Sounds from the Hudson (Clarke, Herbert Lincoln)

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Fred Sienkiewicz (2012/10/28)

Publisher. Info. New York: Carl Fischer, (1904???).
Reprinted The Best of Herbert L. Clarke
Miami: Warner Brothers, 1986.
Copyright
Misc. Notes A 1904 copyright date is added by Warner Brothers that may, or may not, have been on the original part. Worldcat in fact has the concert adaptation from which this part (as opposed to the original cornet part of the cornet/piano waltz) may have been derived ©1917 (military band, see below).
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General Information

Work Title Sounds from the Hudson
Alternative. Title Valse brillante
Composer Clarke, Herbert Lincoln
Key F major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1904(?)
First Publication. 1904???
Copyright Information Possibly public domain in the EU and other 70 pma territories.
This item, public domain in its country of origin, is possibly likewise public domain in the EU due to the EU's implementation of Rule of the Shorter Term for non-EU works. This EU ruling might be superseded by bilateral treaties still in force between some EU countries and countries outside the EU (notably the USA).
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Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Cornet and Piano?

Misc. Comments

Worldcat is singularly unhelpful here, giving an earliest copyright date of 1937, which is not true.

Arranged for cornet and military band in 1914 or 1918 (recorded 1914, copyright 1917?) according to a listing of Victor Records and to the LoC Catalogue of Copyright Entries ("copyright is claimed on arrangement"), but probably? originally for cornet and piano.