Bo-peep, or, Tales of Mother GooseAdditional title: Bo-Peep. [alternative title]Additional title: Have you ever heard the tales of Mother Goose? [first line]Additional title: Mother Goose. Tales of Mother Goose. [uniform title]Additional title: Now I stand for the heroes of childhood, I'm one of them surely, you see. [first line of chorus]
NamesBowles, George H. (Lyricist)Eustis, Fred J. (1851 or 2-1912) (Composer)
American popular songs
Sheet music, 1897
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1897Place: New York ; ChicagoPublisher: M. Witmark & Sons
Library locationsMusic Division
NotesContent: Border of cover has silhouettes depicting various Mother Goose tales: Bo-Peep, the old woman who lived ina shoe, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and Jill, Litle Boy Blue, Jack Horner, Mother Hubbard, Contrary Mary, and the mouse that ran up the clock. In center, Mother Goose rides a broomstick with 2 geese nearby, while a cow jumps over the moon.Content: On cover: Introduced in Junius Howe's production of Edgar Smith and Louis De Lange's musical extravaganza Mother Goose at the 14trh Street Theatre, New York.Content: Summary: Bo-Peep mentions numerous nursery rhymes as an introduction to praising childhood.Content: Contains 16 bars of piano (only) music labeled "Dance" after chorus.Content: Cover gives primacy to title: Tales of Mother Goose; caption gives primacy to title: Bo-Peep.Statement of responsibility: words by Geo. Bowles ; music by Fred. Eustis.
Physical DescriptionExtent: 1 score (6 p.) ; 35 cm.
Type of ResourceNotated music
IdentifiersUniversal Unique Identifier (UUID): e0528c30-c591-012f-f19b-58d385a7bc34
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