Edmund Braham  (1860-1921)
Last updated: 02.05.22
According to the Internet source given below, Edmund Braham was a pianist, composer, and publisher active in the United States after 1895. Born Edmund Phineas Abrahams in London he changed his surname sometime before 1895,
Of ragtime interest is Heliotrope Rag (1906) published by A.H. Goetting, Springfield, Massachusetts, USA.
His Do Your Little Bitty-Bit (1917) published by Frances-Clifford Music Pub. Co. was very successful and much recorded..

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Edmund Braham  (1860-1921) has at least 2 item(s) at the Amazons which you can order on-line by clicking the item's order icon.
b0000d0u00_m.jpgJolly Blacksmiths, The March Two-Step
Music by: Edmund Braham.
Co-Author: #CLpaulle#1
Publisher: E. T. Paull Music Co.
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Printed: 1905. Sheet Music 7 pages. Limited Availability.
Silvery Brook, The Waltz
Music by: Edmund Braham.
Publisher: Carl Fischer Music Publisher
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Printed: 1905. Sheet Music. Currently unavailable.
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
           
pdf15.gif Dashing Cavaliers, The E. Braham (music)
E.T. Paull (coauth.)
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pdf15.gif Jolly Blacksmiths, The E. Braham (music)
E.T. Paull (coauth.)
Piano YorkSpace Pub.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 37 works by Edmund Braham (1860-1921). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER pdf15.gif
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Skidmore Fancy Ball, The 1879  wvicon.gif
Minneapolis Journal March, The 1890  wvicon.gif
Cannon March 1897  wvicon.gif
In Paradise Waltz 1897  wvicon.gif
Winner, The 1898  Pub.
Hog-Town Pig-Aninnies 1899  wvicon.gif
Frolic of the Elks, The 1900  wvicon.gif
I Dream of You 1900
Poor Barney Mulligan 1902 W.W. Hall (words)
Trixy Friganza (perf.)
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Rosie May 1902 Wendell W. Hall (words)
Eva M. James (perf.)
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Oh! Take Me to My Mamma Dear 1903 W.W. Hall (words)
Jenny Hawley (perf.)
 Pub.
Rosey May 1903 Wendell W. Hall (words)
Jolly Blacksmiths, The 1905 E.T. Paull (co-author)  amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Silvery Brook, The 1905  amazon15.gif wvicon.gif
Crown of Diamonds 1906  wvicon.gif
Heliotrope Rag 1906  wvicon.gif
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Swing of the Baton 1906  wvicon.gif
Aeroplane, The 1909  wvicon.gif
Army and Navy 1911  wvicon.gif
Clickity Clack 1911
Dashing Cavaliers, The 1911 E.T. Paull (co-author)  wvicon.gif
Laffargue 1912  wvicon.gif
March of the Suffragettes 1912
Rose Queen 1912  Pub.
Do Your Little Bitty-Bit 1917 F. Belohlavek (words)
C. C. Perkins (words)
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Valse Marguerite 1917  wvicon.gif
To You Dear 1918 CC Perkins (words)  Pub.
When the War Is Over 1918 Mattie Hancock (words)  wvicon.gif
I Wonder Why I Love You 1920 Jack Clifton (words)  Pub.
I'm So Lonesome 1920 Jack Clifton (words)  Pub.
That's Why 1920 Jack Clifton (words)
Big Hit, The ?
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Crierion March, The ?
In Gay Bohemia ?
March of the Heroes ?
Mary ?
Our Girls ?