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Fats Waller's Original Piano Conceptions

By: (Fats Waller)

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, Mills Music: ca. 1933

Seller ID: 16551

Condition: Very Good


Stapled, orange wraps with black titles and cartoon image of Fats Waller at the piano.This copy has some light, general wear with old creases and scuffs along corners and edges but is still in square, securely-bound condition. Overall VG. This book consists of arrangements of many of Waller's most famous numbers including "Ain't Misbehavin'", "Dinah," "Who's Sorry Now" and several others. The book is not dated, but 1932 is the latest date I could find on any song. The brief biography on the first page indicates that Waller was still alive when this book was published. ; Musical Notation; 4to ... View more info

Fats Waller Framed Autograph with Photograph and Eudora Welty Quote

By: (Fats Waller)

Price: $500.00

Publisher: Unknown, (Fats Waller): 1936

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 16356


The Fats Waller autograph in this assemblage is on a receipt that Waller wrote in 1936. The recept is near fine except for general aging. The receipt is mounted with hinges and cropped so that only Waller's signature shows; however, it can be removed an presented in its entirety. In this presentation Waller's signature is displayed with a reprint of a famous photo of the pianist/singer, resplendent in a white suit at the piano. There is also a famous quote from the Eudora Welty short story, "Powerhouse" which the author wrote after seeing Fats Waller in Jackson. Nice associations. Over... View more info

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Keep a Song in Your Soul

By: Waller, Thomas (Fats) and Alexander Hill

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, Joe Davis Inc.: 1930

Edition: First Edition (?)

Seller ID: 16695

Condition: Very Good


This is over-sized (4to) sheet music featuring and image of a woman playing the piano with cherubic children in the background. The art is somewhat cynical, considering that this is a Fats Waller tune. There is some minor edge, corner and surface wear. There has been a small tear on the last page on the bottom edge that has a nice repair with tape. Except for the tear, this would be VG+ to NF. Fats Waller and Alexander Hill sang and worked together in the earlt 1930's. This song, which was played by Fletcher Henderson, Duke Ellington and many other bands, is one of their collaborations. The c... View more info