Ruth Lytton (1875-1939)
Last updated: 03.05.21
p_lyttonr.jpgAll that can presently (March 2021) be gleaned about Ruth Lytton from sheet music covers and by Internet searching is that she has been featured on 6 works published between 1902 and 1912. From her postcard depiction shown left and the titles of the songs she features her act was very like to have been Scottish.
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This list is arranged by composer and contains 6 songs sung by Ruth Lytton 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)
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sm15.gif Cameron Highlander (1906), The George Bastow Albert Hall (words)
Ruth Lytton (sung by)
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sm15.gif Our Jamie He Comes Hame To-Day (1912) George Bastow Leonard Cooke (words)
Ruth Lytton (sung by)
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sm15.gif What a Thing It Is to Be a Boy! (1902) Carl Kiefert Charles H Taylor (words)
Ruth Lytton (sung by)
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sm15.gif Her Name Is Annie Laurie (1911) Fred W. Leigh(w&m) Ruth Lytton (sung by) wvicon.gif
sm15.gif Look at the Kiltie-Boys, Hooch Aye! (1909) Fred W. Leigh(w&m) Ruth Lytton (sung by) wvicon.gif
sm15.gif In Kilt and Glengarry (1909) John Neat Leonard Cooke (words)
Ruth Lytton (sung by)
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