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Somewhere in France: (Is the Lily)

words by Philander Johnson ; music by Joseph E. Howard
Format
Musical Score
Published
New York : M. Witmark & Sons, c1917.
Language
English
Variant Title
Somewhere in France is the Lily
Description
1 score (3, [1] p.) ; 36 cm.
Notes
  • Title from caption title.
  • "March ballad" for voice and piano.
  • On cover: Written and sung with great success by the well known composer Jos. E. Howard of Howard & Clark. Lyric by Philander Johnson.
  • Cover design by Starmer: illustration: Woman's face superimposed on a fleur-de-lys; with a battle scene in the background. Inset photograph of Joseph E. Howard.
  • First line of text: One day as morning shed its glow across the eastern sky.
  • First line of chorus: Somewhere in France is the Lily, close y the English Rose.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: D639 .S65 H678 1917: Background color of cover is a deep blue. Advertisements: bottom of p. [2], "I'm longing for someone to love me"; gutter, "Food will win the war. Don't waste it"; bottom of p. 3, "I'm going to follow the boys"; p. [4], excerpt from "Evening brings rest and you." Bruccoli Great War Collection. Gift of Matthew J. Bruccoli.
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: D639 .S65 H678 1917b: Background color of cover is a medium blue. Advertisements: bottom of p. [2], "I'm longing for someone to love me"; without text in gutter; bottom of p. 3, "I'm going to follow the boys"; p. [4], excerpt from "The magic of your eyes." Stamp of Winslow's Music Shop, Naugatuck, on p. [2]-3. Bruccoli Great War Collection. Gift of Matthew J. Bruccoli.
Publisher/plate no.
  • M.W. & Sons 15504-2 M. Witmark & Sons
  • 6781 M. Witmark & Sons
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
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    a| New York : b| M. Witmark & Sons, c| c1917.
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    a| 1 score (3, [1] p.) ; c| 36 cm.
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    a| Title from caption title.
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    a| "March ballad" for voice and piano.
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    a| On cover: Written and sung with great success by the well known composer Jos. E. Howard of Howard & Clark. Lyric by Philander Johnson.
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    a| Cover design by Starmer: illustration: Woman's face superimposed on a fleur-de-lys; with a battle scene in the background. Inset photograph of Joseph E. Howard.
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    a| First line of text: One day as morning shed its glow across the eastern sky.
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    a| First line of chorus: Somewhere in France is the Lily, close y the English Rose.
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    a| SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: D639 .S65 H678 1917: Background color of cover is a deep blue. Advertisements: bottom of p. [2], "I'm longing for someone to love me"; gutter, "Food will win the war. Don't waste it"; bottom of p. 3, "I'm going to follow the boys"; p. [4], excerpt from "Evening brings rest and you." Bruccoli Great War Collection. Gift of Matthew J. Bruccoli.
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    a| SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: D639 .S65 H678 1917b: Background color of cover is a medium blue. Advertisements: bottom of p. [2], "I'm longing for someone to love me"; without text in gutter; bottom of p. 3, "I'm going to follow the boys"; p. [4], excerpt from "The magic of your eyes." Stamp of Winslow's Music Shop, Naugatuck, on p. [2]-3. Bruccoli Great War Collection. Gift of Matthew J. Bruccoli.
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    a| Howard, Joseph E. q| (Joseph Edgar), d| 1878-1961 v| Portraits.
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    a| World War, 1914-1918 v| Songs and music.
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    a| Popular music z| United States.
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    a| Marches (Voice with piano)
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    a| Johnson, Philander Chase, d| 1866-1939.
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