T. Moore

Timeline of works

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    The Harp That Once Thro Tara's Halls.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig Philadelphia
    Subjects:Musical instruments, Symbols, War
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    To Sigh Yet Feel No Pain.
    Place & Publisher T. Carr Music Store, 78 1/2 Market St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    The Rapids. A Canadian Boat Song.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Contentment, Happiness, Night
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    If I Speak to Thee in Friendship's Name.
    Place & Publisher John Cole & Son Baltimore
    Subjects:Friendship, Courtship & love
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    If I Speak to Thee in Friendship's Name.
    Place & Publisher E. Riley & Co., 29 Chatham St. New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love
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    I Knew by the Smoke That So Gracefully Curl'd.
    Place & Publisher J. and M. Paff, No. 149 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Country life, Domestic life, Nature, Courtship, Love
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    A Canadian Boat Song.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Sports, Entertainment, Singing
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    The Meeting of the Waters.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Friendship, Time, Domestic life
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    Those Evening Bells.
    Place & Publisher William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Nostalgia, Symbols, Human life cycle
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    I Knew by the Smoke That So Gracefully Curl'd.
    Place & Publisher G. Graupner, No. 6 Franklin Street Boston
    Subjects:Country life, Domestic life, Nature, Courtship, Love
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    Come rest in this bosom.
    Place & Publisher T. Carr Music Store, 78 1/2 Baltimore Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Domestic life, Courtship & love
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    Those Evening Bells. A Favorite Air With Symphonies and Accompaniments.
    Place & Publisher C. & E.W. Jackson, No. 64 Market Street Boston
    Subjects:Happiness, Celebrations, Time, Human life cycle
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    The Meeting of the Water of Hudson & Erie.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Patriotism, Erie Canal
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    The Steersman's Song.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 1 South 3d Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Occupations, Sailors, Love, Absences, Homecomings
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    I Knew by the Smoke That So Gracefully Curl'd.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Country life, Domestic life, Nature, Courtship, Love
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    Does the Harp of Rosa Slumber
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:War, Campaigns & battles, Courtship & love
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    The Timid Tear.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 1 South 3d. Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Distress
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    The Light House.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store, 36 Baltimore St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Seamen, Symbols, Sleeping
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    Love My Mary Dwells With Thee. Duett. For Soprano & Contralto Voices.
    Place & Publisher George Willig, 171 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship, Symbols
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    Eveleen's Bower. An Air. New Edition.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Deceit
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    When Leila Touch'd the Lute.
    Place & Publisher John Paff New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Musical instruments, Symbols
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    Believe Me if All, Those Endearing Young Charms.
    Place & Publisher Wm. Dubois New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love
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    Mary I Believ'd Thee True. A Much Admired New Song.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake at his Musical Repository & Circulating Library, South 3d St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Deception, Distress, Grief
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    Flow on thous shining River. Portuguese Air.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love
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    While Gazing on the Moon's Light.
    Place & Publisher John Paff New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Night, Symbols, Nature
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    Come Rest in This Bosom! [French and English]
    Place & Publisher G. Graupner, No. 6 Franklin Street Boston
    Subjects:Love
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    Mary I Believ'd Thee True. A Much Admired New Song.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake at his Musical Repository & Circulating Library, South 3d St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Deception, Distress, Grief
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    Gaily Sound the Castanet.
    Place & Publisher T. Carr's Music Store, 78 1/2 Baltimore Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Dancing, Celebrations
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    The Wood-Pecker.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake, No. 13 South 5th street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Country life, Courtship, Love, Nature
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    Come Rest in This Bosom! [French and English]
    Place & Publisher W. Dubois, at his Piano Forte & Music Store, 126 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Love
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    The Meeting of the Waters.
    Place & Publisher Wm. Dubois, No. 126 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Country life, Nature, Friendship, Love, Peace
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    The Light House.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store, 36 Baltimore St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Seamen, Symbols, Sleeping
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    Come Rest in This Bosom. [French and English]
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, No. 171 Chesnut Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship, Love
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    Come Rest in This Bosom.
    Place & Publisher G. Willigs' Musical Magazine Philadelphia
    Subjects:Love, Courtship, Distress
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    Oh Think Not My Spirits are Always as Light.
    Place & Publisher W. Dubois New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Friendship, Human life cycle
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    Love and Hope.
    Place & Publisher T. Carr's Music Store, 78 1/2 Baltimore Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Seamen, Storytelling, Symbols
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    Come Tell Me Where the Maid is Found. A Ballad. (second verse added "With Mr. Moore's permission, by a Friend").
    Place & Publisher John Paff New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love
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    The Canadian Boat Song.
    Place & Publisher Engrave, Printed & Sold, by E. Riley, 29 Chatham Street New York
    Subjects:Entertainment, Sports, Prayer
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    Oh! Why Should the Girl of My Soul Be in Tears.
    Place & Publisher J. & M. Paff's, Broadway New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Weeping, Distress
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    Love is a Hunter Boy.
    Place & Publisher Carr's Music Store, 78 1/2 Baltimore Street Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love--symbols
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    Does the Harp of Rosa Slumber. An Admired Canzonet.
    Place & Publisher J. & M. Paff, Maiden Lane New York
    Subjects:Musical instruments, Symbols, Love
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    Tis The Last Rose of Summer
    Place & Publisher E.S. Mesier, 28, Wall St. New York
    Subjects:Women, Gardens, Roses, Death
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    Oh! Why Should the Girl of My Soul Be in Tears.
    Place & Publisher G.E. Blake Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Weeping, Distress
  • [1812]
    There's Not a Look, a Word of Thine. A Canzonet.
    Place & Publisher J. Paff, Broadway New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Love
  • 1823
    Love Thee Dearest!
    Place & Publisher Dubois & Stodart, No. 126 Broad Way New York
    Subjects:Courtship, Devotion
  • 1825
    The Meeting of the Water of Hudson & Erie.
    Place & Publisher E. Riley, 29 Chatham Street New York
    Subjects:Patriotism, Erie Canal
  • 1825
    Response to the Celebrated Ballad of My Heart & Lute.
    Place & Publisher G. Willig, No.74 Market St. Baltimore
    Subjects:Courtship & love, Wealth, Poor persons
  • 1827
    Oh thou who dryst the mourners tear.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig Jr. Baltimore
    Subjects:Emotion--pain, Courtship & love, Compassion
  • 1834
    The Hour of Victory.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:Peace, Homecomings, War casualties, Soldiers, Patriotism, Love
  • 1844
    Too Soon Thou'st Broke the Spell.
    Place & Publisher George Willig, 171 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Deception, Unrequited love, Grief