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A Treasury of STEPHEN FOSTER 1946

A Treasury of STEPHEN FOSTER 1946


A Treasury of Stephen Foster. Random House, U. S. A., 1946. Foreword by Deems Taylor. Historical notes by John Tasker Howard. Arrangements by Ray Lev and Dorothy Berliner Cimmins. Illustrated by William Sharp.


Here are fifty of Foster's best songs for singing and playing, tried and true favorites, melodies lovingly remembered by every American which belong forever to our national folklore.... 'My Old Kentucky Home'.... 'Oh! Susanna'....'Old Black Joe'.... 'Old Folks At Home', etc., arranged for piano. A frontispiece in four colors and forty-nine full page drawings in two colors by the talented William Sharp capture the mood of each song. 

Nice copy with solid binding, clean text and just mild wear. Jacket has rubbed edges and lt. wear. About 12 x 9 with 222 pages.


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