Dixie Girl (1903)
Characteristic March Two Step
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Composer: J.B. Lampe Suppliers: dbe15.gif
Editor: Geoff Grainger Sextet A/T/T/B/B/GB(B)
Publisher: Ditty Box Enterprises Publication: DBE434
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Length: approx. 3 mins.
Dixie Girl is a typical Lampe march, bright and breezy, a worthy and rousing immediate successor to his so-successful Creole Belles. Its form is AABBCB whereby the final CB straina are in the key of E-flat, the others being in the key of B.
The cover of the original sheet music depicts a somewhat subdued "Dixie Girl" peering through a heart-shaped portal not quite in keeping with the spirit of the march. For those not in the know, Dixie is an informal appellation given to the southern states of the USA. It derives from the same named marching song sung by Daniel Decatur Emmett (1815-1904). This song was very popular with and sung by the Confederate soldiers during the American Civil War.
Dixie Girl was published by Whitney-Warner Publishing Co., Detroit, Michigan, USA.
A tempo of 90 crotchets/min. is suggested.
  Composer Sequencer
audiomidi15.gif J.B. Lampe Colin McDonald
  Composer Performer Instruments
audiodbemp315.gif J.B. Lampe Midi Ragtime Recorder Ens. A/T/T/B/B/GB(B)
     Performer CD Title Supplier
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cd15.gif Ratzkowski/Thomsen Duo Royal Guitars Of Denmark flag15de.gif flag15fr.gif
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
pdf15.gif Dixie Girl (1903) J.B. Lampe (music) Piano IMSLP wvicon.gif