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Text: Joseph E. Carpenter and Stephen Glover, ‘What are the wild waves saying?’ in several compilations

Type of text
song
Publication
1849
Contributors

lyricist: CARPENTER, Joseph E.  (1813-1885)

composer: GLOVER, Stephen  (1813-1870)

Main language(s)
English
Notes
The song is based on an incident in Dickens' Dombey and Son.
Contained in

Thomas Beecham (compiler), Beecham's music portfolio: vol. 5 (St Helens: Thomas Beecham, n.d.), p. 34

Short lantern readings: no. 26 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1898), pp. 16-18 (lyrics only)

Subject keyword

DICKENS, Charles  (1812-1870)

Associated slide set

reading for What are the wild waves saying? (song: Bamforth & Co., 12 slides, 1898)

Collections

copy in MLS Slide Readings Library, item 92515   Open PDF file

copy in MLS Slide Readings Library, item 90205   Open PDF file

Lucerna ID 4002389

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 21 May 2012

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