The Grave of Flora (Tucker, Henry L.)

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New York: Firth, Pond & Co., 1855. Plate 8861.

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[s.l.]: Mrs. Henry Tucker, 1883.

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General Information

Work Title The Grave of Flora
Alternative Title Ballad & Chorus
Composer Tucker, Henry L.
Key A major
Movements/Sections 2 connected
Text Incipit How bright was the morning though gloomy the day
First Publication 1855 – New York: Firth, Pond & Co.
Librettist John S. Farrenberg (fl.1849–fl.1859?)
Language English
Dedication Matt Peel, Esq. (1830–1859)
Average Duration 4 minutes
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice, chorus, piano


Misc. Comments

"John Farrenberg of West & Peel's Campbell Minstrels". Middle initial S. from page 107 of Burnt Cork and Tambourines: A Source Book of Negro Ministrelsy (William L. Stout) (assuming this member of Putnam, Wright & Masters is the same person. It is true that Farrenberg helped form another group in the same year 1859, so it might not be the same! Alto J.E. Farrenberg, on page 102, may have been a female relative- or a male relative who sang in a high voice...)

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