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For Lou Burnard:

There is a substantial series of essays by J.  W.  T.  Ley in the Dickensian
dealing with Dickens's songs.  Some of the Garland bibliographies (such as the
one on Old Curiosity Shop) have sections dealing with songs.  My own essay in
last December's Dickensian, "Glorious Apollers and Ancient Buffaloes," deals
with songs and venues in which they were sung.  And Claire Tomalin has recently
been looking into songs for a television adaptation of her book on Nelly Ternan.
The single person who knows most about such matters is Laurence Senelick.

Cheers,

Paul Schlicke
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