American University Historical Sheet Music Collection

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À la Nuit
Nuit sereine, o nuit bienfaisante!, à Madame Marie Bataille
Abschieds-lied - Jo ti lascio o cara; Lassen muss ich dich Geiebte
Italian translation printed above German; for Alto voice, Lassen muss ich dich Geliebte
Absent
O silence des nuits dont la voix seule est douce
Across the far blue hills, Marie
Across the far blue hills, Marie, The mellow moon looks wistfully
Adoration
Maiden, do you wonder why my eyes so deeply gaze in thine?, To my wife
After Love's Death
After the sunshine, night
Agnus dei
Agnus Dei! qui tollis peccata mundi, E flat major, For high voice in Latin and English, with violin or cello. Obbligato by Louis A. Ritter.
Agrippina
Bel piacere é godere fido amor, Ev'ry pleasure in full measure true love imparts, G flat major, English version by Dr. Th. Baker. The accompaniment arranged and amplified for Concert use by Frank Bibb.
Agrippina
Bel piacere é godere fido amor, Ev'ry pleasure in full measure true love imparts, G flat major, English version by Dr. Th. Baker. The accompaniment arranged and amplified for Concert use by Frank Bibb.
Ah! Je veux vivre
Je veux vivre Dans le reve qui m'enivre, English words by H. Millard.
Ah! mio cor!
Ah! mio cor!, O mein Herz!, Händel-Renaissance, Dedicated to Mafalda Salvatini, German translation by Edith Müller
Ah! Perfido!
Ah! perfido, spergiuro, barbaro traditor, tu parti?, English lyrics printed below the Italian.
Ah, twine no blossoms
Ah, twine no blossoms fair and fragrant, O, winde keine duft'ge blüte, Translated from the Russian of D. Rathaus by Deems Taylor ; German version by Lina Esbeer., Original key
Aime-moi, bergère
Aime-moi bergère et je t'aimerai ne sois point lègére
Aimer c'est vivre!
Laisse, que je respire, Duettino pour soprano contralto or Basso. Italian lyrics printed beneath French.
Air
Il a perdu matrace Ah! pauvre Philémon!, Philemon et Baucis, Transposé pour Mezzo-Soprano.
Air da la prise de jericho
Soprano, D'une fausse pitie je ne fus point sduite
Air d'Orphée
Malheureaux! qu'aije fait?, Orphée

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