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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 147.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 147.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1931.

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reel 147 [1931 Wabash-1931 Yours]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 147 reel 147 [1931 Wabash-1931 Yours]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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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
  • Wabash moon / by Morton Downey and Dave Dreyer -- Wabash moon / by Morton Downey and Dave Dreyer [with additional lyrics in French] -- Wait till the clouds roll by / words by J.T. Wood, music by H.J. Fulmer, arranged by H. Sylvester Krouse [2 copies] -- Waiting all these years (for you) / words and music by Harry Stevens -- Waiting by the silv'ry Rio Grande / by Murry Mencher and Billy Moll -- Waitin' for a call from you / words & music by Seymour Simons -- Waitin' for that sometime soon / words and music by Vee Lawhurst -- Waking / words by Arthur L. Salmon, music by Teresa Del Riego [2 copies] -- Walking alone in the crowd / words by Gordon Clifford, music by Walter Freed -- Walkin' on air : from the revue "Fast and furious" / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel [2 copies] -- Walkin' with my shadow / words and music by John Klenner -- Waltz of the dreamers / words by Al J. Neiburg, music by Josef Myerow [Myrow] -- Waltz of the past / words by Jerome Kanner, music by Robert Vogel -- Waltzin' 'round with Rosie / lyric by Tot Seymour, music by Mabel Wayne -- Wanna lot o'love (Rúñeme papá) (La ruñidera) / lyric by Marion Sunshine, music by Alejandro Rodriguez -- Wanted (a baby for lovin') / words and music by Jimmie Lederer, Milton Brockman and Nat Simon -- Was I? : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1931" / words and music by Chick Endor and Charlie Farrell -- Was it wrong? / by Gus Arnheim, Gordon Clifford & Murray Peck [2 copies] -- Was it you? / by Dave Dreyer, Carmen Lombardo and Jack Scholl -- Was that the human thing to do? / lyric by Joe Young, music by Sammy Fain [2 copies] -- A waste of time loving you / words by Eugene West, music by Geo. B. McConnell -- Watching and waiting at the end of the trail for you / lyric by Clare S. Eldred, music by Raymond B> Eldred -- (Way down in the southland) Where the fragrant lilacs bloom / by Neal DeWeese -- We can live on love / lyric by Smith Ballew and Edward Pola, music by Jack Golden [2 copies] -- Weary / by Alfred Newman, Bernard Grossman and Gus Arnheim -- The wedding of Punch and Judy / by Ernie Golden -- The wedding party of Mickey Mouse / words by Milt Coleman and James Cavanaugh, music by Robert Bagar -- We'll be the same : from the musical "America's sweetheart" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- We'll dance until the dawn : from the motion picture "Flying high" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh -- We're goin' together once more / lyric by Roy Turk, music by Fred E. Ahlert [2 copies] -- A happy new year / words & music by Jack Murray, Al Goodhart & Al Hoffman -- Were you sincere / lyric by Jack Meskill, music by Vincent Rose [8 copies] -- We've got to put that sun back in the sky / words by Irving Kahal, music by Joseph Meyer [2 copies].
  • Wha'd ja do to me? / by Milton Ager -- What a blessing / lyric by Charles Tobias, music by Peter De Rose -- What a fool / words by Louis J. Bonbrest, music by Reno S. Crum -- What aloha means / by Merton H. Bories and Hugh Barrett Dobbs -- What am I gonna do for lovin'? / lyric by Herb Magidson, music by Felix Bernard and Al Hoffman -- What am I gonna' do when you're gone / words by Ben Ryan, music by Lew Handman -- What are you thinkin' about, baby? / words and music by Ed G. Nelson, Al Goodhart and Steve Nelson -- What did I get for loving you / lyric by Al J. Neiburg, musci by Russ Columbo and Con Conrad -- What do you want from somebody else (that you can't get from me) / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Con Conrad -- What good would be tomorrow (without you, dear) / lyric by Gus Arnheim, Ralph Free, melody by Harry Barris -- What have we got to do tonight but dance / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- What is it / lyric by Harry Tobias, melody by Harry Barris [5 copies] -- What price love! / words and music by Benny Davis and Harry Akst -- What sing the birds? / words by Charles G. Mortimer, music by Molly Carew -- What's keeping my Prince Charming? : from the revue "Rhapsody in black" / lyric by Mann Holiner, music by Albert Nichols -- What's the matter with Harry / lyric by Edward Heyman, music by Dana Suesse -- What's the use o' cryin' the blues again / words by Benny Meroff, music by Ray Sinatra -- When cherries are ripe : from the play "Cherries are ripe" / lyric by Ben Gordon & Allen Taub, music by Lou Herscher -- When I discovered sweet you / by Al Hoffman, Al Goodhart, Ed Nelson -- When I look in the book of my memory / lyric by Sammy Lerner, music by Sammy Timberg -- When I sat on your doorstep and you sat on my knee / by Con Conrad, Al Sherman, Al Lewis -- When I take my sugar to tea / by Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and Pierre Norman [2 copies] -- When I wore my daddy's brown derby (and you wore your mother's blue gown) / by Charles O'Flynn, Harry Pease and Max Rich -- When I'm the president (We want Cantor) / verses by Al Lewis, set to music by Al Sherman -- When it's autumn in the mountains / by Nat Madison & Al Frazzini -- When it's nightime in Nevada / by Will E. Dulmage, Richard W. Pascoe, H. O'Reilly Clint [2 copies] -- When it's peach blossom time in Georgia / words by Donald Kahn, music by Grace Le Boy Kahn -- When it's sleepy time down south / words & music by Leon & Otis René & Clarence Muse [4 copies] -- When my dark Diana sings to me / by Chris Schonberg, Charlie Hill and Geroge Waggner -- When old Vienna was new / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Harry Tierney -- When she puts on her sun-back suit / words by Amy I. Parker, music by Robert Van Sickle -- When the autumn leaves of life begin to fall / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- When the chapel bells are ringing / words by Cal De Voll, music by Clarence Gaskill [2 copies] -- When the clock is striking twelve / words by Edward Eliscu, music by Mabel Wayne -- When the clouds roll by and the moon's on high / words and music by Hank Keene -- When the daisies bloom again (upon the hillside) / words and music by Fred Howard and Nat Vincent -- When the golden corn is waving / lyric by Simeon Gray, music by Henry Perkins -- When the maple leaves are falling / words by Charels Tobias and Sidney Clare, music by Murray Mencher -- When the moon comes over the mountain / by Kate Smith, Howard Johnson, Harry Woods [3 copies] -- When the night is young / lyric by Tot Seymour, music by Jesse Greer -- When the nightingale sings in the moonlight / by Howard Starr Dickey -- When the rest of the crowd goes home (I always go home alone) / lyric by by Al Dubin, music by Joe Burke [5 copies] -- When the roses bloom again in Normandy / words by Al Bryan, music by Charles Rosoff [2 copies] -- When the shepherd leads the sheep back home / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Harry Warren [2 copies] -- When the stars come peeping through / by Jack Miller -- (When we made love in Spain) With the help of the moon / words by Charels Tobias and Arthur Terker, music by Vincent Rose -- When we waltzed in the dark / lyric by Joe Young and Al Bryan, music by George W. Meyer -- (When we're alone) Penthouse serenade / by Will Jason and Val Burton [2 copies] -- (When we're alone) Penthouse serenade : from "The Hollywood nine o'clock revue" / by Will Jason and Val Burton -- When you are young : from the musical "East wind" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Sigmund Romberg -- When you come back / by Genee and Mimi Milli, arrangement [by] Aleen Burgan -- When you make those eyes at me / words by Fred Fisher, music by Lou Handman [2 copies] -- When you were only seventeen / words by Charlie Tobias, music by Peter De Rose [3 copies] -- When you were the blossom of Buttercup Lane and I was your little boy blue / lyric by Al Dubin & Al Bryan, music by George W. Meyer -- When your boy becomes a man : from the musical "Free for all" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Richard A. Whiting -- When your lover has gone / words and music by E.A. Swan -- When you're far away / lyrics and music by Al Vann, Jack Rich, Fred Phillips -- When Yuba plays the rumba on the tuba : from the revue "The third little show" / words & music by Herman Hupfeld [2 copies] -- Where the blue of the night meets the gold of the day / words & music by Roy Turk, Bing Crosby and Fred E. Ahlert [3 copies] -- Where I first whispered sweetheart to you / words & music by Charles Hector, Bob Ellsworth & Al Frazzini -- Where in the world is the moon tonight / lyric by Joe Young, music by Sammy Fain -- Where my rainbow ends / words by Allen Barker, music by leo Conriche -- Where the silv'ry Swannee River flows / lyric by Herman Pincus, music by Billy Barry -- Where were you last night / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Harry Woods -- Where's my happy ending? : from the revue "Fast and furious" / by Mack Gordon, Harold Adamson and Harry Revel.
  • While hearts are singing : from the motion picture "The smiling lieutenant" / lyric by Clifford Grey, music by Oscar Straus -- While we danced at the Mardi Gras / words by John Mercer, music by Alfred Opler -- Whiling my time away : from the musical "The little racketeer" / words by Edward Eliscu, music by Henry Sullivan -- Whippoorwill (Go tell my honey that I love her) / by Gene Austin and Dave Dreyer -- Whistles! / words and music by Phil Baxter -- Whistling in the dark / words by Allen Boretz, music by Dana Suesse [11 copies] -- Who am I? / lyric by Gordon Clifford, music by Alfred Newman -- Who are you? (to say adieu) / lyric by Al Bryan, music by Lew Pollack -- Who cares? : from the musical "Of thee I sing" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- Who loves you? I do! (Who loves me? You do!) / lyric by Benée Russell, music by Carmen Lombardo -- Whoa, Emma! : from the play "The streets of New York, or Poverty is no crime" / composed by John Reid, arranged by H. Sylvester Krouse -- Who's babying my baby tonight? / by Stella Unger and Fred Fisher -- Who's gonna wash your laundry? (When your Chinaman goes to war) / words by Al Lewis, music by Al Sherman and Lee David -- Who's in your arms tonight? / by Harry Warren, Bud Cooper and Sam H. Stept -- Who's your little who-zis! / lyric by Walter Hirsch, music by Ben Bernie and Al Goering -- Why are you not smiling? / words and music by Harold Grierson and Lucille Barton -- Why can't I kiss you / words and music by Pearl Fein [2 copies] -- Why can't we be sweethearts (once again?) / words and music by Doris White and Norman Costello -- Why can't you be that way? / words by M. Taub, music by M. Merl -- Why dance? / words by Roy Turk, music by Fred E. Ahlert [8 copies] -- Why ddi you say good bye / words by Jack Mahoney, music by E.R. Farrand -- Why do I care for you / lyric by Jimmie Joy & Blaine Stone, music by Johnnie Davis -- Why don't you answer me / words and music by Conrad Bourgeois -- Why must I always be without you / words by Sidney D. Mitchell and Archie Gottler, music by Lew Pollack [3 copies] -- Why shouldn't I / by Arthur Freed [3 copies] -- Winnie the wailer / by Clarenc Gaskill and Ben Bernie [2 copies] -- Wipe that frown right offf your face / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- With all my heart : from the musical "The great waltz" / words by Desmond Carter, music by Johann Strauss -- With love in my heart / words by John Klenner, music by Sam Prager & Marty Quinto -- With Paddy and Barney back there in Killarney / words and music by Chas. Howe -- With the help of the moon / words by Charles Tobias and Arthur Turker, music by Vincent Rose -- (With you on my mind, I find) I can't write the words / words and music by Gerald Marks and Buddy Fields [3 copies] -- Within this heart of mine / words and music by Milton Brockman, Jules Lemare and Jimmie Lederer -- Without your love : from the operetta "The Dubarry" / words by Rowland Leigh from the German od Paul Knepler & J.M. Welleminsky, music by Carl Millöcker, arr. by Theo Mackeben -- The wonder of you / lyric by Arthur Herzog Jr., music by Eduardo S. de Fuentes -- Wonder Valley / by Fred Howard and Nat Vincent [3 copies] -- Won't you cry just a teardrop for me / words & music by Johnny Mack and Gus Gagel -- The world will smile again (The dawn of prosperity) / words and music by Barrington L. Brannan -- The world's sweetest flower / written by T.A. Johnston, music by P.B. Story -- Would you take me back again / by Peter De Rose and Alfred Solman [2 copies] -- Wrap your troubles in dreams (and dream your troubles away) / words by Ted Koehler and Billy Moll, music by Harry Barris [7 copies] -- Wrapped up in you : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1931" / by J.P. Murray, Barry Trivers and Ben Oakland -- Wrong number / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Abner Silver.
  • Ya' got love / words and music by Al Goodhart, Ed Nelson and Al Hoffman -- The Yankee Doodle boy : from the motion picture "Yankee Doodle dandy" / words and music by George M. Cohan -- The Yankee Doodle boy / words and music by George M. Cohan [4 copies] -- Yankee Doodle doll / words & music by Johnny Tucker, Joe Schuster and Al Hoffman [2 copies] -- Yearning for you / [by] Charles S. Miller -- Yes or no / words by Charles O'Flynn, music by Max Rich -- Yes, yes! / by Con Conrad and Cliff Friend -- (Yoo-hoo-hoo I'll call to you) Under your window tonight / lyric by Charles Tobis and Sidney Clare, music by Murray Mencher [2 copies] -- You are mine / words and music by Leonidas W. Byers -- (You are mine) 'Til the end of the waltz / lyric by Andy Razaf, music by Frank Weldon [3 copies] -- You are the lyric (to the love song in my heart) / lyric by Ben Forrest, music by Ed Farley and Jack Betzner -- You brought me love / English lyric by Reg Connelly, music by Werner R. Heymann -- You call it madness but I call it love / by Con Conrad, Gladys Du Bois, Russ Columbo and Paul Gregory [2 copies] -- You came along (from out of nowhere) : from the motion picture "You came along" / words by Edward Heyman, music by John W. Green [2 copies] -- You can bet your life it's love / words by Charles Tobias, music by J. Fred Coots [2 copies] -- You can't do that to me / words & music by Al Goodhart, Ed G. Nelson & Steve Nelson -- You can't do that to me / words & music by Al Goodhart, Ed G. Nelson & Steve Nelson -- You can't mean maybe with those eyes / by Walter Donaldson -- You can't stop me from lovin' you : from the revue "Rhapsody in black" / lyric by Mann Holiner, music by Albert Nichols -- You could have been the one, baby / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- You didn't have to tell me (I knew it all the time) / by Walter Donaldson -- You didn't know the music (I didn't know the words) / words and music by Sam Coslow -- You do : from the musical "Making Mary" / music by Harold Orlob and Harold Lewis -- You don't know how I miss you / words & music by A. Otto Lossin -- You don't know what you're doin' / lyric by Benée Russell and Joe Young, music by Geo. W. Meyer [2 copies] -- You don't need glasses to see I'm in love / by Dave Dreyer, Harry Richman, Little Jack Little and Steve Nelson [2 copies] -- You don't need glasses to see I'm in love / by Dave Dreyer, Harry Richman, Little Jack Little and Steve Nelson [lead sheet] -- You forgot your gloves : from the revue "The third little show" / lyric by Edward Eliscu, music by Ned Lehak [3 copies] -- (You gave me) Ev'rything but love / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Grace Leboy Kahn [2 copies] -- You haunt my heart : from the operetta "The song of love" / lyric by Richard Brooks, [music by] Erich Wolfgang Korngold based on Joh. Strauss -- You just give me kisses (and what I want is love) / lyric by Jack Palmer and Eugene West, music by Meyer Gusman -- (You knew you'd hurt somebody) Why ddi it have to be me? / by Bud Green, Carmen Lombardo and Sam H. Stept -- You know how to say lovely things : from the musical "Making Mary" / words by Harold Orlob and Grace Johnson, music by Harold Orlob and Harold Lewis -- You leave me limp / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson [2 copies] -- You made it possible, dear / lyric by Al Lewis, music by Al Sherman -- You made me cry / words by Ben Ryan, music by Lou Handman [2 copies] -- You might as well pretend : from the revue "The third little show" / lyric by Edward Eliscu and Ted Fetter, music by Wm. M. Lewis Jr. -- (You only want me) When nobody else is around / by Jimmie Monaco and Johnny Burke -- You really started something / by Charley Kisco, Gus Arnheim & Ralph Freed -- You sait it : from the musical "You said it" / words by Jack Yellen, music by Harold Arlen [2 copies] -- You slay me / by Maceo Pinkard and Wm. Tracey -- (You took my heart) What did you do with it? / by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby -- You try somebody else / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson [3 copies] -- You villan / words & music by Sidney Clare, Charles Tobias & Peter De Rose, arr. by Harold R. Squires -- You were my salvation / words & music by Jos. Geo. Gilbert -- You'll be mine in apple blossom time / words by Charles Tobias, music by Peter De Rose [2 copies] -- Your sunny southern smile : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1931" / words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel -- You're blasé : from the musical "Bow bells" / words by Bruce Sievier, music by Ord Hamilton [2 copies] -- You're in ev'ry one's arms (but in nobody's heart) / words and music by Al Hoffman, Allen Taub and Lou Herscher [3 copies] -- You're just a dream come true / words by Charles Newman, music by Isham Jones -- You're my everything : from the musical "The laugh parade" / words by Mort Dixon and Joe Young, music by Harry Warren -- You're my only sweetheaqrt (honest I love you) / lyric by Cal De Voll, music by Harold Dellon -- You're never too old to go back to mother's knee / words and music by Benée Russell -- You're not the same / words and music by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby -- You're so easy to love / words by Gwynn Langdon, music by Leroy Golden -- You're the nearest thing I've found to heaven / words and music by Lou Zoeller and Tommy MacWilliams -- You're the surest cure for the blues / lyrics by Sammy Lerner, music by Dana Suesse -- You're still that old sweetheart of mine / poem by Ben Ryan, melody by Morton Downey -- Yours (Quiereme mucho) / lyric by Albert Gamse and Jack Sherr, Spanish lyric by Agustin Rodriguez, music by Gonzalo Roig, arr. by Felix Guenther -- Yours is my heart alone (Mon cour est tout a vous) / Original text by Herzer and Löhner, English version by Harry B. Smith, French version by Roger Casini, music by Franz Lehar [2 copies] -- Yours is my heart alone (Dein ist mein ganzes Herz) / words by Ludwig Herzer and Fritz Löhner, English version by Harry B. Smith, music by Franz Lehar.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 147
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 147.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1931.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 147
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