Penn Library

Hidden in Plain Sight:
Musical Treasures in the Penn Library

Curated by Marjorie Hassen

Otto E. Albrecht Music Library
University of Pennsylvania


The Young Son of Chivalry

The Young Son of Chivalry, from the New Opera Plots Composed by M.P. King
Printed for & Sold by J. Carr, Baltimore & in Philadelphia by C. Taws Sons, So. 3rd St., and G. Willing, So. 4th St., 1815 (?)
M 1 A11, v. 1

Collected in a nineteenth-century binder's volume of sheet music, this song was published as No. 6 of Carr's Musical Miscellany, a serial publication of songs and piano music issued in 86 numbers between 1812 and 1825

Table of Contents
Introduction
Manuscript Collections:
Institutions
Manuscript Collections:
Individuals
Sheet Music
Images
Conducting Scores
Music Manuscripts:
15th-18th Centuries
Music Manuscripts:
19th & 20th Centuries
Landmarks of Music Theory

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