Flanagan (Florrie Forde) - Sheet music download.

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Flanagan.
Sung by Miss Florrie Forde.
Written and composed by C. W. Murphy & Will. Letters.

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.

Florrie Forde (16 August 1875 18 April 1940[1]), born Flora May Augusta Flannagan, was an Australian popular singer and entertainer. She was one of the greatest stars of the early 20th century music hall.

Forde was born in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia in 1875, the sixth of the eight children of Lott Flannagan and Phoebe - who also had two children from a prior marriage. At the age of sixteen, she ran away from home to appear on the Sydney music hall stage, adopting the surname of her stepfather. At the age of 21 in 1897, she left for London, and on August Bank Holiday 1897, she made her first appearances in London at three music halls the South London Palace, the Pavilion and the Oxford in the course of one evening. She became an immediate star, making the first of her many sound recordings in 1903 and making 700 individual recordings by 1936.

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