University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Uvalde, Texas Sheet Music Collection, 1852-1957

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Uvalde, Texas Music Club
Title: Uvalde, Texas Sheet Music Collection
Dates: 1852-1957
Abstract: Collection consists of sheet music used by the Music Club of Uvalde, Texas, including choral arrangements, voice solos, and piano duets.
Accession No.: 2009-016
Extent: 5 inches
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Scope and Contents

Collection consists of sheet music used by the Music Club of Uvalde, Texas, including choral arrangements, voice solos, and piano duets. Material is arranged alphabetically by title.


Access Restrictions

Unrestricted access.

Index Terms

Subjects (Organizations)
Uvalde Music Club -- Archives.
Choruses, Secular.
Choruses, Sacred.
Popular music -- United States.
Instrumental music.
Songs with piano.
Songs with piano (4 hands)
Uvalde (Tex.)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Uvalde, Texas Sheet Music Collection, 1852-1957, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Detailed Description of the Papers



2.325/P18 Sheet music, A-Z:
Annie Laurie, four-part women’s chorus, Dudley Buck, 1886
Around the Gypsy Fire, three-part women’s chorus, J. Brahms, arranged by Paul Ambrose, 1920
Battle Hymn of the Republic, mixed chorus, arranged by Roy Ringwald, 1943
Beautiful Dreamer, treble voices, Stephen Collins Foster, 1940
Brothers, Sing On! (A Choral Salutation), Edward Grieg, 1935
Collect of the National Federation of Music Clubs, three-part women’s chorus, 1945
The Ditson Collection of Ten Christmas Carols and Hymns for Community Singing, 1916
Elves in the Flower Bed, trio for women’s voices, 1940
Fair Fidele, two-part women’s chorus, T. A. Arne, 1913
Faust, Trio and Finale, Charles Gounod, 1930
For Unto Us a Child Is Born [fragment], from “The Messiah,” George Frideric Handel, undated
Four American Indian Songs, women’s chorus, C. W. Cadman, 1910
Un Giorno in Venezia, three-part women’s chorus, Ethelbert Nevin, 1913
Goin’ Home, from the symphony “From the New World,” Anton Dvorák, three-part women’s chorus, 1922
Homing, mixed quartet, arranged by Clarence Lucas, 1925
Housekeeper’s Tragedy, North Carolina folk song, three women’s voices, 1945
Hymn of Freedom, mixed chorus, J. Meredith Tatton, 1941
Listen to the Lambs, eight-part chorus, R. Nathaniel Dett, 1914
The Long Day Closes, four-part song for mixed voices, Arthur Sullivan and Henry F. Chorley, 1909
Mah Lindy Lou, three-part women’s chorus, Lily Strickland, 1922
Morning, chorus for women’s voices, J. A Jahn and Mrs. R. T. Stiles, 1917
Narcissus, trio for women’s voices, Ethelbert Nevin, 1920
National Anthems of the Countries of North, Central, and South America, 2 volumes: scores and translated lyrics, 1936
Old Man Noah, sea chantey, unison chorus, 1938
A Perfect Day, three-part women’s chorus, Carrie Jacobs Bond, 1910
The Rosary, four-part women’s chorus, Ethelbert Nevin, 1906
Songs for Fun, Fischer Edition Choruses, Book Four, 1931
Songs for Fun, Fischer Edition Choruses, Book Five, 1931
We Praise Thy Glorious Name, W. R. Waghorne, 1936
2.325/V47f Large format sheet music, A-Z:
L’amerò, sarò costante, from “Il Rè Pastore,” violin or flute solo, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arranged by Carl Deis, 1946
The Angel (Der Engel), duet, Anton Rubinstein, undated
Angelus, from the comic opera “Sweethearts,” duet, Victor Herbert, 1913
The Barber of Seville, Ouverture, piano duet, G. Rossini, undated
Barcarolle, for soprano and alto, Francis Thomé, 1907
Capriccio in E, piano solo, Domenico Scarlatti, edited by Max Vogrich, 1901
Dance of the Hours, from “La Gioconda,” piano duet, A. Ponchielli, 1908
Danse Ondulante, piano duet, Frances Terry, 1923
Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee (Song of Ruth), voice solo, Charles Gounod, undated
Fackeltanz No. 1, Torch-Dance, piano duet, G. Meyerbeer, 1905
The Gipsies, duet for soprano and mezzo-soprano, Johannes Brahms, arranged by Mme. P. Viardot, 1883
Gipsy Rondo, piano duet, Joseph Hayden, 1889
Golliwogg’s Cake Walk, piano solo, Claude Debussy, 1908
Hungarian March (Rakoczy), from “The Damnation of Faust” by Hector Berlioz, piano duet, 1898
I’ll See You Again, from “Bitter Sweet,” duet, Noël Coward, 1929
In Dreams I’ve Heard the Seraphs Fair, soprano and alto duet, Camille Saint-Saëns, undated
In My Garden, duet for soprano and alto, Idabelle Firestone and Lester O’Keefe, 1949
Iphigénie en Aulide, piano duet, Alcest Gluck, undated
Love Is Like a Firefly, from the comedy-opera “The Firefly,” voice solo, Rudolf Frimi, 1940
Lover, Come Back to Me!, voice solo, Sigmund Romberg and Oscar Hammerstein II, 1957
Madame Butterfly’s Song, Act II, One Fine Day, voice solo, G. Puccini, 1904
Mignon, Ouverture, piano duet, Ambroise Thomas, 1905
My Heart Stood Still, from “A Connecticut Yankee,” duet, Lorenz Hart and Richard Rogers, 1957
Norma, “Deh! Con te, con te li prendi,” soprano duet, Vincenzo Bellini, 1911
O Lovely Peace, from “Judas Maccabæus,” duet for soprano and alto, George Frideric Handel, undated
O Savior, Hear Me!, violin solo, adapted from Gluck by Dudley Buck, 1908
O Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star, piano duet, R. Wagner, arranged by Preston Ware Orem, 1900
Of the Knights So Brave, duet, Friedrich von Flotow, 1852
Oh, That We Two Were Maying, soprano and alto duet, Ethelbert Nevin, 1902
One Word, soprano and tenor duet, Otto Nicolai, 1871
Pagoda Bells, voice solo, Kathleen Lockhart Manning, 1931
Polonaise in C# Minor, Opus 26, No. 1, F. Chopin, undated
Rondo Scherzando, Op. 81, piano duet, Heinrich Marschner, 1905
The Stars and Stripes Forever, piano duet, John Philip Sousa, 1897
A Summer Night, soprano duet, Benjamin Godard, 1893
Texas Bluebonnet Song, Julia D. Owen, 1922
To a Water Lily, Edward MacDowell, undated
La Vierge à la Crèche, duet or chorus for soprano and alto, César Franck, 1909
Wiener Walzer, piano duet, C. Gurlitt, 1905
Your Song, violin solo, Marjorie Elliott, 1940