|Object Name||Music, Sheet|
|Title||The Veteran's Song (Long Live the King)|
|Year Range from||1902|
|Year Range to||1902|
Sheet music for "The Veteran's Song (Long Live the King)". Six sheets of buff coloured paper folded in half to form a 12 page booklet. Printed lettering and music is in black.
The words of the song are by F.E. Weatherly and the music is by Stephen Adams.
Printed at bottom of front cover:
"Price 2/- net (2 shillings)/ Boosey & Co., 295 Regent Street, London, W, and 9 East Seventeenth Street, New York / This song may be sung in public without fee or license. The public performance of any parodied version, however, is strictly prohibited./ Copyright 1902 by Boosey & Co."
In lower right corner of front cover is a faded black stamp: "Guelph Piano Co. / People's Popular Priced Music Store / Sheet Music Ordered Daily . The Co. on the Square"
inside and outside back covers feature advertisements for more music published by Boosey & Co.
No. of pages: 12
King Edward VII
Guelph Piano Company
St. George's Square
ARTS - MUSIC
SPECIAL EVENTS - CORONATIONS
|Dimensions||Cover, Paper - 35 x 26 cm - L x W|