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new york stateVictorian Pride - Favorite Songs of New York State
by the George Bailey Orchestra

available as CD or digitally on iTunes

Imagine the sound of music that New York Staters listened to over 150 years ago. We can hear that same music today, thanks to the George Bailey Orchestra. Third in a series of historic American hometown sheet music albums -- "Belles of Buffalo Polka" 1855, "Binghamton March" 1855, "Buffalo City Cadet March" 1877, "Cayuga Mazurka" 1874, "Chenango Polka" 1879, "Duchess of Albany" 1883, "Elmira Schottish" 1856, "Life on the Susquehanna" 1882, "Little Barefoot Waltzes" (Elmira), "Memories of Chautauqua" 1885, "Moonlight on the Catskills" 1883, "Niagara Schottish "1852, "Oak-Leaf Schottisch" (Binghamton), 1879, "Oneida Polka," 1857, "Poughkeepsie Polka" 1853, "Rochester New City Hall March" 1874, "Susquehanna Waltz" 1845, "The Belle of Saratoga" 1871, "Tioga Schottishe" 1873, "Twilight Reverie" (Yonkers) 1883, "Utica French Academy March" 1851, "Vale of the Canisteo" 1875

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upstate new yorkVictorian Pride - Forgotten Songs of Upstate New York
by the George Bailey Orchestra

Available as a CD or as MP3 version

Second in a series of historic American hometown sheet music CDs from New York History Review record label.
Songs include "Adirondack March," "Duchess of Albany Gavotte," "Belles of Buffalo Polka," "Memories of Chautauqua," "Bells Across the Hudson," "Newburgh Centennial March," " Niagara Schottisch," "Oneida Polka," "Poughkeepsie Polka," "The Belle of Saratoga," " Tonawanda Quickstep," and "Yonkers Twilight Reverie." All songs included in the book Victorian Pride - Forgotten Songs of Upstate New York.


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central new yorkVictorian Pride - Forgotten Songs of Central New York Music CD
by the George Bailey Orchestra

Available as a CD or as MP3 version

First in a series of historic hometown sheet music CDs on the New York History Review record lable. This CD heralds the songs written in or about Elmira, Binghamton, Ithaca, Canisteo, Chenango, Tioga, Rochester, Syracuse and Utica in central New York. The songs on this CD are a different and unique type of history - when you hear them, you feel an instant connection with the composer. You are instantly transported back in time. The songs here date from 1841 to 1885 and are beautifully mastered by the George Bailey Orchestra. Seventeen songs on album including "Little Barefoot Waltzes," "Elmira Schottisch," "The Binghamton March," "Canisteo Polka," "Rochester New City Hall March," "Vale of the Canisteo," and "Margery." Over 45 minutes. All songs included in the book Victorian Pride - Forgotten Songs of Central New York.

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christmas songs A Pretty Good Christmas Album
by the George Bailey Orchestra

available as CD or digitally on iTunes

From the George Bailey Orchestra. Songs include Jingle Bells, Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, Ave Maria, Silent Night, It Came Upon A Midnight Clear, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, Joy to the World, What Child is This?, I Saw Three Ships, In the Bleak Midwinter, The Holly and the Ivy, Carol of the Bells, I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks, Adeste Fideles, Away in a Manger.

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world war one songsComing soon........
Albert's Songs of The Great War
by the George Bailey Orchestra

will be available as CD or digitally on iTunes

Carl Albert Janowski was in the 309th Company, 78th Division (the Lightning Division) out of Elmira, New York during World War I.

Songs include "Over There, ""We Don't Want the Bacon, What We Want is a Piece of the Rhine," "In Flanders Fields The Poppies Grow,""I Didn't Raise My Boy to be a Soldier," "Pack Up Your Troubles in an Old Kit Bag," "Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here," "Goodbye Broadway, Hello France," "How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm," "Keep the Home Fires Burning," and probably more.




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