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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 123.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 123.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1927-1928.

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reel 123 [1927 Underneath-1928 Avalon]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 123 reel 123 [1927 Underneath-1928 Avalon]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
  • 1927: Underneath the stars with you / words and music by Sam H. Stept and Nick Lucas -- Underneath the weeping willow / lyric by Tom Ford, music by Lou Breau [6 copies] -- Up in the clouds : from the musical "The 5 o'clock girl" / words by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Ruby [2 copies] -- The Utah trail / words and music by Bob Palmer and Buster Novak -- Vacation / words by Carol Raven, music by I.M. Hescheles -- Varsity Drag, The / words and music by B.G. DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Venetian Love Dream / words and music by Theodore Pezzolo -- Vo-Do-Do-De-O / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Voice Of The Southland, The / words and music by Gene Austin, Marty Bloom and Ted Koehler -- Wait A Little Longer Lovebird / words by Mort Dixon, music by Jesse Greer\ -- Waitin' For The Springtime / words and music by Sam Messenheimer, Val Burton and Sigmond Sacks -- Waiting / words and music by Dot Moreau -- Waiting For The Rainbow / words by Billy Rose and Benny Davis, music by Harry Akst -- Wait'll We're Married / words by Sidney Clare and Dave Dreyer, music by James V. Monaco -- Waltz Of Love, The / words and music by Ted Koehler and Joe Verges -- Wandering Back To Loveland / words and music by G. M. Tidd -- Wandering In Dreamland / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Martin Broones -- Wanting You / words by Oscar Hammerstein, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Watching The World Go By / words by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Way Back When / words and music by Henri A. Keates and Harry I. and Louis Robinson -- We Americans / words by Harry Pease and Al Dubin, music by Ed. G. Nelson -- We Men Must Grow A Mustache / words and music by Speed Langworthy -- We My Honey And Me / words and music by Harry Woods, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman -- We Two / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein, music by Emmerich Kalman and Herbert Stothart -- We Want To Vote Blues / words and music by Harmon Elliott -- Wear Your Sunday Smile / words by Leo Robin, music by Charles Rosoff -- We're The Sunday Drivers / words and music by Charles Kenny, Irving Mills and Sammy Fain -- Weren't We Fools? / words and music by Cole Porter -- Welcome Home / words by J. Parker Coombs, music by Charles Maduro -- What A Baby / words and music by Haven Gillespie, Jimmy Conzelman and Richard A. Whiting -- What A Wonderful Wedding That Will Be / words by Irving Kahal and Francis Wheeler, music by Sammy Fain -- What About You And Me / words by Morrie Ryskind and Ralph Murphy, music by Charles Rosoff and Harold Lewis -- What Am I Gonna Do / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- What Are You Waiting For Mary? / words and music by Walter Donaldson -- What Could I Do / words by Gus Kahn, music by Paul Ash and Egbert Van Alstyne -- What Do I Care What Somebody Said / words and music by Sidney Clare and Harry Woods -- What Do We Do On A Dew Dew Dewy Day / words and music by Howard Johnson, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman -- What Does It Matter? / words and music by Irving Berlin -- What Makes My Baby Cry / words and music by Ray Hibbeler, Harry Sosnik and Harry D. Squires -- What Will Your Eyes Say Tomorrow / words and music by Lew Michelson, Fess Williams and Harry D. Squires -- What Would You Give? / words and music by Bessie Haynes Molloy -- Whatever You Say / words and music by Max Kortlander and Pete Wendling -- What'll I Write About? / words and music by L. Wolfe Gilbert -- What'll You Do? / words by Ned Miller, music by Chester Cohn -- What's The Use O' Worryin'? / words and music by Maceo Pinkard -- When All The World Is Fast Asleep / words and music by George Lipschultz, Al Hoffman and John Dallavo -- When Erastus Plays His Old Kazoo / words and music by Sam Coslow, Sammy Fain and Larry Spier -- When I Am Near You / words and music by J. Westermeyer -- When I Discover My Man / words by Alice Duer Miller, music by Jerome Kern -- When I Fell In Love With You / words and music by Art Kahn and Phil Schartz -- When I Look At That Mother Of Mine / words and music by Phil Ponce and Merle T. Kendrick -- When I Look At You / words and music by Isham Jones and Cliff Friend -- When I Met You In The Garden Of Love / words and music by Fran Lan-Yonne Davis -- When I Was Hikin' With You / words and music by Howard Johnson, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman -- When I'm Romeo's Wife / words by Walter P. Keogh, music by Richard Broughton -- When Jennie Does That Low Down Dance / words and music by Fred Rose -- When Shadows Creep / words by Bertram P. Hargrave, music by Byron Gay -- When Shadows Fall / words by George S. Applegarth, music by L. Leslie Loth -- When Somebody New Grows Tired Of You / words and music by Myrtle Williams -- When Summer Is Gone / words by Charles Harrison, music by Monte Wilhite -- When The Bo-Tree Blossoms Again / words by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, music by Jerome Kern -- When The Clock Is Striking Four / words by Vaughn DeLeath, music by Madelyn Sheppard -- When The Dreams Of A Dreamer Come True / words and music by Stark Paget -- When The Love-Bird Leaves The Nest / words and music by Hugh Wade -- When The Moon Comes Peeping Thru / words and music by Sam J. Gold -- When The Moon Is High / words by Harry Steinberg, music by John McLaughlin -- When The Moon Shines Down Upon The Mountain / words and music by Gene Austin -- When The Morning Glories Wake Up In The Morning / words by Billy Rose, music by Fred Fisher -- When The One You Love Don' Care / words and music by Alfred Mathwig -- When The Robert E. Lee Comes To Town / words by Nick Kenny, music by Charles Kenny -- When The Sunset Bids The Day Good-Bye / words and music by Al Piantadosi -- When Will We Meet Again / words by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- When You Dream Of Me / words and music by Ben Black and Harry Owens -- When You Play With The Heart Of A Girl / words by Earl Haubrich, music by Thomas Bruce -- When You Played The Organ / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Joseph George Gilbert -- When You're Looking For Tulips / words and music by Lew Michelson, Fess Williams and Harry D. Squires -- When You're With Somebody Else / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Ruth Etting and Abel Baer -- Whisper Song, The / words and music by Cliff Friend.
  • 1927: Where have you been all my life : from the musical "Allez-oop!" / words by Leo Robin, music by Philip Charig & Richard Myers [2 copies] -- Where in the world is there someone for me / by Al Lewis, Gerald Marks, Emerson Gill and Carmen Lombardo [5 copies] -- Where is my mama / by Chas. Coleman -- Where roses bring mem'ries of you / words by J.B. Ware, melody by J.B. Ware, arranged by Heila-Wing -- Where the Hudson flows out to the sea / lyrics by William Jerome, music by Maude Nugent and Jean Schwartz -- Where the wild, wild flowers grow / words by Mort Dixon, music by Harry Woods [2 copies] -- Wherever there's a rose there's a memory of you / words and music by Maurice J. Gunsky and George Hayden -- Wherever you are : from the musical "Sidewalks of New York" / by Eddie Dowling and James F. Hanley -- Whether it rains - whether it shines / words by Dolph Singer, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- While Miami dreams / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- The whip : from the musical "Golden Dawn" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Emmerich Kálmán and Herbert Stothart [2 copies] -- The whip : from the motion picture "Golden Dawn" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Emmerich Kálmán and Herbert Stothart -- Whispering wind : from the musical "The beloved cagabond" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Dudley Glass -- Who are you fooling tonight / lyric by Wm. Tracey and Walter Goodwin, music by Dan Dougherty -- Who did-you did! : from the musical "The 5 o'clock girl" / words by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Ruby [2 copies] -- Who gives you all your kisses / by Bob & Don Elbel [2 copies] -- Who knows / lyric by Mort Dixon, music by Harry Woods -- Who was the lady? / by Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx -- The whole world is waiting for dreams to come true / by Charlie Harrison & Deane Moore -- Who-oo? You-oo! That's who! / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager [5 copies] -- Whoopsie : from the musical "She's my baby" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Who's that-knockin' at my door? / words by Gus Kahn, music by Seymour Simons -- Who's that pretty baby? / by Bobby Heath and Alex Marr -- Who's wonderful, who's marvelous? Miss Annabelle Lee / by Sidney Clare, Lew Pollack & Harry Richman [14 copies] -- Pretty little bom bom from Bombay / by Howard Johnson, Al Sherman and Chas. Tobias -- Whose little baby are you? / by Clifford M. Cole -- Why can't you find the time for me / lyric by Nat Niles and M.L. Brewer, music by Jules Stein and Bennie Krueger [2 copies] -- Why do you tell me you love me (when you don't mean a word you say) / words and music by Gene Austin and Clover Shook [2 copies] -- Why must we always be dreaming? : from the musical "Rosalie" / words by P.G> Wodehouse, [music by] Sigmund Romberg -- Why, oh, why? : from the musical "Hit the deck" / words by Leo Robin and Clifford Grey, music by Vincent Youmans [2 copies] -- Why should I say that I'm sorry when nobody's sorry but me / words & music by Larry Conley [3 copies] -- Wide open spaces / by Byron Gay, Richard A. Whiting and Paul Whiteman -- Wife o' mine / words and music by Dale Wimbrow -- Will we meet again / words & music by Body Senter, Al Lewis and Howard Simon -- The winding trail / lyric by George Hayden, music by George P. Howard, adapted from the melody of "The old refrain" by Fritz Kreisler [3 copies] -- Wings : from the musical "Take the air" / words by Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper -- Wings : from the motion picture "Wings" / lyric by Ballard Macdonald, music by J.S. Zamecnik -- With someone like you by my side / words by Billy Hueston & Harry Edelheit, music by Alfred Solman -- Without you sweetheart / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Won't you marry me? : from the musical "My Maryland" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg -- The world is mine : from the musical "Funny face" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin [2 copies] -- Worryin' / by George Fairman [2 copies] -- Wy-lets (Violets) / words by Howard Johnson and Benee Russell, music by Jerry Benson.
  • 1927: Ya gonna be home tonight (Oh yeh? Then I'll be over) / words and music by Harold Dixon, Al Dubin and Sammy Stept [2 copies] -- The Yale blues / lyri by Collie Knox, music by Vivian Ellis -- Yankee Doodle rhythm : from the musical "Strike up the band" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin -- Yankee Doodle rhythm : from the musical "Rosalie" / words by Ira Gershwin, [music by] George Gershwin -- The Yankee father in the Yankee home : from the musical "The merry Malones" / lyric and music by George M. Cohan -- Yankee prance / words and music by Florence May Umstatter -- Yep! 'Long about June / by Billy Heagney [2 copies] -- Yes she do no she don't (I'm staisfied with my girl) / words by Jo' Trent, music by Peter De Roses -- You and I, love you and me : from the musical "Bye bye Bonnie" / words by Neville Fleeson, music by Albert Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- You are a wonderful flower / words and music by Leonard Sproul -- You came along : from the musical "Just fancy" / words by Leo Robin, music by Philip Charig and Richard Myers [2 copies] -- You can tell her anything under the sun (when you get her under the moon) / words by Monty Siegel & Jack Meskill, music by Herman Paley [lead sheet] -- You can't walk back from an aeroplane (so what are yon girls gonna do?) / by Irving Bibo and William B. Friedlander -- You don't like-not much / words and music by Ned Miller, Art Kahn and Chester Cohn -- You flew over Uncle Sam takes his hat off to you / by Charlie Harrison & Joe Verges -- You gotta be good to me / lyric by Lewis and Young, music by Vincent Rose [2 copies] -- You have a sax appeal / words and music by C.P. Keene -- You know I love you / lyric by Dolly Morse, music by joe Burke -- You lied / words & music by Harriet N. Persons -- You never get nowhere holding hands / by Howard Johnson, Maurice Sturm and Walter C. Ness -- You, or nobody : from the musical "Yes, yes Yvette" / by Irving Caesar -- You said "good-night" but you meant "good-bye" / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Alfred Solman & Jay Gorney -- You should see my tootsie / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager [3 copies] -- You wouldn't fool a friend / words and music by J. Walter Leopold [lead sheet] -- You'll be sorry in the moring that you made me cry tonight / lyric by Billy Rose, music by Redmond Farrar -- You'll find the end of the rainbow (in your own back yard) : from the revue "Le Maire's affairs" 2nd edition / words by Billy Rose and Ballard Macdonald, music by Jesse Greer -- You'll never be missed a hundred years from now / by Billy Rose, Mort Dixon & Redmond Farrar -- Your land and my land : from the musical "My Maryland" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg [3 copies] -- Your land and my land : from the motion picture "Deep in my heart" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Your love is all : from the motion picture "Old Ironsides" / words by Harry D. Kerr, music by J.S. Zamecnik [2 copies] -- Your love or no love : American adaptation of Nunca / English lyric by Albert Gamse, Spanish lyric by Ricardo Lopez, music by Guty Cardenas -- You're so easy to remember (I'm' so easy to forget) / words by Mort Dixon, music by Harry Woods -- You're the one for me / words & music by Walter Donaldson & Paul Ash [2 copies] -- You're what I need : from the musical "She's my baby" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers [2 copies] -- You're wonderful in my dreams / by Harriett N. Persons -- You've forgotten / by Forrest L. Willis -- Zulu wail (His Zulu gal done him wrong) / by Irving Bibo and Frank Skinner.
  • 1928: Abdul Abulbul Amir / by Frank Crumit -- Add a little wiggle : from the musical "Rain or shine" / words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager -- Adorable Dora / by Archie Gottler, Sidney Clare and Maceo Pinkard -- Adoreé (I adore you) / words & music by Eugene West -- After my laughter came tears / words by Charles Tobias and Roy Turk, music by Roy Turk [19 copies] -- After you there'll be somebody else after me / lyric by Monty Siegel, John Siras, music by Felix Bernard -- Afterwards / by James Brockman -- All because of you / words and music by Henri Therrien, Sam H. Stept and Bud Green -- All by yourseslf in the moonlight / by Jay Wallis -- All day long / words by Milton J. Cross & Walter H. Preston, music by Eugene Stanley -- All hail : a song of the University of Southern California / by Alfred F. Wesson -- All nuts don't grow on trees / nutty words and music by Marvin Smolev, Jerry Levine & Henry Fishbach -- All of the time / by Harry Woods -- All thru the night / [by] Lew Pollack and Katherine Allan Lively -- Alone (My lover) : from the musical "The white eagle" / lyric by Brian Hooker, music by Rudolf Friml -- Alone with only dreams : from the revue "George White's scandals" ninth annual edition / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- Alone with you / by Dave Ringle -- Always in my dreams (never in my arms) / lyric by Lou Herscher and Joe Darcey, music by Max Kortlander -- Always in my heart : from the motion picture "The younger generation" / lyric by Don Drew, music by Sam A. Perry -- Always just a dream / words by R. Bayfield Evans, music by Sylvain Hamy -- Always the same swet pal / inspired by the motion picture "The cop" / by Charles Weinberg and Billy Stone -- American tune : from the revue "George White's scandals" ninth annual edition / by B.G. De Sylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson -- And still I love you / words by Irving Caesar, music by Walter Jurmann -- And then you came along / words by Ev. E. Lyn, Hazel Mooney, music by Sammy Fain -- Andalucia / song adaptation and French and Spanish lyric by Suzanne D'Olivera Jackowska and Sonia Dimitrowna, music by Ernest Lecuona, English lyric by Albert Stillman -- Angel / words by Joe Burns, and Murray Kissen, music by Walter Donovan -- Angela mia (My angel) / lyric by Lew Pollack, Italian lyric by Maria Perrocato, music by Erno Rapée -- Angela mia (My angel) : from the motion picture "Street angel" / lyric by Lew Pollack, music by Erno Rapée -- Angela mia (My angel) / lyric by Lew Pollack, music by Erno Rapée -- Anita / by Lew Pollack and Sidney Clare [2 copies] -- Another kiss (Un autre baiser) : from the motion picture "Manhattan cocktail" / words and music by Victor L. Schertzinger [2 copies] -- Another kiss (Un autre baiser) : from the motion picture "The laughing lady" / words and music by Victor L. Schertzinger [2 copies] -- (Anyone can see with half-an-eye) I'm crazy over you / by Al Sherman & Al Lewis -- (Anyone can see with half-an-eye) I'm crazy over you / by Al Sherman & Al Lewis [lead sheet] -- Anything you say / by Walter Donaldson -- Anything your heart desires : from the musical "Just a minute" / words by Walter O'Keefe, music by Harry Archer -- Are you making a fool of me / words by Tommie Malie and Ed Rose, music by Joe Verges [3 copies] -- Are we downhearted? No! / by Benny Davis and Archie Gottler -- Arms of love / words by Alfred Bryan & Francis Wheeler, music by Pete Wendling -- As long as we are in love : from the musical "Hello daddy!" / words by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh -- As you were / by Gertrude Heinmiller, Francis Casey & Harry Alexander -- Ashes of love / lyric by Monty Siegel, music by Chas. Rosoff -- At end / [words by] Louise Chandler Moulton, [music by] Cecil Cowles -- At last / by Lou Davis, Herman Ackman and Geroge Olsen [2 copies] -- At the barbecue : from the musical "Lovely lady" / lyric by Harry A. Steinberg and Eddie Ward, music by Dave Stamper and Harold Levey -- Auf wiederseh'n (We'll meet again) / by Abner Greenberg [4 copies] -- Avalon town / lyric by Grant Clarke, music by Nacio Herb Brown [9 copies] -- Avalon old sweetheart of mine / words and music by John Palangio & Phil Duckman.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 123
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 123.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1927-1928.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 123
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