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The Days of Song and Lilac {FIRST EDITION}

Obermeyer, Mary Beth Sartor

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ISBN 10: 0878395806 / ISBN 13: 9780878395804
Published by North Star Press of St. Cloud, Inc., Saint Cloud, Minnesota, 2012
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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"In a childhood filled with sparkle and dances and stages, the one thing Mary Beth could count on as Mabel could count on was Mabel, her piano-playing accompanist. So when Mabel suffered a paralyzing stroke, Mary Beth would turn to Mabel's student of old, Meredith Willson, the Music Man himself, to see if the music really truly ever dies. A dance into the heart, the true story sings the love of creativity and the power of inspiration-in that magic musical town and time, Mason City, Iowa, 1954." This book has 308 pages and is illustrated throughout. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 065635

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Title: The Days of Song and Lilac {FIRST EDITION}

Publisher: North Star Press of St. Cloud, Inc., Saint Cloud, Minnesota

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Pictorial Softcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: First Edition

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In a childhood filled with sparkle and dances and stages, the one thing Mary Beth could count on was Mabel, her piano-playing accompanist. So when Mabel suffered a paralyzing stroke, Mary Beth would turn to Mabel’s student of old, Meredith Willson, the Music Man himself, to see if the music really truly ever dies. A dance into the heart, the true story sings the love of creativity and the power of inspiration―in that magic musical town and time, Mason City, Iowa, 1954.

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A summer bouquet, a sweet story, just a charming memoir. Eveyone will enjoy it. Beth signed her book on Mrs. Paroo's Porch, in her hometown, Mason City, Iowa, on the 50th anniversary of the film premiere of The Music Man. Revisit sets of the show--the library, the footbridge, and the gymnasium where the professor launched the big, rousing "Seventy-six Trombones... --St. Paul Pioneer Press, Mary Ann Grossmann, Senior Book Editor

Wow! This is just terrific. This is brilliant! --Lynne Warfel, National Host, American Public Media

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