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The amateur's musical library: a collection of piano-forte music, and songs; embracing the most popular airs from the latest operas, consisting of cavatinas, waltzes, marches, quick-steps, cotillions, and many new pieces by the editor; as well as a large number of songs, duetts, trios, quartettes, &c. The whole selected from the most distinguished European authors; including also numerous original compositions by celebrated authors in the United States.

Title:The amateur's musical library: a collection of piano-forte music, and songs; embracing the most popular airs from the latest operas, consisting of cavatinas, waltzes, marches, quick-steps, cotillions, and many new pieces by the editor; as well as a large number of songs, duetts, trios, quartettes, &c. The whole selected from the most distinguished European authors; including also numerous original compositions by celebrated authors in the United States.
Editor:Jarvis, Charles Wesley
Note:Philadelphia, Hooker & Agnew, 1841
  
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Subject:Vocal music
Subject:Piano music
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