ALKNOMOOK. G. Gilfert. New York. [1799-1801]
The Death Song of the Cherokee Indians.  leaf.
DEATH SONG OF AN INDIAN CHIEF, THE. Thomas & Andrews. Boston. 1791
Inserted at p. 186 of THE MASSACHUSETTS MAGAZINE. March. 1791. [ [Taken from OUABI, an Indian Tale, in Four Cantos, by Philenia, a Lady of Boston.] ] Set to Musick by Mr. Hans Gram, of Boston. At head of title: [First line of the song] "Rear'd midst the war-empurpled Plain, &c."  leaf, printed on both sides.
¶ The first printed orchestral score in America. With words.
TALACOY. J. Hewitt. New York. [1799-1800]
An Indian Ballad as Sung in the Algerine Corsair. Price 25 Cents.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
TAMMANY QUICK STEP. Hewitt. New York. [ca. 1808]
(See under "Early Music.")
YARRIMORE. Carr & Co. Philadelphia. 1794
An Indian Ballad. Price 20 Cents. At head of title: No. 5. Feb. 3. 1794.  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
¶ Music published before 1800 rarely bears year-date and in only a few instances the day and month.