Hilario Ped's Holographic Song Book

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Title

Hilario Ped's Holographic Song Book

Description

This was Hilario Ped's notebook with handwritten music. Ped used to play with a band, performing in the area including Guadalupe, California at a club and at Paulding Gym. As Nina Borja, his daughter, describes, their house was always filled with music. Songs in the book includes: "A Tisket a Tasket," "A Garden in Granada," "You Go To My Head," "Will You Remember Tonight Tomorrow?", "Love Walked In," "Stop Beatin' Round the Mulberry Bush," "Don't Cross Your Fingers Cross Your Heart," "Deep in a Dream," "Cocoanut Grove," "Change Partners," "Confidentially," "All Ashore," "Bugle Call Rag," "They Say," "Heart and Soul," "Lambeth Walk," "You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby," "I Must See Annie Tonight," "Have You Forgotten So Soon," "Bambino," "Two Sleepy People" and "Summer Souvenirs"

Coverage

Pismo Beach, California

Date

1930s?

Creator

Hilario Ped

Contributor

Nina Ped Borja

Source

Holographic Song Book by Hilario Ped

Type

Document

Identifier

USA-CA-02212014-A0002-008

Rights

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Citation

Hilario Ped, “Hilario Ped's Holographic Song Book,” The Re/Collecting Project , accessed November 19, 2017, http://reco.calpoly.edu/items/show/2343.

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