Der'll be wahm coons a prancin' : the great finale from 'Clorindy' [...] a characteristic Negro musical comedy
Topical -- Songs with piano
Topical -- Popular music, United States, 1891-1900
Topical -- African-Americans, Songs and music
Topical -- Musicals, Excerpts, Vocal scores with piano
Added entry -- Person -- Sharp, Marie.
Added entry -- Person -- Smith, James
Song for voice and piano.
Printed in close score with interlinear words.
This song appears to be an extended version of "Darktown is out to-night" with different lyrics for the verses.
"Musical supplement of the Sunday Examiner".
"As sung at the Orpheum".
This item came free with the 26 Feb 1899 issue of the "San Francisco Examiner": cf. San Francisco Examiner, 25 Feb 1899, p. 12.
T.p. ill.: pink flowers and inset photos of Marie Sharp and James Smith ("photos by Bushnell").
Cook, Will Marion.
Dunbar, Paul Laurence, 1872-1906
San Francisco examiner (San Francisco, Calif. : 1863). 1899/02/26 (Music supplement)
[San Francisco] : Sunday Examiner
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1 vocal score (4 p.) : ill., phot. ; 36 cm.