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M Music (Go to start of category)
M1990 .N97 [Info] Kindergarten Gift Plays (London: J. Curwen and Sons, Ltd, 1900), by Margaret E. Nuth, illust. by Mildred Emra (page images at Roehampton)
M1994 .E937 [Info] The Everyday Song Book (fourth edition; Chicago: The Cable Co., c1922) (page images here at Penn)
M1997 .C89 [Info] The Baby's Bouquet: A Fresh Bunch of Rhymes and Tunes (London and New York: F. Warne and Co., n.d.), by Walter Crane, contrib. by Lucy Crane and Edmund Evans
M1997 .C89 B3 [Info] The Baby's Opera: A Book of Old Rhymes with New Dresses (London: F. Warne and Co., n.d.), by Walter Crane, contrib. by Edmund Evans (Gutenberg text, illustrated HTML, and page images)
M1997 .L6983 1912 [Info] Little Songs of Long Ago: More Old Nursery Rhymes (c1912), contrib. by Alfred Moffat, illust. by H. Willebeek le Mair (page images at LOC)
M1997 .M48 B7 [Info] The Bubble Book (without accompanying sound recording; New York: Harper and Bros., c1917), by Ralph Mayhew and Burges Johnson, illust. by Rhoda Chase (page images at
M1997 .O9 1911 [Info] Our Old Nursery Rhymes (c1911), contrib. by Alfred Moffat, illust. by H. Willebeek le Mair (page images at LOC)
M2003 .B47 .S3 1902 [Info] De Schelde: Romantisch-Historisch Oratorium in Drie Deelen (1866-1867) (in Dutch, with French translation of lyrics; Antwerp: A. Mertens, 1902), by Peter Benoît and Emanuel Hiel (page images at HathiTrust)
M2003 .H14 M4 [Info] The Messiah: An Oratorio for Four-Part Chorus of Mixed Voices, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass Soli, and Piano, by George Frideric Handel and Charles Jennens, ed. by T. Tertius Noble and Max Spicker (page images at CCEL)
M2012 .L8 C4 [Info] The Chapel Choir Book: A Collection of Catholic Music, Consisting of Masses, Anthems, Chants, and Hymns, To Which is Prefixed a Short Treatise on the Art of Singing (Boston: P. Donahoe, c1850), ed. by George W. Lloyd
M2065 .C57 [Info] Christmas Carols New and Old, ed. by Henry Ramsden Bramley and John Stainer (page images at CCEL)
M2065 .W675 C7 [Info] The Cowley Carol Book, for Christmas, Easter, and Ascension-Tide (London and Oxford: A. R. Mowbray and Co., 1922), ed. by George Ratcliffe Woodward (multiple formats at
M2082 .K5 R8 [Info] The Rural Harmony: Being an Original Composition in Three and Four Parts, for the Use of Singing Schools and Musical Societies (Boston: I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1793), by Jacob Kimball (multiple formats at
M2115 .T32 1916 [Info] The Tabernacle Hymns (Chicago: Tabernacle Pub. Co., c1916), ed. by D. B. Towner and Arthur W. McKee (multiple formats at
M2115 .T32 1921 [Info] Tabernacle Hymns, No. 2 (Chicago: Tabernacle Pub. Co., c1921), ed. by Paul Rader, George C. Stebbins, and Lance B. Latham (multiple formats at
M2116 .B8 P7 1720 [Info] A New Version of the Psalms of David, Fitted to the Tunes Used in Churches (London edition of 1704, reprinted in New England in 1720), by Nicholas Brady and Nahum Tate (multiple formats at
M2116 .C462 1804 [Info] The Christian Harmonist: Containing a Set of Tunes Adapted to All the Metres in Mr. Rippon's Selection of Hymns, in the Collection of Hymns by Mr. Joshua Smith and in Dr. Watts's Psalms and Hymns; To Which Are Added, Hymns on Particular Subjects (Salem, MA: Printed by J. Cushing, 1804), ed. by Samuel Holyoke, contrib. by John Rippon, Joshua Smith, and Isaac Watts (multiple formats at
M2116 .H69 H3 1791 [Info] Harmonia Americana: Containing a Concise Introduction to the Grounds of Music, With a Variety of Airs, Suitable for Divine Worship, and the Use of Musical Societies, Consisting of Three and Four Parts (Boston: Printed by I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1791), by Samuel Holyoke (multiple formats at
M2116 .H7 U5 [Info] The Union Harmony: or, Universal Collection of Sacred Music (2 volumes; Boston: I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, 1793), by Oliver Holden
M2116 .H76 C52 [Info] The Columbian Repository of Sacred Harmony (Exeter, NH: Press of H. Ranlet, ca. 1802), ed. by Samuel Holyoke (multiple formats at
M2116 .J53 [Info] The Delights of Harmony, or, Norfolk Compiler: Being a New Collection of Psalm Tunes, Hymns and Anthems, With a Variety of Set Pieces, From the Most Approved American and European Authors (Dedham, MA: Printed by H. Mann for the author, 1805), by Stephen Jenks (multiple formats at
M2116 .L573 1831 [Info] The Easy Instructor: or, A New Method of Teaching Sacred Harmony (revised and enlarged edition; Albany: Websters and Skinners and O. Steele, 1831), by William Little and William Smith (multiple formats at
M2116 .O4 [Info] The Musical Olio (Northampton, MA: A. Wright, 1805), ed. by Timothy Olmsted (multiple formats at
M2116 .S97 [Info] New England Harmony: Containing a Variety of Psalm Tunes, in Three and Four Parts, Adapted to all Metres; Also, a Number of Set Pieces, of Several Verses Each, Together With a Number of Anthems (Northampton, MA: A. Wright, 1801), by Timothy Swan (multiple formats at
M2116 .U73 1761 [Info] Urania: or, A Choice Collection of Psalm-Tunes, Anthems, and Hymns, From the Most Approv'd Authors, With Some Entirely New, in Two, Three, and Four Parts, The Whole Peculiarly Adapted to the Use of Churches and Private Families; To Which Are Prefix'd the Plainest and Most Necessary Rules of Psalmody (ca. 1761), ed. by James Lyon (multiple formats at

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