Chant du Nord by Winslow Lewis Hayden is a piece of romance that even is dedicated to a lady.
The piece is slightly more difficult than the bulk of his repertoire. I have added something else: A G on the sixth string in, for example, bars 12, 30 and 61 sounds a lot better than the single E and D string originally written there. I think that Hayden deliberately did that, it is a stretch between the G on the third fret and the B on the seventh, but it can be done with practice, the tempo of the piece is not very high.
This piece plays nicely away as a typical example of an American romantic piece in which both southern and northern turns occur.