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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 251.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 251.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1964-1965.

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reel 251 [1964 Dance-1965 Hurt]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 251 reel 251 [1964 Dance-1965 Hurt]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
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  • Primarily sheet music for voice with piano accompaniment; a few are lead sheets.
  • Target title.
  • Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
  • Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • 1964 [D-L]: Dancin' in the streets / words and music by William Stevenson, Marvin Gaye and Ivy Hunter -- Dancing on my tears / by Tony Senn and Tommy Stough -- Daniel Boone [from the television program "Daniel Boone"] / lyric by Vera Matson, music by Lionel Newman -- Dial AL 1-4883 / by Mark Dinning and Dolores D. Edgin -- A Dixie cup of sand / by John D. Loudermilk -- Don't come runing back to me / words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett -- Don't forget / words and mussic by David Hess and Vera Thorne -- Don't forget to cry / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- Don't worry baby / words by Brian Wilson, Roger Christian, Jay Siegel, Philip Margo, Henry Medress, Mitchell Margo, music by Brian Wilson and Roger Christian -- Don't you ever get tired (of hurting me) / words and music by Hank Cochran -- Downtown / words and music by Tony Hatch -- Crazy downtown / original words and music by Tony Hatch, new lyric version by Allan Sherman [text only] -- Dream doll / by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant -- Dream of him (and he'll come back to you) / by John D. Loudermilk -- (Empty walls) A lonely room / by Roy Orbison -- Everything's alright / by John D. Loudermilk -- An explanation / words by Walter Learned, music by Seymour Barab -- Fair is fair (official song of the New York World's Fair 1964-1965) / words and music by Richard Rodgers -- Fall away / by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant -- The fall of love [from the motion picture "The fall of the Roman empire"] / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Dimitri Tiomkin [2 copies] -- Fate is the hunter [from the motion picture "Fate is the hunter"] / lyric by Don Wolf, music by Jerry Goldsmith -- The ferris wheel / by Ronald Blackwell and Dewayne Blackwell -- Fire engine red / by Jay Rainwater and Jimmy Isle -- Fisherman's luck / by Doug Kershaw -- Forever for you / by Bob Montgomery -- Forever yours I remain / words by Hal David, music by Burt F. Bacharach -- Frankie you're a rat fink / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- Freedom land [from the song-play "Jerico-Jim Crow"] / words and music by Langston Hughes -- Funny world (Questi vent'anni miei) [from the motion picture "Malamondo"] / English lyric by Alan Brandt, Italian lyric by Francesco Torti and Guido Castaldo, music by Ennio Morricone -- The game of love / words and music by Clint Ballard J.r -- Goin' back to the Philippines / by Bob Gallion -- Goin' out of my head / words and music by Teddy Randazzo and Bobby Weinstein -- Gone, gone, gone (Done moved on) / by Phil and Don Everly -- Gonna get on the riverboat / by Jay Rainwater and Cecil Boykin -- Gooder than good / words by Opal and Ronald Blackwell, music by Ronald Blackwell -- Gotta get you near me blues / by Bob Montgomery -- Guitar lessons / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- The hammer / words by Lewis Allan, music by Alan Greene [lead sheet] -- Happy endings (are only for the movies) / words by Fred Tobias, music by Leon Carr -- Hapy new year / words and musicc by Vin Roddie -- Have I the right / words and music by Alan Blaikley, Howard Blaikley -- Hawaii / words and music by Eddie Suzuki -- Heartless heart / worrds by Norman Gimbel, music by Floyd Cramer -- Hello Amy / by Don Everly -- Hey-o-daddy-o / by Jay Turbow, Bob Finnicum and Larry Parks -- Hold what you've got / words and music by by Joe Tex [2 copies] -- Honeymoon hotel [from the motion picture "Honeymoon hotel"] / lyric by Sammy Cahn, music by James Van Heusen -- House of laughter / words and music by Stanley Jay Gelber -- The house of the rising sun / words and music by Alan Price [2 copies] -- I can give you love / words and music by Bobbi Martin -- I could cry / by Ruth Grahm and Lou Herscher -- I can't hear you no more / words and music by Gerry Goffin and Carole King -- Ida! Sweet as apple cider / words by Eddie Leonard, music by Eddie Munson -- I do / words and music by Johnny Paden, Frank Paden, Jessie Smith, Willie Stephenson and Melvin Mason -- I don't have the heart (to disagree) / by Bob Gallion and Earl Sinks -- I fell in love with your picture / words by Hal David, music by Burt F. Bacharach -- I lost my heart in a drive-in movie [from the motion picture "The patsy"] / words by Jack Brooks, music by David Raksin -- I love to dance with Annie / by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant -- I love to hear a banjo / by Abel Baer, Roy Smeeck and Betty Van Hasselt -- I only had two beers / by Frank B. Jones -- I saw my love fall today / by Frank Jones -- I trust you tommy / words by Earl Shuman, music by Laurence Stith -- I want you to love me / by Bob Montgomery and Earl Sinks -- I will not blow out the light / words and music by Lucy Roberts, Gloria Shayne -- I wish I were a Christmas treet / words and music by Ray Ravira, Eleanor Gless, Charlie Buck and Harry Stride -- I'd like to know you better / by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant -- If you should leave me (E se domani) / English lyric by Arthur Altman, Al Stillman, Italian lyric by G. Calabrese, music by C. A. Rossi -- I'll get over you / words and music by Herb Wiener, Sy Gottlieb, Gilbert Kennington -- I'll never bee the same / by Weldon Myrick and Ben Hall -- I'll never find another you / words and music by Tom Springfield -- I'll set my love to music (Voglio bene al mondo) (Theme from Mondo pazzo) [from the motion picture "Mondo pazzo"] / English lyric by Marian Grudeff and Ray Jessel, Italian lyric by Guido Castaldi and Franco Torti, music by Nino Oliveiero -- I'm all smiles / lyric by Herbert Martin, music by Michael Leonard -- I'm glad we fell in love / by Mark Dinning -- Imagine [from the motion picture "Flipper's new adventure"] / words and music by By Dunham and Henry Vars -- In the good old summer time / words by Ren Shields, music by George Evans -- Indian wedding / by Roy Orbison -- Irish as Irish can be / by Joseph P. Krenggel and Eileen M. Herbster, edited and arranged by Lou Herscher -- It hurts to be in love / words and music by Howard Greenfield and Helen Miller -- It's a cotton candy world [from the motion picture "Flipper's new adventure"] / words and music by By Dunham and Henry Vars -- It's been a long dry spell / by John D. Loudermilk -- It's over / by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees -- It's for you / by John Lennon and Paul McCartney -- It's such a silly notion / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- I've got the bluest feeling / by Frank B. Jones -- Jack and John / English words by Tony Hatch, original words by Maurice Vidalin, music by Petula Clark -- January / by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant -- Jesus knows our every need / by Dolph Hewitt [2 copies] -- Joanna's theme [from the motion picture "Diary of a bachelor"] / lyric by Earl Shuman, music by Jack Pleis -- John Goldfarb, please come home [from the motion picture "John Goldfarb, please come home"] / lyrics by Don Wolf, music by Johnny Williams -- Joy in the morning [from the motion picture "Joy in the morning"] / lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sammy Fain -- The July tree / lyric by Eve Merriam, music by Irma Jurist -- Just a step away / by Ronald Blackwell -- Just one kiss (Un bacio piccolissimo) / English lyric by Hal Shaper, original Italian lyric by G. Oranti, msuci by Gino Mescoli -- Just to satisfy you / words and music by Waylon Jennings and Don Bowman -- Justified / by Harold Graham, arranged by Wayne Hooper -- Kill him with kindness / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- King of the road / by Roger Miller -- The last song / by Bill Dees and Roy Orbison -- Let's lock the door (and throw away the key) / words and music by Roy Alfred and Wes Farrell -- Life will go on / by Ronald Blackwell -- Lilah / words and music by Lewis Allan [lead sheet] -- A little toy balloon / words and music by Bernice Ross and Lor Crane -- The loneliest night / by Louis Al and Marcus F. Mathis -- Lonely nightingale / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant and Dane B. and Del Bryant -- Looking for a good boy / by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant -- Lost without you / words and music by Marion Sunshine -- Louisa march [from the motion picture "What a way to go!"] / words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne -- A love that can't be / by Don Gibson -- Lullaby of love / by John D. Loudermilk.
  • 1964 [M-Z]: A maid me loved / words by Patrick Hannay, music by Seymour Barab -- The man from UNCLE (them from "The man from U.N.C.L.E") [from the television program "The man from U.N.C.L.E."] / lyric by Ernie Sheldon, music by Jerry Goldsmith -- Make believe it's me / by Ira Louvin -- Malinda / by Rusty and Doug Kershaw -- A man can never go back home / by Mickey Newbury -- A man needs a woman / by Boudleaux Bryant -- Mary is my little lamb / by Ronald Blackwell -- Monica (Love theme from "The carpetbaggers") [from the motion picture "The carpetbaggers"] / words by Earl Shuman, music by Elmer Bernstein -- The moon I'm in / music by Pete King, lyrics by Paul Francis Webster -- (My baby's got) A paper doll harem / by John D. Loudermilk -- My eyes don't cry no more tears for you / by Frank B. Jones -- My girl / by William Robinson and Ronald White -- My guy / words and music by William "Smokey" Robinson -- My guy/My girl / words and music by William "Smokey" Robinson/words and music by William Robinson and Ronald White -- My love, forgive me (Amore, scusami) / English lyric by Sydney Lee, Italian lyric by Vito Pallavicini, music by Gino Mescoli -- Nadine (is it you?) / words and music by Chuck Berry -- Next time [from the motion picture "The pleasure seekers"] / words by Sammy Cahn, music by James Van Heusen -- No tears for Johnny / words and music by Tom Springfield and Mike Hawker -- Oh, pretty woman / by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees -- The old coast road / by Ronald Blackwell -- Old George Dickel / by Boudleaux and Felice Bryant -- One by one the roses died (Motivo d'amore) / English lyric by Paul Vance and Eddie Snyder, original Italian lyric and music by Pino Donaggio -- Oowee, oowee / English words by Sid Robin, original words and music by Mona Donato, Bonnie Donato, Ron Andre -- Paper tiger / by John D. Loudermilk -- A patent on love / by Larry Henley and Jess Long -- Patricia / by Eddie Suzuki -- Pearly white / by Anna and Fred F. Carter Jr. -- The pleasure seekers [from the motion picture "The pleasure seekers"] / words by Sammy Cahn, music by James Van Heusen -- Theme from "The prize" [from the motion picture "The prize"] / lyric by Dorcas Cochran, music by Jerry Goldsmith -- The promised land / words and music by Chuck Berry -- Pushed in a corner / by Rudy Rivers -- Rest in peace / adaptation and lyrics by Martha Sola, Michael Stoner, arranged by Fred Norman -- Ring around my Rosie / by Ronald Blackwell -- Rio conchos [from the motion picture "Rio conchos"] / words by Bernie Wayne, music by Jerry Goldsmith -- River boy / by Fred F. Carter Jr. -- Robinson Crusoe on Mars [inspired by the motion picture "Robinson Crusoe on Mars"] / words by Earl Shuman, music by Leon Carr -- Rome will never leave you [from the television program "Dr. Kildare"] / words by Hal David, music by Burt F. Bacharach -- Should we do it? / by Bill Dees and Zack E. Watson -- Sing low sweet Harriet / by Jimmy Grier, Jules Loman, Lou Herscher -- Social call / by Basheer Qusim [lead sheet] -- Something to think about [from the motion picture "The pleasure seekers"] / words by Sammy Cahn, music by James Van Heusen -- Somehwere in your heart / words and music by Russell Faith and Clarence Kehner [2 copies] -- Soul serenade / words and music by Curtis Ousley and Luther Dixon -- The sound of silence / by Paul Simon -- Sparrow / by Paul Simon -- Stampede / music and lyrics by Peter La Farge -- Start the world spinning again / words by Fred Tobias, music by Paul Evans -- Stickin' up for my baby / by Jay Rainwater -- Stop th' music / by John D. Loudermilk -- Strong as a mountain / by Johnny Marks -- Take the bucket to the well / by Tommy Stough and Jay Rainwater -- Tangolita (Che me ne importa…a me) / English lyric by Sammy Gallop, original Italian lyric and musci by Domenico Modugno -- Tell her no / words and music by Rod Argent -- Tell us papa (Lequel des deuxs preferes-tu?) / original French text by Jacques Demarny, English lyric by Eddie Snyder and Larry Kusik, music by Jo Moutet -- Tannie / words by Adolf Wood, music by Stanley Glasser [lead sheet] -- Tears from out of nowhere / by John D. Loudermilk -- Tell her for me / by Joe Melson and Dan Folger -- Ten out of ten [from the television program "A song for Europe"] / by Leslie Bricusse -- Thank the devil for hideaways / by John D. Loudermilk -- That's a whole lotta love / by Fred F. Carter Jr. -- That's life / by Dean Kay and Kelly Gordon -- That's what I live for (Theme from the film "Bebo's girl") [from the motion picture "Bebo's girl"] / English lyric by Alan Brandt, music by Carlo Rustichelli -- Theme from "36 hours" (A heart must learn to cry) [from the motion picture "36 hours"] / lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, music by Dimitri Tiomkin -- There oughta be a law ('bout the stuff I saw) / by Louis Al and Marcus F. Mathis and Tres Redmon -- There won't be anymore / words and music by Charlie Rich -- There's no beating Keating / by Charles Tobias [lead sheet] -- There's no cocktail party in Washington tonight / by Bob Terry -- They'l love you / by John D. Loudermilk -- Things I'd like to say [from the motion picture "The golden head"] / words and music by Mitch Murray -- Thirteen inches on the map / by Ben Hall and Weldon Myrick -- This train / arr. by Wilma Lee Cooper -- Tiajuana / by Basheer Qusim [lead sheet] -- Today [from the motion picture "Advance to the rear"] / words and music by Randy Sparks [2 copies] -- Too many fish in the sea / words and music by Norman Whitfield and Eddie Holland -- Tough little buggy / by Dave Allen -- Tricks / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- Troubles / by Frank B. Jones -- True love never dies / by Joe Melson and Dan Folger -- Truly, truly, true (Tenkrat) / English words by Al Stillman, Arthur Altman, original words by Vladimir Rohlena, music by Dalibor Basler -- Un bel dì (Soon we'll see at daybreak) / English version by John Gutman, music by Giacomo Puccini -- Up to my knees in happiness (up to my heart in love) / by John D. Loudermilk -- Walk away / English lyric by Don Black, original ttext and music by Udo Jurgens -- Walking in the rain / by Barry Mann, Phil Spector and Cynthia Weil -- The wall / lyric by Joseph Auslander, music by Herman Hammerman -- Welcome homee / words and music by Gordon Jenkins -- What a way to go [from the motion picture "What a way to go!"] / words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne -- What can any man do? / by Ira Louvin -- What I'm needin' is you / by John D. Loudermilk -- What is different about today [from the television program "Dr. Kildare"] / lyric by Jerry McNeely, music by Harry Sukman -- What'll I do / by John D. Loudermilk -- When I made my decision / words and music by Johnny Lange -- (When I'm) away from you / words and music by Lee Morris -- Where in the world but Kansas / word and music by Bill and Doree Post -- Where love has gone [from the motion picture "Where love has gone"] / words by Sammy Cahn, music by James Van Heusen -- Where's Willie / by Boudleaux Bryant -- Who throwed that rock / by Ira Louvin -- The whole wordl looks to Hawaii / words and music by Larry Rivera -- Wildwood weed / words and music by Jim Stafford and Don Bowman -- Wish I could say no to syou / by Mickey Newbury -- Wonderful world of my dreams / by John D. Loudermilk -- Won'tcha show me around / by Ronald Blackwell -- The worst mistake / by John D. Loudermilk -- Yo te amo Maria / by Bill Dees and Roy Orbison -- You really know how to hurt a guy / by Bob Gallion -- You'll never really know / by Bill Dees -- You're jealous / by John D. Loudermilk -- You're my baby (and don't you forget itt) / words and music by Steve Venet, Pamela Sawyer and Helen Miller -- You're next / words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett [2 copies] -- You're the one I love / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- You've lost that lovin' feeling / words and music by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil and Phil Spector [2 copies] -- You've only got me to lose / by Ronald Blackwell.
  • 1965 [A-H]: Adeline; Anchusa Italica; Four Seasons; Little Blue Scooter / words and music by Daniel W. Herrman, Jr. -- After Court Tomorrow / by Frank B. Jones -- Ah, to Be Home Again [from the Broadway Musical "Pleasures and Palaces"] / by Frank Loesser -- Always Keep Me in Your Heart / words and music by Russell Faith -- Amanda [from the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Presentation "The Alphabet Murders"] / words by Norman Newell, music by Brian Fahey -- Another Go Around / words and music by Gloria Shayne and Noel Regney -- Any Way You Want Me / by Mickey Newbury -- Are You? / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- The Art of Love [Theme from the Ross Hunter Production "The Art of Love"] / Lyrics by Don Raye, music by Cy Coleman -- Ask and You Will Receive / by Stu Phillips -- Ball and Chain / words and music by Ed Rabbitt and Tricia Karr -- Beauty Is Only Skin Deep / words and music by Eddie Holland, Norman Whitfield -- Big Spender [from the Universal Pictures Film "Sweet Charity"] / Lyrics by Dorothy Fields, music by Cy Coleman -- Black Spurs / words by "By" Dunham, music by Jimmie Haskell -- Born a Woman / by Martha Sharp -- Call Me / words and music by Tony Hatch -- Candy Sue / words by W.H. Craig and Dab Murray, music by Ralph Siegel, Jr. -- Catch the Wind / words and music by Donovan -- The Cheater / words and music by John Krenski (AKA Mike Krenski) -- Christmas Cannonball / Michael Stoner -- Christmastime Medley / Michael Stoner -- The Cincinnati Kid / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Presents a Martin Ransohoff Production "The Cincinnati Kid" / Lyric by Dorcas Cochran, music by Lalo Schifrin -- The Clapping Song / words and music by Lincoln Chase -- Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion / words and music by Ray Stevens and Bob Tubert -- Come Back to Me / words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Burton Lane -- Come Back to Me / words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Burton Lane -- Come Home Gerty / by Jerry Strickland, Don Griffin, and Jimmy Jay -- Crawling Back / by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees -- Crosscut Saw / words and music by R.G. Ford -- The Dawn of Correction / words and music by John Madara, David White, Raymond Gilmore -- Day Tripper / words and music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney -- Dear Delight / Walter de la Mare, Michael Head -- Don't Let the Whole World Know / by Don Everly and Paul Everly -- Don't Mess with Bill / words and music by William Robinson -- Don't Pass Me By / words and music by Maynor Steward and Edward Herring -- Don't Ya Even Try / by Don Gant and Joe Melson -- Droppity Dropouts / Lyrics by Meyer Dolinsky, music by Leith Stevens -- Elvira / words and music by Dallas Frazier -- Federal Aid / by Rubon Golliher -- Find Ya Somewhere Else (to Eat Your Crackers) / by Jay Turnbow, Larry Parks and Bob Finnicum -- Five Miles from Home / by Mickey Newbury -- Five O'Clock World / by Allen Reynolds -- Follow Every Rainbow / by Jimmy Elledge and Linda Lumpkin -- For Me (Arrastao) / words by Norman Gimbel, music by Edu Lobo, Portuguese Lyric by Vinicius Moraes -- Frangipani / by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant -- Free Again (Non…C'est Rien) / English Lyric and musical Adaptation by Robert Court, music by Armand Canfora and Joss Baselli, French lyric by Michel Jourdan -- Freight Train Blues / Arranged by Roy Acuff -- Gallant Men / words by Charles Wood, music by John Cacavas -- Geronimo / by Rubon Golliher -- The Girl from Peyton Place / words and music by Dickey Lee and Allen Reynolds -- Girl Talk [from the Joseph E. Levine-Paramount Picture "Harlow"] / words by Bobby Troup, music by Neal Hefti -- Givin' You All My Love / by John D. Loudermilk -- Gloria / Van Morrison -- Going to a Go-Go / words and music by William Robinson, Warren Moore, Robert Rogers, Marv Tarplin [2 copies] -- A Good Woman's Love's (Not Easy to Find) / by Mickey Newbury -- Goodnight / by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees -- A Great Big Hunk of Summer / words by Richard Ahlert, music by Tommy Goodman -- Green Green Grass of Home / words and music by Curley Putnam -- Hail to Our Astronauts / Martha Sola and Michael Stoner -- Hannukah / Lyrics by Edith Lindeman, music by Snookie Mathews -- Hauling the Boys Around / by Bob Gallion and Earl Sinks -- Heart (Le Coeur Qui Bat) / English words by Tony Hatch, Original words by Georges Aber, music by Petula Clark -- He's Coming Home / by Jane Bennett -- He's Got No Love / words and music by Chris Curtis and Mike Pender -- A High Wind in Jamaica [from the 20th Century-Fox Film Presentation "A High Wind in Jamaica"] / Lyric by Christopher Logue, music by Larry Adler -- Historia de um homem mau (Ol' Man Mose) / Versao brasileira de Roberto Rei, by Louis Armstrong and Zilner Trenton Randolph -- Honey Come Back / words and music by Jimmy Webb -- (How Can I) Unlove You / words and music by Joe South -- Hurt So Bad / words and music by Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Hart and Bobby Wilding.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 251
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 251.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1964-1965.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 251
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