Alpine blues / words and music by Cliff Adams and "Oklahoma" Bob Albright arr. by Fisher Thompson
Adams, Cliff. “Alpine blues / words and music by Cliff Adams and "Oklahoma" Bob Albright arr. by Fisher Thompson.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/31315. Accessed 27 Nov. 2020.
|Title||Alpine blues / words and music by Cliff Adams and "Oklahoma" Bob Albright arr. by Fisher Thompson|
|Names, Geographical -- Songs and music|
|Description||For voice and piano|
|Composers' note: "This is a typical coon shout and jazz song. The verse is really intended to be used in coon shout style than sung legitimately."|
|"Songs that appeal"--Cover|
|Back cover: list of "the latest New York song hits."|
|Source||Sheet Music Collection; Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|Publisher||New York : Fisher Thompson Music Pub. Co.|
|Contributor||Albright, Oklahoma Bob|
|Thompson, Fisher. Arranger.|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: Up in the Alpine mountains many miles away, there lives a Tyrol lad he's feeling sad today|
|First line of chorus: Just like summer Alpine skies above, everything is blue, my heart is sad I'm feelin' bad|
VERSE 01: Up in the Alpine mountains many miles away,/There lives a Tyrol lad he’s feeling sad today,/He met a doll who taught him how to love/She’d call him sweetie dear and turtle dove/Now she is gone/He linters on this refrain.
CHORUS: Just like summer Alpine skies above,/Ev’rything is blue, my heart is sad/I’m feelin’ bad/Oh!/I need your lovin’ hon’ to be glad/Baby you just stole my heart and love,/Then you went away,/I’m all alone,/The breezes moan the Alpine blue.
VERSE 02: She never wrote a note or told him a fond goodbye,/Now he is puzzled just to find the reason why,/He never knew she was a vampire bold/Why even all her little tricks were old/Oh! How he fell/Just hear him tell it again.
|Original Format||1 score (2 unnumbered pages) 31 cm|