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Category: All Categories: Music: Music Ephemera
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Publisher: Unmarked..
2" l. tapering body of lavender plastic with a lens in one end & a color photo of Elvis in the other. Body tapers from 3/4" to 5/8" at viewing end. Brass chain attached marked "Ball Chain", otherwise unmarked. 1950s. Fine. NOTE: Shipping for this item via 1st Class Mail is $3.00. Your shipping charge will appear as $4.00 in the Shopping Cart, but will be lowered before your credit card is charged.

Appr.: | AUD 15.19 CAD 14.91 EUR 10.57 GBP 7.74 JPY 1,200.00 MXN 150.00 ZAR 133.33 

Purchase direct from: Henry F. Hain III. Item number: 50-0090.
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Armstrong, Louis, 1901-1971  
Louis Armstrong and his Concert Group. Satchmo the Great

Publisher: Associated Booking Corp., NY [196-?].
[20]-page publicity program to accompany concert tour; includes clipping of review from Providence [RI] Journal-Bulletin by Bradford Swan and program for the same concert. 30.5 cm. Photos of Armstrong, Mort Herbert, Danny Barcelona, Billy Kyle, 'Peanuts' Hucko, Trummy Young, Velma Middleton; reviews from international tours reprinted with photos on every page, plus a biography of Armstrong. Stapled in pictorial paper covers; minor wear; VG+. stock#40917 {ns}.

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Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: 40917.
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Auber. Bishop. Boieldieu. Cline. Coolidge. Fadinni. George. Gildon. Herz. Hews. Iucho. Jones. Kiallmark. Kingsley. Rigg.  
piano music in Boston

Publisher: New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, 1835.
Private collection of 66 pieces of music, printed in America, most for piano four hands. Printed primarily in New York City (slightly over half) and Boston, with Philadelphia (5), Baltimore (2), and Providence (2) imprints. Many pieces have the stamps of Boston music stores. Those with dates range between 1831 and 1835, when this collection was assembled. Includes American Coin A New National Song; Ap Shenkin A Dance; Auber, Invitation To The Ball; Beethoven; Bellini; Henry Rowley Bishop, My Heart and Lute; François Adrien Boieldieu, Overture to the Opera of the Caliph of Bagdad; Bonny Boat; By the Margin of Fair Zurich's Waters; Chorus Jig; Coolidge, Song of the Zephyrs; Copenhagen Waltz (2); Dance in Tekeli; Devil's Dream, a Dance; Downfall of Paris; Durang's Horn-Pipe; Fadinni, Le Elegante Waltz; George, Admired Sett of Cotillions, from the Opera of La Dame Blanche; Gildon's Celebrated March for Piano Forte or Harp; Girl I Left Behind Me; Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans, Evening Song to Virgin & Messenger Bird; Herr Cline's Dance; Henri Herz, Waltz Rondo for the Piano Forte; Hews, Quincys Quick Step; I Won't Be a Nun!; Irish Washerwoman; Isle of the Sky; Wilhelm Iucho, Introduction & Variations, on a Favorite French Air; Jones, Mellow Horn!; George Kiallmark, Fleuve du Tage; George Kingsley, I Would Not Live Alway; Lee Rigg; Lord McDonald's Reel; 'O! dear what can the matter be'; Thomas Moore, Arabys Daughter; Switzers' Song of Home, A Ballad; Mozart; Steam Boat Quick Step; François Joseph Naderman, Tyrolesian Air; Let Us Haste to Kelvin Grove; John Richardson, Butterfly Waltz; Auld Lang Syne; Rossini; Richard Ryan, O saw ye the Lass wi the bonny blue Een; Bonaparte's Retreat from Moscow; Oliver Shaw, Gov. Arnold's March; Soldier's Joy; Speed the Plough; Stop Waltz; Terpodian Waltz; Duncan Gray; Johann Heinrich Walch, Nahant March; Weber, Hunter's Chorus; White Cockade; Thomas Williams, Bride's Farewell. 66 pieces reflecting historical and social as well as musical developments. Bound in three-quarter leather with brown marbled paper boards. Some pieces are foxed and there are a few tears, but for the most part this is a nice exemplar of musical New England. stock#NS302.

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Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: NS302.
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Bennett, Clifford A.  
Gregorian Institute of America, the : Prospectus, 1951

Publisher: Gregorian Institute of America; Toledo, Ohio: 1951.
Very Good- Softcover 102 pages; 4to (10") 26 cm; White plastic comb binding, white covers, curriculum, course descriptions, list of faculty, list of religious communities (orders of priests and nuns) enrolled, list of graduates, list of church choirs led by graduates, brief bios of composers and arrangers, much more, over 150 b/w photos with captions. ; School description, history and prospectus. Not a songbook. Introduction by JCS. School founded 1940-1941 by Clifford A. Bennett. ; Light edgewear. Two light creases to front cover. No marks. Comb has one crosscrack otherwise binding is holding tight. Quite scarce. ; Laid in: 3 loose s*gnatures from an unbound printing of To God Through Music, Catholic School Music Course, Book One, published by this institution, 1951.

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Purchase direct from: Alan's Used Books. Item number: 15425.
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Borge, Victor  
Victor Borge Comedy with Music with Marylyn Mulvey

Publisher: Boston, Colonial Theatre, [1979?].
. Playbill, 1 sheet, 2 p. Ephemera Good condition

Appr.: | AUD 3.80 CAD 3.73 EUR 2.64 GBP 1.94 JPY 300.00 MXN 37.50 ZAR 33.33 

Purchase direct from: J. Lawton Booksellers. Item number: 35605.
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Colcord, Joanna C., editor. [Maitland, Richard]  
'Paddy Get Back' [caption title]

Publisher: American Neptune / Southworth-Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine, 1942.
[3] p., 25 cm. 'In 'The American Neptune', I (1941), 62, Mr. William B. Sturtevant gives the words of a capstan chanty which he calls 'The Oxford.' It is more commonly known as 'Paddy Get Back.' I believe it to be of late origin (1850 or after). Its rollicking tune, which probably boasts a music-hall origin, has never appeared in print, so far as I know. There are many versions...' 'With the Season's Greetings from the Editors of 'The American Neptune Christmas 1942'. Pink laid paper; inconspicuous closed tear in fore edges (the mailer is also torn) & a light rust mark above title from the mailer clasp; VG in original mailer with 1 1/2-cent stamp. Stock#32537.

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Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: 32537.
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Henke, James and Van Der Meer, Ron.  
The Rock Pack.

Publisher: Univerrse Publishing.
Dated 1997, very good condition with CD in pocket on front cover. All popups work. An interactive book of the Rock and Roll Museum's artists. Has many pictures, illustrations and small booklets. CD contains interviews with some of the leaders in the great world of Rock! First Edition Hard Cover

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Purchase direct from: Books by Jan. Item number: 003172.
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Joanou, Phil  
U2 Rattle and Hum : Press Kit, 1988

Publisher: Paramount Pictures Corporation; Hollywood, Calif: 1988.
Near Fine Softcover 4to (12") 31 cm; Press kit, not a book. Pale gray folder with U2 Rattle and Hum logo in brown, inside there are 11 b/w photos on 6 individual (unbound) high-gloss 8.5 x 11 inch plates, with small captions, plus tall blue booklet, Handbook of Production Information, 18 pages. ; No defects to booklet or photos, but the folder has a light crease and a small closed tear. Scarce.

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Purchase direct from: Alan's Used Books. Item number: 14008.
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Porcaro, Steve Illustrated by: Illustrated by Greg Holford  
Star Licks Master Series : Steve Porcaro
Publisher: Star Licks Noma Video; Los Angeles: 1987.
Very Good Softcover 23 pages; 12mo (7.75") 20 cm; BOOKLET only. This is a 23-page booklet that was originally published with a vhs instructional video on how to use an early computer-based music synthesizer. ; Stiff blue covers, fold-and-staple binding, brief glossary, several b/w diagrams and flowcharts. ; Diagrams and notation by Greg Holford and Wolf Marshall. From blurb: 'Steve Porcaro is an increasingly important force in the evolution of synthesizer technique. His contributions to Toto both as a musical member and accomplished songwriter have helped to develop the enormous popularity of their sound. In this exciting presentation, Steve Porcaro shares many insights and trade secrets which have made his synthesizer work so innovative'. ; Covers are worn around edges, with several tiny chips not affecting text. Interior clean, binding tight. Quite scarce in any condition.

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Purchase direct from: Alan's Used Books. Item number: 14176.
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Shaw, Robert  
The Robert Shaw Chorale: Songs for Christmas Time

Publisher: RCA Victor Extended Play 45 record cover sleeve, [ca. 1950s].
A cardboard 45-rpm record cover sleeve shaped at the top as a round Christmas ornament with hole for hanging on a tree. One side is red and black, the reverse silver and black. Does not contain the actual record, however. The 45 within the sleeve is a Christmas recording by Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. A nice little bit of Shaw paper ephemera.

Appr.: | AUD 18.99 CAD 18.63 EUR 13.22 GBP 9.68 JPY 1,500.00 MXN 187.50 ZAR 166.67 

Purchase direct from: Auldfarran Books, IOBA. Item number: 703.
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Victor Talking Machine Company.  
Victor Red Seal Records. Orthophonic Recording.

Publisher: Camden, NJ: Victor Talking Machine Company, 1927..
Catalog listings of orthophonic recordings. 12 pp. 6 5/8"x 4 3/4". Included is a catalog listing of Okeh und Odeon, August 1922. 23 pp. 6 3/4" x 5". Minor closed tear in german catalog. VG/ Good+. Soft Cover. ISBN: record catalog; Okeh und Odeon

Appr.: | AUD 9.49 CAD 9.32 EUR 6.61 GBP 4.84 JPY 750.00 MXN 93.75 ZAR 83.33 

Purchase direct from: Albatross Books. Item number: 2786.
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Witmark, Jacob  
Songland, Being a Catalog Devoted to Beautiful Ballads for all Voices : Selected from the Witmark Black and White Series, 1923

Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons; N. Y. : 1923.
Fair Softcover 46 pages; 8vo (9") 23 cm; Flimsy white catalog, fold-and-staple binding, 46 unnumbered pages, each with the first 8 or 12 measures of a popular song, with piano accompaniment, plus the complete lyrics as a poem, plus a small b/w image of the front cover of the sheet music, with current (1923) pri ces for solo, duet, quartet, etc, versions. ; Pages yellowed from age but not brittle. Rear cover and last two leaves discolored from dampness but all readable. Binding tight. Scarce. Sold as it.

Appr.: | AUD 12.66 CAD 12.42 EUR 8.81 GBP 6.45 JPY 1,000.00 MXN 125.00 ZAR 111.11 

Purchase direct from: Alan's Used Books. Item number: 14974.
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