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BAfLEY'S SCHOOL SONGS
MUSIC READER*



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By E. H. Bailey. A new 8inging-book for
■choolB, containiDK a complete course of elemeu-
Ury iBBtruction, and a large collection of exercises,
songs, duetts, trios, and quartettes, adapted to the
ase of Primary, Intermediate, Grammar, and High
Schools, singing classes, and the home c'rcle.

INDEX.

Adienl Two part Song Bailey 51

America. Chorus 105

Busy day is done. Two part Song. . .Gleanon 42

Besure you*re right. *»-"- « "" *

Better there than her
Come to the Green wi
Castles in the Air. 8
Columbia, the land of
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Danube River, ^ng <
Drift on, my boat. 1
Day \n at last departii
Down in the dewy del
Echoes from the sky.
Farmer and the dove
Fling ont the joyful ba
Friendless and sad. Sc
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Good Night. Serenad
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Humming of the bees
Huntsman's Chonis.
I love my love. Song
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Like the Lark. Duet
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Merry month of May. Song Berthold 15

My brooklet. Duett .Bailey. 56

My litUe German home. Song aud Chorus

Schneider 59
O Swallow, ^happy swallow. Duett. ..Kucken 155

Praibethe Lord. Song Berthold 12

Presage of spring. Quartette HolU'^nder 144

Shades of evening! Duett Baf ley 15

Sleep with smiles. Song and Chorus ... Bai ley 21 1

SoHtnde. Song Bailey 43

Sninmer days are o'er. Quartet^ — . . Bailey 102
Bong of the Whippoorwiil. Duett White 103



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Sweet bird of night. Quartette Bailey

Twilight hours. Song Berthold

The ripe and golden barl«*y. Song Bailey

The Bells. Song Berthold

The bubbling brook. Song Bailey

The Evening Breeze. Song \ Bailey

The Autumn. Two part Song Bailey

The VoyLger. Song Gleason

The Exile. Song Keller

The Old Oaken Bucket. Duett. .. Wood worth

The Milk-Maid's Song. Song Osgood

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We eome with songs. Song and duett. .Bailey

When starry eyes. Song Tucker

When the spring is peeping. Duett. . .Gleason

When little Birdie. Song Dow

Weel may the Keel Row. Chorus Scotch

Wanderer's Xight Song. Duett Rubinstein

When Grandmother sang. Song and Chorus

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Wandering back. Song and Cho Gleason

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Overture for Piano 7i



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WITH GREAT SUCCESa

ANNIE PIXLET.
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A gypsy has nocare, —

Beware t

.,. I *m a gypsy maid

Fh>m the mountain glade,

With a heart as free.as a babbling riU;

'Neath the lorest shades, .

' When the sunlight fades,*

There I hear the night-bird's tiilL

CHOBU8.

Come, love, sweet love,
This is the song be '• singing.

Come backt come back!
Sorrow my heart is wringing!

Joy shall be thine

If tbop^be mine, «<- .
Come, for I 'm lonely waiting.

No love for me t

I am a maiden free!

- - A gypsy has no care, —

• Beware! . . .

I 've a happy home
' In the mountain glade.
Where the hawthorn blooms and the wild rose fades,
Where the eagle rests
With his leathered throng,
Where the lone bird sings his song.

Soprano in E flat, 40 cts. Contralto in 0, 40 cts.
WalU, arranged by C. D. Blake, 86 cts^



OLD OCEAN, POUND.

A GRAND SONG FO:A BASS, BARITONE,
OR CONTRALTO.

Old ocean^ pound on the rock-bound shore^
The sands'^ they are fine, yet you pound them more;
Not even in sleep does thytpounding cease,
Nor Fathisr^v care can the dioid release.

Pound! pound! pound! pound!

Waves of ocean pound.

Oh ! I have hoped in vain

Th4t he would coi^e agittn!

But, alas! that caz^ot be!—
'Forever. gone from^e, '

't'tf, forever lost to me, -"

For he sleeps beneath the sea.

The ship was struck by a tidal wave.
That sent all on board to a watery grave;
Not one of them left thei4ale to tell. '
O Qod, sUll thou doest'all things welL
Pound ! pound I pound ! pound !
Mighty ocean, pound! '
Long years of hope and fear,
No words my heart to cheer; '
Though I seek on ep^ in vain,-^'
^e shall meet in heavevagaiSk <
PUCK 40 CEsn.



BIEDS IN DREAMLAND SLEEP.
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THE BAND.
A new quartette, with imitation of biafs band.

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' Far baas or baritone. Fh>m «he opera of
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COME BUT MY FLOWERS.

Sung with great success by Annie Pixley.
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MY LOVE >S A ROVER
A brilliant waltz song, one of the most popular*

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THE HUNTSMAN'S HORN,
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THE MOON IS BRIGHTLY BEAMING.
A quartette. Mixed voices Ab. Hale voices Bft.

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MEDLEY QUARTETTE NO. S.
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Song for alto or bass. A grand melody.

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WHEN THE LEAVES BEGIN TO
FALL.
One of the most l>eautiful songs of the dmy.
Immensely popular.

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A duett for tenor and bass, or soprano and alto.

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A,B,C ZdLLNER 168

Amerioa ". • • • • 180

Committed to die Deep C. ji. fFHITS 14

Comrades in Arms jiDOLPHE AD^iM 25

Every dayl be sunday bye and bye SMi.LUCLiS .' 18

Gaily oer the Sea WILBSLM 12

€h>od bye loved ones C.A. fFEITS.^ 8

God in Mercy,hear oar Prayr C. A. WHrTE 9

God is a Spirt fTPSTERNBALB BENNET, 164

God Pity the men on the sea to Night C. A. fFBITE-. 176

Hope Beyond C. A. /FHITE 124

Land of Swallows.....'. E.H. BAILEY. 148

Muvuerite C. A. WHITE 1 121

Medley Quartette C.A. fFBITE 77

My gondola awrits thee.... C. A. WHITE 45

My LovelB a Rover C. A. WHITE 68

Not a Sparrow falleth J. L.GILBERT 66

Not dead, but Sleepefli C.A. WHITE * 116

Old Robin Ruff ; C. A. WHITE 22

Old Furmer John...... C A. WHITE 108

Onfy a Dream of Home C. A. WHITE 51

0,Rest less Sea v — C. A. WHITE 104

Rest, Soldier, rest ...• C A. WHITE 72

Rest Spirit,Rest.... - ROOKE. 159

Riding on a Load of Hay HARRT BIRCH. ; 69

Saili^ MARKE 41

Sfanon the CeUerar J. L.HATTON. 161

Some Day WELLIimS. 88

Song of the Cobbler ; C.A. WHITE 55

Softly <he night breese is sighing „ C.A. WHITE 187

Spriiw GreeOig. W G. 92

That T abme ean know CARL RIEOG 20

The Lovers THOS. KOSCHT.. 49

The Jolly Sleigh Ride J.A.RAHD...... 74

The Old Perryman C.A. WHITE. 88

The moon is bri^itly beandng. C. A. WHITE 95

The ThrVi fareweU.... STEPHEN ADAMS. 99

The Stiff eoU water man S.P. CHEENET. 120

The Fhg without a Stun C.A.WHITE. 181

The Hoarse Throats RICHARD GENEE. 159

The Menu -.. ., CARL ZOLLNER. 157

The Old Sexton H RUSSELL 178

The young Reoruit K&CKEN. 180

Time will roll the clouds away HARRY BIRCH 134

Trusting C. A. WHITE. 169

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