Alexander's Ragtime Band
"Alexander's Ragtime Band" is a song by Irving Berlin. It was his first major hit, in 1911.It might be regarded as a sequel to "Alexander and His Clarinet," which Berlin wrote with Ted Snyder in 1910....
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Elsässisches Fahnenlied
The Elsässisches Fahnenlied ("The Alsatian Flag's song") was written by Emil Woerth (1870-1926) in German when Alsace was part of the German Empire (1871-1918). It was adopted as the official anthem o...
I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad)
I Want A Girl (Just Like The Girl That Married Dear Old Dad) (sometimes shortened to "I Want A Girl") is a popular song of 1911 composed by Harry Von Tilzer and with lyrics by William Dillon, which ha...
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Big Steamers
Big Steamers is a poem by Rudyard Kipling, first published in 1911 as one of his twenty-three poems written specially for C. R. L. Fletcher's "A School History of England". It appears in the last cha...
Any Old Iron (song)
"Any Old Iron" is a British music hall song written by Charles Collins, Fred E. Terry and E.A. Sheppard. The song was made famous by Harry Champion, who sang it as part of his act and who later recor...
Oh, You Beautiful Doll
"Oh, You Beautiful Doll" is a ragtime love song published in 1911 with words by Seymour Brown and music by Nat D. Ayer and Irving Berlin. The song was one of the first with a twelve-bar opening.The tu...
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Sarnia Cherie
Sarnia Cherie is used as the anthem of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands. 'Sarnia' is a traditional Latin name for the island, hence, the title translates as 'Dear Guernsey'. Geor...
The Floral Dance
"The Floral Dance" is a popular English song describing the annual Furry Dance in Helston, Cornwall.The music and lyric were written in 1911 by Kate Emily Barkley ("Katie") Moss (1881-1947) who was a ...
The Preacher and the Slave
"The Preacher and the Slave" is a song written by Joe Hill in 1911. It was written as a parody of the hymn "In the Sweet By-and-By". The Industrial Workers of the World (commonly known as the Wobblies...
The Rebel Girl (song)
"The Rebel Girl" is a song written by Joe Hill in 1911. The song was published in the Little Red Songbook of the Industrial Workers of the World, and as sheet music in 1915. Hill wrote the song for I...
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Farther Along (song)
"Farther Along" is a Southern Gospel song published by the Stamps-Baxter Music Company.
The lyrics to the song were written in 1911 by Rev. W. A. Fletcher, an itinerant preacher, while he was trav...
Casey Jones—the Union Scab
"Casey Jones—the Union Scab" is a 1911 song written by Joe Hill in 1911 in San Pedro, shortly after the first day of a nationwide walkout of 40,000 railway employees. It is a parody of the song "The B...
That Mysterious Rag
"That Mysterious Rag" is a song by Irving Berlin and Ted Snyder written in 1911. It was one of the earliest Berlin songs to become a commercial success.
According to Howard Pollack in a biography...
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Roamin' In The Gloamin'
"Roamin' In The Gloamin'" is a popular love song written by Sir Harry Lauder in 1911. The song tells of a man and his sweetheart courting in the evening. The title comes from the chorus: The song was ...
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Stagger Lee
"Stagger Lee", also known as "Stagolee" and other variants, is a popular American folk song about the murder of Billy Lyons by "Stag" Lee Shelton in St. Louis, Missouri at Christmas, 1895. The song wa...
We Hail Thee Carolina
"We Hail Thee Carolina" is the alma mater of the University of South Carolina. It was adopted by the University in 1912 and is sung by alumni and students at Gamecock athletic events. The alma mater ...