Adele. Adele. Vocal score;Adele : song : medium voice / lyric by Edward Paulton music by Jean Briquet and Adolf Philipp
Briquet, Jean, 1864-1936. “Adele. Adele. Vocal score;Adele : song : medium voice / lyric by Edward Paulton music by Jean Briquet and Adolf Philipp.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/17139. Accessed 9 July 2020.
|Title||Adele. Adele. Vocal score;Adele : song : medium voice / lyric by Edward Paulton music by Jean Briquet and Adolf Philipp|
|Subject||Musicals -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano|
|Operas -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano|
|Popular music -- 1911-1920|
|Description||For medium voice and piano|
|Caption title: Adele, a French operetta in three acts as originally produced at the Long Acre Theatre, New York ...Cover|
|Cover design by Rose Starmer|
|Creator||Briquet, Jean, 1864-1936|
|Source||Sheet Music Collection; Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|Publisher||New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co.|
|Contributor||Philipp, Adolf, 1864-1936|
|Paulton, Edward A. (Edward Antonio), 1865 0r 6-1939, Lyricist.|
|8150 Jerome H. Remick & Co|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: You would know my name, sir?;Adele (Musical)|
VERSE 01: You would know my name, sir?/ P'raps you're not to blame, sir,/ It's a nat'ral thing and a most polite one./ Have a try, to guess it, on you 'twill impress it/ If by any chance you should find the right one./ Genevieve! Celeste!/ Non! Neither I suggest, Non!/ Violette! Justine!/ Come, play the game!/Julie, p'raps? Marie? Josephine?/ I see I'm obliged to tell you what's my name.
CHORUS: Adele! Adele! Adele!/ So shy you can tell;/ Adele! Adele! Adele!/ She in Paree can't dwell/ Adele! Adele! Adele!/ Is no reigning belle!/ No red rose coquette/ But a coy violet/ is Adele! Pauvre Adele!
VERSE 02: Names, beyond a question,/ Ought to give suggestion/ Of the kind of girls who may chance to wear them,/ Hence Babette's a pert girl, Fifi naughty flirt girl,/ Veronique hates men and her glances scare them./ Pauline should be soulful/ Madeline be doleful,/ So Diane should tall and graceful be,/ That sir is my case, look me in the face/ Tell me if my name's the one for me.
|Original Format||1 score (4 p.) 35 cm|