America's instrument, the banjo in the nineteenth-century, Philip F. Gura & James F. Bollman
The work America's instrument, the banjo in the nineteenth-century, Philip F. Gura & James F. Bollman represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Portland Public Library.

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  • America's instrument, the banjo in the nineteenth-century, Philip F. Gura & James F. Bollman
Main title
  • America's instrument
Sub title
  • the banjo in the nineteenth-century
Responsibility statement
  • Philip F. Gura & James F. Bollman
Language
  • eng
Review
  • "In this illustrated history, Philip Gura and James Bollman chart the evolution of "America's instrument," the five-stringed banjo, from its primitive folk origins through its rise to the very pinnacle of American popular culture. Along the way, they offer unparalleled insight into the music business in nineteenth-century America."--Jacket
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  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-295) and index
Illustrations
  • illustrations
Index
  • index present
Literary form
  • non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
OCLC Number
  • 39936257
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