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Starr, Hattie

Little Alabama Coon

WIllis Woodward & Co., New York. 1893, 5p, 9x12, sheet music, disbound, mild yellowing at covers' edges. Starr is credited with being the first woman to break into Tin Pan Alley, and is generally categorized as a ragtime composer. She was from the South, and her repertoire included "plantation songs."

Cat.No: 187663

Price: $20.00

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