Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo - Sheet music download

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The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo.
Sung by Charles Coborn.
Written and composed by Fred. Gilbert.


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.

Charles Coborn (4 August 1852 – 23 November 1945) was a British music hall singer and comedian born in Stepney, east London.

He was born Charles Whitton McCallum, and adopted his stage name from Coborn Road, near Mile End. In a long career, Coborn was known largely for two comic songs: Two Lovely Black Eyes (which he adapted in 1886 from an existing song, and premièred at the Paragon Theatre, in the Mile End Road) and The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo by Fred Gilbert, in 1892. The song was bought for £10, but the rights were finally sold for £600

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