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Shoe Bag | Ziegfeld Follies "Mandy" [1919]

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  • Model: 1101-003N-BS1
  • Shipping Weight: 0.15lbs

In the mid 19th Century, many music publishers set up shop in lower Manhattan in an area that became known as Tin Pan Alley. The limited copyright control of the time created for fierce competition between these publishers, who would each print their own versions of popular songs. Some believe that “the term Tin Pan Alley referred to the thin, tinny tone quality of cheap upright pianos used in music publisher’s offices.” Scott Joplin, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, and Fats Waller are just a few examples of composers from the era.



This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 06 November, 2012.