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There are some great renditions, like Elizabeth Mitchell’s ethereal rendition; some terrible ones, like Olivia Newton John’s harp-dripping, saccharine abomination; and some innovative ones, like the Elegants’ rock ‘n roll single Little Star, that made #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1958.
The song has been integrated into numerous classic songs, according to Gary Lucas, a legendary rock and jazz guitarist who co-wrote the song Grace with his protégé Jeff Buckley, and who worked as a composer on my film American Faust: From Condi to Neo Condi. “Listen to the Stanley Brothers’ great bluegrass track Little Maggie, whose eyes ‘shine like a diamond in the sky.’ Or even Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, where John Lennon is psychedelically playing with pattern recognition.
I asked this question to Dr Katie Overy, senior lecturer in music at the University of Edinburgh. “It would have transferred orally because it’s a good tune.
There’s a rich history in folk music of using the same melody with different words, and modern culture and technology has no doubt speeded up this transfer.” The probability is that, as with the world’s other most recognisable tunes – Happy Birthday, Yesterday, Frère Jacques – the melody was composed in one place, by one or two people.
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Clear your throat, sing along: "Twinkle twinkle little star, / Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full, / Q-R-S-T-U-V...” When I detected this brazen piracy, more than three decades after first hearing the songs, I was livid.
/ Though I know not what you are, / Twinkle, twinkle, little star.” It’s not known exactly when this poem was joined with the melody, but the first published combo version was in 1838, in the book The Singing Master.He did give some credit on the melody to a composer called Louis Le Maire, who had conveniently died in 1750.