At Trinity Church I Met My Doom - Sheet music download

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At Trinity Church I Met My Doom
Written and Composed by Fred Gilbert.
Sung by Tom Costello.


Tom Costello 1863
"From Birmingham, where he was born in 1863, he went to Wolverhampton to
make his start on the stage, and arrived in London at the age of 23 to play
a comic Mephistopheles in one of George Conquest’s pantomimes at the old Surrey.
"Comrades" definitely set him among the stars. Who will forget his forthright
gestures as the cavalryman, wearing service grey shirt with braces hanging over
the crimson trousers of his "Cherry Pickers" Hussar
uniform, in the tale of a last good-bye on the battlefield? Now turn from this
memory to that of him as the henpecked husband in "At Trinity Church""

This is an excerpt from the Album "Sixty Old Time Variety Songs' which is also available for download.
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The music has been scanned and digitised into PDF format which retains the original appearance The download can be easily read by Adobe Reader or other similar pdf reader.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 12 March, 2011.

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