Dream of the "rarebit fiend" : two step : the original "Brooklyn" cake walk

Title
Dream of the "rarebit fiend" : two step : the original "Brooklyn" cake walk / T.W. Thurban.
Author
Thurban, T. W.,
Publication
  • New York : Francis, Day and Hunter, [1906]
  • ©1906

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Notated musicSupervised useAvailableP.I. (Rag) (Thurban. Dream of the rarebit fiend)Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

Details

Additional Authors
McCay, Winsor,
Description
1 score (5 pages); 35 cm
Alternative Title
  • Brooklyn cake walk
  • Dream of a rarebit fiend
  • Original Brooklyn cake walk
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Dance music.
  • Popular music.
Note
  • For piano.
  • Caption title.
  • "Dedicated to "Silas" Winsor McCay, author of 'Dreams of the rarebit fiend'" - at foot of cover.
  • Cover design includes drawing in the style of or by Winsor McCay showing a couple in bed, with a clown, sitting on the ledge opposite the head of the bed, pointing; cover also includes a photograph of Winsor McCay.
  • Dream of a rarebit fiend was a newspaper comic strip authored by Winsor McCay that first appeared in 1904. The strip had no recurring characters, but followed a theme: after eating a Welsh rarebit, the day's protagonist would be subject to the darker side of his or her psyche (information from Wikipedia).
Call Number
P.I. (Rag) (Thurban. Dream of the rarebit fiend)
Author
Thurban, T. W., composer.
Title
Dream of the "rarebit fiend" : two step : the original "Brooklyn" cake walk / T.W. Thurban.
Publisher
New York : Francis, Day and Hunter, [1906]
Copyright Date
©1906
Type of Content
notated music
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Language
Staff notation.
Added Author
McCay, Winsor, dedicatee.
Added Title
Dream of a rarebit fiend
Original Brooklyn cake walk
Brooklyn cake walk
Publisher No.
F.D. & 157 Francis, Day and Hunter
Research Call Number
P.I. (Rag) (Thurban. Dream of the rarebit fiend)
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