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Notated Music Mammy's little pumpkin colored coons

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About this Item


  • Mammy's little pumpkin colored coons


  • Perrin, [Sidney L.] (composer)
  • Hillman (composer)
  • Clarke, Herbert L. (arranger)
  • West, Arthur

Created / Published

  • M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1898.


  • -  African Americans -- Music
  • -  Popular music -- United States
  • -  Band music
  • -  Popular Songs of the Day
  • -  Songs and Music
  • -  Parlor and Concert Stage
  • -  Progressive Era to New Era (1900-1929)


  • -  Parts: solo or 1st B-flat cornet (2), 1st B-flat clarinet (2), tuba (2), drums (2), 1st & 2nd trombones (2), 1st & 2nd tenors (2), 2nd & 3rd altos (2), 2nd & 3rd B-flat cornets (2), baritone (treble clef), E-flat cornet, 3rd trombone, 2nd & 3rd B-flat clarinets, piccolo in D-flat, E-flat clarinet, solo or 1st E-flat alto, baritone (bass clef). (Content)
  • -  Copyright 1898 by M. Witmark & Sons. N.Y. (Copyright)
  • -  Also includes "God Save America - National Hymn" by Arthur West, as a separate piece, not as an introduction.
  • -  11 blank pages. 2 parts per printed page. 2 works per part.


  • Instrumental parts


  • 24 p., 10 3/4 x 7 in.

LC Classification

  • M1258.P

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Chicago citation style:

Perrin, Sidney L, Hillman, Herbert L Clarke, and Arthur West. Mammy's Little Pumpkin Colored Coons. M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1898. Notated Music.

APA citation style:

Perrin, S. L., Hillman, Clarke, H. L. & West, A. (1898) Mammy's Little Pumpkin Colored Coons. M. Witmark & Sons, New York. [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Perrin, Sidney L, et al. Mammy's Little Pumpkin Colored Coons. M. Witmark & Sons, New York, 1898. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.