Sweet and Low. The Cradle Song from Tennyson's "Princess."

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Levy Call Number:

Box 66, Item 90

Composer, Lyricist, Arranger:

[Alfred Tennyson]. Music Composed by J.G. Barnard. Arranged by A. Apelles, Instructor of Music at the U.S. Military Academy West Point.

Publisher:

Wm. A. Pond & Co., 547 Broadway

Location:

New York

Date:

1864

Form of Composition:

strophic

Instrumentation:

piano and voice

Engraver, Lithographer, Artist:

Lith. & Printed in Colors by Henry c. Eno, 37 Park Row; Robt. W. Weir, del, 1864; Engd. at Clayton's

Dedicatee:

Dedicated to His Wife by J.G. Barnard.

Subjects:

Mothers & children, Waterfronts, Sailboats, Moonlight, Dogs, Fathers & children, Seamen, Lullabyes, Poets