Dew Drops (Bellak, James)

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Publisher. Info. Philadelphia: J.E. Gould, 1854.
Reprinted Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., 1884.
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Publisher. Info. Philadelphia: J.E. Gould, 1854. Nos. 6, 15, 17: Plates 2781, 2790, 2792.
Reprinted No.13: Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., 1882.
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General Information

Work Title Dew Drops
Alternative. Title
Composer Bellak, James
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's At least 29:
  1. Ellen and Annie Schottisch
  2. Fille du Regiment Quickstep
  3. Musket Galop, Op.176
  4. Bohemian Girl Waltz
  5. Sontag Waltz
  6. Marco Spada Schottisch, Op.183
  7. Sea Breeze Polka, Op.179
  8. Crown of Diamonds Galop
  9. Jewel Schottisch
  10. Belisario Waltz
  11. Farewell My Home Waltz
  12. Martha Quickstep
  13. Rocking Chair Polka
  14. Lucrezia Borgia Waltz
  15. Pestal Waltz, Op.185
  16. Dieu et la Bayadere Galop
  17. Coaxing Polka
  18. Colonello Waltz
  19. Favorite Irish Waltz
  20. Fra Diavolo Quickstep
  21. Procession March
  22. Linda Galop
  23. Shells of Ocean Waltz
  24. Pré aux Clercs Quickstep
  25. Joyful Waltz
  26. Flower Garden Schottisch
  27. Cradle Polka
  28. Good Old Fashioned Polka
  29. Little Darling Schottisch
First Publication. 1854 ? – J.E. Gould (first 24).

Republished 1882 to 1884? (revised?) with 5 more items by Ditson

Dedication to his pupils Robert Keyser Neff and Geo. Hamilton Colket
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Piano

Misc. Comments

Other copies of at least some of the Dew Drops, at the LOC, list Gould of Philadelphia as primary publisher, Ditson as a subsidiary publisher, but 1854 is still the year of publication. Each Dew Drop has its own opus number.