Geo. Schleiffarth

Timeline of works

  • 1870
    Union Park Waltzes.
    Place & Publisher Lyon & Healy Chicago
    Subjects:Carriages & Coaches, Steeples, Horseback riding
  • 1884
    Geo. Schleiffarth's Vocal Compositions. No. 7. We Draw the Line at That.
    Place & Publisher The Chicago Music Co., 152 State St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Flowers, Gambling, Money, Debts, Food, Clothing & dress, Manners & customs
  • 1884
    Geo. Schleiffarth's Vocal Compositions. No. 1. Who Will Buy My Roses?
    Place & Publisher The Chicago Music Co., 152 State St. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Flowers, Peddlers
  • 1889
    Curiositee. A Topical Song.
    Place & Publisher The S. Brainard's Sons Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Stages (platforms), Masks, Flags, Rulers, Eiffel Tower, Clothing & dress, Baseball
  • 1889
    The Torrents Came Upon Them, or, The Johnstown Disaster. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Destruction, Dams, Floods, From the writings of Lester Levy, Grace Notes in American History (Lester Levy)
  • 1889
    Since Delia Has Fancied the Stage. Character Song.
    Place & Publisher The S. Brainard's Sons Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits, Stages (platforms), Masks, Flags, Fathers & children, Actors, Theaters
  • 1890
    Shoninger Grand March. Souvenir of the World's Columbian Exposition, 1893.
    Place & Publisher B. Shoninger Co., 225 State St. Chicago
    Subjects:Musical instruments
  • 1893
    The night we christened the freak: a dime museum tragedy
    Place & Publisher White-Smith Music Pub. Co. Boston
    Subjects:Little People, National Emblems, Portraits, Military uniforms
  • 1893
    A Trip Through the Midway Plaisance. Grand Medley [quotes such tunes as "Yankee Doodle," "Star Spangled Banner," "Blue Danbue Waltz," et al.].
    Place & Publisher The S. Brainard's Sons Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Exhibitions, Palms, Bridges, Gondoliers, Ethnic groups, Couples, Entertainment
  • 1893
    O hopeless love
    Place & Publisher White-Smith Music Pub. Co. Boston
    Subjects:Bareback riding, Circuses & shows, Specialty acts, Courtship & love
  • 1894
    The Famous Cadet Two Step.
    Place & Publisher Temple Music Co., 269 Dearborn St. Chicago
    Subjects:Military uniforms, Soldiers, Smoking (tobacco)
  • 1896
    McKinley's Republican Victory March.
    Place & Publisher P.M. Wolsieffer, 201 Clark Street Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits--William McKinley, Liberty--symbols, Flags
  • 1896
    She's the Daughter of Officer Porter. Song and Refrain. A Cyclonic Hit.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons, 49-51 West 28th Street New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Fathers & children
  • 1896
    Professional Copy. Think Once Again Before We Part. Duett. Soprano and Contralto.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Love, Farewells
  • 1897
    Salute the Old Defender. School Edition of the New Patriotic Song.
    Place & Publisher The Defender Publishing Company, W.M. Vandeventer, Sec'y, 1236 Stock Exchange Building Chicago
    Subjects:Soldiers, Veterans, Children, Patriotism
  • 1897
    University of Chicago. Two Step and Marching Song [includes the "Varsity Yell"].
    Place & Publisher Fred. W. King Music Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Students, Entertainment, Courtship & love, Friendship
  • 1898
    Our War President March.
    Place & Publisher P.M. Wolsieffer, 201 Clark Street Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits--William McKinley
  • 1908
    Republican Victory March. The only "McKinley March" played at the St. Louis Nominatin Convention in 1896.
    Place & Publisher P.M. Wolsieffer Chicago
    Subjects:Portraits--William McKinley
  • 1939
    The Torrents Came Upon Them; or The Johnstown Disaster
    Place & Publisher S. Brainard's Sons Co. Chicago
    Subjects:Dams, Floods--Johnstown, 1889, Distress, Disasters, Death