Hattie Starr 
Last updated: 26.04.24
According to the Internet source given below, Hattie Starr was an American actress and songwriter of popular music.
Her Little Alabama Coon (1893) published by Willis Woodward and Co., New York, USA was recorded by Mabel Garrison of the New York Metropolitan Opera and her Somebody Loves Me (1893) published by Allan & Co. Pty. Ltd, , Melbourne, Australia was recorded by Josephine Sabel.
url15.gif Hattie Starr Biography by wikipedia.org.  
This list is derived from information provided by Monologues.co.uk which went down sometime in 2023.
The loss of this valuable resource is very sad and a mystery.
     Title Attribution Remarks
  Little Alabama Coon Hattie Starr (words & music)
Bessie Wentworth (perf.)
Nellie Richards (perf.)
     Title Attribution Instruments Source Remarks
pdf15.gif Little Alabama Coon (1893) H. Starr (w&m)
Frances M. Raymond (perf.)
Piano, Voice IMSLP wvicon.gif
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 27 works by Hattie Starr. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: pdf15.gif (w&m)
Title Year Attribution Remarks
Love's a Magic Spell Warbling Song (w&m) 1888 Ella Dean (perf.)  wvicon.gif
My Mountain Daisy (w&m) 1890 Ella Dean (perf.)  wvicon.gif
Little Alabama Coon (w&m) 1893 Frances M. Raymond (perf.)
Nellie Richards (perf.)
Bessie Wentworth (perf.)
 Pub. youtube15.jpg
Somebody Loves Me 1893 Josephine Sabel (perf.)  Pub.
Go to Sleep My Honey 1894  wvicon.gif
Moo-Low! Low-Moo! - Dats What Ole Bossie-Cow Say 1894  Pub.
Nellie Brady 1894  wvicon.gif
Two Little Babies 1894
Two Little Japanese Dolls 1894  Pub.
Dem Tantalizin' Little Twins Coons 1895  Pub.
Laugh, Yo' Little Niggers 1895  Pub.
Way Down Coon Hollow 1895 Louise Hamilton (words)  Pub.
You're So Good Daddy 1896  Pub.
De Pickaninny's Dream 1898 Isadore Rush (words)  Pub.
Hoodoo Coon, A 1898  Pub.
Burning of the Windsor Hotel, The 1899  wvicon.gif
If You'll Only Take Me Back (w&m) 1899  Pub.
There's Only One Girl in All New York 1899 George Starr (words)
Arthur McWatters (perf.)
Grace Tyson (perf.)
Where the Cotton Grows 1899  Pub.
Grandma's Last Amen 1900 Gertrude Haynes (perf.)  Pub.
My Chilly Baby (w&m) 1900  wvicon.gif
Beyond the Stars 1901 Percival B Nash (words)  Pub.
Holy Cross, The 1901  wvicon.gif
Little Lou'siana Coon, A 1901  wvicon.gif
Pawn-Shop-Man, The 1901 George A Poole (words)  Pub.
Rastus, Take Me Back 1910 Marie Dressler (words)
She May Be Happy With Riches ? L.W. Lewis (words)  wvicon.gif
     Composer Title Performer
youtube15.jpg H. Starr Little Alabama Coon (2:51) William F. Denny