|Title||Sheet music: Two-Step March. Composed by William Disch. Dedicated to Hoboken Quartette (sic) Club, Dec. 31, 1894.|
|Object Name||Music, Sheet|
|Collection||Hoboken Societies & Organizations Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Two-Step March. Composed by William Disch. Dedicated to Hoboken Quartette (sic) Club, Winner of the Mathushek Prize Piano. Presented by The "Observer," Hoboken, N.J., December 31, 1894, For the Most Popular Club in Hudson Co., N.J. Published by The Hoboken Printing and Publishing Co., Hoboken, N.J.; Oliver Ditson Company, New York, Boston, Philadelphia; Lyons & Healy, Chicago; Wm. Disch, 505 Washington Street, Hoboken, N.J.
Single folio, 11" x 14" high,  pp. plus front cover (rear cover missing.) PDF on file. Tiffs media archive.
"Quartett" was the preferred spelling used by this German musical heritage society, but it was commonly mispelled with the added 'e'. The Club was located at 1013-1019 Washington Street.
Page  has the 1895 copyright of William Disch for this piano music.
Advertisements inside front cover:
The Observer at 80 Washington St., "the Only Independent Democratic Daily in Hudson County."
Dr. H.J. Richter, Dentist, 306 Washington St., Hoboken. Notable copy includes prices for procedures.
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|Notes||Library of Congress has only only one on-line citation for Disch; a work done in 1880.|
Richter, Dr. H.J.
|Year Range from||1895|
|Year Range to||1895|
1013 Washington St.
1015 Washington St.
Hoboken Quartett Club
505 Washington St.
306 Washington St.
80 Washington St.
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