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If the man in the moon were a coon
Composer: Fisher, Fred 1875-1942
Lyrics:Say, Jasper, 'taint no use talking even though you talk from now till noon (first line of text)
Contributors:
Nichols Sisters
Publisher:Will Rossiter
Publication Date:1905
Description:If the man in the moon were a coon / by Fred Fisher.
For voice and piano.
Cover title.
First line of text: Say, Jasper, 'taint no use talking even though you talk from now till noon.
"A combination of classical music & comical words"--Cover.
"As sung by the Nichols Sisters"--Cover.
Cover ill.: African American man reaching into a shed with a chicken at his back. Photos of The Nichols Sisters.
"Published for violin solo, 'cello solo, trombone solo, orchestra acc., cornet solo"--Cover.
Above caption title: Biggest hit in 20 years.
Ads for other song titles on inside and back covers.
Format:1 score (4 p.) : ill., port. ; 35 cm.
Subjects:Songs with piano
African Americans--Songs and music
African Americans
Singers
Covers (Illustration)
Portraits
Copyright:Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music
Digital ID:dpl-hac-11739.dc
OCLC Record ID:51206633
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