Underneath The Arches. Flanagan and Alllen. 1932. Sheet Music Instant Download. Cover Artwork. #vintagesheetmusic
Underneath The Arches. Flanagan and Alllen. 1932. Sheet Music Instant Download. Cover Artwork.Vintage Sheet Music, Old Sheet Music. Instant Download.Underneath The Arches - Sheet Music DownloadBy Bud Flanagan 1932.This is a facsimile of a very rare early copy.Featured by Flanagan and Allen.Arranged for Piano and Voice with Ukulele chord diagrams.4 pages including cover art work.The original of this facsimile is in a very fragile condition with heavy discolouration of the pages."Underneath the Arches" is a 1932 popular song with words and music by Bud Flanagan, and additional lyrics by Reg Connelly. It was one of the most famous songs of the duo Flanagan and Allen.According to a television programme broadcast in 1957, Bud Flanagan said that he wrote the song in Derby in 1927, and first performed it a week later at the Pier Pavilion, Southport. It refers to the arches of Friar Gate railway bridge and to the homeless men who slept there during the Great Depression.Please note that the original physical sheet music is not included.