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List of G.W Hunt's Songs at the Oxford University libraries' online catalogue

G.W. Hunt wrote many of the songs that Arthur Lloyd sung

Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880., The barber : comic song : adapted to Offenbach's celebrated sabre song from the "Grand Duchess" / written by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Miss Annie Adams. (London : Duncan Davison & Co., [ca. 1880?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Old Sarah Walker / written & composed by G.W. Hunt ; [arranged by Willem Vandervell] ; sung ... by James Taylor, Fred Buckingham and Kate Harley. (London : John Alvey Turner, [ca. 1870])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Dolly Dot / written by Harry Hunter ; composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung by Henri Clark. (London : H. D'Alcorn, [1873].)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The Frenchman, or Tra la la, bon / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by Henri Clark. (London : Ashdown & Parry, [1873].)

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Winner, Septimus, 1827-1902., The Frenchman's tabby tom cat / written by G. W. Hunt ; [composed by Sep. Winner] ; sung ... by Henri Clarke [sic]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1870.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The nautical swell : [or, I feel so much safer on land] / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; [arranged by William Sim] ; sung ... by Henri Clark. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1882?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Cook's excursion, or, She played tink-a-tink / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung ... by James Hillier]. (London : H. D'Alcorn & Co., [1873])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Over the hills and far away, or, True british sport / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by Jovial Joe Colverd (England's John Bull). (London : Charles Sheard & Co., [ca. 1890])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Jacob Schmidt / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred Coyne ; [sym. and accompaniments by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The piano girl / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred Coyne ; [arranged by William Sim]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., She suits me down to the ground / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred Coyne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876])

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Whitehouse, E. , Angelina Brown / written by G.W. Hunt ; [arranged by E. Whitehouse] ; sung ... by Fred French. (London : [Hopwood & Crew], [1865])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The rustic young beauty / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sym. and accompts. M. Hobson ; sung by] Fred French. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Away down Holborn Hill : comic song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Kate Harley and Fred French. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1862])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Fie for shame!, or, What would Mamma say? / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by James Hillier. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Fie for shame!, or, What would Mamma say? / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by James Hillier. (London : J. Bath, [ca. 1880?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The belle of the ball : humorous song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt. (London : R. Maynard, [ca. 1920].)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Pretty Carolina : comic song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [arranged by William [sic] Vandervell]. (London : W. Paxton, [ca 1885?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Awfully clever / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Awfully clever / [written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The belle of the ball : humorous song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1873?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The belle of the ball : humorous song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : J. Bath, [ca. 1875?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Bom! bom! bom!, or, The tragedy of pretty Polly Pringle / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1873?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Don't make a noise or else you'll wake the baby : Leybourne's great song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The fairy Queen / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1875?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Father says I may / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Gold, gold, gold! / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., He is the man for me my boys / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [sym. and accompaniments composed and arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1870])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., It don't suit Charley Baker / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Leybourne's love song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1885])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The kiss behind the door, or, Where's Rosanna gone / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Mother says I musn't / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1876])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Parisian 'Arry, or, The cockney abroad / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1875])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Real Jam, or, Sweeter than marmalade : Leybourne's great song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by George Leybourne]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., That's where you make the mistake / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., There's nothing new under the sun, or, The same old thing / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by ... George Leybourne. (London : Francis Bros. & Day, [ca. 1880])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Up in a balloon / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1868])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Under the sea / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : J. Bath, [ca. 1875?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., When youv'e got the money you're a brick, brick, brick [sic] : George Leybourne's great song / words by J. Fell ; music by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by] George Leybourne. (London : Howard & Co., [1881])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Where's my Dolly gone, or, The countryman's visit to London / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [sym. and accompaniments by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1870.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The blighted gardener, or, Cabbages and turniptops : an agricultural song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1869.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Brown the tragedian : No matter! / written [and composed] by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Arthur Lloyd. (London : H. D'Alcorn & Co., 1870.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Arthur Lloyd's song of The Dutch clock man / written and composed ... by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Arthur Lloyd]. (London : H. D'Alcorn & Co., [1873])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The German band : Arthur Lloyd's great song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Arthur Lloyd]. (London : H. D'Alcorn, [1865])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Good-bye John, or, The lass that loved a sailor : Arthur Lloyd's great comic song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Arthur Lloyd]. (London : J.W. Trayhearne, [1868?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The organ grinder : Arthur Lloyd's great song / written and composed ... by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Arthur Lloyd]. (London : J. Campbell & Co., [ca 1865])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Macdermott's war song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by G.H. Macdermott]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1877?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Macdermott's war song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by G.H. Macdermott]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1877?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The time is coming / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Walter Munroe. (London : Francis Bros. & Day, [1885])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Up in a balloon : ladies version / written ... by Mrs. Agnes Power ; composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Miss Nelly Power. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., [The horse guards baloo! : "We are there"] ; Hillier's great song of the blues / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Ralph Pringle ; [sung by James Hillier]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The alpine hat : the immensely popular comic song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Harry Rickards. (London : H. D'Alcorn, 1870.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., I wish I was a fish, or, Sweet Polly Primrose / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Harry Rickards. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1869.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., That's when you feel it / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Harry Rickards ; [arranged by William Sim]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Awfully awful / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Miss Kate Santley. (London : J.B. Cramer & Co., [1878?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The bell goes a ringing for Sa-i-rah / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Kate Santley. (London : H. D'Alcorn, [ca. 1873])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The afternoon crawl / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Vance. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1877])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Old Brown's daughter / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Vance. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Sweet Jenny : Where can she be / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Vance ; [arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1865])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Abyssinian gold, or, She was such a nice young girl / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred French. (London : Duff & Stewart, [1871])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The afternoon crawl / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Vance. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1877])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The awistoquatic actaw [sic] / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Henri Clark. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1884])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Bloomsbury Square / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The custom of the country / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Henri Clark. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876])

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Maclagan, T. , The gal from Pensylvania, or, Sam's Sally / written ... by G.W. Hunt ; music by T. Maclagan ; sung ... by T. Maclagan. (London : L'Enfant & Hodgkins, [1862])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Gold, gold, gold! / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Here I am, Lucinda! / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Harry Yorke. (London : Willey & Co., [1879])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Here stands a young man who wants a sweetheart / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by The Great Vance. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1869.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., I always take it easy / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Mr. Nash. (London : Weippert & Co., [1869])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., I don't know you / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred Coyne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., I should like to be an alligator / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., I'm a dad dad dad! / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by J.W. Rowley. (London : Howard & Co., [1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., I'm not such a saint as I look / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Henri Clark. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876?])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., It's nice to be a father / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Harry Rickards. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1870])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., It's only the Major / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne. (London : Charles Sheard, [1879])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Jeames / written by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by T. Maclagan. (London : L'Enfant & Hodgkins, [1862])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Life is like a game of see saw / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by J.W. Rowley. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Mother says I musn't / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1870])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The nautical swell : [or, I feel so much safer on land] / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; [arranged by William Sim] ; sung ... by Henri Clark. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., New Jerusalam [sic], or, Cruel Jane Jemima / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred Coyne. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1869])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., The nice looking girl / written by Mrs. Harriet Bowmer ; composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Miss Ruth Stanley, Mrs Bowmer, and Julia Burns. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1865])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., On the sly, or, We all have our funny little ways / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Herbert Campbell ; [arranged by William Sim]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Run for the doctor / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Herbert Campbell ; [arranged by William Sim]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.)

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Serve him right!, or, A good job too / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Herbert Campbell. (London : J.A. Turner, [1877])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., She does the fandango all over the place : Henri Clark's great song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Henri Clark ; arranged by Ernest J. Symons]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1884])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Sour krout's farewell, or, The German's return to his Vaterland / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by James Hillier. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., To all in want of money : a caution / written by A Private Gent ; composed by G.W. Hunt. (London : Howard & Co., [1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Waiting for the signal : Macdermott's new war song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by G.H. Macdermott ; arranged by William Sim]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1878])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., What are you up to Jane? / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by William Sim]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., When she says she will, she does!, or, The maid with a will of her own / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Henri Clark ; sung also by H.P. Matthews. (London : J.A.Turner, [1877])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., When the band begins to play : G.W. Hunt's new song / written, composed and sung by ... Miss Annie Adams ; [arranged by Vincent Davies]. (London : Weippert & Co., [1871])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., She's as sweet as a lump of Obadiah rock / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung .... by J.W. Rowley. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1887])

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Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904., Ditto repeato, or, Over again / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by G.H. Macdermott ; [arranged by George Ison]. (London : Hopwood & Crew, [1888])

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Hatton, John Liptrott, 1809-1886., I'm dry sweet tart : ballad / the words by G.W. Hunt ; the music by J.L. Hatton ; sung ... by E.W. Mackney ; arranged with banjo accompaniment by Charles F. Read. (London : Alfred Hays, [1890])

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Record #1 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The barber : comic song : adapted to Offenbach's
celebrated sabre song from the "Grand Duchess"
/ written by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Miss Annie Adams.
Author: Offenbach, Jacques, 1819-1880.
Publisher: London : Duncan Davison & Co., [ca. 1880?]
Date: [ca. 1880?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: First line: A barber lov'd a charmer nam'd Maria.
First line of chorus: She's jilted the barber.
Pictorial t.p.:T.W. Lee, lith., from photo by the
Stereoscopic Cpy.
Portrait on t.p.: Annie Adams.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Operas Excerpts, Arranged. --Excerpts, Arranged.
Alternate Title: Grande duchesse de Gérolstein. Voici le sabre de mon
père; arr.
Barber lov'd a charmer nam'd Maria
She's jilted the barber
Other Names: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904. Adams, Annie, 1843-1905.
Lee, Thomas W. lithographer
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2
LCN: 15030140

Record #2 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Old Sarah Walker / written & composed by G.W.
Hunt ; [arranged by Willem Vandervell] ; sung ... by James
Taylor, Fred Buckingham and Kate Harley.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : John Alvey Turner, [ca. 1870]
Date: [ca. 1870]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: My friends I'm glad to see tho' perhaps you
don't know me.
First line of chorus: Tol de dol de dol diddle dol de
dey.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Concanen & Siebe, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred Buckingham.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: My friends I'm glad to see tho' perhaps you don't know me
Tol de dol de dol diddle dol de dey
Other Names: Vandervell, Willem. Taylor, James, 1838-1895.
Buckingham, Fred. Harley, Kate. Concanen, Alfred,
1835-1886.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 405
LCN: 15040514

Record #3 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Dolly Dot / written by Harry Hunter ; composed by G.
W. Hunt ; sung by Henri Clark.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : H. D'Alcorn, [1873].
Date: [1873].
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'm told that once there lived a maid.
First line of the chorus: Dolly Dot was handsome.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): R. Childs, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Manufacturer No.: H. D. 984; H. D'Alcorn
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: I'm told that once there lived a maid
Dolly Dot was handsome
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Hunter, Harry. Childs,
Richard.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 614
LCN: 15058190

Record #4 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The Frenchman, or Tra la la, bon / written and
composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by Henri Clark.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Ashdown & Parry, [1873].
Date: [1873].
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : port ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: When I first came here from Paree.
First line of the chorus: Tral la la la! Tral la la la.
Pictorial t.p.: W. Spalding, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Manufacturer No.: A & P. 13,811; Ashdown & Parry
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Tra la la, bon
She could sing tra la la, bon
When I first came here from Paree
Tral la la la tral la la la
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Spalding, William.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 615
LCN: 15058207

Record #5 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The Frenchman's tabby tom cat / written by G. W. Hunt
; [composed by Sep. Winner] ; sung ... by Henri Clarke
[sic].
Author: Winner, Septimus, 1827-1902.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1870.
Date: 1870.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: O have you seen my pussy tom cat.
First line of the chorus: O where, O where is my tabby tom
cat.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Uses the tune of the nursery rhyme "Oh where, oh
where has my little dog gone?".
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1880; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Cats Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: O have you seen my pussy tom cat
O where o where is my tabby tom cat
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 616
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15058298

Record #6 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The nautical swell : [or, I feel so much safer on
land] / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; [arranged by
William Sim] ; sung ... by Henri Clark.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1882?]
Date: [1882?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some fellows do the nautical.
First line of the chorus: It's all very well for a
nautical swell.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): T. Packer, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Words printed separatley on p. 5.
This is a later issue of a song published in 1878.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1990; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Motion sickness Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Boats and boating Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I feel so much safer on land
Some fellows do the nautical
It's all very well for a nautical swell
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Sim, William, d. 1885. Packer,
T.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 620
LCN: 15058449

Record #7 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Cook's excursion, or, She played tink-a-tink /
written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung ... by James
Hillier].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : H. D'Alcorn & Co., [1873]
Date: [1873]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Of course you have heard of that Mister Cook.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Manufacturer No.: H. D. 871; H. D'Alcorn & Co.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Cook's excursionist
She played tink-a-tink
Of course you have heard of that Mister Cook
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 619
LCN: 15058744

Record #8 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Over the hills and far away, or, True british sport
/ written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by Jovial
Joe Colverd (England's John Bull).
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Charles Sheard & Co., [ca. 1890]
Date: [ca. 1890]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Which is the famous land for sport.
First line of the chorus: Over the hills and far away.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Joe Colverd.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Sport Songs and music. --Songs and music.--Great Britain
Hunt riding Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Great Britain Songs and music. --Songs and music.--Sport
Alternate Title: True british sport
Which is the famous land for sport
Other Names: Colverd, Joe. Banks, H. G.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 734
LCN: 15062811

Record #9 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Jacob Schmidt / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ;
sung ... by Fred Coyne ; [sym. and accompaniments by M.
Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.
Date: 1878.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I met a pretty German girl.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred Coyne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1936; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Jacob Schmidt vere vos you
I met a pretty German girl
Other Names: Coyne, Fred, 1845-1886. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 824
LCN: 15064907

Record #10 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The piano girl / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ;
sung ... by Fred Coyne ; [arranged by William Sim].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879]
Date: [1879]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. ill. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'm of romantic turn of mind I don't mind
telling you.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2054; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Deception Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I'm of romantic turn of mind I don't mind telling you
Other Names: Coyne, Fred, 1845-1886. Sim, William, d. 1885. Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 827
LCN: 15064975

Record #11 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: She suits me down to the ground / written and
composed by G. W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred Coyne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876]
Date: [1876]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some in the fine arts will fondly delight.
First line of the chorus: She suits me down to the
ground.
Pictorial t.p.: T. Packer, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred Coyne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1721; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Fair Isabel
Some in the fine arts will fondly delight
Other Names: Coyne, Fred, 1845-1886. Packer, T.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 828
LCN: 15064992

Record #12 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Angelina Brown / written by G.W. Hunt ; [arranged by
E. Whitehouse] ; sung ... by Fred French.
Author: Whitehouse, E.
Publisher: London : [Hopwood & Crew], [1865]
Date: [1865]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. ill. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'll tell you what befel me once.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Concanen, Lee & Siebe, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred French.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 500; [Hopwood & Crew]
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Seaside resorts Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Husbands and wives Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Ramsgate (England) Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I'll tell you what befel me once
Other Names: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904. French, Fred, singer.
Concanen, Lee & Siebe
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 1343
LCN: 15082126

Record #13 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The rustic young beauty / written and composed by
G.W. Hunt ; [sym. and accompts. M. Hobson ; sung by] Fred
French.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878?]
Date: [ca. 1878?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: If you list I will sing you a S.O.N.G.
First line of chorus: A rustic young beauty.
Pictorial t.p.: T.W. Lee, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred French.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 980; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Marriage proposals Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Marriage Songs and music. --Songs and music.--Parental
consent
Suicide Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: If you list I will sing you a S.O.N.G.
Rustic young beauty
Other Names: French, Fred, singer. Hobson, M. (Martin). Lee, Thomas
W. lithographer
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 1345
LCN: 15082215

Record #14 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Away down Holborn Hill : comic song / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Kate Harley and Fred
French.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1862]
Date: [ca. 1862]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. ill. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I was promenading out one lovely morn.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Concanen & Lee, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred French.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 455; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Holborn (London, England) Songs and music. --Songs and
music.
Alternate Title: I was promenading out one lovely morn
Other Names: Harley, Kate. French, Fred, singer Concanen & Lee
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 1580
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15087953

Record #15 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Fie for shame!, or, What would Mamma say? / written
and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by James Hillier.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878]
Date: [ca. 1878]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Now some girls are bashful.
First line of chorus: Oh, my! fie for shame.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: James Hillier.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2625; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: What would Mamma say
Now some girls are bashful
Oh my fie for shame
Other Names: Hillier, James, 1840-1874. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 1684
LCN: 15090878

Record #16 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Fie for shame!, or, What would Mamma say? / written
and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by James Hillier.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : J. Bath, [ca. 1880?]
Date: [ca. 1880?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Now some girls are bashful.
First line of chorus: Oh, my! fie for shame.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: James Hillier.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: 2625; J. Bath
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: What would Mamma say
Now some girls are bashful
Oh my fie for shame
Other Names: Hillier, James, 1840-1874. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 1685
LCN: 15090894

Record #17 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The belle of the ball : humorous song / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Edition: 50th. edition.
Publisher: London : R. Maynard, [ca. 1920].
Date: [ca. 1920].
Description: 1 score (5 p.) ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: To a ball one night I was invited.
First line of chorus: This is the belle of the ball.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Balls (Parties) Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: To a ball one night I was invited
This is the belle of the ball
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 1718
LCN: 15091795

Record #18 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Pretty Carolina : comic song / written and composed
by G.W. Hunt ; [arranged by William [sic] Vandervell].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : W. Paxton, [ca 1885?]
Date: [ca 1885?]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Chin chin chow.
First line of chorus: Chin chin pretty Carolina.
Words printed separately on p. 4.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Chinese Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Chow chow chopsticks
Chin chin chow
Chin chin pretty Carolina
Other Names: Vandervell, Willem.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 1719
LCN: 15091802

Record #19 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Awfully clever / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ;
sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871]
Date: [ca. 1871]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'm a fella who doesn't like bothar.
First line of chorus: But they tell me I'm awfully
clevar.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2219; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: I'm a fella [sic] who doesn't like bothar [sic]
I'm a fellow who doesn't like bother
But they tell me I'm awfully clevar [sic]
But they tell me I'm awfully clever
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2177
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2178
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2179
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15101952

Record #20 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Awfully clever / [written and composed by G.W. Hunt ;
sung ... by George Leybourne ; arranged by M. Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878]
Date: [ca. 1878]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'm a fella who doesn't like bothar.
First line of chorus: But they tell me I'm awfully
clevar.
Has incorrect title page. Title page which is present is
for "Bloomsbury Square" written and composed by
G.W. Hunt and sung by George Leybourne in 1878. No music
for "Bloomsbury Square" is present.
Pictorial t.p. of "Bloomsbury square" (col.):
Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p. of "Bloomsbury square": George
Leybourne.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1539; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: I'm a fella [sic] who doesn't like bothar [sic]
I'm a fellow who doesn't like bother
But they tell me I'm awfully clevar [sic]
But they tell me I'm awfully clever
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Alternate Title: Bloomsbury Square.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2180
LCN: 15101961

Record #21 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The belle of the ball : humorous song / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1873?]
Date: [1873?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 35 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: To a ball one night I was invited.
First line of chorus: This is the belle of the ball.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Stannard & Son, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2515; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Balls (Parties) Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: To a ball one night I was invited
This is the belle of the ball
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Stannard & Son
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2181
LCN: 15101973

Record #22 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The belle of the ball : humorous song / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : J. Bath, [ca. 1875?]
Date: [ca. 1875?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 35 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: To a ball one night I was invited.
First line of chorus: This is the belle of the ball.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): [Stannard & Son], lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: 2515; J. Bath
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Balls (Parties) Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: To a ball one night I was invited
This is the belle of the ball
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Stannard & Son
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2182
LCN: 15101987

Record #23 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Bom! bom! bom!, or, The tragedy of pretty Polly
Pringle / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by
George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1873?]
Date: [ca. 1873?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'll sing a tale, and I'll tell a song.
First line of chorus: For his bom! bom! bom.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2139; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Police Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Unrequited love Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Tragedy of pretty Polly Pringle
I'll sing a tale and I'll tell a song
For his bom bom bom
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2184
LCN: 15102017

Record #24 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Don't make a noise or else you'll wake the baby :
Leybourne's great song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt
; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876]
Date: [1876]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 33 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: If you'll perceive my bosom heave.
First line of chorus: Don't make a noise, or else you'll
wake the baby.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alferd Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1760; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Infants Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Fathers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: If you'll perceive my bosom heave
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2195
LCN: 15102359

Record #25 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The fairy Queen / written and composed by G. W. Hunt
; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1875?]
Date: [ca. 1875?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I've heard folks sing of "home, sweet
home".
First line of chorus:Oh, my Maria's a fairy queen.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2615; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Entertainers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I've heard folks sing of home sweet home
Oh my Maria's a fairy queen
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2198
LCN: 15102459

Record #26 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Father says I may / written and composed by G.W. Hunt
; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M. Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871]
Date: [ca. 1871]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: When I was courting Nellie Clair.
First line of chorus: Father says I may.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2381; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Fathers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: When I was courting Nellie Clair
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2199
LCN: 15102525

Record #27 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Gold, gold, gold! / written and composed by G.W. Hunt
; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876]
Date: [1876]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: We oft read of the power.
First line of chorus: Gold, gold, gold.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1572; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Gold Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Money Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: We oft read of the power
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2201
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2202
LCN: 15102567

Record #28 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: He is the man for me my boys / written and composed
by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [sym. and
accompaniments composed and arranged by M. Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1870]
Date: [ca. 1870]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I sing hurrah for our "hearts of
oak".
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2369; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: I sing hurrah for our hearts of oak
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2205
LCN: 15102653

Record #29 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: It don't suit Charley Baker / written and composed by
G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871]
Date: [ca. 1871]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Of sharps and flats this world's composed.
First line of chorus: It don't suit Charley Baker.
Pictorial t.p.: Hanhart, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1704; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Of sharps and flats this world's composed
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hanhart
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2212
LCN: 15102762

Record #30 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Leybourne's love song / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1885]
Date: [ca. 1885]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Love, love, oh, what is love.
First line of chorus: Oh, love! beautiful love.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2478; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Love Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Love song
Love love oh what is love
Oh love beautiful love
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2213
LCN: 15102773

Record #31 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The kiss behind the door, or, Where's Rosanna gone /
written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George
Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871]
Date: [ca. 1871]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: O once I was as gay.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2305; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Fathers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Sorrow Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Where's Rosanna gone
O once I was as gay
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2214
LCN: 15102781

Record #32 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Mother says I musn't / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M.
Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1876]
Date: [ca. 1876]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 35 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I fell in love with a pretty girl.
First line of chorus: Mother says I musn't.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2275; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I fell in love with a pretty girl
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2216
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2217
LCN: 15102874

Record #33 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Parisian 'Arry, or, The cockney abroad / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1875]
Date: [ca. 1875]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 35 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some fellers are so orful fond of Marget.
First line of chorus: I'm called Parisian 'Arry.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2480; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Cockneys Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Paris (France) Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Cockney abroad
Parisian Harry
Some fellers are so orful fond of Marget
Some fellows are so awful fond of Margate
I'm called Parisian 'Arry
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2224
LCN: 15102998

Record #34 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Real Jam, or, Sweeter than marmalade : Leybourne's
great song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by
George Leybourne].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.
Date: 1878.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some get into debt, some get into jail.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1949; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Love Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Women Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Sweeter than marmalade
Some get into debt some get into jail
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2229
LCN: 15103163

Record #35 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: That's where you make the mistake / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ;
[arranged by M. Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871]
Date: [ca. 1871]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 35 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some folks think they're awfully clever.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2140; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Some folks think they're awfully clever
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2234
LCN: 15103288

Record #36 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: There's nothing new under the sun, or, The same old
thing / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by ...
George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Francis Bros. & Day, [ca. 1880]
Date: [ca. 1880]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: This world of ours goes round and round.
First line of chorus: 'Tis the same thing over again.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: F & D. 1136; Francis Bros. & Day
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Same old thing
This world of ours goes round and round
Tis the same thing over again
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2235
LCN: 15103315

Record #37 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Up in a balloon / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ;
sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1868]
Date: [1868]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: One night I went up in a balloon.
First line of chorus: Up in a balloon.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1456; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Hot air balloons Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Outer space Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: One night I went up in a balloon
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Maguire, H. C., fl. ca. 1850-1880
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2239
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15103358

Record #38 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Under the sea / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ;
sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : J. Bath, [ca. 1875?]
Date: [ca. 1875?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: The other night I went to bed.
First line of chorus: This is what I saw when dreaming.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: 2649; J. Bath
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Dreams Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Other night I went to bed
This is what I saw when dreaming
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2240
LCN: 15103366

Record #39 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: When youv'e got the money you're a brick, brick,
brick [sic] : George Leybourne's great song / words by J.
Fell ; music by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by] George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Howard & Co., [1881]
Date: [1881]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: What a lot of dear old pals we have.
First line of chorus: When you've got the money you're a
brick, brick, brick.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen,lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Caption credits Geo. Leybourne as composer.
Manufacturer No.: H & Co. 1067; Howard & Co.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Friendship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Wealth Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: What a lot of dear old pals we have
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Fell, J., songwriter. Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2241
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15103411

Record #40 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Where's my Dolly gone, or, The countryman's visit to
London / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by
George Leybourne ; [sym. and accompaniments by M.
Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1870.
Date: 1870.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: It's just ten days ago.
First line of chorus: O! where's my Dolly gone to.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1868; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
London (England) Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Countryman's visit to London
It's just ten days ago
O where's my Dolly gone to
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2242
LCN: 15103431

Record #41 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The blighted gardener, or, Cabbages and turniptops :
an agricultural song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ;
sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1869.
Date: 1869.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I once kept a garden.
First line of chorus: My cabbages and my turniptops.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1705; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Gardeners Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Unrequited love Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Cabbages and turniptops
I once kept a garden
My cabbages and my turniptops
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2284
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15104506

Record #42 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Brown the tragedian : No matter! / written [and
composed] by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Arthur Lloyd.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : H. D'Alcorn & Co., 1870.
Date: 1870.
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I am an actor who's seen better days.
First line of chorus: I've been a bright star in my time.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Rd. Childs, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Manufacturer No.: H. D. 833; H. D'Alcorn & Co.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Actors Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Junius Brown the tragedian
No matter
I am an actor who's seen better days
I've been a bright star in my time
Other Names: Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904. Childs, Richard
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2331
LCN: 15106037

Record #43 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Arthur Lloyd's song of The Dutch clock man / written
and composed ... by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Arthur Lloyd].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : H. D'Alcorn & Co., [1873]
Date: [1873]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Dere liv'd a von Dooshman.
Pictorial t.p.: Concanen & Siebe, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd.
Manufacturer No.: H. D. 379; H. D'Alcorn & Co.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Clock and watch makers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: The Dutch clock man
Dere liv'd a von Dooshman
There lived a von Dutchman
Other Names: Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904. Concanen & Siebe
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2340
LCN: 15106310

Record #44 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The German band : Arthur Lloyd's great song / written
and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Arthur Lloyd].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : H. D'Alcorn, [1865]
Date: [1865]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Behold a poor deluded man.
First line of chorus: I loved her and she might have
been.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Manufacturer No.: H. D. 440; H. D'Alcorn
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Musicians Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Love Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Brass bands Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Behold a poor deluded man
I loved her and she might have been
Other Names: Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904. Maguire, H. C., fl. ca.
1850-1880
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2341
LCN: 15106340

Record #45 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Good-bye John, or, The lass that loved a sailor :
Arthur Lloyd's great comic song / written and composed by
G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Arthur Lloyd].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : J.W. Trayhearne, [1868?]
Date: [1868?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: 'Twas on a Friday morning.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Richd. Childs, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: J. W. T. 142; J.W. Trayhearne
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Sailors Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Farewells Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Lass that loved a sailor
Twas on a Friday morning
Other Names: Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904. Childs, Richard
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2342
LCN: 15106376

Record #46 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The organ grinder : Arthur Lloyd's great song /
written and composed ... by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by Arthur
Lloyd].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : J. Campbell & Co., [ca 1865]
Date: [ca 1865]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: You see before you a young man.
Pictorial t.p.: Concanen, Lee & Siebe, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Arthur Lloyd.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Manufacturer No.: J.C & Co. 977; J. Campbell & Co.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Organ grinders Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: You see before you a young man
Other Names: Lloyd, Arthur, 1840-1904. Concanen, Lee & Siebe
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2358
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2359
LCN: 15107094

Record #47 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Macdermott's war song / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; [sung by G.H. Macdermott].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1877?]
Date: [1877?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) ; 34 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: The "Dogs of war are loose".
First line of chorus: We don't want to fight, but by jingo
if we do.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1853; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878 Songs and music. --Songs and
music.
Alternate Title: War song.
Dogs of war are loose
We don't want to fight but by jingo if we do
Other Names: Macdermott, G. H. (Gilbert Hastings)
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2494
LCN: 15110975

Record #48 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Macdermott's war song / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; [sung by G.H. Macdermott].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Edition: New version
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1877?]
Date: [1877?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) ; 34 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
Contains original song and new version.
First line: The "Dogs of war are loose".
First line of chorus: We don't want to fight, but by jingo
if we do.
First line of new chorus: We don't want to fight, yet by
jingo when we do.
Words to original version printed separately on p. 5.
Words to new version printed separately inside front
cover.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1853; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878 Songs and music. --Songs and
music.
Alternate Title: War song.
Dogs of war are loose
We don't want to fight but by jingo if we do
We don't want to fight yet by jingo when we do
Other Names: Macdermott, G. H. (Gilbert Hastings)
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2495
LCN: 15110983

Record #49 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The time is coming / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by Walter Munroe.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Francis Bros. & Day, [1885]
Date: [1885]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some say I'm seeking place.
First line of chorus: Oh the time is coming, and it won't
be long.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): W. Spalding, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Walter Munroe.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Politics Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Politicians Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Statesmen Songs and music. --Songs and music.--Great
Britain
International relations Songs and music. --Songs and
music.--Great Britian
Alternate Title: Some say I'm seeking place
Oh the time is coming and it won't be long
Other Names: Munroe, Walter, d. 1914. Spalding, William
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2746
LCN: 15118879

Record #50 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Up in a balloon : ladies version / written ... by
Mrs. Agnes Power ; composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by
Miss Nelly Power.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878]
Date: [ca. 1878]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some time ago I with dearest Papa.
First line of chorus: Up in a balloon.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Nelly Power.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Agnes Power is Nellie Power's mother.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1506; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Deception Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Hot air balloons Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Ballooning Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Some time ago I with dearest Papa
Other Names: Power, Nelly, 1854-1887. Power, Agnes. Maguire, H. C.,
fl. ca. 1850-1880
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2949
LCN: 15128887

Record #51 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: [The horse guards baloo! : "We are there"]
; Hillier's great song of the blues / written and composed
by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Ralph Pringle ; [sung by James
Hillier].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879?]
Date: [1879?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Behold one of her Majesty's most noble sons of
Mars.
First line of chorus: Now as I walk through the park.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: James Hillier?.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1397; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Great Britain. Army. Royal Horse Guards (The Blues)
Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Popular music --To 1901.
Soldiers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: The horse guards baloo!
Hillier's great song of the blues
Behold one of her Majesty's most noble sons of Mars
Now as I walk through the park
Other Names: Hillier, James, 1840-1874. Pringle, Ralph. Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 2959
LCN: 15129172

Record #52 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The alpine hat : the immensely popular comic song /
written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Harry
Rickards.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : H. D'Alcorn, 1870.
Date: 1870.
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'm a fella you'll please understand.
First line of chorus: I'm the swell with the alpine hat.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): R. Childs, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Harry Rickards.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Manufacturer No.: H. D. 810; H. D'Alcorn
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Hats Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Swell with the alpine hat
I'm a fella you'll please understand
I'm the swell with the alpine hat
Other Names: Rickards, Harry. Childs, Richard
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 3140
LCN: 15133892

Record #53 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: I wish I was a fish, or, Sweet Polly Primrose /
written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Harry
Rickards.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1869.
Date: 1869.
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : port. ; 34 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Sweet Polly Primrose was a girl of nineteen
summers old.
First line of chorus: So I wish I was a fish.
Pictorial t.p.: Rich. Childs, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Harry Rickards.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1639; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Drowning Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Fishes Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Sweet Polly Primrose
Sweet Polly Primrose was a girl of nineteen summers old
So I wish I was a fish
Other Names: Rickards, Harry. Childs, Richard
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 3142
LCN: 15133924

Record #54 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: That's when you feel it / written and composed by
G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Harry Rickards ; [arranged by
William Sim].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879]
Date: [1879]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Now when we're well in "collar"
then.
First line of chorus: That's when you feel it.
Pictorial t.p.: T. Packer, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Harry Rickards.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2011; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Now when we're well in collar then
Other Names: Rickards, Harry. Sim, William, d. 1885. Packer, T.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 3145
LCN: 15133973

Record #55 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Awfully awful / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ;
sung ... by Miss Kate Santley.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : J.B. Cramer & Co., [1878?]
Date: [1878?]
Description: 1 score (7 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: They tell me I am too bashful by far.
First line of chorus: Go away, get along.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): T. Robinson, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Kate Santley.
Manufacturer No.: C & Co. 7245; J.B. Cramer & Co.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Men Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: They tell me I am too bashful by far
Go away get along
Other Names: Santley, Kate. Robinson, T., fl. 1878
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 3373
LCN: 15139952

Record #56 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The bell goes a ringing for Sa-i-rah / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Kate Santley.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : H. D'Alcorn, [ca. 1873]
Date: [ca. 1873]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : col. port. ; 34 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: If you please you see I'm a domestic.
First line of chorus: The bell goes a ringing for
Sa-i-rah.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.C. Maguire, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Kate Santley.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Manufacturer No.: H. D. 631; H. D'Alcorn
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Women domestics Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: If you please you see I'm a domestic
Other Names: Santley, Kate. Maguire, H. C., fl. ca. 1850-1880
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 3374
LCN: 15139965

Record #57 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The afternoon crawl / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by Vance.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1877]
Date: [ca. 1877]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some fellows like the early morning for a
constitutional.
First line of chorus: The afternoon crawl.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Alfred Vance.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1997; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Some fellows like the early morning for a constitutional
Other Names: Vance, Alfred, 1838-1888. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 3713
LCN: 15154279

Record #58 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Old Brown's daughter / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by Vance.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878]
Date: [ca. 1878]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: There lives an ancient party.
First line of chorus: Old Brown's daughter's a proper sort
of girl.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Alfred Vance.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1996; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: There lives an ancient party
Old Brown's daughter's a proper sort of girl
Other Names: Vance, Alfred, 1838-1888. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 3737
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.29
LCN: 15155182

Record #59 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Sweet Jenny : Where can she be / written and composed
by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Vance ; [arranged by M. Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1865]
Date: [1865]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 34 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I come from Laaf-and-daaf-and-half-and-half.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Concanen & Siebe, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Alfred Vance.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 686; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Where can she be
Oh where can she be
I come from Laaf and daaf and half and half
Other Names: Vance, Alfred, 1838-1888. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen
& Siebe
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Harding
Mus. R 3742
LCN: 15155277

Record #60 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Abyssinian gold, or, She was such a nice young girl
/ written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred
French.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Edition: Fifth edition.
Publisher: London : Duff & Stewart, [1871]
Date: [1871]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: O once I was happy and fat.
First line of chorus: She was such a nice young girl.
Pictorial t.p.: H.C. Maguire, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred French.
Manufacturer No.: D & S. 3020; Duff & Stewart
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Unrequited love Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Gold Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: O once I was happy and fat
She was such a nice young girl
Other Names: French, Fred, singer. Maguire, H. C., fl. ca. 1850-1880
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15314120

Record #61 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The afternoon crawl / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by Vance.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1877]
Date: [ca. 1877]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some fellows like the early morning for a
constitutional.
First line of chorus: The afternoon crawl.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Alfred Vance.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1997; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Some fellows like the early morning for a constitutional
Other Names: Vance, Alfred, 1838-1888. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15315968

Record #62 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The awistoquatic actaw [sic] / written and composed
by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Henri Clark.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1884]
Date: [1884]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I belong to the uppar [sic] ten thousand.
First line of chorus: The awistoquatic actaw [sic].
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2452; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Actors Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I belong to the uppar [sic] ten thousand
I belong to the upper ten thousand
Aristocratic actor
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15316500

Record #63 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Bloomsbury Square / written and composed by G.W. Hunt
; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.
Date: 1878.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'm a good natured fellow pray let me
confess.
First line of chorus: Bloomsbury Square.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1938; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Deception Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I'm a good natured fellow pray let me confess
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15316859

Record #64 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The custom of the country / written and composed by
G.W. Hunt ; sung by Henri Clark.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876]
Date: [1876]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: My name's not Smith, or Brown, or Jones.
First line of chorus: It's a custom of the country.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1744; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: My name's not Smith, or Brown, or Jones
It's a custom of the country
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15317863

Record #65 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The gal from Pensylvania, or, Sam's Sally / written
... by G.W. Hunt ; music by T. Maclagan ; sung ... by T.
Maclagan.
Author: Maclagan, T.
Publisher: London : L'Enfant & Hodgkins, [1862]
Date: [1862]
Description: 1 score (7 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Series: Portfolio of comicalities ; no. 17
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Oh British folks I'se jest [sic] arrived.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Concanen & Lee, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: T. Maclagan in drag.
Manufacturer No.: L&H_6; L'Enfant & Hodgkins
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Women, Black Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Blacks Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Ocean travel Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Oh British folks I'se jest [sic] arrived
Oh British folks I've just arrived
Sam's Sally
Other Names: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904. Concanen & Lee
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15319780

Record #66 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Gold, gold, gold! / written and composed by G.W. Hunt
; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876?]
Date: [1876?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: We oft read of the power.
First line of chorus: Gold, gold, gold.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1572; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Gold Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Money Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: We oft read of the power
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15319883

Record #67 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Here I am, Lucinda! / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung by Harry Yorke.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Willey & Co., [1879]
Date: [1879]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Lucinda was a darling.
First line of chorus: Here I am, Lucinda.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Harry Yorke.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: W & Co. 1263; Willey & Co.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Lucinda was a darling
Other Names: Yorke, Harry. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15320231

Record #68 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Here stands a young man who wants a sweetheart /
written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by The Great
Vance.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1869.
Date: 1869.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Here stands a young man who wants a
sweetheart.
First line of chorus: Here stands a young man who wants a
sweetheart.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Vance.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1689; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Mate selection Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Bachelors Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Other Names: Vance, Alfred, 1838-1888. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.27
LCN: 15320293

Record #69 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: I always take it easy / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by Mr. Nash.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Weippert & Co., [1869]
Date: [1869]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I always take it easy, boys.
First line of chorus: I always take it easy.
Pictorial t.p.: T.W. Lee, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: John Nash.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Other Names: Nash, John, Jolly 1830-1901. Lee, Thomas W. lithographer
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15323997

Record #70 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: I don't know you / written and composed by G.W. Hunt
; sung ... by Fred Coyne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876]
Date: [1876]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: We naughty boys have naughty ways.
First line of chorus: I don't know you.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred Coyle.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1716; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: We naughty boys have naughty ways
Other Names: Coyne, Fred, 1845-1886. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15324175

Record #71 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: I should like to be an alligator / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1878]
Date: [ca. 1878]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: In days gone by I "did the swell".
First line of chorus: I should like to be an alligator.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1940; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Zoos Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: In days gone by I "did the swell"
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15324586

Record #72 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: I'm a dad dad dad! / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by J.W. Rowley.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Howard & Co., [1878]
Date: [1878]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'd been married nearly tweny years.
First line of chorus: My wife my darling joy.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: J.W. Rowley.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & Co. 591; Howard & Co.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Fathers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I'd been married nearly tweny years
My wife my darling joy
Other Names: Rowley, J. W. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15325222

Record #73 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: I'm not such a saint as I look / written and composed
by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Henri Clark.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1876?]
Date: [1876?]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: You here behold one of that goodly band.
Pictorial t.p.: T. Packer, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1787; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: You here behold one of that goodly band
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Packer, T.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15325392

Record #74 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: It's nice to be a father / written and composed by
G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Harry Rickards.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1870]
Date: [ca. 1870]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: O! set the bells a ringing, yes.
First line of chorus: It's nice to be a father.
Pictorial t.p.: T.W. Lee, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Harry Rickards.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1702; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Fathers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: O! set the bells a ringing, yes
Other Names: Rickards, Harry. Lee, Thomas W. lithographer
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15325723

Record #75 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: It's only the Major / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Charles Sheard, [1879]
Date: [1879]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Position is ev'rything some people say.
First line of chorus: It's only the Major.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Only the Major
Position is ev'rything some people say
Position is everything some people say
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15325728

Record #76 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Jeames / written by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by T.
Maclagan.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : L'Enfant & Hodgkins, [1862]
Date: [1862]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Series: Portfolio of comicalities ; no. 15
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Haw-haw, my friends, how do, how do.
First line of chorus: Oh its "Jeames come here"
and "Jeames go there".
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Concanen & Lee, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: T. Maclagan.
Manufacturer No.: L&H_9; L'Enfant & Hodgkins
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Domestics Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Haw-haw, my friends, how do, how do
Oh its "Jeames come here" and "Jeames go
there"
Other Names: Maclagan, T. Concanen & Lee
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15326009

Record #77 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Life is like a game of see saw / written and composed
by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by J.W. Rowley.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1878]
Date: [1878]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some people rail against the world.
First line of chorus: But life is like a game of see saw.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: J.W. Rowley.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1931; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Life Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Some people rail against the world
But life is like a game of see saw
Other Names: Rowley, J. W. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.28
LCN: 15326978

Record #78 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Mother says I musn't / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by M.
Hobson].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1870]
Date: [ca. 1870]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I fell in love with a pretty girl.
First line of chorus: Mother says I musn't.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2275; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Courtship Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I fell in love with a pretty girl
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Hobson, M. (Martin). Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.29
LCN: 15341478

Record #79 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The nautical swell : [or, I feel so much safer on
land] / written and composed by G. W. Hunt ; [arranged by
William Sim] ; sung ... by Henri Clark.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.
Date: 1878.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Some fellows do the nautical.
First line of the chorus: It's all very well for a
nautical swell.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): T. Packer, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1990; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Motion sickness Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Boats and boating Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I feel so much safer on land
Some fellows do the nautical
It's all very well for a nautical swell
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Sim, William, d. 1885. Packer,
T.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.29
LCN: 15343077

Record #80 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: New Jerusalam [sic], or, Cruel Jane Jemima / written
and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Fred Coyne.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1869]
Date: [ca. 1869]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: A bill hung in my window once.
First line of chorus: Cruel Jane Jemima.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Hanhart, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Fred Coyne.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1701; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Mormons Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Mormon converts Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Salt Lake City (Utah) Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Cruel Jane Jemima
Bill hung in my window once
New Jerusalem
Other Names: Coyne, Fred, 1845-1886. M. & N. Hanhart.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.29
LCN: 15343327

Record #81 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: The nice looking girl / written by Mrs. Harriet
Bowmer ; composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung by Miss Ruth
Stanley, Mrs Bowmer, and Julia Burns.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1865]
Date: [ca. 1865]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. ill. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: My friend Arabella, at Bow was a dweller.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): R.J. Hamerton, lith.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 707; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: My friend Arabella, at Bow was a dweller
Other Names: Bowmer, Harriet. Stanley, Ruth, singer. Burns, Julia,
singer. Hamerton, Robert Jacob
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.29
LCN: 15343383

Record #82 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: On the sly, or, We all have our funny little ways /
written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Herbert
Campbell ; [arranged by William Sim].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879]
Date: [1879]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: All the world is a stage, and we play many
parts.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): T. Packer, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Herbert Campbell.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2014; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: We all have our funny little ways
All the world is a stage, and we play many parts
Other Names: Campbell, Herbert, 1844-1904. Sim, William, d. 1885.
Packer, T.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.29
LCN: 15344379

Record #83 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Run for the doctor / written and composed by G.W.
Hunt ; sung ... by Herbert Campbell ; [arranged by William
Sim].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, 1878.
Date: 1878.
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: When I got married the wife she said.
First line of chorus: Run for the doctor, Charlie dear.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Herbert Campbell.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1981; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Mothers-in-law Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: When I got married the wife she said
Run for the doctor, Charlie dear
Other Names: Campbell, Herbert, 1844-1904. Sim, William, d. 1885.
Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.29
LCN: 15345883

Record #84 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Serve him right!, or, A good job too / written and
composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by Herbert Campbell.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : J.A. Turner, [1877]
Date: [1877]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Now when I was a sprightly youth I'd such a
"taking" way.
First line of chorus: It's a good job too.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Herbert Campbell.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Good job too
Now when I was a sprightly youth I'd such a
"taking" way
It's a good job too
Other Names: Campbell, Herbert, 1844-1904. Concanen, Alfred,
1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.29
LCN: 15346297

Record #85 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: She does the fandango all over the place : Henri
Clark's great song / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ;
[sung by Henri Clark ; arranged by Ernest J. Symons].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1884]
Date: [1884]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I've seen many beauties.
First line of chorus: She sang like a nightingale.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2455; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Women, Spanish Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I've seen many beauties
She sang like a nightingale
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Symons, E. J. (Ernest).
Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15349796

Record #86 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Sour krout's farewell, or, The German's return to his
Vaterland / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung ...
by James Hillier.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [ca. 1871]
Date: [ca. 1871]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: The trompet has sounded, the war has pegun
[sic].
First line of chorus: Then avay to the panks of the Rhine
I vill run.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: James Hillier.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1963; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Germans Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871 Songs and music. --Songs
and music.
Alternate Title: German's return to his Vaterland
Trompet has sounded, the war has pegun [sic]
Trumpet has sounded, the war has begun
Then avay to the panks of the Rhine I vill run [sic]
Then away to the banks of the Rhine I will run
Other Names: Hillier, James, 1840-1874. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15350173

Record #87 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: To all in want of money : a caution / written by A
Private Gent ; composed by G.W. Hunt.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Howard & Co., [1878]
Date: [1878]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : ill. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: To all in want of money.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith.
Words printed separately inside back cover.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Moneylenders Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Money Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Other Names: Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15351014

Record #88 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Waiting for the signal : Macdermott's new war song /
written and composed by G.W. Hunt ; [sung by G.H.
Macdermott ; arranged by William Sim].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1878]
Date: [1878]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: We don't want to fight but by Jingo if we do.
First line of chorus: So we're waiting for the signal.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: G.H. Macdermott.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1977; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878 Songs and music. --Songs and
music.
Alternate Title: We don't want to fight but by Jingo if we do
So we're waiting for the signal
Other Names: Macdermott, G. H. (Gilbert Hastings). Sim, William, d.
1885. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15351608

Record #89 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: What are you up to Jane? / written and composed by
G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by George Leybourne ; [arranged by
William Sim].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1879]
Date: [1879]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Mother Jones kept a snug little grocery shop.
First line of chorus: What are you up to Jane.
Pictorial t.p.: T. Packer, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: George Leybourne.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 1996; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Mothers Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Mother Jones kept a snug little grocery shop
Other Names: Leybourne, George. Sim, William, d. 1885. Packer, T.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15351656

Record #90 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: When she says she will, she does!, or, The maid with
a will of her own / written and composed by G.W. Hunt ;
sung ... by Henri Clark ; sung also by H.P. Matthews.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : J.A.Turner, [1877]
Date: [1877]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : port. ; 37 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: About six months ago, or so.
Pictorial t.p.: Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: Henri Clark.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Love songs.
Young women Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: About six months ago, or so
Maid with a will of her own
Other Names: Clark, Henri, 1840-1905. Matthews, H. P. Concanen,
Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15351667

Record #91 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: When the band begins to play : G.W. Hunt's new song
/ written, composed and sung by ... Miss Annie Adams ;
[arranged by Vincent Davies].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Weippert & Co., [1871]
Date: [1871]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: I'm very fond of music.
First line of chorus: And I feel so awfully jolly.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Bands (Music) Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: I'm very fond of music
And I feel so awfully jolly
Other Names: Adams, Annie, 1843-1905. Davies, Vincent, composer.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.30
LCN: 15351668

Record #92 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: She's as sweet as a lump of Obadiah rock / written
and composed by G.W. Hunt ; sung .... by J.W. Rowley.
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1887]
Date: [1887]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: My name is Joey Sprouts.
First line of chorus: She's as sweet as a lump of Obadiah
rock.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): Alfred Concanen, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: J.W. Rowley.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2539; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: My name is Joey Sprouts
Other Names: Rowley, J. W. Concanen, Alfred, 1835-1886
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.4
LCN: 15356416

Record #93 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: Ditto repeato, or, Over again / written and composed
by G.W. Hunt ; sung ... by G.H. Macdermott ; [arranged by
George Ison].
Author: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904.
Publisher: London : Hopwood & Crew, [1888]
Date: [1888]
Description: 1 score (5 p.) : col. ill. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and piano.
First line: Of a good thing one cannot have too much they
say.
First line of chorus: Ditto repeato.
Pictorial t.p. (col.): H.G. Banks, lith.
Words printed separately on p. 5.
Manufacturer No.: H & C. 2938; Hopwood & Crew
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Alternate Title: Of a good thing one cannot have too much they say
Over again
Other Names: Macdermott, G. H. (Gilbert Hastings). Ison, George.
Banks, H. G.
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.5
LCN: 15358492

Record #94 Database: Both Oxford OLIS and Bodleian Pre-1920 Catalogues

Title: I'm dry sweet tart : ballad / the words by G.W. Hunt
; the music by J.L. Hatton ; sung ... by E.W. Mackney ;
arranged with banjo accompaniment by Charles F. Read.
Author: Hatton, John Liptrott, 1809-1886.
Publisher: London : Alfred Hays, [1890]
Date: [1890]
Description: 1 score (4 p.) : port. ; 36 cm.
Notes: Song for voice and banjo.
First line: The p'liceman fades, the silence breaking.
Pictorial t.p.: Stannard & Son, lith.
Portrait on t.p.: E.W. Mackney.
Manufacturer No.: A. H. 1405; Alfred Hays
Subjects: Popular music --To 1901.
Ballads.
Thirst Songs and music. --Songs and music.
Alternate Title: Good-bye, sweetheart, goodbye; arr.
P'liceman fades, the silence breaking
Policeman fades, the silence breaking
Other Names: Hunt, G. W., ca. 1839-1904. Mackney, E. W. Read, Charles
F. Stannard & Son
Holdings:
Location: Bodleian BOD Bookstack Call Number: Mus. 5c
c.7
LCN: 15366277

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