New York: M. Witmark [PN 3527], 1902. Quarto. Original publisher's decorative wrappers black cloth-backed decorative wrappers. [i] (title), [ii] (blank), [iii] (characters), [iv] (contents), 144 pp.
Wrappers slightly worn with minor tears and chips and remnants of small label to lower. Slightly worn; minor tears to first 16 leaves not affecting music.
First Edition, possible later issue.
"[Luders and Pixley's] most successful work was The Prince of Pilsen (1903)...; it includes the songs ‘The Tale of the Seashell’, ‘The Message of the Violet’ and ‘The Heidelberg Stein Song’, which retains prominence in the college glee-club repertory." Deane L. Root in Grove Music Online. Item #27738
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