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Rock me to sleep Mother! / words by Florence Percy ; music by A. Von Smit.

Main Author: Von Smit, A.
Related Names: Allen, Elizabeth Akers 1832-1911.
Language(s): English
Published: Cincinnati (94 West Fourth St., Cincinnati) : A.C. Peters & Bro, ©1861.
Subjects: Allen, Elizabeth Akers, > 1832-911 > Musical settings.
Mothers > Songs and music.
Note: First line of poem: Backward, turn backward, O Time, in your flight.
First line of text: Backwards, turn backwards, oh, time in your flight.
From poem: Rock me to sleep / Elizabeth Akers Allen. Cf. Poems / by Elizabeth Akers. Boston : Ticknor & Fields, 1866, p. 190.
Caption title.
For voice and piano.
Physical Description: 1 score ([2], 3-5, [1] pages) ; 33 cm
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