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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 134.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 134.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1929.

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reel 134 [1929 Should-1929 Two]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 134 reel 134 [1929 Should-1929 Two]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.
Reproduction (note)
  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • Should I : from the motion picture "Lord Byron of Broadway" / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown [5 copies] -- Shrine lunchen song / by Opal Hemler and Alice Huber -- Si si Señor : from the motion picture "The great divide" / lyric by Herman Ruby, music by Ray Perkins -- Siboney / American lyric by Dolly Morse, music by Ernesto Lecuona -- Siboney / American lyric by Dolly Morse, Spanish lyric and music by Ernesto Lecuona [3 copies] -- Siboney / American lyric by Dolly Morse, music by Ernesto Lecuona, arranged by John Lane -- Silver threads among the gold / words by E.E. Rexford, music by H.P. Danks, arranged by J. Messina [2 copies] -- Silvery Susquehanna / words & music by Anna May Smith, Frank Samuels and Jame sKendis -- Silv'ry moon / words by Paul De Frank and Sammy Shepard, music by Al Frazzini [2 copies] -- Since I found you : from the motion picture "Fast life" / lyric by Herman Ruby, music by Ray Perkins -- Since you are mine / lyric by Jack Meskill and Frank Samuels, music by Meyer Gusman -- Since you said "uh-huh" to me / words by Howard Johnson, music by Jack Waite -- Sing a little love song : from the motion picture "Broadway" / by Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell and Archie Gottler [2 copies] -- Sing' mir noch einmal das Lied jener Nacht! / Text von Frede Barny, Musik von Will Rollins, Klavierarrangement von Hartwig v. Platen -- Singapore Sal : from the motion picture "Sal of Singapore" / by Chas. Weinberg, Al Koppell, Billy Stone -- Singin' in the bathtub : from the motion picture "Show of shows" / words and music by Herb Magidson, Ned Washington & Michael H. Cleary -- Singin' in the rain : from the motion picture "Hollywood revue of 1929" / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown [3 copies] -- Singin' in the rain : from the motion picture "That's entertainment" / lyric by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown [3 copies] -- Singin' river / lyric by Joe Trent, music by Neil Morét -- (Sitting around) Thinking about my baby : from the motion picture "Thunderbolt" / by Sam Coslow -- Sittin' in the sun (just wearing a smile) : from "George White's scandals" tenth edition / words and music by Cliff Friend and George White -- Sittin' on a doorstep / lyric by Lewis and Young, music by Lew Pollack -- Sitting by the window : from the motion picture "A song of Kentucky" / by Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell and Archie Gottler -- Six or seven times / by Irving Mills, and Thomas Waller -- Sky city : from the musical "Me for you" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Sleepy valley : from the motion picture "The rainbow man" / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by James F. Hanley [2 copies] -- Siliding down a silver cloud : from the musical "A night in Venice" / words by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Lee David -- Slow caravan / lyric by Sammy Lerner, music by Al Hoffman -- The smile you miss / words by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Raymond Hubbell [2 copies] -- Smiling Irish eyes : from the motion picture "Smiling Irish eyes" / lyric by Herman Ruby, music by Ray Perkins.
  • So are you! (The rose is red, violets are blue) : from the musical "Show girl" / words by Gus Kahn and Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- Snice, like this! / words and music by Cliff Friend and Seymour Simons [lead sheet] -- So dear to me : from the motion picture "The cock-eyed world" / by Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell and Archie Gottler -- So long, so long / by Nick Reno -- So the bluebirds and the blackbirds got together : from the motion picture "King of jazz" / words by Billy Moll, music by Harry Barris [2 copies] -- Soft-hearted / lyric by Lewis and Young, music by Donald Heywood -- Some other girl in some other port (is waitin' till I go ashore) / lyrics by Body Rowden & Allie R. Bosworth -- Some sweet day : from the motion picture "Children of the ritz" / by Nat Shilkret & Lew Pollack -- Somebody like me : from the musical "Bomboola" / words and music by D. Frank Marcus and Bernard Maltin -- Somebody mighty like you : from the motion picture "Paris" / lyrics by Al Bryan, music by Eddie Ward [chorus score] -- Somebody nobody loves / lyric and music by Gus Kahn and Spike Hamilton -- Somebody to love me : from the motion picture "The Shannons of Broadway" / lyric by Raymond Klages, music by Jesse Greer -- Somebody (You'll want my love again) / words & music by Ray Canfield, Pat Boleky -- Some day, some way, you will pay / words and music by Jos. E. Howard -- Some day soon / lyrics by Rosetta and Vivian Duncan, music by Edna Fischer -- Some day you may love me : from the musical "Moon madness" / lyrics by Alice Pike Barney, music by Sol Cohen -- Someday you'll realize you're wrong / words by Billy Rose, music by Mabel Wayne -- Someone : from the motion picture "Jazz heaven" / words by Sidney Clare, music by Oscar Levant -- Someone : from the motion picture "The girl from Woolworth's" / lyric by Al Bryan, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Something new : American version of "Negra soy" / English lyric by Albert Gamse, music by and Spanish lyric by Nilo Menendez -- Something to live for : from the musical "Lady fingers" / words by Edward Eliscu, music by Joseph Meyer -- Somewhere there's someone / by Art Gillham & Lillian Madson -- The song in my heart / lyrics by Lillian Rosedale Goodman, music by H. Leopold Spitalny -- A song of Florida : the official song of The American Legion, Department of Florida / words and music by Fawn Donaldson Carroll -- The song of gold : from the motion picture "The rainbow" / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Jimmie Monaco -- The song of Harlem : from the musical "Bomboola" / words and music by D. Frank Marcus and Bernard Maltin -- A song of love and you / by Evelyn Prochaska, Al Piantadosi, S. Salg -- Song of Siberia / words and music by Al Lewis, Al Sherman a& Neil Moret [4 copies] -- Song of the Bayou / by Rube Bloom [3 copies] -- Song of the Christmas chines / words by J.J. Connor, music by Geoffrey O'Hara -- Song of the condemned : from the motion picture "Condemned" / lyrics by Jack Meskill, music by Pete Wendling -- Song of the gold diggers : from the motion picture "The gold diggers of Broadway" / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Joe Burke -- Song of the great alone / lyric by George Whiting, music by Al Hoffman [2 copies] -- Song of the moonbeams : from the revue "Earl Carroll's sketch book" / lyric by Charels Tobias & Harry Tobias, music by Vincent Rose -- Song of the riveter / poem by Lew Levenson, music by Arthur Schwartz -- Song of the sands / lyric by Patt Ballard, melody by Tom Waring -- Song of the Ute! / words by Hamilton Park, music by Seldon N. Heaps -- Song of the west / words and music by Byron Gay [lead sheet] -- Soon : from the musical "Strike up the band' / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin [3 copies] -- Sophomore prom : from the motion picture "So this is college" / lyric by Raymond Klages, music by Jesse Greer -- Sorrows / by Gus Kahn, Ted Fiorito and Harry Warren [2 copies] -- South Sea Rose : from the motion picture "South Sea Rose" / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Abel Baer -- Souvenir / lyrics and music by Shafter Howard -- Spanish days / lyrics by Charels Pressley, music by Herbert E. Kragh and Norman Spencer -- Spanish doll / by Al Lewis and Al Sherman -- Speakin' of the devil )Here comes my angel now) / by Lou Davis, J. Fred Coots & Jean Herbert -- S'posin' / words by Andy Razaf, music by Paul Denniker [5 copies] -- Spring it in the sumer and she'll fall / words by Jack Meskill and Al Hoffman, music by Pete Wendling -- St. James' infirmary / by Joe Primrose -- Star dust / words by Mitchell Parish, music by Hoagy Carmichael [18 copies] -- Star dust / music by Hoagy Carmichael [music only] -- (Step by step-mile by mile) I'm marching home to you / by Abner Silver, Al Sherman and Al Lewis -- Steppin' along : from the motion picture "Words and music" / by William Kernell [2 copies] -- Straight place and show : from the motion picture "Little Johnny Jones" / lyric by Herman Ruby, music by M.K. Jerome -- Stream of dreams / by Leland Yost -- Sugar is back in town / words by Mike Landau, music by Louis Springer -- The sun about to rise : from the musical "Sweet Adeline" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- Sunbonnet days / [by] Bernie Grossman, E. Clinton Keithley & Guy Lombardo -- Such a funny feeling : from the musical "Open your eyes!" / words by Collie Knox, music by Vernon Duke -- Sunny side up : from the motion picture "Sunny side up" / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson -- Sunny side up : from the motion picture "The best things in life are free" / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown & Ray Henderson -- Sunshine of my heart / words and music by Jay Whidden and Fred May [lead sheet] -- Sunshine of my heart : from the motion picture "Woman to woman" / words and music by Jay Whidden and Fred May -- Sunshine (why don't you shine on me?) / words and music by Alvin Crocker -- Susianna / by Spencer Williams -- Swanee shuffle : from the motion picture "Hallelujah" / by Irving Berlin -- Sweet Chewaaukla the land of sleepy water / words by Fred C. Higman, music by Carmen Lombardo [3 copies] -- My melody man / words by Charles Tobias and Sidney Clare, music by Peter De Rose -- Sweet Irish Mary / lyric and melody by Mary Lyon Taylor -- Sweet Liza / words by Walter Hirsch, music by Milton Samuels [3 copies] -- Sweet nothings of love : from the motion picture "Hot for Paris" / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Walter Donaldson -- Sweet seventeen (That's what I call my baby) / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Walter Donaldson [2 copies] -- Sweet Virginia Rose / lyric by Morty Berk and Edward L. Goodman, music by Lou Herscher and Billy Hays -- Sweetheart / by Al Lewis and Al Sherman -- Sweetheart mine I hear you calling me / words by George Leaming, music by Chester Escher -- Sweetheart of the tropical sea / words by Susan Wren, music by Henry Katzman and Paul Denniker -- Sweetheart, we need each other : from the motion picture "Rio Rita" / lyric by Jos. McCarthy, music by Harry Tierney [3 copies] -- Sweetheart's holiday / lyric by Irving Kahal, music by j. Russel Robinson -- Sweetness / words by Ned Miller, music by Carmen Lombardo and Chester Cohn [5 copies].
  • Tain't no sin (to dance around in your bones) / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Walter Donaldson -- Taint nobody's faul tbut my own / words and music by Vee Lawnhurst -- Take everything but you : from the motion picture "Song of love" / by Maurice Abrahams and Elmer Colby -- Take me back to Col-ler-rad-da fer to stay / by Moran Moore -- Take your hands out of your pockets and put your arms around me! / words & music by Al Sherman & Al Lewis -- Takes you / by Benny Davis and Carmen Lombardo -- A tale of a ticker / words by Frank O'Brien, music by Frank Crumit -- Tale of the oyster : from the musical "Fifty million Frenchmen" / by Cole Porter -- Tales of Tennessee / words and music by Jack Mahoney -- The talk of the town / words by Gus Kahn, music by Chester Cohn -- Tampico tune : from the musical "Bomboola" / words and music by D. Frank Marcus and Bernard Maltin -- Tanned legs : from the motion picture "Tanned legs" / words by Sidyney Clare, music by Oscar Levant -- Tear drops / by Lou Davis and Arnold Johnson -- That's music to my ears / by J. Fred Coots, Lou Davis and Arnold Johnson -- Tears of love / by Dorothy Woodward -- Tell me why / words and music by Mort Browne, Lew Shears, Vin Tomas -- Tell her that you love her / words and music by Hal Kemp, Saxie Dowell and Kay Kyser -- Tell me you do / lyrics by Edw. K. House, music by Frankie Masters -- That four-four rhythm (1-2-3-4) band / words and music by Ted Brewer and Eddie Kilanoski -- That is love / by Eugene West & Ray McNamara [2 copies] -- That is why I feel blue / words and music by Emilio De Los Santos -- That is why I'm dancing / lyrics by Paul De Frank, melody by E.J. Goulston and Bert Lowe -- That little boy of mine / words and music by Benny Meroff, Wayne King, Walter Hirsch [3 copies] -- That little kid sister of mine / words by Eugene West, music by George B. McConnell and Nat Osborne -- That music box tune / by Virginia Spencer -- That night among the roses / words by Ted Koehler, music by Frank Magine -- That wonderul boy friend of mine / words by Wm. Tracey, music by Maceo Pinkard -- That wonderful something (is love) : from the motion picture "Untamed" / lyric by Joe Goodwin, music by Louis Alter -- That's a drop in the bucket (compared to my love for you) / by Al Sherman, Abner Silver and Al Lewis -- That's all I ask of you / lyric and music by Mickey Kippel and Guy Lombardo -- That's her now! / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- That's just how I need you / words by Betty Morrison, music by Jappie Judd -- That's living / words by Ben Ryan, music by Violinsky -- That's music to my ears / by J. Fred Coots, Lou Davis and Arnold Johnson -- That's my idea of heaven / words by George Whiting, music by Herbert Steiner and Mac Lieb -- That's paradise! / words by Flossie Lamb Crouch, music by Robert Vansickle -- That's Rotary / words and music by Geoffrey O'Hara -- That's the good old sunny south / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- That's the low-down on the low-down : from the motion picture "Playing around" / words and music by Bud Green and Sam H. Stept -- That's the song of songs for me : from the radio program "Forhan song shop" / words by Henry Neely, music by Harold Levey -- That's what I call heaven / by Alfred Solman, Geo. Brown and Dale Wimbrow [2 copies] -- That's what I call sweet music / words by Jack Meskill, music by Pete Wendling and Al Hoffman -- That's what the moon saidd to me / by Fred Gardner, H. Pitman Clarke & Walter Wallace -- That's when I learned to love you / words by Bartley Costello, music by Billy Baskette -- That's where you come in / lyrics by Irving Kahal, music by J. Russel Robinson [3 copies] -- That's why I'm happy / words by Herb Magidson, music by Michael H. Cleary -- That's why I'm jealous of you / words and music by Fred Rose [5 copies] -- That's why I'm so happy / words by Anthony Germano, music by Chester Escher -- That's you, baby : from the motion picture "Fox Movietone follies" / by Con Conrad, Sidney D. Mitchell and Archie Gottler.
  • Theadora-leap year / words by George Main, music by Chester Escher -- Then I'll be reminded of you : from the motion picture "The vagabond lover" / lyric by Ed Heyman, music by Ken Smith -- Then I'll know why : from th motion picture "Alibi" / by Paul Titsworth, Lynn Cowan -- Then my castles came tumbling down / lyrics by Chick Endor and Ted Koehler, music by Eddie Ward -- (Then things blow up) like a toy balloon / words and music by Susan Wren and Willard Robison -- Then we canoe-dle-oodle along / by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and José Bohr [5 copies] -- Then you've never been blue / lyric by Lewis and Young, music by Ted Fiorito -- There can only be only one for me : from the musical "Nina Rosa" / words by Irving Caesar, music by Sigmund Romberg -- There must be somebody waitng for me (in Loveland) : from the motion picture "Glorying the American girl" / by Walter Donaldson -- There was nothing else to do / by Bert Kalmar, Harry Rubby and Harry Warren [2 copies] -- There will never be another Mary : from the motion picture "They learned about women" / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- There'll be you and I : from the motion picture "Mother's boy" / by Bud Green and Sam H. Stept -- There'll come a time for you / by Morey Davidson and Carl Rupp -- There's a four leaf clover in my pocket (and a horse-shoe over my door) / words by Lew Colwell & Jack Meskill, music by Pete Wendling [2 copies] -- There's a million reasons why I love you / words and music by Homer Behm -- There's a smmile for ev'ry tear / lyric by John Leeds, music by Hoyt Fisher -- There's a tear for every smile in Hollywood : from the motion picture "Show girl in Hollywood" / words and music by Bud Green and Sam H. Stept -- There's danger in your eyes, cherie! : from the motion picture "Puttin' on the ritz" / by Harry Richman, Jack Meskill & Pete Wendling -- There's happiness aheand / by Charles O'Flynn and James Burns -- There's nobody else / words by Sidney Clare, music by Jimmy Monroe -- There's sugar-cane around my door / by Eddie Leonard and Grace & Jack Stern -- There's too many eyes that wanna make eyes at two pretty eyes I love / by Benny Davis, J. Fred Coots and Steve Nelson [2 copies] -- They all fall in love : from the motion picture "The battle of Paris" / words and music by Cole Porter [2 copies] -- They cut down the old pine tree / by George Brown, Willie Raskin & Edward Eliscu [5 copies] -- Thine alone : from the musical "Eileen" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert [6 copies] -- Thine alone : from the motion picture "The great Victor Herbert" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert [4 copies] -- Things look wonderful now / words by Benny Davis, music by Joe Burke -- Things we want most are hard to get : from the motion picture "Hard to get" / by Geo. W. Meyer, Al Bryan and John McLaughlin -- (Think of you, think of me) In the moonlight / lyric by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh -- This is heaven : from the motion picture "This is heaven" / words by Jack Yellen, music by Harry Akst -- Those Irish eyes / words & music by Al Randall -- A thousand miles apart / words by Billy Rose, music by Lee David -- Through (How can you say we're through?) / lyric by Joe McCarthy, music by Jimmie Monaco [2 copies] -- Till We Meet / words and music by Lou Davis and Ted Fiorito -- Till your happiness happens along / words by Annette Hanshaw, music by Jack Miller -- Tinkle! Tinkle! : from the revue "Murray Anderson's almanac" / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Tip toe through the tulips with me : from the motion picture "The gold diggers of Broadway" / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Joe Burke [2 copies] -- Tired of dreaming dreams / words by Mabelle Francis, music by Johnny Weddell -- Tis a lesson we all have to learn! / words by Matilda McBurney, music by Chester Escher -- To be in love (espesh'lly with you) / words by Roy Turk, music by Fred E. Ahlert -- To be with you / by Benny Davis and J. Fred Coots [2 copies] -- To make a long story short (I love you) / lyrics by Jack Meskill and Billy Mann, music by Pete Wendling -- To my mammy : from the motion picture "Mammy" / by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- To satisfy you / lyric by Perry Alexander, music by Woody Frisino -- Tokay : from the musical "Bitter sweet" / by Noël Coward -- Too wonderful for words : from the motion picture "Words and music" / lyrics by Harlan Thompson, music by Dave Stamper -- The toymaker's dream / words & music by Ernie Golden [2 copies] -- The trail to Loveland / words by Emil F. Isenberg, music by Bert Weber -- The trouble with me is you / words by Pat Ballard, music by Tom Waring [2 copies] -- True blue / words by Haven Gillespie, music by Charlie Garland, arr. by Carleton L. Colby [2 copies] -- True blue Lou : from the motion picture "The dance of life" / by Leo Robin, Sam Coslow & Richard A. Whiting -- True heaven : from the motion picture "True heaven" / words and music by William Kernell and Dave Stamper -- Try and get it / words and mussic by Alvin Crocker -- Try dancing / words and music by Walter U. Soby and Harry Revel [3 copies] -- Tune in on my heart : from the motion picture "Remote control" / words and music by Buddy Valentine and Gene Johnston -- Turn on the heat : from the motion picture "Sunny side up" / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson [2 copies] -- Twas not so long ago : from the musical "Sweet Adeline" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- Twas not so long ago : from the motion picture "Sweet Adeline" / words by Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern -- Two little baby arms : from the motion picture "Love, live & laugh" / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Abel Baer -- Two pals / words by Harry Pease and Charles O'Flynn, music by Ed G. Nelson.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 134
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 134.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1929.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 134
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