Arranged By – E. T. King Written-By – Paul Barnes (6). B. Battle Of Gettysburg. Written-By – E. Paull.
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Goodbye, Dolly Gray" is a music hall song, with lyrics by American Will D. Cobb and music by American Paul Barnes, first published in 1897 by the Morse Music Publishing Company (Theodore F. Morse). The song was the publishers first hit. The song was popularised as a Boer War anthem, it was written during the earlier Spanish–American War. A notable early gramophone recording was made, in 1901, by Canadian singer Harry Macdonough.
Goodbye, Dolly Gray" is a music hall song, with lyrics by Will D. Cobb and music by Paul Barnes. Popularised as a Boer War anthem, it was written during the earlier Spanish–American War. In the same year another popular version came out by the Big Four Quartette with vocal group members Arthur Collins, Byron Harlan, Joe Natus and . Madeira (Edison 7728) . Goodbye, Dolly Gray" was also recorded by Bruce Lacey and the Alberts in the 1960s, and a modern recording by Stan LePard was featured on Xbox Live Arcade game Toy Soldiers as an opening menu theme. Goodbye, Dolly Gray Tune & Lyrics.
Goodbye" is the sixth single from the American heavy metal band Slipknot off their fifth studio album. Goodbye" was initially going to be the introductory song for. 5 The Gray Chapter but ended up becoming a full track. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Corey Taylor, the lead singer of Slipknot, explained that "Goodbye" was a song he had written about the death of Paul Gray, one of Slipknot's members.
On the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg (July 3, 1863) during the disastrous infantry assault nicknamed Pickett's Charge, there were two cavalry battles: one approximately three miles (5 km) to the east, in the area known today as East Cavalry Field, the other southwest of the Round Top mountain (sometimes called South Cavalry Field). The East Cavalry Field fighting was an attempt by Maj. Gen. . Cobb and music by Paul Barnes, first published in 1897 by the Morse Music Publishing Company (Theodore F. Contents. Notes and references. William J. Feger, was a musician who, as an E♭ cornetist, served in the 48th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment Band during the American Civil War under the command of Brig.
|A||Good-Bye Dolly Gray
Arranged By – E. T. King*Written-By – Paul Barnes
|B||Battle Of Gettysburg
Written-By – E. T. Paull*