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Trench songs

Trench songs

 
 
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Summary

compiled by Lieut. Jack Frost.. (statement of responsibility)
Chiefly songs for voice and piano, with some choruses for male or mixed voices.
Staff notation. (language)
All we do is sign the payroll / arranged by Harold Spencer -- The infantry / arranged by Harold Spencer -- I wouldn't be an M. P. / Harold Spencer -- I, Maggie and me / arranged by Harold Spencer -- Down by the lane / arranged by Harold Spencer -- The watermelon hangin' on the vine / arranged by Harold Spencer -- There was a youth who loved a maid : mock ballad / arranged by Harold Spencer -- I wonder where she sleeps to-night / arranged by Harold Spencer -- The song of the private / arranged by Harold Spencer -- When I come back to you / Words and music by Lieut. Jack Frost -- Love in the stock yards : mock ballad / arranged by Frank L. Waller -- When the star-shells are gleaming / arranged by Harold Spencer -- There'll be no show to-night / words and music by Lieut. Jack Frost -- An' that ain't all / arranged by Harold Spencer -- There's a red light on the track for Boozer Brown / Harold Spencer -- Artillery song : or the dough-boys go marching along / arranged by Harold Spencer -- Old Noah he was never broke / words and music by Lieut. Jack Frost -- The wonderful day when I get home / words and music by Lieut. Jack Frost -- We gave 'em hell / arranged by Harold Spencer.

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Date

01/01/1919
person

Contributors

Frost, Jack -- 1893-1959
Spencer, Harold -- (Composer) (arranger_of_music)
Waller, Frank L. (arranger_of_music)
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Source

Library of Congress
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