The Resource A Collection of songs sung by James M. Dunbar, the blind man, by various authors, (electronic resource)

A Collection of songs sung by James M. Dunbar, the blind man, by various authors, (electronic resource)

Label
A Collection of songs sung by James M. Dunbar, the blind man, by various authors
Title
A Collection of songs sung by James M. Dunbar, the blind man, by various authors
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Member of
Cataloging source
MWA
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/collectionName
  • Jolly bachelor
  • I live to love
  • Soldier's bride
  • Cork leg
  • What I live for
  • Forget not the dead
  • Captain Mulligan
  • Perry's victory
  • I'm going home
  • Good old days of Adam & Eve
  • Lather and shave
  • There are no tears in Heaven
  • Dumb wife
  • Dr. Brandreth's pills
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1817-
  • 1805-1876
  • 1797-1868
  • 1822-1893
  • b. 1817
  • 1813-1903
  • 1833-1867
  • b. 1822
  • 1810-1880
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dunbar, James M.
  • PrĂ©ot, Arnaud
  • Ransford, Edwin
  • Lover, Samuel
  • Pierpont, James
  • Dunbar, James M.
  • Washburn, Henry Stevenson
  • Paine, T
  • Hanby, Benjamin Russel
  • Dunbar, H. W.
  • Brougham, John
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Blind musicians
Label
A Collection of songs sung by James M. Dunbar, the blind man, by various authors, (electronic resource)
Link
http://libraries.ou.edu/access.aspx?url=http://opac.newsbank.com/select/broadsides1/10364
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Twenty-four songs
  • "A collection of songs, sung by J.M. Dunbar, the blind man. By various authors."--caption, p. [2]
  • James M. Dunbar was born in 1817 at Peterborough, N.H., attended the New England Institution for the Education of the Blind at Boston as a teenager, and resided at Warner, N.H. at the time of the 1870 census. Sheet music for Old cabin home copyright 1857. See the Library of Congress American memory online archive, African-American Sheet Music, 1850-1920
  • Text in five columns on recto and four columns on verso
Antecedent source
mixed
Color
mixed
Contents
The jolly bachelor (first line: I am a jolly bachelor, so hearty, hale and free) -- I live to love (first line: "I live to love, " said a laughing girl) -- The soldier's bride (first line: The moon was beaming silver bright, the eye no cloud could view) -- The cork leg (first line: I will tell you a tale now without any sham) -- What I live for (first line: I live for those who love me) -- Forget not the dead (first lines: Forget not the dead who have loved who have left us) -- A dollar or two (first lines: While with wear'some steps we press our way through) -- Come gang awa' with me (first lines: O, come my love the moon shines bright across yon rippling sea) -- The angels [sic] whisper (first line: A baby was sleeping, its mother was weeping) -- Returning Californian (first line: I'm going far away from my creditor's [sic] just now) -- Captain Mulligan (first line: Love is a plague by night and by day) -- Home dearest home / By J.M. Dunbar (first lines: Though fond of mirth and music my heart is often drear) -- Perry's victory (first line: Ye tars of Columbia, give ear to my story) -- Grave of Bonaparte (first lines: On a lone, barren isle, where the rude, roaring billows) -- My old cabin home (first line: I am going far away, far away to leave you now) -- Nelly Gray (first lines: There's a low, green valley on the old Kentucky shore) -- I'm going home (first line: O, I'm going home to the old hearth stone) -- The good old days of Adam & Eve (first line: I now am eighty years of age) -- Lather and shave them (first line: In a snug little village, not far from this spot) -- Waking up the wrong passenger. / By H.W. Dunbar (first line: A stage stopped at a country inn) -- There are no tears in Heaven (first lines: I met a child his feet were bare, his weak frame shivered with the cold) -- The dumb wife (first line: A fair country blade married to a country maid) -- Dr. Brandreth's pills (first line: Of all the wonders we have heard, since first this world began, sirs) -- The fine ould Irish Gintleman (first lines: I'll sing ye a mighty fine ould song, made by a queer ould Paddy's pate)
Dimensions
52 x 37 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([2] p.)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Reproduction note
Electronic text and image data.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 3545814-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3545814
  • (Sirsi) aas05010364
Label
A Collection of songs sung by James M. Dunbar, the blind man, by various authors, (electronic resource)
Link
http://libraries.ou.edu/access.aspx?url=http://opac.newsbank.com/select/broadsides1/10364
Publication
Note
  • Twenty-four songs
  • "A collection of songs, sung by J.M. Dunbar, the blind man. By various authors."--caption, p. [2]
  • James M. Dunbar was born in 1817 at Peterborough, N.H., attended the New England Institution for the Education of the Blind at Boston as a teenager, and resided at Warner, N.H. at the time of the 1870 census. Sheet music for Old cabin home copyright 1857. See the Library of Congress American memory online archive, African-American Sheet Music, 1850-1920
  • Text in five columns on recto and four columns on verso
Antecedent source
mixed
Color
mixed
Contents
The jolly bachelor (first line: I am a jolly bachelor, so hearty, hale and free) -- I live to love (first line: "I live to love, " said a laughing girl) -- The soldier's bride (first line: The moon was beaming silver bright, the eye no cloud could view) -- The cork leg (first line: I will tell you a tale now without any sham) -- What I live for (first line: I live for those who love me) -- Forget not the dead (first lines: Forget not the dead who have loved who have left us) -- A dollar or two (first lines: While with wear'some steps we press our way through) -- Come gang awa' with me (first lines: O, come my love the moon shines bright across yon rippling sea) -- The angels [sic] whisper (first line: A baby was sleeping, its mother was weeping) -- Returning Californian (first line: I'm going far away from my creditor's [sic] just now) -- Captain Mulligan (first line: Love is a plague by night and by day) -- Home dearest home / By J.M. Dunbar (first lines: Though fond of mirth and music my heart is often drear) -- Perry's victory (first line: Ye tars of Columbia, give ear to my story) -- Grave of Bonaparte (first lines: On a lone, barren isle, where the rude, roaring billows) -- My old cabin home (first line: I am going far away, far away to leave you now) -- Nelly Gray (first lines: There's a low, green valley on the old Kentucky shore) -- I'm going home (first line: O, I'm going home to the old hearth stone) -- The good old days of Adam & Eve (first line: I now am eighty years of age) -- Lather and shave them (first line: In a snug little village, not far from this spot) -- Waking up the wrong passenger. / By H.W. Dunbar (first line: A stage stopped at a country inn) -- There are no tears in Heaven (first lines: I met a child his feet were bare, his weak frame shivered with the cold) -- The dumb wife (first line: A fair country blade married to a country maid) -- Dr. Brandreth's pills (first line: Of all the wonders we have heard, since first this world began, sirs) -- The fine ould Irish Gintleman (first lines: I'll sing ye a mighty fine ould song, made by a queer ould Paddy's pate)
Dimensions
52 x 37 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 sheet ([2] p.)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Reproduction note
Electronic text and image data.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • 3545814-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3545814
  • (Sirsi) aas05010364

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