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All She'd Say Was Umh-Hum :   (Sheet Music, 1920) Van and Schenck's Terrific Hit in the Fourteenth Edition of Ziegfeld Follies, Emery, Mac, with King Zany, Van, and Schenck

Author Name    Emery, Mac, with King Zany, Van, and Schenck

Title   All She'd Say Was Umh-Hum : (Sheet Music, 1920) Van and Schenck's Terrific Hit in the Fourteenth Edition of Ziegfeld Follies

Binding   Softcover

Book Condition   Good+

Publisher   N. Y. : Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Company; 1920

Illustrator   Illustrated by Albert Barbelle

Seller ID   7980

5 pages; 4to (12") 31 cm; Sheet Music; Humorous love song with tune, lyrics, full piano in standard notation. ; Crown chipped. Owner name on front in old ink. Pages a bit yellowed from age. Otherwise only very light wear.

Music  Ziegfeld  Follies  ;  Sheet  Music  ;  Novelty  Items  ;  Humor  ;  Albert  Barbelle  ;  Image  ; 

Price = 10.00 USD


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