Sunset Chimes (Heinrich, Anthony Philip)

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Publisher. Info. New York: A.P. Heinrich, 1853.
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Misc. Notes No.1 (or at least the crop area of its scan) lacks publisher and date information, but this has been added since it seems on all counts to belong to the rest of the series.
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General Information

Work Title Sunset Chimes
Alternative. Title 12 Songs for Voice with Piano or Organ
Composer Heinrich, Anthony Philip
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 12 Songs:
1. I have something sweet to tell you.
2. O! Say, My Leila, Is it so?
3. Loving hearts.
4. The Forsaken (Fantasy for Voice and Pianoforte).
5. Hope on. (Aria)
6. Hope's Diadem (An impromptu).
7. Remember me, while the heart can beat.
8. "Forget Me Not", Canzonetta Sentimentale.
9. Capriccio Vocale
10. The Boston Bard to his Old Coat.
11. Must I resign so Fair a Prize?
12. That Awful Day will Surely Come.
First Publication. 1853 – New York, by the composer.
Librettist No.1: Frances Sargent Locke Osgood (1811–1850)
Nos.3–5 : A.J.H. Duganne (1823–1884) (Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne)
No.6 : Henry T. Drowne (1822–1897) (Henry Thayer Drowne)
No.7: poss. Henry C. Lewis (fl.1818)
No.8: William B. Tappan (Bingham) (1794–1849)
Nos.9–11: poss. the composer?
Language English
Dedication No.1:To Julia W. Pomeroy.
No.5: To the Misses Mower
No.6: Maria de la Dolores Stückler
No.8:Madame la Baronne Julie de Marguerittes
No.9: A Musical "Vale" to Luther B. Wyman, Esq.
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice, piano
External Links The Music of Anthony Philip Heinrich at Public Domain Music (contains materials on librettists, MIDI sound files of some of the songs here)

Misc. Comments

Sunset Chimes appears as part of Songs Vol.IV in the Kallisti Press Heinrich Edition (edited by Andrew Stiller, 2002.)

Apparently according to PDMusic "Remember Me!" - or a song of the exact same title and first line? - appeared in a 1820 collection, The Western Minstrel: a Collection of Original, Moral, Patriotic, & Sentimental Songs for the Voice & Piano Forte, Interspersed with Airs, Waltzes, &c. "Opera Seconda", by Heinrich, released(?) 1820. Vale is Latin for Farewell (e.g. Ave Atque Vale, Hail and Farewell.)- Schissel