Hymn for a Dead Comrade (Macy, James Cartwright)
First edition ?
Brainard’s Acme Collection. Quartets, Part-Songs and Choruses for Male Voices.
Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons, 1883.
Part of an edition containing other works possibly sold separately and together (the page numbering for at least one copy of another in the edition, "The North Wind" by Gatty, suggests not every item was always sold separately.)
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|Work Title||Hymn for a Dead Comrade|
|Composer||Macy, James Cartwright|
|First Publication||1883 – Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons|
|Incipit||O, comrade, we mourn for thee, Flows the silent tear|
|Average Duration||1 minute 50 seconds|
|Instrumentation||TTBB male choir|
from Brainard's Acme Collection for Male Voices.
Another copy of this work has the notation Hymn sung at the memorial services of Ulysses S. Grant, at Greenland, O., August 8, 1885.