From Webster's Western Gems: Zula Zong Song and Chorus. Music By J.P. Webster. Words By C. M. Ballard.
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Chicago: H.M. Higgins, 1860. 5 pages; music & lyrics; words reflecting a romanticized notion of the American West and its development, composed just before the Civil War upheavals across the country: "...I have miss'd thee, Zula Zong, And the days are sad and long, When the winter sifts its snow, When the vernal blossoms blow, When the sheaves of wheat are bright, And when swallows take their flight - Night and morning, all the while, Zula Zong, I miss thy smile..." and more of the same, lyrics by C. M. Ballard; Joseph P. Webster (1819-1875) prolific American composer, songwriter; not bound, removed from a larger group; some wear and soiling; some interior spottiness; good condition. Good S (Item ID: 13334)


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