Louisiana Sheet Music

Description

The Louisiana Sheet Music Collection is comprised of sheet music published in, or with topical relevance to, Louisiana (with an emphasis on New Orleans). Many important local composers are represented, including Basile Bares, Eugene Chassaignac, Edouard Dejan and Louis Moreau Gottschalk as well as several interesting, but lesser known, nineteenth-century composers. The collection covers 100 years in the history of local publishing (1838-1938) and represents a wide range of styles of popular and vernacular music, including Creole songs, nineteenth-century dance music, Confederate anthems, Mexican and Cuban danzas and danzon, ragtime, blues, and jazz .

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127 March
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135 Canal Street Waltz
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4th Battalion Two Step
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A. O. H. Grand March
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Adam y Eva
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Adieu Ma Belle
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Adine Polka
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Admiral Dewey's Grand March
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Affection Waltz
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Again We Meet in All Our Pride
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Ah There, Mr. Magee
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Aime Moi Toujours
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The Algerine Waltz
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The Algiers Belle
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Algiers Herald March
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Ambulance Galop
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America
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American Ladies Polka
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The American Union
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Amor Eterno
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