Louis P. Goullaud

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Louis P. Goullaud (ca. 1839 – 1919) published and sold music in Boston, Massachusetts, in the 19th century.[1][2] In the 1860s he worked for "Koppitz, Pruefer & Co."[3] With Asa W. White and Edward W. White -- as the firm "White & Goullaud" -- he sold musical instruments and published sheet music (ca. 1869 – 1875).[4][5][6] Under his own imprint he issued sheet music and Goullaud's Monthly Journal of Music.[7][8] He retired ca.1886,[9] and died in 1919.

Published by Goullaud[edit]

  • Little Rosewood Casket. 1870[10][1]
  • The Dundreary Polka. Composed and inscribed to Mr. Sothern by Thomas Baker. 1872
  • Inman Line March. Composed by A.E. Warren. Respectfully Inscribed to William Inman Esq. 1872
  • The Little Frauds, Harrigan & Hart's Songs & Sketches. 1872
  • Thematic Catalogue of Popular Songs. 1872
  • Gentle Spring Waltz dedicated to Fanny Davenport. 1873
  • Lotta's Favorite Nocturne for piano by J. W. Turner. 1873
  • Johnny You're In Luck, Sung With Unbounded Success By "Bryants Minstrels." 1874
  • The Shaughraun Waltz by Thomas Baker. 1875
  • Fifth Avenue George, a Popular Song. Sung with unbounded applause by Tony Pastor. Written & Composed by J. P. Skelly. 1876
  • George H. Coes's Album of Music. 1876
  • Evangeline, Opera Bouffe. List of Original Music. Libretto by J. Cheever Goodwin. Music by Edward E. Rice. 1877
  • Songs of the Rice Surprise Party. 1880[11]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Louis P. Goullaud, Studio Building Music Store, 108 Tremont Street, Boston." Havard Register, 1880
  2. ^ "Louis P. Goullard Dead." The Music Trades (NY), Dec. 20, 1919
  3. ^ Boston Directory. 1869
  4. ^ Boston commercial directory for 1869
  5. ^ "White & Goulaud [sic] (A.W. and E.W. White, and L.P. Goulaud), music, 86 Tremont." Boston Directory. 1873
  6. ^ Boston Almanac. 1875
  7. ^ Boston Almanac. 1878
  8. ^ Rowell's American newspaper directory, 14th ed. NY: 1882
  9. ^ Christine Merrick Ayars (1937), Contributions to the art of music in America by the music industries of Boston, 1640 to 1936, New York: The H.W. Wilson company, OCLC 26107160 
  10. ^ Paul Kingsbury, ed. The encyclopedia of country music. Oxford University Press, 2004
  11. ^ Henry Petroski. The Toothpick: Technology and Culture. NY: Knopf, 2007

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