Philip Braham  (1881-1934)
Last updated: 25.01.24
According to the Internet source given below, Philip Braham was an English composer.
Braham studied at Cambridge University and composed music for the theatre. His best-remembered show was probably London Calling! ( 1923) on which he collaborated with Noël Coward. In 1925. In the early 1930s, Braham turned to film music.
Of ragtime interest is Limehouse Blues (1922) published by Harms Inc., New York, USA.
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 4 works by Philip Braham (1881-1934). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Amoyra 1912 Eric Blore (words)  wvicon.gif
Cockadoodle Crawl, The 1915 Eric Blore (words)  wvicon.gif
Dancing Honeymoon 1922 Douglas Furber (words)
Ballard MacDonald (words)
Limehouse Blues 1922 Douglas Furber (words)
Fred Astaire (perf.)
Lucille Bremer (perf.)