Joseph Green / George Hamilton Green - On The Banks Of The Wabash Far Away / A Bunch Of Roses album
On The Banks Of The Wabash Far Away. Xylophone – Joseph Green. A1. – On The Banks Of The Wabash Far Away. Written-By – Dresser. A2. – My Gal Sal.
George Hamilton Green elevated the xylophone to the position where it was recognized as a legitimate concert instrument. Younger brother of Joe Green (6). サイト: angelfire. com, georgehamiltongreen. George Hamilton Green, Joe Green (6) - Masters Of The Xylophone (CD, Album, Comp). Xylophonia Music Co. XMC 001.
Written and composed by American songwriter Paul Dresser, it was published by the Tin Pan Alley firm of Howley, Haviland and Company in October 1897. The lyrics of the ballad reminisce about life near Dresser's childhood home by the Wabash River in Indiana, United States
Album: Masters of the Xylophone. Masters of the Xylophone: Best 2 songs. George Hamilton Green & Joe Green - Jovial Jasper 02:59. George Hamilton Green & Joe Green - St. Louis Blues 03:03. Album: Masters of the Xylophone. George Hamilton Green & Joe Green: best 2 tracks. George Hamilton Green & Joe Green - Jovial Jasper Masters of the Xylophone, 1993 02:59. Louis Blues Masters of the Xylophone, 1993 03:03. Artist: George Hamilton Green & Joe Green.
Official George Hamilton Green and The Green Brothers Novelty Orchestra fan page. Here's the B A Rolfe (Lucky Strike) Orchestra. Most of the same characters in the recently discovered film. George and Sammy Herman are in the lower right. George Hamilton Green. 26 June 2017 ·. 20 June 2017 ·. Liebusfreud played by David Harvey.
Away (sv); Barndomshemmet (en); On the Banks of the Wabash, Barndomshemmet (sh). Media in category "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away". The following 22 files are in this category, out of 22 total. On the banks of the Wabash (NYPL ). jpg 3,947 5,739; . 1 MB.
Masters of the Xylophone. George Hamilton Green, Joe Green. 17. Do Another Break.
George Hamilton Green, Jr. (May 23, 1893 – 1970) was a xylophonist, composer, and cartoonist born in Omaha, Nebraska. He was born into a musical family, both his grandfather and his father being composers, arrangers, and conductors for bands in Omaha. Green showed a prodigious talent as a pianist; he then took up the xylophone and by the age of eleven was being promoted as the world’s greatest xylophonist and was playing for crowds of 7,000-10,000.
No arrogant jewel sits enthroned on her forehead Or swings from a white ear for all men to see But jewelled desire in a bosom so pearly Carries a rich bunch of red roses for me. More on Genius
Tracklist Hide Credits
|–Joseph Green*||On The Banks Of The Wabash Far Away
Xylophone – Joseph Green*
|A1||–||On The Banks Of The Wabash Far Away
Written-By – Dresser*
|A2||–||My Gal Sal
Written-By – Dresser*
|A3||–||When You And I Were Young, Maggie
Written-By – Butterfield*
|B||–George Hamilton Green||A Bunch Of Roses (Spanish March)
Written-By – Chapi*Xylophone – George Hamilton Green
- Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 77865
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 77942