R. Taylor

Timeline of works

  • [1794-1798]
    Nancy of the Vale. A Pastoral Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Printed for the author;, No.96 North Sixth Street Philadlephia
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Country life, Marriage proposals
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    Vive la Liberte.
    Place & Publisher B. Carr's Musical Repository, Market Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Patriotism
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    The Wand'ring Village Maid.
    Place & Publisher B. Carr's Musical Repository, Market Street
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    The Wounded Soldier.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Musical Repository Philadelphia
    Subjects:War, Courage, Weeping, War casualties
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    America and Brittannia. Peace. A New March.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig's Musical Magazine Philadelphia
    Subjects:Patriotism, National Emblems, Symbols--peace
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    Amyntor. A Pastoral Song.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Musical Repository, Market St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    The Presidents March.
    Place & Publisher Wm. Priest Philadelphia
    Subjects:
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    The Beech Tree's Petition.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig's Musical Magazine Philadelphia
    Subjects:Time, Axes
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    Washington's March; Quick Step.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig's Musical Magazine Philadelphia
    Subjects:
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    The First of May, or, Shepherds Holiday.
    Place & Publisher John Aitken, and Sold at his Musical Repository, North 2d Street, No. 76 Philadelphia
    Subjects:Happiness, Celebrations, Seasons, Spring
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    Military Glee, Merry is the Trade that Soldiers Lead, for Three Voices with and Accompaniment for the Piano Forte.
    Place & Publisher Preston, 97 Strand London
    Subjects:Warfare, Patriotism, Campaigns & battles--France & England, War casualties
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    Hotham.
    Place & Publisher John Aitken Philadelphia
    Subjects:Prayer
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    The March in Blue Beard.
    Place & Publisher n.p. n.p.
    Subjects:
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    The Merry Piping Lad. A Ballad in the Scot's Taste.
    Place & Publisher John Aitken, North 2d Street, No. 76 Philadelphia
    Subjects:Shepherds, Country life, Contentment, Love
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    (1) Damon & Clora. A Favorite Dialogue; (2) The Reconciliation, being a Sequal to Damon and Clora.
    Place & Publisher Carrs Musical Repository Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    Rondo for the Forte Piano.
    Place & Publisher Printed for the Author, No. 96 North Sixth St. and sold by him Philadelphia
    Subjects:
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    The Lass of the Cot.
    Place & Publisher Printed for the Author, No. 96 North Sixth Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Gods, Weddings, Marriage, Dwellings
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    (1) The Widow; (2) The Faded Lilly; or Louisa's Woe; (3) When the shades of Night Pursuing. Series Title No. 23 of the Musical Journal for the Piano Forte. Vocal Section.
    Place & Publisher J. Carr Baltimore
    Subjects:Poor persons, Death, Courtship & love, Emotion--pain, Seamen