Title format: [PDF/JPG tag] Composer's surname, forename - op.xx/xx Title - tags (if known)
e.g. [PDF] Albeniz, Isaac - op.47 Sevilla
or [PDF] Quantz, J. J. - op.02/02 Duetto - Duo (For more than one forename, just give initials.)
or [PDF] Anon. - Packington's Pound (Use Anon. for all anonymous or traditional pieces.) Username may replace Composer's surname and forename for your own compositions.
For Giuliani the opus number should be 3 digits (op.048) and for Bach the BWV number should be 4 digits (BWV 0820).
For more details see instructions here.
are there any familiar connections
with W. L. Hayden?
Hayden’s compositions for guitar, numbering nearly a thousand, ran regularly in the principal
Banjo Mandolin and Guitar magazines. Despite his drowning death in 1886 (see Stewart’s 3/12 [October–November
1886]: 2), solos and duos by Hayden and his daughter, Carrie, ran through the 1920s. His “Elsie
Waltzes” appeared in Crescendo 25/5 (March 1933).
(GUITAR in AMERICA, Victorian Era to Jazz Age by Jeffrey J. Noonan)
Thank you, Marieh. Another enterprising piece from this prolific source, with interesting key changes. I wonder whether Folwell and his daughter were writing for public dances or for parlour recitals. Their music has an intimate, domestic feel.