Listen to the mocking bird, Ethiopian ballad / by Richard Milburn; written and arranged by Alice Hawthorne (1855; also at American Memory) has the same piano arrangement as in the first edition. I don't think Winner composed "Johnny Has Gone for a Slodier" or "Ten Little Indians".
Jan 11, 2019 · Another of Winner's best-remembered songs, "Ten Little Indians,” was written in 1868 for a minstrel show skit about John Brown, whose Indian boy grows from "one little Injun" into "10 little Injuns," and then back to one. Agatha Christie also used the song in her novel “And Then There Were None.”
Septimus (Sep) Winner, the composer of such enduring songs as “Listen to the Mocking Bird”, “Whispering Hope” and “Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?” was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 11, 1827. Largely a self-taught musician, Winner began studying music and violin under the tutelage of Leopold Meignen.
The Opie-Oxford2 376 texts are "Ten little nigger boys went out to dine" and "Ten little Injuns standin' in a line." Opie-Oxford2 376 lists the following names and publication dates of adaptations: "Ten Little Niggers" Feb. 1869 [According to the Baring-Goulds, this is by Frank Green. The Opies say it might have been written in late 1868 - RBW] Print and download The Winner Is sheet music by DeVotchKa arranged for Piano. Instrumental Solo in C Major. SKU: MN0110791 Oct 31, 2011 · The first version was written by Septimus Winner Sources: Ten Little Indians wiki Ten Little Indians (novel) wiki Asked in Music Genres When was Ten Little Indians - The Beach Boys song ...