A treasury of Stephen Foster / foreword by Deems Taylor ; historical notes by John Tasker Howard ; arrangements by Ray Lev and Dorothy Berliner Commins ; illustrated by William Sharp.

Author
Foster, Stephen Collins, 1826-1864 [Browse]
Uniform title
Format
Musical score
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Random House, [1946], ©1946.
Description
1 score (222 pages) : color illustrations, portrait ; 31 cm

Details

Subject(s)
Writer of accompanying material
Arranger of music
Illustrator
Notes
For 1-4 voices and piano.
Contents
  • Open thy lattice love
  • Oh! Boys, carry me 'long
  • Hard times come again no more
  • Ellen Bayne
  • Oh! Susanna
  • Away down souf
  • Lou'siana belle
  • Old Uncle Ned
  • My brudder Gum
  • Nelly was a lady
  • Oh! Lemuel!
  • Camptown races
  • Angelina Baker
  • Nelly Bly
  • Ring de banjo
  • Laura Lee
  • My hopes have departed forever
  • Old folks at home
  • Willie my brave
  • My old Kentucky home, good night
  • Massa's in de cold ground
  • Old dog Tray
  • Jeanie with the light brown hair
  • Little Jenny Dow
  • Willie we have missed you
  • Come where my love lies dreaming
  • Comrades, fill no glass for me
  • Gentle Annie
  • The glendy burk
  • Old Joe Black
  • Down among the cane breaks
  • That's what's the matter
  • We are coming Father Abraam, 300,000 more
  • Willie has gone to war
  • Our bright summer days are gone
  • Beautiful dreamer
  • Dearer than life!
  • Ah! May the red rose live alway
  • Once I loved thee, Mary dear --
  • The village maiden
  • Under the willow tree she's sleeping
  • Why have my loved ones gone?
  • I will be true to thee
  • Why, no one to love --Some folks
  • Sweetly she sleeps, my Alice fair
  • I would not die in springtime
  • If you've only got a moustache
  • Mr. & Mrs. Brown
  • Wilt thou be gone, love?.
LCCN
46007218
OCLC
398063
RCP
C - S
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