• Creator
  • Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852; Woodworth, Samuel, 1784-1842; Stevenson, John, Sir, 1760?-1833
  • Created Date
  • 1825
  • Publisher
  • New York (297 Broadway, New York) : Published by F. Riley, 1825
  • Description
  • Written by S. Woodworth ; sung by Mr. Keene at the Grand Canal Celebration ; respectfully dedicated to his excellency Dewitt Clinton. Stevenson's setting of Thomas Moore's The meeting of the waters (cf. Wolfe, 8844 - 8855) ; with additional lyrics by Woodworth, comemorating the canal celebration. First verse of Woodworth text printed between staves ; first stanza of Moore text printed in slightly smaller type face above staves. First line of W... more
    Written by S. Woodworth ; sung by Mr. Keene at the Grand Canal Celebration ; respectfully dedicated to his excellency Dewitt Clinton. Stevenson's setting of Thomas Moore's The meeting of the waters (cf. Wolfe, 8844 - 8855) ; with additional lyrics by Woodworth, comemorating the canal celebration. First verse of Woodworth text printed between staves ; first stanza of Moore text printed in slightly smaller type face above staves. First line of Woodworth text : Let the day be forever remembered with pride. First line of Moore text : There is not in the wide world a Valley so sweet. less
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