George Le Brunn

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George Le Brunn (20 June 1863 – 18 December 1905) was an English song writer active during the heyday of the Victorian music hall. He was born George Frederick Brunn in Brighton, Sussex.[1] Among the more well-known songs he wrote is "Oh! Mr Porter", part of the repertoire of popular singer Marie Lloyd.

Le Brunn died of meningitis in Brixton, London, and was buried in Lambeth Cemetery.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Le Brunn, George", British Film Institute, retrieved 8 March 2013 

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