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Amicus No.:    31390546
Performer Heading:    Macdonough, Harry, 1871-1931;  Werrenrath, Reinald, 1883-1953 
Performer:    Macdonough ; Dixon ; Werrenrath
Title:    When that I was a little tiny boy ; Hold thy peace [sound recording] / Fielding, music ; Shakespeare
Composer Heading:    Fielding;  Shakespeare, William,;  unknown 
Larger work:    Shakespeare in music ; Twelfth night
Generic Label:    Victor
Transcribed Label:    Victor
Numbers:    Issue no.: 17724 
   Matrix no.: [15615] 
   Take no.: 2
   Side no.: A
Notes:    Distributor: Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden
   Manufacturer: Victor Talking Machine Co., New Jersey
   Recorded: [21 Jan 1915], [Camden, NJ], Victor Talking Machine
   Released: [ca 1915]
   Issue Type: primary label
   Comments: Additional information/information additionnelle: Both of these songs are traditional, included in Shakespeare's "Twelfth night", and provided in Louis Charles Elson's "Shakespeare in Music" of 1901. According to Elson, William Chappell attributes the melody for "When that I was a little tiny boy" to someone by the name of Fielding. It is unlikely that Shakespeare is responsible for the lyrics of either song.
   Discographical reference: disc; The Online Discographical Project, recording date and matrix number; Canadian Music Trades Journal, release date
Physical Description:    1 sound disc : 78 rpm, monaural ; 10 inch
Location:    0015 1197 1200
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