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American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 23.

American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 23.
[Various places] : [various publishers], 1924.

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reel 23: 1922-1923TextUse in library *ZB-2491 reel 23: 1922-1923Performing Arts Research Collections - Music


1 microfilm reel.
  • Popular songs for voice and piano.
  • Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
  • P.S. 1922 series 2: After every party / words and music by Arthur Freed & Earl Burtnett -- All for the love of Mike / by Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson and Harry Tobias -- All over you / lyric by Harry Richman, Alfred Bryan, melody by Kendis & Brockman -- L’amour-toujours-l’amour (Love everlasting) / words by Catherine Chisholm Cushing, music by Rudolf Friml -- Arabian moon / words and music by Chas. F. Harrison and Fred R. Weaver -- Atta baby / words by William Tracey, music by Halsey K. Mohr -- The bad little boys aren’t goody-good to the goody-good little girls / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Be cheery dearie / by Sym Winkel -- Burning sands / lyric by Jack Meskill, melody by D. Onivas -- Carolina mammy / by Billy James -- Cigarette / lyric by Guy J. Sampsel, music by Don Mathews -- Crinoline days / by Irving Berlin -- Don’t leave me mammy / lyric by Benny Davis and B.G. De Sylva, music by Con Conrad and Henry W. Santly -- Don’t stop playing it / by Billy Baskette and Jack Denny -- Down the winding road of dreams / lyric by Margaret Cantrell, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Every Wednesday night / words by Cliff Friend, music by Abe Olman -- Faded love letters (of mine) / lyric by Richard W. Pascoe, music by Luella Lockwood Moore and Will E. Dulmage -- Flowers of Araby / words & music by Richard Cherkasky, Lucien Schmit and Lou Davis -- Foolish wives / by Jack Stern, Clarence J. Marks & Norah Lee Haymond -- For the sake of Auld lang syne / lyric by George Graff Jr. and Annelu Burns, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Forgive me (For I can’t forget) / words and music by Lou Davis and Harry Richman -- Forgotten / [by] Flora Wulschner and Eugene Cowles -- Honeymoon time / by William F. Caesar and Irving Weill -- I’m happy / by Walter Hirsch, Victor Arden and George H. Green -- I’m just a little blue (For you) / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- I’m living a life of shadows (Bring back the sunshine to me) / by Wm. Witol -- I gave you up just before you threw me down / by Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby and Fred E. Ahlert -- (I’ve got the) Lovesick blues / by Irving Mills and Cliff Friend -- I’ll build a bungalow / words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Herbert Stothart -- I’ll give you back your kisses (If you’ll give me back my heart) / words by Harry Pease and Irving Bibo, music by Ed G. Nelson and Ira Schuster -- In my dream of you / lyric by Harry Waxman and M.K. Roberts, music by Vincent Dattilo -- In old Loveland / words and music by Chas. Harrison, Will. Harrison -- It’s a wonderful world after all / by Newton Alexander -- It won’t be long now / words & music by Sturt Steese -- Italian moon / lyric by Bob Causer, melody by Harold Dixon -- I want to be loved like a baby / words & music by William Witol -- I was more than lucky when I found you / lyric by Bert Fitzgibbon, music by Lew Fitzgibbon -- Joline (Jo-leen) / by Willard Robinson -- Kiss mama, kiss papa / lyric by Al Herman, music by Geo. Fairman -- Love in the springtime / words by Elsie Janis, music by Geo. S. Hirst -- Mary Ann / words by Hale Byers & B.G. De Sylva, music by Earnest Golden -- Midsummer night blues / by Joe Burke & Lou Herscher -- Oh, what a mother I had! / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- October twilight / music by Henry Hadley, words and musical adaptation by Guy Wood -- On the ‘Gin ‘Gin ‘Ginny shore / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Walter Donaldson -- One sweet smile / [by] Jack Stanley and Charles Jordan -- Open your arms my Alabamy / words by Sam M. Lewis & JOe Young, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Pal of all pals / words and music by D. Townsend Lehring -- Parade of the wooden soldiers / music by Leon Jessel, arranged by J. Bodewalt Lampe -- Pick me up and lay me down in dear old Dixieland / by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby -- Red moon / words by John Traver, new lyric by Lew Brown, music by Henri de Martini, Max Kortlander -- Rose of the Rio Grande / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Harry Warren & Ross Gorman -- Say it with diamonds / by Elmer Olson -- Susan / lyric by Vaughn De Leath and Harold Burg, music by Vaughn De Leath -- Swanee smiles / words & music by Ring-Hager -- Sweet memories / words by Jas. Dowdall, music by Phil Duckman -- The sweetest rose of all / lyric by O. Abbey, music by Wm. Witol -- Ta-ta / lyric by Sidney Clare, music by Archie Gottler -- Teddy bear (blues) / words and music by James H. Jackson -- Titina / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Leo Daniderff -- Vamp me (and I’ll vamp you) / by Byron Gay -- Waltzing the blues / by Clarence Gaskill -- ‘Way down younder in New Orleans / by Creamer and Layton -- When eyes meet eyes, when lips meet lips (When two hearts beat as one) / lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- When will I know? / lyric by Jim Brennen, music by Gus Nager -- When winter comes (Spring is not so far behind) / by Harry Carroll and Arthur Freed -- Who did you fool after all? / words & music by Van & Schenck and Johnny S. Black -- Who tied the can on the old dog’s tail? / by Mike Fitzpatrick -- You gave me your heart / words by Harry B. Smith and Francis Wheeler, music by Ted Snyder -- You know how ‘tis! / lyric & music by Arthur A. Penn -- You’ll be sorry that you made me cry / words by Neville Fleeson, music by Albert Von Tilzer, arr. by Harrison Hall.
  • P.S. 1922 series 3: Bow wow blues (My mama treat me like a dog) / by Cliff Friend and Nat OSborne -- Edelweiss Rose / words and music by Trafton McBride and Lawrence Ames -- Honey bee / words and music by Charles E. Perkins -- In the land of summer time / words and music by Charles E. Perkins -- ‘Tain’t nobody’s biz-ness if I do / by Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins -- Kiss mama, kiss papa / words by Al Herman, music by Geo. Fairman -- Loose feet / words and music by Spencer WIlliams -- Louisian’ / by Jack Meskill, Lew Daly and Norman Spencer -- (When you and I were young) Maggie blues / by Jack Frost and Jimmy McHugh -- Murmuring / lyrics by Benny Davis, music by Abner Silver -- My Dixie / lyric by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Maceo Pinkard -- My little nest of heavenly blue = Hab’ ein blaues Himmlbett! : from the operette Frasquita / German text by A.M. Willner & H. Reichert, English version by Sigmund Spaeth, music by Franz Lehar -- Old fashioned girl (in a gingham gown) / by Al Jolson -- On the Alamo / words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- Oogie oogie wa wa / lyric by Grant Clarke & Edgar Leslie, music by Archie Gottler -- Pa / words by Herbert J. Dotterweich, music by Harold J. Quinn -- Send back my honeyman / lyrics by Henry Creamer, music by Lou Handman -- Somebody stole my gal / by Leo Wood -- (I’m always) Stuttering / lyric by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Maceo Pinkard -- Sweet Indiana home / by Walter Donaldson -- Thoughts / words by Haviland Wessells, music by George H. Gartlan -- Thru the night / lyric by Virginia K. Logan, music by Frederic Knight Logan -- Titina = Je cherche apres Titine / words by Bertal-Maubon and E. Ronn, music by Leo Daniderff -- (I’ll be in my Dixie home again) To-morrow / by Roy Turk and J. Russel Robinson -- Trot along (or, Can’t you hear those wedding bells?) / lyric by W.R. Williams, music by Clarence M. Jones -- When the lights go down in Chinatown / lyric by Alex Gerber, music by Lavin M. Franklin -- When you’re near / words and music by Al Sherman and Sam Coslow -- The White House in Washington and the white house in the lane / lyric by Alfred Bryan, words and music by Joseph E. Howard.
  • P.S. 1923 series 1: Ach! Louie! / by Fred Fisher -- Ain’t love a wonderful thing / lyric by King Zany, music by Roy Ingraham -- Ain’t you ashamed! / lyrics by Sidney D. Mitchell and Lew Brown, music by Seymour Simons -- ‘N that’s better / by Charles Tobias and Louis Breau -- Annabelle / words by Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson -- Arabianna / lyric by Val Howland, music by Fisher THompson -- Barney Google / by Billy Rose & Con Conrad -- Bebe / words by Sam Coslow, music by Abner Silver -- Beside a babbling brook / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- Blue hoosier blues / by Cliff Friend, Jack Meskill and Abel Baer -- Blue Rose / lyric by Arthur Coleman, music by Eugene Herbert -- Bonnie / lyric by Walter Hirsch, melody by Hugo Frey -- Bring back that old fashioned waltz / by Albert Hay Malotte -- Can’t you hear me calling / lyrics by Jack Meskill, melody by Max Prival -- Chansonette / words by Dailey Paskman, Sigmund Spaeth and Irving Caesar, music by Rudolf Friml -- Cheer up! Cheer up! Cheer up! (For to-morrow’s another day) / words by Earl Roman, music by Ed Ward -- Chirpin’ the blues / by Alberta Hunter and Lovie Austin -- Cielito lindo = Beautiful heaven, or Heavenly lover / translation adapted by Neil C. Wilson, [music by] C. Fernandez -- Cla-wene (Don’t tweat me so wuff) /. by Joe Manuel, Mack Henshaw and Harry Jentes -- The clock is playing! = De Klok speelt / text by Darl MacBoyle, music by Pierre Blaauw and Robert King -- Counterfeit Bill (From Louisville) / words by Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson -- Cover me up with the sunshine of Virginia / words by Joe Young & Sam M. Lewis, music by Geo W. Meyer -- Covered wagon days / by Will Morrissey and Joe Burrowes -- Crying for you / words and music by Ned Miller & Chester Cohn -- Cuddle-uddle up / lyric by Maitchell Parish, melody by Eleanor Young, Harry D. Squires -- Cut yourself a piece of cake (and make yourself at home) / words and music by Billy James, revised by Theodore Morse, extra verses by Irving Bibo -- The dancer of the Nile / by Ed. Hurley and James F. Hanley -- Don’t waste your tears over me / words & music by A.J. Stasny -- Dream daddy / [by] Louis Herscher & George Keefer -- Dreams of India / by Percy Wenrich -- Everything is k.o. in K-Y / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- The flirt / words and music by Milt Hagen & Victor Nurnberg -- Foolish child / words by Jack Nelson, music by Lindsay McPhail and Roy Bargy -- For old time’s sake / lyric by E. Clinton Keithley, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Four o’clock blues / [by] Gus Horsley -- Glimpses of the moon / lyric by Phil Cook, music by Tom Johnstone, arrr. by Alfred Dalby -- Gone but still in my heart / words by Benton Ley, music by Lee David -- Good night / by Leo Wood, Irving Bibo and Con Conrad -- Grieving / words by Harry Meyerhoff, music by Joseph Solmon, Maurice Solmon -- Happy / words by Ray Sherwood, music by Margie Kelly -- He’s the talk of the whole darn town / by Billy Heagney & Bert Reed -- He’ll always be one of those guys / words by Jack Yellen and Billy Nosalg, music by Milford Capman -- Home in Pasadena / words by Clarke and Leslie, music by Harry Warren -- Honolulu blues / words by M.J. Gunsky, music by Nat Goldstein -- The house of David blues / by Elmer Schoebel, Billy Meyers and Irving Mills -- I’m feeling blue for Mammy Lou / lyric by Henry Creamer, music by Lew Pollack -- I’m sitting pretty in a pretty little city / words & music by Lou Davis, Abel Baer & Henry Santly -- I’m somebody nobody loves / by Benny Davis, Benton Ley and Harry Akst -- I cried for you / by Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim and Abe Lyman -- I dream of a castle in Spain / [by] Lee Davis, arr. by Louis Katzman -- I’ve got a cross-eyed pap (But he looks straight to me) lyric by King Zany & Billy Duval, music by Roy Ingraham, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus -- I’ve got a song for sale (That my sweetie turned down) / words and music by Jack Nelson -- I’ve got the YesQ we have no banana blues / words by Lew Brown, music by James F. Hanley and Robert King -- I love the girl who kisses (I hate the girl who don’t) / words by Mac J. Wolf, music by Alford Haden -- I love my chili bom bom / words by Cliff Friend, music by Walter Donaldson -- I never knew how much God gave to me / words by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- I still believe in you / music by Charles Chase, words by Andrew Sterling -- I’ll hop, skip and jump into my mammy’s arms / by Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson and Irving Bibo -- I’ll never stop loving you / by Karyl Norman and Jesse Greer -- I’ll take you home again, pal o’ mine / words by Claude Sacre, music by Harold Dixon -- If I knew you then as I know you now / by Lew Brown, Billy Joyce and James F. Hanley -- If the rest of the world don’t want you (Go back to mother and dad) / words by Alex Gerber, music by Dave Dreyer -- If you go, you’ll come back by and by / words by Henry Creamer, music by Lew Pollack -- In a covered wagon with you / by Ned Norworth and Harry Stover -- In a tent / by Ted Koehler, Frank Magine & Joe Lyons -- (No one knows what happens) IN the old arm chair / by Charles Tobias, Louis Breau and Harry Tobias -- Indiana moon / words by Benny Davis, music by Isham Jones -- It ain’t gonna rain no mo / by Wendell Hall -- It’s a man, ev’ry time, it’s a man / by Al Dubin, Jimmy McHugh and Irwin Dash.
  • P.S. 1923 series 1 [continued]: Just a feather from the wings of an angel / written by Jimmie Shea and Eli Dawson -- Just a girl that men forget / by Al Dubin, Fred Rath and Joe Garren -- Just one more chance / words by Jack Rose, music by Jimmy Steiger -- Kiss me / by Joe McKiernan and Jack Shilkret -- Kiss me with your eyes / lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, music by Herbert Spencer -- Last night on the back porch (I loved her best of all) / kby Lew Brown and Carl Schraubstader -- Linger awhile = Reste encore un peu / words by Harry Owens, French words by R. Brisson, music by Vincent Rose -- Littl boy / lyric by Raymond Klages, music by Billy Fazioli -- Little Rover (Don’t forget to come back home) / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- Lost little sister / story by Alonzo Govern, melody by Babe Thompson -- Louisville Lou / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Love is just a flower / lyric by Hal Billings, music by Chris Schonberg and Abe Lyman -- Love tales / words by Ben Ryan, music by Vincent Rose -- Magic eyes / words by Lew Brown, music by Ted Fiorito -- Mamma goes where papa goes (Or papa don’tt go out to-night) / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Mammy’s little silver lining / by Jack Stanley and James JF. Hanley -- The Manhattan hymn / written and composed by Christopher Condie, arranged by J. M. Murphy -- Me no speak-a good English / by Harry Pease, Ed. G. Nelson and Moe Schenck -- Midnight Roses / lyric by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Lew Pollack -- Mindin’ my bus’ness / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- Minnie the mermaid / words and music by Bud De Sylva -- My brother’s coming with pineapples / words by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by lew Pollack -- My sweetie went away (She didn’t say where, when or why) / by Roy Turk and Lou Handman -- My thoughts are you / words by John Steel, music by CHarles Wakefield Cadman -- Nearer and dearer / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- No, no, Nora / words by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito & Ernie Erdman -- Nobody knows when you’re down and out / words and music by Jimmie Cox -- Not yet, Suzette! / [by] Sam Coslow & J. Fred Coots, arr. by Eugene Platzman -- Oh daddy blues (You won’t have no mamma at all) / words and music by Wm. Russell & Ed. Herbert, arranged by Wm. G. Still -- Oh! Didn’t it rain / words and music by Eddie Leonard -- Oh! Papa! (Please make John behave) / words and music by Dave Elman -- Onions bring mem’ries of you / words by David Barnett, music by Will Donaldson -- The only girl / by Ben Russell, Arnold Johnson and Emile Coleman -- Pal of my dreams / [by] Chas. E. Roat -- Papa better watch your step / words and music by Gilbert Wells and Bud Cooper -- Persian moon / words by C.L. Heathfield, music by John Fleming -- Queen of Egypt / words by Billy Colligan, music by Ferdie Grofe & Peter De Rose -- Rock me to sleep with my Virginia melody / by Joe Darcey, Bud Green and Ray Henderson -- Sahara moon / words and music by Dave Ringle & Harry Stover -- School day sweethearts / words and music by Glen Edwards -- She wouldn’t do (What OI asked her to) / by Sam Gottlieb, Phil Boutelje, Al Burt, lyrics revised by Sidney D. Mitchell -- Sittin’ in a corner / words by Gus Kahn, music by Geo W. Meyer -- Skies are dark when you’re away / lyric by Elizabeth McCabe Gilmore, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Sleep / words and music by Earl Lebieg -- A smile will go a long long way / by Benny Davis and Harry Akst -- Somebody else took you out of my arms (But they can’t take you out of my heart) / by Billy Rose and Con Conrad -- Somebody’s wrong / by Henry I. Marshall, Raymond B. Egan & Richard A. Whiting -- Somehow I’m always to blame / words & music by Roy B. Carson -- Somewhere in the world = Dans un coin du monde / words and music by Nat D. Ayer, French words by R. Beaudry -- Starlight bay / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- Stay home, little girl, stay home / by Lew Brown and James F. Hanley -- Steppin’ out / by John S. Howard & Con Conrad -- Sunshine of mine / by Jack Chapman, Harry Kelly & Art Beiner -- Swingin’ down the lane / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- That big blond mamma / by Billy Rose & James V. Monaco -- That old gang of mine / wordes by Billy Rose & Mort Dixon, music by Ray Henderson -- Tripping along (With you and me) / [by] Jerry Sullivan and Harry Hosford -- Tu sais = You know / French lyric by Jose de Berys and Jean Lenoir, English lyric by Louis Weslyn, music by Serge Walter & Eddie Ervande -- U.B. 4. me and I’ll B.4.U. / words and music by Irma Cay -- West Indies blues / by Edgar Dowell, Spencer Williams, Clarence Williams, arranged by Eugene Platzman -- When the clouds have vanished and skies are blue = Le solei fait refleurir l’amour / paroles de F. Restor, words by Wm. R. Clay, music by Chas. L. Johnson. -- When lights are low = On s’etait dit/ words and music by Gus Kahn, Ted Koehler and Ted Fiority, French words by R. Brisson -- When the gold turns to gray (You will be the same girl to me) / words by G.W. Eichert, music by Maurice Abrahams. -- When will the sun shine for me? / lyric by Benny Davis, music by Abner Silver -- When you speak cross to me / by Eddie Elliott, Billy Gedney & Walter M. Davis -- Whoa, Tillie, take your time / by Creamer & Layton -- Why should I weep about one sweetie (2-3 or 4 sweeties) / words by Henry Creamer, music by James F. Hanley -- Wonderful one / words by Dorothy Terriss, music by Paul Whiteman and Ferdie Grofe, adapted from a theme by Marshall Nielan -- Worried (I’m worried over you) / words by Gus Kahn, music by Vincent Rose. -- Yes! We have no bananas / by Frank Silver and Irving Cohn, version franccaise de Leon Chevalier -- You / words by Al Wohlman, music by Bud Cooper -- You are not easy to remember (But not so easy to forget) / words by Buddy Fields and Bobby Reed, music by Will Collins and Ed Cameron -- You’re going from no place to nowhere (When nobody’s waiting for you) / by Ted Healy and Dick Long -- You’re in Kentucky sure as you’re born / by George A. Little, Haven Gillespie & Larry Shay -- You can take me away from Dixie (But you can’t take Dixie from me) / words by Roger Lewis, music by Fred Rose -- You darling you / by James Brockman -- You’ve got to see mamma ev’ry night (Or you can’t see mamma at all) / by Billy Rose and Con Conrad.
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*ZB-2491 reel 23
American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 23.
[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 23
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