C. 1845 Dandy Jim of Caroline. A Celebrated Ethiopian Melody, Arranged for This Work By Himself. (with) Miss Lucy Long. A Popular Negro Song. (and) Dandy Jim. (No. 2) + Boatman's Dance. + Lucy Neale.

No Place Listed: No Publisher Listed, 1845. 4 sides of music; Dandy Jim with musical notation and 8 verses; Miss Lucy Long with 4 verses; Dandy Jim No. 2 (noted as L'Ete), Boatman's, (La Poule) and Lucy Newale (Pastorelle) with music only and each with the dance steps at the bottom of each piece, ie."Right Hand half round, Left Hand back-Balances on a line-Promenade half round-Forward two back to back-Forward four and back-Right and Left to Places" (steps for Boatman's Dance); no publisher or place noted and circa 1840s; 13 1/4" x 10 1/2" size; some edge, tips wear, little spotting, short (1/4") closed edge-tear, edge-wrinkle; overall, in very good condition and fairly clean, good American folk music & dance material. Very Good (Item ID: 20759)


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