American popular songs, 1895-1973 reel 49.
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 49.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1938.
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- 1 microfilm reel.
- Popular songs chiefly for voice and piano.
- Titles in order of apperance on microfilm.
- Some items in poor condition (partially mutilated).
- Reproduction (note)
- P.S. 1938 series 2: A-tisket a-tasket / words and music by Ella Fitzgerald & Al Feldman -- Aline / words by Tot Seymour, music by Jack Marshard and David Dudley -- All ashore / by Billy Hill -- All of a sudden / words and music by Johnny Sacco, Andy Tocé and Dave Ringle -- Annabelle / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Wayne King and Burke Bivens -- At your beck and call / by Buck Ram & Eddie De Lange -- Bewildered / words by Leonard Whitcup, music by Teddy Powell -- The biggest aspidastra in the world / words and music by Jimmy Harper, Will E. Haines and Tommie Connor -- Blue skies are 'round the corner / [by] Ross Parker and Hughie Charles -- Bye bye Mister Dream Man / lyric by Archie Gottler, music by Jerome Gottler -- Cathedral in the pines / by Charles & Nick Kenny -- Come in out of the moon / words and music by Gilly Gaston, piano arrangement by Dell Lampe -- Daddy's boy / words and music by Grady Watts [partially mutilated] -- The devil is in me tonight / by Nola Arndt, Leo Robinson, Ray Knapp -- Don't wake up my heart / words and music by Sam M. Lewis, Geo. W. Meyer and Pete Wendling -- Do you know your A.B.C.? / lyrics by Irving Taylor, music by Vic Mizzy -- Do you wanna jump, children? / by Al Donahue, Jimmy Van Heusen, Willie Bryant, Victor Selsman -- Dream rendezvous / words and music by Dave Katz and George C. MacKinnon -- Falling star / words by Edward Heyman, music by Jack Rich and Al Vann -- La fiesta / words and music by Billy Bowie -- The flat foot floogee / words and music by Slim Gaillard, Slam Stewart, Bud Green -- (They fought and they fit) For Red Nellie's honour / words by Carl DeVries, music by Bob Miller -- The game is on! : national football anthem / words and music by William Gaston -- The gandy dancer / words & music by Joseph Meyer, Buddy Bernier, Bob Emmerich -- "Gone again" Corrigan / by Irving Mills, Ed Weiner and Josef Myrow -- Heart of mine / words and music by Edward Heyman, Chick Webb and Clarice François -- Heart to heart / words and music by Frank Luther, Jerry Kanner, Irving Miller -- Hold my hand / words by J.C. Johnson, music by Thomas "Fats" Waller -- How can we be wrong? / words by Al Stillman and Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- I'm falling for you / words and music by Joe Trafalgar Hubert and Clarence Williams -- I'm knitting a singlet for Cecil / [by] R.M. Mcleish -- I'm sorry I didn't say "I'm sorry" / lyric by Eddie Pola, music by Arthur Johnston -- I can tell by looking in your eyes / by Joseph E. Howard, Bob Randolph, Bob Howard and Bill Bird -- I love you truly with all my heart, dear / words by George Buyukas, music by Nicholas Hatziapostolou -- I miss you in the morning / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Joe Burke -- (I'm glad) I waited for you / words by Al Stillman, music by Al Jacobs -- I won't go home / words and music by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin -- I won't tell a soul (I love you) / by Ross Parker & Hughie Charles -- If I were you / lyric by Buddy Bernier, music by Bob Emmerich -- If it never happens again / by Arthur Fields, Fred Hall and Geo. Wiest -- If this is only the beginning / words and music by Billy Ternent -- In a beer garden waltzing with you / lyrics by Edward Heyman, music by John W. Green -- In the hush of the evening / words by Edward Heyman, musi by Sammy Kaye -- It's a lonely trail (When you're travelin' all alone) / words and music by Vaughn De Leath & Chas. & Nick Kenny -- It's a sad, sad Saturday night (Singing waiter's lament) / by Ben Gordon, Frank Hughes -- It looks like a cruller-doughnut? / lyric by Arthur Terker, music by Mike Riley -- It took a million years / by Larry Clinton and Billy Wolfe -- Just a kid named Joe / words by Mack David, music by Jerry Livingston -- Just an old birthday present (from an old sweetheart of mine) / by Will Heagney and Al Bernard -- Let me borrow an hour of to-morrow / words by Stanley Adams, music by Oscar Levant -- Love makes the waltz go 'round / words and music by Billy Gaston -- Love of my life (where are you?) / words and music by Teddy Powell & Leonard Whitcup -- Midnight on the trail / lyric by Bickley Reichner, music by Clay Boland -- Monday morning / [by] Frank Worrell -- Moon over the Rio Grande / words and music by Riche Morgan -- Must this be the end sweetheart / lyric by May Gardens, music by Jack Gardens -- My days are just an interlude / lyric by Lucille Coleman, music by Fred Motzer, arranged by Lewis Raymond -- My heart is my master / words by Edward Heyman, music by Frankie Masters and James Blade -- My heaven in the pines / words by Jimmy Campbell, Maurice Sigler, music by Con Conrad -- My little road / words and music by Harry Woods -- My love affair is falling down (London Bridge) / by Arthur Jones and Irving Mills -- My one love / words and music by Mac Washington -- Neglected / words and music by Johnny Marks and Joe Davis -- Never felt better, never had less / words and music by Abel Baer and Cliff Hess -- Never treat a right gal wrong / words and music by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenheim, Ira Schuster -- The new swing alphabet / by John Horsley -- No wonder / words and music by Buddy Bernier and Bob Emmerich -- Our sweetheart bay / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Al Gumble -- On the bumpy road to love / by Al Hoffman, Al Lewis, Murray Mencher -- Ooooo-oh boom! / by Mike Riley -- Piano tuner man / words by Jack Ross, music by Vernon Duke -- Pitter patter in my heart / lyrics by Peggie McAllister, music by Geo. Beals -- Please be kind / words and music by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin -- Please come out of your dream / words and music by Carl Sigman -- Rain on the pane / words and music by Harry Woods -- Red skies in the night / words and music by Art Noel, Don Hart and Ross Parker -- Ribbons and roses / words and music by Sam M. Lewis, Geo. W. Meyer, and Pete Wendling -- Rosie the Redskin / words by Al Stillman, musicc by Al Jacobs -- Simple and sweet / lyric by Bud Green, music by Abel Baer -- So little time (so much to do) / words by Billy Hill, music by Peter De Rose -- So you left me for the leader of a swing band / lyric by Archie Gottler, music by Harry Kogen -- Something tells me / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren -- Spinnin' the web / words by J.C. Johnson, music by Chick Webb and Ella Fitzgerald -- Stepping out / [by] Ralph Reader -- Swanee School of Swing / by Bob Schafer, Dunc Peckham and tom Fowler -- Sweet Hawaiian chimes / by Lani McIntire, Geo. B. McConnell and Dick Sanford -- The sweetest song in the world / words and music by Harry Parr-Davies -- There's a brand new picture in my picture frame / words and music by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin -- There's a little bit of Irish in us all / words and music by Marjorie Harper, Carrick Douglas and Fred Patrick -- There's a moon on the mountain / words and music by Richard Byron & Jerome Jerome -- There's a ranch in the Rockies / by Ted Fiorito, Darrell Upp and Bud Green -- This is a happy little ditty : from the film Just around the corner / lyric by Walter Bullock, music by Harold Spina -- This is madness (to love like this) / lyric by Eddie De Lange, music by Jimmy Van Heusen -- Tu-li-tulip time / words byJack Lawrnece, Spanish lyrics by Maria Grever,. music by Maria Grever -- Wacky dust / lyric by Stanley Adams, music by Oscar Levant -- Wait until my heart finds out / words and music by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin -- Walkin' through Mockin' Bird Lane / by Lowell Peters, Clarence Jones and James Cavanaugh -- What did you do last night / words by Mickey Stoner and Stan Shaw, music by Harold Green -- (Oh! Oh!) What do you know about love? / words by mack David, music by Jerry Livingston -- Whatever it is I'm against it / words by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Ruby -- When the moon bids the sun goodnight / words by ken Hecht and Sid Bass, music by Basil Ziegler and Lou Shank -- While a cigarette was burning / by Charles and Nick Kenny -- Whoa! Hold dat mule! / words and music by Mary Schaeffer -- Why doesn't somebody tell me these things? / by Jimmy Eaton and Terry Shand -- You're the only star (in my blue heaven) / by Gene Autry -- You can't be mine (and someone else's too) / words by J.C. Johnson & Chick Webb, music by J.C. Johnson -- You can't win / by Arthur Fields, Fred Hall and George Wiest -- You were only romancing / words & music by Sam Coslow.
- P.S. 1938, series 3: After looking at you / words and music by Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart, Manny Kurtz -- Among thsoe sailing / words and music by Nat Simon, Al Stillman, Roy Newell -- Any time at all / by Jimmy Van Heusen and Jimmy Dorsey -- At the swing cats ball / words and music by Luis Russell an William Campbell, piano arr. by Harold Potter -- Bambina / words and music by Serge Walter, Larry Spier and Al Stillman -- Beside the bayou waters / lyric by Marjorie Harper, music by Granville English -- Boom / words by E. Ray Goetz, music and French lyric by Charles Trenet -- The chestnut tree ('Neath the spreading chestnut tree) / by Jimmy Kennedy, Tommie Connor and Hamilton Kennedy -- Cinderella, stay in my arms / by Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr -- Come along my Mandy / written and composed by Tom Mellor, Alf J. Lawrence, Harry Gifford, American version by Nora Bayes, Jack Norworth -- The comback trail / by Lowell Peters and Clarence M. Jones, arr. by Lindsay McPhail -- Dream of me / lyric by Max Lief & Nathaniel Lief, music by Sholom Secunda -- Eight little notes / words by Charlie Tobias and Nelson Cogan, music by Sammy Fain -- Feelin' high and happy / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Rube Bloom [partially mutilated] -- Good-night, sweet dreams, good-night / lyric by Leonard Whitcup, music by Tedd Powell -- Have a heart / words and music by Mickey Rooney & Sidney Miller -- Have it your way, foolish heart / lyric by Irving Kahal, music by Anthony Lendi -- Home-cookin' mamma (with the fryin' pan) / words and music by Walter Bishop, Hazel Scott, E.P. La Freniere -- I'm glad for your sake (but I'm sorry for mine) / words and music by Peter Tinturin and Jack Lawrence -- I'm gonna lock my heart (and throw away the key) / by Jimmy Eaton and Terry Shand -- I can't face the music (without singin' the blues) / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Rube Bloom -- I dance alone : The shadow song / by James Shelton -- I found my yellow basket / words and music by Ella Fitzgerald and Chick Webb -- I've found myself (another baby) / by Wm. Campell, Luis Russell, E.P. La Freniere -- I haven't changed a thing / lyric by Henry Nemo,m Irving Mills, Mickey Goldsen, music by Henry Nemo, Irving Mills -- I let a song go out of my heart / words by Irving Mills, Henry Nemo and John Redmond, music by Duke Ellington -- I promise you / words and music by Samuel Lerner, Ben Oakland & Alice Faye -- I'll be dreaming of you all night / by Eddie Waters -- I'll never fail you / lyrics by Irving Taylor, music by Vic Mizzy -- I wish I had you / lyric by Bud Green and Albert Stillman, music by Claude Thornhill -- I wish I knew / words and music by Jerry Marlowe -- If I hadn't met you / by Sam M. Lewis, Abel Baer and Cliff Hess -- If it rains-who cares! / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Joe Burke -- If you were in my place (what would you do?) : from the 4th edition off The Cotton Club Parade / words by Irving Mills and Henry Nemo, music by Duke Ellington -- In the harbor of home, sweet home / words by C.M. Denison, music by A.J. Holmes -- Indiana moonlight / words and music by Joe Davis -- It's a low down dirty shame / by Ollie Shepard -- It's about time / words and music by Nat Simon, Ray Block, Roy Newell -- It's raining sunshine / lyric by Al Bryan and Mack David, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- It's you I want / by Paul McGrane and Al Stillman -- It serves you right / lyrics by Irving Taylor, music by Vic Mizzy -- Juliana / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Harry Tierney -- Just an error in the news / by Will Hudson, Henry Nemo & Irving Mills -- Killy-Ka-Lee / words by Mort Dixon, music by Jesse Greer -- Let's break the good news / words and music by Paul Denniker and Joe Davis -- Let's stop the clock / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by J. Fred Coots [partially mutilated] -- Listen to my lonely heart / words by Tot Seymour, music by Vee Lawnhurst -- Little lady make-believe / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- Lost and found / by Pinky Tomlin and Harry Tobias -- Love's a necessary thing / words by Ted Koehler, music by Harold Arlen -- (I'm afraid) The masquerade is over / lyric by Herb Magidson, music by Allie Wrubel -- Money, money, money / words by Paul Cunningham, music by Ernie Burnett -- The moon looks down and laughs / lyric by Bert Kalmar and Sid Silvers, music by Harry Ruby -- My reverie / by Larry Clinton, melody based on Claude Debussy' 'Reverie', French lyric by Yvette Baruch -- My sweet Swiss sweetie / words by Tot Seymour, music by Mabel Wayne -- Nami-nami-nami (Inamorata : Sweetheart) / by Josef Myrow, Irving Mills and John Redmond -- Naturally (Natch-ra-ly) / lyric by Joe McCarthy, music by Harry Barris -- New river train / by Lawrence Wilson -- Ola / words by Harold Sherman, music by William Ortmann -- Our memory waltz / by Jay Jones & Herbert Foote -- The paper-doll parade / words by Charlie Reynolds, music by Walt Michels -- Patty cake, patty cake (Baker man) / words and music by Andy Razaf, J.C. Johnson and Thomas "Fats" Waller -- Pavanne / words by Gladys Shelley, music by Morton Gould -- Plastered in Paris / lyric by Irving Mills, music by Franklyn Marks -- Poor Loulie Jean / by Willard Robison -- A pretty girl milking her cow / modern transcription by Al Donahue, arr. by Red Bone -- Rainbow 'round the moon / lyric by Billy Rose, music by Walter Donaldson -- The riddle song (What is it?) / by Al Hoffman, Al Lewis, Murray Mencher -- Rock it for me / words and music by Kay and Sue Werner -- Rockin' rollers' jubilee / words and music by Joe Davis -- A room with a view / lyric by Al Stillman, music by Einar Swan -- Shades of gray / lyric by Hal Davis, E.P. La Freniere, music by Walter Bishop, Floyd V. Morgan -- Shame! Shame! Everybody knows your game / words and music by Joe Davis -- She went to the well once to often (Oh, well! Oh, well! Oh, well!) / by John Redmond and Lee David -- Sissy / lyric by Irving Kahal, music by Louis Panico and Jack Fascinato -- So help me (If I don't love you) / words by Eddie De Lange, music by Jimmy Van Heusen -- So long as I have you / lyric by W.R. Williams and Charles Reynolds, music by Henri Gendron -- So lovely / words and music by Kim Gannon, Buddy Bernier and Bob Emmerich -- Stop! and reconsider / lyric by Stanley Adams, music by Larry Clinton -- Stop beatin' 'round the mulberry bush / lyric by Bickley Reichner, music by Clay Boland -- Sourdough Dan / by Dick Sanford, George Mysels, Sammy Mysels -- Summer souvenirs / words by Charles Newman, music by J. Fred Coots -- Suzanne / lyric by Archie Gottler, music by Harry Kogen and Henry Busse -- Tarzan / words by Fred Fisher, music by Charles Harold [lead sheet] -- Tee-um-tee-um-tee I, Ta-hi-ti / words and music by Howard Johnson, Ira Schuster, Teddy Powell -- Tell me with your kisses / words and music by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin -- That night in Avalon / lyric by Bert Kalmar and Sid Silvers, music by Harry Ruby -- There's a far away look in your eye / words by Irving Taylor, music by Vic Mizzy -- There's honey on the moon tonight / words by Haven Gillespie and Mack Davis, music by J. Fred Coots -- There's rain in my eyes / by Milton Ager, Joe McCarthy & Jean Schwartz -- There's something about a frankfurter / lyrics by Dave Ormont, Larry Spier, music by by Irving Fields, Murray Schwartz -- This time it's real / words and music by Walter Shivers, Buddy Bernier and Bob Emmerich -- Three blind mice (See how they swing) / words by Irving Taylor, music by Vic Mizzy -- The toffee apple song / words by Harry Tate & Graham Squiers, music by Tommy Steb -- Tutti frutti / words and music by Doris Fisher, "Slim" Gaillard -- The umbrella man / words and music by James Cavanaugh, Vincent rose and Larry Stock -- The weather-beaten whitewashed church / by W.R. Williams [partially mutilated] -- Wedding of Pocahontas / words by Martin Hickey, music by Larry Fotin, arranged by Bert Shefter -- What are you doin' tonight / by Pinky Tomlin and Harry Tobias -- When rhododendrons bloom again / by Bob Miller, Grace Justus, Scott MacLean [partially mutilated -- When the circus came to town / by Jimmy Eaton, Terry Shand and Julian Kay -- When they played the polka / words by Lou Holzer, music by Fabian Andre -- When twilight comes / words by Billy Hill, music by Peter De Rose -- Where the whippoorwills are calling / words by Rosia Huntley, music by Luther A. Clark -- Why'd ya make me fall in love / by Walter Donaldson -- You're an education / words by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren [partially mutilated] -- You're on the right side of the ocean / by Charles McCarthy, John Redmond, Bob Miller -- You're so desirable / words and music by Ray Noble -- You're the very last word in love / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Joe Burke -- You look good to me / lyric by Billy Rose, music by Walter Donaldson.
- P.S. 1938, series 4: All of my heart / words by Foster Carling, music by Clare Olmstead -- Baby-o, baby-o (Do that to me) / lyric by Al Stillman, music by Jimmy Dorsey, Toots Camarata and Bob Van Eps -- Behind those swinging doors (The doors swing in-the doors swing out) / words and music by Fleming Allan -- Pedro the cocktail shaker / words and music by Roy Newell, Sam Ward and Nat Simon -- The cross roads of the world / by Bob Carleton and Cliff Dixon -- Florida bound / words by Murray Jones, music by Len Fleming -- Funny little snowman / by Nick Kenny, Charles Kenny and Frank Perkins -- Georgia moonlight / words by Roy Thornton an Haven Gillespie -- Hi-yo, Silver! / by Vaughn De Leath and Jack Erickson -- Hot dog! That made him/her mad / lyric by Don Raye, music by Danny Barker -- If you dream a dream of me (I'll dream a dream of you) / words and music by Lolla Mont Gue -- Little Rock getaway / lyric by Carl Sigman, music by Joe Sullivan -- Mine for the taking (Sérénade Portugaise) / English words by Allan Roberts, French words and music by Charles Trenet -- Music, maestro, please! / words by Herb Magidson, music by Allie Wrubel -- My baby is in demand / words by Charles La Marca, music by Malven Olsen -- A new star shines in heaven / words by Chaw Mank, music by Luther A. Clark -- Oh love of mine / words by Dick Bullock, music by Leo Friedman -- Oh! My Anna (How she plays the old piana) / words by Frank J. Wisniewski, music by Bobby Gregory -- On a little street in Singapore / words by Billy Hill, music by Peter De Rose -- One look at you = (Ça fait boum!) / by George Sellers, E. Audiffred, Marc Cab & Tutelier, American lyric by Buddy Bernier -- The poet's prayer / words and music by Lura Love -- The poet's pledge / words and music by Lura Love -- Put another moon up in the sky / by Lolla Mont Gue & Fred Strasser -- Rhythm king / words and music by George Weiss -- Since the rich Mrs. Vandeveer has gone on relief / by Fred Hillebrand -- Song of Andalusia = (Andalucia) / English lyrics by Marjorie Harper, Spanish lyrics by Sergio Rojas, music by Vincent Sorey -- South Rampart Street parade / words by Steve Allen, music by Ray Bauduc and Bob Haggart -- Tahitian lullaby (Te himene Tahiti) / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Roger N. Fowler -- Take my advice / words by Anne H. Reiss, music by L. Lepold -- Too soon, cherie / words by Desmond Carter, music by Lao Silesu -- We, the people / words and music by Andy Razaf, Paul Denniker and Joe Davis -- The week end of a private secretary / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Bernie Hanighen [partially mutilated] -- When children pray / words and music by Beatrice Fenner -- When the circus came to town / by Jimmy Eaton, Terry Shand and Julian Kay -- Where has my little dog gone? / by Al Feldman -- Why did you leave me? / words and music by Robert M. Ellery -- You can't be mine (and someone else's too) / words by J.C. Johnson & Chick Webb, music by J.C. Johnson.
- P.S. 1938 series 5: Hi-yo, Silver! / by Vaughn De Leath and Jack Erickson -- Spring is here : from I married an angel / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers.
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- *ZB-2491 reel 49
- American popular songs, 1895-1973 [microform] : reel 49.
- [Various places] : [various publishers], ©1938.
- Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1991. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-31921)
- Research Call Number
- *ZB-2491 reel 49