Songs, Duets, and Glees

Songs, Duets, and Glees

Songs, Duets, and Glees to be Sung at the Concert of the Deseret Musical Association

Songs, Duets, and Glees, English.
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Deseret Musical Association.
1863. Only known edition. 13 songs.

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List of songs
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1.
Awake Æolian Lyre

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Other versions of this song:
Awake, awake, aeolian lyre, awake

2.
Hark! ’Tis Music Stealing

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Other versions of this song:
Hark! ’tis music stealing

3.
My Gentle Nell

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Other versions of this song:
There is a voice whose gentle swell

4.
The Drunkard’s Wee Ragged Wean

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Other versions of this song:
A wee bit ragged laddie

5.
Who will Care for Mother now

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Other versions of this song:
Why am I so weak and weary

6.
Home, Fare the Well

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7.
Fairyland

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Other versions of this song:
Mark the merry elves of fairy land

8.
Life on the Alps

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Other versions of this song:
On the mountain’s airy height

9.
Man the Life-boat

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Other versions of this song:
Man the life-boat! man the life-boat!

10.
O, there’s Music in the Waters

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Other versions of this song:
O, there’s music in the waters

11.
When this Cruel War is Over

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Other versions of this song:
Dearest love, do you remember

12.
My Mountain Home

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Other versions of this song:
My mountain home, my mountain home

13.
O Switzerland Thou Art so Fair

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Other versions of this song:
How glow the tall ice-peaks like molten gold