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Title
Old black Joe : song & chorus / written & composed by Stephen C. Foster
Creator
Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864
Composer
Bryant, Dan, 1833-1875
Other
Date Created and/or Issued
1860
Publication Information
Wm. A. Pond & Co
New York (25 Union Square, New York)
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library
Collection
California Sheet Music
Rights Information
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Description
For voice, piano, and chorus (SAB).
Cover title.
At head of title: 'Ten thousand copies sold.'
Advertisements for other songs: p. [6].
Cover illustration: lithograph of old Black man reading to white girl, captioned "Dan Bryant."
First line of text: Gone are the days when my heart was young and gay.
First line of chorus: I'm coming, I'm coming.
Bound: No
Variant: No
Illustrated cover: Yes
Advertisements: Yes
San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum.
Type
image
Extent
1 score ([3], 4, [2] p.) : ill. ; 33 cm.
Identifier
csm_cubanc_54_1_00167422
Subject
African Americans--Songs and music
Death songs

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