|Kernell, W. B. (William Bernard)
|T. B. Harms and Francis, Day & Hunter
|Place of Publication
|New York (N.Y.)
|Year of Publication
|Date of Copyright
|1 score, voice and piano (, 2-5,  p.)
|Written for the postwar revue Elsie Janis and Her Gang, this song had no impact other than in the show. However, it was singled out by several reviewers for its effectiveness.
|The ingenious jig-like music makes good use of chromatic harmony to set off comic moments in the text; in technique, character, and function it recalls similar songs by Gilbert and Sullivan.
|Subject - Topic
|Subject - Geographic
|Subject - Temporal
|The organization that has made the Item available believes that the Item is in the Public Domain under the laws of the United States, but a determination was not made as to its copyright status under the copyright laws of other countries. The Item may not be in the Public Domain under the laws of other countries. Please refer to the organization that has made the Item available for more information.
|R. F. [Richard Fechheimer]
|Stylish woman wearing spurred boots and a U. S. army dress cap, pulling a string with four toy figures on wheels: American, French, and Italian soldiers, and a cannon on which ride a British officer and an American sailor. TL: small inset portrait photograph of Elsie Janis, wearing an army helmet. Orange and black on white; signed BR.
|Back Cover Description
|Sample: Yearning (© 1918 02 27).
|Voice and piano.
|James Francis Driscoll Collection of American Sheet Music
|World War I Sheet Music from the James Francis Driscoll Collection of American Sheet Music