Winner's Music of the Times: Containing the Most Popular Polkas, Waltzes, Cottillions, Quadrilles, Schottisches, etc.; Also, a Large Collection of Ballad Airs, Opera Melodies, Fancy Dances, Marches, Reels, Jigs, etc. arranged in an easy manner as solos, duetts, trios & quartettes by Sep. Winner. Septimus Winner.
Winner's Music of the Times: Containing the Most Popular Polkas, Waltzes, Cottillions, Quadrilles, Schottisches, etc.; Also, a Large Collection of Ballad Airs, Opera Melodies, Fancy Dances, Marches, Reels, Jigs, etc. arranged in an easy manner as solos, duetts, trios & quartettes by Sep. Winner

Winner's Music of the Times: Containing the Most Popular Polkas, Waltzes, Cottillions, Quadrilles, Schottisches, etc.; Also, a Large Collection of Ballad Airs, Opera Melodies, Fancy Dances, Marches, Reels, Jigs, etc. arranged in an easy manner as solos, duetts, trios & quartettes by Sep. Winner

New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., 1864. Paperback. 79, [1] p.: music; 17 x 26 cm. Grey paper wrappers printed in black with black cloth spine. Title vignette signed: Spiegle-Johnson. Title index on final unpaginated page. Publisher's advertisements for musical instruments and music on back wrapper. Copyright 1857 by Firth, Pond & Co. John Firth and William A. Pond separated in 1863, and William A. Pond & Co. published at No. 547 Broadway, the address given here, from 1864 to 1875. Arranged for flute, violin, and violoncello, as picture on the front wrapper and title page. "In all pieces of three or four parts the two lowest staves can be used as a pianoforte or melodeon accompaniment." Contains songs by Stephen Foster: Oh, Boys, Carry Me 'Long -- My Old Kentucky Home -- Eulalie -- Nelly Was a Lady -- Jennie with the Light-Brown Hair -- Old Dog Tray -- Old Folks at Home -- Maggie By My Side -- Willie, We Have Missed You -- Ellen Bayne -- Hard Times -- Nelly Bly -- Nancy Till -- I See Her Still in My Dreams -- Gentle Annie -- Farewell, My Lily Deart; taken from operas: Why Ask If I Remember Thee? from Lucia di Lammermoor -- Brindisi, and Those Pleasant Days Are Gone, both from La Traviata; and by the arranger himself under his own name and under his pseudonym Alice Hawthorne: Annie Laurie Schottische -- As We Gather'd in the Hay -- What is Home Without a Mother? -- Our Good Old Friends -- The Summer of the Year. Also contains: Tit-tat-to Schottische / M. Florence -- Fugitive Waltz / A. Coinchon -- Estelle Waltz / Porter -- Billy Grimes -- Gizelle Quadrilles / Porter -- Harvest-Hompe Schottische / W.F. Pratt -- Nelly Bell -- Eclipse Polka / Koenig -- Hoosier Dance -- Laura Schottische / G. Riter -- Poor Bessie's Song -- Lulu, or Sontag Polka -- Cheer, Boys, Cheer -- Stampede Cotillion -- "Some Punkins" -- Smoke-House -- Villikens and Dinah -- Kitty Tyrrell -- Wyoming Waltz -- Jockey Hornpipe -- Over the Summer Sea -- Baxter's March -- Old Friends Polka / Joseph Wood, Jr. -- Old Bob Ridley -- La Sicilienne -- Signal March / H. Kleber -- Rainbow Schottische / H. Kleber -- Green Grow the Rushes Schottische -- Pop Goes the Weasel -- Midnight Schottische / F.H. Brown -- Comet Jig -- Blue Bells of Scotland -- Hail Columbia -- Yankee Doodle -- The Red, White, and Blue [Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean] -- Star-Spangled Banner -- Mount Vernon Polka -- Banquet Waltz -- Massa's in the Cold Ground -- New Cauliflower Cotillon -- Sounds From Home -- Leonora Polka / Carl Merz -- Wait for the Wagon -- Few Days -- Serious Family Polka -- Gipsy Schottische / F.H. Brown -- Hand-Organ Polka -- Concert March / Wollenhaupt -- Serenade Medley. An extremely scarce collection of compositions and arrangements of popular music by Philadelphia musician Septimus Winner (1827-1902). In Good+ Condition: cloth starting to separate from each end of spine; loss at wrapper corners, with minor loss of printing from lower corner of back wrapper; wrapper slightly soiled; occasional light foxing; faint writing inside of back wrapper; otherwise clean and tight. Good +. Item #003101

Price: $325.00

See all items in Music
See all items by