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Title: THEY HUNG UP THE OLD 'CORDEEN
Post by: sCANdanADIAN on August 29, 2009, 05:10:27 AM
I found some old great old sheet music for sale on E-bay that expresses the final words others may say for all of us on this forum.

 "He's gone, yes, gone. It's quiet on the village green. He's gone, yes, gone. Ev'rybody's sad, it can be seen. There's no more music in the opry house. Things are as quiet as an old church mouse. He's gone, yes, gone. And they hung up the old 'cordeen."

http://cgi.ebay.com/ACCORDION-sheet-music-THEY-HUNG-UP-THE-OLD-CORDEEN_W0QQitemZ370252068745QQcmdZViewItemQQssPageNameZRSS:B:SRCH:US:101

It was written by a Joe Guinan so uncle Henry might well have have played a Baldoni or an Iorio.Maybe the usual suspects here could try tracking down Uncle Henry's next of Kin. ;D

Chris
Title: Re: THEY HUNG UP THE OLD 'CORDEEN
Post by: triskel on August 29, 2009, 01:50:57 PM
It was written by a Joe Guinan so uncle Henry might well have have played a Baldoni or an Iorio.

Chris,

Not in 1915, he wasn't...

Maybe a Globe though?
Title: Re: THEY HUNG UP THE OLD 'CORDEEN
Post by: sCANdanADIAN on August 29, 2009, 03:15:22 PM
Thanks Stephen,I had the exact same thoughts after I posted all that. :D