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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 160.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 160.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1934.

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reel 160 [1934 In a town-1934 Mystery]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 160 reel 160 [1934 In a town-1934 Mystery]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.
  • 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
  • In a town in old New England / lyric by Al Bryan, music by Lou Handman -- In an old log cabin / by Charlie Tobias, Ray Klages, Murray Mencher -- In mem'ry of one hour of love / words and musci by Chas. Gillenson, Herbert Weymann and Lou Herscher -- In my country that means love / words by Johnny Burke, music by Harold Spina -- In old Vienna / words by Stella Unger, music by Fred Fisher -- In other words we're through / by Marty Symes, Al J. Neiburg, Jerry Levinson [3 copies] -- In the churchyard / lyric by Walter Hirsch, music by Hoagy Carmichael -- In the gloaming / [by] A.F. Harrison -- In the good old wintertime : from the motion picture "Shoot the works" / lyrics and music by Mack Gordon, Harold Adamson & Harry Revel -- In the middle of a kiss / by Lew Pollack and Paul Francis Webster -- In the moonlight's silver trail / by Berry J. Sisk -- In the quiet of an autumn night / by Pat Ballard and Charles Henderson [2 copies] -- In the shade of the pine / lyric by James Howard, music by Tom Donnelly and Betty Donnelly -- In the shadow of love / words and music by Val Jean -- In the valley of yesterday / words by Howard Johnson, music by Eugene Gifford -- In this land of freedom / words and music by Albert M. Hansen, arranged by Vern Elliott -- Infatuation / words & music by Walter G. Samuels & Leonard Whitcup -- Irresistible / words by Johnny Burke, music by Harold Spina -- Is I gotta go to school, ma? / words by Mabel Robinson and Fran Brooks, music by J. Russel Robinson -- Is it wrong / words by Earl Lisson, music by Beatrice Laffend -- Isle of Capri / words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Will Grosz [2 copies] -- Isn't it a shame? / by Abner Silver, Al Sherman & Al Lewis [5 copies] -- Isn't it June : from the musical "Say when" / words by Ted Koehler, music by Ray Henderson -- Isn't this the night (Isn't that the moon?) / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Harry Carroll -- It doesn't cost a thing to dream / lyric by Jules Loman and Allan Roberts, music by Hugo Rubens -- It happened when your eyes met mine / words by Roy Turk, music by Harry Akst [4 copies] -- It happens to the best of friends / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Rube Bloom -- It was a blind date / by Abner Silver, Al Sherman and Al Lewis -- (It was) Sweet of you : from the motion picture "Transatlantic merry-go-round" / words by Sidney Clare, music by Richard A. Whiting -- It's all forgotten now / words and music by Ray Noble -- It's an old-fashioned world after all / words and music by Al Bryan, Geo. W. Meyer, Pete Wendling -- It's dark on Observatory Hill / words by Johnny Burke, music by Harold Spina -- It's delightful to be married : from the motion picture "The great Ziegfeld" / word by Anna Held, music by V. Scotto -- It's easy to remember : from the motion picture "Mississippi" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- It's funny to everyone but me / lyric by Dave Franklin, music by Isham Jones -- It's happened again / lyrics and music by Madeleine Hyde -- It's home : from the motion picture "Marie Galante" / lyric by Jack Yellen, music by Jay Gorney -- It's June in January : from the motion picture "Here is my heart" / lyric by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger -- It's love time / words by Dorothy Dick, music by Adrian Levy -- It's my knight to howl / by Phil Baxter and Joe Haymes -- It's springtime in my dreams / words and music by Earle Taylor Rush [lead sheet] -- It's swell (even tho' it's just a dream) / words and music by Marty Symes, Al J. Neiburg & Jerry Levinson -- It's the animal in me : from the motion picture "The big broadcast of 1935" / lyric and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- It's the animal in me : from the motion picture "We're not dressing" / lyric and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- It's time to say good-night / words by Kate Gibson, music by Henry Hall -- It's written all over your face / lyric by Nat Schwartz, music by Basil G. Adlam -- I've been around : from the motion picture "I've been around" / by Jack Meskill and Jack Stern -- I've found a little grass skirt for my little grass shack in Hawaii / words and music by Harry Owens and Johnny Noble -- I've got a warm spot in my heart for you / words by Johnny Burke, music by Harold Spina -- I've got a watch / words by Maurice Sigler, music by J. Fred Coots -- I've got an invitation to a dance / by Marty Symes, Al J. Neiburg, Jerry Levinson [6 copies] -- I've got love / words by John Murray, music by Phil Baker -- I've got rhumbatism / lyric by Mack David, music by Al Goodhart & Al Hoffman -- I've got sand in my shoes : from the motion picture "Convention girl" / lyric by Arthur Swanstrom, music by Louis Alter -- I've got you on the top of my list : from the motion picture "Wild gold" / words by Sidney Clare, music by Jay Gorney -- I've had my moments : from the motion picture "Hollywood party" / lyric by Gus Kahn, melody by Walter Donaldson -- I've loved the same girl for fifty years / by Lew Brown and Lou Alter -- I've nothing to offer / lyrics by Lew Brown, music by Harry Akst.
  • Jake my dear and Lena darling / words by Dick Sanford, music by Nat Osborne -- Jimmie Rodgers' last blue yodel (The women make a fool out of me) / by Jimmie Rodgers -- Jingle bells / -- Jitter bug / by Cab Calloway, Irving Mills, Ed Swayze -- Josephine : from the motion picture "Little women" / words by Val Burton and Will Jason, music by Max Steiner -- Judy / by Hoagy Carmichael and Sammy Lerner -- June in January : from the motion picture "Love in bloom" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger [3 copies] -- Jungle fever : from the motion picture "Operator 13" / lyric by Howard Dietz, melody by Walter Donaldson -- Junk man / words by Frank Loesser, music by Joseph Meyer -- Just a fair weather friend / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Matt Malneck [2 copies] -- Just a perfect night for love / words by Dave Oppenheim, music by Teddy Powell and Abe Lyman -- Just an old banjo (without any strings) / lyric by Bartley Costello, music by J. Rosamond Johnson and Rudy Vallée -- Just an old dusty trunk in the attic / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Nat Simon, Harold Raymond -- Just once too often / lyric by Joe Young and Charlie Tobias, melody by Sam H. Stept [3 copies] -- Just one kiss / words by Stuart Ayres, music by Roger H. Eckersley -- Just say the word : from the musical "Saluta" / words by Milton Berle, music by Frank D'Armond -- Keep me in your dreams / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by Roy Ingraham -- King Kamehameha, the conqueror of the islands / by Johnny Noble and Ted Fio Rito -- Kissing games / words and music by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman.
  • La cucaracha (Mexican cockroach song) / arranged by Michel Whitehill -- La cucaracha / arranged by Harold Potter -- La cucaracha : from the motion picture "Viva Villa" / English lyrics by Ned Washington, transcription by D. Savino -- La cucaracha (The Mexican cockroach song) : from the motion picture "Viva Villa" / English text by Stanley Adams, arranged by Paul Hill [2 copies] -- Lady of Madrid / music by Tolchard Evans, words by Robert Hargreaves & Stanley J. Damerell -- Lamplight : from the revue "New faces" / words and music by James Shelton -- Lamplight / words and music by James Shelton [2 copies] -- Las mañanitas (Good morning) / English lyrics by Carol Raven, arranged by Paul Hill -- Last of the 21 year prisoner / by Bob Miller -- Lawd, I give you my children / words by Johnny Mercer, music by Bernie Hanighen -- A lazy day in the sun just readin' fishin' dreamin' / by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- Lazy rhapsody / words and music by Howard Jackson, Harry Sosnik, Ned Washington -- Lazy river reverie / lyrics by Eddie Cochran and George Byrd, melody by Whitey Haines [2 copies] -- Learning / by Marty Symes, Al J. Neiburg & Jerry Levinson -- A lemon in the garden of love : from the play "The American way" / lyrics by M.E. Rourke, music by Richard Carle -- Let me call you mine / words and music by Wendell Hall and Howard Johnson -- Let us waltz as we say goodbye / words and music by Art L. Beiner and Kenneth S. Clark -- Let's be thankful / by Benee Russell, Ben Oakland, Gordon Clifford [2 copies] -- Let's both say we're sorry before we say goodbye / words and music by Cliff Slider & Asher Sizemore -- Let's call it all a dream / by Ted Powell, Lew Pollack and Paul Francis Webster [2 copies] -- Let's dress for dinner tonight / words by Mack David, music by Abner Silver -- Let's forget tomorrow tonight (Noche misteriosa de amor) / English words by E.Y. Harburg, Spanish words by Maria Grever, music by Maria Grever -- Let's give three cheers for love : from the motion picture "College rhythm" / lyric and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel -- Let's go places and do things : from the motion picture "Rainbow over Broadway" / lyric by Harry MacPherson, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Let's have a jubilee! / words and music by Alex Hill and Irving Mills -- Let's have breakfast in bed / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Sam H. Stept -- Let's hold hands : from the musical "Fools rush in" / words by June Sillman, music by Richard Lewine -- Let's put two and two together / words and music by Con Conrad, Sidney Mitchell & Archie Gottler -- Let's spend an evening at home / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by Harry Barris -- Let's take a walk around the block : from the musical "Life begins at 8:40" / words by Ira Gershwin and E.Y. Harburg, Music by Harold Arlen (2 copies) -- Life begins with love : from the play "Merrily we roll along" / lyrics by Charles Tobias, music by Joseph Cooper -- The lights are low (The music is sweet) / words and music by Cliff Friend and Carmen Lombardo -- Like a bolt from the blue : from the 25th edition of the "Cotton Club parade" / words and music by Ben Oakland, Mitchell Parish, Irving Mills -- Like a star in the night : from the "Swift radio program" / lyric by Eddward Heyman, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Like a story in a magazine / lyric by Al J. Neiburg, music by Jerry Levinson -- Lilacs in the rain / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Peter De Rose [7 copies] -- The lily of Hill Billy Valley / words by Ted Richmond and Will Livernash, music by Will Livernash -- Limehouse nights : from the motion picture "Limehouse nights" / words and music by Sam Coslow -- Lingering in memory's arms : from the radio program "The Mississippi showboat four" / words by Jay Kay, music by Neil Wrightman -- A little angel told me so : from the motion picture "Me without you" / words and music by Sam Coslow -- A little church around the corner / words by Rene Walker, music by Joe Burke -- Little did I dream : from the motion picture "Bottoms up" / words by Harodl Adamson, music by Burton Lane -- Little flower / words and music by Edward McGuire, Frank Donovan and George Carpenter -- A little like you (and a little like me) / by Maceo Pinkard -- Little man you've had a busy day / words by Maurice Sigler and Al Hoffman, music by Mabel Wayne -- Little mother Asthore / words by Grace E. McDermott, music by Lon B. Worth -- The little red hen / music and lyrics by Carl Stallings, extra lyrics by Otto Englander, arranged by Paul Hill -- Little tavern on top of the hill / words by Monte Carlo, music by Alma Sanders -- Little thoughts / words and music by Joe Reichman and Grace Kay White -- The little white church (in the niche) / words & music by Rose Estelle Oliver -- London on a rainy night / words by Ned Washington, music by Sam H. Stept -- Lonely feet : from the play "Three sisters" / words by Oscar Hammerstein, music by Jerome Kern -- Lonely road : from the motion picture "Song of freedom" / words by Henrik Ege, music by Eric Ansell -- Lonely street / by Pearl Fein [3 copies] -- Lonesome China boy / lyric by Mort Greene, music by Harry Barris -- Long about midnight / by Irving Mills & Alex Hill -- Long may we love / lyrics by Ralph Freed, music by Roscoe Hillman -- Looks like a beautiful day / by Eugene West, Geo. W. Meyer & Pete Wendling, arr. by Paul Hill -- Looks like I'm breakin' the ice / by Chas. McCarthy, James Cavanaugh and Frank Weldon -- Lorana / words and music by Minnie E. George -- Los Angeles / words and music by Melvina A. Lott -- Lost in a fog / lyric by Dorothy Fields, melody by Jimmy McHugh [16 copies] -- Love : from the operetta "Annina" / lyric by Rowland Leigh and John Shubert, music by Rudolf Friml -- Love : from the musical "Music hath charms" / lyric by Rowland Leigh and John Shubert, music by Rudolf Friml -- Love and a dime / words and musci by Brooks Bowman -- Love at last : from the motion picture "Romance in the rain" / lyric by Don Hartman, music by Jay Gorney -- Love, can't you hear me calling? / words by Ralph Freed, music by Boyd Bunch -- Love come take me : from the revue "Fools rush in" / words by Norman Zeno, music by Will Irwin -- Love divided by two : from the motion picture "Kiss and make up" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger -- The love in my life : from the play "Julie" / words by Jules Loman and Allan Roberts, music by Hugo Rubens -- Love is in command / lyric by Joe Young, music by Lew Pollack -- Love is just around the corner : from the motion picture "Here is my heart" / words and music by Leo Robin and Lewis E. Gensler [2 copies] -- Love me : from the musical "Africana" / lyric by Abe Tuvim, music by Donald Heywood -- Love me / lyric by Ned Washington, music by Victor Young [2 copies] -- Love thy neighbor : from the motion picture "We're not dressing" / lyrics by Mack Gordon, musci by Harry Revel [2 copies] -- Love tiptoed through my heart : from the play "Petticoat fever" / words by Irene Alexander, [music] by Frederic Loewe -- Lovelly Carolina / by Bob Miller -- Lovely lady : from the radio program "I.J. Fox fur trappers" / words by John Redmond, music by Senior Pokrass -- A lovely lady : from the play "The O'Flynn" / words by Russell Janney, music by Franklin Hauser -- Lovely one : from the motion picture "Murder at the vanities" / music and words by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow -- Lover, I cry over you / words by Harry MacPherson, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Low down lullaby : from the motion picture "Little Miss Marker" / words and music by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger -- The lucky waltz / lyrics by Maurice Sigler, music by J. Fred Coots -- Lullaby in blue / lyric by Herb Magidson and Allie Wrubel, music by Allie Wrubel [5 copies] -- Lying on a hilltop / words by Harold Robe, music by Peter De Rose.
  • Mah-Li / lyric by Henry Onishi, music by John Kuwamoto -- Malibu / lyric by Irving Caesar, music by Gerald Marks -- Malihini mele / words and music by R. Alex Anderson -- Mama...yo quiero un novio (Mama, I long for a sweetheart) / English lyrics by Carol Raven, Spanish lyrics by Roberto Fontaina, music by Ramon Collazo, arranged by Paul Hill -- The man from Scotland Yard / by Will Gregory and Walter Bishop -- The man on the flying trapeze / arranged by George Leipold -- Marahuana : from the motion picture "Murder at the vanities" / music and words by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow -- Marching thru Mexico / words by Mack David, music by Mabel Wayne -- Marchin' towards ya' Georgia / by Cliff Friend and Carmen Lombardo -- Maria : from the revue "Revenge with music" / words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz -- Maria : from the musical "Music hath charms" / lyric by Rowland Leigh and John Shubert, music by Rudolf Friml -- Mary's slumber-song : from the cantata "The heavenly child" / words and music by Bernard Hamblen -- Maxim's : from the motion picture "The merry widow" / new lyric by Lorenz Hart, musicby Franz Lehar [2 copies] -- May I : from the motion picture "We're not dressing" / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- Maybe I'm wrong again / lyric by Joe Trent, melody by Jack Bennett -- Me and my burro / by Fred Howard & Nat Vincent -- Me without you : from the motion picture "Me without you" / words and music by Leo Robin and Lewis E. Gensler -- Melania / words by Dave Ringle, music by Michael Rosco -- Melody in blue / words and music by Josef Cherniasky, Bill Walsh and Eddie Birnbryer -- Melody in spring : from the motion picture "Melody in spring" / lyrics by Harlan Thompson, music by Lewis E. Gensler -- Merci, madame / lyric by Pierre Domergue, music by Lionel Cochet, American adaptation [by] Walter Samuels, Leonard Whitcup -- Merry widow waltz : from the motion picture "The merry widow" / new lyric by Lorenz Hart, musicby Franz Lehar -- A messenger / words by Josephine Hancock Logan, music by Lulu Jones Downing -- Mete caña / letra y música de H. Rodriguez Silva -- Mi Buenos Aires querido / letra de Alfredo Le Pera, música de Carlos Gardel -- Midnight on Main Street / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Richard Myers -- Midnight with the stars and you / by Harry Woods, Jimmy Campbell and Reg Connelly -- Mighty thankful / lyric by Ted Koehler, music by Rube Bloom -- A mile a minute / words and music by Bernice Petkere -- Milk cow blues / words and music by Kokomo Arnold -- Mine to be / words and music by Ralph L. Grosvenor -- Miss Otis regrets (she's unable to lunch today) / words and music by Cole Porter [3 copies] -- Mississippi honeymoon : from the motion picture "The gay bride" / lyric by Gus Kahn, melody by Walter Donaldson -- Missouri misery / words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Dana Suesse -- Mister Magician (won't you bring my baby back to me) / words and music by Charles O'Flynn, James Cavanaugh, Frank Weldon -- The moon and myself and you / words by Earle Crooker, music by Nicholas Kempner -- Moon country (is home to me) / words and music by Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer [4 copies] -- Moon of desire / lyric by Paul Francis Webster, melody by Emery Deutsch -- The moon was yellow / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Fred E. Ahlert [3 copies] -- Moonglow / by Will Hudson, Eddie De Lange and Irving Mills [2 copies] -- Moonglow : from the motion picture "The Benny Goodman story" / by Will Hudson, Eddie De Lange and Irving Mills -- Moonlight on the prairie : from the motion picture "Moonlight on the prairie" / words and music by Bob Nolan and Vernon Spencer -- Moonlight on the river Danube / lyric by Ralph Freed, music by John Schonberger and Lew Pollack -- The moonlight parade / words and music by Ray Klages, Abel Baer and J. Fred Coots -- The moonlight waltz / lyric by Ned Washington, melody by Joe Burke -- Moon-time / by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman -- The mosquitoes' parade / words by Jimmy Kennedy, music by Howard Whitney -- Most of every day / words & music by Noel Coward -- Mother's crazy quilt / words and music by Con Conrad, Ben Oakland and Milton Drake [2 copies] -- Mr. & Mrs. is the name : from the motion picture "Flirtation walk" / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Allie Wrubel [2 copies] -- Music has charms / words by Ed Horacek, music by Dan Stuart -- Music in my heart : from the revue "New faces" / words by June Sillman, music by Warburton Guilbert -- Music of the night / words by Phyllis Black, music by Eric Coates -- Music puts me in the strangest mood : from "The 1935 Hollywood revels" / words by Dave Oppenheim, music by Michael H. Cleary -- Must we say good-night (so soon?) / wortds by Nick Kenny and Dorothy Dick, music by Al Vann [2 copies] -- My American beauty : from the motion picture "Belle of the nineties" / music and words by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow -- My baby's on strike / words and music by Maurice Sigler, Al Goodhart and Al Hoffman [2 copies] -- My Carolina hide-a-way : from the first edition of the revue "Casino varieties" / words by Arthur Swanstrom, music by J. Fred Coots -- My dear / words and music by Jan Garber and Freddie Large -- My first love / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Francis K. Shuman -- My future star : from the motion picture "365 nights in Hollywood" / words by Sidney Clare, music by Richard A. Whiting -- My guiding star / words and music by voice of experience Robert Jarvis, James Moorehouse -- My heart is always calling you : from the motion picture "My heart is calling" / English words by Harry S. Pepper, Original words by Ernst Marischka, music by Robert Stolz -- My heart is yours : from the musical "Music hath charms" / lyric by Rowland Leigh and John Shubert, music by Rudolf Friml -- My heart's in the right place / by Carmen Lombardo, Charles Newman and James V. Monaco -- My journey's end / lyric by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- My kid's a crooner (boo-boo-boo-boo) / words by Marion Harris, music by Reg Montgomery -- My little girl / words and music by George M. Cohan -- My love song / by Bob Nolan -- My lovely Rose / words and music by Anthony Augenti, arranged by Max Helfman -- My Mariuccia take a steamboat, she's gone away / words by Geo. Ronklyn, music by Al Piantadosi -- My middle name is love / words by Tot Seymour, music by J. Fred Coots -- My old flame : from the motion picture "Belle of the nineties" / music and words by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow [2 copies] -- My old Irish mother and dad / by Tom Noonan -- My palace of dreams : from the operetta "Annina" / words by Rowland Leigh and John Shubert, music by Rudolf Friml -- My palace of dreams : from the musical "Music hath charms" / words by Rowland Leigh and John Shubert, music by Rudolf Friml -- My shawl (Ombo) / English lyrics by Stanley Adams, Spanish lyrics by Pedro Berrios, music by Xavier Cugat, arrangement by Paul Hill [2 copies] -- My sweetheart / words by Obie Clow, music by Harold Weeks -- My sweetheart of yesterday / words and music by Nellie Y. Albright -- My tane (My man) / by August Goupil, Dick Gump, Johnny Noble -- My whole day is spoiled / words by Joe Young & Charles Newman, music by James V. Monaco [2 copies] -- Mystery in your eyes / words by Phyllis Lintott, music by Charles Boxton.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 160
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 160.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1934.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 160
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