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If this be love / written and composed by Edward J. Abram.
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Image ID: 1255349

If this be love / written and composed by Edward J. Abram.  [What is this feeling of sadness, within my innermost soul. [...] ([c1895])


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Image Title

:  If this be love / written and composed by Edward J. Abram.

Alternate Title

: What is this feeling of sadness, within my innermost soul. [first line]

Creator(s)

: Abram, Edward J. -- Composer
Abram, Edward J. -- Lyricist

Additional Name(s)

: Morrison, Rosabel -- Singer
Morrison, Rosabel -- Dedicatee

Published Date

: [c1895]

Specific Material Type

: music

Item Physical Description

: 1 score (4 p.) ; 34 cm.

Notes

: Rear cover is an advertisement for and include the first page of the song We were simply friends by Dennis Mackin. Note 2.) Cover includes photograph of Rosabel Morrison. Note 3.) On cover: Ballad as sung in the New York Casino success The passing show and the new comedy A green-goods man. Note 4.) On first page of music: Op. 90.

Source

: American popular songs. / Sheet music, 1895

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Music Division

Digital ID

: 1255349

Record ID

: 463806

Digital Item Published

: 8-17-2009; updated 3-25-2011

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