Item 050 - Georgie Porgie : Humorous Part Song

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Georgie Porgie : Humorous Part Song

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CA MDML 013-1-050

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  • 1893 (Creation)
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    Gould, Joseph, 1833-1913
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    Toronto (Ont.)

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12 pages

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Suckling & Sons Collection of Standard Glees and Part Songs

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No. 7

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(1833-1913)

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Joseph Gould, the son of Ira Gould, owner of a large milling concern in Montréal, was choirmaster of the American Presbyterian Church and founded the Montreal Mendelssohn Choir in 1864.

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Joseph Gould used the pseudonym Sydney Perceval, which is the name written on the score

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Performed on 29 December 1893

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No. 95

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  • Volume: MCC v.1