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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 183.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 183.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1939-1940.

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reel 183 [1939 Strange-1940 Broadway]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 183 reel 183 [1939 Strange-1940 Broadway]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
  • 1939: Strange enchantment : from the motion picture "Man about town" / words by Frank Loesser, music by Frederick Hollander -- Stranger things have happened / words by Benny Davis, music by Johnny Green -- Streets of Cairo (The poor little country girl) / by James Thornton -- Subway serenade / words and msuic by Fred Cavi, Louis Rubin, Clarence Kelley -- Sugar pie / words and music by Charlie Beal -- Suitcase Susie / words and music by Hugo Rubens, Charles French and E.P. La Freniere -- Summer sweetheart / words and music by Jos. Geo. Gilbert -- The sun the moon and I : from the operetta "The mikado" / [words by] W.S. Gilbert, [music by] Arthur Sullivan -- Swaying : from the musical "Hellzapoppin" / lyric by Olie Olsen and Chick Johnson, music by Byron Gay -- Sweet dreams, sweetheart / by Benny Davis, Milton Ager, Jesse Greer -- Sweet moments : from the motion picture "Sweet moments" / words and music by Dave Franklin and Russ Morgan -- Sweet potato piper : from the motion picture "The road to Singapore" / lyri c by Johnny Burke, music by James V. Monaco -- Sweetheart of the tropics / words by Dick McIntire, and Le Roy L. Redman, music by Will Livernash -- Swing little indians, swing / words and music by Gracie Worth -- Swing out, my heart! / by Phil Saltman & Al Maister -- Swingin' a dream : from the musical "Swingin' the dream" / lyric by Eddie De Lange, music by Jimmy Van Heusen -- Swingin' the nursery rhymes : from the "Hollywood revue production on Broadway" 1938-9 / words and music by Dave Oppenheim, Al Jacobs and Jack Palmer.
  • 1939: A table in a corner / lyric by Sam Coslow, music by Dana Suesse -- Tain't what you do (It's the way that cha do it) / words and music by Sy Oliver & James Young [2 copies] -- Tales from the Vienna woods / lyrics by Marvin Lee, music by Johann Strauss, arr. for piano and voice by John Bach -- Tales from the Vienna woods / English lyrics by Frank Capano, [music] by Johann Strauss, arr. by Lee Masters -- Tales from the Vienna woods : from the motion picture "The great waltz" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Johann Strauss II, adaptation by Dimitri Tiomkin -- Tarde nublada (Cloudy day) / words and music by Merle Norman, Spanish version by Leo Rojo, arrranged by Aarón González Jr. -- Tears from my inkwell / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Harry Warren [4 copies] -- Teeter totter Tessie : from the revue One for the money" / words by Nancy Hamilton, music by Morgan Lewis -- Tell me again you love me / words by Ruth Prosser, music by Joseph White -- Tell me at midnight / by Bickley Reichner and Clay Boland, adapted from "A mezzanotte" by Anepata -- Tell me you're mine / by R. Redianelli & B. Vasin [2 copies] -- Terribly attractive : from the musical "Stars in your eyes" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Arthur Schwartz -- Thank you stars / words and music by Harold Adamson, Abner Silver, Walter Kent -- That lucky fellow : from the musical "Very warm for May" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- That sarong number : from the musical "Nice goin'" / words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger -- That sentimental sandwich : from the motion picture "Man about town" / words by Frank Loesser, music by Frederick Hollander [2 copies] -- That sly old gentleman (from Featherbed Lane) : from the motion picture "Eastside of heaven" / lyric by Johnny Burke, music by James V. Monaco -- That wonderful tarantel' / words and music by Frank M. Pagano -- That's right—I'm wrong : from the motion picture "Hoagy Carmichael" / words by Stanley Adams, music by Hoagy Carmichael -- That's what I wrote to Santa Claus / by Chris Yacich -- that's where the west begins / words and music by Mary Schaeffer, Maurice Spitalny -- Then came the rain / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Oscar Levant [2 copies] -- There is a tavern in the town / words & music by William H. Hills -- There'll always be an England! / words and music by Ross Parker and Hughie Charles [2 copies] -- There'll be peace in the valley for me / words and msuic by Thomas A. Dorsey -- There'll come a time : from the motion picture "The great waltz" / lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Johann Strauss II, adaptation by Dimitri Tiomkin [2 copies] -- There'll never be another you / lyric by Pter Tinturin, music by Al Jacobs -- There's a dark man comin' with a bundle / by Leighton & Leighton [2 copies] -- There's a robin 'round the corner (Singin' la-da-da-da-dee) / words by Charles Newman, music by J. Fred Coots -- There's gotta be a weddin' : from the stage presentation "Swingin' the dream" / lyrics by Eddie De Lange, music by Jimmy Van Heusen -- There's only one in love (and yet there should be two) / words and music by Pat Rossi, Walter Bishop, E.P. La Freniere -- They laid him in the ground / words & music by Patk McAdory -- They're wearing hoops again, my dear / by Betty Compton Walker and John Jacob Loeb -- The things that you promised to do / lyric by Johnny Santos and Norman Spencer, music by George A. Gibbs Jr. -- This changing world / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Dana Suesse [4 copies] -- This heart of mine / lyric by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Ruby -- This is drummers' day / words and music by Charles L. Cooke -- This is it : from the musical "Stars in your eyes" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Arthur Schwartz [2 copies] -- This is no dream / words and music by Benny Davis, Tommy Dorsey and Ted Shapiro [2 copies] -- This night (will be my souvenir) : from the motion picture "Honolulu" / words by Gus Kahn, music by Harry Warren -- Three foot Skipper Jones / words and music by George Whiting and Ken Byron -- Three little maids ffrom school : from the musical "The swing mikado" / lyric by W.S. Gilbert, music by Arthur Sullivan, arranged in swing tempo by Gentry Warden -- The three trees / by Tom McNaughton -- The thrill of a new romance / lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Xavier Cugat and F. Curbelo -- Tic tac toe / words and music by Anthony James -- Till the lights of London shine again / by Tommy Connor and Eddie Pola -- Tit-willow : from the musical "Hot mikado" / words by W.S. Gilbert, music by Arthur Sullivan, modern rhythm adaptation by Charles L. Cooke -- To live the life of a lie / words and music by Larry Stock, Bert Lowe -- To you / words and music by Benny Davis, Tommy Dorsey and Ted Shapiro [3 copies] -- To you sweetheart, aloha / by Harry Owens -- Today's your anniversary / lyric by Ed Brennan and Irving Mills, music by Geo. B. McConnell -- Tomorrow night / lyrics by Sam Coslow, music by Will Grosz -- Tonight (Perfida) / Music and Spanish words by Alberto Dominguez, English lyrics by Xavier Cugat and Will Heagney [2 copies] -- Tower of Babel (Jabber-jabber-jabber) / words and music by Robert MacGimsey -- Toyland holiday / words and music by Joe Davis -- The tra-la-la and the oom-pah-pah : from the motion picture "Never say die" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger -- Traffic jam : from the motion picture "Dancing co-ed" / by Artie Shaw and Teddy McRae -- Tropical cocktail of love (American adaptation of Noche en flor) / lyric by Harry Lenk and Ervin Drake, music by Ernesto Lecuona -- Try and live today / by Phil Cook and Irving Miller -- Turn back the clock / by Alice Remsen -- Turn on the old music box : from the motion picture "Pinocchio" / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Leigh Harline -- Twilight interlude / words and music by Peter Tinturin and Al Jacobs -- Two against one / lyric by L. Wolffe Gilbert & Benny Meroff, music by Lew Pollack -- Two blind loves : from the motion picture "At the circus" / lyric by E.Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen -- two blue eyes one little green isle / words and music by Joseph White, Monte Carlo and Alma Sanders -- Two gun Burke from Albuquerque / words by Gerald Griffin, music by Bernard Maltin -- Two hearts are bette than one / words by Bud Cooper, music by Noel Evans -- Two nickels for a dime / words and music by James Cavanaugh, Maurice Spitalny, Frank Weldon.
  • 1939: The U.S. Air Force (The wild blue yonder) / words and music by Robert Crawford -- Undecided / words by Sid Robin, music by Charles Shavers [2 copies] -- Unforgettable moment / words and music by Joseph Meyer, Carl Sigman and Vincent Rose -- Upa-upa : from the musical "Brazil" / English lyric by Ervin Drake, music and Portuguese lyric by Ary Barroso, arr. by Russel Goudey -- Utt da zay (The tailor song) / by Buck Ram and Irving Mills -- Vagabond dreams / words by Jack Lawrence, music by Hoagy Carmichael -- Very, very welcome hem, Mister Sansson (Very welcome home, Mr. Saanson) / text och musik av Lasse Dahlqvist -- The voice in the valley / words and music by James Cavanaugh, John Redmond and Frank Weldon -- Wabash cannon ball / by Wm. Kindt -- Walking on the highway / words & music by John Power Spickers and Charles Wynn -- Way back in 1939 A.D. : from the musical "Three after three" / lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Hoagy Carmichael -- We are Elks / words by Ed Werac, music by Jelly Roll Morton -- We can live on love (We haven't got a pot to cook in) : from the revue "Streets of Paris" / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Jimmy McHugh -- We must be ready / by George M. Cohan -- We sing America / music and lyrics by Harold Rome -- We speak of you often / lyric by Dedette Lee Hill, music by Johnny Marks [2 copies] -- Wear a bouquet of smiles / lyric by Jean Herbert, music by Louis Herscher and Noble Sissle -- Well all right! (Tonight's the night) / words and music by Frances Faye, Don Raye and Dan Howell -- We'll meet again / words and music by Ross Parker, Hughie Charles -- We're all together now : from the motion picture "Gulliver's travels" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger -- We're closer than the Trylon and the Perisphere / words and music by Don Mario, Cab Calloway, George Arlen -- We're gonna hang out the washing on the Siegfried Line / by Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr [2 copies] -- We're off to see the wizard (The wonderful wizard of Oz) : from the motion picture "The wizard of Oz" / lyric by E.Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen -- We've come a long way together / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Sam H. Stept [5 copies] -- Wham (Re bop boom bam) / words and music by Taps Miller and Eddie Durham -- What are we waiting for? (The "Um-huh" song) / words and Gene Carroll and Roger Lewis, music by Glenn Rowell and Sam Kary -- What are you goin' to say? / words and music by "Happy" Jack Turner, W.R. Williams co-writer -- What ev'ry young girl should know / lyrics by Johnny Burke, music by Walter R. Behl -- What goes on behind your eyes? / words and music by Buddy Bernier and Bob Emmerich -- What goes up must come down (and baby, you've been flyin' too high) : from the revue "Cotton Club Parade" World's Fair edition / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Rube Bloom -- What shall I say? / words and music by Peter Tinturin -- What the engine done / words and music by Les C. Copeland -- What's it gonna get'cha / by Stanley Adams, Saul Tepper and Enoch Light -- What's new? / lyric by Johnny Burke, music by Bob Haggart [7 copies] -- When I climb down from my saddle : from the musical "Great guns" / lyric by Bickley Reichner, music by Clay Boland -- When love beckoned (in Fifty-Second Street) : from the musical "Du Barry was a lady" / words and music by Cole Porter -- When the home-bells ring again / words by Edward Lockton, music by Haydn Wood -- When the sun sets in the valley / words by Ace Pancoast and Frank Capano, music by Roy Hoffmeister and Maurrie Merl -- When winter comes : from the motion picture "Second fiddle" / by Irving Berlin -- Where can she be? : from the revue "Here we go again" / words by Burton Shevelove, music by Perry Lafferty -- Where else but here : from the motion picture "Let freedom ring" / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Sigmund Romberg [2 copies] -- Where the dog sits on the tuckerbox (5 miles from Gundagai) / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Alf, music by Jack O'Hagan -- Where was I? / lyric by Al Dubin, music by W. Franke Harling -- Wherever you are / words by Ben Gordon, music by Frank Grey -- While the music plays on / words by Lupin Fien wnd Irving Mills, music by Emery H. Heim -- Whistle a happy refrain / lyric by Dailey Paskman, music by Richard Addinsell & Bert Reisfeld -- Whistling in the wildwood / by James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose -- White lies and red roses / lyric by Herb Magidson, music by Allie Wrubel -- White sails (beneath a yellow moon) / by Nick Kenny, Charles Kenny, Harry Archer [5 copies] -- White sands / [by] Hugo Rubens, Charles French, E.P. La Freniere -- White shadows / by Neil Moret, Harry Tobias, Gene Wilbur -- Who are we to say? / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Who told you I cared? : from the motion picutre "Kid Nightingale" / lyric by George Whiting, music by Bert Reisfeld -- Who'll buy my flowers? : from the motion picture "Pack up your troubles" / lyric by Sidney Clare, music by Jule Styne -- Whoop it up for Joop / words and music by Harry H. Shapiro -- Why am I still dreaming? / words and music by Mabel Helen Toole -- Why begin again (Pastel blue) / words by Don Raye, music by Artie Shaw and Charles Shavers [2 copies] -- (Why couldn't it last) Last night / lyrics by Nick Kenny and Charles Kenny, music by Austen Croom-Johnson [6 copies] -- Why say aloha / by Eddie Alkire -- The wind at my window : from the musical "Nice goin'" / words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger [2 copies] -- Will you / by Bill Russell [lead sheet] -- Willie, Willie, will ya? / by James Cavanaugh, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose -- Wings over America / lyrics by Ian Hackerman, John W. Bratton, music by Leo Edwards -- Wishing (will make it so) : from the motion picture "Love affair" / words and music by B.G. De Sylva [2 copies] -- Without a dream to my name / words by Arthur Quenzer, music by Artie Shaw -- The woodpecker song (Reginella campagnola) / English lyric by Harold Adamson, music by Eldo Di Lazzaro [13 copies] -- World's fair walk / words and music by Claude Reese, Claude Garreau, Al Bernard and Bernard Shaw -- Would 'ja mind / words and music by Orrin Tucker.
  • 1939: Y' had it comin' to you : from the motion picture "Blondie meets the boss" / words by Sam Lerner, music by Ben Oakland -- Yes, my darling daughter / words and music by Jack Lawrence [3 copies] -- Yesterday's love / words by Mack Davis, music by Leith Stevens -- Yodelin' jive / words and music by Don Raye, Hughie Prince -- You and your love / lyric by Johnny Mercer, music by Johnny Green -- You are my dream / words and music by Abner Silver, Walter Kent, Walter Hirsch -- You asked for it—you got it / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Abel Baer -- You bring me down / by Roy Jacobs and Gene De Paul -- You can count on me : from the motion picture "Straight to heaven" / lyric by Robert Maxwell, music by Josef Myrow -- You can't escape from me / lyrics by Charles French, music by Sammy Lowe and Erskine Hawkins -- You can't live on love / by Lewis Allan -- You don't know how much you can suffer until you fall in love / words and music by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin -- You don't love me but I'll always care / words and music by Lou Wayne -- You gotta take off your shoes to sing a hillbilly song / words and music by James Cavanaugh, Ed Brennan, Bob Miller -- You grow sweeter as the years go by / lyric and music by Johnny Mercer [2 copies] -- You made me care (when I wasn't in love) / by Jos. Geo. Gilbert -- You made me sing again / by Betty Tillotson -- You meet the nicest people in your dreams / words and music by Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart and Manny Kurtz -- You set me on fire / lyrics by Geo. C. Mackinnon, music by Frances Colwell -- You taught me to love again / lyric by Charles Carpenter, music by Tommy Dorsey & Henri Woode -- You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine / lyric by Albert H. Brown and Seymour Rice, music by Charles N. Daniels [4 copies] -- You would'nt know / lyric by Arthur Jones, music by Walt Trombly [lead sheet] -- Young fella! You're ready for love / words by Paul Rusincky and Carl Johnson, music by Eddy Breuder -- Your heart belongs to me / words and music by Fred Rosse -- Your perfection / English lyric by Wm. B. Friedlander, French lyric and music by Charles Trenet -- You're a great little girl / words by Alice McNaughton, music by Kenneth McNaughton -- You're a lucky guy : from the sixth edition of the "Cotton Club parade" / words and music by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin -- You're lettin' the grass grow under your feet / by Milton Ager, Victor Selsman, Jerry Livingston -- You're my lucky break / words and music by Alyce Rinchey, Floyd Fellows -- You're the greatest discovery (since 1492) / lyric by Mack David, music by Terry Shand -- You're the sunshine of my heart / words and music by Lottie and Maurice Wells -- Yours for a song : from Billy Rose's "Aquacade" at the New York world's fair, 1939 / words by Billy Rose and Ted Fetter, music by Dana Suesse [2 copies] -- The zip zip zipper dance / lyrics, music and dance by Charles E. Merritt.
  • 1940: Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Herbert Dillea -- Accident'ly On Purpose / words and music by Don McCray and Ernest Gold -- Adi-Adi-Adios / words and music by James Cavanaugh, John Redmond and Nat Simon -- Adios, Americano / words and music by Sam Coslow -- Adored One : from the movie "Lillian Russell" / words by Mack Gordon, music by Alfred Newman -- After All These Years / words and music by Doug Watt -- Agua-Agua / words by Mack David, music by Maria Grever -- Ain't Dat A Shame / words by John Queen, music by Walter Wilson -- Ain't It A Shame About Mame : from the movie "Rhythm On The River" / words by Johnny Burke, music by James V. Monaco -- Alice Where Art Thou? / words and music by Joseph Ascher -- All I Desire / words and music by David Lieber -- All I've Got To Get Now Is My Man : from the musical "Panama Hattie" / words and music by Cole Porter -- All Or Nothing At All / words and music by Jack Lawrence and Arthur Altman -- All The Things You Are : from the musical "Very Warm For May" / words by Oscar Hammerstein, music by Jerome Kern -- Allegheny Mountain Swing, The / words and music by Prince C. W. Supreme Prince of the Sun -- Aloha Oe (Hawaiian Farewell Song) / words and music by Queen Lydia Liluokalni -- Alone With My Thoughts Of You / words and music by W. R. Williams -- Along The Santa Fe Trail : from the movie "Santa Fe Trail" / words by Al Dubin and Edwina Coolidge, music by Will Grosz -- Amazing / words and music by Anday Razaf and Paul Denniker -- Americonga / words by George Negrette and Harold Adamson, music by Fausto Curbelo and Peter DeRose -- Amorosa Guajira / words and music by Jorge Gonzalez Allue -- L'Amour-Toujours-L'Amour / words by Catherine Chisholm Cushing, music by Rudolf Friml -- And So Do I / words by Eddie DeLange, music by Paul Mann -- Angel / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Peter DeRose -- Angels In Love / words by John Dayfotis, music by Francis Pauly -- Another Day / words by George C. MacKinnon, music by Ray Perkins -- Any Old Time / words and music by Artie Shaw -- Apricot Time In Sunny California / words and music by Charles Henry Abbott -- April Played The Fiddle : from the movie "If I Had My Way" / words by Johnny Burke, music by James V. Monaco -- Are You Faithful? / words by Jack Owens and Gonzalo Curiel, music by Gonzale Curiel -- As I Remember You / words and music by Beverly and Curley Mahr -- Ashes In The Tray / words and music by Eddie Seiler, Benny Benjamin and Sol Marcus -- Ask Your Heart / words by Jack Lawrence, music by D'Artega -- At A Dixie Roadside Diner / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Joe Burke -- At Home / words by Edgar A. Guest, music by Maurice Wetzel -- At Last It's Love / words by Nancy Hamilton, music by Morgan Lewis -- Aurora / words by Harold Adamson and Pedro Berrios, music by Mario Lago and Roberto Roberti -- Autumn Showers / words by Edwina Coolidge, music by Victor Miller.
  • 1940: Back In My Shell : from the movie "One Night In The Tropics" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Jerome Kern -- Back In The Saddle Again : from the movie "Roving Tumble Weeds" / words and music by Ray Whitley and Gene Autry -- Ballad For Americans / words by John Latouche, music by Earl Robinson -- Bartender Polka / words by Sam Ward, music by H. Gerlach and Tedy Demey -- Batucada Comecou, A / words by Myrta Silva, music by Ary Barroso -- Be Happy / words by Henry Nemo, music by Louis Prima and Edgar Battle -- Be Sure / words by Eddie DeLange, music by Bob Henderseon and Charlie Hathaway -- Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar / words and music by Don Raye, Hughie Prince and Eleanore Sheehy -- Beautiful Dreamer / words and music by Stephen Collins Foster -- Beautiful Girl Of The Prairie / words by Wilf Carter, music by C. Fernandez -- Because Of You / words and music by Arthur Hammerstein and Dudley Wilkinson -- Before And After / words and music by Russ Smith, Harry Hoffman and Sam Mineo -- Believing / words and music by Maurice Hart, Al Stillman and Bob Emmerich -- Belle Isle, Belle Isle, Our Own / words and music by Victor A. Tetreault -- Bellissima / words and music by Tony Colucci, Teresa Colucci and Gene Vincent -- Between Friends / words and music by Ted Straiter, Stanley Miller and Alan Lerner -- Beware Of The Man With A Mustache / words and music by Clarence Gaskill -- Beyond The Moon / words by Bill Engvick, music by Toots Mondello -- Bicycle Built For Two / words and music by Harry Dacre -- Big Noise From Winnetka / words by Gil Rodin and Bob Crosby, music by Bob Haggart and Ray Bauduc -- Bill Of Rights, The : from the musical "Meet The People" / words by Henry Myers, music by Jay Gorney -- Birmingham Woman / words and music by Bob Miller -- Blackout! Hold Me Tight / words by Bickley Reichner, music by Clay Boland -- Blame The Imp / words and music by Irving Moselowitz, Jimmy Eaton and Terry Shand -- Blanket Me With Western Skies / words and music by Toby Prin -- Bless 'Em All / words and music by Jimmy Hughes, Frank Lake and Al Stillman -- Blind Eyes / words by Velma Hitchcock, music by Vera Eakin -- Blitzkrieg Baby / words by Fred Fisher, music by Doris Fisher -- Blossoms Of Bali / words by Don McCray, music by Ralph Salisian -- Blue Angel / words by Billy Kaye, music by William Ortmann -- Blue Bird Of Happiness / words by Edward Heyman and Harry Parr Davies, music by Sandor Harmati and Harry Parr Davies -- Blue Dreams / words by Norman Lee Connard, music by Charlie Lambert -- Blue Lament / words and music by Harry Miller -- Bluebeard / words and music by Leo Goldsmith, Eddie Walker and Jerry Kanner -- Blue Lovebird : from the movie "Lillian Russell" / words by Gus Kahn, music by Bronislaw Kaper -- Blue Memories / words by Bill Hardy, music by Billy Moore, Jr. and Biff Hammond -- Blue Mist / words and music by Sid Feller -- Blue Moon Over The Redwoods / words and music by Mack David, Belle Fenstock and George W. Meyer -- Blue Tears / words and music by Cal De Voll -- Blueberry Hill / words and music by Al Lewis, Larry Stock and Vincent Rose -- Boog It / words and music by Cab Calloway, Buck Ram and Jack Palmer -- Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy / words and music by Don Raye and Hughie Prince -- Boston Terriers / words and music by Fred Waring, Frank Hower and Virgil Davis -- Bounce / words and music by Olsen and Johnson, Jay Levison and Ray Evans -- Boy Meets Horn / words by Irving Mills, music by Duke Ellington and Rex Stewart -- Braggin' / words by Jimmy Shirl and Robert Marko, music by Henry Manners -- Brasil / words by Pedro Berrios, music by Benedicto Lacerda and Aldo Cabral -- Breakfast For Two / words and music by Joe McKiernan, Art Wilson and Merrill Knighton -- Broadway And The Farm / words and music by Bill Post.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 183
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 183.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1939-1940.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 183
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