All lovers of the Adirondacks will recall their first impression of this beautiful|
bird, its eerie, mournful cry and almost insane laughter. The Indians and the
guides regard the loon with superstitious awe; they believe that to injure or
kill one means certain misfortune, and many are the stories told of the evil
which befell those who were rash enough to harm one.
This sheet music was scanned by John McDonnell.
compositions by Eastwood Lane