'Rippling Waves Waltz' by Mellie Dunham, 1926
Contributed by Norway Historical Society
The sheet music of Mellie Dunham's most famous song, "Rippling Waves," was published by Carl Fischer Inc., of New York in 1926.
Dunham, who lived in Norway with his wife, Emma "Gram" Dunham, was known throughout the country for his fiddle playing. He and his wife, their son-in-law, Nathan Noble, and their granddaughter Cherry Noble often performed together.
The sheet music cover describes him as "Maine's Champion Fiddler."
- Title: 'Rippling Waves Waltz' by Mellie Dunham, 1926
- Creation Date: 1926
- Subject Date: 1926
- Town: New York
- State: NY
- Media: ink on paper
- Object Type: Text and Image
For more information about this item, contact:
Norway Historical Society
471 Main Street, Norway, ME 04268
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