According to the Internet source given below, Charlotte Blake was an American composer of popular music. She lived in Detroit with her parents and was a staff writer with Jerome H. Remick, proprietor of the Whitney Warner Publishing Co. She composed some 35 titles for Remick, her most popular work being Dainty Dames (1905). After 1919 Charlotte Blake apparently abandoned her composing career but continued living with her family in the Detroit area at least through the early 1930s and apparently never married. Eventually she moved to Santa Monica, California where she died aged 94.
List of Charlotte Blake's works.
9. More sheet music at the Amazons
- [§] Curly (1907), Descant/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] The Gravel Rag (1908), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass+Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] Love Is King (1906), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] The Mascot (1905), Treble/Tenor/Tenor+Bass/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] Missouri Mule (1904), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] Orchids (1907), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] That Tired Rag (1911), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass+Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
- [§] Yankee Kid (1909), Treble/Tenor/Tenor/Bass/Great Bass(Bass)
10. More sheet music at Ditty Box Enterprises
Further sheet music at DBE:
Charlotte Blake , biography and list of works by "Perfessor" Bill Edwards
Ragtime Music CDs:
Tom Brier on "Dualing at the McCoys" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Tom Brier on "Rewind" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Tom Brier on "Rising Star"
"Perfessor" Bill Edwards on "Rhapsodies in Ragtime"
Virginia Eskin on "Fluffy Ruffle Girls: Women in Ragtime"
Nora Hulse on "24 Piano Rags by Women"
Nora Hulse on "Cake Walks, Two Steps and Rags by Women Composers"
Nora Hulse on "Ragtime Refreshments"
Jenks/Grinstead on "Ragtime Bigtime"
Various Artists on "Thatsum Rag!"
Max Morath on "The Ragtime Women" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
River Raisin Ragtime Revue on "Ragtime Detroit"