College Songs and Glees, Including the Most Admired Songs, New and Old, Used in the Colleges of America - complied and edited by Thomas G. Shepard
Add this old song book to your collection, or use it as a piece of historical music decor.
This book was published in 1896. The songs included in the book are particularly intended for male voices (probably not a lot of women in college 116 years ago). The songs were compiled by Thomas G. Shepard, who was the musical instructor of the Yale Glee Club since 1873. There are many songs within the book, including the Alma Mater for Cornell, the Alma Mater for the University of Chicago, and the Alma Mater for Yale. Romeo and Juliet, The Dude Who Didn't Dance, We Meet Again Tonight, and more.
This would be a fun book to page through, especially for a music lover. It would also look great sitting along side your piano.
Of course, if you really prefer, you could also take the book apart and use the pages in your art and paper projects - we'll leave that up to you.
This antique song book is in very good condition, especially considering it is 116 years old. There are minimal rips - just a little bit on the cover of the book. The binding is intact. The music pages have yellowed with age, but are still in good condition. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 copy of "College Songs and Glees, Including the Most Admired Songs, New and Old, Used in the Colleges of America (as shown)
- Book Material: Paper
- Book Dimensions: 7" x 10"
- Copyright 1896
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