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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 216.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 216.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1949.

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reel 216 [1949 Jolly-1949 Symphony]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 216 reel 216 [1949 Jolly-1949 Symphony]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; some are lead sheets (indicated in the contents note).
  • Target title.
  • Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
  • Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
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  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • 1949, J-L: Jolly fella tarantella (The organ grinder's song) / words and music by Dick Manning -- Jonathan / words and music by Gloria Parker and Barney Young -- Just a faded petal from a beautiful bouquet / words and music by C.E. Snow -- Just a kiss apart : from the musical "Gentlemen prefer blondess" / lyrics by Leo Robin, music by Jule Styne -- Just for fun : from the motion picture "My friend Irma" / music and words by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans -- Just for the sake of old times / by James Thornton -- Just got to have him around / by Redd Evans and Dave Mann -- Just in case / words by Bert Kapp, music by Herman "Tuby" Tivin -- Just one way to say I love you : from the musical "Miss Liberty" / lyrics & music by Irving Berlin -- Just reminiscing (Still in love with you) / by Loraine C. Harbin, edited and revised by Jimmy Shirl & Ervin Drake -- Just tell them that you saw me / [by] Paul Dresser -- Just you / words & music by Paul Barrett -- Kathleen Mavourneen / [by] J.N. Crouch -- Kee-mo ky-mo (The magic song / words by Bob Hilliard and Roy Alfred -- Keep me in love / lyric by Frances C. Stelzer, music by George F. Schumacher -- Keep your eyes on the stars / words and music by Bill Gale, Pat Noto, Charles Kanter -- The key to love (Theme from The apartment) : from the motion picture "The apartment" / words by John MOran, muic by Charles Williams -- The kid's a dreamer (The kid from Fool's Paradise) / words by Charlie Snider, music by Marty Snider -- Kindergarten polka / words by Joe Schuster, Johnny Tucker, music by Joe Biviano, Jack Val -- Kiss me / words by Redd Evans, music by Bob Rendler -- Kiss me like you used to / words and music by Russ Williams, Bob Ray, Marty Manning -- Kiss me sweet / words and music by Milton Drake -- Kissing me : from the musical "Adamant Eve" / lyric by Moe Jaffe,music by Clay Boland -- Knock on wood : from the motion picture "Knock on wood" / words and music by Sylvia Fine -- Kris Kringle / words and music by Martin Schwab -- Land of love (Come my lovve and live with me) / by Eden Ahbez -- The last mile home / by Walter kent, Walton Farrar -- Laughing boy / words and music by Jack Segal -- Lavender coffin / words and music by Shirley Albert -- Legend of the roses / words and music by Peter Tinturin -- Leicester Square rag / by Harry Roy -- Leprechaun lullaby / words and musicc by Glen Hurlburt -- The lesson of love / by Red Rose, Nat Vincent -- Let me grow old with you / words by Charles Tobias, music by David Kapp -- Let the good things happen / by Hank Fort -- Let's all dance around the Christmas tree (The merry melody) / words and music by Ethel Fitch -- Let's choo choo choo to Idaho / words and music by Al Rinker and Floyd Huddleston -- Let's get behind the president / lyric by George Jessel, music by Sam Carlton, Dan Dougherty -- Let's harmonize / by Kay Twomey, Fred Wise, Al Frisch -- Life begins when you're in love / words by Marty Symes, adapted by Andy Ackers and Johnny Farrow, theme adapted from F. Chopin's Minute waltz -- Lilac wine : from the musical "Dance me a song" / words and music by James Shelton -- Linda Nora (Guaracha) / letra y musica by Roberto "Tito" Mendoza -- Little fish in a big pond : from the musical "Miss Liberty" / words and music by Irving Berlin -- A little girl from Little Rock : from the musical "Gentlemen prefer blondes" / lyrics by Leo Robin, music by Jule Styne [2 copies] -- The little gray house : from the musical "Lost in the stars" / words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Kurt Weill -- A little more time / by Don Marcotte -- Little mountain cabin / by Elwood Stutz -- The little old church near Leicester Square / by Michael Carr and Kermit Goell -- The little old lady of Threadneedle Street / by James Cavanaughm, Guy Wood and Larry Stock -- Little pink toes / by Jim Morehead & Sandra Kent -- Lonely girl / words and music by Bobby Troup -- Lonely night / : from a theme by Armas Jarnefelt, lyric and adaptation by Alec Wilder -- The longer we're together (the more we drift apart) / words and music by Sidney Prosen, Fred Wise, Al Frisch [lead sheet] -- Look at me : from the motion picture "Yes sir, that's my baby" / lyric by Jack Brooks, music by Walter Scharf -- The look in your eyes / lyric by Ruth Poll, music by Bob Emmerich -- Lora-Belle Lee / by Sid Miller, Ray Gilbert -- Lost highway / by Leon Payne -- Lost in a dream / lyric by Edgar Leslie, music by Rube Bloom -- Louisiana (That's where we were born) / words by Monte Carlo, music by Alma Sanders [lead sheet] -- Love is a beautiful thing / by Lee Pearl, Lewis Bellin, Harvey Pearl -- Love isn't love / words and music by Shirlie F. Baker -- Love was the cause of it all / words and music by Hank Lawson and Charles Tidwell -- Lovely Lei / words and music by Barronne Kuva -- Lovers' gold / lyric by Bob Merrill, music by Morty Nevins -- Love's a precious thing / lyric by Frank Spiro, music by Hayward Morris -- Love's old sweet song / [by] J.L. Molloy -- Lovesick blues / by Hank Williams -- Low down dog / words and music by Joe Turner -- The lucky silver coin / words by Kay Twomey, music by Vin Roddie -- Lucky us! : from the motion picture "The great lover" / music and words by Jay Livinston and Ray Evans -- Luigi / words and music by Al Antonio, Alex Araco, Lew Di Leo.
  • 1949, M-N: Mad about you / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Victor Young -- Mad love / by Lee Pearl, Lewis Bellin and Marjorie Brown -- Make up your mind / words and music by Jimmie Caruso -- Makin' love ukulele style / lyric by Charlie Hayes, music by Paul Weirick -- Mama and daddy broke my heart / words and music by Spade Cooley -- Mama get the hammer (There's a fly on papa's head) / words and music by Joe Schuster, Jack Val and Murray Semos -- A man wrote a song / lyric and music by Dave Franklin -- Mango mangüé / lyric by Marion Sunshine, music & Spanish words by Gilberto Valdes [2 copies] -- The Manuelo tarantel / lyric by Carl Sigman, music by Peter De Rose -- Marcella / words and music by Irving Taylor, George Wyle, Eddie Pola -- Marriage vow / words and music by Jenny Lou Carson -- A marshmallow world / words by Carl Sigman, music by Peter De Rose [3 copies] -- Matilda : from the musical "Dance me a song" / words and music by James Shelton -- The matrimony song (No! No! No!) / words and music by Jack Young -- Mattinata (The heart-breaking love song) / English lyrics by Jack Edwards, music by Ruggiero Leoncavallo -- Maybe I'll cry over you / words and music by Elton Britt -- Maybe it's because : from the musical "Along Fifth Avenue" / lyric by Harry Ruby, music by Johnnie Scott [2 copies] -- Me an' my bundle : from the musical "Miss Liberty" / words and music by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- The meadows of heaven / words by Joseph McCarthy Jr., music by Joseph Meyer -- Mele kalikimaka / words and music by R. Alex Anderson -- Melissa / words and music by Rick French, Danny Di Minno, Dick Stutz -- Melody / by Richard Dornfest -- Melodie d'amour (Melody of love) / lyric by Leo Johns, music by Henri Salvador -- Men in blue and gold : official march of the American Legion / words and music by Leon De Costa -- The merry Christmas polka / words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sonny Burke -- Merry-go-round waltz / by Jimmy Kennedy and Arthur Finn, adapted from a theme by Juventino Rosas -- A million miles away / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon -- Missouri polka / by Moe Jaffe, Clay Boland -- Mister Nobody / by Carol North, Dick Hardt -- Mm! Mm! Not that! / words and music by Sonny Miller, Buddy Sheppari and Murray Semos -- Mockin' bird hill (Tra-la la twittle dee dee dee) / words and music by Vaughn Horton [6 copies] -- The molicepan song / words by Sylvia Dee, music by Sid Lippman -- Mona Lisa : from the motion picture "Captain Carey, U.S.A" / words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans [3 copies] -- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (I love you) / words and music by Rosss Parker -- Mondongo (Mambo) / by Miguelito Valdes and Rene Hernandez, arranged by Rene Hernandez -- The monkey and the organ grinder / words & music by Peter Tinturin [lead sheet] -- A month of Sundays : from the musical "Texas, lil' darlin'" / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Robert Emmett Dolan -- Moon dust (Polen de luna) / English words by Joe Davis, Spanish words by Felipe N. Arana, music by Abbey Albert -- Moonlight romance / by Ben Hart -- Moonlight tango (Media noche en Buenos Aires) (Un tango chantait) / English lyric by Louis Herscher, French lyric by Louis Poterat, Spanish lyric and music by Humberto Herrera -- More precious than silver or gold / by Cowboy Copas and Fred Rose -- More than anything in the world / lyric by Ervin Drake & Jimmy Shirl, music by Walter D. Krissel -- More 'n more tee-jus, ain't it? / words and music by Carson J. Robison -- Moss covered mill / words and music by Pete Cassell and Harpo Kidwell -- Mother's gone but not forgotten / by Molly O'Day -- Mr. Disck Jockey (Play our love song again) / by George Snowhill and Willard Robison -- Mr. Froggie went a-courtin' / arrangement of music and revision of folk song lyrics by Burl Ives -- Mulata / letra y musica de Juan R. Torres -- Mule train : from the motion picture "Singing guns" / by Johnny Lange, Hy Heath, Fred Glickman [2 copies] -- My baby is blue / words and music by Jeanne Burns, Redd Evans and Dave Mann [2 copies] -- My darling's home at last / by Jim Anglin, Jack Anglin, Johnnie Wright -- My dream is yours : from the motion picture "My dream is yours" / lyric by Ralph Blane, music by Harry Warren -- My every prayer / words and music by Lloyd W. Bramhall -- My Filipino Rose / words and music by C.E. Snow -- My foolish heart : from the motion picture "My foolish heart" / lyrics by Ned Washington, music by Victor Young [2 copies] -- My heart goes crazy (doing somersaults) / by Ed. G. Nelson, Ed. Nelson Jr., Steve Nelson -- My heart goes with you / words and music by Thomas G. Meehan -- My heart reminds me / words and music by Ben Raleigh, Bernie Wayne -- My heart's bouquet / by J. Graydon Hall & Jimmy Dickens -- My hot tamae went chilly on me / words and music by Milton Berle, Teddy Powell and John Jacob Loeb -- My hula girl smiles / words and music by Chas. E. King -- My lily and my rose / by Leslie Stuart, Lou Singer, Hy Zaret -- My love for you / words & music by Art Gleason -- My love loves me / adaptation and words by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans -- My memory trail / words and music by Roy J. Turner -- My own, my only, my all : from the motion picture "My friend Irma" / music and words by Jay Livinston and Ray Evans -- My street / words and jmusic by Arnold Koppitch -- My treasured memories / lyrics by Jos. G. Gilbert, music by George Goodwin [2 copies] -- Não ha como o Brasil (The spell of B-R-A-Z-I-L) / English and Portuguese lyric by Vinicius de Moraes, music by Laurindo Almeida -- Neath a cold gray tomb of stone / by Hank Williams & Mel Foree -- Need you / words and music by Johnny Black burn, "Teepee" Mitchell and Lew Porter [2 copies] -- Nêga maluca / letra e musica de Ewaldo Ruy e Fernando Lobo -- Neurotic you and psychopathic me : from the musical "Lend an ear" / words and music by Charles Gaynor -- Never turn your back to a woman / words and music by Tommy Dilbeck -- The next time I care (I'll be careful) / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Ben Oakland -- Nice to know you care / lyric by Norman Newell, music by Leslie Baguley -- No moon at all / by Redd Evans and Dave Mann -- No, not now / by Curly Williams, Mel Foree and Hank Williams -- No sé que hacer / letra y música de Bartolo Alvarez -- No tears / word & music by Bill Crocca, Nick Barbieri, Bill Dillon -- No time for nothin' but you : from the musical "All for love" / by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee -- Now! Now! Now! (is the time) / by George Howe, Bobby Burns.
  • 1949, O-R: Oh! Dear! She's wonderful, beautiful (Way up in Clachan) / words and music by John "Kaid" MacLean -- Oh, how fortunate ye mortals be : from the musical "All for love" / by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee -- Oh, how I cried! / words and music by Bob Nichols and Jimmie Hodges -- Oh, 'tis sweet to think / lyric by Thomas Moore, old Irish melody arr. by Howard E. Ross -- Oh, you sweet one / by Dick Hardt, Moe Jaffe [3 copies] -- Ochun (Afro cradle song) / by Obdulio Morales -- Ol' Saint Nicholas / words and music by Inez James and Buddy Pepper -- The old master painter / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Beasley Smith [6 copies] -- The old piano roll blues / by Cy Coben [2 copies] -- Old songs bring memories / by Dick Robertson, Nelson Cogane & Frank Weldon -- Oley's melody / lyric by Jack Yellen, music by Sammy Fain -- Olly, olly, oxen free / by Tommy Hamm, Allan Copeland -- On a cruise to old Bermuda / by Paul Kalet and Albert Gamse [2 copies] -- On a lazy Sunday afternoon / words and music by "Duke" Dave and "Boots" Hunter -- On accounta because I love you / by Aaron Schroeder, Mack Kay and George Olsen -- On and on with you / words and music by Doree and Bill Post -- On guard / lyric by Harold Rome, music by Edwin Franko Goldman -- On the Benjamin B. Odell / by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee -- On the island of Oahu / words by Mel Howard, music by Lee Erwin -- (On the island of) Stromboli / by Irving Taylor and Ken Lane -- On the other side of the water (is the other part of my heart) / words and music by John Redmond -- One kiss too many / words and music by Steve Nelson, Eddy Arnold and Ed Nelson Jr. -- One more time / words by Mack David, music by Jerry Livingston -- One! Two! Three! : from the musical "Alive and kicking" / words by Paul Francis Webster and Ray Golden, music by Sonny Burke -- Only for Americans : from the musical "Miss Liberty" / words and music by Irving Berlin -- oody, kadoody, kadidy kadee / by Guy Wood and Fred Jay -- Open the door polka / by Walter Dana, Chester Ososki and Ignaci Podgorsky -- Open your eyes / lyric by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Burton Lane -- Our love story / by Norman Newell and William Harrison -- Out of love / lyric by Bob Hilliard, music by Sammy Fain -- Over a bottle of wine / words and music by Sam H. Stept, Dan Shapiro [2 copies] -- Over the hillside / by Blaine Stone & Doris Knoll -- Over three hills waltz / words and music by Ernest Benedict, Roy West, Lenny Sanders and Dolly Kendall -- A pair of wooden shoes / by Buddy Kaye and Al Frisch -- Pal-ing around with you / lyric by Geraldine DuBois, music by Gladys Keyes and Mildred Kelly -- Paraiso del amor / letra y música de Robert Tito Mendoza -- Paree (Paris) / words and music by Jack Val, Murray Semos, Al Vignali -- Paris wakes up and smiles : from the musical "Miss Liberty" / words and music by Irving Berlin -- Part-time sweetheart / words and music by John Nagy, Don Canton -- Patsy's pizza beat / words and music by Don Raye, Gene De Paul -- Patty cake - patty cake / words & music by Eddie Lieberman and Frank Capano [lead sheet] -- Peace sister, peace : from the musical "Sugar Hill" / lyric by Flournoy E. Miller, music by James P. Johnson -- Peppermint stick / lyric by Hal Levy & Larry Neill, music by Alvy West -- Perfection / lyric by Al Stewart, music by Caridad Garcia -- Philadelphia lawyer / words and music by Woody Guthrie -- The photographer and the stenographer / lyrics by James Cavanaugh, music by Guy Wood [lead sheet] -- Picnic in the snow / lyric by Sid Wayne, music by Robert Allen -- Pin a shamrock on me / words and music by Arthur J. Tucker -- Pin striped pants (and a cut-a-way coat) / by Ray Gilbert and Bob Russell -- Play, hurdy-gurdy, play / words and music by Al Harvey and Freddy Grant -- Please don't let me love you / by Ralph Jones -- The policemen's ball / words and music by Irving Berlin -- Poor Humpty Dumpty that's me / words and music by Rube Richards -- Poquito a poco vencido / letra y música de G. Rodriguez Fiffe -- Prairie polka / words and music by Wilbur Dorfman and Harry Blair -- Prayer of a waiting world / words and music by Gene Bone and Howard Fenton -- Pride / [by] Charles Wynn and John L. Vogel -- Promise / by Louis Herscher, Peter Lewin -- Prospect Park (in Brooklyn) / words & music by Rick French, Danny Di Minno, Dick Stutz -- Quicksilver / by Irving Taylor, George Wyle and Eddie Pola -- Quien lo iba a creer / letra y música de Arturo Diaz Rivero -- Rainbow in my heart / words and music by George Morgan -- Raindrop serenade / by Vincent Rose and Larry Stock -- Real gone galoot / by Harry Stewart -- Regardless / words and music by Jack Val, Joe Schuster, Pat Murphy -- Remember tonight / lyric by Dorothy Dick, music by Gardner Benedict -- Revenge / words and music by Jenny Lou Carson -- Riders in the sky / words and music by Stan Jones [5 copies] -- Rim of the canyon / by Hy Heath and Johnny Lange -- Rocked in the cradle of the deep / by Emma Willard, Joseph P. Knight -- Roll the patrol closer to the curb (The grandmother song) / words and music by Howard Marks -- Romance polka / words by Joe Orlando, music by Joe Orlando -- Room full of roses / words and music by Tim Spencer [2 copies] -- Rose McGillicuddy / by Al Lewis, Paul Mann, Stephan Weiss -- Roseanna : from the motion picture "Roseanna McCoy" / by Frank Loesser -- Roses and wine / by Don Meyer, Elise Bretton, Sherman Edwards -- Roundabout : from the musical "Roundabout" / lyric by Ken Attiwill, music by Edward Horan -- Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer / lyric and music by Johnny Marks [4 copies].
  • 1949, S: The same old crowd / by Jack Edwards and Leo Edwards [lead sheet] -- San Anita moonlight (Santa Anita moonlight) / words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Joe Hernandez and Paul Van Loan -- The sandman always rides a pinto pony / words and music by Kenn Davis -- Satisfied / by Jim Morehead -- Sault Ste. Marie / by Len Hopkins -- Save a piece of wedding cake for me / by Frankie Carle & Fred Meadows -- Say it isn't the night / words by Al Tennyson, music by Jimmy Blade -- Say you'll wait for me / English words by Jessie Cavanaugh, music by Mascheroni-Ravasini -- Scandal in the dell / lyric by Larry Yoell, melody by Glenn Brown -- Scarlet ribbons (for her hair) / lyric by Jack Segal, music by Evelyn Danzig -- Scattered toys / words and music by Nick and Charles Kenny [2 copies] -- The Scottish samba / words by Tommie Connor, music by Johnny Reine -- The sea walker / words and music by Tim Spencer -- Seeing red and singing blue (The color song) / lyric by Edgar Lesliee, music by Rube Bloom -- Selfish one / words & music by Steve Krantz [lead sheet] -- Send ten pretty flowers (to my girl in Tennessee) / words and music by Steve Nelson, Ed Nelson Jr. -- Serenata / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Leroy Anderson [2 copies] -- Serpentina / letra y música de Haroldo Lobo e David Nasser -- Shake hands with your uncle Mike / adapted by Dwight Latham -- Shaker shake / words by Harry Coleman, music by Arden Clar -- Shall we dance / by Gene Raskin -- Shally-go-shee / [by] Irving Taylor, George Wyle, Eddie Pola -- A shawl of galway grey / words and music by Hamilton Kennedy -- She rolled her naught hula eyes at me / words and music by Chas. E. King -- (Round her neck) She wore a yellow ribbon : from the motion picture "She wore a yellow ribbon" / [by] M. Ottner, additional lyrics by Leroy Parker -- Shenanigans (Two of Irish) / words by Carl Sigman, music by William (Billy) Whitlock -- The shepherd / [by] Eden Ahbez -- She's a home girl / words and music by Benny Davis and Abner Silver -- She's just the girl I love / words by Bob Haymes, music by Marty Clarke [lead sheet] -- Show me the way back to your heart / words and music by Steve Nelson, Eddy Arnold, Zel Soehnel and Ed Nelson Jr. -- S'il vous plait / by Pinky Vidacovich, Eugene West, Bert Mann -- Silently and in my heart / words and music by Lloyd W. Bramhall -- The silver shenandoah / by Dicck Rogers, W.A. Timm and Whitey Bernard -- Simply a waltz / music and lyrics by Norman Wallace -- Sin fé / by Bobby Capo -- Sing until the cows come home / words by Milt Gabler, music by Maurie Hartmann -- Singin' my way back home / by Wilton Moore and Al Vann -- Singing waterfall / by Hank Williams -- Single saddle / words and music by Hal David and Arthur Altman -- Sitting by the window / by Paul Insetta -- Six times a week and twice on Sunday (I get a kiss by the garden gate) / by "Teepee" Mitchell, Lew Porter -- Sleepy Hollow / by Don Raye and Gene De Paul -- Slipping around / words and music by Floyd Tillman [2 copies] -- Slumberland express / by Lee David, John Redmond, Fred Meadows, arr. by Lindsay McPhail -- Smiles and tears / [by] Larry Royal, Sam Braverman, Jack Edwards -- Smiles turn to tears (When I'm thinking of you) / words and music by Paul Huff -- Snap your fingers / lyric by Walter "Pat" Murphy, music by Leonard Love -- Snowy white snow and jingle bells / words & music by Billy Reid -- So I worry / by Francis Craig and Beasley Smith -- So much / words by Fay Whitman, music by Helen Miller -- So sweet the gardenia / by Joseph M. Cohen, Roger Genger and Jack Winograd -- Solido, Joaquin / letra y música de Dacia (McCormic) -- Some enchanted evening : from the musical "South pacific" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers [6 copies] -- Someone like you : from the motion picture "My dream is yours" / words by Ralph Blane, music by Harry Warren -- Somewhere along the way / words and music by Martin Kalmanoff and Aaron Schroeder -- Somewhere beyojnd the shadows (We'll meet again some day) / words and music by W.R. Williams -- Somewhere, somehow, someday (Chante) / English lyric by Steve Krantz, Fench lyric by Louis Amade, music by Wal-berg -- The song of long ago / by Milton Berle, Ted Fetter and Abner Silver -- Song of surrender : from the motion picture "The song of surrender" / music and words by Victor Young, Jay Livingston and Ray Evans [2 copies] -- Song of the fool / by Joseph Hilton Jones [lead sheet] -- Sorry / lyric by Buddy Pepper, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Souvenir (Ise feliz!) / English words by Bert Davis, Spanish words by Leopoldo Gonzalez, music by Tee Lanoue -- Souvenir waltz / lyric by Robert Lang, music by Ken Griffin & M. Pazeller -- Speak a word of love (I wish, I wish) / lyric by Robert Wells, music by David Saxon -- Speak again, sweet lips / by Shorty Long, Lee Roberts -- Spring made a fool of me / words and music by Sam H. Stept -- Stay well : from the musical "Lost in the stars" / words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Kurt Weill -- The stone outside Dan Murphy's door / words and music by Johnny Patterson -- The story of Annie Laurie / by Sam M. Lewis, Pete Wendling, George W. Meyer -- The story of my life / lyric by Bob Russell, music by Carl Sigman -- Strange animules / worrds & music by Milton Drake [lead sheet] -- The streets of Laredo : from the motion picture "The streets of Laredo" / words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans [2 copies] -- Strolling / by Bobby Day, Arthur Berman, Eddie Lisbona -- Stop the music : from the radio program "Stop the music" / lyric by Leni Mason, Arthur Berman, music by Al Goodhart -- Strummin' on the old banjo / words by Hal David, music by Don Rodney -- Sugar-coated lies / words and music by Florence Crissman -- Summer day : from the opera "Regina" / words and music by Marc Blitzstein -- Sunshine : from the musical "Gentlemen prefer blondes" / lyrics by Leo Robin, music by Jule Styne [2 copies] -- Sweet promises and good intentions / by Steve Nelson and Ed G. Nelson -- Sweet suburban Sue / by Maceo Pinkard -- The sweetest word of all is sweetheart / words and music by Al Hoffman, Aaron Schroeder & Al Trace -- The sweetest words I know / words and music by Gloria Parker and Barney Young -- Sweetheart of mine / [by] Paul Rusincky, Larry Poppo -- Swiss lullaby / words & music by Vaughn Horton and Harry Kogen -- Symphony of spring / by Lee Pearl, Arthur Berman and Eddie Lisbona.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 216
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 216.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1949.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 216
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