Department of Special Collections
William Penn Keffer Collection of Sheet Music,
ca. 1790-1895

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Topics: General Lafayette

Music about General Lafayette in the Collection
Item No.TitleImprintPlate No.Illustration
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no. 15
Genl. Lafayette's Grand March & Quick Step : performed with great effect at the theatre and public places in New York / composed by Raymond Meetz Philadelphia : G. E. Blake, 1824 None None
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no. 16
Genl. Lafayette's Grand March and Quick Step : respectfully dedicated to the surviving officers and soldiers of the Revolution / by C. Meineke ; composed for a full military band and arranged for the piano forte Baltimore : John Cole, 1824 None Regimental flags draped over a cannon / J. Sands, sc.
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no. 17
Hail! La Fayette / written by Major J. N. Barker ; a tribute of respect to that illustrious friend of liberty on his arrival in the United States ; adapted to Genl. Lafayette's March, the Marsellois Hymn ; the music arranged for a full mi litary band at the request of the Committee of Arrangement by F. Fest Philadelphia : G. E. Blake, 1824 None Small oval portrait of Lafayette set between flags, a cannon, cannonballs, a drum, a serpent (musical instrument), and the ship Cadmus. Above the portrait is an eagle holding a banner in its beak that reads "The Nation's Guest" and one in its claws that reads "Lafayette" / engd. by Woodruff
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no. 18
The La Fayette Rondo : for the piano forte : op. XII / composed and dedicated to Miss Elizabeth W. Kellogg by Wilhelm Iucho New York : Firth & Hall, 1833 None None
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no. 19
The La Fayette Waltz New York : Bourne Depository of Arts, between 1827 and 1832 269 None
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no. 20
Lafayette's March / composed by Miss Caroline Clark for the Boston Independent Cadets and performed by their band at the review in honour of Genl. La Fayette, Aug. 30, 1824 Boston : published for the author, 1824 None None
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no. 22
La Fayette's Welcome to Philadelphia : a new march with variations / composed by a young lady Philadelphia : G. E. Blake, 1824 None An eagle bearing a banner in its talons that reads "Lafayette" and a banner in its beak that reads "The Nation's Guest"
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no. 21
La Fayette's Welcome to the United States in 1824 : a grand march and quick step for the piano forte : performed by the military bands / composed at the request of the Committee of Arrangement for the City of Baltimore and dedicated with profound veneration to that distinguished friend of America by A. Clifton Philadelphia : G. Willig, 1824 None An eagle bearing a wreath in its talons and a banner in its beak reading "Hail! Friend of Liberty"
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no. 23
The Marquis de LaFayette's Welcome to New York : with variations New York : T. Birch, 1824? None None
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no. 24
The Marquis de LaFayette's Welcome to North America / composed & arranged for the piano forte and the flute or violin by F. Meline ; respectfully dedicated to the citizens of the United States Albany : published by the author ; Philadelphia : Geo. Willig, 1827? None None
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no. 29
Welcome Fayette : a patriotic song / composed & respectfully dedicated to the American people by Joseph C. Taws New York : Dubois & Stodart, 1824 None None

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