Composer: T. B. Bishop
John Church Jr., 66 West Fourth St., Cincinnati
O. Ditson & Co., Boston
Balmer & Weber, St. Louis
W. A. Pond & Co., New York
C.W.A. Trumpler, Philadelphia
Lyon & Healy, Chicago

Music Printer: Wrightson & Co., Printers, 167 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio

Entered according to Act of Congress, A. D. 1865, by John Church Jr. in the Clerk's office of the Southern District Court of Ohio

T. Brigham Bishop, primarily a composer of sentimental songs which have not survived, also wrote the little known war song, ABRAHAM THE GREAT AND GENERAL GRANT HIS MATE, (a combination he was sure would win the war for the North).

LEAF BY LEAF THE ROSES FALL is sadly sentimental and mirrors the times following the war. The third verse in particularly poignant:
"Some sweet hope to gladness wed,
That will spring afresh and new,
When grief's winter shall have fled,
Giving place to rain and dew;
Some sweet hope that breathes of spring
Through the weary, weary, time,
Budding for it's blossoming,
In the spirit's glorious clime."

Other songs by T. B. Bishop:
Departed Friends
Moon Behind the Hill
Moss Grown Cot
Sweet Mary Lee
Guitar Songs and Pieces:
Banjo Polka
Bonnie Doon
Coquette Polka
Dawn Waltz
Ever of Thee
Gentle Hallie
Now The Early Morn
Old Mountain Tree
Russian March
Gentle Nettie Moore
Home of My Heart
I Have Something Sweet To Tell
I'm a Merry Laughing Girl
I Wandered by the Brookside
Mrs. Hopkins
My Heart and Lute
Not For Gold or Precious Stones
Over the Summer Sea
Sultan's Polka
Woodland Waltz

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