I’d be proud to be the mother of a soldier / words and music by Charles Bayha
AuthorComposer:Bayha, Charles A. (Charles Anthony), 1891-1957
Author of Text:Bayha, Charles A. (Charles Anthony), 1891-1957
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SubjectWorld War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music.; Mothers -- Songs and music.; Sons -- Songs and music.; Soldiers -- Songs and music.; Popular music -- United States -- 1911-1920.; Songs with piano.; Mothers -- Pictorial works.; Soldiers -- Pictorial works.; Armed forces -- Officers -- Pictorial works.; Swords -- Pictorial works.
For voice and piano.Caption title.Advertising includes musical incipit for "On my way to New Orleans" by Albert von Tilzer.Part of the chorus printed as text on cover.Teller, Sons & Dorner, New York.Cover illustration: A son dressed in an officer's uniform. He is holding his sword with his left hand while holding his mother's hand with the right. His mother has her left hand on his right shoulder / De Takacs.
PublisherShapiro, Bernstein & Co.
xmlui.metadata.dc.title.first-line-of-textSeated ’round the table were Mother and Dad
xmlui.metadata.dc.title.first-line-of-chorusYou’d do the same thing if it should come tomorrow
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