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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 152.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 152.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1932.

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reel 152 [1932 Souvenir-1932 Whispering]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 152 reel 152 [1932 Souvenir-1932 Whispering]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.
  • Target title.
  • Original scores in New York Public Library Music Division.
  • Microfilmed by Archival Micrographics, Midland Park, N.J., 1986.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • Souvenir of love : from the motion picture "Careless lady" / lyric and music by James F. Hanley -- Sparrows (in the rain) / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Martin Broones -- Speak to me with you eyes (Parle moi d'autre chose) : from "Continental varieties" / American lyric by Mitchell Parish, French lyric by Jean Delettre, music by Jean Delettre -- Speaking of love : from the revue "Walk a little faster" / words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Vernon Duke -- Spring comes dancing / words by Dorothy Dickinson, music by Montague F. Phillips -- Spring is here again / by Archie Gottler and Gladys Du Bois [2 copies] -- Spring is in my heart again / words by John Mercer, music by William Woodin [4 copies] -- Springtime in the valley / words and music by Earle Taylor Rush [lead sheet] -- Stand up and fight like h---! : from the musical "Forty-five minutes from Broadway" / words and music by George M. Cohan -- Starlight and you / lyric and music by Ida Klein and Forrest Johnson -- Stars, and a crescent moon / words by Phyllis Black, music by Eric Coates -- Stepping into love / words by Ted Koehler, music by Harold Arlen -- Stop the sun, stop the moon (my man's gone) / by Harty Cook, J. Russel Roinbson & Mercer Cook -- Stop the sun stop the moon (My gal's gone) / by Harty Cook, J. Russel Roinbson & Mercer Cook -- Strange as it seems / words by Andy Razaf, music by Thomas Waller -- Strange interlude / words by Ben Bernie & Walter Hirsch, music by Phil Baker [2 copies] -- Street of dreams / lyric by Sam M. Lewis, music by Victor Young [9 copies] -- Strike me pink (if I don't think I'm falling in love) : from the revue "Strike me pink" / by Lew Brown & Ray Henderson -- The sun's in my heart / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Abel Baer [3 copies] -- Sunset / lyric by Maurice Gunsky, music by Nat Goldstein -- Sunshine and happiness / by Oley Speaks -- Suva moon / words by Norman S. Hall, music by Gene Redewill -- Suzanne / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- Sweet dreams of you / by Barnard Savage -- Sweet little lady next door / words by John Mercer, music by Alfred Opler [2 copies] -- Sweet little stranger : from the musical "Smiling faces" / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- Sweet muchacha / by Milton Ager, Al Cameron and Al Hoffman -- Sweet violets (covered all over with snow) / words and music by Benny Samberg [2 copies] -- Sweetest of all my dreams / by Bob Miller -- Sweetheart hour / words by Ned Washington, music by James V. Monaco -- Sweethearts forever : from the motion picture "Crooner" / by Cliff Friend and Irving Caesar [2 copies] -- A symphony of love / words and music by Harry Revel and Mack Gordon.
  • Take a picture of the moon / words by Joe Young, music by Little Jack Little [2 copies] -- Take me away : from the revue "Earl Carroll vanities" / words by Sindey Clare and Chas. Tobias, music by Peter Tinturin -- Take me away : from the motion picture "The purchase price" / words by Sindey Clare and Chas. Tobias, music by Peter Tinturin -- Take me to the dance marathon / words and music by Andy Devere and Louis Mizrahi -- (Take me tonight to the old folks) Down in Sleepy Hollow Lane / word and music by Dave Ringle and James McCaffrey -- Take those blues away / words and music by Ed Lyons, arrangement by Ona Glass -- Take your time / words and music by Jerry Calonna, Sam Prager and Marty Quinto -- Tango of roses (Tango delle rose) / English version by Carol Raven, [music] by Schreier-Bottero [2 copies] -- Te quiero dijiste / letra y música de María Grever -- Teasing (I was only teasing you) / words by Cecil Mack, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Tell all your day dreams to me / by Billy James and Charlie Seitter -- Tell me again / words by George Graff Jr., music by Roland A. Ball -- Tell me tonight : from the motion picture "Be mine tonight" / English words by Frank Eyton from the German of Marcellus Schiffer, music by Mischa Spoliansky -- Tell me while we're dancing / lyric by Nick Kenny, music by Harry Link -- Tell me with tulips (that you'll forget me not) / words and music by J. Fred Coots and Little Jack Little [2 copies] -- Ten tiny toes—one baby nose (That's all I'm living for) / by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenhim & Ira Schuster -- Thank you for the evening / words by Gordon Clifford, music by Neil Morét -- Thanksgivin' / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Hoagy Carmichael [2 copies] -- That daddy and mother of mine / words by Al Bryan, music by Lou Handman [3 copies] -- That dame calle Mame / by Al Cameron, Pete Bontsema, Eddy Freckman -- That dear old fashioned mother (Tell mother in song) / words and music by Charles E. Smith -- That goes on for days / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall [2 copies] -- That night / words by Herb Magidson, music by Julian Woodworth -- That silver haired daddy of mine : from the motion picture "Tumbling tumbleweeds" / words & music by Jimmy Long & Gene Autry, arr. by Nick Manoloff [2 copies] -- That wonderful girl of mine : based on Mein shtetele Belz / original lyrics by Jacob Jacbos, English version by Sammy Gallop, music by Alexader Olshanetsky -- That's living / words by Roy Turk, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- That's what heaven means to me / words by Jack Yellen, music by Harry Akst -- That's why I left the mountains / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- That's why I'm alone / words by Rubey Cowan, music by Nathaniel Shilkret -- Them good old times (are coming back again) / by Bob Miller -- Then I found you / lyric by Charles Conlin, music by Newell Chase -- There I go dreaming again : from the musical "Hot-cha" / words and music by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson [3 copies] -- There is a garden in my heart / words by Lester O'Keefe, music by Jessie L. Deppen -- There ought to be a law against that / words and music by Isham Jones [2 copies] -- There will be a girl : from the musical "Smiling faces" / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- There's a blue sky 'way out yonder / by Arthur Fields, Fred Hall and Bert Van Cleve [2 copies] -- There's a cozy cottage down the lane / by Harold Spina -- There's a hill beyond a hill : from the musical "Music in the air" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- There's a little bit of devil in your angel eyes / words and music by Little Jack Little and J. Fred Coots -- There's a little side door to heaven / lyrics by Sam Lewis, music by Jack Glogau [ -- There's a rainbow on the river / words by Dave Oppenheim and Joe Young, music by Sam H. Stept -- There's no one livin' gonna break my heart / words by Joe Young, music by Pete Wendling -- There's nothing the matter with me : from the musical "Hot-cha" / words and music by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- There's oceans of love by the beautiful sea / by Little Jack Little and J. Fred Coots [2 copies] -- They all need a little hot-cha : from the musical "Hot-cha" / words and music by Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Think of me (I'll be thinking of you) / words by Gus Kahn, music by Grace Le Boy Kahn -- This is no dream / lyric by Billy Moll, music by Joseph Meyer -- Those were the very last word he said / by Arthur Fields and Fred Hall -- Thou shalt not! / lyric by Archie Gottler, music by Noel Gay [2 copies] -- Three guesses (Who do I love?) / by Benny Davis and Harry Akst [5 copies] -- Three kisses / lyric by George Whiting and Bob Schafer, music by J.C. Johnson -- Three on a match / words by Raymond B. Egan, music by Ted Fiorito -- Three's a crowd : from the motion picture "Crooner" / lyric by Al Dubin and Irving Kahal, music by Harry Warren -- Thrill me : from the musical "Ballyhoo of 32" / words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Lewis E. Gensler -- Throw a little salt on the blue bird's tail : from the motion picture "Handle with care" / words by Leo Robin, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Tia Juana Rose (Tiajuana Rose) (Rosa de México) / by Edward Manley, Spanish lyric by Homer Gayne -- Till the shadows retire / words and music by Bernie Kane -- Till tomorrow / by Matt Malneck, Jimmy Campbell, Reg. Connelly [7 copies] -- To arms! / words by Charles Tobias and Herb Magidson, music by Murray Mencher -- To California / lyric & music by Louise Graeser -- To thnk that you should care for me (Ich will nicht wissen wer du bist!) : from the motion picture "Don't tell me who you are" (Ich will nicht wissen wer du bist) / American lyric by Mitchell Parish, German lyric by Ernst Marischka, music by Robert Stolz -- To you, my love / lyric by Steve Nelson, music by Lou Herscher [3 copies] -- Rhymes / words and music by Leslie Sarony [2 copies] -- Tomasso rotundo (the basso profundo) / words by Harold Robe, music by Geoffrey O'Hara -- Tonight / by Bert Swanson, Ben De Buff and Al Woods -- Tonight may never come again : from the musical "Melody" / words by Irving Caesar, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Too many on your mind (Nobody in your heart) / words by Gus Kahn, music by Charles Agnew -- Too many tears / words by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren -- Toward the dawn : from the revue "George White's music hall varities" / words and music by Dave Ringle and Jess Jaffey -- The Toyland band / by Walter Hirsch, Jack O'Brien & Ted Weems -- Trade in your wishbone for a backbone (The tra-la-la-la song) / words by Ed Rose, music by Billy Loos -- Tramps at sea / lyrics and music by Herbert Stothart, Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields -- The tree that stands by the road / words & music by Bob Miller, Sid Lorraine & Charles Newman -- Tropico : from the musical "Tropico" / words and music by Elmer Eschmann -- True love never runs smooth / words by Tot Seymour and Jack Meskill, music by Vinccent Rose and Con Conrad -- Try a little tenderness / by Harry Woods, Jimmy Campbell, Reg. Connelly [9 copies] -- Turn back the page to our yesterday / words and music by Hank Keene -- Turn out the light : from the musical "Take a chance" / by B.G. De Sylva, Richard A. Whiting and [Nacio Herb Brown] -- Twas only a summer night's dream / words by Gus Kahn, music by Grace Le Boy Kahn [2 copies] -- Twenty million people : from the motion picture "Hello, everybody!" / lyrics by Sam Coslow, music by Arthur Johnston -- Twilight moon / lyric and music by Charles R. Callender -- Two brown eyes / words by Louise Townsend and Wendell Hall, music by Louise Townsend -- Two empty arms / lyric by Joe Young, music by Don Bestor -- Two guitars / English lyric by Howard Johnson, transcription by D. Savino.
  • Under a shady tree with you / by Little Jack Little & J. Fred Coots -- (Under the moon) Talking to you about me / lyrics by George Whiting and Nick Kenny, music by Ted Snyder -- Under the old apple tree / words and music by Gene Autry [2 copies] -- Under the old umbrella / by Bob Miller & Ben Selvin -- Under the stars / lyric by Max Lief, melody by Dave Snell [2 copies] -- Underneath the arches / by Bud Flanagan, additional American lyric by Joseph McCarthy [8 copies] -- Underneath the Harlem moon / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel [2 copies] -- Underneath the summer moon / words and music by Eugene West and James Dupreee -- Valentine : from the revue "Fanfare" / words by Desmond Carter, music by Henry Sullivan -- Vas villst du haben / words by Al Bryan, music by James V. Monaco [4 copies] -- Wavv you there, Sharlie? / by Jack Pearl, Wm. K. Wells, Charles Newman and Jimmie Monaco -- Virginia / words and music by Brooks Bowman and Richard Phelps -- The voice in the old village choir / words by Gus Kahn, music by Harry Woods [12 copies] -- Vote Democratic / words and music by Aaron Brown.
  • Wait for me / words and music by Frank Carl Young -- Waiting / by Elva Shields and Nina Shields Hammer -- Wait'll I get you in my dreams / words by Jack Scholl, music by Max Rich and Bradford Browne -- Wake up, America! / words by John T. Blossom, music by Fred G. Clark -- Walking alone / by Armand La France and Roberto Cervantes -- Walking doll / lyric & setting by H. Wakefield Smith -- Walking in the rain / words & music by Danny Fink -- Waltz me to sleep in your arms / words by Harry Pease, music by James V. Monaco -- The waltz of love / words and music by Herb Jones -- The waltz that brought you back to me : from the revue "George White's Music hall varieties" / words by Irving Caesar, music by Carmen Lombardo -- Waltzing in a dream / words by Bing Crosby & Ned Washington, music by Victor Young -- Wanderer's life / [by] Albert Joseph Morganti -- Was last night my last night with you? / words and music by Jack Miller and Jack Erickson -- Was that all I meant to you? / words by Charlie Tobias and Benny Davis, music by Peter De Rose -- Water falls (Say you'll be mine) / words by Art Wakolee, music by Gladys Carmen Wakolee -- Way back home / words by Phillips H. Lord and May Singhi Breen, music by Peter De Rose -- Way down south where the blues began / by W.C. Handy -- Way down south where the blues began : from the motion picture "St. Louis blues" / by W.C. Handy -- The way I feel tonight / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Frank Perkins -- We are Meglin kiddies now / words and music by Dan J. Michaud -- We belong together : from the musical "Music in the air" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- We better get together again / by Cliff Friend and Con Conrad -- We just couldn't say goodbye / by Harry Woods [9 copies] -- We want a man like Roosevelt / words & music by Kenneeth Wardell, arranged by Charles Coleman -- We want beer / by Peter Stephen West -- We were only walking in the moonlight / by Bud Green, Johnny Burke and Harold Spina -- We will always be sweethearts : from the motion picture "One hour with you" / words by Leo Robin, music by Oscar Straus [2 copies] -- Wear a big broad smile / by Charles B. Weston -- Weary of me / words by Mitchell Parish and Jack Bornkessell, music by Hughie Barrett -- Weary roamer / words and music by Irene G. Beck -- Welcome / words by Norman A. MacKinnon, music by Marion V. Thompson -- We'll dilly dally along : from the revue "Dilly dally" / lyric by Tom Connell, music by Will Heagney -- We'll see it through! / lyric by Cliff Friend, music by Carmen Lombardo -- Well! Well! Well! / by Walter Donaldson -- We're a couple fo soldieres my baby and me / words and music by Harry Woods -- We're all with you Mister Roosevelt / words & music by Robert Mack -- We're alone / words by Arthur Freed, melodby by Harry Barris [2 copies] -- We're dancing together again / words by Dafe Oppenheim, music by Albert Gumble -- On the right road with Roosevelt! / by Robert Sterling -- We've been so long together (why leave each other now) / words and music by Vincent Rose, Al Bryan and Sidney Clare [2 copies] -- We've got the moon and sixpence : from the musical "Out of the bottle" / words by Clifford Grey, music by Oscar Levant.
  • What a life! (Trying to live without you) / words by Charlotte Kent, music by Louis Alter [2 copies] -- What a lucky break / words by Ben Ryan, music by Violinsky -- What a perfect combination : from the motion picture "The kid from Spain" / lyrics by Bert Kalmar and Irving Caesar, music by Harry Ruby and Harry Akst -- What did I get in return / word by Joe Young, music by Matt Malneck -- If you don't care about me / words by Jack Yellen, music by Harry Akst -- What do the cover charges cover? / words & music by Phil Cook -- What do you want with money? : from the motion picture "Hallelujah, I'm a bum" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- What happened to the couple next door / words by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- What more can I ask / lyric by Anona Winn, music by Ray Noble -- What! No Mickey Mouse? What kind of a party is this? / by Irving Caesar [2 copies] -- What will I do without you (What will you do without me) / lyric by John Mercer and Hilda Gottlieb, music by Lewis E. Gensler [2 copies] -- What will tomorrow bring / words by Gus Kahn, music by Philip Charig -- What would happen to me if something happened to you? / by Harry Woods -- What would you do : from the motion picture "One hour with you" / lyric by Leo Robin, music by Richard A. Whiting -- What would you say / words and music by Eddie De Lange -- What's that feelin' / words and music by Gene Redewill -- When a pal bids a pal goodbye / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Sam H. Stept -- When Gabriel blows his horn / words by Andy Razaf, music by Thomas Waller -- When I carried your books home from school / words by Howard Phillips and James Cavanaugh, music by Frank Weldon -- When I do what I do / by Nat Reed -- When I go home / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Joseph Meyer -- (When I hear an old pal singing) An old-time song / by Thurland Chattaway and Harry Armstrong -- When I kissed that girl good-bye / words and music by Little Jack Little -- When I look into your eyes / by Buddy Fields and Gerald Marks -- When I see roses / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- When I see roses / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson, arr. by Wm. Schoenberger -- When I was a boy from the mountains (and you were a girl from the hills) / words & music by Geroge Brown & Victor Young -- When I'm sippin' a soda with Susie / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- When I'm the president (We want Cantor) / verses by Al Lewis, set to music by Al Sherman -- When it rains you are my rainbow / by Cornell -- When it's autumn in the hills of California / by Jessie Warner Dunford -- (When it's) Darkness on the delta / words by Marty Symes and Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Levinson [7 copies] -- When it's springtime in the Blue Ridge Mountains / words and music by George Pitman -- When love's the gondolier / lyric by Hal Billings, music by Henry R. Cohen -- When mother played the organ (and daddy sang a hymn) / words by Dick Sanford, music by George B. McConnell -- When somebody sings 'Home sweet home' / words by Dick Sanford, music by George B. McConnell -- When someone sings 'Mother Machree' / lyric by James J. Wills, music by J.E. Andino -- When the day is over / words & music by Sherman Dirkson -- When the flow'rs are blooming in the springtime / by Al Cameron and Pete Bontsema -- When the lights are soft and low / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Peter Tinturin -- When the morning rolls around / by Harry Woods, Jimmy Campbell, Reg. Connelly [2 copies] -- When the old love songs were new / words & music by Clarence Gaskill -- When the right one comes along : from the motion picture "Marriage by contract" / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Mabel Wayne -- When the spring is in the air : from the musical "Music in the air" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- When the wandering boy comes home / by Little Jack Little, Dave Oppenhim & Ira Schuster -- When times get better / lyric by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- WHen we carved our hearts on the old oak tree / words & music by Cal De Voll -- When we get our beer and wine / words & music by A.L. Segal -- When we ride on the merry-go-round / lyric by Jack Keith and Earl McCarron, music by Ralph W. Bolton [2 copies] -- When we were all together (by the fireside back home) / words by Dick Sanford, music by George B. McConnell -- When work is through / words and music by Al Sherman -- When you brought me back to say good-bye / words & music by Jimmie Day, arr. by Harry T. Walz -- When you understand each other / by Little Jack Little, Ira Schuster and Dave Oppenheim -- When you're gettin' along with your gal / words by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain [2 copies] -- When your eyes look into mine (Dans vos yeux pleins de candeur) / English lyrics by Louis Weslyn, music and French lyrics by Varvara Molchanoff -- Where are you? : from the play "The game of life" / words by Hilda Tuerpe, [music by] Willy Reske -- Where are you? (Girl of my dreams) : from the motion picture "The Cohens and Kellys in Hollywood" / by Bing Crosby, Irving Bibo and Paul McVey [2 copies] -- Where are you to-night? / words by Nick Kenny, music by Helen Crawford [2 copies] -- Where did you get that hat? / words & music by Jos. J. Sullivan, revised by Sylvester Krouse -- Where did you get that pair of big bright eyes? / by Billy Frisch and Otto Motzan -- Where have we met before? : from the revue "Walk a little faster" / words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Vernon Duke -- Where I wonder where / words and music by Milton Drake, Walter Kent and Terry Shand -- Where the sunshine's made : from "The Buck Hill follies of 1932" / words and music by Kennedy and Hopkins -- While the rest of the world is sleeping / words by Charles Tobias and Murray Rich, music by Peter De Rose -- While we were waltzing / words and music by Herman Hupfeld -- While we're sitting in the dark / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Sam H. Stept -- The whisper waltz / words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Joe Burke [2 copies] -- Whispering wind : based on a theme from howard Hanson's Symphony no. 2, "Romantic" / words by Sylvia Dee, music by Syl Novelli.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 152
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 152.
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 152
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