Winner's primary school for the accordeon or flutina : a thorough and complete course of instruction for the accordeon or flutina, written and arranged for self-instruction as well as for teachers' use, containing full exercises and explanations, and a large collection of the new and popular melodies of the day

Title
Winner's primary school for the accordeon or flutina : a thorough and complete course of instruction for the accordeon or flutina, written and arranged for self-instruction as well as for teachers' use, containing full exercises and explanations, and a large collection of the new and popular melodies of the day / by Sep. Winner.
Author
Winner, Septimus, 1827-1902,
Publication
Cleveland : S. Brainard's Sons, [1872]

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Description
1 score (79 pages); 19 x 27 cm
Alternative Title
Winner's primary school for the accordion or flutina
Genre/Form
  • Methods (Music)
  • Scores.
Note
  • "Rudiments of music" and preface in English: pages 1-11
  • Includes index
Contents
Little Maggie May -- Captain with his whiskers -- Little brown jug -- Up in a balloon -- Flying trapeze -- Meet me at the lane -- Bonnie blue flag -- Good bye John -- Captain Jinks -- Rollicking rams -- Da-da -- Blue-beard's song -- Bell goes a-ringing for sai-rah -- Not for Joe -- Dublin Bay -- Kitty Tyrrell -- Tommy Dodd -- Immenseikoff -- Seventy two -- Herz mein Herz -- Champagne Charlie -- The fox and grapes -- Kiss waltz -- Mayland, my Maryland -- On the beach -- Wearing of the green -- Won't you tell me why, Robin? -- What need have I the truth to tell -- Lancashire lass -- Paddle your own canoe -- Katy's letter -- Maggie's secret -- Three fishers went sailing -- O ye tears! -- Last rose of summer -- Robin Adair -- When the swallows homeward fly -- Home, sweet home -- Long, long weary day -- How can I leave thee? -- Tassels on the boots -- It's nice to be a father -- Die Wacht am Rhine -- The Roman fall -- Pulling hard against the stream -- Shabby genteel -- It's naughty but it's nice -- As good as gold -- Broken down -- Lancer's polka -- Java march -- John Brown's march -- Beautiful Nell -- Hero's quickstep -- Devil's dream -- Do they think of me at home -- Ivy leaf waltz -- Rickett's hornpipe -- Drinking song (Traviata) -- America -- Musidora polka mazourka -- Faust quickstep -- The fisherman's daughter (waltz) -- Slumber polka -- Sleep, gentle mother (Trovatore) -- Bully for you -- Star-spangled banner -- Yankee Doodle -- Lischen Fritzchen waltz -- Arkansas traveler -- New can can dance -- Sabre song (Grand Duchesse) -- Danish waltz -- Silver lake waltz -- Dream of the ball waltz -- The rosy light galop -- Grand Russian march -- Natalie waltz -- Silvery waves -- Romantic polka -- Don't be sorrowful darling -- Little church around the corner -- Jupiter galop -- Good luck march -- Schutzen march -- Coquette cotillion -- Courtsey cotillion -- Sociable cotillion -- Young folk's polka -- Simplicity waltz -- Fisher's hornpipe -- Elfin waltz -- Guard's waltz -- Can-can dance -- Mabel waltz -- Danish dance -- Sack waltz -- Starlight waltz -- German galopade -- Rochester Schottische -- Leap year waltz -- German polka -- Up and down galop -- Moet and Chandon (sequel to Champagne Charlie) -- When the corn is waving, Annie dear --- Sweet Polly Primrose -- My heart's delight -- The smile that brighten'd ev'ry eye -- Weep no more, darling -- Cantilena -- Shadow of angel's wings -- Why does not James propose -- I'm leaving thee my mother dear -- Twenty years ago -- I've no mother now I'm weeping -- All among the hay -- Then you'll remember me -- Switzer's song of home -- Good bye sweetheart
Call Number
*MKSM (Winner, S. Primary school for the accordeon or flutina)
Author
Winner, Septimus, 1827-1902, compiler.
Title
Winner's primary school for the accordeon or flutina : a thorough and complete course of instruction for the accordeon or flutina, written and arranged for self-instruction as well as for teachers' use, containing full exercises and explanations, and a large collection of the new and popular melodies of the day / by Sep. Winner.
Publisher
Cleveland : S. Brainard's Sons, [1872]
Type of Content
notated music
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Language
Staff notation
Added Title
Winner's primary school for the accordion or flutina
Research Call Number
*MKSM (Winner, S. Primary school for the accordeon or flutina)
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