As of December 2010, the British Library catalogue listed over two dozen entries with this title - including a 1979 musical comedy, and what appears to be a 1934 arrangement of the original song "From 'way down South. Turkey in de Straw" for piano by Oscar Rasbach, which was published by G. Schirmer of New York.
There is also "Old Zip Coon. Turkey in the Straw. Minstrel Song for Two-part Chorus," S. A. Setting by B. Treharne, published by Willis Music of Cincinnati in 1936. (Ie two songs with the same melody). The original melody was actually called "Natchez Under The Hill."
Bryceson Treharne (1879-1948) was a classical composer, and arguably the most famous son of Merthyr Tydfil (after Timothy Evans
!). After the First World War he relocated to the United States.
Zip Coon was the alter ego
of Jim Crow, another of those best forgotten racially derogatory stereotypes that persisted until well into the 20th Century.