Amy Evans Songs

Amy Evans, b. Oct 24, 1884, Ynishir, Wales,
d. Jan 5, 1983, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Our thanks to David Hoehl for these digitizations of two Amy Evans songs recorded in 1924 for U.S. Columbia. Ms. Evans writes in her personal notes that the masters for this recording session were destroyed in a truck accident These discs are the first confirmation that we've had that they existed.

The name Arthur Bergh was written on the labels, suggesting that Bergh, a famous accompanist of the era, may have been pianist on these numbers.

To download Amy Evans MP3 files, right click on link and save file on your hard drive. Each file is roughly 2.9 MB.

A Brown Bird Singing composer Hayden Wood, words Royden Barrie (Chappell & Co. Ltd. - 1922)

I Wonder if Love is a Dream composer Dorothy Forster, words Edward Teschemacher

Still to be posted: My Dearest Heart, music (and words?) by Arthur Sullivan
See mention of the song in this Musical Times article about Sullivan

Amy Evans discography
Posted Oct 25, 2006