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We'll Sing "Hail! Hail! the Gang's All Here" on the Sidewalks of Berlin

words and music by E. Clinton Keithley
Format
Musical Score
Published
Chicago ; New York : Frank K. Root & Co., McKinley Music Co. Owners ; Sydney, Australia : Albert & Son, Australasian Agents, 1918.
Language
English
Variant Title
On the sidewalks of Berlin
Description
1 vocal score ([4] p.) ; 35 cm.
Notes
  • Title from caption title.
  • For voice and piano.
  • Cover design by H: American and allied soldiers march through Berlin; with street sign "Unter den Linden" and a statue of a decapitated horseman entitled "We'llHell'em.".
  • First line of text: Now we all know the Kaiser each day is getting wiser.
  • First line of chorus: We're drivin' 'em back, boys, we're drivin' 'em back.
  • Advertisements for 10 "Late patriotic song successes" on p. [4]
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Bruccoli Great War Collection. Gift of Matthew J. Bruccoli, 1996.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
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