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Angel By Your Side Piano Sheet Music

Angel by your side is a song that illustrates what any person out in the world experiences in life. The lyrics are beautiful but also the melody is written very well. Battistellis music is very very good.

Angel By Your Side Piano Sheet Music

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She watched by my cradle through long, sleepless nights She taught me to pray as she knelt by my side She guarded my childhood, and all through the years She echoed my laughter, she counted my tears In the arms of my mother, I came to believe That God sent an angel to watch over me

I just love you and your music! This is my personal favorite of all time and Allyse Smith Taylor did a brilliant job at interpreting it. This song captures the essence of how I feel about my Mother. I wish one day I can sing it to her myself as I feel I do not have the voice to sing it yet at performance level. But your song give is such an inspiration to try.

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July 26 John Esten Cooke, on editorial staff of Richmond Virginia Index writes to Stephen Foster enclosing his "recent notice of your late publications" expressing his "great ... enjoyment" with the music (EFM 489)

May 29 "The Glendy Burk" entered and recorded for copyright by Firth, Pond, & Co., New York (CE II 427) (JTH). EFM: "As an acknowledgment of the compliment of having the steamboat named for himself, it is said that Mr. Burke presented the boat with a grand piano." There was sensitivity even in the 1860s about singing dialect, and EFM cites a binder's volume belonging to a senator's daughter as evidence. EFM cites changes in words in 20th century to "Oh! Susanna" for Alf Landon's 1936 presidential campaign (EFM 520f)

Oct. "Beautiful Child of Song" published in Clark's School Visitor (CE II 428) [see Aug.25, Oct.6 1860]. The publishers of the magazine later claimed that they paid Stephen $400 for six songs (JTH). Song issued as sheet music Dec. 1863.

Feb.1 "Mine Is the Mourning Heart" deposited for copyright by Daughaday & Hammond, Philadelphia (CE II 429). CE: On February 1, 1861, Daughaday & Hammond deposited a caption title for "Mine Is the Mourning Heart" cut from a January 17, 1861, issue of Clark's School Visitor. No copy of this issue, which surely contains "Mine Is the Mourning Heart," is know to have survived...." (Later issued as sheet music: see May 1863).

nd Stephen's most popular songs in the Confederacy, judging from the titles advertised on the back pages of sheet music printed there, were "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming," "Fairy Belle," "I See Her Still in My Dreams," "Lula Is Gone," "Parthenia to Ingomar," and "Why No One to Love." (EFM 541)

July 15 Erasmus Wilson writes to James Whitcomb Riley, "Mr. Morrison Foster, brother of the late Stephen C. would like you to call and see him when you come this way, and without fail. He has recently acquired Stephen's original score and composition book, besides he has collected quite a lot of reminiscence. He heard you at Sewickly and wanted to shake your paw, but was to modest to crowd up. He says you and Steve were built a good deal alike...." (EFM 579) 041b061a72


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