Dating the compositions of Joe Morley by Richard Ineson

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Burnthwaite Road John Alvey Turner Clifford Essex

Most of Joe Morley’s compositions do not bear a date, those that do so offer clues to the publication, if not the actual year of composition of other works. We can be sure of the period of publication of Morley’s earliest pieces because they were purchased and published by Clifford Essex whilst he was in partnership with Alfred Cammeyer this partnership commenced in 1893 and ended in 1900. More accurate dating of some of these early pieces published by Essex and Cammeyer is possible because they are listed on dated solos, hence we can be almost certain that the following solos were composed in, or before, 1893 because they are listed on a copy of "In the Moonlight" which is dated 1893, the numbers are the ones given to the solos in the E&C lists.

1  No 21  Violet Mazurka
2  No 22  Shanklin Schottische
3  No 23 In the Moonlight
4  No 26 Sandown Schottische
5  No 27  Favourite Waltz
6  No 28  Moonbeams Shadow Dance
7  No  29 Wimbledon Barn Dance
8  No 30  New Jersey Breakdown
9  No 33 Dreamland Gavotte
10  No 34  Pastime Schottische
11  No 35  Dora Breakdown
12  No 36  Cowes Schottische
13  No 37  Royal Osborne Gavotte
14  No  38  Polka in C
15  No  40  Sunflower Breakdown
16  No  41  Scarborough Schottische
17  No  42  Cannon Jig
18  No 45  Heel and Toe Polka
19  No  46  Court Beauties Gavotte
20  No 49  Rayon d’or Polka

These solos must be the ones to which Clifford Essex referred in his tribute to Joe Morley entitled ‘Poor Old Joe’, which appeared in the B. M. G. magazine in November, 1937.
In this article Essex stated that he first met Morley in Sandown, Isle of Wight, in 1891, and that he offered to buy some of Morley’s compositions, for publication, at this time; Morley, however, did not supply the solos to Essex for three years.
This means that Essex claims that he did not receive the solos until 1894 but they are listed on the cover of a banjo solo which is dated 1893; Essex’ memory may have been at fault here or it is possible that the solos were added to the list and the amended list was printed on the reverse of the dated solo after it’s date of first publication.
In addition to these listed solos there are others published by the E&C partnership which, accordingly, must have been composed and published prior to 1900, the year that the E&C partnership was dissolved. 

These solos are: -

1

No

  85

 Varsity Polka
This was played by Morley at a concert in December, 1895)

2

No

  86

 Fairyland Schottische

3

No

  93

 Hailstorm Jig

4

No

  97

 Kentucky Parade

5

No

  98

 Parrakeet Polka

6

No

 101

 Arizona Jig

7

No

 103

 New Year Polka

8

No

 104

 Olivia Schottische

9

No

 113

 Cane Brake Dance

10

No

 146

 Brooklyn Polka

11 

No

 152

 Firefly Polka 
(This was also published in ‘The Banjo World’ in January, 1899)

12 

No

 153

 Festival Dance

13 No  226  Dance of the Imps*

We can make a few deductions from the position of these solos in the E&C lists, firstly we know that No. 49. Rayon d’or Polka was probably published in, or before, 1893, so that the above solos were published (but not necessarily composed) later than this, No. 85. Varsity Polka, was played by Morley in 1895 so this piece, presumably, was composed in, or before, that year.
The celebrated banjoists, Parke Hunter and Cadwallader Mays came to the U.K. in 1896, they are first mentioned in the E&C lists, in connection with Gregory’s L’Infanta March, which is No. 109 in the lists.
We may assume that this points to that solo being published in or around 1896, this means that Cane Brake Dance No. 113, Brooklyn Polka No.146, Firefly Polka No.152, and Festival Dance No.153, must have been published between 1896 and 1900.
These are all the solos that were published by E&C.

* Dance of the Imps is interesting from the point of view that this seems to the only Morley piece published by Cammeyer after the dissolution of the Essex & Cammeyer partnership. This solo was published in the Banjo World, Cammeyer's magazine , in September, 1905, and also as a complete solo, No. 226 in the Cammeyer lists.It does not appear in the Essex & Cammeyer lists of 1899 or the Cammeyer lists of 1901; it is possible that as Cammeyer retained the copyright to all the Morley pieces published under the Essex & Cammeyer banner, this piece may not have been published prior to 1900 and Cammeyer decided to publish at at a later date.


The Burnthwaite Road period                                                              Top of Page
This brings us to the mysterious Burnthwaite Road publications; Essex and Cammeyer split as a result of an argument about copyrights, the terms of the dissolution of the partnership meant that Essex could not start a rival publication to Cammeyer’s "Banjo World" within three years of the date of the dissolution. There may have been other restrictions placed on Essex as regards the publication of banjo music and perhaps this is perhaps how the ‘Burnthwaite Road’ solos came to be published.
The cover of these solos (I only have one ) has a picture of a young Joe Morley, he is named as the publisher and his address is given as 11. Burnthwaite Road, Fulham, London S. W. Click here to see the cover that was used for these solos.

There is also a list of seven pieces : -

1

 Slip Along Polka

2

 Rag-Time Jubilee

3

 Fun in the Cottonfield

4

 Grafton Parade

5

 Coons Picnic (sic)

6

 La Plus Belle Polka

7

 The Spread Eagle March

 
My only solo in this series with the Morley cover showing the Burnthwaite Rd. address is the ‘Coons Picnic’ this is interesting because the trio of this piece has an optional arrangement a la Vess Ossman; Ossman first came to the U. K. in 1903 so does this point to the publication of this piece being after this date? Morley may have got the idea of arranging the trio in this style after hearing recordings of Ossman rather than seeing him perform in person.
It has been suggested that the Burnthwaite Road solos were published by Essex, under Morley’s name, to avoid conflict with Alfred Cammeyer about copyright, if this is correct, the publication of these solos would have taken place around the year 1900.

The John Alvey Turner Publications                                             Top of Page
John Alvey Turner published most of Joe Morley’s compositions, some of these are dated but most are not. We can set approximate dates for the publication of the undated compositions using Turner’s changes of address and the serial number of the composition in the Turner lists.
John Alvey Turner started as a publisher of music, in general, sometime in the mid nineteenth century at the following addresses, 1a, Leadenhall Street and later, 19, Cornhill. Turner seems to have concentrated his efforts into publishing banjo music and selling banjos in the 1870’s/80’s when he established his business in Crosby Hall, becoming the main banjo related music business in the U. K. John Alvey Turner, himself, died in 1904.
The addresses of the Alvey Turner empire, in chronological order are:-
33  Bishopsgate  Within E. C.
39  Oxford Street
139  Oxford Street
68  New Oxford Street
28  Store Street  

Morley publications listed by address:

33, Bishopsgate

1

No

 400

  Ashantee March

2

No

 402

  Malmaison Mazurka

3

No

 404

  Golden Shadows

4

No

 406

  Battledore

5

No

 408

  Morley’s Minor Jig this is dated 1894 
 (also bears the 39, Oxford St address 
 so may indicate the date of Turner’s move to this address )

6

No

 410

  Colwyn Bay Polka

7

No

 414

  Valley of the Rocks

8

No

 416

  Belle of the Pantomime

9

No

 418

  Alabama Barn Dance (also Turner Album No 9)

These are the first of the Morley solos published by Turner.

39, Oxford Street
Alphabetical order

1

No

 816

  Il Bacio

2

No

 802

  Mountaineer’s March

3

No

 837

  Palladium March

4

No

 806

  Piece Caracteristique

Numerical order

1

No

 802

  Mountaineer’s March

No

 806

  Piece Caracteristique

3

No

 816

  Il Bacio

4

No

 837

  Palladium March

139, Oxford Street
Alphabetical order

1

No  843

  Banjo Capers

2

No  875

  Banjo Diversion this is dated 1925

3

No  851

  Banjoland

4

No  826

  Black Pearl

5

No  852

  Canadian’s Parade

6

No  836

  Gavotte de Concert dated 1923

7

No  864

  Georgia Walk Round also 1923

8

No  856

  Gunner’s March

9

No  870

  Japanese Patrol this is dated 1924

10

No  865

  Jollity this is dated 1923

11

No  854

  Kaffir Walk Round

12

No  872

  Mauna Loa* 

13

No  866

  Minuet this is dated 1923

14

No  874

  Nadasia this is dated 1925

15

No  798

  Polka de Concert

16

No  849

  R.A.F.'s ’s Parade

17

No  876

  Sea Breeze this is dated 1925 *

18

No  846

  Terrier’s March

19

No  810

  Vaudeville Dance

20

No  804

  Water Nymphs

* also overprinted with the 8, Oxford St address
 

Numerical order

1 No  798   Polka de Concert
2 No  804   Water Nymphs
3 No  810   Vaudeville Dance
4 No  826   Black Pearl
5 No  843   Banjo Capers
6 No  846   Terrier’s March
7 No  849   R.A.F's Parade
8 No  851   Banjoland
No  852   Canadian’s Parade
10 No  854   Kaffir Walk round
11 No  856   Gunner’s March
12 No  836   Gavotte de Concert dated 1923
13 No  864   Georgia Walk round dated 1923
14  No  865   Jollity dated1923
15 No  866   Minuet dated 1923
16 No  870   Japanese Patrol dated 1924
17 No  872   Mauna Loa
18 No  874   Nadasia dated 1925
19  No  875   Banjo Diversion dated 1925
20 No  876   Sea Breeze dated 1925

68, Oxford Street
Alphabetical order

1

No

 888

  Ad Astra

2

No

 898

  Apple Blossoms dated 1930

3

No

 839

  Bagpipe Patrol

4

No

 886

  Banjo Frolic dated 1932

5

No

 833

  Banjo Oddity

6

No

 879

  Boston Walk Round

7

No

 812

  Bright Eyes

8

No

 882

  Café au Lait

9

No

 828

  Camptown Carnival

10

No

 836

  Chrysanthemum

11

No

 808

  Clematis

12

No

 807

  Corn Cob Parade

13

No

 878

  Cupid’s Serenade

14

No

 801

  Danse Arlequin

15

No

 803

  Darkie Chuckle

16

No

 902

  Desert Trail

17

No

 895

  Diana dated 1931

18

No

 887

  Dimples

19

No

 821

  Dresden China

20

No

 825

  Egyptian Princess

21

No

 819

  El Contrabandista

22

No

 899

  Ethiopian Shuffle dated 1932

23

No

 847

  Jovial Huntsman

24

No

 873

  Joy Ride dated 1925

25

No

 877

  Keynotes Rag

26

No

 872

  Mauna Loa
(also has the 139, New Oxford St address)

27

No

 818

  Merry and Bright

28

No

 802

  Mountaineer’s March
(also bears the 39, Oxford Street address)

29

No

 853

  Niggertown dated 1919

30

No

 861

  Old Plantation Melodies No 1

31

No

 862

  Old Plantation Melodies No 2 dated 1923

32

No

 837

  Palladium March
(also bears the 39 Oxford Street address)

33

No

 805

  Patrol Eccentrique

34

No

 809

  Peach Blossom

35

No

 876

  Sea Breeze dated 1925
(also bears the 139 Oxford St address)

36

No

 868

  Zarana dated 1923

Numerical order

1

No

 801

  Danse Arlequin

2

No

 802

  Mountaineer’s March

3

No

 803

  Darkie Chuckle

4

No

 805

  Patrol Eccentrique

5

No

 807

  Corn Cob Parade

6

No

 808

  Clematis

7

No

 809

  Peach Blossom

8

No

 812

  Bright Eyes

9

No

 818

  Merry and Bright

10

No

 819

  El Contrabandista

11

No

 821

  Dresden China

12

No

 825

  Egyptian Princess

13

No

 828

  Camptown Carnival

14

No

 833

  Banjo Oddity

15

No

 836

 Chrysanthemum

16

No

 837

  Palladium March

17

No

 839

  Bagpipe Patrol

18

No

 847

  Jovial Huntsman

19

No

 853

  Niggertown (dated 1919)

20

No

 861

  Old Plantation Melodies No 1

21

No

 862

  Old Plantation Melodies No 2 (dated 1923)

22

No

 868

  Zarana (dated 1923)

23

No

 872

  Mauna Loa

24

No

 873

 Joy Ride dated 1925

25

No

 876

  Sea Breeze(dated 1925)

26

No

 877

  Keynotes Rag

27

No

 878

  Cupid’s Serenade

28

No

 879

  Boston walk round

29

No

 882

  Cafe au Lait

30

No

 886 

  Banjo Frolic (dated 1932)

31

No

 887

  Dimples

32

No

 888

  Ad Astra

33

No

 895

  Diana(dated1931)

34

No

 898

  Apple Blossoms

35

No

 899

  Ethiopian Shuffle (dated 1932)

36

No

 902

  Desert Trail

 

28, Store Street.

1

 Egyptian Princess (also bears the 68 Oxford St, address)

2

 Ethiopian Shuffle (also bears the 68 Oxford Street address) 

Pieces from the Morley tutor

1

 Alpine Waltz

2

 Bouree

 Dancing Bear

4

 Fortissimo

 Hoedown

6

 Hornpipe

7

 Mandy’s Wedding

8

 Mazurka

9

 Morceau

10

 Ottawa

11

 Old Fashioned Breakdown

12

 Refrain

13

 Tarantella

Pieces published in ‘Keynotes’ (these are only ones which I have seen, there may be more)

1

 Keynotes Club March

2

 Mazzeppa

3

 Pilgrim’s Chorus (arrangement)

4

 Sylvanesque (may also have been published in the Banjo Budget)

Unseen J. A. T. publications

1

 Ambrosia Waltz(not positively known to have been published)

2

 Bal Masque(not positively known to have been published)

3

 Banjohemia

4

 Baridore

5

 Billet Doux

6

 Drum Major March

7

 Electra (not positively known to have been published)

8

 Escort March

9

 Golden Shadows(not positively known to have been published)

10

 Lady Vanity(not positively known to have been published

11

 Malmaison(not positively known to have been published)

12

 Merry Minstrels

13

 Popinjay (not the ABF publication)

14

 Rustic Belle(not positively known to have been published)

15

 Savannah

16

 Titania(not positively known to have been published)

17

 Tomorrow

This is all of Morley’s work published by Turner which I have been able to trace, it would appear that nothing, composed by Morley, was published by Turner after 1933, perhaps Clifford Essex published Morley’s last few compositions, some, of course, were never published.
Some of Morley’s last compositions such as ‘Mr. Punch’ were played and recorded by the Kentucky Minstrels, so they were obviously considered to have some musical merit, the reason for them remaining unpublished is unclear, the popularity of the five stringed banjo by this time must certainly have been on the decline and the demand for new publications probably limited.
Morley’s solos are listed on the most common of the various covers used by Turner for his banjo publications, this shows a picture of Morley on the right and a list of his solos on the left. The earliest number I have listed in this format is 400 the ‘Ashantee March’ and the latest is 893 ‘Apple Blossoms’.

Clifford Essex Publications                                                               Top of Page
Dating the Clifford Essex publications, in most instances, is difficult, little reliance can be placed on the address printed on the solo as some of the solos remained popular enough to remain in print over many years and consequently, through several changes of address.
It seems that all the Morley solos published by Essex were published between 1900 and 1936, a few pieces were printed, or reprinted in the B. M. G. magazine in later years.
In the early years of the Essex company, the solos were numbered, this number is given, where it is known, immediately before the title.
Some solos do bear a date, where this is so I have listed it, in all cases I have tried to give the earliest address which I can find on a particular solo.
Bearing in mind that Joe Morley died in 1937 and that Clifford Essex was at the Grafton Street address until 1936 it seems unlikely that much remained unpublished by Essex at the time of Morley’s death.
There will have been some solos which appeared as supplements to BMG in later years which were not published elsewhere.
The main point of interest in this chronological listing of the Essex publications is that it shows that Morley’s solos were still in demand long after his death and that it was still financially worthwhile for the Clifford Essex company to print new copies with the amended address.
The addresses, in chronological order, are: -

1900 - 1936

 15a

 Grafton Street.

1936 - 1942

  90

 Shaftesbury Avenue.

1942 - 1957

  8

 New Compton Street.

1957 - 1978

  20

 Earlham Street.

The solos in alphabetical order

1

  Blush Rose GS & ES

2

  Bolero BMG

3

No 413

  Butterfly GS

4

  Celebrated Grafton Parade GS

5

No 414

  Circus Parade ES

6

No  48

  Coon’s Picnic GS 
(probably the same solo as was
published at the Burnthwaite Rd address)

7

No 407

  Crackerjack NCS

8

No 63

  Darktown Dandies GS

9

No 398

  Dig Dag GS

10

No 384

  Donkey Laugh GS & NCS

11

No 242

  Dream Dance GS

12

No 74

  Eli Green’s Cakewalk GS dated 1903

13

No 272

  Ethiopian Mardi Gras GS

14

No 253

  Felicita GS

15

  Festival GS

16

No 416

  Freckles GS

17

No 84

  Fun in the Cottonfield

18

  Gavotte BMG

19

No 303

  Georgian Breeze NCS

20

No 386

  Georgia Medley NCS

21

No 212

  Gold Diggers GS ES

22

No 96

  Grafton Parade

23

  International Medley GS

24

No 405

  Jacko on Parade GS

25

  Joette BMG 1937

26

No 389

  Jogging Along GS

27

No 418

  Kingdom Comin’ GS & ES

28 No 124   La Plus Belle 
29 No 411   London Club Parade
30 No 203   Magnolia Waltz GS
31 No 401   Merriment GS & NCS
32 No 239   Mississippi Bubble GS
33 No 395   Mixed Grill GS
34   Monkitrix GS
35 No 265   Moonlight Revels GS
36   Mr. Punch BMG
37   Musketeer’s March BMG

38

  Nigger in a Fit GS

39

No 410

  Nuts and Wine GS

40

No 381

  Palladium Rag GS

41

No 261

  Patricia GS

42

  Pep BMG 1937

43

No 289

  Pompadour Gavotte NCS

44

  Pussyfoot Parade BMG

45

No 157

  Ragtime Jubilee GS

46

No 243

  Ring Master BMG 190

47

No 219

  Riverside Gavotte GS & BMG

48

No 298

  Rose Leaves NCS

49

No 263

  Senegambian Revels NCS

50

  Shuffle Along GS

51

No 165

  Slip along Polka GS BMG 1911

52

  Sorella

53

  Sports Parade GS

54

No 166

  Spread Eagle
(this is probably the same composition
that was published by
Morley at the Burnthwaite Road address)

55

No 403

  Sprig of Shillelagh GS

56

  Springboks AKA Mixed Grill

57

  Step Lively BMG

58

  Sunbeam Sand Dance BMG

59

  Swan Dance BMG

60

No 299

  Sylvan Echoes NCS

61

  Thumb and Finger Tricks AKA Musketeers March BMG

62

No 391

  Thumbs Up GS

63

No 244

  Torchlight Parade GS

64

  Twiddley Polka BMG

65

  Waltz BMG

The solos in alphabetical order
Grafton Street Publications

1

  Blush rose

2

  Butterfly

3

  Celebrated Grafton Parade

4

  Darktown Dandies

5

  Dig Dag

6

  Donkey Laugh

7

  Dream Dance

8

  Eli Green’s Cakewalk GS dated 1903

9

  Ethiopian Mardi Gras GS

10

  Felicita GS

11

  Festival GS

12

  Freckles GS

13

  International Medley GS

14

  Jacko on Parade GS

15

  Jogging Along GS

16

  Magnolia Waltz GS

17

  Mississippi Bubble GS

18

  Mixed Grill GS

19

  Monkitrix GS

20

  Moonlight Revels GS

21

  Nigger in a Fit GS

22

  Nuts and Wine GS

23

  Palladium Rag GS

24

  Ring Master BMG 190

25

  Shuffle Along GS

26

  Slip along Polka GS BMG2 Sports Parade GS

27

  Sprig of Shillelagh GS

28

  Thumbs Up GS

29

  Torchlight Parade GS

Shaftesbury Avenue Publications

1 A Mixed Grill
2 Crackerjack
3 Darktown Dandies

New Compton St. publications

1

 Circus Parade also ES

2

 Crackerjack also ES

3

 Georgian Breeze

4

 Georgia Medley

5

 London Club Parade

6

 Merriment

7

 Pompadour Gavotte

8

 Rose Leaves

9

 Senegambian Revels

10

 Sylvan Echoes

 

Earlham Street publications

1  Circus Parade
2  Crackerjack
3  Gold Diggers
4  Kingdom Comin’

Morley Mss. owned by the C. Essex company, some of which were published in the B. M. G. magazine

1

 Bolero*

2  Czardas*

3

 Graceful Dance No 1

4

 Joette

5  Kiddies Scamper

6

 Mr Punch

7

 Musketeer’s March (AKA Thumb and Fingertricks)

8

 Pep

9

 Pussyfoot Parade

10

 Riverside Gavotte

11

 Rosemary

12

 Rubiana

13

 Sorella

14

 Spread Eagle

15

 Thumb and Fingertricks (see No 4)

16

 Twiddley Polka

17

  Waltz

Bolero and Czardas are virtually the same solo, there are very few difference, just a few notes here and there.


Chronological order

1

No

 48

  Coon’s Picnic

2

No

 63

  Darktown Dandies

3

No

 74

  Eli Green’s Cakewalk

4

No

 84

  Fun in the Cottonfield

5

No

 96

  The Grafton Parade
(I assume that this is the same solo
as the ‘Celebrated Grafton Parade’)

6

No

 124

  La Plus Belle Polka

7

No

 157

  Ragtime Jubilee

8

No

 165

  Slip Along Polka

9

No

 166

  Spread Eagle

10

No

 203

  Magnolia Waltz

11

No

 212

  Gold Diggers March

12

No

 219

  Riverside Gavotte

13

No

 239

  Mississippi Bubble

14

No

 242

  Dream Dance

15

No

 243

  Ringmaster

16

No

 244

  Torchlight Parade

17

No

 253

  Felicita

18

No

 261

  Patricia

19

No

 263

  Senegambian Revels

20

No

 265

  Moonlight Revels

21

No

 272

  An Ethiopian Mardi Gras

22

No

 289

  Pompadour Gavotte

23

No

 298

  Rose Leaves

24

No

 299

  Sylvan Echoes

25

No

 303

  A Georgian Breeze

26

No

 381

  Palladium Rag

27

No

 384

  The Donkey Laugh

28

No

 386

  Georgia Medley

29

No

 389

  Jogging Along

30

No

 391

  Thumbs Up

31 No 395   Mixed Grill

32

No

 401

  Merriment

33 No 403   Sprig of Shillelagh
34 No 405   Jacko on Parade
35 No 407   Crackerjack
36 No 410   Nuts and Wine

37

No

 411

  London Club Parade

38 No 413   Butterfly
39 No 414   Circus Parade
40 No 416   Freckles
41 No 418   Kingdom Comin’

These are all of the numbered solos I have traced, the rest are listed in alphabetical order.

42

 Blush Rose

43

 Bolero

44

 Celebrated Grafton Parade

45

 Festival

46

 Gavotte

47

 International Medley

48

 Joette

49

 Monkitrix

50

 Mr Punch

51

 Musketeer’s March

52

 Nigger in a Fit

53

 Pep

54

 Pussyfoot Parade

55

 Rubiana

56

 Shuffle along

57

 Sorella

58

 Sports Parade

59

 Step Lively

60

 Sunbeam Sand Dance

61

 Swan Dance

62

 Twiddley Polka

63

 Waltz

The total number of pieces composed by Morley which I have traced is 238, no doubt there are a few more to come to light; some pieces, such as ‘Shuffle Along’ are known by other titles (American Glide), this makes it difficult to put an accurate figure on the final total of compositions.
There are other complications, is the ‘Pimpernel’ mazurka, No. 385, published by Dallas the same composition as the ‘Pimpernel’ mazurka listed as No. 822 in the Turner lists?
Some authorities claim that some of the pieces in the Turner lists were never printed/published, these include ‘Malmaison’ mazurka, ‘Bal Masque’, ‘ Electra’ and ‘Popinjay’, etc. In the main list I have put ‘not seen-listed on Pall’ March’ against these titles; this refers to the earliest Turner list I have which is on the front cover of a copy of ‘Palladium March’ this list includes many of these doubtful solos.

The following composition have been prepared by the ABF from original manuscripts.

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1 Popinjay Polka (1993)
2 Kentucky Jubilee (1995)
3 Snowdrops (1996)
4 Walk Round (2001)
5 Limerick Races (2002)
6 Kiddies Scamper and Jig in E minor (2003)

The following composition have been prepared by A.V. Middleton  from original manuscripts 

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Alabama Barn Dance Kiddies Scamper Pussyfoot Parade
Banjollity Limerick Races Rosemary
Banjoviality Mazeppa Rubiana
Billet d' Amour Mr Punch Skibbereen
Butterfly Musketeer's March Solo "A"
Czardas Mystery Rag Step Lively
Elfaletha Olympian March Sunbeam Sand Dance
Florida Cracker Pep Swan Dance
Gavotte Pepper and Salt TV Tattoo
Gladiolus Pepper Pot Parade The Leprachaun
Graceful Dance Pierrot's Parade Untitled
Hoedown Polka in F Waltz
Joette Pongo's Parade  
Kentucky Days Popinjay Polka  

Totals for each publisher

Essex & Cammeyer 

32
Cammeyer 1

Joe Morley (Burnthwaite Road) 

7

John Alvey Turner 

98

Clifford Essex 

63

Larkings 

1

John E. Dallas 

3

Chappel & Co 

1

Fretwire Magazine 

1

Rhythm Magazine 

1

Unpublished mss. 

25

American Banjo Fraternity 

6

Mystery solos:
Concert March,
Cake Walk,
Concert Patrol,
Concert Waltz 

4
A.V. Middleton (IBC) 40
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