Bells of the sea : song / music by Alfred Solman words by Arthur J. Lamb
Solman, Alfred, 1868-1937. “Bells of the sea : song / music by Alfred Solman words by Arthur J. Lamb.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 16 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/32959. Accessed 19 Sep. 2021.
|Title||Bells of the sea : song / music by Alfred Solman words by Arthur J. Lamb|
|Subject||Songs (Low voice) with piano|
|Lamb, Arthur J., 1870-1928 -- Musical settings|
|Description||For low voice and piano|
|Poem by Arthur J. Lamb on page |
|Excerpt of Lassie o' mine on page |
|Back cover: Excerpt of Love came calling, Maid of the west, I love a little cottage, and Out of the dusk|
|Creator||Solman, Alfred, 1868-1937|
|Publisher||Cleveland : Sam Fox|
|Contributor||Lamb, Arthur J., 1870-1928. Lyricist.|
|B.of the S. 4-1 B.P. Sam Fox|
|Alternative Title||First line of text: Out on his ship where the white foam flies|
|Is Part Of||Sheet Music Collection, Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives, University Libraries, Bowling Green State University|
VERSE 01: Out on his ship where the white foam flies,/Out where the breakers roar,/A sailor cries to the angry skies/And the bells on the distant shore/And his message glad and true/Ring out o’er the ocean blue.
VERSE 02: Safe in the harbor of home sweet home/Fond lovers meet again./The soft winds croon to the golden moon/Of a love that was not in vain/And the moonlit waves repeat/The song of a joy complete.
CHORUS: Bells of the sea, are you ringing for me,/Ringing and singing the old melody?/Somewhere tonight on the rolling foam/Someone is longing for sweetheart and home!/Bells of the sea, will you tell her for me/My love is all that a love ought to be?/For love that is true never know a doubt/Bells of the sea ring out!
|Original Format||1 score (5 pages) 31 cm|