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Ephemera

The quack's song

Lutz, Meyer, 1822-1903.
Date
[1887]

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Description

Sheet music of a song sung by Edward Terry (his portrait, as a seller of nostrums, is on the front cover). It parodies quacks, patent medicines, mesmerism, rheumatism, mumps and pain.

Publication/Creation

London : Hopwood & Crew, [1887]

Physical description

1 score (9 pages) : color illustrations, portrait ; 36 cm +

Notes

Song for voice and piano.

First line: Now, then, all who've got the rheumatism.

Song uses tune of the "Post horn galop" composed by Hermann Louis Koenig.

Language

  • English


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