My Lover has Departed
Soprano solo by Alberto Bomboni, published by Schirmer.
Exact melody Bull. 45, No. 135; Chippewa and English words.
Soprano solo by Homer Grunn, published
Exact melody Bull. 45, No. 157; Words adapted from Chippewa by F. Densmore
In the Long Room of the Sea
Soprano solo by Charles Wakefield Cadman
Exact melody Bull. 45, No. 150. Words on different subject by
Nell Richmond Eberhart.
In the Fire's Glow
"Idealized" Chippewa melody
Piano solo by Horace Alden Miller, published by Brietkopf and Hartel.
Exact use of the first half of Bull. 53, No. 103.
Piano solo by Horace Alden Miller published by Brietkopf and Hartel.
Exact use of first half of Bull. 53, no. 103.
Song of the Trees
Soprano solo by Alberto Bimboni, published by Schirmer.
Chippewa melody, copy not available. Based on Bull. 45, No. 112.
A Chippewa Lament
Composition for symphonic band by Carl Busch, published in score by Ditson.
Exact melody Bulletin 45, No. 150.
Indian Tribal Melodies
Composed for string orchestra by Carl Busch, published in score by Carl Fisher.
A Chippewa Vision
Bull. 45, No. 196 (slight adaptation).
A Chippewa Love Song
Bull. 45, No. 136 (Exact melody)
A Chippewa Lullaby
Bull. 45, No. 149 (Exact melody)
Song of the Sun Dance
Soprano solo, by Alberto Bimboni, publisher by Schirmer
Based on Bull. 61, No. 22 (Sung by Sembrich; see scrapbook No. ?)
Soprano solo by Bimboni, pub. By
Schirmer, original Sioux melody not
Ho, Ye Warriors on the Warpath
Soprano solo by Charles W. Cadman; words by Nelle Richmond Eberhart.
"The melody was suggested by a Sioux theme identified by a Chippewa." Not
In the Vale of Nahwahtonah
Soprano solo by Thurlow :ieurance, also arranged for soprano solo and chorus. Published by Presser.
Words by Frances Densmore based on words of Bull. 61, No. 47.
Sioux Indian Rhapsody for Full Orchestra
By Heinrich Hammer.