My own home town in Ireland

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My own home town in Ireland
Solman, Alfred ( Composer )
Costello, Bartley
Joe Morris Music Co.
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Popular music -- 1911-1920 ( lcsh )


General Note:
First line verse: While the River Shannon's flowing and it sings it's Irish song. First line of chorus: Should you drift along the Shannon some fine day. Instrumentation: For voice and piano.

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Source Institution:
University Of South Florida
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University Of South Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
034146539 ( ALEPH )
861076988 ( OCLC )
I15-00022 ( USFLDC DOI )
i15.22 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Irish Studies

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. 2 My Own Home Town In Ireland Words by BARTLEY COSTELLO l\Iusic by ALFRED SOLMAN Animat_o Recitativo cantabile Should you drift a-long the Shan-non some fine day,, _____ Ive been di:ifting from the Shan-non years and years,_ ____ OoplJright 1915 /Jlf Joe Morris Music Co. 145 W: 45th St. New York. You will I have The Publishers reserve the right to the use of this Music or Melody for Mechanical Instruments. International Copyright Secured. All rights reserved. Albert Australian Agents Sydne. I


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SO.NG OF UNRIVALED EXCELLENCE, BY A f AMED WRJTE.K. -'LFRED SOLMAN'S INCOMPARABLE LOVE 8ALLAJ)1 Words by PAUL BENEDEI< Con spirit<> PUBLISHED IN FOUR KEYS If I Could Live to Love You IThen I would Love to Live.) High Baritone or Mezzo Soprano in C could live __ to love Music by ALFRED SOLMAN you, ) I would love ---sor row, Copyngllt 1!114 hy The Joe Morris Music Co. f45W. 45tfi St NctJJ Yor.t \ The Publishers resnve the r ig'bt to the of this Music or Melody for Meehan ical Instruments. fntn-nationa/ Copvright Securell. All rights rei;nvP.d FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS!