David Braham  (1838-1905)
Last updated: 06.08.21
All that can presently (June 2020) be gleaned from sheet music covers and by internet searching is that David Braham has 39 works published between 1868 and 1894.
Of ragtime interest is Walking For Dat Cake (1877) published by Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York, USA.
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This list is arranged by title and contains 3 lyrics written by David Braham. The lyrics/monologues and *.pdf files have been kindly compiled by monologues.co.uk/musichall
     Title Attribution Remarks
url15.gif Hush! Hush!! Hush!!! Here Comes the Broker's Man David Braham (music)
George Dance (words)
C. Coborn (sung by)
url15.gif Maggie Murphy's Flat David Braham (words & music)
G.W. Hunter (sung by)
url15.gif Maggie Murphy's Home David Braham (music)
Edward Harrigan (words)
Jenny Hill (sung by)
     Title Instruments Remarks
pdf15.gif I'll Wear the Trousers, Oh! Piano, Voice David Braham (Music)
Edward Harrigan (words)
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 42 works by David Braham (1838-1905). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Lingard Quadrille, The 1868  wvicon.gif
Over the Hill to the Poor House 1871 George L. Catlin (words)  wvicon.gif
Mulligan Guard. Quadrille, The 1874
Skid-More Guard., The 1874 William Carter (co-author)
Ed Harrigan (words)
Ginger Blues 1876 Edward Harrigan (words)
Slavery Days 1876
Walking For Dat Cake 1877 Ed Harrigan (words)  wvicon.gif
Babies on Our Block, The 1879 Edward Harrigan (words)
Skidmore Fancy Ball, The 1879  wvicon.gif
Hang the Mulligan Banner Up 1880 Edward Harrigan (words)
I'll Wear the Trousers, Oh! 1880 Edward Harrigan (words)  wvicon.gif pdf15.gif
Dip Me in De Golden Sea 1881
John Riley's Always Dry 1881 Edward Harrigan (words)
Paddy Duffy's Cart 1881 Edward Harrigan (words)
Charleston Blues, The 1882 Edward Harrigan (words)
My Dad's Dinner Pail 1883 Edward Harrigan (words)  wvicon.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Two More to Come 1883 Edward Harrigan (words)
Man That Knows It All 1884
Aldermanic Board, The 1885
Never Take the Horse-Shoe From the Door (w&m) 1887 Edward Harrigan (co-author)
Old Barn Floor, The 1887 Edward Harrigan (words)
Paddy and His Sweet Potteen 1889
Great Four Hundred, The 1890 Edward Harrigan (words)
Hush! Hush!! Hush!!! Here Comes the Broker's Man (w&m) 1890 Warwick Williams (co-author)
George Dance (words)
C. Coborn (sung by)
I've Come Home to Stay 1890 Edward Harrigan (words)
Jim Jam Sailors Superfine 1890 Edward Harrigan (words)
Maggie Murphy's Home 1890 Edward Harrigan (words)
Jenny Hill (sung by)
Taking in the Town 1890 Edward Harrigan (words)
Uncle Reilly 1890 Edward Harrigan (words)
Here Comes the Bogie Man 1890c
Danny by My Side 1891 Edward Harrigan (words)  wvicon.gif
Knights of the Mystic Star 1891 Edward Harrigan (words)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Last of the Hogans: Lanciers, The 1891 Edward Harrigan (words)  wvicon.gif
Maggie Murphy's Flat 1891 J S Evalo (words)
G.W. Hunter (sung by)
Take a Day Off, Mary Ann 1891 Edward Harrigan (words)
Whist! the Bogie Man 1891 Edw. Harrigan (words)  wvicon.gif
Callahan's Gang 1893 Edward Harrigan (words)
Little Daughter Nell 1893 Edward Harrigan (words)
Sergeant Hickey of the G.A.R 1893 Edward Harrigan (words)
Sunny Side of Thompson Street, The 1893 Edward Harrigan (words)
They Never Tell All What They Know 1893 Edward Harrigan (words)
Girl That's Up to Date, The 1894 Edward Harrigan (words)