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Goodwin, William.
     The diorama: performed at the Bowery Theatre.
New York: Published by Wm. Taylor. c1829
IN 1820 .G55 1.
     Reel: 15

Goold, Henry.
     Beautiful things: song.
New York: William A. Pond. c1850
VO 1850 .G671 1.
     Reel: 63

Goold, Henry.
     Memory's jewels: a song to my wife.
Albany: Boardman & Gray. c1850
VO 1850 .G671 2.
     Reel: 63

Gordigiani, L.
     Blondine.
Boston: Oliver Ditson. c1756
VO 1850 .G673 1.
     Reel: 63

Gordigiani, L.
     I saw her at the window.
Cleveland: S. Brainard's Sons. c1856
VO 1850 .G673 2.
     Reel: 63

Gordigiani, L.
     Of thee my heart is ever fondly dreaming: Tuscan air.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co. <185-?>
VO 1850 .G673 3.
     Reel: 63

Gordigiani, L.
     Of thee my heart is ever fondly dreaming: Tuscan air.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co. <185-?>
VO 1850 .G673 4.
     Reel: 63

Gordigiani, L.
     Rilla, I have found thee, I have found thee: ballad for mezzo soprano.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co. c1857
VO 1850 .G673 5.
     Reel: 63

Gordigiani, L.
     The sad wild strain: ballad.
Boston: Oliver Ditson.
VO 1850 .G673 6.
     Reel: 63

Gordigiani, L.
     Il tempo passato (Departed days).
Boston: Oliver Ditson. c1856
VO 1850 .G673 7.
     Reel: 63

Gordon, S.T.
     There is the white house yonder, or the Fremont campaign song.
New York: S.T. Gordon. c1856
VO 1850 .G674 1.
     Reel: 63

Goria, A.
     Caprice nocturne.
Baltimore: Miller & Beacham. 1853-64
IN 1850 .G66 1.
     Reel: 99

Goria, A.
     Chant d'Adieu, etude.
Cleveland: S. Brainard. 185-?
IN 1850 .G66 2.
     Reel: 99

Goria, A.
     Olga.
Philadelphia: Fiot. 1844-1849
IN 1840 .G67 1.
     Reel: 43

Goria, A.
     Olga mazurka.
Philadelphia: J.E. Gould. 1853-56
IN 1850 .G66 4.
     Reel: 99

Goria, A.
     Olga mazurka.
Philadelphia: J.E. Gould. 1853-56
IN 1850 .G66 3.
     Reel: 99

Goria, A.
     Pervanche, reverie...op.84.
Cleveland: S. Brainard. 1859
IN 1850 .G66 5.
     Reel: 99

Goria, A.
     Vieux minuet.
Cleveland: S. Brainard. 185-?
IN 1850 .G66 6.
     Reel: 99

Gosden, J.T.
     Alone, alone forever!
Baltimore: Miller & Beacham. c1856
VO 1850 .G675 1.
     Reel: 63

Gosden, J.T.
     Dawn, schottisch.
Baltimore: Miller & Beacham. 1856
IN 1850 .G67 1.
     Reel: 99

Gosden, J.T.
     Few days: sung by Harry Lehr of Kunkel's Nightingale Opera Troupe.
Baltimore: Henry McCaffrey. c1854
VO 1850 .G675 2.
     Reel: 63

Gosden, J.T.
     Good night sweet love.
Baltimore: Henry McCaffrey. c1860
VO 1850 .G675 3.
     Reel: 63

Gosden, J.T.
     The home circle schottisch.
Baltimore: Miller & Beacham. 1856
IN 1850 .G67 2.
     Reel: 99

Gosden, J.T.
     I ne'er will forsake thee: adapted to Count de Gallenburg's celebrated waltz.
Baltimore: George Willig. c1832
VO 1830 .G67 1.
     Reel: 19

Gosden, J.T.
     Our sun of love.
Baltimore: Henry McCaffrey. c1855
VO 1850 .G675 4.
     Reel: 63

Gosden, J.T.
     Thou art roaming.
Baltimore: Henry McCaffrey. c1855
VO 1850 .G675 5.
     Reel: 63

Gottschalk, L.M.
     The last hope.
New York: Hall & Sons. 1856
IN 1850 .G68 6.
     Reel: 99

Gottschalk, L.M.
     Marche de nuit.
New York: Hall & Son. 1856
IN 1850 .G68 7.
     Reel: 99

Gottschalk, L.M.
     Marche de nuit.
New York: Hall & Son. 1856
IN 1850 .G68 9.
     Reel: 99

Gottschalk, L.M.
     Marche de nuit.
New York: Hall and Son. 1856
IN 1850 .G68 8.
     Reel: 99

Gottschalk, L.M.
     Ojos criollos.
New York: Hall & Son. 1860
IN 1850 .G68 10.
     Reel: 99

Gottschalk, L.M.
     Reflets du passe.
New York: Hall & Son.
IN 1850 .G68 11.
     Reel: 99

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