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Why are the girls so fond of me?

Sheet Music
1906 (published)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Sheet music for Why are the girls so fond of me?, written and composed by Fred Murray and George Everard, sung by Charles Lilburn, published by Francis, Day & Hunter, London, circa 1906.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Parts
This object consists of 3 parts.
(Some alternative part names are also shown below)
  • Sheet Music
  • Prints
  • Sheet Music
  • Prints
  • Sheet Music
  • Prints
Materials and Techniques
Sepia print, Intermediate pages composed of printed text.
Brief Description
Sheet music for Why are the girls so fond of me?, written and composed by Fred Murray and George Everard, sung by Charles Lilburn, published by Francis, Day & Hunter, London, circa 1906
Physical Description
Sheet music for Why are the girls so fond of me?, written and composed by Fred Murray and George Everard, sung by Charles Lilburn, published by Francis, Day & Hunter, London, circa 1906.
Dimensions
  • Front cover height: 36cm (approx)
  • Front cover width: 25.7cm
Credit line
Given by George Rose
Association
Literary ReferenceOh! Chantecler.
Summary
Sheet music for Why are the girls so fond of me?, written and composed by Fred Murray and George Everard, sung by Charles Lilburn, published by Francis, Day & Hunter, London, circa 1906.
Collection
Accession Number
S.435-1989

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record createdJune 27, 2014
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