Whistling Rufus: a characteristic march, which can be used effectively as a two-step, polka, or cake-walk. Kerry Mills.

Whistling Rufus: a characteristic march, which can be used effectively as a two-step, polka, or cake-walk

New York: F.A. Mills, 1899. Uncredited cover in orange, black and white depicts stereotyped African-American man in top hat and tails, playing a guitar and whistling at a dance. 4 pp. + advertisements inside front cover and on rear cover. Small marginal tears in front cover and on fold repaired with transparent tape (no discoloration}. For similar material please search jazz at mcgilvery-dot-com. **Free domestic shipping with direct order. Item #98009

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