Here's a beautiful & popular tune of the time, "Melody Of Love" by Hans Engelmann (1872-19140 - who emigrated from Germany to the US.
This is my idea of Parlor Music - based on what I've seen in old films.
"Melody of Love" - includes both, slow practice Violin play-along AND also the separate piano accompaniment play-along score (Strummi).
Geez, almost couldn't find where I stuck this thread!
Having a bit of a Cricket infestation on the forum right now... found an interesting song/waltz from 1884 by James E. Stewart, that is listed at the Library of Congress as being a popular song of that time - "The Cricket On The Hearth".
So, think it's a good Parlor tune prospect to try. Two pages, the lyrics are a little meloncholy and doesn't appear to be associated in any way with the Charles Dickens story or the fiddle tune. Includes piano accompaniment.
...I haven't tried it, yet.