Leslie Stuart  (1864-1928)
Last updated: 20.02.17
As written in the publisher's blurb to Leslie Stuart:
Leslie Stuart (1864-1928) was a British songwriter best remembered as the composer of the hit show, Florodora. He began writing popular songs as a teenager, first for blackface and vaudeville performers, and eventually for more "legitimate" shows and revues. Florodora (1899), written in collaboration with London's most fashionable librettist, Owen Hall, was a musical-comedy sensation. Its combination of the traditional slow love ballads and waltzes with more rhythmic and long-lined numbers made it a worldwide success. He continued to compose through the first decade of the 20th century, laying the groundwork for the coming innovations in British and American musical theater


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Further sheet music at DBE: ON HOLD
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 20 works by Leslie Stuart (1864-1928). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Key: Items on hold

The Bandolero (1894) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Stuart
The Shade of the Palm (1900)
Words & Music: Stuart
Louisiana Lou (1894)
Words & Music: Stuart
Tell Me Pretty Maiden - Dance (1901) wvicon.gif
Little Dolly Daydream (1897) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Stuart
Tell Me Pretty Maiden - Medley March (1901) wvicon.gif
Lily of Laguna (1898) wvicon.gif
Words & Music: Stuart
My Little Canoe (1903)
Words & Music: Stuart
The Soldiers of the Queen (1898-1901) wvicon.gif
And the Weeping Willow Wept (1906)
Words by: George Arthurs
The Fellow Who Might (1900)
Words by: J. Hickory Wood
Come to St. George's (1906)
Words by: Chas. H.E. Brookfield, Cosmo Hamilton
Floradora Lanciers (1900) wvicon.gif
Why Do They Call Me a Gibson Girl? (1906) wvicon.gif
Words by: Leslie Stiles
Floradora March (1900) wvicon.gif
How Did the Bird Know That? (1907)
Floradora Selection (1900) wvicon.gif
Hello, People! (1908) wvicon.gif
Words by: George Arthurs
The Queen of the Philippine Islands (1900)
Words by: Owen Hall
Floradora Waltz (?) wvicon.gif