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My Southern Sunny Home ! :  A Beautiful Song with Chorus Ad Lib, Sheet Music, 1864, Hays, William S. (Will)

Author Name    Hays, William S. (Will)

Title   My Southern Sunny Home ! : A Beautiful Song with Chorus Ad Lib, Sheet Music, 1864

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Very Good+

Edition   Fifth Edition

Publisher   New Orleans, La: A. E. Blackmar; 1864

Seller ID   5656

6 pages; Folio (13.5") 35 cm; Sheet Music; Song for solo (2 verses) and 4-part chorus. Publisher's complete catalog on rear page. Original sheet music from 1864, not a reprint. ; Dedicated to Miss Sue A. Covington. Song of pathos: 'Dear Mother, I've come home to die, in my Southern sunny, sunny home'. ; Tiny chips and holes on left edge. No other flaws.

Music  Popular  Music  ;  Sheet  Music  ;  19th  Century  ;  1860s  ;  Ephemera  ;  Image  ;  Southern  US  ; 

Price = 10.00 USD


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