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The New Electric Light. The Popular Comic Song

By Alfred Lee

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Piano and voice
Composed by Alfred Lee. Inventions, Domestic life, Intoxication, International relations. Lester S. Levy Collection. 5 pages. Published by Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries (LV.16593).

Item Number: LV.16593

The New Electric Light. The Popular Comic Song. Written By Frank W. Green, Esq.; Music Composed By Alfred Lee. Published [n.d.] by C. Sheard, Musical Bouquet Office, 192 High Holborn in London. Composition of strophic with chorus with piano and voice instrumentation. Subject headings for this piece include Inventions, Domestic life, Intoxication, International relations. First line reads "Oh have you heard the latest news of how the world's to be.".

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