Philip Braham

Philip Braham (18 June 1881 – 2 May 1934) was an English composer of the early twentieth century, chiefly associated with theatrical work. From 1914, he composed music for such musicals and revues as ''Theodore & Co'' (1916) and ''London Calling!'' (1923), including several revues produced by André Charlot. His best-known song is "Limehouse Blues," which has been recorded by many artists. He wrote for film in the 1930s. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Braham, Philip, 1881-1934
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by Braham, Philip, 1881-1934
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by Braham, Philip, 1881-1934
Published 1998
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by Braham, Philip, 1881-1934
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by Braham, Philip, 1881-1934
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by Pisano, John, 1931-
Published 1995
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