The Pacer, Medley Overture (Witmark, 1907)
The Ruler, Medley Overture (Witmark, 1908)
The Master, Medley Overture (Witmark, 1909)
Edward Meeker sings They All Take Off Their Hats to Mr. Murphy
The King, Medley Overture (Witmark, 1910)
Recorded by Edward M. Favor on Victor B-8963 but not found
The Surprise, Medley Overture (Witmark, 1911)
Recorded by Elizabeth Wheeler on Victor B-10834 but not found
Due to time limitations of early recordings, some tunes included in O'Hare's orchestra and band scores of The Surprise, as well as in his piano roll arrangement, are not included on the record.
The Delight, Medley Overture (Witmark, 1912)
Recorded by Ada Jones and Walter Van Brunt on Columbia A1176 but not found
O'Hare's piano roll arrangement of The Delight
Tip-Top, Medley Overture (Witmark, 1913)
Songs of America (Witmark, 1913)
Town Talk, Medley Overture (Witmark, 1914)
Hymns of the Sabbath (Witmark, 1914)
Performance advice appearing before the opening of the violin part below attests to O'Hare's experience as violinist, pianist, organist, and choir master. Whether a director wishes to use the full medley or a single hymn from the medley, whether piano, organ, or neither would accompany the violins, or whether "Amens" might be wanted during a church performance but unwanted at another venue, O'Hare offers suggestions for the best possible result.
Fantasy on the Anthems of the Allied Nations (Boston Music Company, 1918)
Since no one was sure which way Russia would go, O'Hare's medley arrangement of national anthems includes instructions for omitting the Russian national anthem.
Background graphic, top of page: Witmark building, c. 1903