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Author Name    McFarland, Ollie, and John W. Pritchard >>

Title   Afro-America Sings

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Fair with no dust jacket

Publisher   Detroit: Public Schools; 1971

Illustrator   Illustrated by Carl Owens

Seller ID   20188

198 pages; 4to (11.5") 30 cm; Tall hardcover, yellow cloth, [xvi] + 182 pages, several b/w photos and brief bios of Afro-American musical performers, 72 songs with tunes, lyrics, and full piano, some also with multiple voice parts. ; Topics: Songs of Africa. West Indian songs. Spirituals. Blues. Work songs. Fun songs. Art songs. More. ; Published for Detroit Public Schools by Board of Education, Department of Musical Education. Senior editor Ollie McFarland. Editorial director John W. Pritchard. Committee LaVilla Tullos Wilburn, William Koerper, Elmer W. McDaid, Charles J. Wolfe, Norman Drachler, others. Illustrated by Carl Owens, Martin Kallman, James Jennings. ; One of the best books of African-American songs ever published. ; We have graded this item Fair. Moderate exterior wear. A few juvnile scribbles and endpaper stamps. Main defect: one leafe has a small hole affecting photo of Ollie McFarland and two notes of piano accompaniment of one song. Otherwise book is intact and everything readable. Sold as is.

Price = 15.00 USD


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