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  1. Ararg Reply

    “Sheet music” specifically refers to the scores of individual songs that are arranged for the voice and the piano. As their name suggests, they were published on a single piece of paper. Music scores were occasionally published as well for novelty instruments like the guitar, the accordion, or .

  2. Dugami Reply

    The item Stephen Foster: immortal melodies, edited by Hugo Frey, (sheet music) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Public Libraries of Suffolk County, New York.

  3. Shaktile Reply

    In total compositions which highlight the brilliance of Foster. There is an introduction that is a brief overview of the life and times of Stephen Foster. And there are a couple of special sections at the end. Appendix I is a musical tribute called “Lullaby” by Percy Grainger to Stephen Foster’s song “Camptown Races.”Reviews: 9.

  4. Meziktilar Reply

    ( - Richard P. Condie, director - Columbia MS ) ** - Tracks 1, , , and were reissued on the Sony CD "SONGS OF THE CIVIL WAR AND STEPHEN FOSTER FAVORITES" Side 1 Ring The Banjo (Stephen Foster) Open Thy Lattice, Love (Stephen Foster) Oh! Susanna (Stephen Foster) Old Folks At Home (Swanee River) (Stephen Foster).

  5. Mar Reply

    $ / Composed by Stephen Foster (). Songbook for voice, piano and guitar chords. 96 pages. Published by Hal Leonard.

  6. Gozil Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Songs By Stephen Foster, Volume II on Discogs. Label: Nonesuch - H • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Classical, Folk, World, & Country •/5(3).

  7. Zujinn Reply

    The songs on Volume 1 are all included on the CD. Here are the missing songs from Volume 2. Some of them are Stephen Foster classics, so you may want to track down the LP. The Voice of By Gone Days My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night Larry's Good Bye Come With Thy Sweet Voice Again Hard Times Come Again No More Village Bells Polka (piano solo)/5(14).

  8. Julkree Reply

    Dec 31,  · I love the eclectic song selection. "Hard Times Come Again No More" is the same song that Mavis Staples covered so well on the Stephen Foster tribute album, and Peyroux's version compares favorably. Secular Hymns is so named because it was recorded in a 12th-century church located in the rural English village of Little Milton. When Peyroux.

  9. Nakus Reply

    THIS IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY!. Manufactured By Miller International Company Media, PA or Runnemede, NJ Also issued under the ALSHIRE Label Record label mogul David L. Miller came to prominence by releasing the first Bill Haley & the Comets records in ´53 on Essex label - followed by Trans-World, then ldinsisinymemnamarmesuvastlerbman.coinfo this capacity Miller played a role in the .

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