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Strolling 'long the pike / words by Felix F. Feist ; music by Harry Bennett.

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Title

Strolling 'long the pike / words by Felix F. Feist ; music by Harry Bennett.

Subject

Topical -- Feist, Felix F. -- Musical settings.
Person -- Feist, Leo.
Meeting -- Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.) Songs and music.
Topical -- Songs with piano.
Added Entry -- Person -- Montague, Harry F.
Added Entry -- Person --Feist, Felix F.

Description

For voice and piano.
T.p. ill.: color drawing of an exotic-looking woman, wearing a blue and red dress, elaborate jewelry, and headdress, who holds a sword behind her head, and stands in front of a short brick wall; behind the wall are individuals of many nationalities wearing traditional dress, including Native Americans, Mexicans, Japanese, and Arabs; behind the people are tops of foreign buildings, including pagodas, temples, and palaces; in the lower right hand corner is a photo of a young man in a tuxedo with the caption "Sung with great success by Harry F. Montague."
"The St. Louis Exposition Craze."
T.p. stamped "Minnie Bettinger."
P. 3 stamped "Geo. A. Fellows, Dealer in Pianos, Organs, etc., No. 57 North Main St., Gloversville, N.Y."
P. 3 and 5 have imprints: "Carolyn M. Gill, sheet music, Clifton Park, N.Y."

Creator

Bennett, Harry.

Publisher

New York (134 West 37th St., Feist Building) : Leo Feist

Date

c1904

Rights

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Format

1 score (5 p.) : ill. ; 35 cm.

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