Earl Carroll  (1893-1948)
Last updated: 29.01.24
According to the Internet source given below, Earl Carrol was an American theatrical producer, director, songwriter and composer.
He produced and directed numerous Broadway musicals and was famous for his productions featuring the most lightly clad showgirls on Broadway.
Earl Carroll died in the crash of United Airlines Flight 624.
url15.gif Earl Carroll Biography by wikipedia.org.  
  Title (Release Year) Co-Author(s) Performers Issue
cylinder15.gif My Dream of Dreams, Pretty Mrs. Smith (1915) Marie De Kyser Edison Blue Amberol: 2493
cylinder15.gif So Long, Letty (1916) Helen Clark
Joseph A. Phillips
Edison Blue Amberol: 2949
cylinder15.gif I Never Knew (1916) Gladys Rice
W.V. Brunt
Edison Blue Amberol: 3017
  Title Co-Author(s) Sequencer
audiomidi15.gif Canary Cottage (1916) James Pitt-Payne
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks

Beautiful Roses (1914) E, Carroll (w&m)
A. Friedland (coauth.)
Carlotta St. Elmo (perf.)
Bert Errol (perf.)
Marie McFarland (perf.)
Mary McFarland (perf.)
Piano, Voice

pdf15.gif Bells of Killarney (1913) E, Carroll (w&m)
B. Miller (coauth.)
J. Richmond (coauth.)
Hodges Bros (perf.)
Piano Indiana Pub.
pdf15.gif Blue Bird (1916) E, Carroll (music)
A. Piantadosi (coauth.)
Piano Indiana wvicon.gif
pdf15.gif Canary Cottage (1916) E, Carroll (w&m) Piano, Voice Indiana Pub.
I Never Knew (1916) E, Carroll (w&m)
pdf15.gif Let Them Alone, They're Married (1914) E, Carroll (music) Piano, Orchestra IMSLP Pub.
So Long, Letty (1915) E, Carroll (w&m)
Piano, Voice IMSLP
pdf15.gif  When I'm Thru With the Arms of the Army (1918) E, Carroll (w&m) Piano, Voice IMSLP Pub.
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 28 works by Earl Carroll (1893-1948). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER pdf15.gif (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Dreams of Long Ago 1912 Enrico Caruso (words)
Bells of Killarney (w&m) 1913 Bob Miller (co-author)
Jack Richmond (co-author)
Hodges Bros (perf.)
Doll Richards (perf.)
Joe Shriner (perf.)
Beautiful Roses (w&m) 1914 Anatol Friedland (co-author)
Bert Errol (perf.)
Marie McFarland (perf.)
Mary McFarland (perf.)
Carlotta St. Elmo (perf.)
Do the Funny Foxtrot 1914 Harry Carroll (co-author)
John & Mae Burke (perf.)
Evelyn Nesbit (perf.)
Watson Sisters (perf.)
Let Them Alone, They're Married 1914 Marie Dressler (perf.)  Pub.
Tony Traviata 1914 Arthur Behim (words)  Pub.
All the Comforts of Home 1915  wvicon.gif
Here Come the Married Men (w&m) 1915  wvicon.gif
My Dream of Dreams, Pretty Mrs. Smith 1915 Alfred G. Robyn (words)
Marie De Kyser (perf.)
On a Beautiful Beach 1915
So Long, Letty (w&m) 1915 Helen Clark (perf.)
Joseph A. Phillips (perf.)
 Pub.  cylinder15.gif
You're Welcome Back to California 1915
Blue Bird 1916 Al Piantadosi (co-author)  Pub.
Canary Cottage (w&m) 1916  Pub. audiomidi15.gif
Escamillo 1916
Follow the Cook! 1916  Pub.
I Never Knew (w&m) 1916 Walter Van Brunt (perf.)
Gladys Rice (perf.)
from "Canary Cottage"
 Pub.  cylinder15.gif
It Ruined Marc Anthony 1916  Pub.
It's Always Orange Day in California (w&m) 1916  Pub.
Mister Patrick Henry Must Have Been a Married Man 1916
Pass Around the Apples Once Again (w&m) 1916  Pub.
That Syncopated Harp 1916  Pub.
When You Hear Jackson Moan on His Saxophone 1916
Somwewhere in France 1917 Rubey Cowan (words)  wvicon.gif
When I'm Thru With the Arms of the Army (w&m) 1918  Pub.
All the World Is My Dreaming Place (w&m) 1920  Pub.
Band Plays Home Sweet Home, The (w&m) 1923  wvicon.gif
Laugh While You're Dancing Around 1923 William Daly (co-author)
Roy Turk (co-author)