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Background imageSong Collection: Ukulele Song 1926

Ukulele Song 1926
A happy couple singing by moonlight: Give me a ukulele... and a ukulele baby... and leave the rest to me

Background imageSong Collection: Soviet propaganda poster - We want Peace

Soviet propaganda poster - We want Peace
" We want Peace!" Soviet propaganda poster - featuring a happy, singing Communist family, waving flags. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageSong Collection: Ma Yuan (1155-1235). Walking on a mountain path

Ma Yuan (1155-1235). Walking on a mountain path in spring. Ink on paper. Chinese art. Song period. TAIWAN. Taipei. The National Palace Museum (NPM)

Background imageSong Collection: Amy Johnson / Music Sheet

Amy Johnson / Music Sheet
Popular song : AMY Believe me, Amy, You cannot blame me For falling in love with you

Background imageSong Collection: Siegfried by Aubrey Beardsley

Siegfried by Aubrey Beardsley
The Song of the Nibelungs. Siegfried. Date: late 19th Century

Background imageSong Collection: Singing Auld Lang Syne

Singing Auld Lang Syne
The song of many happy people and sentimental drunks upon New Years Eve, Auld Lang Syne, a traditional air with words by Robert Burns

Background imageSong Collection: British National Anthem - Rule Britannia

British National Anthem - Rule Britannia - a British patriotic song, originating from the poem " Rule, Britannia" by James Thomson and set to music by Thomas Arne in 1740. Date: 1905

Background imageSong Collection: Hills. Christmas Is Coming. Cecil Aldin. 1898. jpg

Hills. Christmas Is Coming. Cecil Aldin. 1898. jpg
Illustration by Cecil Aldin depicting a kindly Father Christmas reciting the traditional song, " Christmas is Coming, the Goose is getting Fat" to a gaggle of obviously dim geese

Background imageSong Collection: Georgie Porgie

Georgie Porgie, pudding and pie - Kissed the girls and made them cry. When the boys came out to play - Georgie Porgie ran away

Background imageSong Collection: Daisy Bell by Harry Dacre

Daisy Bell by Harry Dacre
Promotional music sheet for Daisy Bell music hall song of 1892 by Harry Dacre and sung by Katie Lawrence shown here in typical cycling costume

Background imageSong Collection: Group photo, Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, USA

Group photo, Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, USA
Group photo of the Jubilee Singers of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. They were an African-American a cappella ensemble who toured

Background imageSong Collection: Suffragette Song Anthem March of the Women

Suffragette Song Anthem March of the Women. Words and music of The March of the Women composed by Ethel Smyth, dedicated to the Womens Social & Political Union, written in 1911

Background imageSong Collection: Marie Lloyd / Oh Mr Porter

Marie Lloyd / Oh Mr Porter
Oh Mr Porter, whatever shall I do ? - the celebrated music hall song, made famous by Marie Lloyd

Background imageSong Collection: Fridays Child by May Bowley

Fridays Child by May Bowley. A fortune-telling song telling a childs character or future based on the day they were born and help young children remember the days the week. Date: circa 1903

Background imageSong Collection: Louise Brooks / Song Sheet

Louise Brooks / Song Sheet
Songsheet for Je n ai qu un Amour, c est toi as sung by American film actress LOUISE BROOKS (1906-1985), in the movie Prix de Beaute [FR 1930], which turned out to be her last starring role

Background imageSong Collection: A blackbird sings whilst perched on a branch

A blackbird sings whilst perched on a branch 2011

Background imageSong Collection: Lis / Fat Lady Sings

Lis / Fat Lady Sings
It isn t over.. til the fat lady sings. A female singer sings a song

Background imageSong Collection: Arthur Roberts, music hall entertainer

Arthur Roberts, music hall entertainer
ARTHUR ROBERTS Music hall entertainer. Date: 19th century

Background imageSong Collection: The Choristers by Muriel Dawson

The Choristers by Muriel Dawson
Two sweet little girls stand together and sing from song books, accompanied by chirping birds on a tree branch behind them

Background imageSong Collection: Vera Lynn / Stars / Song

Vera Lynn / Stars / Song
VERA LYNN Popular English singer: The Stars Will Remember

Background imageSong Collection: Song of Sixpence 1818

Song of Sixpence 1818
Sing a song of sixpence, A bag full of rye, Four-and-twenty blackbirds Baked in a pie

Background imageSong Collection: Sing a Song of Sixpence, Four and Twenty Blackbirds

Sing a Song of Sixpence, Four and Twenty Blackbirds
Silhouette, Nursery Rhyme, Sing a Song of Sixpence, Four and Twenty Blackbirds Baked in a Pie. 20th century

Background imageSong Collection: The Pickwick Quadrille by Fred Revallin

The Pickwick Quadrille by Fred Revallin
Promotional music sheet for The Pickwick Quadrille, by Fred Revallin, taken from Pickwick by James Albery which was first performed at the Lyceum Theatre on 23rd October 1871 with Henry Irving as

Background imageSong Collection: Chocolate Coloured Coons, The Palace of Chocolate

Chocolate Coloured Coons, The Palace of Chocolate, with G H Elliott and Alf Lawrence. G H Elliott was a music hall star and singer of the song, Frys Chocolate Major, words by A J Mills

Background imageSong Collection: British Kitsch Art Deco Christmas Card, Carol Singing Chicks

British Kitsch Art Deco Christmas Card, Carol Singing Chicks. Date: circa 1925

Background imageSong Collection: Guan Yin. 10th c. - 13th c. Bodhisattva of compassion

Guan Yin. 10th c. - 13th c. Bodhisattva of compassion. Chinese art. Song period. Sculpture on wood. FRANCE. Ό E-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Guimet Museum

Background imageSong Collection: The NeedleWorker, WW1 knitting with Jessie Pope poem

The NeedleWorker, WW1 knitting with Jessie Pope poem
Page from The Needle Worker from March 1915, advising readers on knitting for men and boys and featuring, The Knitting Song, a poem by Jessie Pope

Background imageSong Collection: Turdus philomelos, song thrush

Turdus philomelos, song thrush
Plate 19 from Henry Eeles Dressers A History of the Birds of Europe.. (1871-96)

Background imageSong Collection: French Revolution / Song

French Revolution / Song
Marianne leads the revolutionary army in the Marseillaise, the French national anthem

Background imageSong Collection: The Chickaleary Cove by Ernee Clark and W Raine

The Chickaleary Cove by Ernee Clark and W Raine
The Chickaleary Cove music hall song of circa 1864 by Ernee Clark and W Raine, sung by The Great Vance (Alfred Vance), a hugely popular music hall singer

Background imageSong Collection: A New Hat Now! by James Rolmaz

A New Hat Now! by James Rolmaz
Promotional music sheet for A New Hat Now! by James Rolmaz, sung with the greatest possible success by J C Heffron, circa 1890

Background imageSong Collection: Music cover, Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay Polka

Music cover, Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay Polka, arranged by Josef Meissler on Lottie Collins popular song. 1892

Background imageSong Collection: Illustration, A Song of the English, Thames Embankment

Illustration, A Song of the English, Thames Embankment
Illustration to A Song of the English, a patriotic set of poems by Rudyard Kipling (first published in the English Illustrated Magazine)

Background imageSong Collection: Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins

Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay - sung by Lottie Collins
" Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay" is a vaudeville and music hall song. The songs first known public performance was in Henry J. Sayers 1891 revue Tuxedo, which was performed in Boston, Massachusetts

Background imageSong Collection: Music Hall Song / Parcel

Music Hall Song / Parcel
A burlesque ballad: who knows what a parcel may contain? An abandoned baby, a pawned overcoat, a strippers costume, a dog for drowning... Date: 1894

Background imageSong Collection: Music cover, Down at the Old Bull & Bush

Music cover, Down at the Old Bull & Bush, words by Russell Hunting, Percy Krone and Andrew B Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer, sung with enormous success by Miss Florrie Forde. Date: 1905

Background imageSong Collection: My Country Lane by Edgar Bateman & Albert Perry

My Country Lane by Edgar Bateman & Albert Perry
Promotional music sheet for My Country Lane music hall song by Edgar Bateman and Albert Perry. The singer, Alec Hurley, portrayed here, specialised in coster songs

Background imageSong Collection: Daisy Bell Waltz by Karl Kaps

Daisy Bell Waltz by Karl Kaps
Promotional music sheet for the Daisy Bell Waltz by Karl Kaps, based on the popular song Daisy Bell by Harry Dacres famous song

Background imageSong Collection: United States. New York. Central Park. Strawberry Fields. Me

United States. New York. Central Park. Strawberry Fields. Me
United States. New York. Central Park. Strawberry Fields, dedicated to the memory of the musician John Lennon. Memorial mosaic. Imagine. Detail

Background imageSong Collection: Music cover, Apple Blossom Time

Music cover, Apple Blossom Time
Music cover, I ll be with you in Apple Blossom Time, sung by The Andrews Sisters in the Universal Picture, Rookies. 1941

Background imageSong Collection: Ww2 / 1940S / Siegfried Line

Ww2 / 1940S / Siegfried Line
A song during the Second World War; " (We re gonna hang out) The Washing on The Siegfried Line" Date: 1940s

Background imageSong Collection: Animals and birds singing round a piano on a Christmas card

Animals and birds singing round a piano on a Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageSong Collection: Twelfth Night, Act II Scene iv, by William Heath Robinson

Twelfth Night, Act II Scene iv, by William Heath Robinson
Scene from the Shakespeare comedy, Twelfth Night, Act II Scene iv, illustration by William Heath Robinson. Showing a banquet at Orsinos house, with the clown Feste singing a sad love song

Background imageSong Collection: Illustration, A Song of the English, Lighthouse

Illustration, A Song of the English, Lighthouse
Illustration to A Song of the English, a patriotic set of poems by Rudyard Kipling (first published in the English Illustrated Magazine)

Background imageSong Collection: Street music: a family of singers

Street music: a family of singers
A pathetic scene: an impoverished family of street singers, shoeless and ragged, singing in the rain. Date: 1870

Background imageSong Collection: Medieval frolics: wine, women and song

Medieval frolics: wine, women and song
An alfresco medieval social gathering, with mixed bathing and music making. Date: c.1430

Background imageSong Collection: Lyrics by Anne Boleyn

Lyrics by Anne Boleyn
Words by Anne Boleyn entitled O Death Rock Me On Sleep accompanied by an illustratio of the ill-fated Queen looking rather tragic. Date: 1934

Background imageSong Collection: Tuesdays Child by May Bowley

Tuesdays Child by May Bowley. A fortune-telling song telling a childs character or future based on the day they were born and help young children remember the days the week. Date: circa 1903



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