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Posted By: Sue Wichers jmak@earthlink.net
03-Oct-97 - 08:49 AM
Thread Name: Poems of A.A.Milne Set to Music/Christopher Robin
Subject: RE: Poems of A.A.Milne Set to Music
I am the fortunate owner of two songbooks: Fourteen Song from When We Were Very Young by A. A. Milne, music by H. Frasier-Simson, published by the Blakiston Co, Philadelphia,1922,1944 Titles: Happiness Missing In the Fashion Halfway Down Hoppity Growing Up Buckingham Palace The Three Foxes Politeness Market Square The Christening Brownie Lines and Squares Vespers

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The Hums of Pooh by A. A. Milne, music by H. Frasier-Simson, published by E.P Dutton, New Yoork, 1930, 1939 Titles: Isn't it Funny How Sweet to be a Cloud Cottleston Pie Lines Written by a Bear of Very Little Brain Sing Ho! for the Life of a Bear They all went off to Discover the Pole 3 Cheers for Pooh The More it Snows What Shall We Do About Poor Little Tigger? I Could Spend a Happy Morning Oh! The Butterflies Are Flying If Rabbit Were Bigger this Warms and Sunny Spot I Lay on my Chest Here Lies a Tree Christopher Robin is Going

Other books listed by the same composer & author: The King's Breakfast Teddy Bear and Other Songs Songs from "Now We Are Six" More Very Young Songs