Walter Jacobs

cover 1918
cover 1911
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Contents

History

Walter Jacobs (1868-1945) of Boston published popular music from 1894 to 1941. His most famous march was National Emblem (1911), acquired from Ernest S. Williams (founded 1907). He also published ragtime and popular songs. Buttelmann was his assistant fron 1916 to 1930.

Editions

Imprints, Agencies, Addresses

  • Walter Jacobs

Addresses

  • Boston

Plate Numbers

Plate Composer Work Year
00033 Gurlitt Albumblätter für die Jugend, Op.101 (no.2, arr. Jacob) 1895
00044 Jacobs Little Sinners, Op.101 1894
00411 Allen Dance of the Skeletons 1901
00493 Dorn On the 'Charles', Op.71 No.2 1902
00494 Dorn Faded Flowers, Op.71 No.1 1902
00735 Weidt Autumn Days 1903
00736 Weidt Down the Mississippi 1903
00737 Weidt Little Quakeress 1903
00742 Weidt Priscilla 1903
00743 Weidt Nana 1903
01026 Weidt Little Wizard 1904
01028 Weidt A Trip to Coney 1904
01029 Weidt Gwendolin 1904
01031 Weidt Echoes from the South 1905
01033 Weidt Lightly Tripping 1904
01034 Weidt Juana 1905
01190 Fortescue Harrison In the Gloaming (arr. Weidt) 1905
01191 Dana Flee as a Bird (arr. Weidt) 1905
01229 Weidt Fanchon 1905
01642 Weidt Little Puritan 1908
01953 Weidt Alevia 1911
02268 Ascher Alice, Where Art Thou? (arr. Weidt) 1910
02739 Allen Dance of the Lunatics 1912
03561 Allen Girl of the Orient 1916
03968 Cobb Peter Gink 1918

Sources Consulted

External Links

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