This sheet music selection is from 1919. Words and music by Harold Robe. A tear at the bottom and a quarter size chunk out of the spine. Music not affected. Color on the music cover still sharp. Cover depicts a stormy sea scape.
This music book is offered for purchase as a USED music instruction book for clarinet published by Belwin Mills Copyright 1963, the title is First Division Band Course First Divisin Band Method for the development of an outstanding band program. It has some Pepsi and Golden Duster stickers on the front cover and shows some wear/tear/fray on edges and back which would be normal for a student practice book. There does NOT appear to be any notations in the book and no pages missing. The book has... Click for details
Wonderful full cover photo of the Three Dennis Sisters. Music and lyric by Ed. Cameron and Buddy Fields. All intact. Good condition with the exception of 2 tears on the spine that would not be noticeable if framed.Great crisp color.
Deco cover art by Perret. Average condition. Corner off and a rip on the bottom. Priced accordingly. Would frame nicely and these small flaws would not show. Words by Raymond Klages, and music by Billy Fazioli.
Great piece of sheet music from the Zigfeld Follies 1919. Cover photos introducing Van & Schenck. Words by Lew Brown & Eddie Buzzell. Music by Albert Von Tilzer. Nice Art Noveau artwork.Great condition too.
Nice copy of the music selection reintroduced in 1942 by Kate Smith. Originally published in 1917. Lyric by Kim Gannon, and music by Frank Weldon. WWII music.Kate Smith cover photo. IM-HO cover artisrty. Very good condition.
Pretty deco girl on the cover of this 1927 music selection. Nice condition other than a handwritten name by the original owner of the music. Small tear at the bottom. Song with a ukulele arangement. Music and lyric by Vilma, Banky
Deco art cover frm 1926. Cover inset photo by featured organist Arthur T. Pugsley. Words and music by Joe Verges,Henri Therrien, and Irwin Leclaire. Very good condition with the exception of one rip on the lower right. Not noticeable if framing.