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|Genre/Form:||Songs with piano
Excerpts Vocal scores with piano
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Dibdin; John Hodgkinson; J Young; John Aitken; Stephen Storace; McDevitt-Wright Collection.
|Notes:||For voice and piano.
Text, in English, of verse 1 printed with music, verses 2-3 printed at end.
The flowing cann [by Charles Dibdin, from his "The oddities"], sung by [John] Hodgkinson in [Stephen Storace's] No song no supper [NYC 2/15/1793].
Possible year of publication noted in pencil on score: ca. 1793.
Pencilled on score: (1963) McDevitt-Wright.
First line: A sailor's life's a life of woe.
Refrain: We sing a little, and laugh a little.
|Description:|| leaf of music ; 33 cm|