Piano. Twelve scores in total, including: two editions of Kotzwara's The Battle of Prague (one with a very attractive engraved battle scene on the cover); Steibelt's Storm Rondo (with an attractive engraved stormy scene on the cover); a sonata by Haydn; an arrangement of the overture to Kreutzer's Lodoiska; three arrangements of music by Gelinek, Braham, and Corri; a copy each of The Copenhagen Waltz and Scotts! Wha Hae Wi' Wallace Bled; and two early publications from the firm's first decade: "The Blue Bell of Scotland", arranged by Adam Geib (c. 1817), and "The Marquis de La Fayette's Grand March" (c. 1824).
Also included with the piano scores is the Marseilles Hymn by Geore Geib, published by Bourne in New York, c. 1830.
Additional notes on condition: Corri arrangement quite rumpled at margins with chips at bottom; Moore's "Oh! Remember the Time" with detached pages and closely trimmed margins, affecting staves but not notes; Nathan's "My Life I Love You" with small plastic tag repair at right margin of cover.