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Songs and music
|Named Person:||Julia Marlowe; Barbara Fritchie; Barbara Fritchie; Julia Marlowe|
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Max S Witt; Robert F Roden; Julia Marlowe; Jos. W. Stern & Co.
|Notes:||For voice and piano.
Advertising includes musical incipits for "The first violin" by Max S. Witt ; "All I wants is ma chickens" by Deas & Wilson ; "The king's musketeer" by Frank A. Howson ; "Folies-Bergere" by Paul Lincke ; "The moth and the flame", "My little Georgia rose", "Wait till my ship comes in", "You are so dear to me", "Sweet repose", "Orange blossoms waltz", "The first violin" and "Robespierre" all by Max S. Witt ; "Eli Green's cake-walk" by Sadie Koninsky ; "I don't care if you nebber comes back" by Monroe H. Rosenfeld ; "Oh! Ebenezer!" by Dave Reed Jr. ; "Take your clothes and go" by Irving Jones ; "She was bred in old Kentucky" by Stanley Carter ; "A night off", "A rag-time skedaddle" and "My lady love" all by George Rosey.
"Founded upon Mr. Clyde Fitch's successful drama now being played by Miss Julia Marlowe"--Cover.
Cover illustration: photograph of a scene from the play with a portrait of Julia Marlowe in upper left corner.
"Dedicated by permission to Miss Julia Marlowe."
|Description:||1 score (5 p.) ; 36 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Spare your country's flag.
In the peaceful town of Fred'rick 'mid the hills of Maryland
"Spare your country's flag", she said, "You shall not thus deface it
|Responsibility:||music by Max S. Witt ; words by Rob't F. Roden.|
- Marlowe, Julia, -- 1865-1950 -- Portraits.
- Fritchie, Barbara, -- 1766-1862 -- Songs and music.
- United States -- History -- 1849-1877 -- Songs and music.
- Patriotic music -- United States.
- Flags -- United States.
- Popular music -- United States -- To 1901.
- Songs with piano.
- Fritchie, Barbara, -- 1766-1862.
- Marlowe, Julia, -- 1865-1950.
- Patriotic music.
- Popular music.
- United States.