A Treasury of Stephen Foster

A Treasury of Stephen Foster


222 pgs. Good to Very Good hardcover, green boards, red cloth spine. General wear to cloth and boards at edges and corners, lettering to spine somewhat faded, rubbing to paper edges and shallow scuffing of boards. Binding sound, internally clean and unmarked. Contents: Foreword by Deems Taylor, Stephen Collins Foster by John Tasker Howard, Open Thy Lattice Love, Oh! Boys Carry Me 'Long, Hard Times Come Again No More, Ellen Bayne, Oh! Susanna, Away Down Souf, Lou'siana Belle, Old Uncle Ned, My Brudder Gum, Nelly Was a Lady, Oh! Lemuel!, Camptown Races, Angelina Baker, Nelly Bly, Ring De Banjo, Laura Lee, My Hopes Have Departed Forever, Old Folks at Home, Willie My Brave, My Old Kentucky Home Good Night, Massa's in De Cold Ground, Old Dog Tray, Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair, Little Jennie Dow, Willie We Have Missed You, Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming, Comrades Fill No Glass For Me, Gentle Annie, The Glendy Burk, Old Black Joe, Down Amongthe Cane Brakes, That's What's The Matter, We Are Coming Father Abraam 300,000 More, Willie Has Gone to War, Our Bright Summer Days Are Gone, Beautiful Dreamer, Dearer Than Life!, Ah! May The red Rose Live Alway, Once I Loved Thee Mary Dear, The Village Maiden, Under the Willow She's Sleeping, Why Have My Loved Ones Gone?, I Will Be True To Thee, Why No One to Love?, Some Folks, Sweetly She Sleeps My Alice Fair, I Would Not Die In Springtime, If You've Only Got a Moustache, Mr. & Mrs. Brown, Wilt Thou Be Gone Love? Book#2521.

Title: A Treasury of Stephen Foster

Author: Deems Taylor, John Tasker Howard, Ray Lev, Dorothy Berliner Commins [Stephen Foster]

Categories: Gift Ideas, First Editions, History, The Arts, Art, Illustrators, Biography and Autobiography, Non-Fiction, Text and Reference Books, Poetry, Drama, Verse, Essays,

Edition: First Printing

Publisher: New York, Random House, 1946

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good to Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 4to - 9¾ Inches-12 inches tall

Seller ID: 2521

Keywords: Stephen Collins Foster, A Treasury of Stephen Foster, Deems Taylor, John Tasker Howard, Ray Lev, Dorothy Berliner Commins, Music, Folk Song, History of Folk Song, Lyrics, American Folk Music, Blues, Blackface, Southern and Plantation Life, Folk Art, Minstrel Music, Minstrel Song, Parlour Music, Civil War, Plantation Era, Folksong, Negro Spiritual, Slavery, Biography,