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Publisher: Wadhurst, E. Sussex, England : Pearl, ℗1993.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Genre/Form: Excerpts
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
OCLC Number: 30041667
Notes: Pearl: GEMM CD 9050--GEMM CD 9052 (disc labels); GEMM CDS 9050-2 (container spine).
Title on container: Music from the New York stage, 1890-1920.
Compact discs.
Program notes by Dwight Blocker Bowers ([16] p.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Original cast recordings performed by various artists.
Event notes: Recorded 1890-1917.
Description: 3 audio discs (3 hr., 51 min., 27 sec.) : digital, mono ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc 1. The old homestead. Nearer, my God, to Thee (Richard Jose) ; The old oaken bucket (Old Homestead Double Quartet of 1904 production) --
Castles in the air. You can always explain things away (DeWolf Hopper) --
Ship ahoy. The commodore song (Edward M. Favor) --
Robin Hood. O promise me (Jessie Bartlett Davis) ; The amorer's song (Eugene Cowles) --
Mavourneen. Molly O (Chauncey Olcott) --
1492. The king's song (Edward M. Favor) --
The Irish artist. My beautiful Irish maid (Chauncey Olcott) --
The grand vizier. Who is Egen? (Thomas Q. Seabrooke) --
The widow Jones. The bully (May Irwin) --
An artist's model. Laughing song (Maurice Farkoa) --
The geisha. Chin chin Chinaman (James T. Powers) --
Shamus O'Brien. Ochone! When I used to be young (Joseph O'Mara) --
Sweet Inniscarra. Sweet Inniscarra (Chauncey Olcott) --
The serenade. Don Jose of Sevilla (W.H. MacDonald, Jessie Bartlett) ; Dreaming, dreaming. Verses 1-3 (Henry Clay Barnabee, George Frothingham, Helena Fredricks) --
The belle of New York. They all follow me ; The Purity Brigade (Edna May) --
The swell Miss Fitzwell. The frog song (May Irwin) --
Pousse Café. Contract scene (Weber & Fields) --
Yankee doodle dandy. O'Hoolihan held the fuse (Thomas Q. Seabrooke) --
A runaway girl. The soldiers in the park, verses 3, 4, 5, & 6 (Ethel Jackson, chorus) --
Hurly burly. Hypnotic scene (Weber & Fields) --
The fortune teller. Opening chorus of schoolgirls ; Always do as people say you should (Alice Nielsen) ; Finale to second act (chorus of trumpets & drums) ; Gypsy love song (Eugene Cowles) --
Kate Kip, buyer. When you ain't got no money, you needn't come around (May Irwin). Disc 2. A romance of Athlone. My wild Irish rose (Chauncey Olcott) --
The rounders. Only a hundred girls in the world for me (Thomas Q. Seabrooke) --
Whirl-i-gig. Drinking scene (Weber & Fields) --
The Rogers Brothers in Central Park. How to play golf in Central Park : scene (Max & Gus Rogers) --
Florodora. Tell me, pretty maiden (Florodora girls) --
The supper club. The maiden with the dreamy eyes (Thomas Q. Seabrooke) --
The toreador. The toreador's song (William H. Thompson) --
Sons of Ham. The phrenologist coon ; All going out and nothing coming in (Bert Williams) ; My little Zulu babe (Bert Williams, George Walker) --
A Chinese honeymoon. I want to be a lidy (Katie Barry) --
The chaperons. It seems like yesterday (Louise Gunning) --
Sally in our alley. Under the bamboo tree (Marie Cahill) --
Twirly whirly. Come down, ma evenin' star (Lillian Russell) --
A prince of tatters. The winding of the yarn ; Whispering breezes (Al H. Wilson) --
When Johnny comes marching home. Suwanee River ; Katie, my southern rose ; My own United States (William H. Thompson) --
Three little maids. Men ; Something sweet about me (Madge Crichton) ; The golf scene (G.P. Huntley, George Carroll) ; My gal Sal (Madge Crichton) ; Girls, girls (George Carroll) --
Mother Goose. Hey there! may there! ; I want to hear a Yankee Doodle tune (George M. Cohan) --
The medal and the maid. In Zanzibar (Emma Carus) --
Piff! Paff! Pouf! Since Dolly Dimple made a hit (Grace Cameron). Disc 3. The Yankee consul. Ain't it funny what a difference just a few hours make? ; In the days of old (Raymond Hitchcock) --
The man from China. Fifty-seven ways to catch a man (Stella Mayhew) --
Love's lottery. Sweet thoughts of home (Ernestine Schumann-Heink) --
Little Johnny Jones. I'm mighty glad I'm living, that's all ; Life's a funny proposition after all (George M. Cohan) --
The watch on the Rhine. In Tyrol (Al H. Wilson) --
Easy Dawson. And the world goes on (Raymond Hitchcock) --
The ham tree. Good-bye, sweet old Manhattan Isle ; On an automobile honeymoon ; Sweethearts in every town (Harry Tally) --
Fritz in Tammany Hall. I'm a woman of importance (Stella Mayhew) --
George Washington, Jr. I was born in Virginia (Ethel Levey) --
Abyssinia. Nobody ; Let it alone ; Here it comes again (Bert Williams) ; Pretty Desdemone (Bert Williams, George Walker) --
Mrs. Wilson, that's all. Mat-ri-mony ; Moses Andrew Jackson, goodbye (May Irwin) --
The Parisian model. I love you, ma chérie (Henri Leoni) --
The white hen. Very well, then (Ralph C. Herz) --
A Yankee tourist. So what's the use? (Raymond Hitchcock) --
Our friend Fritz. Sing me a song Fritz (Joseph Hortiz) --
The soul kiss. That wasn't all (Ralph C. Herz).
Other Titles: Music from the New York stage, 1890-1920

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