- Introduction: the Victorian and Edwardian Music Hall
- A Sampling of Music Hall Songs and their Composers
- Max Beerbohm on Music Halls
Individual Songs (recordings)
- H. Clifton (arranged by J. Candy), “Pretty Polly Perkins of Paddington Green” (1863)
- George Ridley (attributed), “Cushie Butterfield&rdquo (1864) — a parody of “Pretty Polly Perkins”
- G. W. Hunt, "MacDermott's War Song" (1877)
- Albert Chevalier, "My Old Dutch: A Cockney Song"
- Edgar Bateman and George Le Brunn, "If It Wasn't for the 'Ouses in Between"
- George Leybourne and Alfred Lee, "Champagne Charlie" (1867)
- Felix McGlennon, "Comrades"
The Music Hall, Society, and Politics
The Music Hall and Literature
The Music Hall and the Visual Arts
- Representations by Gustave Doré
- Walter Sickert, The Old Bedford Music Hall
Last modified 16 October 2013