Early & Unique American Sheet Music
All of the following pieces of sheet music
My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free - The republished sheet music of the song composed by Francis Hopkinson, signer of the Declaration Of Independence
The Declaration Of Independence - The complete words arranged for full choral chant in 1861. A fascinating piece of music.
Come Genius Of Our Happy Land - A song composed and published in the late 1700s or early 1800s (exact date unknown) to John Adams.
The Green Mountain Farmer - Words by Thomas Paine - Another song published published in the late 1700s or early 1800s (exact date unknown) dedicated to John Adams
The People's Friend - Song published in 1801 for the 4th of July and dedicated to Thomas Jefferson
Chester by William Billings from a 1792 fife book
The Last Words Of Washington - Song published in 1842 based on the farewell address of George Washington
Songs & Ballads Of the American Revolution - Scanned reprint of an article in a 19th Century American periodical containing lyrics and tunes for many songs of the American Revolution.
Hail Columbia - Late 1700s "Federal Song" written by "J. Hopkinson" to the well known at the time tune "The President's March"
And here are a few spirited piano pieces arranged and composed by some of the thousands of 19th Century musicians, arrangers and composers..........
Adams & Liberty - The famous Revolutionary period tune, arranged for piano solo in 1862
The American Republic Waltz - Piano solo published in 1879
Ben Franklin Waltz - Piano solo published in 1883
Jeffersonian Polka - Piano solo published in 1881
Independence Waltz - Piano solo published in 1841
Paul Revere Galop - Piano solo published in 1876
Downloading The Sheet Music
We have used scans of the original sheet music and prepared each of the above listed pieces of music in the form of a PDF file. You will be immediately directed to the download link for the entire collection of PDF files in the form of a "zip" file, after making a secure Paypal or credit-payment.
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