Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The bound manuscript music contains music in the hand of Eleanor Parke Custis, with a collection of miscellaneous pieces including the published score of "Love in a Village: A Comic Opera." Signed "Eleanor Parke Custis, February 25th 1797." The front cover contains the the number "1442" in the bottom left corner.
Blank book, leaves ruled for musical notation. Folio, bound in calf. Inscription on the flyleaf: "Martha Parke Custis March 1768" in the hand of George Washington. Contains holograph short musical pieces, some with texts in English, suitable for a beginning student, in two different hands, believed to be those of Martha Parke Custis and her teacher John Stadler.
The bound sheet music of twelve progressive lessons for the harpsichord, piano forte or organ, was owned by Eleanor Parke Custis. Also includes handwritten music and notes. The verso of the front cover includes an inscription, "Frances Parke Lewis 1814."
The bound sheet music was owned by Eleanor Park Custis, approximately 1786-1792. Includes multiple music publications that are bound together. Music was composed for various instruments such as violin and harpsichord, as well as voice.
Bound volume includes various sheet music bound together for use of Eleanor Parke Custis. Front cover contains the name "Eleaner P. Custis [sic]" embossed on leather. Includes "Trois Sonates a quatre mains pour clavecin ou piano forte," among others. Includes handwritten note at the end of the volume.
Bound volume belonged to Eleanor Parke Custis, whose name is embossed in leather on the cover as "Eleanor P. Custis." Includes multiple musical works bound together. Works are for instrument and voice, in Italian. Also contains a souvenir piece of a banner and a handwritten note.
Leather bound volume of sheet music. Includes a handwritten note on first page, "This music book was bound by ... Custis...", and is signed "Audley." The title page reads "Twelve Pieces for the Harpsichord or piano forte composed by Sig. Sterkel of Vienne."
Leather bound volume of sheet music and lyrics. Front conver contains the name "Eleanor P. Custis" embossed in red leather. There is a handwritten index in Italian. Also contains an unbound song titled "Highland Mary."
Includes sheet music of George Washington's time Bicentennial, Father of the the land we love Bicentennial
Includes sheet music of Carry me back to old virginny with the image of "Washington selects the site of the Nation's Capital", 1791. Includes sheet music of Hail to the chief with the image of "Washington across the Deleware, Christmas, 1776".
Mount Vernon March sheet music
Folio, modern binding of Robert Bremner's 'The Harpsichord or Spinnet Miscellany,' belonging to Martha Parke Custis. Inscription on recto or leaf following title page: "Martha Parke Custis January the 19 1769" and "Marta Parke Custis." Pages, full and partial, have been silked.