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cetmst Songbook Indexing: 19th Century Songbooks (133* d) Index: Fireside Harmony (Mason, 1848) 11 Dec 08

Fireside Harmony; A New Collection of Glees and Part Songs, Arranged for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Base (sic) Voices by William Mason
Boston, Tappan, Whittemore, and Mason, 1848

An Old Man Would Be a-Wooing
Awake, Sweet Flowery-Footed May
Beauteous Clouds
Canon for the Month of June
Does Madness Press Thy Sinking Heart?
Erin Is My Home
For Our Country
Freedom's Land
He That Is Thy Friend
Heart's Desires
Hope and Faith
How Sweet Are the Flowers
Joyful Be, Gay and Free
Land of Youth
Love and Mirth
Maiden! Listen
Maidens Young and Tender
Mourir pour la Patrie
Neapolitan Song
Night Songs
Sing a Song
Song of the Sleighers
Spring's Eyes
Spring Greeting to the Father-Land
Spring Time
Swiss Evening Song
The Alpine Wooer
The Exquisite
The Farewell
The Fisherman
The Forsaken
The Greatest Treasure
The Greenwood Tree
The Harper
The Hunter
The Painter's Wandering Song
The Richest Land
The Rover
The Sail
The Song of the Hunter
The Swallows
The Syrens
The Temple of Love
The Tyrolese
The Voyage
The Voyage of Life
The Wanderer
The Wanderer's Farewell
To the Genius of Poesy
To Sleep
Two Roses
Under Every Tree-Top
Up, Brothers Up!

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