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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8199 9055
Name: 
Loder, E. I.
Loder, E. J.
Loder, Edward
Loder, Edward I.
Loder, Edward J.
Loder, Edward James
Loder, Edward James (Mr)
Loder, Edward T.
Dates: 
1813-1865
Creation class: 
cre
Notated music
Text
Creation role: 
author
Related names: 
Bush, Geoffrey (co-author)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Lemon, Mark (1809-1870)
McKinlan
Mrs. Henri Drayton
Odd Fellow's Hall (Washington, D.C.)
Polkinhorn's Steam Printing Office
Serle, Thomas James (1798-1889)
Soane, George (1790-1860)
Temperley, Nicholas (1932-)
Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Andalusian. Meet me 'neath the trysting tree
As one who on a foreign strand
brave old oak, 18--:, The
Columbus, 185-?:
Covenanters, The : a Scotch ballad opera, in two acts
Deer stalkers. I ne'er shall hear his voice again
Eliza's flight. -
English songs, 1800-1860 [for voice and piano]
Favorite songs and ballads
For a few nights only, Drayton's Parlor Operas and Lyric Proverbs
Foresters. In summer's cot
Francis the First. Bright days of the past
Francis the First. Woman's love!
Loder, Edward. - c
night dancers, 1846:, The
Oh merrily one morn I heart the pealing bells
overture to the opera of The foresters performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden, The : arranged for the piano forte and dedicated to his friend J.W. Davison
peasant's bride ballad, The
Raymond and Agnes.
Robin Goodfellow. When in happier days we wandered
rose that all are praising, The
Sonata, flute, piano
[Sonaten, Fl Kl Es-Dur]. - c
song for the oak, A
Theater playbill for Mr. & Mrs. Henri Drayton in "Never Judge by Appearances" and "Diamond Cut Diamond" at Odd-Fellows' Hall, Washington, D.C. March 12, 1860.
Widow queen. Free as the wind
Winds of ev'ning gently move
Notes: 
Sources: 
VIAF B2Q DNB LC N6I
BOWKER
NTA