Dixie-doodle : "you're the land for me"
Rialto Music Publishing Co.
1 score (5 pages) ; 35 cm
Dixie Doodle, you're the land for me.
Lady Liberty is wearing a patriotic dress sitting on a marble throne. She is holding out her hand to greet a man walking toward her with a cane tipping his hat to her. A bald eagle is holding an arrow with a flag in its claws flying towards her. Illustration is printed in blue and white.
Title from cover.
For voice and piano.
Raymond L. Zirkel, Jr. worked for the Al. G. Field Minstrels and was active with the Alladin Shrine in Columbus, Ohio and wrote for the annual Shrine Revues. He collaborated with Carl E. Summers.
World War, 1914-1918--Songs and musicPopular music--United States--1911-1920Songs with pianoBald eagleMenColumbia (Symbolic character)HatsStaffs (Sticks, canes, etc.)Salutations
M1646.M327 D59 1916a
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