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Auction Description for Schrager Galleries: 192
Auction Description:
Viewing Notes:
6th December 12 noon to 4pm.
Sale Notes:
Please note bidding for this sale will start at 8pm on 6th December 2008 and end on 8th December 2008 at 8pm.


(175 Lots)

by Schrager Galleries

175 lots

December 8, 2008

2915 North Sherman Boulevard

Milwaukee, WI, WI 53210 USA

Phone: 00 1 414 873 3788

Fax: 00 1 414 873 5229


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Description: THREE PARLOR SONG SHEETS 1) "TELL ME PRETTY MAIDEN" from the musical comedy "Floradora", words and music Leslie Stuart, pub Harms Inc, NY, 1899. Condition: Excellent, pencil inscribed "Sally G" 2) "BEAUTIFUL STAR OF HEAVEN" by Louis A. Drumheller, pub Jos. Morris & Co, Philadelphia, PA, 1905, illus Starmer. Condition: tear at bottom edge, taped at left, otherwise very fine 3) "BLITZENDE STERNE" (sparkling stars) by A. Diederich, pub by Kaun & Bluemel Music Co, Milwaukee, WI & Richard Kaun, Berlin Ohio, 1898. Condition: Excellent, penciled on cover.

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Description: ONE PARLOR SONG SHEET: "OMAR PASKA'S MARCH, CROSSING THE DANUBE" by Charles Wels, pub by Firth Pond & Co, NY, St. Louis and New Orleans, 1853. Condition: very fine. And "ZUM II AMERIKANISCHEN BUNDES SCHUTZEN FEST" (Americ Schutzenfest marsch), (sharp shooter's march) by Emanuel Kuschbert, pub Bach & Kuschbert, Milwaukee, WI, and Ziegfeld Gerard & Co, Chicago, IL, entered according to Act of Congress in 1866 by Bach & Kusenbach, lithographer Charlie Schober, Chicago, IL. Condition: "about fine", ragged edges, text fine.

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Description: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS: 1) "HAPPY THOUGHT WALTZ" by D.S. Mc Cosh, pub F.S. Chandler & Co, 1877, numerous advertising ads on cover as well as the sheet music from different establishments in the Milwaukee, WI area at that time. Condition: cover separated along the spine. 2) "CIRCUS GALOP" (solo, duet) by Wm. Groscurth, pub Oliver Ditson & Co, Boston, et al, 1888. Condition: about fine, tears noted (11 pages). 3) "MEDITATION" (for piano) by C.S. Morrison, pub John Church Co, 1896. Condition: large tears noted. 4) "THE SAILOR BOY'S DREAM" (Barcarolle for the piano) by Le Haghe, pub Theodore Presser, Philadelphia, PA, 1891. Condition: fine. 5) "ADMIRAL DEWEYS' GRAND TRIUMPHAL MARCH" by P. Marcel, pub F. Triffet, Boston, 1898. Condition: tears noted.

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Description: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS: 1) "ROCOCO" Morceau Gralieux a la Gavatte by Wilh. Alelter, pub B.F. Wood Music Co, Boston, NY, Leipzig & London & by Bosworth & Co. Leipzig, London, Paris & Vienna, pub 1894. Condition: excellent. 2) "A LESSON WITH THE FAN" by Guy D'Hardelot, pub John Church Co., 1898. 3) "DER BLUMEN KLAGE" (complaining flowers), meditation for pianoforte by Adolf Diederich, pub Kaun & Bluemel Music Co. Milwaukee, WI 1898 and Richard Kaun, Berlin, OH, lithograph Ansty C.G. Roder, Leipzig. Condition: pencilled on cover 4) "AMARYLLIS" by Henry Ghys, transcribed by F. Brisson ("Old Drawing-room Favorites for the Piano), pub NY, G. Schirmer Design, 1899. Condition: pencilled on cover 5) "SONGS SACRED AND SECULAR" by Charles Gounod, "Ave Maria" Sacred Melody adapted to the First Prelude of J.S. Bach, pub G. Schirmer, design, 1899. Condition: excellent.

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Description: FIVE PARLOR SONG SHEETS: 1) "LAST NIGHT", pub The Michigan Stove Company (maker of Garland Stoves and Ranges), makers of stoves in Detroit, Chicago & Buffalo, no date, circa early 20th C., song in English and in German, having Aubrey Beardsley-type illustrations on cover. Condition: upper right hand corner torn away, other tears noted, ragged edges. 2) "STANDARD PATRIOTIC SONG FOLIO", a collection of up-to date patriotic songs, published by Eclipse Publishing Co., Philadelphia, PA, (no date), circa 1900, containing 50 songs commencing with the Star Spangled Banner, illus Starmer. Condition: extremely fine, (cover is separating but all intact in five shape), pen iscribed. 3) "IN STILLER NACHT" (in tranquill night), nocturne by H. Karoly, published by Kaun & Bluemel Music Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Richard Kaun, Berlin, OH, 1900. Condition: "extra fine", small tears noted. 4) "O DRY THOSE TEARS", composed by Teresa Del Riego, pub Chappell & Co. etc.,1901. 5) (Famous Marches), "INVINCIBLE EAGLE" by John Philip Sousa, pub The John Church Company, 1901. Condition: excellent.

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