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The history of England from the close of the Saxon Heptarchy to the Declaration of American Independence in familiar verse adapted to music by B. Carr.

Carr, Benjamin.

Published by Musical Americana, Philadelphia, 1954
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Facsimile printing of Carr's Musical Miscellany, no. 17: a piece originally published in 1805 in Baltimore by Joseph Carr, the author's father. The song teaches (accurate!) facts regarding high spots of Britain's past, set to a theme from Mozart with snippets of "The Roast Beef of Old England," "The Anacreontic Song," and other popular English tunes. The foreword is by Lester S. Levy. Folio (31.2 cm, 12.25"). [2], 12 ff. Publisher's dark green cloth, spine with gilt-stamped title; spine sunned, extremities lightly rubbed. Bookseller Inventory # 33321

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Title: The history of England from the close of the...

Publisher: Musical Americana, Philadelphia

Publication Date: 1954

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