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Peg o' My Heart (ver. 1) by Alfred Bryan - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
"Peg o' My Heart" is a popular song written by Alfred Bryan and composed by Fred Fisher. It was published on March 15, 1913 and it featured in the 1913 musical Ziegfeld Follies. The song, performed by Max Harris and his Novelty Trio (based on a version by The Harmonicats), was used as the theme of the BBC miniseries The Singing Detective (1986). Recording Engineer Bill Putnam Sr. was the first to use artificial reverb creatively on a pop recording with the use of the first reverb chamber (the studio bathroom!) Notable recordings of the song include: * Charles W. Harrison o Label: Victor 17412 (matrix: 13628-2) o Recorded: July 24, 1913 * Henry Burr o Label: Columbia A-1404 (matrix: 38980-2) o Recorded: August 1, 1913 * Walter Van Brunt o Edison, Blue Amberol 2036 o Released: September 1913 * Bunny Berigan & his Orchestra o Label: Victor 27258 (matrix: 043925) o Recorded: New.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Alfred Bryan (September 15, 1871 – April 1, 1958) was a United States songwriter. "Peg o' My Heart" is a popular song written by Alfred Bryan and composed by Fred Fisher. It was published on March 15, 1913 and it featured in the 1913 musical Ziegfeld Follies. The song, performed by Max Harris and his Novelty Trio (based on a version by The Harmonicats), was used as the theme of the BBC miniseries The Singing Detective (1986). Recording Engineer Bill Putnam Sr. was the first to use artificial reverb creatively on a pop recording with the use of the first reverb chamber (the studio bathroom!) Notable recordings of the song include: * Charles W. Harrison o Label: Victor 17412 (matrix: 13628-2) o Recorded: July 24, 1913 * Henry Burr o Label: Columbia A-1404 (matrix: 38980-2) o Recorded: August 1, 1913 * Walter Van Brunt o Edison, Blue Amberol 2036 o Released: September 1913 * Bunny Berigan & his Orchestra o Label: Victor 27258 (matrix: 043925) o Recorded: New York City November 28, 1939 * The Harmonicats o Label: Vitacoustic 1 o Released: March 1947 o First entered the Billboard magazine chart on April 18, on charts 21 weeks,.
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