Person record: PELHAM, Paul [pseudonym of YOUNG, George  (1858-1919)]

Basic biographical summary of this person
Alternative namepseudonym of YOUNG, George  (1858-1919)
Relevance of this personlyricist/composer of songs used with slide sets 
Main period of activityN/A
Texts linked to this personSongs (6)

‘Paul Pelham’ and Lawrence Wright, 'Be British' (London: Lawrence Wright Music Co., 1912)

‘Paul Pelham’ and Herbert Rule, Good morning, Mr Postman! (London: Francis, Day & Hunter, 1908)

‘Paul Pelham’ and W.H. Wallis, Here's to the day: we've got a mailed fist, too (London: Frank Howard Ltd, 1914)

J.P. Long and ‘Paul Pelham’, I'll make you want me (London: Star Music Publishing Co. Ltd, 1914)

‘Paul Pelham’ and ‘George Le Brunn’, Two little vagabonds (London: Francis, Day & Hunter, 1896)

‘Paul Pelham’, W.H. Wallis and Fred. Elton, Your king and country need you (London: Lawrence Wright Music Co., 1914)

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