Under the love tree : Popular edition / Words by Seymour Brown ; Music by Bert Grant.
|Main Author:||Grant, Bert, 1878-1951.|
|Corporate Author:||John Arpin Collection - York University.|
|Other Authors:||Grant, Bert, 1878-1951, composer. | Brown, A. Seymour, 1885-1947, lyricist.|
|Format:||Digitized Score Score|
|Published:||New York : Jerome H. Remick and Co., 1911|
|Variant Title:||Under the love tree.|
|Publisher Number:||5086 Remick|
|Digital Bookplate:||Gift of Dr. Mary Jane Esplen; click here to view the bookplate|
|Local Note:||Beatrice Smith|
Gift of Dr. Mary Jane Esplen.
Piano and voice. [instrumentation]
A lit-tle titwillow, at dawn on the hill, Sat merrily chirping lawy, And it came to the ear of a robin red-breast, who chanced to be passing that way. [first line]
Un-der the love tree, We'll gently say with the breeze, We will be so very happy, dear, Just like two honey bees. [first line of refrain]
G major [key]
Popular song. [form/genre]
Two birds on a branch. [illustration]
Gene Buck [engraver]
Jerome H. Remick and Co., New York. [dealer stamp]
Publisher's advertisement on inside front cover and back cover. [note]
3 p. of music ; 35 X 27 cm.
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