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Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music

Titles

Household clock /
The Household pet /
Houseless and homeless /
How I got marrried /
How I have loved thee! /
How I have missed thee /
How I lov'd her /
How I love to dance /
How I miss those little footsteps /
How I wonder what they say /
How Paddy stole the rope /
How Yacob found it oud /
How are all at home? /
How are you? /
How beauteous are their feet /
How beautiful appears [from] the oratorio Jeptha /
How beautiful is the sea! Barcarolle /
How beautiful on the mountains /
How beautiful to me, or, My childhoods home /
How beautiful upon the mountains /
How blest the dream /
How bright was the star, ballad /
How calmly sinks the parting sun! Or, Sabbath evening /
How can I go without a last good-bye /
How can I help thinking of you? /
How can I leave thee /
How can I leave thee! /
How can I leave thee! Air vari /
How can I tear thee from my heart? /
How can I tell him I love him no more /
How can I thoughts express [from] Chimes of Normandy /
How can a bird help singing? /
How can they be saved /
How cheering a glance at old Erin would be /
How could I ever forget you? /
How could I forget thee /
How could I leave thee; Theme and variations /
How could I? /
How could I? Could you? /
How d'y do, Aunt Susie?; or, Down in Georgia /
How d'ye do /
How dat vas for high /
How dear the quiet path /
How do I feel? So! So! /
How do you do /
How do you do? /
How do you do? Schottisch /
How do you know? /
How do you like it; Polka /
How do you like my style /
How dye do /
How easily things go wrong /
How excellent is thy name /
How fair art thou /
How fair art thou = Wie schn bist du /
How had I wronged thee ever? Duet, Act II of Leonora /
How have I thought of thee /
How he loved me! - Non me lo dite! /
How is your sister Mary /
How it came about /
How little we know of each other /
How long for thee must I wait; A Twilight reverie /
How long when I am gone /
How long will we be remembered /
How long? /
How lovely are thy dwelling's fair /
How lovely are thy dwellings fair /
How many sail out, that never sail in /
How many thoughts /
How many thousand flowers - So viele tausend blumen /
How many times do I love thee, dear? /
How much does the baby weigh? /
How oft have I sat by the brookside /
How oft, alas! /
How often hast thou told me, a ballad /
How often hast thou told me, ballad /
How pleasant, how divinely fair /
The how qua waltz /
How ridiculous; Comic song /
How shall I choose from the two? Ballad /
How shall I teach?; or, Hints to teachers /
How shall I tell thee /
How short the days are getting! /
How silent is the night /
How sleep the brave /
How so fair /
How so fair [from] Martha /
How softly on the bruised heart /
How soon I'll be forgotten /
How soon we are forgotten /
How sweet 'twere to dwell /
How sweet are the flowers of spring, ballad /
How sweet are the roses /
How sweet are the roses, ballad /
How sweet are the roses, with variations /
How sweet is the land /
How sweet the answer echo makes /
How sweet the name of Jesus sounds /
How sweet the scene when Christians die /
How sweet the song of summer birds /

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