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There's a good time coming : song

Author: Stephen Collins Foster; Charles Mackay
Publisher: Cincinnati : Peters & Field, ©1846.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : [Earliest known 1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Musical settings
Named Person: Charles Mackay; Charles Mackay
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Collins Foster; Charles Mackay
OCLC Number: 25739500
Notes: The music, in the Key of B♭, is a vocal solo with piano accompaniment.
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From poem: The good time coming / Charles Mackay.
"J. Slingland Engvr."--Colophon.
First line of text: There's a good time coming, boys.
Foster Hall Collection cutter no.: 681.1.
Description: 1 score ([1], 2-5, [1] p.) ; 33 cm.
Responsibility: lines from the London Daily News ; composed for & respectfully dedicated to Miss Mary D. Keller of Pittsburgh by S.C. Foster.

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