I wonder who's kissing her nowAdditional title: The prince of to-night. I wonder who's kissing her now. Vocal score.
NamesHough, Will M. (Lyricist)Starmer (Illustrator)Adams, Frank R. (Frank Ramsay) (1883-1963) (Lyricist)Howard, Joseph E. (Joseph Edgar) (1878-1961)
Sheet music of songs from various musicals, plays, movies, and television.
Sheet music, 1909.
Dates / OriginCopyright Date: 1909Place: New YorkPublisher: Chas. K. Harris
Library locationsMusic DivisionShelf locator: M.C. (The prince of to-night, 1909)
TopicsAdams, Frank R., (Frank Ramsay), 1883-1963
NotesContent: Cameo photographs of lyricists Will M. Hough, Frank R. Adams, composer Jos. E. Howard, and publisher Chas K. Harris, upper left and lower edge of cover.Content: First line of text: You have loved lots of girls.Content: For voice and piano.Content: Mr. Mort. H. Singer presents the musical comedy The prince of to-night, produced at the Princess Theatre, Chicago, Ill.--Cover, top edge and lower right corner.Content: Caption title.Content: Cover illustrated by Starmer.Content: Covers separated; edges frayed and torn; some attempts to repair tears with tape.Content: First line of chorus: I wonder who's kissing her now.Content: National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project.Content: Treasures of the American Performing Arts, 1875-1923Statement of responsibility: lyric by [Will M.] Hough & [Frank R.] Adams ; music by Jos. E. Howard.
Physical DescriptionExtent: 1 vocal score (3 p.) : ill. ; 36 cm.
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: NYPG99-C851NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b14693316Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): c82eb2f0-c5fe-012f-052f-58d385a7bc34
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