American popular songs, 1895-1973
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 25.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], 1924.
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- Popular songs for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
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- P.S. 1924 series 3: Abie (stop saying maybe) / words by Jo Swerling, music by Arthur Johnston and George Holland -- Adoration waltz / lyric by A.F. Otis and C. Romano, music by P. Magine -- After all I adore you / by Lou Herscher and Art Coogan -- Antoinette / by Phil Baker and Eddie Conrad -- Any old time at all / words and music by Dave Ringle -- Any way the wind blows / words by Henry Creamer, music by James F. Hanley -- Archibald / words by Mort Dixon, music by Robert King and Ray Henderson -- At the end of the road / lyric by Ballard MacDonald, music by James F. Hanley -- Back where the daffodils grow / by Walter Donaldson -- Beautiful heaven (Cielito lindo) / words by M. Revlisandas, I. Revlisandas, [music] by I. Revlisandas -- Neath the summer moon / words and music by Anthony Musorofite and Lou H. Alfred -- Broken dreams / [by] Saul Crone, Nelson Chon, Frank Westphal -- By a mountain stream / by Charles Scheib and Billy Bernard -- Can you bring back the heart I gave you? / words by William R. Clay, music by Chas. J. Johnson -- C.O.D. (Cash on delivery) / by Sidney Easton -- Charleston cabin / lyric by Sidney Holden, music by Roy Reber -- Cheer up the old folks at home / lyrics by Sidney D. Mitchell and Hal Parker, music by Lew Pollack -- Clementine / words and music by Nacio Herb Brown -- Country boy / lyrics by Richard Jerome, music by Walter Donaldson -- Dear little home of my dreams / lyric by Wm. B. Davidson, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Deep in my heart / words by Dorothy Terriss, music by Moe Schenck -- Dream girl / words by Oliver Morosco, music by Victor Schertzinger -- Dreary weather / by Clay Boland & Frank Winegar -- Ev’rything you do / words by Walter Hirsch, music by Abe Olman -- Ghosts of the blues / by Tim Brymn, Sidney Bechet -- Glad / lyric by Benny Davis, music by James F. Hanley -- Glad eyes / lyric by Arthur Coleman, music by Eugene Herbert -- Go your way and I’ll go mine / lyric by Harry D. Kerr, music by Chris Schonberg -- Helen Maria / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- Honest and truly / words & music by Fred Rose, revised version by Leo Wood -- I’m scared to death to hold my breath under the water / by Lew Brown, Ray Henderson and Albert Von Tilzer -- I must have company / words by Gus Kahn, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- I’ll see you in my dreams / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- I wonder dear (will time give me you to hold?) / words by S. Armithine Latimer, music by Peter E. Browne -- I wonder what’s become of Sally? / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- I’d love you all over again / words by Nat Miles, music by Al. G. Tabet -- If you don’t want me stop doggin’ me ‘round / by Van Arman and Elmer Hughes -- In Shadowland / words by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Ruth Brooks and Fred E. Ahlert -- In the evening / by Walter Donaldson -- In the garden of to-morrow / words by Geo. Graffe Jr., music by Jessie L. Deppen -- Indian love call [from Rose Marie] / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Rudolf Friml -- It couldn’t be me / words and music by Elmer Olson and Vernon Stevens -- It was only a dream / words by Billy Rose, music by Ray Henderson -- June brought the roses / words by Ralph Stanley, music by John Openshaw -- June night (Just give me a June night the moonlight and you) / lyric by Cliff Friend, music by Abel Baer -- Just as the day is done / words & music by Clyde Keutzer -- King Tut (was nothing else but the Sheik of Egyptland) / words and music by Billy Pierce -- Lonesome (as can be) / by Brooke Johns -- Mishawaka blues / by Fred Rose, Al Short and Charley Straight -- Moana chimes / words by Bartley Costello, music by Otto Motzan -- Moonlight and you / Art Sizemore, Dan Russo & John Alden -- My love / words by Annelu Burns, music by George H. Gartlan -- My next door neighbor / words by Jack Meskill and Ed Rose, music by Al Sherman and Marty Bloom -- Nightingale / by James Brockman -- No other one but you / lyrics by Martha Louis Wells, music by Jeannette Tourneur -- Nobody knows what a red-head mamma can do / by Irving Mills, Al Dubin and Sammy Fain -- Nobody loves me but my mother / words and music by William Russell, Edward Herbert, arr. by Eugene Platzman -- Nobody loves you like I do / words and music by Benny Davis & Harry Akst -- Oh, how I miss you to-night / by Benny Davis, Joe Burke and Mark Fisher -- Oh! Promise / words by Jesse G.M. Click, music by Irving M. Wilson and Art Landry -- Oh you can’t fool an old hoss fly / by Blanche Franklyn, Nat Vincent and Harry Von Tilzer -- The one I love belongs to somebody else / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- One of a million fools / by Joe Garren and Joe Basile -- Only a rose (in the street of gold and sorrow) / by George A. Little, E.E. Elder and Larry Shay -- The only only one (for me) / words by Bud Green, music by Jimmie Monaco and Harry Warren -- Oriental love dreams / lyric by Harry D. Kerr, music by Earl Burtnett and Henry Miller -- Rose Marie / lyric by B.G. De Sylva, music by Ray Henderson and Robert King -- The rose will bloom again / [lyric by] Edward Oxenford, [music by] Cuthbert Harris -- San’ man / words by Walter Hirsch, music by Ernie Golden -- Santa Claus blues / Charley Straight and Gus Kahn -- S-H-I-N-E / words by Cecil Mack and Lew Brown, music by Ford Dabney -- Spain / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- Susquehanna home / by Dave Ringle -- Sweet memories of Dixie / published by Laurence C. Jones -- Tell me radio / lyric by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Abner Silver -- There’s nobody else but you / by L. Wolfe Gilbert, arr. by Arthur Darvo -- Toot! Toot! Atlanta! / words & music by Frank W. Salley -- Underneath a sunny sky / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Arthur Gillen -- Until tomorrow = Hasta manana / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Al Hegbom and Egbert Van Alstyne -- Waiting for the dawn and you / words by Irving Caesar, music by Leo Edwards -- Waiting for you / by Katheryne E. Thompson -- Wandering one / lyric by Harry Mayo, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- West of the great divide / lyric by George Whiting, music by Ernest R. Ball -- When day is done / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Dr. Robert Katscher -- Where the dreamy Wabash flows / lyric by Cliff Friend, music by Abel Baer -- Whisper to the rose / words by Francis Wheeler and Harry B. Smith, music by Ted Snyder -- The wreck of the Southern Old 97 / words & music [by] Henry Whitter -- You know me Alabam’ / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager.
- P.S. 1924 series 4: Alice in Wonderland / by Irving Berlin -- With you / by Irving Berlin -- At the end of a winding lane / words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- Banana oil / words by Phil Cook, music by Tom Johnstone -- The basement blues / by W.C. Handy -- Because they all love you / words by Tommie Malie, music by Jack Little -- Blue evening blues / lyric by Fred Rose, music by Art Kahn and Vic Burton -- California here I come / by Al Jolson, Bud De Sylva and Joseph Meyer -- Carita / words by Helen Boardman Knox, [Spanish] translation by Juan Maximin, music by Ruth Rapoport -- Charley, my boy / by Gus Kahn & Ted Fiorito -- Choo-choo- (I gotta hurry home) / by Dave Ringle, Duke Ellington and Bob Schafer -- Dad / by Jerry Sullivan and Harry Geise -- Clearing house blues / by Sadie Honesty & Harry Webb -- Eili, Eili / English words by George D. Lottman, revised and edited by F. Henri Klickmann -- The end of the road / written and composed by William Dillon and Harry Lauder -- Express yourself / words by Rachel Crothers, music by John Eagan -- Fair Florida / words and music by Eleanor C. Reed -- Garden of romance / words by Ned Weber, music by Alfred Nathan -- Get yourself a broom and sweep your troubles away / words and music by Albert Von Tilzer, James Brockman & Billy Rose Gigolette / words by Dr. A.M. Willner, English version by Wm. Cary, music by Franz Lehar -- Gotta getta girl / words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- The grass is always greener (in the other fellow’s yard) / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- (What has become of) Hinky dinky parlay voo / by Al Dubin, Irving Mills, Jimmy McHugh & Irwin Dash -- Home alone blues / by John Holmes & Thomas Waller -- How come you do me like you do / Gene Austin and Roy Bergere -- I ain’t got nobody to love / words & music by Sam Coslow & Abner Silver -- I had someone else before I had you (and I’ll have someone after you’re gone) / lyric by Harry Harris, Joe Darcey, music by Jack Stanley -- I’ve a garden in Sweden / by Murphy, Owens and Lipton -- I picked the wrong one to love / words by Gus Kahn, music by Murray Bloom -- I want to be left alone / word by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- I’ll make the pies like mother made (If you’ll make the dough like dad) / lyric by Billy Curtis, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- I wonder what’s become of Sally? / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- I wonder who’s dancing with you tonight / lyric by Mort Dixon & Billy Rose, music by Ray Henderson -- If you love me as I love you / words & music by Robert E. Harty, Anthony Ciccone, S.J. Stocco, Paul Biese -- Insufficient sweetie / by Gil Wells & Isham Jones -- It happened on a summer’s night / by Herman Kahn & Nat Goldstein -- It’s sun up now / words and music by Eugene Lockhart -- It’s too late to leave me now / words by Helen McClay, music by B. Wilens -- Just a little bit of love / by Lou Davis & Henry Santly -- The last sweetheart of mine / by Jimmy Monaco & Cliff Friend -- Lazy / by Irving Berlin -- The letter edged in black / words and music by Hattie Nevada, edited by D. Savino -- Mama’s gone, good bye / words & music by Peter Bocage and A.J. Piron -- Mamie / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jack Shilkret -- Maria, mari! = Marie, ah, Marie! / versi di G. Russo, English version by Frederick H. Martens, musica del Cav. E. Di Capua -- The melody that made you mine / words by Cliff Friend, music by W.C. Polla -- Miss Liberty / lyric & music by L.B. Wilson -- Mobile blues / by Red Rose & Albert E. Short -- My gal don’t love me any more / lyric by Ben Russell, music by Cliff Friend -- My kid (to our kids) / by Al Dubin, Jimmy McHugh & Irwin Dash -- My papa doesn’t two-time no time / words and music by Walter Donaldson -- My sweetheart / by Gus Kahn, Larry Conley & Gene Rodemich -- My time is your time / words by Eric Little, music by Leo Dance -- Naughty mamzelle / words and music by Tom Martelle -- Never again / words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- Nobody loves me (just the way that I want to be loved) / words by Karyl Norman & Coleman Goetz, music by Karyl Norman & Bobbie Simonds -- Of all my wife’s relations (I love myself the best) / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Will R. Haskins -- Oh! how I wish I knew / by James Brockman & Pete Wendling -- Old familiar faces / words by Billy Rose, music by Gus Edwards -- Old Virginia moon / words by Gus Kahn, music by Jesse Crawford -- On my ukulele / by Lou Herscher, Mike Morris, Mitchell Parish -- Ray and his little Chevrolet / by Bernie Grossman, Jack Stanley, Billy baskette -- Santa Claus, that’s me! / poem and music by Wm. H. Heagney -- She loves me / by Lew Brown and Austin Egen -- Show me the way / words by Benny Davis, music by Ted Lewis and Frank Ross -- Snow ball / by Gus Kahn, Frank Galvin and Elliston Ames -- Some other day (some other girl) / words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- Step Henrietta / lyric by Bud De Sylva, music by Joseph Meyer -- Sweet little you / words and music by Irving M. Bibo and Fred Phillips -- Sweet onion time / by the Duncan Sisters and Sam Coslow -- Syncopated step / words and music by Fred Rose -- Take me / words by Billy Rose, music by Ray Henderson -- Tell me dreamy eyes / words by Gus Kahn, music by Phil Spitalny & Stubby Gordon -- (If you love me) Tell me with your eyes / words by Ed Rose, music by Harold Dellon -- Tell them you’re from Virginia / by Clyde Hager, Tom Bashaw & Jerry Sullivan -- (I’m gonna) Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! / words and music by B.G. De Sylva and Harry Woods -- Twenty-five years from now / by Al Bernard, Frank Ferrera, and Jimmy McHugh -- Ukulele blues / by Claude Lapham, May Singhi Breen, Samuel Kors -- Unfortunate blues / Henry Winston & Fred Hamm -- Walking down Broadway / words by Wm. Lingard, music by Chas. E. Pratt -- We’ll link his name with Lincoln / by William Jerome and J.F. Mahoney -- Weepin’ the blues / by Fred Rose & Albert E. Short -- When I was the dandy and you were the belle / words by Herman Ruby, music by Lou Handman and Dave Dreyer -- When the sun goes down / lyric and music by Arthur A. Penn -- Where is that old girl of mine? / words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- Where the lazy daisies grow / by Cliff Friend ….. -- Words / lyric by Al Dubin and Al. Tucker, music by Otis Spencer -- You’re just a flower from an old bouquet / words by Gwynne Denni, music by Lucien Denni -- You are too sweet for a dream / by Jack Nelson & Herbie Mintz.
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- *ZB-2491 reel 25
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 25.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], 1924.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 25