Gertie Gitana

banana

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • Gertie Gitana — (December 27, 1887 ndash; January, 1957), was a British music hall entertainer.She was born Gertrude Mary Astbury in Shirley Street, Longport, Stoke on Trent. [ [http://www.thepotteries.org/did you/008.htm Did you know? Gertie Gitana was born in… …   Wikipedia

  • Gertie Gitana — I Australian Slang banana II Cockney Rhyming Slang Banana I like a gertie on my cereal .Possibly an old music hall star …   English dialects glossary

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  • 1957 in music — Events*January 5 Renato Carosone and his band start their American tour in Cuba. *January 6 Elvis Presley makes final appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show . *January 16 The Cavern Club opens in Liverpool, England *Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel name… …   Wikipedia

  • 1887 in music — Events Published popular music* Angels Without Wings w.m. George Dance * Away In The Manger w. anon m. James Ramsey Murray * Calvary w. Henry Vaughn m. Paul Rodney * Comrades Felix McGlennon George Horncastle * The Song That Reached My Heart w.m …   Wikipedia

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  • Music hall songs — There are a very large number of music hall songs, and most of them have been forgotten. In London between 1900 and 1910, a single publishing company, Francis, Day and Hunter, published between forty and fifty songs a month. Music hall songs were …   Wikipedia

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