Robert D. Sharp  (1882-)
Last updated: 27.04.22
According to the Internet source given below, Robert D. Sharp was variously a composer of popular music, pianist, violinist, bandleader, dealer in music and musical instruments and president of The Robert D. Sharp Music Company, Denver, Colorado. He was born in Tuscola, Illinois but moved to Colorado in 1883, settling in Pueblo, where he studied music under Professor Murray of Pueblo. Of ragtime interest is his co-authorship of Everybody's Rag (1909) with Dan Goldsmith and High Life Rag (1913) with Harry Levinsohn.
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audioextmp315.gif If You Only Knew What I Know Says the Moon Edison Blue Amberol: 2122 Ada Jones
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 2 works by Robert D. Sharp (1882-). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.
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If You Only Knew What I Know Says the Moon 1914 Ada Jones (perf.)  wvicon.gif audioextmp315.gif
John Barleycorn 1915  Pub.