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Anthology of Early American Keyboard Music, 1787–1830, Part 1

Anthology of Early American Keyboard Music, 1787–1830, Part 1
Nos. 1–18
Edited by J. Bunker Clark
A001
Anthology of Early American Keyboard Music, 1787–1830, Part 1
Full Score (1977)
978-0-89579-098-9
9x12, xx + 131 pp.

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These thirty-six keyboard compositions are by twenty-four composers including William Brown, Benjamin Carr, James Hewitt, Rayner Taylor, Charles Gilbert, Arthur Clifton, Anthony Philip Heinrich, Oliver Shaw, and others. Edited anew from the original editions or manuscripts, this anthology offers an overview of the remarkably large production in early America of sonatas, rondos, medleys, variation-sets, marches and dances, and programmatic pieces.
1. William Brown, Rondo III (1787)
2. Stephen Sicard, The President of the United States' March (1789)
3. John Christopher Moller, Meddley with the most favorite Airs and Variations (1795–97)
4. Benjamin Carr, Sonata VI (1796)
5. James Hewitt, The New Federal Overture (1797)
6. Raynor Taylor, Divertimento II (1797)
7. James Hewitt, Sonatina III (1799?)
8. John Christopher Moller, Rondo (ca. 1800)
9. Benjamin Carr, Voluntary for the Organ (ca. 1801)
10. James Hewitt, Thema with 30 Variations (1803–6)
11. Benjamin Carr, The Siege of Tripoli (1804–5)
12. James Hewitt, Yankee Doodle with Variations (1807–10)
13. Mr. Newman, Sonata III (1807–10)
14. Benjamin Carr, The Maid of Lodi with Variations (1809)
15. James Hewitt, Trip to Nahant, a favorite Rondo (ca. 1811)
16. T. L. Holden, The Copenhagen Waltz with Variations (1811–17)
17. Charles Gilfert, Ah! What is the Bosom's Commotion with Variations (ca. 1813)
18. Eliza Crawly Murden, March (1815?)
 
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