Night Of Love - Sheet music download.


Night Of Love - Sheet music download.
By Stephen Fuzy, Al. Worth and Fred Heltman. 1921
Featured by Chrystal Herne starrng in 'The Aquittal'
Arranged for piano with vocal line with Violin and Cello Obligato.
6 pages including front and back covers.

Chrystal Herne (1883-1950) was an American stage actress active over the early decades of twentieth century. She was the daughter of actor/playwright, James A. Herne, and the younger sister of actress and Hollywood talent scout, Julie Herne.

From Wikipedia.
Katherine Chrystal Herne, the middle daughter of James A. Herne and Katherine Corcoran, was born in Dorcheser, (now a neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts) on June 16, 1883. She made her stage debut in Washington D.C. at the age of sixteen as Sue Hardy in her father's play, "Rev. Griffith Davenport." Over the following two season she played Jane Cauldwell in "Sag Harbor," James A. Herne’s last play. "Sag Harbor," was a family affair with Herne and his daughters Julie and Chrystal playing principle roles. James Herne died a short while later in early June 1901.

After her father’s death Chrystal played a third season in "Sag Harbor," though this time assuming her sister’s role as the heroine Martha Reese. Later that same season she played Helen Berry in one of her father’s best known plays, "Shore Acres." She joined E. H. Sothern in 1903 playing Huguette in "If I Were King" and as the Queen in "Hamlet." She scored a major success in early 1905 in special matinees performances of "Richter's Wife." in which she played the jealous wife of a famous conductor upset over his interest in a young protégé played by Julie Herne, who also wrote the piece.

Chrystal Herne was remembered for playing the title role in Arnold Daly’s production of Shaw’s “Candida” during the 1905/06 season and as Vera Revendal opposite Walker Whiteside in Israel Zangwill’s “The Melting Pot” that debuted in 1908 at the Columbia Theatrein in Washington D.C.[4] She was well received playing Diana opposite Dustin Farnum in a 1911 revival of “The Squaw Man” at the Broadway Theatre and later in her career playing the title role in "Craig's Wife" opposite Charles Trowbridge produced at the Morosco Theatre in 1925 Chrystal Herne appeared in some thirty-seven Broadway productions over her career. Her last performance was as Beatrice Crandall in “A Room in Red and White” staged at the 46th Street Theatre in January and February 1936.

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