Model Third Grade Pieces (Boston Music Company)

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Editor Thomas À Becket Jr.
William Smythe Babcock Mathews
A. Bechter
Publisher. Info. Boston: Boston Music Co., 1915.
Misc. Notes Original images: ca.300dpi, color jp2 files approx. 3400 by 4585 pixels. Editing: re-sampled to 600dpi, converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, and set uniform margins. Only five of the pieces had been edited. Copyright claimant on the individual pieces and the collection is the Hatch Music Co.
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General Information

Work Title Model Third Grade Pieces
Alternative. Title Twenty Selected Compositions for the Piano
Composer Boston Music Company
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 20 pieces:
  1. Sudds: A Rustic Revel, Op.256
  2. Davies: Night Song, Op.41 No.1
  3. Stults: Daffodils
  4. Jensen: In Sweet Slumber
  5. Heins: The Silver Fairy, Op.164
  6. Lege: Rustling Brooklet, Op.59 No.6
  7. Eilenberg: Musikalisches Bilderbuch, Op.210: No.1 With Drums and Colors Flying
  8. Atherton: Gavotte Romantique, Op.152
  9. Myrberg: Song of the Waves
  10. Morris: Cradle Song, Op.27
  11. Wilm: 24 Kleine Klavierstücke für den Unterricht, Op.81: No.24 Sprites at Work
  12. Engelmann: Glistening Pearls, Op.512
  13. Rubens: Berceuse
  14. Sudds: Our Brightest Days, Op.224
  15. Hennes: The Pretty Skater, Op.288
  16. Eilenberg: Chains of Roses, Op.187
  17. Williams: Shower of Pearls, Op.28
  18. Reinhold: 8 Novelletten, Op.23, No.4
  19. Tourbié: The Express Train, Op.230
  20. Kern: Lilly Bells, Op.24
First Publication. 1915 – Boston: Boston Music Co.
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano

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The individual pieces carry copyright dates from 1897 to 1914.
Franz Rubens (fl.1897–1904)
J.R. Morris (fl.1912–1925)
August Melcher Myrberg (1825–1917), Swedish composer
John H. Davies (fl.1900–1918)