Hail Columbia. Philip Phile.
Hail Columbia

Hail Columbia

Boston, Mass. Oliver Ditson, 1852. Arranged by Petri. 3, [1] p.: music; 34 cm. This is number 18 in the series "The Young Pianist's Companion, A Selection of Popular Airs Arranged in the Easiest Manner as Duetts for the Piano Forte." 48 pieces from this series are listed on the title page. Printed by Weller & Greene. Published jointly with: New York: J.E. Gould & Co.; New Orleans: Tyler & Hewitt; Cleveland: S. Brainard; and Boston: C.C. Clapp & Co. Upper right-hand corner bears small round embossed stamp of S.P. Hinds, Newark, N.J. There is no date of publication given, but based on the street address used by Oliver Ditson (115 Washington St.) and the other publishers listed it was probably 1852. This contains a four-hand setting of the tune "Hail Columia" by Philip Phile, without the lyrics. In Good+ Condition: disbound; some soiling and foxing; 2-cm. (3/4-inch) tear from fore-edge of each leaf with old repair; approx. 1-cm. tear from lower edge of each leaf with old repair; a few pencilled fingerings; otherwise solid. Good +. Item #000896

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