Description: Early 12pc sheet music: Marches, Americana and Sweetheart music: G.H. Chirwin's The Blind Boy 1892; Justin Clerice's Le Pilou-Pilou, 1907; A. Holzmann The Great American March Smoky Mokes.
From the personal collection of Maestro Raymond Leppard (1927-2019).
The Bard, A Pindaric Ode by Thomas Gray, Set to music for BAss, Solo, Chorus and Orchestra by C. Villers Stanford, Boosey & Co, 1895
Francis, Day & Hunter, No. 16 Sixpenny Popular Edition, The Blind Boy, Written by R. Lee, Composed by G.W. Moore, Sung by H. H. Chirgwin, London, 1892.
Le Plus Grand Succes du Baltabarin, Le Pilou-Pilou, New Dance pour Piano, Par Justin Clerice, Theorie de Eugenio, Paris, 1907. (Cover is loose).
Poor Old Joe, The Popular Song & Chorus, Sung by Christy's Minstrels, at St. James Hall, Composed by S.C. Foster (1826-18640, C. Sheared, London.
Feldman's 6D Edition, As performed by "Sousa" and All the Leading Bands, The Great American March Smoky Mokes by A. Holzmann, London, B. Feldman.
Feldman's 6D Edition, No. 591, On The Mississippi, Words by Ballard Macdonald, Music by Carroll and Fields, Sung by Miss Kitty Colyer, London, 1910.
The Spaniard that Blighted My Life, Written Composed and Sung By Billy Merson, London, Francis, Day & Hunter, 1911. (One of Al Jolson's first hits).
I'll Be Your Sweetheart or "Bluebells," Words & Music by Harry, Dacre, London, Frank Dean & Co, 1899.
That's what God made Mothers for. Written and Composed by Leo Wood, Sung by The Two Rascals. London, Francis, Day & Hunter, 1919.
The Greek National Anthem, Music by N. Mantzaros, Novello and Company, 1918.
A Little Kiss Each Morning (A Little Kiss Each Night), Words & Music by Harry Woods, The Rudy Vallee Theme Song Success from the Ideal-Radio Picture "The Vagabond Lover," 1929.
Dancing with Tears in My Eyes, Song Waltz, By the Writers of "Tip-Toe Thro The Tulips With Me," Featured by Rudy Vallee, Words by Al Dubin, Music by Joe Burke, 1930.
Wear loss and staining as shown.
14"H x 10 1/2"W
Dimensions: 14"H x 10 1/2"W