Notated Music Airy-Fairy-Pipers

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About this Item

Title
Airy-Fairy-Pipers
Contributor Names
Brewer, A. Herbert (composer)
Weatherly, F. E. (Frederic Edward) -- 1848-1929 (lyricist)
Notes
-  Although it is unclear who wrote or published this work, each part does contain a stamp reading: American Federation of Musicians Irving Sheinker s 2679 Local S02 Registered 1940 (General)
-  Recorded in 1942 by Columbia Records for the album 'Danny Kaye.' Danny Kaye, vocals; with orchestra; Johnny Green, Maurice Abravanel conductors. (General)
-  This short 14 measure work was probably part of a larger work since vocal ques are given (General)
-  Although the title on the scores and parts is merely 'Pipers,' 'Airy-Fairy-Pipers' is taken from the vocal lead sheet. (General)
Form
musical score and parts
Extent
19p.
Repository
Music Division
LC Classification
Kaye/Fine Collection, Box 447, folder 5
Online Format
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Description
musical score and parts | 19p. | Although it is unclear who wrote or published this work, each part does contain a stamp reading: American Federation of Musicians Irving Sheinker s 2679 Local S02 Registered 1940 (General). Recorded in 1942 by Columbia Records for the album 'Danny Kaye.' Danny Kaye, vocals; with orchestra; Johnny Green, Maurice Abravanel conductors. (General). This short 14 measure work was probably part of a larger work since vocal ques are given (General). Although the title on the scores and parts is merely 'Pipers,' 'Airy-Fairy-Pipers' is taken from the vocal lead sheet. (General). Musical Score And Parts (Form).
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Brewer, A. Herbert, and F. E Weatherly. Airy-Fairy-Pipers. Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200183460/.

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Brewer, A. H. & Weatherly, F. E. Airy-Fairy-Pipers. [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200183460/.

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Brewer, A. Herbert, and F. E Weatherly. Airy-Fairy-Pipers. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200183460/>.