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Zephyrus / [words by] Longfellow ; [music by] Henry F. Gilbert.

Notated music

[1903?]

1903

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The wreck of the Hesperus; a cantata. [Words by Longfellow]

Notated music

New York, G. Schirmer [1897?]

1897

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The courtship of Miles standish.

Text

[New York] Columbia Broadcasting System, 1944.

1944

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Fifth symphony : Canticles of America : a choral symphony, for mixed chorus, orchestra, soprano and baritone solos, and optional narrator / Robert Ward.

Notated music

[Boston, Mass.?] : Highgate Press ; New York : Sole agent, Galaxy, c1979.

1979

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Hiawatha : Longfellow's classic poem / adapted by Michael Bogdanov.

Text

London : Heinemann, 1981.

1981

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Evangeline : for voice and string quartet : 1975 / Dinos Constantinides ; poetry, H.W. Longfellow.

Notated music

New York : Seesaw Music, c1980.

1980

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Hymn to the night : from Fifth symphony, Canticles of America : for soprano, solo violin and piano / Robert Ward.

Notated music

New York : Highgate Press : Sole agent, Galaxy Music Corp., c1979.

1979

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Easter cantata : for chorus, soli and organ / text selected from Longfellow's Divine tragedy and the Hymnal ; [music by] Henry Hadley.

Notated music

1935 Feb. 23.

1935

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The brooklet came from the mountain / [words by] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ; [music by] Charles Wakefield Cadman.

Notated music

[1910?]

1910

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The light of stars : part-songs : op. 54, no. 2 / poem by Longfellow ; music by H.K. Hadley.

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[1890?]

1890

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Paul Revere's ride : cantata for mixed junior chorus, baritone solo and lib., & orchestra / poem by H.W. Longfellow ; music by Henry Holden Huss ; accompaniment arranged for piano.

Notated music

[1928?]

1928

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The ride of Paul Revere / by A lover of peace, Henry Holden Huss ; [poem by Longfellow].

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1945 Nov. 21.

1945

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The ship of state : for junior chorus in three voices, soprano alto & bass, with orchestra / text from Longfellow's The building of the ship ; music by Diminished Seventh (H H Huss).

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1926 Oct. 30.

1926

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The ship of state : for male chorus / words from Longfellow's The building of the ship ; music by Henry Holden Huss.

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1887 Feb.

1887

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Evangeline / [words] by Henry W. Longfellow ; musical setting by Philip Gordon.

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[19--].

1894-1983

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The rainy day / words by H.W. Longfellow ; music by Israel Joseph.

Notated music

[19--?]

1900-1919

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Hiawatha's wedding feast : op. 30, no. 1 / Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

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New York, N.Y. : E.F. Kalmus, [197-?]

1970-1979

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Hiawatha's departure / S. Coleridge-Taylor.

Notated music

[United States] : E.F. Kalmus, [197-?].

1970-1979

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Wabun : the East wind / words by Longfellow, from Hiawatha ; arranged for women's voices ; music by John Mundy.

Notated music

[19--]

1886-1971

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The day is dark and dreary / [words by] Longfellow ; [music by] Clarence Lucas.

Notated music

1903 Aug. 5.

1903

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Aftermath : music for flute with violin, viola, violoncello and soprano voice, 1981 / Andrew Thomas ; text, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Notated music

New York, N.Y. : American Composers Alliance, [1981?]

1981

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The bells of the Strasburg Cathedral : G. 6 / Franz Liszt.

Notated music

Boca Raton, Fla. : E.F. Kalmus, [1991?]

1991

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberJMG 93-313Item LocationOffsite

Scenes from the Song of Hiawatha, op. 30, nos. 1 and 2; a cantata for tenor solo, chorus, and orchestra; the words written by H.W. Longfellow; the music composed by S. Coleridge-Taylor.

London : Novello, c1898-1899.

1898-1899

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The blind girl of Castél-Cuillé : cantata for soprano and baritone soli, chorus, and orchestra, op. 43 / the poem translated from the Gascon of Jasmin by H.W. Longfellow ; the music composed by S. Coleridge-Taylor.

London : Novello ; New York : Ewer, c1901.

1901

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The ballad of the elected knight : for solo tenor and percussion ensemble / David Harold Cox ; [text by Longfellow].

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New York, N.Y. : Seesaw Music, c1994.

1994

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Excelsior : poema sinfonico para orquesta / Felipe Pedrell ; edición a cargo de Francesc Bonastre.

Notated music

Madrid : Instituto Complutense de Ciencias Musicales, c1992.

1992

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FormatNotated musicCall NumberJMF 94-868Item LocationOffsite

Samuel Ward papers, 1647-1912.

Moving image

1647-1912

1 Resource

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Washington Irving. Mr. Bryant's address on his life and genius. Addresses by Everett, Bancroft, Longfellow, Felton, Aspinwall, King, Francis, Greene. Mr. Allibone's Sketch of his life and works. With eight photographs.

Text

New York, G. P. Putnam, 1860.

1860

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FormatTextCall NumberMFY 03-4726Item LocationSchwarzman Building - Photography Collection Room 308

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The curfew / [words by] H.W. Longfellow ; [music by] G.W. Chadwick ; sop. or ten.

Notated music

Boston : A.P. Schmidt, c1914.

1914

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The Poets and poetry of Europe : with introductions and biographical notices / by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Text

Philadelphia : Carey and Hart, 1845

1845

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The Poets and poetry of Europe / with introductions and biographical notices by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Text

Boston : Houghton, Mifflin, 1896.

1896

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Outre-mer ; and, Drift-wood / by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Text

Boston : Houghton, Mifflin, 1886.

1886

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"The city and the sea," with other Cambridge contributions, in aid of the hospital fund.

Text

Cambridge [Mass.] J. Wilson and son, 1881.

1881

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Longfellow and Scandinavia; a study of the poet's relationship with the northern languages and literature.

Text

New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, 1947.

1947

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The land of Evangeline, silent reading for upper grades, by Jay Earle Thomson.

Text

New York, Boston [etc.] D. C. Heath and company [c1924]

1924

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Hiawatha entertainments, by Stanley Schell; scene of "Hiawatha bids farewell to his people," "transformation scene," and half-tone illustrations by Irving Vining.

Text

New York, E.S. Werner & Company, c1907.

1907

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The Knickerbocker sketch-book : a library of select literature / edited by Lewis Gaylord Clark.

Text

New York : Burgess, Stringer, 1845.

1845

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Chimasia: a reply to Longfellow's Theologian; and other poems. By Orthos [pseud.]

Text

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1864.

1864

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Golden songs of great poets ... / Illustrated by Darley, Moran, Hart, Fredericks, Smillie, and McEntee.

Text

New York : Sarah H. Leggett, 1877.

1877

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow : a sketch of his life / by Charles Eliot Norton ; together with Longfellow's chief autobiographical poems.

Text

Boston ; New York : Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1907, c1906.

1907-1906

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Christmastide, containing four famous poems by favorite American poets ...

Text

Boston, J.R. Osgood and Company, 1878.

1878

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Tales of a wayside inn/ by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Text

Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1863.

1863

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In the woods with Bryant, Longfellow, and Halleck. Illustrated from drawings, by John A. Hows.

Text

New York, J.G. Gregory, 1863.

1863

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The waif: a collection of poems ...

Text

Cambridge [Mass.] John Owen, 1845 [c1844]

1845-1844

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The Waif : a collection of poems.

Text

Boston : William D. Ticknor, 1846.

1846

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