...AND OTHER SONGS I DON'T BELIEVE I KNOW

(I)
Gracia Haby
Fallen by the wayside and other songs I don't believe I know
September, 2011
Digital print zine
Edition of 75

 

A 7cm X 30cm, six page colour concertina zine with a B&W text on paper wrap held in place by a blue circle sticker.

Featuring six American Popular Song Sheet Covers, 1890–1922:
Fallen by the wayside: a leaf torn from life's history / by Chas. K. Harris. [c1892]
The story is always the same / music by Chas. J. Orth; words by Alfred B. Schanz. [c1893]
My lady of moods / words by Rita; music by Dox Cruger. [c1893]
Cast aside / by Chas. K. Harris. [c1895]
Is life worth living? / words and music by Chas. K. Harris; arr. by Jos. Clauder. [c1893]
Adieu! / words and music by Baroness Blanc. [c1892]

 

(II)
Gracia Haby
Just as the ship went down and other songs I don't believe I know
September, 2011
Digital print zine
Edition of 75

 

A 7cm X 30cm, six page colour concertina zine with a B&W text on paper wrap held in place by a red circle sticker.

Featuring six American Popular Song Sheet Covers, 1890–1922:
Yes, I got it / sung by Miss Lillie Beach; published by Will Rossiter. [c1892]
When your cash and friends are gone / by Felix McGlennon. [c1892]
Strangers / by Chas. K. Harris. [c1893]
Fill the vacant chair / words by M. Maurice; music by Ed. E. Treumann. [c1896]
Just as the ship went down / words by Edith Maida Lessing; music by Bernie Adler & Sidney Gibson. [c1912]
They didn't believe me / lyric by Herbert Reynolds; music by Jerome D. Kern. [c1914]

 
 

A pair of zines made for The Wonderful Paper Things Fair presented by St Heliers Street Store + Gallery in association with Rona Green, 2011, and the IMPACT7 zine fair co-ordinated by Anna Poletti at MUMA.

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