Old Uncle Dan

music

 

Old Uncle Dan / words and music by Horace Dumars.


Note:  only the cover sheet appears in the Clearinghouse, the entire sheet music collection is available by clicking on the link below to the Rare Book and Special Collections Library

First line of text: Long years ago, e'er my hair had turned gray.
First line of chorus: I hear dem sweetly singing.
Sung by: Milt. G. Barlow.

Originally published: Cincinnati, O. : F.W. Helmick, c1877.

SUBJECTS
Afro-Americans--Songs and music.
Death songs.
Spirituals (Songs)

RELATED NAMES
Performer: Barlow, Milt G., 1843-1904. prf.
F.W. Helmick (Music publisher)

COLLECTION
Sheet Music Collection, The John Hay Library

REPOSITORY
Brown University Library Box A, Providence, RI, 02912

DIGITAL ID
rpbaasm 1213 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.award/rpbaasm.1213

Used by permission:
Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

Barlow in the Arts                 Milt G. Barlow

© Barlow Genealogy 1998-2004 
Graphics by Rhio

 

Updated October 2004