Ellis R. Ephraim

Timeline of works

  • 1897
    On To Victory. March Two-Step.
    Place & Publisher P.J. Lammers, 9 N. Charles St. Baltimore
    Subjects:
  • 1898
    Uncle Rufus' Cake-Walk. Characteristic March and Two Step. Greatest Coon Hit of the Season.
    Place & Publisher The Baltimore Music Co. Baltimore
    Subjects:
  • 1898
    The Belle of the Klondike.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:Widows, Wealth
  • 1898
    He Won't Come Back No Never. A Syncopated Stutter.
    Place & Publisher n.p.
    Subjects:African Americans, Dialects, Leisure, Recreation, Unrequited love, Deception
  • 1900
    Some Day You Will Ask Me to Come Back. The Greatest Success of the Season.
    Place & Publisher Ellis R. Ephraim Baltimore
    Subjects:Love, Gifts, Sadness, Farewells
  • 1900
    The Bedouin Attack. Characteristic March.
    Place & Publisher Hamilton S. Gordon, 139 Fifth Ave. New York
    Subjects:Campaigns & battles, Soldiers, Horseback riding, Native dress
  • 1900
    The Coon Behind the Gun. Characteristic March and Two-Step [Autographed by the composer].
    Place & Publisher Continental Music Pub. Co. Baltimore
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Parties, Firearms, Violence, Sunflowers, Anger
  • 1901
    The Goose Step (is the Thing in Germany).
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Military uniforms, Satire, Stereotypes, Ethnic groups, Military parades & ceremonies
  • 1901
    The Goose Step (is the Thing in Germany).
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Military uniforms, Satire, Stereotypes, Ethnic groups, Military parades & ceremonies
  • 1901
    Hop-Lee. A Chinese Cake Walk for Piano.
    Place & Publisher P.J. Lammers Baltimore
    Subjects:Caricatures, Chinese lanterns, Dancing, Native dress
  • 1901
    My Little Honey Dove.
    Place & Publisher Hamilton S. Gordon, 139 Fifth Ave. New York
    Subjects:Love
  • 1902
    Coming Down Love Lane. Song.
    Place & Publisher Wm. A. Pond & Co., 148 Fifth Avenue New York
    Subjects:
  • 1903
    Contrary Mary.
    Place & Publisher Sol Bloom, New Zealand Bldg., 37th & Broadway New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Love
  • 1904
    She's Gone to the Land of Santa Claus.
    Place & Publisher Sol Bloom, New Amsterdam Theatre Building New York
    Subjects:Christmas decorations, Holly, Fathers & children, Holidays, Death
  • 1904
    In Old Egypt Land. An Idyl of the Pyramids. Imtermezzo. Two-Step.
    Place & Publisher Ralph Ryman Baltimore
    Subjects:Women, Cartoons
  • 1905
    Hello All Right Good-bye. [includes female version]
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Couples, Telephones, Portraits, Love
  • 1905
    Injun Gal. Novelty Indian Song and Refrain.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Totem Poles, Portraits, Native Americans, Stereotypes, Dialects, Love
  • 1906
    On the Rocky Road to Dublin. Irish Intermezzo and Two-Step.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Travel, Mules, Country life, Baskets
  • 1906
    On the Rocky Road to Dublin. Irish Novelty Song.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Carts & wagons, Travel, Love
  • 1906
    On the Rocky Road to Dublin. Irish Novelty Song.
    Place & Publisher M. Witmark & Sons New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Carts & wagons, Travel, Love