$ 12.94 $ 19.95
3 pieces of sheet music from the 1960 through '66 era. We believe these are vocals and piano accompanyment but it is not listed. Pre-owned with wear and soft edges on all. Pre-owned. Included are:
1. It Was A Very Good Year. Words and music by Ervin Drake. Recorded by Frank Sinatra on Reprise Records. Cpyrt 1961 & 1965.
2. Born Free. Lyric by Don Black. Music by John Barry. REcorded by Roger Williams on Kapp records. 1966 Screen Gems - Columbia Music, Inc.
3. Try To Remember. Music by Harvey Schmidt. Lyrics by Tom Jones. From the musical 'The Fantasticks'. As recorded by Ed Ames on RCA Victor Record No. 47-8483. Cpyrt 1960.
$ 99.94 $ 149.95Vintage 'Little Mike' for home radio broadcasting in the original box with instruction sheet. The microphone is 4" tall x 3 1/4" diameter. The fabric coated cord has 2 metal ends. Also included are 3 paper discs for use when hooking this microphone up inside the radio to the detector tube. The original box has pieces missing and has scratches/scrapes but the microphone appears lightly used - with some of the painted surface missing on the front rim. This piece has not been tested.
$ 12.94 $ 16.95
3 pages of sheet music with great advertising lithograph/graphics for 'I've Got To Have You Nobody But You' the theme song from a First National and Vitaphone Picture entitled 'The Forward Pass'. The movie starred Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Loretta Yong. Lyrics and music by Herb Magidson, Ned Washington and Michael H. Cleary. The movie appears to be about football and romance. This music was written for ukulele play. The paper pages has quite a bit of edge wear and the spine has splitting. See photos.
$ 39.99Up for sale is a copy of the 1973 Selmer Bandwagon. This is issue No 70. US 1SSN 0037-1637. Printed in Elkert Indiana. It shows light wear with some creases, and bent corners. It does have a mailing label on the back.