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Ballard MacDonald

born on 15/10/1882 in Portland, OR, United States

died on 17/11/1935 in Queens, NY, United States

Ballard MacDonald

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Ballard MacDonald (October 15, 1882  November 17, 1935) was an American lyricist, who worked in Tin Pan Alley.

Born in Portland, Oregon, he was a charter member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). He died in Forest Hills, New York.

Selective list of song credits

  • "Beautiful Ohio" (MacDonald/Robert A. King), 1918
  • "Rose of Washington Square" (MacDonald/James F. Hanley)
  • "Second Hand Rose", 1921
  • "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" (MacDonald/Leon Jessel), 1922
  • "Back Home Again in Indiana" (MacDonald/James F. Hanley), 1917
  • The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" (MacDonald/Harry Carroll), 1913
  • "Play That Barbershop Chord"
  • "Clap Hands! Here Comes Charley!"
  • "Somebody Loves Me"
  • "Bend Down, Sister"
  • "Down in Bom Bombay"
  • "On the Mississippi"

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