American popular songs, 1895-1973
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 20.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1920.
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- 228 scores.
- Primarily vocal scores to popular songs.
- Contents list is in the order in which songs appear on the microfilm.
- Reproduction (note)
- P.S. 1920 series 1: Afghanistan / by William Wilander and Harry Donnelly, arr. by J.S. Glickman -- Alabama Moon / words and music by Geoge Hamilton Green -- Louisiana / words by Arthur Freed, music by Oliver G. Wallace -- Dreamy Alabama / lyrics by Ballard MacDonald, music by Mary Earl -- Arabia / words and music by Geoge Hamilton Green -- The Argentines, the Portuguese and the Greeks / by Arthur M. Swanstrom and Carey Morgan -- At the moving picture ball / scenario by Howard Johnson, music by Jos. Santly -- Avalon / lyric and music by Al Jolson and Vincent Rose -- Babetto / by Fay Megar -- Beautiful Hawaii / by Mary Earl -- Bright eyes / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Otto Motzan and M.K. Jerome -- Bring back your love to me / words by Joseph M. Davis, music by Geo. F. Briegel -- Broadway Rose / lyric by Eugene West, music by Otis Spencer and Martin Fried -- Broken moon / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts -- Cherokee / lyric by Sam Morris and Vaughn De Leath, music by Vaughn De Leath -- Chili bean / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Ching-a Ling's jazz bazaar / words by Howard Johnson, music by Ethel Bridges -- Clysmic water daughter of White Rock / words by William Jerome, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Colleen o' mine / lyric by Harry L. Kerr, music by Gerald McDonald -- Come along and hum along with me / by George Lyons and Bob Yosco -- Daddy, you've been a mother to me / words and music by Fred Fisher -- Dance-o-mania / new lyric by Charles A. Bayha, by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Joe Cooper -- Darling / words by Arthur Jackson, music by Chris Schoenberg -- Daughter of two worlds, A / words by Paul M. Sarazan, music by M.K. Jerome -- Dear little mother of mine / poem by Leslie L'Estrange Malone, music by T.F. Cornell -- Deep in your eyes / words by William Le Baron, music by Victor Jacobi -- Don't be cross with me / words by Haven Gillespie, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Do you ever think of me / lyric by Harry D. Kerr and John Cooper, music by Earl Burtnett -- Drifting / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by William Polla -- Everybody's Buddy / words by Bernie Grossman, music by Billy Frisch -- Every once in a while / words and music by Will E. Skidmore and Marshall Walker -- Feather your nest = Emplumez le nid / french text by A. Bollaert, by Kendis and Brockman and Howard Johnson -- Five women to every man / words and music by Louis Herscher, Sam Downing and Joseph Burke -- Forever, and then for a day / words and music by Howard Lutter -- From now on / lyric by Alex Sullivan, music by Arthur Behim -- Georgia baby / lyric by Arthur U. James, music by Frank Wright -- Good-bye, Dixie, good-bye / words by Wm. Tracey, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- Greatest gift of all, the / by Henry Roberts -- Gretchen / lyric by Ivan Reid, melody by Peter De Rose -- Happy (what a lucky boy was he) / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed. G. Nelson -- Hen and the cow (It's only a dream of the past) / lyric by Irving Caesar and Alfred Bryan, music by Geo. E. Meyer -- Hiawatha's melody of love / Lyric by Alfred Bryan and Artie Mehlinger, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- I’m in heaven when I'm in my mother's arm (I don't have to die to go to heaven) / words by Howard Johnson and Cliff Hess, music by Milton Ager -- I'm telling you / words and music by Nat Vincent, Billy Baskette, Billy Frisch, Benie Grossman, Will Donaldson, Sam Ehrlich, Leon Flatow, Bobby Jones, Al Siegel, Jimmie Brown -- I'm waiting for to-morrow to come / lyric by Frank Davis, music by Franklyn Hawelka and Max Prival -- I've found another Mary / words and music by Ferris M. Hunt -- I lost the best pal that I had / words and music by Dick Thomas -- I love the land of old black Joe / lyric by Grant Clarke, melody by Walter Donaldson -- I told you so / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- I used to love you but it's all over now / lyrics by Lew Brown, melody by Albert Von Tilzer -- I want the twilight and you / poem by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Chas. H. Maskell -- I'll be with you in apple blossom time / words by Neville Fleeson, melody by Albert Von Tilzer -- I'll be your regular sweetie (But I won't be your once in a while) / by Fred Rose, George Little, Peter S. Frost -- I'll bring a rose / lyric by Richard Coburn, music by Vincent Rose -- I'll see you in C-U-B-A / by Irving Berlin -- I wonder where you'll wander when I'm gone / words and music by Walter Jeffries and James Sheridan -- I'd be good (yes, for good, for a good girl) / words by Frank Goodman, music by J,. Milton Delcamp and Justin Ring -- I would like to have a girl like you like me / words by Frank Goodman, music by J. Milton Delcamp -- I'd love to fall asleep and wake up in my mammy's arms / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- If I meet the guy who made the country dry / words by Willaim Jerome, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- If they don't want the Irish in Ireland (let's bring them over here) / words by Eugene West, music by Clyde Roland -- In old Manila / by Mary Earl -- In the heart of Mary Ann / by Moe Thompson, Elmer Olson and Will J. Ward -- In the land of Oklahoma / words and music by Clyde Munroe -- In the land of rice and tea / words and music by Charley Straight and Paul Biese -- Irresistible / by Ruth Bustanoby -- Isle of Paradise / by Mary Earl and Ted Fiorito -- It might have been you / by Sam Coslow [incomplete] -- It wioll never be dry down in Havana (no matter what happens 'round here) / words by Wm. Tracey, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- Japanese sandman / told by Raymond B. Egan, set to music by Richard A. Whiting -- Just as my own / Ray Perkins -- Just as we used to be / words and music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Just because / words and music by Vernon T. Stevens, P. Frosini -- Just for a while / lyric by Max C. Frfeedman, melody by Harry D. Squires -- Just for to-day / lyric by Al. Bernard, melody by Rudy Wiedoft -- Kentucky / words by George A. Little, music by Neuman Fier -- Kiss a miss / lyric by Cal de Voll and Jack Yellen, music by Maurice Baron -- Ko-Ko-San / words and music by Edah Delbridge and A. Robert King -- Last night (When I dreamed you had gone) / words and music by Richard Howard -- League triumphant, the / words by Felix Lake, music by Ella Zimmerman -- Let's go to Cuba (before they drink the darn place dry) / words and music by Jack Darrell -- Let's have freedom for Ireland now / words and music by Leo F. Fagan -- Lilac Tree, or Perspicacity / by George H. Gartlan -- Little bunch o' honeyness / verse by E. Deacey, music by Carl Hahn -- Little crumbs of happiness you gave me long ago / lyric by J. Keirn Brennanmusic by Ernest R. Ball -- Look for me in the Tennessee / words by Joe Davis and Bartley Costello, music by Frank Papa -- Lover's lane / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts.
- P.S. 1920 series 1 [continued]: Manyana / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Neuman Fier -- Margie / lyric by Benny Davis, music by Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson -- Marion (You’ll Soon Be Marrying Me) / words by Frank Kienzle and Chas. Smith, music by Nelson Ingham and Geo. B. McConnell -- Midnight blues / by ‘Lasses White -- Mohammed / lyric by Ballard Macdonald, music by Mary Earl -- Mother (I love you) / by Howard Smith and Lieut. Gitz Rice -- Mother of pearl / lyric by Justin E. McCarthy and George Graff Jr., music by Ernest R. Ball -- Mumsey my own / words and musicc by Clyde Hager and Walter Goodwin -- (Oh Ggee! Say Gee! You ought to see) My Gee Gee from the Fiji isles / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- My Greenwich Village Sue / by Art. Swanstrom and Carey Mogan -- My Java belle / words and music by Howard Spear and Werner Janssen -- My mother’s evening prayer / by Bud Green, Charlie Pierce and Al Dubin -- My mother’s lullaby / by Cyril Smith -- My log cabin home (Down in Virginia) / lyric and melody by Arthur Tallman -- My sweetie knows / lyric by Phil Ponce, music by Earnest Golden -- Nailo (Nylo) / lyric by J. Will Callahanb, music by Lee S. Roberts -- No use crying / lyric by Alice Mattullath, music by Hugo Hirsch -- Oh dear, oh dear / words by Ed Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Oh! Doctor / by Rubey Cowan and Billy Joyce -- Oh! How I miss you mammy / lyric by MaX c. Frfeedman, melody by Harr D. Squires -- Oh! Judge (He treats me mean) / by James F. Hanley -- Old man jazz / by Gene Quaw -- Ononono / lyric by Ballard MacDonald, music by M. David and Wm. Hewitt -- Oriental stars / by James V. Monaco -- Palesteena / by Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson -- Parisiola / lyric by Alex Gerber, music by Abner Silver -- Pekin / lyrics by J. Brandon Walsh, music by Norman Wilbur -- Pond-lily time / lyric by Harold G. Frost, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Rainbow Sal / words and music by Clyde Hager and Walter Goodwin -- Read ‘em and weep / words by Al. Bernard, music by Walter Haenschen -- Rose / lyric by Arthur Sizemore, melody by Frank Magine and Paul Biese -- Rose of Athlone / words by Harold Robe, music by A.B. Lamont [incomplete] -- San / words and music by Lindsay McPhail and Walter Michels -- Save a little dram for me / words and music by Will E. Skidmore and Marshall Walker -- Shaccabac / by Jack Derrick -- Shake it and break it / words by H. Qualli Clark, music by Signor Friscoe Lou Chiha -- Sing me to sleep (Dear old mother mine) / by Joe Darcey -- Singin’ the blues (till my daddy comes home) / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson -- Sleepy Hollow (where I first met you) / lyric by Harold G. Frost, music by Lemuel Fowler [and] F. Henri Klickmann -- So long! Oo-long (how long you gonna be gone?) / by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby -- Some of the time I’m lonely / words and music by Francis W. Hatch -- Somehow / words by Ballard MacDonald, music by Ted Lewis and Frank Ross -- Some time you’ll know / by Frederick Seymour and Fred W. Pike -- Sometimes at twilight / lyric by Harold G. Frost, muisc by E. Clinton Keithley -- Somewhere for me there’s someone waiting / lyric by Sydney T. Pease, music by Harry Stogden -- Song of the orient (Tra-la-la-la) / lyric by Charles Bayha, music by Harry Rosenthal -- Spooney Hollow / Kerry Mills -- Stop it! / words by Harry D. Kerr, music by Mel. B. Kaufman -- Sunny southern smiles / L. Wolfe Gilbert, Darl MacBoyle and Joseph Cooper -- The sunshine in your big blue eyes / lyric by Darl Mac Boyle, music by Peter De Rose and Johnny Innuse -- Sweet Alice Gray / words by Richard H. Gerard, musi by Halpin O’Reilly Gilbert -- Sweet mamma (Papa’s getting mad) / by Fred Rose, Georege A. Little, Peter L. Frost -- Sweetest lady / by Jack Caddigan and Chick Story -- Singing vine / words and music by Ralph L. Grosvenor -- Take me / words by Harry Edelheit, music by Clarence Senna, and Monte Carlo -- Teasing eyes / lyric and melody by Arthur Tallman -- Tell me little gypsy / words and music by Irving Berlin -- Ten baby fingers / words by Harry Edelheit, music by Alma Sanders and Monte Carlo -- That’s how you can ttell they’re Irish / by Thomas J. Gray and Clarence Gaskill -- There’s just a little touch of Dixie in your eyes / words by Jack Strouse and Thos. F. Swift, music by Rubey Cowan -- There’s only one pal after all / lyric by Harold G. Frost, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- There she goes! / by Ring Hager -- Today / words by Harold Robe, music by Gerald Arthur -- Tripoli (On the shores of Tripoli) / lyric by Paul Cunningham and Al Dubin, music by Irving Weill -- La veeda / lyric by NaT. Vincent, melody by John Alden -- Washtub blues / lyric by Arthur U. James, music by Frank Wright -- We will be happy in June / lyric by Harold G. Frost, music by E. Clinton Keithley -- What a wonderful girl you are / words by Frank Davis and Harry Tobias, music by Max Prival -- What would you do? / lyric by F.J. Mastrangelo and A. Biggio, music by Chas. Rossoff -- When I go home / [lyric by] Clinton Scollard, [music by] Earl Towner -- When my baby smiles at me / words by Andrew B. Sterling and Ted Lewis, music by Bill Munro -- When the autumn leaves begin to fall / lyric by Neville fleeson, melody by Albert Von Tilzer -- When the harvest moon is shining / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- When the lowing herd winds slowly o’er the lea / by Shepard N. Edmonds -- When you’re gone I won’t forget / lyric by Ivan Reid, melody by Peter DeRose -- When you are mine / lyric by Lewis Cassett, music by Jos. Samuels and Harry Briant -- Where the rainbow ends / words by Clifford Grey, music by Nat D. Ayer -- Why do they always say “no” / words by Harry Pease and Frank Davis, music by Ed. G. Nelson and Billy Glason -- Would you? (I’ll say you would!) / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by George B. McConnell -- Wyoming (Go to sleep, my baby) / lyric and music by Gene Williams -- Yearning and waiting / words by Pete Curtis, music by Jess Williams -- You are the rose (I’m longing for) / words and music by Ted C. Fomney & Peter C> Caporossi, Harry Tobias -- You made me forget how to cry / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, mussic by Maurice Abrahams -- You may be the world to your mother (but you’re only an oil-can to me) / words by William Jerome, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- You ought to see my baby / words by Roy Turk, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- Zoma / by E.S. Litchfield.
- P.S. 1920 series 2: After you get what you want you don’t want it / by Irving Berlin -- Arabella / words and music by John H. Densmore -- Baby dreams / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Herbert Stothart -- Beautiful Hawaiian love / Dorothy Terriss and Ethel Bridges -- Blue diamonds / by Jack Caddigan and Chick Story -- Broadway blues / words by Arthur Swanstrom, music by Carey Morgan -- China moon / words by Don Everett, music by Frank Thornton, adapted from the Serenade by R. Drigo -- The crocodile / words by Howard E. Rogers, music by Harry Akst and Otto Motzan -- Cuban moon / lyric by Joe McKiernan, melody by Norman Spencer -- Dearest one / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Blaufuss -- Desert dreams / by Leonard Lewin -- Ding toes / by Jack Caddigan and Chick Story -- (I’m saving up my) Dough for Rae and me / lyric by Garfield Kilgour, music by Harry Akst -- Down the trail to home sweet home / by Ernest R. Ball -- Dreaming blues / words and music by Edythe Baker -- Everything about you tells me that you’re Irish / lyric by Bob Schafer, music by Dave Ringle -- Fair one / words by Ted Lewis, music by Geo. Mallen -- Grieving for you / by Joe Gibson, Joe Ribaud and Joe Gold -- Honolulu eyes / words by Howard Johnson, music by Violinsky -- Humming / by Louis Breau and Ray Henderson -- Humoresque / lyric by Coleman Goetz and Alfred Bryan, music by Joe Rosey -- If all the girls were good little girls (wouldn’t it be too bad) / words by Grant Clarke, music byWalter Donaldson -- I’m always falling in love with the other fellow’s girl / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- I’m lonesome just for you / words by Clarence J. Dunston, music by E.S.S. Huntington -- I’ll never love again = La borrachita / English lyric by Al Stewart, Spanish lyric and music by Ignacio Fernandez Esperon (Tata Nacho) -- June I love no one but you / by Art Hickman and Ben Black -- Just a cottage small (by a waterfall) / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by James F. Hanley -- Mavis (Bring her back to me) / words by Ivan Reid, melody by Peter De Rose -- The moan / words and music by James L. Shearer -- Moonlight in Alohaland / by Homer Homars -- My budding Rose / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Jos. Cooper -- Mumsey / by L. Wolfe Gilbert, Jos. Cooper and Darl MacBoyle -- No one but you / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- No wonder I’m blue / swords by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- Oh you, Babe Ruth! / words by Wm. V. Hart, music by Ed. G. Nelson -- Old pal why don’t you answer me? / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by M.K. Jerome -- Please / lyrics by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts -- Pretty Kitty Kelly / by Harry Pease and Ed. G. Nelson -- El relicario = Le reliquaire / paroles francaises de Lucien Boyeer and Perre Chapelle, musique du Jose Padilla -- Rock-a-bye lullabye mammy / words by Grant Clarke, music by Walter Donaldson -- Rosie make it rosy for me / lyric by Grant Clarke, music by J.L. Merkur -- Sal-o-may (Salome) / lyric by Bartley Costello, music by Robert Stolz -- Shimmy-nods from Chaminade / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Jean Schwartz -- Sudan / words by Ed. Rose, music by Lew Pollack -- That naughty waltz / lyric by Edwin Stanley, music by Sol P. Levy -- There’ll never be a League of Nations without Ireland / lyric by Henry Marcus, music by Raymond Walker -- Tired of me / words by Grant Clarke, music by Walter Donaldson -- To tell you all / words by P.J. O’Reilly, music by Henry Geehl -- Through the shadows to your heart / words by Ed. Lockton, music by Frederick Drummond -- Wee gee (Ouija) / words by William Jerome, msuci by Harry Von Tilzer -- When I looked in your wonderful eyes / lyric by A. Stanley Dunkerley, music by Nat Osborne -- Whispering / lyricv by Malvin Schonberger, music by John Schonberger -- Who’ll take the place of Mary? / by Al Dubin, Clarence Gaskill and Harry Mayo -- Why is Romany so many miles away / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- You used to love me (Don’t you love me no more) / words and music by Murry Voelk.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 20
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 20.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1920.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 20