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Sheet Music - Something Else
  • Something Else
    Everard, George, born 1873 - died 1907
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Something Else

  • Object:

    Sheet Music

  • Place of origin:

    London (printed)

  • Date:

    ca. late 19th century (printed and published)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Everard, George, born 1873 - died 1907 (composers)
    Darnley, Herbert (lyricists)
    Howard & Co (printers and publishers)
    H.G. Ranks (lithographers)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Lithograph

  • Credit Line:

    Gabrielle Enthoven Collection

  • Museum number:

    S.351-2012

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Music sheet cover for 'Something Else', written by Herbert Darnley, composed by George Everard, sung by Ada Reeve, published by Hopwood and Crew Ltd. , ca. late 19th century.

Physical description

Cover of the sheet music for 'Something Else'. In the right side of the page is an image of Miss Ada Reeve, taken from a photo by Ellis & Walery. On the top left side is image of ballerinas with a man. Beneath this image is a man in a cart with a whip and says "what the _". The chorus of the song are printed above and below the image. In addition, the credits are printed at the top and bottom of the page.

Place of Origin

London (printed)

Date

ca. late 19th century (printed and published)

Artist/maker

Everard, George, born 1873 - died 1907 (composers)
Darnley, Herbert (lyricists)
Howard & Co (printers and publishers)
H.G. Ranks (lithographers)

Materials and Techniques

Lithograph

Marks and inscriptions

'THIS SONG MUST NOT BE SUNG IN MUSIC HALLS & THEATRES, WITHOUT PERMISSION /SOMETHING ELSE/ (THE GOOD YOUNG MAN GIVES THE BALLET GIRLS TRACTS.)/
1ST CHORUS/AND SOMETHING ELSE. AND SOMETHING ELSE,/TO EACH BEGINS SUCH KIND ADVICE: JUST AS A FATHER WOULD,/AND WHEN SOME SAUSCY GIRL REMARKS "YOUNG MAN PLEASE DON'T INTRUDE",/ HE ROLLS HIS PIOUS EYES AND SAYS "I'M HERE TO DO YOU GOOD",/ AND SOMETHING ELSE, AND SOMETHING ELSE./
2ND CHORUS/ AND SOMETHING ELSE, AND SOMETHING ELSE/"A BLOOMIN' BOB? WELL, STRIKE ME PINK! THIS IS IMMENSEKOFF"/THE WAY I'VE WHIPPED THE MARE TO, AND HER FEED SHE'S FAILRY OFF,/HE SAYS "SO WHELP ME TATERS-YOU'RE A PRETTY SORT OF "TOFF!-/AND SOMETHING ELSE, AND SOMETHING ELSE./
FROM A PHOTO BY ELLIS & WALERY BAKER ST. W./
WRITTEN BY HERBERT DARNLEY,/COMPOSED BY GEORGE EVERARD/SUNG BY MISS ADA REEVE/COPYRIGHT HOPWOOD & CREW LTD/ LATE HOWARD & CO MUSIC PUBLISHERS AND PRINTERS, 25, GREAT MARLBOROUGH ST. LONDON, W./NEW YORK;W.B. GRAY & CO 16 WEST 27TH STREET./COPYRIGHT MDCCCXCIX IN THE UNITED STATES OF MAERCA, BY HOWARD & CO./H.G. RANKS LITH.
Text on front of cover.

Dimensions

Height: 34.5 cm, Width: 24.5 cm

Descriptive line

Music sheet cover for 'Something Else', written by Herbert Darnley, composed by George Everard, sung by Ada Reeve, published by Hopwood and Crew Ltd., ca. late 19th century

Materials

Paper; Ink

Techniques

Lithography

Categories

Entertainment & Leisure; Prints

Collection

Theatre and Performance Collection

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