Format Notated Music
Contributors Accooe, Will
Edward Schuberth & Co.
Thomas, Ludomir
Dates 1902
Location New York
United States
Subjects African Americans
Band Music
Parlor and Concert Stage
Popular Music
Popular Songs of the Day
Progressive Era to New Era
Songs and Music
War and Conflict
Title
I'd like to be a gunner in the Navy
Contributor Names
Accooe, Will -- d. 1904 (composer)
Thomas, Ludomir (arranger)
Created / Published
Edward Schuberth & Co., New York, 1902.
Subject Headings
-  African Americans -- Music
-  Popular music -- United States
-  Band music
-  popular songs of the day
-  songs and music
-  parlor and concert stage
-  war and conflict
-  progressive era to new era (1900-1929)
Notes
-  Parts: flute & piccolo in D-flat (3), oboe (2), bassoon (2), E-flat clarinet, 1st B-flat clarinet (2), 2nd & 3rd B-flat clarinets, solo cornet in B-flat (2), E-flat cornet, 1st B-flat cornet, 2nd & 3rd B-flat cornets, 1st & 2nd trombones (2), 3rd trombone or B-flat bass (treble clef), 3rd trombone or B-flat bass (bass clef), 1st & 3rd E-flat altos (2), 3rd & 4th E-flat altos (2), 1st & 2nd trombones or B-flat tenors (2), baritone (treble clef), baritone (bass clef), basses (2), drums (2). (Content)
-  Copyright, 1902, by Edward Schuberth & Co. (Copyright)
-  "March & Two-Step"
-  34 blank pages
Form
Instrumental parts
Extent
68 p., 5 3/4 x 7 in.
Other Formats
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.natlib.ihas.100010604/mets.xml
LC Classification
M1268.A
[ Flute and piccolo in D-flat ]
[ Oboes ]
[ Bassoons ]
[ E-flat clarinet ]
[ 1st B-flat clarinet ]
[ 2nd and 3rd B-flat clarinets ]
[ E-flat cornet ]
[ Solo cornet in B-flat ]
[ 1st B-flat cornet ]
[ 2nd and 3rd B-flat cornets ]
[ 1st and 2nd E-flat altos ]
[ 3rd and 4th E-flat altos ]
[ Baritone in treble clef ]
[ Baritone in bass clef ]
[ 1st and 2nd trombones or B-flat tenors in treble clef ]
[ 1st and 2nd trombones in bass clef ]
[ 3rd trombone or B-flat bass in treble clef ]
[ 3rd trombone or B-flat bass in bass clef ]
[ Basses ]
[ Drums ]
[ Cover ]


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