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MUSICAL RECORDING
Title Don't give the name a bad place : types and stereotypes in American musical theater, 1870-1900.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : New World Records, [1978]

Order cancelled for MUSKINGUM.
Order cancelled for MUSKINGUM.
Series Recorded anthology of American music.
Subject Music in the theater.
Alt Name Morath, Max,
Barker, Danny,
Jackson, Clifford,
Hyman, Dick, 1927-
Alternate Title The babies on our block
Maggie Murphy's home
John Riley's always dry
Paddy Duffy's cart
Hang the Mulligan banner up
Stay in your own backyard
De golden wedding
My gal is a high born lady
Darktown is out tonight
Tell 'em I'll be there
The German 5th
Can any one tell vere dot cat is gone?
Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man
Description 1 disc. : 33 1/3 rpm., stereophonic ; 12 in.
Time 004719.
Performer Max Morath, Danny Barker, Clifford Jackson, and Dick Hyman.
Note Program notes by Richard M. Sudhalter and text of songs on slipcase.
Contents The babies on our block.--Maggie Murphy's home.--John Riley's always dry.--Paddy Duffy's cart.--Hang the Mulligan banner up.--Stay in your own backyard.--De golden wedding.--My gal is a high born lady.--Darktown is out tonight.--Tell 'em I'll be there.--The German 5th.--Cat song or Can any one tell vere dot cat is gone?--Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man.--Don't give de name a bad place.
Local Note JOHN CARROLL: American Antiquarian Society copy 1 has the row of tiny diamonds below "Preface" and the signature mark "B" below the "g" in "dropping." The cover has the continuous border and the printer's imprint is centered. The contents of the publisher's advertisement on p. [4] of wrapper are in the order: A new system of modern geography, Parish's compendious system of universal geography, Morse and Parish's compendious history of New-England, and, printed in italics, "Copper-plate copies, of various sizes and constructions, consisting of new German text, round and running hand."
JOHN CARROLL: American Antiquarian Society copy 2 has the row of tiny diamonds below "Preface" and the signature mark "B" below the "d" in "dropping." The cover has the border of individual floral ornaments and the printer's imprint is centered. The contents of the publisher's advertisement on p. [4] of wrapper are in the order: A new system of modern geography, "Copper-plate copies, consisting of German text, round and running hand," Parish's compendious system of universal geography, and Morse and Parish's compendious history of New-England.
JOHN CARROLL: American Antiquarian Society copy 3 lacks plates. Has the double rule below "Preface" and the signature mark "B" below the "d" in "dropping." The cover has the border of individual floral ornaments and the printer's imprint is in the lower right corner. The contents of the publisher's advertisement on p. [4] of wrapper are in the order: A new system of modern geography, Parish's compendious system of universal geography, Morse and Parish's compendious history of New-England, and "Copper-plate copies, consisting of german text, round and running hand."
Publisher # NW 265 New World Records
OCLC # 4281943