Posts Tagged ‘‘Snowflakes’ (song-scena)’

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Lily Harold

August 2, 2013

Lily Harold (née Lillie Nesta Morris Watkins, 1870-1952), English Gaiety Girl and music hall singer
(photo: possibly Hana, London, circa 1895)

‘The London Pavilion, which remains entirely unaffected by the [Music Hall] strike, is now presenting Miss Lily Harold in a striking song-scena entitled Snowflakes, which has been specially arranged and produced by Mr. Newman Maurice. New and elaborate scenery is employed, and Miss Harold is assisted by a chorus of twenty-four ladies.’
(The Encore, London, Thursday, 31 January 1907, p.8b)

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August 2, 2013

Lily Harold (née Lillie Nesta Morris Watkins, 1870-1952), English Gaiety Girl and music hall singer
(photo: possibly Hana, London, circa 1895)

‘The London Pavilion, which remains entirely unaffected by the [Music Hall] strike, is now presenting Miss Lily Harold in a striking song-scena entitled Snowflakes, which has been specially arranged and produced by Mr. Newman Maurice. New and elaborate scenery is employed, and Miss Harold is assisted by a chorus of twenty-four ladies.’
(The Encore, London, Thursday, 31 January 1907, p.8b)

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August 2, 2013

Lily Harold (née Lillie Nesta Morris Watkins, 1870-1952), English Gaiety Girl and music hall singer
(photo: possibly Hana, London, circa 1895)

‘The London Pavilion, which remains entirely unaffected by the [Music Hall] strike, is now presenting Miss Lily Harold in a striking song-scena entitled Snowflakes, which has been specially arranged and produced by Mr. Newman Maurice. New and elaborate scenery is employed, and Miss Harold is assisted by a chorus of twenty-four ladies.’
(The Encore, London, Thursday, 31 January 1907, p.8b)