Zelda Santley (1904-1974)
Last updated: 01.06.22
p_santleyz.jpgAll that can presently (April 2022) be gleaned about Zelda Santley (née Zelda Sobelson) from sheet music covers and by Internet searching is that she was an American actress, singer and impersonator ("Little Miss Everybody") born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
As a child actress, she performed using the stage name Baby Zelda. Santley was featured on at least 4 works published between 1921 and 1925.
Her portrait on the left is taken from A New Kind of Man With a New Kind of Love For Me (1924) words & music by Sidney Clare, co-author Leon Flatow:, and published by Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York & Detroit, USA.
She died in New York City.
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Zelda Santley (1904-1974) has at least 1 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.
b00506q620_m.jpgThere's Yes! Yes! in Your Eyes
Music by: Jos. H. Santly.
Words by: Cliff Friend
Perf. by: Zelda Santley
Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co.
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Printed: 1924. Sheet Music.
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
           
pdf15.gif There's Yes! Yes! in Your Eyes (1924) J.H. Santly (music)
C. Friend (words)
Zelda Santley (perf.)
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This list is arranged by composer and contains 4 works performed by Zelda Santley 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 New Kind of Man With a New Kind of Love For Me (1924), A Sidney Clare(w&m) Leon Flatow (co-author)
E. Brice (perf.)
Zelda Santley (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Why, Dear? (1921) Henry R. Cohen(w&m) Zelda Santley (perf.)
Estaire Keys (perf.)
James R. Marshall (perf.)
Pub.
perf15.jpg Dreamy Delhi (1925) Henry W. Santley Lou Davis (words)
Margie Coates (perf.)
Zelda Santley (perf.)
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perf15.jpg There's Yes! Yes! in Your Eyes (1924) Jos. H. Santly Cliff Friend (words)
Zelda Santley (perf.)
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