AN AWFUL LITTLE SCRUB

By: GROSSMITH George.:

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London, J. Bath .c1890. With a full colour front cover oval lithograph portrait of the topic of this notable song,signed by Alfred Concanen and written and sung by the noted G & S performer George Grossmith and also sung by Lionel Brough.George Grossmith(1847-1912) After minor acting and performance grossmith was hired to play in Gilbert & Sullivan's the Sorcerer and thereafter stayed with the company 12 years although he contued to undetake and perform his own songs as well. In 1889 he left the company and pursued his own career writing and performing his satirical material in Britain and America.Alfred Concanen is considered amongst the finest lithographic artists of the middle Victorian period. Folio size with music. Condition VG. Rare.

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