This is an exhaustive reference work of sheet music published in the United States from the late 18th century to the year after adoption of the 19th amendment to the Constitution granting women the right to vote. In chronological order, the entries present bibliographic data (words by, music by, published in, published by, copyright, size, cover, inside, key, location) on each piece of music, a photographic depiction of the cover or first page (where available), and the complete lyrics for each piece. Included are early music of a rebellious nature, music surrounding the early woman's rights conventions, and pro and anti woman's rights and suffrage pieces from 1795 on; a limited number of entries on non-U.S. sheet music are presented also. General music about women, sentimental and love songs, and songs related to traditional roles and stereotypes have not been included.Music: aTuneaJohn Hutchinsona#39;s The Good Time Coming, S-Ai889-Ai(K) Voting As We Pray, page 2 God Shall Lead. and Blue.a Verse Ai To tax one whoa#39;s not represented Is tyrannyatell if you can Why woman should not have the ballot? ... We hope to live to see the day, For we can hear it on the way, This good time coming.
|Title||:||Suffragist Sheet Music|
|Author||:||Danny O. Crew|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2002-03-04|