CAROLINE,WILL YOU LOVE THIS GIPSY MAN

By: STEVENS George A.:

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CAROLINE,WILL YOU LOVE THIS GIPSY MAN by STEVENS George A.:
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London, Shapiro,Von Tilzer Music .1906. With a monochrome front cover including a portrait of the music hall singer Florrie Gallimore . The composer George A. Stevens( died 1954) was responsible for I'm Shy Mary Ellen I'm Shy, On Mother Kelly's Doorstep and a couple of lesser songs according to Kilgarriff but this one is not listed. Florrie Gallimore (1867-1944) was the sister of another performer Arthur Kenyon and has ¾ of a page of songs from her repertoire listed by Kilgarriff and worked the halls over many years but has only slim references to her, a couple of general paragraphs by MacQueen Pope and the rest silence . Folio with music A small blemish(loss) on the portrait but not affecting the portrait of Gallimore else condition VG.

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