| When Mister Shakespeare comes to town, or, I don't like them minstrel folks|
| Composer:|| Schwartz, Jean 1878-1956|
|Alternate title:||When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town.|
I don't like them minstrel folks.
|Lyrics:||Bill Johnson said to Mandy Snow, would you like to go to the minstrel show (first line of text)|
I don't like them minstrel folks and I doesn't care for the end men's jokes (first line of chorus)
| Jerome, William || 1865-1932|
|Publisher:||Howley, Haviland & Dresser|
|Description:||When Mister Shakespeare comes to town, or, I don't like them minstrel folks / words by Wm. Jerome ; music by Jean Schwartz.|
For voice and piano.
First line of text: Bill Johnson said to Mandy Snow, would you like to go to the minstrel show.
First line of chorus: I don't like them minstrel folks and I doesn't care for the end men's jokes.
Title on cover: When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town.
Cover ill.: African American man and woman in caricature standing by theatre marquee. Photo of Harry Bulger?
"Introduced with Great Success by Chief Harry Bulger, in 'The King's Carnival' at the New York Theatre"--Cover.
"Coon Song & Chorus"--Cover.
|Format:||1 score (5 p.) : ill., port. ; 35 cm.|
|Subjects:||African Americans--Social life and customs--Songs and music|
Minstrel shows--Songs and music
Songs with piano
Musical revues, comedies, etc.--Excerpts
African Americans--Songs and music
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|OCLC Record ID:||26008679|| Click to view images:|