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# Title Principal Artiste Composers Lyricist / Date written Place Date recorded Matrix Label&cat.no. Additional Information
776 Hiawatha's Lullaby Ray Noble and His Orchestra Walter Donaldson Joe Young `33 London May 16, 1933 OB-6549-1 HMV B-6359, HMV EA-1226 Ray Noble directing Max Goldberg (Melophone and trumpet); Bill Shakespeare (trumpet); Jock Fleming and Lew Davis (trombones); Laurie Payne (clarinet, alto and baritone saxophones); Bob Wise (clarinet and alto saxophone); Harry Berly (clarinet, tenor sax, viola); 2 violins; Harry Jacobson (piano); Bert Thomas (banjo, guitar); Jack Evetts (string bass); Bill Harry (drums); Rudy Starita (vibraphone and xylophone); Al Bowlly (vocal). London, May 16, 1933


Hiawatha's Lullaby Hiawatha's Lullaby

Hiawatha's Lullaby

(Walter Donaldson / Joe Young)

Ray Noble and His Orchestra


Hiawatha's lullaby, there's the moon and here am I
Like the waters, I am blue underneath the blue melancholy sky

Hiawatha's lullaby, wake up all the lazy streams
Wake up ev'ry flower bed, ev'ry sleepy head in your land of dreams

The mellowy moonlight caressing the breeze
Longfellowy moonlight, a book of golden memories

Hiawatha's lullaby, there's the moon and here am I
Like the waters, I am blue underneath the blue melancholy sky