Rena Aubrey
Last updated: 03.07.22
p_aubreyr.jpgAll that can presently (June 2022) be gleaned about Rena Aubrey from sheet music covers and by Internet searching is that she was presumably an American actress/singer who has been featured on 5 works published between 1898 and 1904.
Her portrait on the left is taken from Ma Lady Lu (1899) music by Edwin S. Brill, words by Chas. W Doty and published by Chas B. Ward Music Pub Co, .
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     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
           
pdf15.gif All Aboard For Dreamland (1904) H. von Tilzer (music)
A.B. Sterling (words)
Rena Aubrey (perf.)
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This list is arranged by composer and contains 6 works performed by Rena Aubrey who is featured on sheet music covers. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
     Title Composer Attribution Remarks
         
perf15.jpg Ma Lady Lu (1899) Edwin S. Brill Chas. W Doty (words)
Rena Aubrey (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Will I Find My Mamma There? (1898) Charles K. Harris(w&m) Rena Aubrey (perf.) wvicon.gif
perf15.jpg Just Tell Her That I Loved Her Too (1899) Charles K. Harris(w&m) Rena Aubrey (perf.) Pub.
perf15.jpg On a Sunday Afternoon (1902) Harry von Tilzer Andrew B. Sterling (words)
Rena Aubrey (perf.)
Laura Comstock (perf.)
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perf15.jpg All Aboard For Dreamland (1904) Harry von Tilzer Andrew B. Sterling (words)
Rena Aubrey (perf.)
Libby Blondell (perf.)
Pub.
perf15.jpg Alexander, Don't You Love Your Baby No More? (1904) Harry von Tilzer Andrew B. Sterling (words)
Chas. McAvoy (perf.)
Pub.