Jenny Lind

Johanna Maria Lind (6 October 1820 – 2 November 1887), better known as Jenny Lind, was a Swedish opera singer, often known as the "Swedish Nightingale". One of the most highly regarded singers of the 19th century, she performed in ...
Souvenirs des concerts de Jenny Lind, op. 14
1850, monographic. (xxu) 1850
Chouquet, et al.
Take this lute, ballad
Firth, Pond and Co. (nyu) 1850
Benedict, et al.
Jenny Lind's greeting to America
S. C. Jollie (nyu) 1850
Benedict, et al.
The bird and the maiden
S. C. Jollie (nyu) 1850
Lind, et al.
Hermit and the maiden
Firth, Pond and Co. (nyu) 1850
Lind, et al.
The herdsman's song = Herde sn̄g
S. C. Jollie (nyu) 1850
Ahlstrom, et al.
The Swedish nightingale waltz
Sidney Pearson (nyu) 1850
Salut a la France, with brilliant variations
Lee and Walker (pau) 1855
Grobe, et al.
Jenny Lind's gipsey song
William Hall and Son (nyu) 1852
Dressler, et al.
Jenny Lind polka with variations, op. 42
William Hall and Son (nyu) 1852
Dressler, et al.
Comin' thro' the rye, Scotish ballad
A. Fiot (pau) 1852
Lind, et al.
The gipsey's song from the opera Vielka, or, The camp of Silesia
William Hall and Son (nyu) 1852
Lind, et al.