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  • Tags: James Power

Kiallmark.Araby's Daughter. Title-page.jpg
A reproduction of the title-page and first page of music from George Kiallmark's song "Araby's Daughter', a text sung by the Peri over the drowned Hinda in 'Paradise and the Peri' from Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh. Persistent link: …

NA 3 illustration Row Gently Here.jpg
Image of the illustration for the song Row gently here, from Thomas Moore's National Airs Third Number, published by James Power, London 1822-c1838

NA 4 Index.jpg
Image of the index from Thomas Moore's National Airs Fourth Number, published by James Power, London 1822-c1838

NA 4 p.65 music.jpg
Image of the first page of music for Nets and Cages, a song from Thomas Moore's National Airs Fourth Number, published by James Power, London 1822-c1838

NA 1 Oft in the Stilly.jpg
Image of the first page of music for Oft in the Stilly Night, one of the most popular songs from Thomas Moore's National Airs First Number, published by James Power, London 1818-c1838

NA 3 music Row Gently Here.jpg
Image of the first page of music for Row Gently Here, a song from Thomas Moore's National Airs Third Number, published by James Power, London 1822-c1838

NA 5 title page.jpg
Title page, Thomas Moore's National Airs Fifth Number, published by James Power, London 1826-c1838

NA 5 advertisement.jpg
Advertisement, Thomas Moore's National Airs Fifth Number, published by James Power 1826-c1838

NA 1 Title Page.jpg
Title page, Thomas Moore's National Airs First Number, published by James Power, London 1818-c1838

NA 2 title page.jpg
Title page, Thomas Moore's National Airs Second Number, published by James Power, London 1820-c1838
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