J. W. Turner

Timeline of works

  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Dandy Jim Ob Caroline.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Dancing, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Nigger Put Down Dat Jug.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Portraits, Banjos, Violins, Percussion instruments, Alcoholic beverages, Eating & drinking, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. De Ole Grey Goose.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Musicians, Violins, Banjos, Percussion instruments, African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Dancing, Crying, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Ole Pee Dee.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Musicians, Violins, Banjos, Percussion instruments, African Americans, Caricatures, Boats, Ships, Boston, Storytelling, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Walk Along, John.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Musicians, Violins, Banjos, Percussion instruments, African Americans, Caricatures, Storytelling, Slavery, Geese, Turkeys, Swine, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Walk Jaw Bone.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Musicians, Violins, Banjos, Percussion instruments, African Americans, Caricatures, Storytelling, Slavery, Eating & drinking, Corn, Punishment & torture, Vultures, Eagles, Weasels, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Whar Did You Come From.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Musicians, Violins, Banjos, Percussion instruments, African Americans, Caricatures, Raccoon hunting, Eating & drinking, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Boston Gals. Song and Chorus
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Banjos, Percussion instruments, Violins, Courtship & love, Clothing & dress, Horses, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Yaller Gals. A Southern Refrain.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Musicians, Violins, Banjos, Percussion instruments, African Americans, Caricatures, Alligators, Frogs, Slavery, Nonsense songs, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Charleston Gals.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, African Americans, Caricatures, Banjos, Percussion instruments, Violins, Travel, Gambling, Card games, Horseback riding, Entertainment, Dancing, Musicians, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Cynthia Sue.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Slave trade, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Cynthia Sue.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Slave trade, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1857
    What is Home Without a Sister? Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Families, Love, Time
  • 1858
    Rippling Wave Waltz.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Rewards & prizes, Boating
  • 1861
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    The Martyrs of Baltimore.
    Place & Publisher Russell & Patee, 61 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Civil War--Union, Patriotism, Campaigns & battles, Heroes
  • 1861
    The Red, White, and Blue Quick Step.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Civil War--Union, Patriotism
  • 1861
    Patriotic Song. Major Anderson.
    Place & Publisher Published by the Author, and for Sale at the Music Stores Boston
    Subjects:Civil War--Union, Patriotism, Military officers
  • 1861
    Patriotic Song. God Save Our Native Land.
    Place & Publisher Published by the Author, and for Sale at the Music Stores Boston
    Subjects:Civil War--Union, Patriotism, Military officers
  • 1863
    Fairy Wedding Waltz.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Supernatural beings, Love, Forests
  • 1863
    The President's Hymn. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Prayer, Occupations, Religion, Patriotism, Liberty
  • 1865
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    Richmond Has Fallen. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Cityscapes, Spires, Smoke, Panoramic views, Campaigns & battles, Victories, Civil War--Union, Ulysses S. Grant, Jefferson Davis, Patriotism
  • 1865
    The Assassin's Vision. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Henry Tolman & Co., 291 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth, Assassinations
  • 1865
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    The Sour Apple Tree. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Disguises, Clothing & dress, Daggers & swords, Money, Executions, Civil War--Union, Jefferson Davis
  • 1865
    Little Tad. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Memorial works, Fathers & children, Pain, Death, Mothers & children, President's wives
  • 1865
    Live but one moment. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Henry Tolman & Co., 291 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Memorial works, Families, Spouses, Death, Pain, Abraham Lincoln
  • 1865
    A Nation Weeps. Dirge On the Death of Abraham Lincoln.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Memorial works, Pain, Patriotism, Assassination
  • 1865
    The Nation's Honored Dead. Monody on the Death of our Beloved President.
    Place & Publisher C.C. Clapp & Co., 69 Court Street Boston
    Subjects:Memorial works, Patriotism, Prayer, Abraham Lincoln
  • 1866
    Funeral March.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Memorial works, Civil War--Union
  • 1866
    Father's Come to Bless Us. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Temperance, Alcoholic beverages, Spouses, Families, Prayer
  • 1867
    James and Alfred, or, The Two Good Boys.
    Place & Publisher C.M. Tremaine, 481 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Children playing, Families, Friendship, Wealth, Yachts, Rulers, Gifts
  • 1867
    Pickwick Galop.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Literature, Authors
  • 1870
    There's Something Seems Wanting When Mother is Gone.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Death, Mothers & children, Sadness, Nostalgia
  • 1871
    Selections from the Sparkling Little Opera in One Act, The Hunter's Daughter. No. 2. The Village Dance.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St. Boston
    Subjects:
  • 1871
    Will You Meet Me By the Stile Annie. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher White, Smith & Perry, 298 & 300 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Fences, Haystacks
  • 1871
    Selections from the Sprakling little Opera in one Act The Hunter's Daughter.
    Place & Publisher G.D. Russell & Company, 126 Tremont, Opp. Park St. Boston
    Subjects:
  • 1871
    She's the Fairest. Duet.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Love
  • 1872
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    Greeley's Funeral March.
    Place & Publisher White, Smith & Perry, 298 & 300 Washington Street Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Memorial works
  • 1874
    Sumner's Funeral March.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits
  • 1874
    Sumner's Funeral March.
    Place & Publisher White, Smith & Co., 298 & 300 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits
  • 1874
    Sweet Katie the Pride of Tralee. Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher White, Smith & Company, 298 & 300 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Love, Immigrants, Homesickness
  • 1876
    'Mid Flame and Smoke. A Descriptive Song of the Burning of the Brooklyn Theatre.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 451 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Stages (platforms), Actors, Orchestras, Audiences, Fires, Disasters, Firefighters, Rescues
  • 1889
    Old Black Joe. Foster's Original Theme, With New and Sparkling Variations.
    Place & Publisher National Music Company, 266-268 Wabash Avenue Chicago, Ill
    Subjects:Stephen Collins Foster