Listen To The Mocking Bird

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  1. Nov 05,  · The result of their collaboration was “Listen to the Mockingbird,” an enormous hit of the 19th century – one historian claims it sold 20 million copies of .
  2. Listen to the Mockingbird, a CD by the Chestnut Brass, is a fine album featuring old period instruments and performing Civil War songs.5/5(2).
  3. Aug 06,  · An always expanding collection of finely mimicked songs is the beautiful repertoire of the northern mockingbird. Both male and female mockingbirds have Author: Gary Soper.
  4. May 29,  · Sheet music for “Listen to the Mocking Bird” from credits street musician Richard Milburn for the melody of the song and Septimus Winner, under the alias “Alice Hawthorne,” for the writing and arranging. “Listen to the Mocking Bird” grew to be one of the most popular songs during the nineteenth century.
  5. Biography. Winner was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the seventh child to Joseph E. Winner (an instrument maker specializing in violins) and wife Mary Ann. Mary Ann Winner was a relative of Nathaniel Hawthorne, hence Septimus' use of the Hawthorne name as part of his pseudonym Alice Hawthorne.. Winner attended Philadelphia Central High School. Although largely self-taught in the area of.
  6. Listen to the mockingbird. Sing his sweet song, Listen to the mockingbird. And know that life goes on. On that morning, dressed in black, I began my journey back; Through old cobwebs colors blew, >From my footsteps shadows flew Through these eyes of light now.
  7. Listen To The Mockingbird. I'm dreaming now of Hallie, sweet Hallie, sweet Hallie. I'm dreaming now of Hallie, for the thought of her is one that never dies. She's sleeping in the valley, the valley, the valley. She's sleeping in the valley, and the mockingbird shinging where she lies.
  8. A lovely, if rather parsimonious (only 40 minutes) collection of songs like I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now, The Ash Grove, and the title song Listen to the Mockingbird. A quartet of singers with the backing of an instrumental quartet who all blend beautifully, the performances are ideal/5(8).
  9. "Listen To The Mocking Bird" became a massive hit throughout the USA and Europe, so much so that it has been estimated that by , three years after Winner's death, it had sold twenty million copies, fifteen million in the States alone.

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