Item #010121 Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders, Nine Songs and a Set of Cotillions
Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders, Nine Songs and a Set of Cotillions

Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders, Nine Songs and a Set of Cotillions

Philadelphia and New York: E. Ferrett & Co., 1845. Sheet_music. [16] p.: music; 32 cm. Removed from a volume of sheet music published from 1825 to 1850 with former owner's name on the front: "E. C. K. Seymour." In pencil on 2 pages: Annie Baily Carrigan. No date of publication; the publisher was at 68 S. 4th St., Philadelphia, the address in the imprint, only in 1845. The Ethiopian Serenaders, an American blackface minstrel troupe, were active in the 1840s and 1850s. Contents: Dandy Jim of Caroline -- Miss Lucy Long -- Boatman's Dance -- Old Dan Tucker -- My Old Aunt Sally -- Miss Lucy Neale, or the Yellow Gal -- The Old Gray Goose -- Going Ober e Mountain -- 'Twill Neber Do to Gib It Up So -- The Virginia Minstrels' Cotillions. In Good Condition: front and p. [13] are stained; foxing throughout but otherwise clean and solid. Good. Item #010121

Price: $250.00

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