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PRINTED MUSIC
Author Robert, Camille.

Title Madelon : song march / music by Camille Robert ; English words by Ray Sonin ; French words by L. Bousquet.

Published London : J.R. Lafleur & Son, [1939]
©1939

Copies

Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail Music RB  M R6413 MAD.2    LIB USE ONLY
Uniform title Madelon. English & French.
Edition New version.
Physical description 1 score (4 pages) ; 31 cm
Notes For voice and piano. Includes chord symbols and diagrams for ukulele.
Caption title.
Originally a World War I song. With new English words for use during the World War II.
Cover illustration: a laughing French woman serves drinks to French soldiers, who are singing and playing accordion.
Language notes Staff and tonic sol-fa notation.
In English and French.
Other author Bousquet, Louis, 1870-1941.
Sonin, Ray.
Subject World War, 1914-1918 -- Songs and music.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Songs and music.
Bartenders -- France -- Songs and music.
Soldiers -- France -- Songs and music.
Marching songs.
Popular music -- 1931-1940.
Songs with piano.
Bartenders -- France -- Pictorial works.
Soldiers -- France -- Pictorial works.
Drinking of alcoholic beverages -- Pictorial works.
Women -- France -- Pictorial works.
Singing -- Pictorial works.
Accordion -- Pictorial works.
France -- Armed Forces -- Leaves and furloughs -- Songs and music.
Variant Title First line of English text: Whenever troubles and worries come along, that is the time we need a cheerful song.
First line of French text: Pour le respos le plaisir du militaire, il est làbas, á deux pas de la forét.
First line of English chorus: Britain and France are on the march once more, singing the song that help'd them win before.
First line of French chorus: Quand Madelon vient nous servir à boire, sous la tonnelle ou fróle son jupon.
Publisher Number H.15164 J.R. Lafleur & Son