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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 119.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 119.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1927.

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reel 119 [1927 Gee-1927 It was]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 119 reel 119 [1927 Gee-1927 It was]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
  • Gee! But I'm lonesome tonight / by Bernie Grossman, Harry Harris & Larry Shay -- Gee! I'm glad I'm home / words by Billy Rose, music by Jimmie Monaco -- Get away, old man, get away / words and music by Frank Crumit -- (Get 'em in a) Rumble seat / by Morey Davidson, Carl Lampl & Jack Marshall [4 copies] -- Gid-ap Garibaldi! / words by Howard Johnson and Billy Moll, music by Harry Warren -- Gipsy moon / words by Frank Eyton, music by Igor Borganoff [2 copies] -- Girl of my dreams / lyric and music by Sunny Clapp [12 copies] -- The girl of my dreams / by Nat Madison Bernardo Fazioli and Perley Stevens -- A girl of the Pi Beta Phi : from the musical "Good news!" / words and music by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson -- Girls, good bye! : from the musical "My golden girl" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, [music by] Sigmund Romberg -- Git goin' / words and music by Porter Grainger -- Give me a day in June / words & music by Gus Kahn, Al Lewis and Neil Moret [2 copies] -- Give me a night in JUne / by Cliff Friend -- Givin' the devil his due / words by Morrie Ryskind, music by Charles Rosoff -- Go home and tell your mother (that I love you) / words and music by Abel Baer, Benee Russell and Ira Schuster [2 copies] -- Go wash an elephant (if you wanna do something big) / by Art Terker & J. Russel Robinson -- God is good to the Irish : from the musical "The merry Malones" / lyric and music by George M. Cohan -- God's greatest gift / by Merton H. Bories, Paul Corbell and Neil Morét -- Golden girl of my dreams / by Geo. Spink -- Goldfish glid : from the musical "Sidewalks of New York" / by Eddie Dowling and James F. Hanley -- Gonna get a girl / words by Al Lewis, music by Howard Simon and Paul Ash [3 copies] -- A good man is hard to find / by Eddie Green [2 copies] -- Good news : from the musical "Good news" / words and music by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson -- Good news : from the motion picture "Good news" / words and music by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson -- Good pals : from the musical "My golden west" ["The love call"] / words by Harry B. Smith, [music by] Sigmund Romberg -- Good-bye Dolly Gray / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Paul Barnes -- Gorgeous / by Benny Davis and Harry Akst [6 copies] -- Got everything (Don't want anything but you) / words by Andy Razaf, music by Jack Palmer -- Grieving / words and music by Wayland Axtell -- Growing old together / words and music by Wm. E. Cornwell, arranged by Henry E. Earle -- Gypsy smile / words by Diana Hunt, music by Nelle Corday.
  • Half a kiss : from the musical "The yellow mask" / words by Eric Little, music by Vernon Duke -- Hail! The Baltimore and Ohio / by Walter Goodwin and Margaret T. Stevens -- Hail to Lindbergh (Good old "Slim") / words & music by Sig. Reinfield -- Hallelujah! : from the musical "Hit the deck" / words by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey, music by Vincent Youmans [5 copies] -- Hallelujah! : from the motion picture "Hit the deck" / words by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey, music by Vincent Youmans [5 copies] -- Happiness / words and music by Sue Clement (Mrs. Justin N. Dean) -- Happy : from the musical "Happy" / words by Earle Crooker and McElbert Moore, music by Frank Grey -- Happy days : from the musical "Good news" / words and music by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson -- Happy go lucky bird : from the musical "The 5 o'clock girl" / words by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Ruby [2 copies] -- The harbor of my heart : from the motion picture "Hit the deck" / words by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey, music by Vincent Youmans [5 copies] -- The harbor of my heart : from the musical "Hit the deck" / words by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey, music by Vincent Youmans [5 copies] -- Hawaiian dream boat / by Charlie Harrison, Louis O'Connell & Fred Rose -- He loves and she loves : from the musical "Funny face" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin [4 copies] -- He loves and she loves : from the motion picture "Funny face" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin -- What d'ye say? : from the musical "Merry go round" / lyrics by Morrie Ryskind and Howard Dietz, music by Henry Souvaine and Jay Gorney -- Headin' for Harlem : from the musical "Sidewalks of New York" / by Eddie Dowling and James F. Hanley -- The heart of Kentucky / words by Howard Johnson, music by Robert A. King -- Heartaches and dreams / words by Gus Kahn, music by John Alden & Loyal Curtis -- Heaven help a sailor on a night like this / words by Al Dubin and Willie Raskin, music by Joe Burke -- Hello cutie / by Cliff Friend [5 copies] -- Hello Lindy / words and music by Dave Silverman and Larry Conley -- Here am I - broken hearted / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson [6 copies] -- Here comes the show boat : from the revue "Africana" / words by Billy Rose, music by Maceo Pinkard [5 copies] -- Here I am / words & music by Eddie Leonard -- Here in the dark : from the musical "Golden dawn" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Emmerich Kálmán and Herbert Stothart -- He's a ladies' man : from the musical "Good news" / words and music by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson -- He's tall and dark and handsome / by Charles Tobias and Al Sherman -- He's the last word / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- High hat : from the musical "Funny face" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin -- High hat Harry / words & music by Jack Lesoir, Ray Doll & Kenneth Casey -- Highways are happy ways (when they lead the way to home) / lyric by Harry Harris and Tommie Malie, music by Larry Shay -- The hills of home / poem by Floride Calhoun, music by oscar J. Fox -- Close to your heart / by Billy Heagney -- Hold me and fold me close to your heart / by Billy Heagney -- Hold me in your arms again : from the 1927 spring edition of the "Hollywood music box revue" / words and music by Arthur Freed -- Hollywood Rose / by Al Jolson and Gus Kahn -- Home / poem by Edgar A. Guest, [music by] Paul Th. Miersch -- The homeward trail / words by Tom Ford, music by Phil Boutelje -- Honey babe / words and music by Jack Blue -- Honey girl / lyric by E. Schachtel, music by Thomas De Mayo -- Honey let's decide / words and music by John R. Wilderman -- (Hooray-hooray) It's ray-ray-raining / by Howard Johnson, Al Sherman and Charles Tobias -- Hoosier maid / words and music by John J. Hart -- Hoosier sweetheart / by Joe Goodwin, Paul Ash & Billy Baskette [4 copies] -- Hoover's Mississippi flood song / words and music by Joe Hoover -- Horse shoes / lyric by Victor Prospero, music by Menlo Mayfield -- Hot feet / by Wendell Hall -- Hot heels : from the revue "Padlocks of 1927" / lyric by Billy Rose and Ballard MacDonald, music by Lee David -- Hot-house Rose / words and music by Cole Porter -- The hours I spent with you / words by Sam Lewis & Joe Young, music by Little Jack Little -- How can I forget thee Russia / words and music by Anna M. Kluchansky -- How can you be so mean to me (when I'm so good to you?) / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed G. Nelson and Fred Phillips -- How long has this been going on? : from the musical "Rosalie" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin -- How long has this been going on? : from the musical "Smarty" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin -- How long has this been going on? : from the motion picture "Funny face" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin -- How was I to know : from the musical "She's my baby" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Humpty-Dumpty : from the musical "Just fancy" / words by Leo Robin, music by Phil Charig and Joseph Meyer [2 copies] -- Hussars march : from the musical "Rosalie" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, [music by] Sigmund Romberg.
  • I ain't-a-gonna grieve / composed by Aimee Semple McPherson -- I ain't that kind of a baby / words by Irving Kahal and Addy Britt, music by Sammy Fain [3 copies] -- I always knew I'd find you / lyric by Dolly Morse, music by Mabel Wayne [2 copies] -- I am good to dear mother (for she is so good to me) / written and composed by Charles A. Hastings -- I blush : from the musical "A Connecticut Yankee" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- I call you sugar / by Phil Baxter and George Bowles -- I can still remember / lyric and music by Joe Sanders -- I can't believe the tales of Hoffman / by Moe Siegel, Jack Meskill & Herman Paley [2 copies] -- I can't forget you (old pal of mine) / words by Henry Fink, music by Jules Bufffano [2 copies] -- I can't help feeling blue for you / lyric by Mildred Greenwald and Paul Ferris, music by George Reid -- I crave you / by Ray Hibbeler and Happy Harry Geise -- I could waltz on forever / words and music by Billy Baskette and Rube Bennett -- I don't believe you / by Sam Coslow and Larry Spier [3 copies] -- I don't mean maybe / words by Al Dubin, music by Chas. Shisler and Gus Benkhart -- I feel at home with you : from the musical "A Connecticut Yankee" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers [2 copies] -- I fond a sweetie / by Reuben Levin -- I gotta get myself somebody to love / by Cliff Hess [lead sheet] -- I have something nice for you : from the musical "Kiss me" / words by Derick Wulff, music by Winthrop Cortelyou -- I haven't got you : from the revue "Padlocks of 1927" / lyric by Billy Rose, melody by Jesse Greer -- I havent' told her, she hasn't told me (but we know it just the same) / words by Al Dubin and Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain [2 copies] -- I just roll along havin' my ups and downs / words by Jo' Trent, music by Peter De Rose [4 copies] -- I left my sugar standing in the rain (and she melted away) / words by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy Fain -- I live, I die for you! : from the musical "The love call" / words by Harry B. Smith, [music by] Sigmund Romberg -- I love no one but you / words and music by Phil Spitalny [2 copies] -- I love the college girls / by Moe Jaffe & Nat Bonx -- I love to catch brass rings, on a merry-go-round / by Abner Silver, Al Dubin & Con Conrad [lead sheet] -- I love to fall asleep counting the stars / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed G. Nelson -- I love you but I don't know why / words and music by Tommie Malie & Pippy Capman -- I made my mind up (you're gonna wind up with me) / words by Lewis & Young, music by Vincent Rose -- I must be dreaming / words and music by Al Dubin, Pat Flaherty and Al Sherman [8 copies] -- I must have an Italian gal / by Jack Yellen, Gus Van, Joe Schenck -- I need a little bit - you need a little bit / ffrom the musical "Piggy" / lyric by Lew Brown, music by Cliff Friend -- I need some cooling off : from the "London Pavilion revue" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- I never can forget you / lyric by Stanley F. Weiner, music by J. Warren Morse -- I never dreamed / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Shapiro [2 copies] -- I owe it all to you (mother o' mine) / by Lou Klein, Irving Mills, Jimmy McHugh -- I scream-you scream-we all scream for ice cream / by Howard Johnson, Billy Moll and Robert King [4 copies] -- I told them all about you / by Cliff Friend [4 copies] -- I understand / words by Sidney Holden, music by Harry D. Squires -- I walked back from the buggy ride / words and music by Hub Adams, Web Curtsinger and Irving Bibo -- I want a little kiss or two / words by Fred Elwood, music by Max Prival -- I want to be miles away from ev'ryone (and just a little closer to you) / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson [2 copies] -- I wonder how I look when I'm asleep / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson [2 copies] -- I wonder if you're lonesome / by Floyd Tomlinson -- I wonder where you are tonight? / words by Monte Carlo, music by Nat Osborne -- I wonder why? : from the musical "My princess" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, [music by] Sigmund Romberg.
  • I'm afraid of you / by Eddie Davis, Lew Daly and Archie Gottler [3 copies] -- (I'm afraid) You sing that song to somebody else / words by Tommy Maile, music by Joe Verges, arr. by Harry Sosnik [2 copies] -- I'm away from the world when I'm away from you 'cause you're all the world to me / by Sidney Clare and Lew Pollack [2 copies] -- I'm back in love again / by Cliff Friend [3 copies] -- I'm coming Virginia / lyric by Will Marion Cook, melody by Donald Heywood [2 copies] -- I'm gonna dance wit de guy wot brung me / lyric by Walter O'Keefe, music by Harry Archer [2 copies] -- I'm gonna meet my sweetie now / by Benny Davis and Jesse Greer [2 copies] -- I'm gonna settle up (then I'm gonna settle down) / lyrics by Billy Frisch and Nelson Ingham, music by Nat Osborne and Geo. B. McConnell -- I'm gonna take my Bimbo back to the Bambo Isle : from the musical "Bottomland" / by Spncer Williams and Jack Palmer -- I'm in heaven when I see you smile Diane : from the motion picture "Seventh heaven" / by Erno Rapee and Lew Pollack [5 copies] -- I'm jealous little one that's all! / words by Murry Hill, music by Arnold Le Bonde -- I'm just a rollin' stone / words and music by Art Gillham and Wendell Hall -- I'm just drifting along / lyric by Al Bernard, music by Sam Stept -- I'm learning now / by Little Jack Little & Ted Meyn -- I'm like a bird with a broken wing (trying to fly back home) / by Sidney Clare, Willie Raskin and Lew Pollack -- I'm looking over a four leaf clover / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Harry Woods [15 copies] -- I'm making believe that I don't care / words by Al Dubin and Willie Raskin, music by Alex Marr [2 copies] -- I'm more than satisfied / lyric by Ray Klages, melody by Thomas Waller [3 copies] -- I"m not the same since you said goodbye / lyric by Edward Sanford, music by Frank Galassi -- I'm on my merry way / by Haven Gillespie, Seymour Simons and Richard A. Whiting -- I'm saving Saturday night for you / words & music by Cal De Voll & Dudley Mecum [2 copies] -- I'm telling the world (that I love you) / words by Amy Ashmore Clark, music by W.C. Polla -- I'm the father of Kathleen O'Reilly / words and music by William McKinley Garman -- I'm walkin' on air / words by Wm. Tracey, music by Dan Dougherty -- I'm waltzing in love with you / by Louis Tappé and Louis Katzman -- I'm wonderin' who : from the revue "Burlesque" / words by Jo' Trent and Edward Grant, music by Albert Von Tilzer and Peter De Rose -- In a primrose garden / words and music by Jessie Olive Proctor -- In a shady nook by a babbling brook / words by Harry Pease, music by Ed. G. Nelson [2 copies] -- In an oriental garden / words and music by John E. Hayes -- In love at last / words by Al Dubin, music by W.C. Polla -- In old Manila / by Bernie Grossman, Mickey Kippel and Arthur Sizemore -- In the moonlight / words by Louis Holzer, music by Larry Shay -- In the moonlight's silver trail / by Berry J. Sisk -- In the shadow of the roses / by Harold G. Frost and E. Clinton Keithley -- Indian cradle song / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Mabel Wayne -- Irish eyes / by Gus Benkhart and Charles P. Shisler -- Irresistible you : from the revue "Harry Delmar's revels" / words by Billy Rose & Ballard MacDonald, music by Jimme Monaco -- Is everybody happy now? : from the revue "Artists and models" / by Maurie Rubens, Jack Osterman and Ted Lewis -- Is it possible? (That she loves me) / by Mort Dixon and Harry Woods -- Is she my girl friend? (How-de-ow-dow) / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager [13 copies] -- Isabelita / words by José Mossegeld Santiago, English version by J.P. Coombs, music by A. Seismit-Doda -- It all belongs to me : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1927" / by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- I'vve been trying to forget you but you're forever on my mind / words and music by Leroy Magruder and George Bias -- It doesn't pay to go wrong / words by Al Piantadosi, music by Ernie Golden & Charlie Pierce -- I just had to happen / lyric by Lew Brown, music by Cliff Friend -- It was I / words and music by Larry E. Johnson.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 119
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 119.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1927.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 119
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