Buckley, Frederick 'Fred' 1833-16.sep.1864 England Lancashire, Bolton / 1839 USA Massachusetts, Boston - Boston (consumption)
violinist, mastering it aged 8, hence nicknamed Little Ole Bull and later Master Ole Bull (after the Norwegian violinist), 1842 violinist of the Congo Melodists, 1844 Buckley's Minstrels, 1846 New Orleans Serenaders organized by his father James Buckley (1803-27.apr.1872 Quincy) together with his brothers minstrel singers R Bishop Buckley (Bolton 1826-6.jun.1867 Quincy) and George Swayne Buckley (Bolton 1829-1879) ; 29.jan.1957 he married Fanny Brown but soon after divorced


1842-1844 at Tremont Theatre and the Tabernacle Boston, 8.jan.1845-nov.1847 Park Theatre New York, jul.1846-oct.1847 touring England, 1849 California, 1849-1850 New Orleans, sep.1849 at Samsom Street Hall and Masonic Hall Philadelphia, 1851 Mexico, 1852-jun.1853 San Francisco, 12.may.1853 arrived at New York from San Juan del Norte Nicaragua, jun.1853 settled in New York opening an opera house at the Chinese Rooms, 25.aug.1856-9.jan.1858 at Broadway, dec.1857 at Jayne's Hall Philadelphia, 1858-13.oct.1862 with vocalist Julia Gould at Allston Hall (Tremont Theatre) Boston, 21.mar.1860-1861 with Julia Gould (London c1826-) touring England, 1861 lodging in Derby with Mary Anne Bailey Hollins (Derby c1811-) and her son professor of music and musical instrument seller Joseph Henry Hollins (Derby 1839-1908 Derby), 22.dec.1862-3.jan.1863 with Julia Gould at Palace of Music New York, 5.jan.1863-31.jan.1863 at Stuyvesant Institute New York, 15.jun.1863-10.feb.1867 settled in Boston opening a new hall at Sumner Street

Title Parts


[] Buckley's melodies
pub Horace Waters, New York 1854
[] 1 - I have loved thee
[] 2 - Rosa May
[] 3 - Lilly White
[] 4 - Cornelia Cobb
[] Sally come up. Schottisch. Song
respectfully dedicated to Dave Reed
pub Russell & Patee, Tremont St., Boston 1867

[] Pensees nocturne. Guitar. op9
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston

[] Beautiful butterfly
pub Hopwood & Crew Ltd., London

[] Beautiful one
pub John F. Ellis & Co., Washington

[] Break it gently to my mother. War song chorus
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] Bring thy shattered heart to me
pub J. Williams Ltd., London

[] Come in and shut the door. Song with chorus
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston

[] Come where the moonbeams linger. Duet
pub Hopwood & Crew Ltd., London

[] Cottage by the sea. Song with guitar
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston

[] Dixey's land
pub J. Williams Ltd., London

[] Ella Leene. Song with guitar
pub in Popular vocal music 31, Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London

[] Far away. Song with guitar
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] From our homes boved ones are fading
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] Gaily through life we wander. Song with guitar
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] Great hen convention. Song and chorus
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston

[] Hen convention
pub Pitman, Hart & Co., London

[] Hopes gone by. Song with guitar
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] I'd choose to be a daisy. Song with guitar
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston
pub William A Pond & Co., New York
pub in Popular vocal music 33, Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London

[] I dream of thee
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston

[] I'm dreaming, ever dreaming
pub Hopwood & Crew Ltd., London

[] I'm dreaming, fondley dreaming
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] I'm turning grey dear Kate
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London

[] In dreams thou'rt near me (Far from thy side). Song with chorus
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] I see her still in my dreams. Song with guitar
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] I wait for thee (War is nearly over), Ansto "When tis cruel war is over". Song with chorus
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] Jessie Vane
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London

[] Joinville quadrille
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] Kiss me mother, ere I die. Song with chorus
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago
pub by De Boer, Netherlands in dutch as Moeder geef mij nog een kus. Met koor

[] Kiss me quick and go
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] Leaf by leaf the roses fall
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] The lily was the only flower
pub Hopwood & Crew Ltd., London

[] Little one that died
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London

[] Mabel Wilde. Song and chorus
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston

[] Mary Gray. Song with guitar
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] Oh! if I had someone to love me
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London

[] Old play ground. Song with guitar
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] Our Pastor. Song with guiatr
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] Poor man's grave
pub John F. Ellis & Co., Washington

[] Sad is my heart
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] Smiles of fleeting friendship
pub J. Williams Ltd., London

[] Softly falls the moonlight
pub J. Williams Ltd., London
pub by Boosey & Co., London for SATB in The Choralist 252

[] Somebody's courting somebody
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London

[] Speak to me with thy shining eyes
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

[] Stolen kisses are the sweetest
pub Edwin Ashdown Ltd., London

[] Tell me, is my father coming home? Song with chorus
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago
pub J. Williams Ltd., London

[] Traviata: Daylight is softly dying. Those pleasant days are gone. With guitar
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] Village maiden. Song with guitar
pub William A Pond & Co., New York

[] What could it mean?
pub G. W. Brainard & Co., Chicago

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