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At the ball, that's all / words and music by J. Leubrie Hill.

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At the ball, that's all / words and music by J. Leubrie Hill.  [Ziegfeld follies of 1914.] (1913)

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Image Title

:  At the ball, that's all / words and music by J. Leubrie Hill.

Alternate Title(s)

: Ziegfeld follies of 1914. Title 2.) Ziegfeld follies. At the ball, that's all. Vocal score.


: Hill, J. Leubrie (John Leubrie), d. 1916 -- unknown role

Created Date

: 1913

Specific Material Type

: music

Item Physical Description

: 1 vocal score (4 p.) : ill. ; 35 cm.


: Caption title. Note 2.) Center seam torn. Note 3.) First line of chorus: Commence advancing, commence advancing. Note 4.) First line of text: Listen, listen, listen to that dreamy music playing. Note 5.) For voice and piano. Note 6.) Includes music for dance (p. 5) Note 7.) National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project. Note 8.) Treasures of the American Performing Arts, 1875-1923


: Sheet music of songs from various musicals, plays, movies, and television. / Sheet music, 1914.


: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Music Division

Catalog Call Number

: M.C. (Ziegfeld follies, 1914)

Digital ID

: g99c379_001

Record ID

: 182684

Digital Item Published

: 3-2-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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