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For voice and piano. "Musical supplement to the Sunday Examiner, published by Sol. Bloom, Chicago"--Ill. t.p. "Sung at the Orpheum by Camille D'Arville."--Ill. t.p. T.p. illustration: Camille D'Arville seated on a high-back chair / photo by Bushnell. First line of text: When the stars are softly gleaming. First line of refrain: Then why do I love you, I wonder? Record created as part of the California Sheet Music Project. Bound: No Variant: No Illustrated cover: Yes Advertisements: No San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum.