I didn’t raise my boy to be a soldier / music by Al. Piantadosi ; lyrics by Alfred Bryan.
AuthorComposer:Piantadosi, Al, 1884-1955
Author of Text:Bryan, Alfred, 1871-1958
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SubjectWorld War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music; World War, 1914-1918 -- Peace -- Songs and music; World War, 1914-1918 -- Public opinion -- Songs and music; Soldiers -- Family relationships -- Songs and music; Mothers -- Songs and music; Sons -- Songs and music; Fear of death -- Songs and music; Popular music -- United States -- 1911-1920; Songs with piano; Mothers -- Pictorial works; Sons -- Pictorial works; Combat -- Pictorial works; Fireplaces -- Pictorial works; Hugging -- Pictorial works; Tables -- Pictorial works; Knitting -- Pictorial works
For voice and piano.Caption title.Advertising includes musical incipits for "There’s a little spark of love still burning" and "On the shores of Italy.""A mother’s plea for peace"--Cover.Teller, Sons & Dorner, New-York.Cover illustration: drawing of a mother embracing her son while sitting in a chair in front of a fireplace with her knitting on the table beside her and with scenes of a battle in the space above their heads; includes photo of ’Chee-Toy of the Ching Ling Foo Co.’ / [Starmer]."Respectfully dedicated to Every Mother--Everywhere"--Caption.
PublisherLeo Feist, Inc.
xmlui.metadata.dc.title.first-line-of-textTen million soldiers to the war have gone
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