| Katy's cry : come and buy my hot corn, song and chorus|
| Composer:|| Woodbury, I. B. (Isaac Baker) 1819-1858|
|Alternate title:||Come and buy my hot corn|
|Lyrics:||Lonely starved, at midnight dreary (first line of text)|
Hot corn (first line of chorus)
| Such, James|
|Description:||Katy's cry : come and buy my hot corn, song and chorus / [words] by James Such ; music composed by I. B. Woodbury.|
For voice and piano with chorus refrain.
First line of text: Lonely starved, at midnight dreary.
First line of chorus: Hot corn.
"As sung by Wood's Minstrels"--Cover.
"Written for the benefit of the House of Industry is by permission dedicated to Horace Greeley, Esq."--Cover.
"It was suggested by the beautiful and affecting story of Little Katy or Hot Corn Girl published in the New York Tribune, Aug. 1853. The profit derived from the sale of this song will be given to that admirable institution, one of the best of all charities entitled, The Five Points House of Industry, Office no. 2, Little Water St., New York"--Cover.
Cover ill.: 2 corn husks in an ornamental design.
Additional lyrics on p. 4.
|Format:||1 score (4 p.) ; 33 cm.|
|Subjects:||Songs with piano|
Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices, 4 parts)
African Americans--Songs and music
|Copyright:||Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music|
|OCLC Record ID:||50611733|| Click to view images:|