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Title War songs, for anniversaries and gatherings of soldiers, to which is added a selection of songs and hymns for Memorial day. The choruses of all the songs are arranged for male voices.
Imprint Boston : O. Ditson, 1883.

LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM SPECIAL COLL  M1637 .W27    AVAILABLE  LIB USE ONLY
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 MUSKINGUM SPECIAL COLL  M1637 .W27    AVAILABLE  LIB USE ONLY
Subject Memorial Day -- Songs and music.
War songs -- United States.
Choruses, Secular (Men's voices, 4 parts) with piano.
Description 96 pages ; 26 cm
Note Principally with piano accompaniment.
Contents Abraham's daughter -- Artillerist's oath -- Babylon is fallen -- Battle hymn of the republic -- Brave boys are they -- Battle-cry of freedom -- Columbia, the gem of the ocean -- Do they miss me at home? -- Glory, glory Hallelujah! -- Hail Columbia! -- Just before the battle, mother -- Kingdom coming -- Keep the camp-fires burning bright -- Massa's in the cold, cold ground -- Marching thro' Georgia -- Old shady -- Our flag in there -- Old folks at home -- Poor old slave -- Picket guard -- Rally round the flag, boys -- Red, white and blue -- Raw recruits -- Sherman's march to the sea -- Soldier's farewell -- Star spangled banner -- Tenting on the old camp ground -- Tramp, tramp, tramp -- Vacant chair -- When the cruel war is over -- We old boys -- When Johnny comes marching home -- We are coming, Father Abra'am -- Weeping, sad and lonely -- Who will care for mother, now? -- Yankee doodle -- America; or, My country, 'tis of thee -- American hymn -- Blest be the ground -- Cast thy burden on the Lord -- Consolation -- Cover them over them over with beautiful flowers -- Firmly stand, my native land -- How gentle God's commands -- I cannot always trace the way -- Memorial hymn -- My country, 'tis of thee -- Nearer, my God, to Thee -- Our native land -- Our braves -- Silently, tenderly, mournfully home -- Sleep, comrades, sleep -- We deck their graves alike, to-day.
OCLC # 4196248