What makes a hit song? From the late nineteenth century and the popularity of the home piano to the dollar-a-song tunes a listener can download today, many factors contribute to a song's popularity. Some songs, however, endured throughout most of this period. Walter Donaldson wrote the music for and George Whiting the lyrics to "My Blue Heaven," a song still recorded and sung today. This sheet music, for that song, dates from its first introduction in 1927. The cover design features typical dramatic Jazz-age graphics.
|Artist||Walter Donaldson | George Whiting|
|Origin||New York, NY|
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