Josephine Sabel  (1866-1945)
Last updated: 12.04.22
p_sabelj.jpgAccording to the Internet source given below, Josephine Domingue Sabel was an American a vaudeville performer born in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Billed as ''The Queen of Song", she performed on vaudeville circuits, Broadway and in Hollywood films. Sabel was known for her humor, stage presence and her emphasized French connections with the latest fashions from Paris.
Sabel was featured in 18 works published between 1889 and 1910 and is credited as the composer of two works in 1894 and 1898
She died in Patchogue, New York.
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     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
           
  As performer        
pdf15.gif Bronco Buster (1907) D. Jardon (music)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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pdf15.gif Hot Time in the Old Town (1896), A T.A. Metz (music)
Joe Hayden (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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pdf15.gif Jingle of Jungle Joe (1910), The T.F. Morse (music)
J. Mahoney (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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This list is arranged by composer and contains 17 works performed by Josephine Sabel 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) ER
     Title Composer Attribution Remarks
         
perf15.jpg My Girl From Dixie (1900) Raymond A. Browne R.J. Adams (co-author)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Dolly Dimple (1895) Leo Bruck J. Sabel (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
perf15.jpg L-O-V-E Spells Trouble to Me (1908) Joel P. Corin Felix F. Feist (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Remus Takes the Cake - Song (1896) Jacob Henry Ellis Wallace H Becker (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Cecelia With a Capital C (1908) Seymour Furth E.P. Moran (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Tis Always You (1889) Fred Gagel(w&m) J. Sabel (perf.) wvicon.gif
perf15.jpg I'm the Warmest Member in the Land (1897) T. Mayo Geary A.F. Dannic (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Bronco Buster (1907) Dorothy Jardon E. Madden (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Bye Bye Belinda (1897) H. Y. Leavitt(w&m) J. Sabel (perf.) wvicon.gif
perf15.jpg Mission Band (1897), The H. Y. Leavitt J. Sabel (perf.) wvicon.gif
perf15.jpg  Hot Time in the Old Town (1896), A Theo A. Metz Joe Hayden (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Jingle of Jungle Joe (1910), The Theodore F. Morse Jack Mahoney (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg I Don't Care if Yo' Nebber Comes Back (1897) Monroe H. Rosenfeld Bert Williams (words)
George Walker (words)
Williams & Walker (perf.)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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perf15.jpg Guess Who Is Coming to Me (1894) Josephine Sabel(w&m) J. Sabel (perf.) wvicon.gif
perf15.jpg Somebody Loves Me (1893) Hattie Starr J. Sabel (perf.) wvicon.gif
perf15.jpg Ella, Come Under My Umbrella (1897) Lyn Udall Karl Kennett (words)
J. Sabel (perf.)
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 2 works by Josephine Sabel (1866-1945). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: pdf15.gif (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Guess Who Is Coming to Me (w&m) 1894 J. Sabel (perf.)  wvicon.gif
My Baby's Mighty Warm 1898 R H Brennen (words)  wvicon.gif