Foster, Stephen Collins Composers Composition Music
(1826-1864), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Composer of such well-known songs as "Old Folks at Home," "Old Black Joe," "Old Kentucky Home," and "Oh Susannah," he died a pauper in New York City.
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- Foster, Stephen Collins - Biography noting his various works including sentimental solo songs, minstrel songs, and hymns and Sunday school pieces. From the Grove Concise Dictionary of Music entry at WQXR radio.
- Stephen Collins Foster, A Pictorial Biography - A page of pictures with biographical notes.
- Stephen Collins Foster - Selected bibliography.
- The Music of Stephen Collins Foster (1826-1864) - The Foster family and a chronological list of f his songs composers including the names of the lyricists.
- Lawrenceville: People: Stephen Collins Foster - An Address by John Tasker Howard. Made at the Annual f Stephen Foster Memorial Program in Carnegie Music Hall on 13 f January 1934.
- Stephen Foster Songs - American Dreams - Biography in five parts with pictures interspersed.
- Stephen Foster - Brief biography and filmography showing the movies and f television shows foster, stephen collins using his works from the Internet f Movie Database (IMDb).
- State Song of Florida - Includes history and lyrics for "Swanee River" ("Old Folks at Home") with photograph of the actual Suwannee River.
- PBS Online: Stephen Foster - Companion to the documentary: includes audio files, sheet music, and f program transcript.
- Infography about Foster, Stephen (1826-1864) - Bibliography.
- Stephen Collins Foster Site, Table of Contents Page 1 - Biography and photos, the Foster family, first published songs, musical foster, stephen collins instruments, and Athens Academy.
- Stephen Collins Foster (1826-1864) - Listing including texts of "Beautiful Dreamer" and "Jeanie with the foster, stephen collins Light Brown Hair" from the Lied and Art Song Texts foster, stephen collins Page at REC Music.
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