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Title: The Alabama.
Cover Title: Nautical Song with Piano Forte Accompaniment. The Alabama.
First Line: The wind blows off yon rocky shore.
First Line of Chorus: Then sling the bowl, drink ev'ry soul.
Name(s): Rosier, F. W. (Fitz William), composer
King, E., lyricist
Semmes, Raphael, 1809-1877, dedicatee
Geo. Dunn & Compy, lithographer
Type of Resource: notated music
Genre: Sheet Music
Copyright Date: 1864
Date Issued: 1864
Publisher: Geo. Dunn & Compy
Place of Publication: Richmond, Virginia
Extent: 4 pages
Identifier: FSUML-CSMC-H3294c2 (IID), Hoogerwerf 3294c2 (catalog number), Rivest 4 (catalog number)
Instrumentation: voice
mixed voices
Credit Line: Confederate Sheet Music Collection, courtesy of Warren D. Allen Music Library, The Florida State University
Note(s): "Respectfully Dedicated to the Gallant Captain Semmes, his Officers, and Crew, and to the Officers and Seamen of the C. S. Navy"
"P. Anna Willson" inscribed on cover page
Subject(s): Music -- Confederate States of America
Songs with piano
Semmes, Raphael, 1809-1877
Naval battles -- Songs and music
Sailors -- Confederate States of America -- Songs and music
Alabama (Screw sloop)
Library Classification: M2.3 .C61 C6
Held by: Warren D. Allen Music Library
Persistent Link to This Record:
Sublocation: Confederate Sheet Music Collection
Goodspeed Collection
Links: Link to Allen Music Library
Owner Institution: FSU