I hear America singing: a nostalgic tour of popular sheet music
Readers take a walk down memory lane, reviewing magnificently illustrated sheet music covers from the works of Stephen Foster; minstrel songs; anthems of political and social protest; show tunes; and popular music from Elvis to the present day.
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Hole in Our Soul: The Loss of Beauty and Meaning in American Popular Music
Limited preview - 1994
THE PICTURES AND THE SONGS
HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN KELLY?
IN MY MERRY OLDSMOBILE
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