Polk Miller and the Old South Quartette, Music of the Old South

By: Flaherty, Tim (editor and producer)

Price: $75.00

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Book Condition: Fine

Stapled, dark brown, stiff wraps with image of record label on front. CD of original Polk Miller recordings inside back wrap. This copy looks as new and unused. A sleeve from an old broadside of Miller's slips over the booklet as a sort of dustjacket. This production is a historic recording and documentation of one of the earliest African-American groups to record, Polk Miller and the Old South Quartette. The Quartette was black; Miller was white. The music they produced may be as close as we can come to antebellum, African-American music.Miller often contrasted the "authenticity" of his group in comparison to the "not-so-authentic Fisk Jubilee Singers. The authenticity of either or both is much discussed and argued. This booklet includes an essay by music historian, Doug Seroff as well as illustrations from original Polk Miller ads and broadsides. ; B&W Illustrations; Square 8vo 8" to 9" tall; 24 +CD pages

Title: Polk Miller and the Old South Quartette, Music of the Old South

Author Name: Flaherty, Tim (editor and producer)

Illustrator: Illustrated by Keith Etter

Categories: Music,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Beverley Hills, MI, Ken Flaherty, Jr.: 2006

ISBN Number: 1424305772

ISBN Number 13: 9781424305773

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 15438

Keywords: Music African - American Black Negro Minstrel Minstrelsy American Roots Music Early Recording