Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works on the physical format in which short musical compositions, usually for piano or for voice with piano or other chordal instrument, are disseminated. Musical compositions are entered under headings for their form, genre, medium of performance, etc., e.g. Waltzes, Popular music, Piano music.
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
1. Photo of "Rose Tournament" - S. B., 1896 - showing Marie Antonette Janssens, Lydia Whitney, Minnie Elizalde, Grace Elizalde & Harry Whitney riding in a float of calla lilies. 2. Sheet music - "The Gathering of the Clans" - by Mrs. S. E. A. Higgins, 1897.
1. Printed copy of picture of Adelina Patti. 2. Book of College Songs. 3. Sheet Music as follows: a. Stannard's Preliminary Studies for Banjo, Guitar and Mandolin. Mandolin. b. Strauss Dance Music- Thousand and One Night. c. My Love and I. d. Selections from La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein by Offenbach- The Sword of my Father. e. Concert Songs - Why Do I Love Her. f. The Pink Lady - My Beautiful Lady. g. Life Has No Power. Trio.
Dates: Publication: 1880
10.69.120 1. Black silk Spanish shawl with orange floral emb. 2. Man's Spanish suit (black velvet with green velvet trim and gold braid) 3.Photo of Reginald Fernald with Polo Pony (brown wood frame, 7x5") 4. Book "As to Polo" by William Cameron Forbes. 5. Sheet music with words by Robert Cameron Rogers - a "The Rosary" b "The Shadow Rose" c "The Steersman's Song" d "Serenade in Seville" e "The man at the wheel" f "I bound my lute strings round my heart." 6. Resolution of Symphony (engrossed copy) sent to family of R. Cameron Rogers by Panama Pacific International Commission of the State of California at the time of his death. 7. 10.69.120.7 Paul Brown, n.d. A Bump and a Goal by Webb, North Goal, Sept. 10. 1927 (Polo Game) Color Pastel in paper, 1927 11 1/4" x 16 1/4"; Frame 17 3/4" x 22 3/4" Gift of Mrs. & Mrs. Sherman Rogers, 1969 Screen 1 8. Charcoal of Sherman Rogers by Clarence R. Mattei 1926 (Blk frame 25.5 x 22.5")
Dates: 1913 - 1977
Unprocessed Material — Box 1 - Miscellaneous Accessions
One song sheet, “Fair Santa Barbara By-the-Sea,” words by Louis de P. Callahan, music by Florian Zettel, O.F.M., 1910.
Dates: Modified: 1905