David W. Guion  (1892-1981)
Last updated: 31.08.21
According to the Internet source given below, David W. Guion was a Texan composer born in Ballinger, Texas, and best known for his arrangements of cowboy tunes,
He achieved fame on Broadway and on the radio starring in the cowboy show Prairie Echoes as well as doing two series of weekly radio shows featuring his own music exclusively.
Of ragtime era interest is The Texas Fox Trot (1915) published by M. Witmark and Sons, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, USA.
He died in Dallas and was buried in Ballinger.

Websites:
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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 9 works by David W. Guion (1892-1981). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Texas Fox Trot, The 1915  wvicon.gif youtube15.jpg youtube15.jpg
De Ol' Ark's A-Moverin' 1918  wvicon.gif
My Little Soul's Gwine a Shine 1918
Shout Yo' Glory 1919  wvicon.gif
Turkey in the Straw 1919  wvicon.gif
Sheep and Goat - Walkin' to the Pasture 1922  wvicon.gif
Ol' Paint 1933 Arr. by David W Guion;  wvicon.gif
Old Maid Blues 1943 Web Maddox (words)
N. Bayes (perf. by)
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Arkansas Traveller, The ?
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youtube15.jpg The Texas Fox Trot 3:16 Ragtime Dorian Henry D.W. Guion