Twiggy Voo? (Marie Lloyd) Sheet music download

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Twiggy Voo?.
As sung by Miss Marie Lloyd.
Written and composed by Richard Morton and George le Brun.

This is an excerpt from the Album "Sixty Old Time Variety Songs' which is also available for download.
To list all of the excerpts simply enter 'Sixty' into the search box.


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.


Marie Lloyd.
Matilda Alice Victoria Wood (12 February 1870 – 7 October 1922) was an English music hall singer, best known as Marie Lloyd. Her ability to add lewdness to the most innocent of lyrics led to frequent clashes with the guardians of morality. Her performances articulated the disappointments of life, especially for working-class women.

Marie's first major success was The Boy I Love Is Up in the Gallery, and she quickly became one of the most famous of English music hall singers. Despite her own success she supported other performers during the Music Hall War of 1907, when performers demonstrated outside theatres for better pay and conditions. During the First World War, in common with most other music hall artists, she enthusiastically supported recruitment into the army.

She first appeared in the USA in 1897, but was initially refused entry to that country in 1913 for "moral turpitude".

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