Edward Stewart-Humphries in Canterbury Music Hall, Lambeth, London - between 1903 and 1906
from Childhood: an autobiography of a boy from 1889-1906, page 48:
[Edward Stewart-Humphries and his mother relocated from Cornwall to London in 1903. Stewart-Humphries worked as a page boy and other similar roles at hotels and private clubs over three years, visiting London Music Halls on a weekly basis]
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Edward Stewart-Humphries, Childhood: an autobiography of a boy from 1889-1906. In Brunel University Library, Special Collections, number 1:361, p. 48. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1541267429555 accessed: 26 June, 2022 (By permission of Brunel University Library, Special Collections.)
Listening tohide composers
'Stop Your Tickling Jock'
written by Sir Harry Lauder
|performed by Sir Harry Lauder|
|Date/Time||between 1903 and 1906|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|
Lauder's address to his audience, “Did ye ken folk that I’ve got a bonny Hieland Lassie?” may have been an introduction to his well-known song, 'I love a lassie'.