Issue Details: First known date: 1941 1941
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Notes

  • 'I Listened to My Boy Last Night' was recorded on Regal-Zonophone by Norman Gayton ('The singing window cleaner). Publishing No : G, 24395.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

First known date: ca. 1941
    • Sydney, New South Wales,: Nicholson's , 1941 .
      Extent: 5p.
      Description: 1 score.
      Note/s:
      • For voice and piano.
      • Caption title : 'Inspired by [the] "Voices from Overseas" session and dedicated to the mothers, fathers and sweethearts of the men overseas.'
      • Cover includes a portrait of Norman Gayton.
    • Melbourne, Victoria,: Allans Music , 1941 .
      Extent: 17 partsp.
      Note/s:
      • 'I Listened to My Boy Last Night' includes parts for : piano, 2 E flat alto saxophones, B flat tenor saxophone, trombone, 2 B flat trumpets, drums, guitar violin or flute, bass and piano accordion guide.
      • 'Winter Blossoms' includes parts for : piano, 3 saxophones, trombone, 2 B flat trumpets, drums, guitar, violins, bass and piano accordion guide. The song was recorded on His Master's Voice by Wayne King and his Orchestra (publishing no : EA 2683) and on Regal-Zonophone by the Bluebird Dance Orchestra (publishing no : G 24281).

      • Caption title : 'Inspired by [the] "Voices from Overseas" session and dedicated to the mothers, fathers and sweethearts of the men overseas.'
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