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Date Issued:
1864
Title: Take Me Home.
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Cover Title: Take Me Home: Re-Arranged for the Piano-Forte.
First Line: Take me home to the place where I first saw the light.
First Line of Chorus: Take me home to the place where my little ones sleep.
Name(s): Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890, arranger
J. T. Paterson & Co., lithographer
Type of Resource: notated music
Genre: Sheet Music
Songs
Copyright Date: 1864
Date Issued: 1864
Publisher: Blackmar Brothers
Place of Publication: Augusta, Georgia
Extent: 3 pages
Identifier: FSUML-CSMC-H3877 (IID), Hoogerwerf 3877 (catalog number), Rivest 271 (catalog number)
Instrumentation: voice
piano
Credit Line: Confederate Sheet Music Collection, courtesy of Warren D. Allen Music Library, The Florida State University
Note(s): "Mrs Wm J Seymour" inscribed on cover page
"Take me Home to the place where I first saw the light, To the sweet Sunny South take me Home, Where the mocking bird sung me to rest ev'ry night, Ah! why was I tempted to roam!"
"Southern Edition"
Composer, Eugene Raymond, is a pseudonym for John Hill Hewitt; information from Hoogerwerf, F. W. (1984)
Subject(s): Music -- Confederate States of America
Songs with piano
Popular music -- United States -- To 1901
Library Classification: M2.3 .C61 C6
Held by: Warren D. Allen Music Library
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSUML-CSMC-H3877
Sublocation: Confederate Sheet Music Collection
Goodspeed Collection
Host Institution: FSU