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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 149.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 149.
Publication
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1932.

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reel 149 [1932 Half-1932 In Egern]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 149 reel 149 [1932 Half-1932 In Egern]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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Description
1 reel of microfilm; 35 mm.
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Note
  • 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.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • Half a mile away from home / words and music by Bernice Petkere -- Half past kissing time / words by Mort Dixon, music by Jesse Greer -- Hallelujah, I'm a bum : from the motion picture "Hallelujah, I'm a bum" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Hallelujah I'm a bum -- Hand me down my walkin' cane -- Happy-go-lucky-you and broken hearted me / lyrics & music by Jack Murray, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman [3 copies] -- Harlem lullaby / words and music by Margot Millham and Willard Robison -- Hasta la vista (Till we meet again) / words and music by Don Pedro, Jerry Costello, Ed. A. Garvey -- Hats off here comes a lady / words by Joe Young, music by Bernice Petkere -- Have a litle faith in Uncle Sam / words by Harold Adamson, music by J. Fred Coots -- Having a good time wish you were here / lyric by Al Dubin and Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- Hawaiian moon of melody / words and music by W. Seavey Hudson -- Hazen moon / words and music by Earle Taylor Rush, arr. by Alice Cary Longfellow -- A heart of stone / words by Bruce Sievier, music by Ord Hamilton -- Heart to heart / words and music by Herman Pincus, Ted Brewer and Billy Barry -- Hello, evening star / by Jack Scholl, Henry Lodge & Emil Seidel -- Hello good-bye / words and music by Howard S. Dickey -- Hello! gorgeous / by Walter Donaldson -- Hello sweetheart hello / words by Noble Sissle, music by J. Russel Robinson [3 copies] -- Hell's bells / words and music by Art Kassel -- Here again, gone again love affair / by Allie Wrubel, Herb Magidson and Ned Washington [2 copies] -- Here it is Monday and I've still got a dollar / words by Mose Sigler, music by Michael H. Cleary [5 copies] -- Here lies love : from the motion picture "The big broadcast" / words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger [2 copies] -- Here's hoping / words by Harold Adamson, music by J. Fred Coots [4 copies] -- The hill billy / words by Jessie Cox, music by Jack Mahoney -- Hoch, Caroline! : from the musical "Tell her the truth" / words by R.P. Weston and Bert Lee, music by Jack Waller and Joseph Tunbridge -- Hold me closer : from the revue "George White's Music hall varieties" / by Jack Scholl, Frank Littau and Max Rich -- Hold up your hands (in the name of love) / words by Mercer Cook and Thos. Blandford, music by J. Russel Robinson [2 copies] -- Hold your horses / words by Al Bryan, music by James. V. Monaco -- Holding my honey's hand / lyrics by Walter Hirsch, music by Al Goering and Ben Bernie [7 copies] -- Home folks / words and music by James F. Hanley -- Home on the range / arranged by Verne Elliot -- Home on the range / arranged by Harold Potter [3 copies] -- Home to Harlem : from the revue "Strike me pink" / by Lew Brown & Ray Henderson -- Homesick and lonesome / words by Herb Magidson, music by Al Hoffman & Al Goodhart -- Honey (Oh, you're so sweet) / by Larry Funk and Johnny Costello -- Honeymoon Isle / words by Agnes L. Reinert, music by Jack Mahoney -- (The honeymoon song) What wouldja like for breakfast? / by Walter Kent -- How about you and me? / words by Jack Yellen, music by Dan Dougherty [2 copies] -- How can I be anything but blue / by Buddy Fields and Gerald Marks -- How can I go on without you : from the radio program "Hayfields' pleasures of 1932" / words and music by Frank Westphal [2 copies] -- How can you say no : from the motion picture "Blessed event" / lyric by Al Dubin and Irving Kahal, music by Joe Burke [2 copies] -- How deep is the ocean (how high is the sky) / words and music by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- How do you do, beautiful you / words by Herb Magidson and Joan Jasmyn, music by M.K. Jerome [2 copies] -- How do you do it? : from the musical "Ballyhoo of 32" / words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Lewis E. Gensler [2 copies] -- How long has this been going on? / lyrics by Jack Keith, music by Archie Bleyer -- How'm I doin'? / words and music by Lem Fowler & Don Redman [3 copies] -- How's your romance? : from the musical "Gay divorce" / words and music by Cole Porter -- Hula love tune / words and music by Arthur Freed -- Hum a tune / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- Humpty-Dumpty : from the musical "Humpty-Dumpty" / lyric by B.G. De Sylva, music by Richard A. Whiting & Herb Brown Nacio [Nacio Herb Brown] [2 copies].
  • I am so eager : from the musical "Music in the air" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- I ask not who you are : from the musical "Beloved rogue" / English words by Lester O'Keefe, music by Robert Stolz -- I beg your pardon, mademoiselle / words by Herb Magidson, music by Sam H. Stept -- I bet nobody ever heard a song like this / words by Mercer Cook and Rusk Smith, music by J. Russel Robinson -- I called to say goodnight (Gut' Nacht mein Leib gut' Nacht) / words by Joe Young, German lyric by Egon Schubert, music by Werner Bochmann & Con Conrad -- I can sew a button : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies" / lyric by Sammy Lerner, music by Gerald Marks -- I cannot tell you why (all I know is I'm in love with you) / lyric by Roy Turk, music by J. Fred Coots [2 copies] -- I can't believe it's true / words & music by Chas. Newman, Ben Bernie and Isham Jones [10 copies] -- I can't believe that it's you / by L. Wolfe Gilbert & Abner Silver -- I can't forget / words by Don Valentine, music by John McLaughlin -- I can't forget (that you forgot about me) / by Gus Kahn, Ben Bernie and Chester Cohn [3 copies] -- I can't think of anything but you / words and music by Charles O'Flynn, Bobbe Robinson and Clarence Williams -- I could go for you in a great big way / words & music by Joe McKiernan & Merrill Knighton -- I don't know how I can do without you : from "The alarm clock" / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Martin Broones -- I don't stand a ghosth of a chance with you / lyric by Bing Crosby & Ned Washington, music by Victor Young [4 copies] -- I don't want to get married / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- I don't want to go to bed / by Stanley Lupino and Noel Gay -- I dreamt I was pardoned / words and music by Bob Miller -- I forgive you / words by Jack Yellen, music by Harold Arlen [2 copies] -- I found a brand new sweetheart (in an old gal of mine) / words by Nick Kenny, music by Ira Schuster -- I found my romance for ten cents a dance / lyric by Irving Kahal and Al Dubin, music by Sam H. Stept -- I gave the right kind of love (to the wrong kind of man) / lyric by Allen Taub & Ben Gordon, music by Lou Herscher -- I got myself in bad being too good to you / lyric by Sam M. Lewis, music by Sammy Fain -- I got the potatoes, I got the tomatoes but someone else has got my girl / by Al Lewis, Al Sherman and Lee David -- I gotta right to sing the blues : from the revue "Earl Carroll vanities" / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Harold Arlen [3 copies] -- I guess I'll have to change my plan (The blue pajama song) / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz [2 copies] -- I guess I'll have to change my plan (The blue pajama song) : from the motion picture "The band wagon" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- I guess it wasn't mean to be / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- I hate to be called a hobo / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- I hate to think that you'll grow old, baby : from the revue "Strike me pink" / by Lew Brown & Ray Henderson -- I heard a song : based on Papirossen (Cigarettes) / English version by Ralph Freed, music by Hyman Yablokoff -- I know you're lying, but I love it / lyric by Dave Oppenheim, music by Sam H. Stept [2 copies] -- I laughed so heard I nearly died / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- I like to go back in the evening (to that old sweetheart of mine) / lyrics by Richard W. Pascoe, music by H.O'Reilly Clint and Clarence Williams -- I love to see the evenin' sun go down so I can be with you / by Maceo Pinkard and Jack Palmer -- I love Virginia / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- I love you because I love you / words and music by Jack Murrray, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman -- I love you pizzicato / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- I loves ya' / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Dudley Wilkinson -- I may never pass your way again / lyric by Irving Kahal, music by Harry Warren [3 copies] -- I must tell someone / words by Harold Orlob, music by Justin Ring -- I never liked, like I like you / by Joe Young and Dave Dreyer -- I only found you for somebody else / lyric by Charles Newman, music by Isham Jones -- I only know that I love you that's all that matters to me / lyric by Herb Magidson, music by Sam H. Stept [5 copies] -- I only want a buddy - not a sweetheart / by Eddie Jones, arr. by Nick Manoloff [4 copies] -- I played fiddle for the czar / lyric by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- I say it's spinach : from the revue "Face the music" / by Irving Berlin -- I send my love with these roses / lyric by Benny Davis, music by Joe Burke [3 copies] -- I still believe in love / by Allan Flynn, Phil Ponce & Jack Egan -- I stumbled over you and fell in love : from the musical "Smiling faces" / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- I think too much of you / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- I wanna be loved / lyric by Billy Rose and Edward Heyman, music by Johnny Green [2 copies] -- I want to be a popular millionaire : from the musical "Forty-five minutes from Broadway" / words and music by George M. Cohan -- I want to be with you : from the musical "Take a chance" / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Vincent Youmans -- I want to go home / words and music by Joe Sanders -- I want you more each day / by Barnard Savage -- I want your heart / words by Desmond Carter, music by Haydn Wood -- I was introduced to heaven (when I was introduced to you) / lyric by Sammy Mysels and Dorothy Dick, music by Harry Link -- I was so weak (love was so strong) : from the revue "Harlem hotcha" / lyric by Andy Razaf, music by James P. Johnson -- I was taken by storm / by Irving Bibo and Basil Ziegler [2 copies] -- I wish I could leave you alone / words and music by Joe Young, John Siras and Beneé Russell -- I wish I had wings / by Harry Woods -- I wish we could dance forever / by Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart and Geo. Waggner -- (I would do) Anything for you / by Alexander Hill, Bob Williams and Claude Hopkins [2 copies] -- I wouldn't trade the silver in my mother's hair for all the gold in the world / by Little Jack Little and J. Fred Coots.
  • I'd rather be your used-to-be than your never was-at-all / words and music by Seymour Simons -- I'd rather stay home with Mickey Mouse than go out with a rat like you / words by Jack Meskill, music by Lee David -- If I can take you from somebody else then some one can take you from me / words & music by May Doree -- If I could call you sweetheart / by Charles Newman, Frank Magine and Charles Agnew [2 copies] -- If I ever get a job again / lyric by Sam M. Lewis, music by Abel Baer -- If I ever meet the girl of my dreams / by Little Jack Little and Tea Little [2 copies] -- If I had a girl like my mother (I'd be a feller like dad) / lyric by Joe Young, music by Little Jack Little -- If I lost you / words and music by June Walker -- If I love again : from the musiccal "Hold your horses" / words by J.P. Murray, music by Ben Oakland -- If I only had a five cent piece / by Irving Caesar [2 copies] -- (If I'm) Nice to you / by Nacio Herb Brown and Richard A. Whiting -- If it ain't love / words and music by Andy Razaf, Donald Redman and Thomas Waller [2 copies] -- If stars were tears / words by Frank Eyton, music by Eric Coates -- If you and I must part / words and music by Melvin "Mel" Walker -- If you see my little mountain gal / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- If you were only mine / lyric by Charles Newman, music by Isham Jones [5 copies] -- I'll always speak well of you / by Charles Tobias, Sidney Clare, Murray Mencher -- I'll ballyhoo you / words by Edward Eliscu, music by Dmitri Tiomkin -- I'll be much obliged to you / by Buddy Fields and Gerald Marks -- I'll be the meanest man in town ('till you're nice to me) / words and music by Sam H. Stept [2 copies] -- I'll do it again : from the motion picture "Hallelujah, I'm a bum" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- I'll do my best to make you happy : from the motion picture "Say it with music" / words and music by Ray Noble -- I'll follow you / lyric by Roy Turk, melody by Fred E. Ahlert [7 copies] -- I'll forgive you / words by Caspar Tabler, music by Al. de Long -- I'll get along somehow / by Buddy Fields and Gerald Marks [4 copies] -- I'll keep on loving you : from "Hollyhock Lane" / words and music by Jake Hammond -- I'll make you love me (Lesz maga juszt is az enyem) : from the play "Reunion in Vienna" / English lyrics by Erno Beda, music by Eisemann Mihaly -- I'll meet you in Loveland / by Mary J. Schaeffer -- I'll miss you in the evening / by Irving Berlin -- I'll never be the same / words by Gus Kahn, music by Matt Malneck and Frank Signorelli [8 copies] -- I'll never have to dream again / words by Charles Newman, music by Isham Jones [11 copies] -- I'll remember / words and music by Val Burton and Will Jason -- I'll see you in the morning / by Buddy Fields and Gerald Marks -- I'll sneak up on happiness / by Wm. T. Kent, James Kendis and Hal Dyson -- I'll take you home again, Kathleen / by Thomas P. Westendorf -- I'll travel the highway without you (singing my love songs alone) / by Margie Morris, Jimmie Vollmer & Frank Capano -- The illegitimate daughter : from the musical "Of thee I sing" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin [2 copies] -- I'm alone with my dreams of you / by Kendall Burgess and Harold Raymond -- I'm back in my tumble down shack / by Richard W. Pascoe, Monte Carlo & Alma Sanders -- I'm dreaming, sweetheart, of you / words by Gertrude Cunningham, music by Jack Mahoney -- I'm forgetting myself for you / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Joseph Meyer -- I'm gettin' sentimental over you : from the motion picture "Ship ahoy" / lyrics by Ned Washington, music by George Bassman -- I'm glad I'm a bum / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- I'm grateful, Lawd! / words and music by Dave Ringle and James McCaffrey -- I'm in love with a tune : from the motion picture "Dancers in the dark" / lyric and music by Ralph Rainger -- I'm in quest of an old fashioned boy friend (who's in quest of an old fashioned miss) / words and music by Dorothy Ross Hamel -- I'm jealous because I love you / words & music by Fred Cavi -- I'm keepin' my love for you / words and music by Al J. Neiburg, Ray Bretz and Ted Weitz -- I'm living my life for you / by Harl Smith, Hap Miller and Ned Washington -- I'm makin' hay in the moonlight in my baby's arms : from the motion picture "Blessed event" / lyric by Tot Seymour, music by Jesse Greer -- I'm not complaining / words by Roy Turk, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- I'm not foolin' (when I say 'I love you') / words by Charles Tobias, music by Leo Edwards -- I'm on pins and needles ('cause I'm dead stuck on you) / words by Joe Young, music by Henry H. Tobias -- I'm playing with fire / by Irving Berlin [3 copies] -- I'm so alone with the crowd (The gang song) / by Little Jack Little & Joe Young -- I'm so in love / by Walter Donaldson -- (I'm' still without a sweetheart) With summer coming on / words by Roy Turk, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- I'm sure of everything but you / by Charles O'Flynn, George Meyer and Pete Wendling [6 copies] -- I'm thankful / words by Charles Tobias, music by Arthur Johnston -- I'm walking through heaven / words and music by Joe Turner -- I'm way ahead of the game / by B.G. De Sylva, Richard A. Whiting and Herb Brown Nacio [Nacio Herb Brown] -- I'm your slave of love / words and music by Fred Cavi -- I'm yours for tonight / words by Edgar Leslie, music by James V. Monaco [2 copies] -- Impulsive incident / words by Joan Jasmyn, music by M.K. Jerome -- In a little blue canoe with you / by George McConnell, Dick Sanford & Jessie Belknap -- I'm a little German garden (underneath the pretzel vine) / Lyric by Gus Kahn, music by J. Fred Coots -- In a quaint little English town : from the revue "Dilly dally" / lyrics by Will Heagney and Tom Connell, music by Will Heagney -- In a shanty in old shanty town / words by Joe Young, music by Little Jack Little and John Siras [5 copies] -- In a sleepy little village / words by Billy Moll, music by Red Norvo -- In an old arm chair / lyric by Howard Johnson, music by Ross MacLean -- In dear old Tennessee / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- In Egern on the Tegern See : from the musical "Music in the air" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies].
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 149
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 149.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1932.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 149
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