Amber Austa
Last updated: 02.04.21
p_austaa.jpgAll that can presently (March 2021) be gleaned about Amber Austa from sheet music covers and by internet searching is that she has been featured on 5 works published in 1908.
Intriguingly there is a brief reference in the Welsh Express of 8th July 1905:
A Bewitchingly Dressed AMBER AUSTA, in Tuneful Song and Rhythmic Sand Dance at the Cardiff Empire
There are also a few Australian references from 1908 one of which describes her costume at the ;Melbourne Opera House thus:
Miss Austa's serio-comic equipment consists mainly of a spangled skirt with a stiffened circumference, but the mere glitter of that garment goes for a good deal.
Of interest is Good-Night Mr. Brown! I'm Out! (1905) words & music: Charles Collins and published by Francis, Day & Hunter, London W.C.2, England. It portraits the bewitching dancer/singer on its front cover.
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You're Always Spring Cleaning
Music by: George Arthurs.
Words by: C W Murphy
Sung by: Amber Austa
Publisher: Francis, Day & Hunter
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Printed: 1908. Sheet Music.
This list is arranged by composer and contains 5 songs sung by Amber Austa 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
         
sm15.gif You're Always Spring Cleaning (1908) George Arthurs C W Murphy (words)
Amber Austa (sung by)
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sm15.gif Good-Night Mr. Brown! I'm Out! (1905) Charles Collins(w&m) Amber Austa (sung by) wvicon.gif
sm15.gif Scoot (1907) Charles Collins Tom Mellor (words)
Amber Austa (sung by)
Daisy Dormer (sung by)
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sm15.gif Any Windows to Mend? (1907) Fred Godfrey Fred Albert (words)
Amber Austa (sung by)
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sm15.gif Come Down, Joanna Brown, Come Down! (1906) Kenneth Lyle Charles Wilmott (words)
Amber Austa (sung by)
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