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Songs and music
|Named Person:||Blanche Ring; Blanche Ring|
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John H Flynn; Blanche Ring; Will D Cobb; Joe Weber; Robert Teller Sons & Dorner.
|Notes:||For voice and piano; also performed in the musical The merry widow and the Devil.
Illustrated list t.p.: green/red/white; drawing of a woman dancing to a leering musician playing the cello; photo. of Blanche Ring.
Title from caption.
"Song sensation of London and Paris introduced in America by the incomparable Blanche Ring in Joe Weber's satire 'The merry widow and the Devil'."
"Teller, Sons & Dorner, New York"--P. 5.
Advertisement and excerpts for A M O on p. ; for The gem dance folio for 1910, with illustrated covers and contents, on p. .
|Description:||1 score (5,  p.) ; 35 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Merry widow and the Devil.
Young Herman Von Bellow, a musical fellow, played on a big cello each night.
|Responsibility:||words by Will D. Cobb ; music by John H. Flynn.|
- Songs with piano.
- Popular music -- United States -- 1901-1910.
- Musicals -- Excerpts.
- Cellists -- Songs and music.
- Musicians -- Songs and music.
- Dancers -- Songs and music.
- Ring, Blanche, -- 1871-1961 -- Portraits.
- Ring, Blanche, -- 1871-1961.
- Popular music.
- United States.