Mary Jane Waltz (Fine, Elaine)

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Misc. Notes The Mary Jane was a peanut-butter and molasses taffy invented by the Boston-based candy maker Charles N. Miller in 1914. In 1989 the Miller candy company was sold to Stark Candy, and the recipe and rights for the Mary Jane were sold to the NECCO candy company. NECCO made the candy in Revere, Massachusetts until the factory closed abruptly in July of 2018. This "Boston" waltz (with its slight hesitations) seems appropriate to celebrate the Boston-based treat.
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Work Title Mary Jane Waltz
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Composer Fine, Elaine
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IEF 95
Key G minor
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 2018
Average DurationAvg. Duration 4 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation 4 violas, double bass (or cello)

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The Mary Jane was a peanut-butter and molasses taffy invented by the Boston-based candy maker Charles N. Miller in 1914. In 1989 the Miller candy company was sold to Stark Candy, and the recipe and rights for the Mary Jane were sold to the NECCO candy company. NECCO made the candy in Revere, Massachusetts until the factory closed abruptly in July of 2018. This "Boston" waltz (with its slight hesitations) seems appropriate to celebrate the Boston-based treat. �