The Tickle Toe
The Tickle Toe is one of the songs preformed in Going Up, a musical with music by Louis A. Hirsch.
Going Up opened on Broadway on December 25, 1917. The audiences loved it, especially the full-size biplane that was used on stage. It ran for 351 performances in New York and then for another 574 performances in London. It is a cheerful piece that will make you and your audiences smile.
We concur with the original title of the song: Ev’rybody Ought to know, How to do the Tickle Toe....
The arrangement consists of a score, parts for violin 1, violin 2, viola and cello. (The viola part is also provided as a version for violin).