. Gilmore.
We are coming father Abraham, or, Three hundred thousand more : inscribed to our volunteers / by A.B. Irving.
We are coming Father Abraham, six hundred thousand more / by Chas. Grobe.
We are coming, Father Abraham, 300,000 more : quickstep / music arranged by J.A. Getze.
We mourn our country's loss : national funeral march / [by Augustus Buechel].
We mourn our fallen chieftain / words and music by M.B. Ladd.
We'll fight for Uncle Abe : plantation song and chorus ; sung with great success by C. Pettengill, at the concerts of the Buckley Serenaders / melody by J. K. Campbell ; arranged by Fred. Buckley ; [words by C.E. Pratt].
The "wigwam" grand march : dedicated to the Republican presidential candidate, Hon. Abrm. Lincoln.
Will you ever give the colored race a show : an appeal to Congress / words and music by Robt. P. Jackson.
Year of Jubilee, or, Kingdom has come / by "Sambo".
Young Eph's jubilee : (answer to Young Eph's lament) song and dance as performed by Thomas Gethings of Kelly & Leon's Minstrels / words by J.B. Murphy Esq. ; music by W.H. Brockway.
Young Eph's lament, or, Oh whar will I go if dis war breaks de country up ... / written by J.B. Murphy ; and sung by S.S. Purdy.

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