Airship "Cannonball" is leaving
Batt, Jess R.
A.E. Bohrer Music Pub. Co.
Popular musicSongsMarches (Music)
1 score (3 pages) ; 35 cm
Come on across, come on across, General Pershing's calling me.
monoplanes flying over ocean with ship, cheering crowd on U.S. shore, two men in France looking up with binoculars.
Publisher's advertisement on verso of p. 3 has incipits for piano pieces: Victor ragtime band / music by Alphonse E. Bohrer ; words by Julius C. Spiro. Chopsticks : the Chinese one step / John Wentholt. Swiss cheese rag / by Alphonse E. Bohrer. Frasquita tango / by W. Buse. Sous le feuillage / by W. Buse. Scherzo romantico / by Alphonse E. Bohrer. Harmony waltz / by Alphonce Bohror [sic].
Title from cover.
March for voice and piano.
"The first and only original aviation war song success!"
Also published under different title: Come over.
World War, 1914-1918--Songs and musicPopular music--United States--1911-1920Marches (Voice with piano)War songs--United StatesAir pilots--Songs and musicAirships--Songs and musicAirplanes--Songs and musicAir pilotsAirplanesAirshipsFighter planes
M1646.B37 A37 1917a
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