Favorite Mountain Ballads and Old Time Songs: 50 songs.
Very Good: clean, straight, almost unmarked (see tiny notation jotting at top left of front cover, barely visible, in photo); pages fine. Folio Paperwraps, 9x12" tall, 64 pp. 50 songs, mainly traditional with some modern pop songs added; Sleepyhead; Sourwood Mountain; Barney McCoy; I Love Little Willie; Utah Carroll; Jackaroo; Careless Love; Paddle Your Own Canoe; The Little Shirt that Mother Made For Me; etc. Words music and chords. . N° de réf. du libraire 663415
Titre : Favorite Mountain Ballads and Old Time Songs...
Éditeur : Southern Music Publishing Co., 1937
Date d'édition : 1937
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