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Song with a Trombone (Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay) ( (Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay)) (Operetta Our Miss Gibbs)
 

 
 
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From Alexander Scheglakov collection
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Additional information: Created in the USA in 1909, this melody was later included in Caryll and Monckton's "Our Miss Gibbs"
Original matrix: RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone # 8003
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MuzTrust (general list) > (general list) red 2649 17007 Reissue (original matrix)
Reverse Side 2650 //
Pre-revolutionary > RAOG=Russian Stockholders Company of Grammophone 8003 8003 Original matrix
RAOG=Russian ... > RAOG (black I-b) 8003 8003 First edition?? Gold fund
Title Name: Song with a Trombone (Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay)
Language(s) or Ethnics: american, russian | Catalog category: Bass with Orchestra | Genre (Music Category): Operetta
Artist(s): Mikhail Vavich
Composer, Larger Composition Name: John H. Flynn: Operetta Our Miss Gibbs
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Label file size: 322.0 KB | 1106x1099 px | Size of file MP3: 1.7 MB | 2:15 | 103 kbps x 44.1 kHz
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Added by: alscheg | 26.09.2008 16:04 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 23.01.2016 20:41
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Adrian
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"Yip I Addy I Ay"
is the original English title. Nothing to do with trombones, this must have come in with the Russian words. A cello in the original:

http://sniff.numachi.com/pages/tiYIPIADDY;ttYIPIADDY.html

It isn't from "Our Miss Gibbs" and isn't by Caryll and Monckton, but by W.D.Cobb and J.H.Flynn. Both this song and Our Miss Gibbs were associated with George Grossmith about 1909.
  06.04.2010 21:05
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Re: "Yip I Addy I Ay"
Adrian, what a surprise! In Russian context this very melody had been most associated with Our Miss Gibbs than any other. It was performed
http://www.russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=7671
and even parodied
http://www.russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=5044
dozens of times and each time it was noted that it comes from Our Miss Gibbs! But how did this melody come associated with it?
  06.04.2010 21:18
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Re: "Yip I Addy I Ay"
Well, I'm surprised myself - to discover that George Grossmith's recording of this song was labelled as from "Our Miss Gibbs" so it was obviously interpolated into the musical, though it doesn't apparently appear in the score.

It was a US song, originally made famous there by Blanche Ring. I didn't know it was so famous in Russia in these various forms.
  06.04.2010 23:41
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Re: "Yip I Addy I Ay"
So, it comes out that "Yip I Addy I Ay", created in the US, was included in Our Miss Gibbs later, but still in the West, and then, in this "enriched" form, this operetta came to Russia, where the names of the original authors vanished completely?

P.S. Found here http://www.classicmoviemusicals.com/musicy.htm

Yip I Addy I Ay!
(aka "Yip-I-Addy-I-Ay" and other variations)
Written by John H. Flynn and Will D. Cobb, 1909
Introduced in the stage musical "Our Miss Gibbs"
  07.04.2010 08:02
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Re: "Yip I Addy I Ay"
Yes that's right. Both the song and the musical seem to date from 1909. Maybe Grossmith had had such a success with it on other stages that they decided to add it from the start. But unlike some songs by other composers that were added to musicals, this doesn't seem to be in the official list of titles.
  07.04.2010 09:26
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Re: "Yip I Addy I Ay"
Adrian, thank you so much for the precious help! I've modified the information in all the files that contain this melody
  07.04.2010 12:02
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Thanks conservateur
Though I think you found out all the facts in the end!
  07.04.2010 21:44
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Operetta's title is "Our Miss Gibbs"
  20.01.2016 22:56
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Konezni wrote:
Operetta's title is "Our Miss Gibbs"

Thank you!
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