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Vintage Scribner Radio Music Library 1931 Modern Compositions- Piano Sheet Music

This Scribner's Radio Music Library is from 1931, Volume Two, Modern Compositions, Piano.

The many volumes of Scribner's Radio Music Library books were the sheet music compilations of all the music of the era when radio was the main entertainment for the average person.

This volume of modern compositions for piano includes: Papillon (The Butterfly), Hungarian Dance by Brahams, Reverie by Debussy, and several selections from Peer Gynt.

The book is large and has a binding that lies flat, making for easy reading on your music stand.

The volume is in good vintage condition for its age, 70 years old.
There is some damage at the bottom corner of binding -see photo.

This would make a great addition to the classic music lover's collection!
The pages are suitable for framing, or for paper ephemera projects, scrapbooking or
altered art. Over 250 pages

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Vintage Scribner Radio Music Library 1931Modern Compositions Sheet Music by metrocottage


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: red cover, paper, sewn spine, 250 pages
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Favorited by: 4 people