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Rosa Lee
Lyrics:When I lib'd in Tennesse (first line of text)
U-li-a-li o-la-e (first line of chorus)
Contributors:
Ethiopian Serenaders
Publisher:S.W. Marsh
Publication Date:18XX
Description:Rosa Lee.
For tenor solo, chorus (TATB) and piano.
At head of title: The favorite Negro song.
Cover title.
First line of text: When I lib'd in Tennesse.
First line of chorus: U-li-a-li o-la-e.
"Written & composed expressly for the Ethiopian Serenaders and sung by them with rapturous applause at the St. James Theatre, London"--Cover.
Verses 2-4 printed as text on p. 5.
On cover: 25 cts. nett.
Original publication information: 18--.
Format:1 score (5 p.) ; 33 cm.
Subjects:Songs with piano
Choruses, Secular (Men's voices) with piano
African Americans--Songs and music
Copyright:Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music
Digital ID:dpl-hac-00015.dc
OCLC Record ID:50704048
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