|Incipit||When other friends are round thee, and other hearts are thine|
|First Publication||1849 – Philadelphia: Lee & Walker|
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|Work Title||When Other Friends are Round Thee|
|Key||F major (high voice)|
|First Publication.||1849 – Philadelphia: Lee & Walker|
|Librettist||George Pope Morris|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Romantic|
No.6 of the collection (entirely by him?) "American Songs".
Morris’ poem of this title, from his collection "Poems and Ballads", inspired music by Bernhard Molique and at least three others (or perhaps quite a few more...) besides this work, according to LoC and Worldcat, as well as what might be a response ballad called When Other Friends have Left Thee (by Mathieu Schmitz, in 1847, words by "P.H.V.A.")