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Title
I'm happy, my baby's come to town! / arr. by H. H. Thiele ; words and music by Barney Fagan
Creator
Fagan, Barney, 1850-1937
Composer
Thiele, H. H
Arranger
Orpheum Theatre (San Francisco, Calif.)
Other
Date Created and/or Issued
c1896
Publication Information
Sol Bloom
Chicago
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Jean Gray Hargrove Music Library
Collection
California Sheet Music
Rights Information
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Description
For voice and piano.
Caption title.
"A catchy Coon song by Barney Fagan, as sung by Fagan at the Orpheum"--ill. t.p.
First line of text: In the papers you peruse.
First line of chorus: Thar may be others like my baby.
Record created as part of the California Sheet Music Project.
Bound: No
Variant: No
Illustrated cover: Yes
Advertisements: No
California Historical Society.
Type
image
Format
Portraits.
Lithographs.
Extent
1 score ([4] p.) : ill. ; 21 x 27 cm.
Identifier
csm_cubanc_54_1_00166088
Subject
Songs with piano
African Americans in popular culture--Songs and music
Entertainers
Portraits
Lithographs

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