The origins of the music hall are to found in the songs and supper rooms of Regency and early Victorian London. No records of them seem to have survived. A cache of the songbooks, however, has survived I the British Museum and a selection from them is now reprinted for the first time.
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A hardcover edition with brown boards, gilt lettering and an unclipped, illustrated dust jacket. There is foxing and toning throughout but the text and sepia-coloured illustrations and music sheets are clear and legible. There is some fading to the dust jacket and there is wear and rubbing to the edges and a small tear to the top right-hand corner.
Now in a clear, removable cover to protect from damage.
Publisher: Landsdowne Press, Melbourne.
Publication Date: 1975.
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