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In the 19th century, the music industry was dominated by sheet music publishers. In the United States,the group of New York City-based music publishers, songwriters and composers dominating the industry was known as "Tin Pan Alley". The late-19th century saw a massive explosion of parlor music, with ownership of, and skill at playing the piano becoming routine for the middle-class. In the late-19th century, if you wanted to hear a popular new song or piece, you would buy the sheet music and then perform the song at home. By the early 20th century the phonograph and recorded music grew greatly in importance. This, joined by the growth in popularity of radio broadcasting from the 1920s on, lessened the importance of the sheet music publishers. The record industry eventually replaced the sheet music publishers as the music industry's largest force.

This page includes music memorabilia, sheet music,and musical instruments.

BK1005 1954 songbook sheet music Vocal Selections from The Pajama Game

1954 songbook sheet music Vocal Selections from The Pajama Game

This is a hard-to-find 1954 28-page sheet music songbook of Vocal Selections from The Pajama Game, starring Doris Day. It was published by Frank...
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MU2001 1965 Beatles VI T2358 Album 1st Back "See Label..." ASCAP Error

1965 Beatles VI T2358 Album 1st Back "See Label..." ASCAP Error

This is a nice condition early release (first back cover) of the mono edition of the Beatles VI album with the black Capital label with rainbow color...
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