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Secondary Scholarship | 1993
Transcription 11. Tawa, 29-32.


12. Hitchcock, 68-69.


13. Tawa, 22-24.


14. Ibid., 3-4.


15. Located through earlier research by James Kibler in The Poetry of
William Gilmore Simms: An Introduction and Bibliography.


16. His name appears in announcements of recitals in the Courier through
1861.


17. Quoted in John Joseph Hindman, Concert Life in Antebellum

Charleston (Ann Arbor: University Microfilm, 1972), 171.


18. Ibid, 171-72.


19. See Julia Eldund Koza's article "Music and the Feminine Sphere:

Images of Women as Musicians in Godey's Lady's Book, 1830-1877," Musical

Quarterly (Summer 1991), 75:2.


20. Tawa, 77-78.


21. Ibid., 78.


22. Ibid.


23. Biographical information on Freer can be found in Phyllis Bruce's

article, "Eleanor Everest Freer" in The New Grove Dictionary of American Music

(New York: Grove's Dictionaries of Music, 1986).


24. All three musical settings by Corina are scheduled to appear in a

future volume of The Simms Review and will not be discussed in detail in this

article.