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My Bark Canoe (indian Love Song), Blickfelt, Fredrik E. (Music by) with Ojibwa Indian Words (translated)
1 Blickfelt, Fredrik E. (Music by) with Ojibwa Indian Words (translated) My Bark Canoe (indian Love Song)
London, England Cary & Co. 1930 Sheet Music Good 
Oversized sheet music. The covers have ground-in dirt, some toning to the spine joints and some light edge wear and nicking. The spine has large tears. There is a previous owner's inked name on the front cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Hallelujah I'm A Bum, Calumet Music Co. Tex Fletcher, Nick Manoloff
2 Calumet Music Co. Tex Fletcher, Nick Manoloff Hallelujah I'm A Bum
Chicago, IL Calumet Music Co. 1935 1st Edition; 1st Printing Sheet music Near Fine 
This sheet music is in Near Fine condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The corners of the covers have some light bumping and rubbing. The inner pages are clean and bright. Written by Tex Fletcher. "Geremino Bisceglia (January 17, 1910 in Harrison, New York - March 14, 1987 in Newburgh, New York) , better known as Tex Fletcher, was a singing cowboy with credits as a recording artist, Broadway and movie actor, night club performer, and radio and television personality. " "The 1930s proved a busy and productive time for Fletcher, as he landed on big-time radio, starred on Broadway, starred in two movies, toured the country as a soloist and with a group, played Madison Square Garden, landed a record deal with Decca (that lasted well into the 1950s) and performed for the President of the United States. Tex hit the trail running in 1932 singing cowboy songs over WFAS in White Plains, NY. In 1934 as he landed the role of Cowboy Answer Man on WWOR, New Jersey, at the height of singing cowboy craze, replacing close friend and cowboy star, Tex Ritter (he remained with WWOR for more than 20 years, going off the air in 1957). After a run on Broadway in the production of Howdy Stranger in 1937, Tex became a member of popular radio hillbilly group, “Tom Emerson’s Mountaineers, ” then broadcasting nationwide over WMCA and affiliates, touring the country and with whom he appeared in the Hollywood musical production of “Down on The Barn” in 1938. This initial movie appearance brought the handsome singer to the attention of Hollywood talent scouts looking for a fresh face to star in a new series of sagebrush musicals planned by Acadia Productions to be made by Grand National Pictures, again taking the place of Tex Ritter who had moved on to another studio. " 
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Johnny Zero, David, Mack (Lyrics by) with Music by Vee Lawnhurst
3 David, Mack (Lyrics by) with Music by Vee Lawnhurst Johnny Zero
New York Santly-Joy, Inc. 1943 1st Edition; 1st Printing Sheet Music Very Good+ 
This sheet music is in Very Good+ condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The spine ends and corners of the covers have some light bumping and rubbing. The inner pages are clean and bright. "The kids all called him Johnny Zero; In school they always used to say, "Johnny got a zero, Johnny got a zero, Johnny got a zero today." The kids all laughted at Johnny Zero And they would tease him when they'd play, "Johnny got a zero, Johnny got a zero, Johnny got a zero today." "" "Foley enlisted in November 1941. [2] After the attack on Pearl Harbor, he was assigned to a non-combat role with the 22nd Bomb Group stationed in Australia. His diligent cleaning of the machine guns of a B-26 Marauder caught the attention of the bomber's pilot, Lieutenant Walter Krell. [3] As the top turret gunner was injured, Foley became his replacement, despite having no aerial-gunnery training. [1][2]After a quick introduction to the equipment and procedures and one practice mission, Foley found himself on his first combat mission two days later, a raid against shipping near Rabaul on May 24, 1942. [3] He shot down an A6M Zero, [2] even though he had not even been taught how to use the gunsight. [3] Two weeks later, he was credited with two more over Lae. [2] International News Service war correspondent Pat Robinson wrote an article about him and dubbed him "Johnny Zero". "The song "Johnny Got a Zero" was released as sheet music in 1943, lyrics by Mack David and music by Vee Lawnhurst, and topped out at #4 on the Variety list for the week of April 28. An a cappella rendition by the Song Spinners, "Johnny Zero", stayed on Billboard magazine's charts from June to August, peaking at #7. In the song, Johnny does poorly in school, with the other children mocking him with "Johnny got a zero" every time he fails a test. However, when he grows up and becomes a fighter pilot, the words take on an entirely different meaning." 
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Memories Of Stephen Foster An Album of Songs by America's Most Beloved Composer, Edward B. Marks Music Corporation
4 Edward B. Marks Music Corporation Memories Of Stephen Foster An Album of Songs by America's Most Beloved Composer
New York Edward B. Marks Music Corporation 1936 Trade Edition Paperback Very Good- 
B&W Illustrations; This is an oversized paperback book with illustrated cardstock covers and a stapled spine. The book is in Very Good- condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The book covers have some light bumping, rubbing and edge wear. There are several spots of discoloration and finger dirt to the covers. The spine ends have some beginning tearing. The text pages are clean and bright, with the exception of several handwritten (pencil) notations for playing. There are four or so pages of historical photographs of Foster's home, some of his handwritten lyrics and family. Includes: Beautiful Dreamer, Camptown Races, Come Where my Love Lies Dreaming, Gentle Annie, Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair, Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground, Oh! Susanna, and more. 
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The Navy Took Them Over And The Navy Will Bring Them Back, Johnson, Howard (Yeoman) with Music by Ira Schuster / Leo Feist Music Publishing
5 Johnson, Howard (Yeoman) with Music by Ira Schuster / Leo Feist Music Publishing The Navy Took Them Over And The Navy Will Bring Them Back
New York Leo Feist Music Publishing Company 1918 Sheet music Very Good+ 
This sheet music is in Very Good+ condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The spine ends and corners of the book covers have some light bumping and beginning rubbing. The inner pages are clean and bright. 
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Pale Moon An Indian Love Song, Logan, Frederic Knight (Lyrics by Jesse G. M. Glick)
6 Logan, Frederic Knight (Lyrics by Jesse G. M. Glick) Pale Moon An Indian Love Song
Chicago, IL Forster Music Publisher Inc. 1920 Sheet music Very Good 
The front cover has some light edge wear, nicking and rubbing to the spine ends and corners. The sheet music has been creased vertically. There is a previous owner's name inked on the front cover. The text pages are mostly clean and bright. "Frederic Knight Logan was "America's Waltz King." He gained fame with the "Missouri Waltz." Logan was born in Oskaloosa. His mother was soprano Virginia Knight Logan, who had been a prima donna with the National Opera Co. In New York. " 
Price: 10.00 USD
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