American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 33.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 33.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1928.
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- Popular songs chiefly for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
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- P.S. 1928, series 2 (A-L): Adoree / words and music by Eugene West -- After my laughter came tears / words by Roy Turk and Charles Tobias, music by Roy Turk -- All of the time / by Harry Woods -- Always the same, sweet pal / by Charles Weinberg and Billy Stone -- Anita / by Lew Pollack and Sidney Clare -- As you were / by Gertrude Heinmiller, Francis Casey & Harry Alexander -- Ashes of love / by lyric by Monty Siegel, music by Chas. Rosoff [partially mutilated] -- Aviation blues / words and music by Wesley Williams -- Because I know you’re mine / lyric by CHas. Derickson, music by Burton Brown -- Beloved / by Gus Kahn and Joe Sanders -- Butternut / by Harry Woods [lead sheet] -- Big hearted baby / words by Raymond B. Egan, music by Phil Phillips, arr. by Harry P. Guy -- The big rock candy mountains / words & music by Harry McClintock “Mac” -- Black and blue blues / by Charles Marsh and Bobby O’Brien -- Blue grass / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- The bum’s rush / words by Jack Waite, [music] by Benjamin Samberg -- The bum’s song / words by music [by] Harry McClintock “Mac” -- I’ve got the candy blues / by Helen Ardelle and John Dallavo -- Caressing you / words and music by Ray Klages, Mickie Alpert and Bernardo Fazioli -- Carolina moon / by Benny Davis & Joe Burke -- Chiquita / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Mabel Wayne -- A choir boy sings all alone to-night / by Jean Herbert, Bernard Maltin and Wm. Raskin; rearranged by Irving Bibo -- Choo choo train / words and music by Irene Beasley -- Collegiana / lyric by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh -- Come on, baby! / by Archie Gottler, Sidney Clare and Maceo Pinkard -- Comin’ home / words by Thekla Hollingsworth, music by Jessie L. Deppen -- Constantinople / words and music by Harry Carlton -- Lila / by Archie Gottler, Charles Tobias and Maceo Pinkard -- Coquette / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Carmen Lombardo and John W. Green -- The dance of the Blue Danube / by Fred Fisher ; piano score by Arthur Lange -- Dance of the paper dolls / by Johnny Tucker, Joe Schuster and John Siras -- Darling / by Frank Jenks, Les Poe and Johnny Petrone -- Dear when I met you / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Don’t be like that / by Archie Gottler, Charles Tobias and Maceo Pinkard -- Do you? That’s all I want to know! / words by Benée Russell & Jack Yellen, music by Henry Tobias and Harry Tobias [arrangement for vocal trio] -- Down where the sun goes down / by Isham Jones & Verne Buck, arr. by L.C. Hiatt -- Dream river / by Goe. Brown, arranged [for vocal quartet] by Bert Reed -- Etiquette blues / words and music by Gayle Grubb -- Everybody loves you / words by Al Dubin, music by Little Jack Little, arranged by Frank Skinner -- Ev’rything we like, we like alike / words and music by Sammy Fain & Monty Siegel -- Fashionette / words by Herb Magidson, music by Jack Glogau and Robert A. King -- Feel like a million! / words and music by Will Waldron -- Fleur de lis / words by Bud Green, music by Rube Bloom -- Foolin’ time / lyric by Edward R. Mitton, music by B.G. Hawkins -- Forever / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Forget the past / by Wm. J. Rietz -- From Monday on / by Harry Barris and Bing Crosby -- Get out and get under the moon / words by Chas. Tobias and William Jerome, music by Larry Shay -- Glorianna / by Lew Pollack and Sidney Clare -- Gypsy / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Matt Malneck and Frank Signorelli -- Happy days and lonely nights / words by Billy Rose, music by Fred Fisher -- Happy Go Lucky Lane / lyric by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Joseph Meyer -- Honey / words and music by Seymour Simons, Haven Gillespie and Richard A. Whiting -- The hour of parting = L’heure bleu / words by Marcellus Schiffer, English version by Gus Kahn, music by Mischa Spoliansky -- How about me? / by Irving Berlin -- I’m wild about horns on automobiles that go “ta-ta-ta-ta” / by Clarence Gaskill -- I’m writing you this little melody / by Anson Weeks -- Little mother / by Erno Rapée and Lew Pollack -- I can’t do without you / by Irving Berlin -- I found a rose / words and music by Lew Berk...and Johnny Tuc… [partially mutilated] -- I get the blues when it rains / words and music by Marcy Klauber and Harry Stoddard, arr. by Frank Skinner [1st violin part with cues] -- I lost my heart / words by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Maurie Rubens -- I never believed in lucky numbers / by Frazer, Mac, and Lennie -- I want you / by Charles K. Harris -- I’ll never ask for more / by Roy Turk & Fred E. Ahlert -- If I can’t have you / by Walter Donaldson [lead sheet] -- If you don’t love me / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- In our cottage of love / words by Bob Schafter, music by Frank Milne -- It was the dawn of love / words and music by Lou Davis and J. Fred Coots -- Jane / by Tom Ford and Irving Bibo -- The jazz singer / words by Al Dubin, music by James V. Monaco -- Jo-Anne / by Abner Silver, Maceo Pinkard and Joe Ward -- Just like a corner of heaven to me / words by Ballard MacDonald, music by Karl Stark and James F. Hanley -- Just like a dance program (of long ago) / by Lou Herscher, Don Rockwell and George A. Kelley -- Just a little sweeter (than the rest) / English version by S. Lerner, music by Franz Doelle -- Just a night for meditation / by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young and Lew Pollack -- Just across the street from heaven / words by Charles Newman & Harry Harris, music by Larry Shay -- Just another night / by Walter Donaldson -- King for a day / lyric by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Ted Fiorito -- Last night I dreamed you kissed me / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Carmen Lombardo -- Lazy mama / by Al Gifford & Len Gray -- Left all alone with my dreams / words by Maurice J. Gunsky, music by Al Sherman -- Look what you’ve done / by Lew Porter, Sam A. Perry, Harry Edelheit -- A love tale of Alsace Lorraine / by J. Fred Coots & Lou Davis -- Love’s first kiss / by Lew Porter, Sam A. Perry.
- P.S. 1928, series 2 (M-Z): Me and the man in the moon / words by Edgard Leslie, music by Jimmie Monaco -- Mem’ries (Golden memory days) / lyric by Henry M. Neely, music by Harold Sanford -- Memories of France / lyric by Al Dubin,m music by J. Russel Robinson [lead sheet, male quartet] -- Mistakes / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Horatio Nicholls -- Monna Vanna (Sweetheart sublime) / words by Al Dubin, music by Phil Boutelje -- Mother Goose parade / by Irving Bibo, Lew Breau & Maurice Sturm -- My blackbirds are bluebirds now / words by Irving Caesar, music by Cliff Friend’ -- My heart’s calling for you Elaine / by Johnny Tucker and Joe Schuster -- My inspiration is you / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Horatio Nicholls -- My Miami moon / words by Katherine Wexler, music by Lou Herscher and Billy Hays -- New Hampshire / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Mas Prival and Josephine McCormack -- Nothin’ on my mind (but the moonlight the starlight and you) / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- Oh! You have no idea / words by Phil Ponce, music by Dan Dougherty -- Old man Sunshine (Little boy Bluebird) / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Harry Warren -- One in a million like Mary / words by Ben Ryan, music by Fred Phillips and Prince Piotti -- One night of love / by Roy Turk and Lou Handman -- Oshkosh / by Dale Wimbrow -- Out of a clear blue sky / words by Dolph Singer, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Out of the heart of the sunrise / words by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Granville English’ -- Out of the tempest / by Edward Grossman and Ted Ward -- Outside / by Frank Flynn -- Peaceful harbor / by Jack Le Soir and Ray Doll’ -- Phi Delta Kappa sweetheart / words by Stark Paget & Harry Baxter, music by Stark Paget -- Querida = (Sweetheart) / words by Jose Valdez, music by Edward G. Simon -- Ten little miles from town / by Gus Kahn, Elmer Schoebel -- Remember me to Mary (if she still remembers me) / By Bud Green & Sam H. Stept -- Revenge / lyric by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Harry Akst -- Roll off’a my green / by Dale Wimbrow -- Roses of yesterday / by Irving Berlin -- Sally of my dreams / [by] William Kernell [lead sheet] -- Send for me / by Irving Bibo and Howard Johnson -- She didn’t say “yes”, she didn’t say “no”, shge only said “maybe” / by Ted Strong, Sam A. Perry & Lew Porter -- She’s a great, great girl / by Harry Woods -- She is so lovely / words by Benny Davis, music by Joe Burke -- She’s wonderful! / by Walter Donaldson and Gus Kahn -- Since you went away / lyric by Reuben C. Riddick, music by Lewis C. Smith -- Some little someone / words and music by Al Evans and E. Patton -- Some night when you’re lonely / by Benny Davis and Joe Burke -- Some sweet morning / words by Darl MacBoyle, music by James F,. Hanley and Will Hollander -- Someday somewhere (we’ll meet again) / lyric by Lew Pollack music by Erno Rapée -- Somewhere in Hawaii / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed G. Nelson -- The song I love / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Spring / [by] Fred Lillich -- Stairway of dreams / lyric by Gene Stone, melody by Adrian Mack -- Sugar babe I’m leaving / words by Sonny Clapp, music by Sol Lewis -- The sun is at my window (throwing kisses at me) / lyric by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by George W. Meyer -- Sunshine / by Irving Berlin -- Sweet Sue-just you / words by Will J. Harris, music by Victor Young -- Sweetheart I adore you = (Je vous adore) / by Abner Greenberg -- Sweethearts on parade / words by Charles Newman, music by Carmen Lombardo -- Tell me with you eyes / by Bernice Hendrix and Irving Bibo -- That look in your eyes / by Abner Greenberg -- To be forgotten / by Irving Berlin -- Together / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- West End blues / by Joe Oliver and Clarence Williams -- What a night for spooning / by Ballard MacDonald & Dave Dreyer -- Whatcha gonna do, do now / by Cliff Friend and Charles Tobias -- When / words by Andy Razaf and Bob Schafer, music by J.C. Johnson -- When summer is gone / words by Charles Harrison, music by Monte Wilhitte, arr. bhy Carleton L. Colby -- When you carry the torch / words & music by Harry Herschel -- Where the shy little violets grow / by Gus Kahn and Harry Warren -- Why do I care / by Tom Ford and Arthur Perkins -- Wob-a-ly walk / words by Bud Green, music by Harry Warren -- Yascha Michaeloffsky’s melody / by Irving Berlin -- You lied, I’ve cried / by Johnny Marvin and Irving Bibo -- You’re a real sweetheart / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Cliff Friend’ -- You’d rather forget than forgive / by Howard Johnson & Joe Davis.
- P.S. 1928 series 3 (A-K): All by yourself in the moolight / by Jay Wallis -- All nuts don’t grow on trees / nutty words and music by Marvin Smolev, Jerry Levine & Henry Fishbach -- Anything you say! / by Walter Donaldson -- Are you making a fool of me? / words by Tommy Malie and Ed Rose, music by Joe Verges -- Beside a lazy stream (all the world was mine) / words and music by Bud Cooper, Nick Lucas and Sam H. Stept -- Blue yodel / words and music by Jimmie Rodgers -- Bon soir cherie / lyric by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh -- Button up your overcoat / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Cheer song of Temple Sinai / [by] Cantor Ephraim Spivack -- Cherry / lyric by Ray Gilbert, music by Don Redman -- Crazy rhythm / words by Irving Caesar, music by Joseph Meyer and Roger Wolfe Kahn -- The dawn brought me love and you / lyric by Lynn Merrick, music by Richard Kountz -- The Democrats / words and music by Charles J. Lennox -- Don’t do that to the poor puss-cat / written and composed by Leslie Sarony & Frank Eyton -- Don’t spoil your pretty eyes with tears / words by Ed. Barbe and Richard Dewhurst, music by James Flora -- Why can’t you care? / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Joe Burke [lead sheet] -- Dream girl of Pi K.A. / words and music by Ernest Shields -- A garden in the rain / by Carroll Gibbons & James Dyrenforth -- Don’t send my boy to prison / by Con Conrad -- Sweet Ida joy [refrain loose; see after “Sunshine of joy”] -- Dream train / words by Charles Newman, music by Billy Baskette -- Dreaming away (to find a way) / lyric by S.A. Matter, music by Casper Nathan -- (Just a little bit o’) Driftwood / by Benny Davis, Dohl Davis, Abe Lyman -- Fate (It was fate when I first met you) / by Byron Gay -- Granny’s highland hame / written, composed and sung by Sandy MacFarlane -- Evenin’ / words by Richard A. Whiting, music by Neil Moret -- Ho-ho-ho-Hogan / by Johnny Tucker and Joe Schuster -- Honey-babee / by Frederick H. Martens and Lily Strickland -- The honeymoon kiss / by G. Pinsuli -- Honeymooning o’er the sea / words and music by I.H. Knowles -- Hon Herbert Hoover / words and music by D.B. De Waltoff -- We’re for Hoover and Curtis / by Albert Gould and Tom Shane -- How can I get it (when you keep on snatchin’ it back) / words & music by Spencer Williams -- ‘I can’t get enough of you / words and music by Sam Gold -- I did my drinking, when the drinking was good / words and music by James W. Blake, arranged by Noble McDonald -- I found you out when I found you in (somebody else’s arms) / [by] Charles O’Flynn & Phil Ponce -- I love to dance with you / words and music by Jack Bauer, Joseph Mayer, James F. Scott -- I saw you smile / by Al Lewis, Ernie Watson & Frank Winegar ; arr. by Eugene Platzman -- All because of you / by Henri Therrien, Bud Green and Sam H. Stept -- I still belong to you / by Sam Coslow ; piano arr. by Charles Maxwell Smith -- They landed over here from over there / by Tom Kennedy and J.O. Donovan [first past mutilated] -- I want a good man / by Herb Magidson, Michael H. Cleary and Spencer Williams -- I wish I could forget you / by Eugene West & Rube Wolf -- I wish I were back in my cradle / words and music by Ray Hibbeler -- If you want the rainbow (you must have the rain) / lyric by Billy Rose & Mort Dixon, music by Oscar Levant -- I’m playing hide and go seek / words and music by Bernie Grossman, Billy Moll and Arthur Sizemore -- In a little love-nest way up on the hill / by Johnny Tucker, Joe Schuster and John Siras -- Keep your chin up / words and music by R.M. Keller -- It’s tight like that / by Thomas Dorsey & Hudson Whittaker.
- P.S. 1928 series 3 (L-Z): Ladron? Ladron...ladron..= (The thief) / English lyrics by Carol Raven, Spanish lyrics by Cobian-Sepulveda, music by Carlos Cobian -- Laugh! Clown! Laugh! / lyric by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Ted Fiorito -- Lily Lou / by Sidney Mitchell and Russell Hird -- Lindbergh-the hero of the day / words by Jens T. Tennefoss, music by Chester Escher -- The little green valley / words and music by Carson J. Robison -- Loneliness / by Lew Pollack and Sidney Clare -- Lonely hearts / words by Walter P. Keogh, music by Bauer Bros. -- Love’s like a rosebud / [by] Frederick H. Martens and Oley Speaks -- Moonlight madness / by Lou Davis and J. Fred Coots -- My Blue Ridge Mountain queen / words and music by Clayton McMichen & Bert Layne -- My little honey and me / words and music by Norman P. Hackforth -- My honeymoon waltz / lyric by Jack Mahoney, music by Paul Renault, harmonized by Henri Weber -- Dusky stevedore / words by Andy Razaf, music by J.C. Johnson -- My powdered sugar / by Bert Keane, Gladys Rodgers & Harry Fox -- There’ll never be another you / words & music by Carl O. Bergner -- No need to tell me that you love me (I can see it in your eyes) / by Donald Heywood -- Oh! Ma-ma! (The butcher boy) / by Rudy Vallee and Paolo Citorello -- Our little dream / [by] Frederick H. Martens, Charles Wakefield Cadman -- Sentimental baby / words and music by Jack Palmer -- (I got a woman, crazy for me) She’s funny that way / words by Richard A. Whiting, music by Neil Moret -- From the sidewalks of New York to Washington [(He came from the sidewalks of New York) Let’s send him to Washington now] / theme by Evelyn Butler, words & music by Lee White & Jerry Alexander -- Sleep baby sleep / by Johnny Tucker and Joe Schuster -- Smiling skies / words by Walter Hirsch, music by Milton Samuels and Charley Straight, arr. by Carleton L. Colby -- Someone had to steal you away (before I knew I loved you) / words by Sam Coslow & Larry Spier, music by Harry Link -- Sunshine of roses / lyric by John Steel, music by M.K. Jerome -- Sweet Ida joy / words by Will J. Harris, music by Maurice Abrahams [verse; refrain located after song “Don’t send my boy to prison”] -- Sweet Lorraine / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Cliff Burwell -- Sweet memories of you / words by Jacques K. Pfann, music by Evelyn Prochaska -- Sweet Mignon / by Eugene Platzman, Spencer Williams & Larry Spier -- Sweetheart mine / words & music by Homer S. Ballard -- The sweetness of your song / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by John McLaughlin -- Take your tomorrow (and give me today) / words by Andy Razaf, music by J.C. Johnson -- Talkin’ to myself / by Nelson Ingham, Chas. Smith -- Tell her I’m sorry / by Abner Silver & Maceo Pinkard -- That brand new model of mine / words by Seymour Simons and Haven Gillespie, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Then came the dawn / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren -- There’ll never be another you / words & music by Carl O. Bergner -- The Toy-Town admiral / words by Fred Godfrey, music by Paul Andrew, American version by Gene Ford & Glenn -- They landed over here from over there / by Tom Kennedy and J.O. Donovan -- There is a happy land / lyrics by Sam. M. Lewis & Joe Young, music by Harry Akst -- Two lips (to kiss my cares away) / lyric by Billy Rose, music by Harry Warren -- Was it love? / words by Irving Caesar, music by Harry Rosenthal and Con Conrad -- Washboard blues / by Hoagy Carmichael and Fred B. Callahan -- Wear a hat with a silver lining / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Al Sherman -- Wednesday night waltz / by Spencer Williams -- We’ve got that in Kentucky too! / words and music by Harold Dixon -- When dawn comes stealing / [by] Anne-Marentze, George Roberts -- When love comes stealing / by Erno Rapée, Lew Pollack, Walter Hirsch -- When the sun goes down again / words and music by Carson J. Robison -- When you’re smiling (the whole world smiles with you) / Mark Fisher, Joe Goodwin & Larry Shay -- Who’s that man? / words by Agnes Castleton, music by Spencer Williams and W.C. Handy -- Would you care? / words & music by Chas. K. Harris -- Wreath of heaven (Lei lani) / by Billy Heagney -- You can’t keep a good man down / words and music by Michael Flanagan, arr. by Wm. Fred Ruben -- You lied I cried / by Johnny Marvin and Irving Bibo -- You, my beloved / [by] Marschal-Loepke -- You wanted someone to play with (I wanted someone to love) / by George B. McConnell, Nat Osborne, Frank Capano and Margie Morris [partially mutilated] -- You’re just a bit of everything I love / by J.C. Flippen, Mack Gordon, Geo. D. Wiest.
- P.S. 1928 series 4: Manhattan serenade / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Louis Alter -- Papierene kinder = Children on paper only / words by Morris Rund, music by David Meyerowitz, arranged by Jack Kammen.
- Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 33
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 33.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1928.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 33