Reference number
  • VSM
  • Collection
  • 1850-1860
Extent and medium
  • One folder
  • A collection of sheet music title pages, comprising: - "Ida", sung by Miss Dolby, composed by George Linley, published by Chappell [1851] - "The Musical Bouquet", with the first bars of "The Favourite Etude Mazurka", composed by A Talexy [1855] - "The Lost Heart", sung by Miss Poole, published by Charles Jefferys [1851] - "The Hippopotamus Polka", by L St Mars, published by Charles Jefferys [1850] - "Down Where the Blue Bells Grow", written by J Bruton, composed by Alexander Lee, published by D'Almaine and Co [1851] - "The Melody from The Corsican Brothers", composed by M Varny, arranged by R Stöpel, published by Chappell [1852] - "Select German Songs with English Words", published by B Williams [1850-1860?] - "The Standard Bearer Quadrille", composed on Herr Pischeks' Songs from the Deutsche Lyra by Jullien, published by Jullien and Co at the Royal Musical Conservatory [1850-1860?] - "Quadrille" from Lucia di Lammermoor, by Charles d'Albert, published by Chappell [1850-1860] - "L'Echo du Mont Blanc", polka dedicated to his friend Albert Smith by Jullien, published by Jullien and Co [1853] - "Minnie", Madame Anna Thillon and Miss Dolby at Mons. Jullien's Concerts, written by George Linley, published by Jullien and Co [1855]
Administrative history
  • These title pages were most likely collected as examples of lithography, illustration, printing and design for the Printing Trades course at Leicester School of Art and Crafts.
Conditions governing access
  • Open and available for access.
Conditions governing reproduction
  • Photographs or scans may be made for private research purposes only.
Immediate source of acquisition or transfer
  • Transferred to the Archive from Library holdings.
Archivist's note
  • Catalogued by Katharine Short, Archivist, December 2015.