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The Merriest Girl That's Out

Sheet Music
ca. 19th century (published)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

The music hall star Annie Adams (1843-1905) first achieved fame in 1862. With her big voice, big personality and big physique she sang both comic songs and serious ballads and became known as 'Queen of the Serio-Comic Vocalists'


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Colour lithograph, printed ink on paper. Intermediate pages composed of printed text.
Brief Description
Music sheet for The Merriest Girl that's out, by Charles Merion, sung by Miss Annie Adams (1843-1905), published by Metzler & Co., ca. 1864
Physical Description
Colour lithograph, sheet music cover and music for The Merriest Girl that's Out.

The cover features Miss Annie Adams.
Dimensions
  • Front cover height: 33cm (approx)
  • Front cover width: 24.5cm
Credit line
Gabrielle Enthoven Collection



Subject depicted
Association
Summary
The music hall star Annie Adams (1843-1905) first achieved fame in 1862. With her big voice, big personality and big physique she sang both comic songs and serious ballads and became known as 'Queen of the Serio-Comic Vocalists'
Collection
Accession Number
S.3658-2013

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record createdOctober 3, 2013
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