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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 110.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 110.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1925.

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reel 110 [1925 Sonny-1925 Wonderful]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 110 reel 110 [1925 Sonny-1925 Wonderful]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
  • Sonny boy / words and music by Gertrude S. Robberson -- Sonya (Yup alay yup!) / words by Bob Schafer, music by Fred Fisher -- Sorry and blue / by Bob and Don Elbel -- Spanish eyes / lyric by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Vincent Rose -- Spanish shawl / lyric by Billy Meyers and Walter Melrose, music by Elmer Schoebel -- Speech! / by Sidney Clare and Cliff Friend -- The spirit of Aggieland / words by Marvin H. Mimms, music by Richard J. Dunn -- Spring in autumn : from the musical "Spring in autumn" / words by Gus Kahn and Raymond B. Egan, music by Will Ortmann -- Springtime roses and you / by Vito La Monaca & Charles P. Shisler -- Squeeze me / words and music by Thomas "Fats" Waller and Clarence Williams -- Stand up, scout, strong and steady your country's calling you (The call of the Boy Scouts of the world) / lyric by Harry Joseph Heltman, music by Marion Abigail Wood -- Steppin' in society / words by Alex Gerber, music by Harry Akst [5 copies] -- Strumming (I just keep strumming along) / lyric and music by Harry Woods -- Students march song : from the operetta "The student prince" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Sugar plum : from the revue "Gay Paree" / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Joseph Meyer -- Summer nights / by Howard Johnson, Irving Bibo and Abe Lyman [2 copies] -- Sunshine : from the musical "Sunny" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammestein IInd, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- The sun shines bright in California / words & music by Geoffrey O'Hara -- The sun will shine again / lyric by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Sunny : from the musical "Sunny" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammestein IInd, music by Jerome Kern [4 copies] -- Sunny smiles of Hawaii / words and music by John Palalaiki -- Susan : from the "Chatter box revue" / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Swanee butterfly / lyric by Billy Rose, music by Walter Donaldson -- Sweet and low-down : from the musical "Tip-toes" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin [3 copies] -- Sweet blue bird (Take my love a message) / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Abe Olman -- Sweet child / lyric by Al Lewis, music by Richard A. Whiting and Howard Simon [15 copies] -- Sweet Georgia Brown / by Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard & Kenneth Casey [6 copies] -- My sweet Irish Nell / words by Alfred M. Arnesen, music by Chas. B. Brown -- Sweet Kalula Lou / by May Singhi Breen, Leo Wood & Irving Bibo -- Sweet man / words by Roy Turk, music by Maceo Pinkard -- Sweet Marie / lyric by Cy Warman, music by Raymond Moore -- Sweet Peter : from the musical "Dearest enemy" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Sweet southern love / by Howard Johnson, Irving Bibo and Joe Darcy -- Sweetheart, I love you / words & music by Wilfred Harris -- Sweetheart of mine : from the musical "Louie the 14th" / words by Arthur Wimperis, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Sweetheart Rose / words and music by Benny Davis, Artie Meyers and Jimmy Quinn -- Sympathetic someone : from the musical "The city chap" / words by Anne Caldwell, music by Jerome Kern -- Syncopating Sadie : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1924-5" / by Gene Buck and Dave Stamper.
  • Take 'Em To The Door / words by Billy Rose and Benny Davis, music by Ray Henderson -- Take Me Back Marguerite / words by Bernie Grossman, music by Nat Osborne -- Take Me Back to Louisiana / words and music by Arthur Lester Runyan -- Take Me Back To Your Harbor Of Love / words and music by Dave McManus -- Tangletoes / words by Gertrude Purcell, music by Vincent Rose -- Tango Melody / words and music by Irving Berlin -- Teach Me To Smile / words by Cloyd Griswold, music by Don Bestor -- Tell Me More / words by B.G. DeSylva and Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- Tell Me Why / words and music by Verna Lyon Cover -- Tell Me Why You And I Should Be Strangers / words by Fred Fisher and Bob Shafer, music by Ernie Golden -- Tell Me "Yes"-Tell Me "No" / words by Runcie Tatnall, music by Dick Meyers -- Telling Eyes / words and music by Lee Morse and Lew Pollack -- Temple Of Baby Smiles / words and music by L.A. Kebbon -- Thanks For The Buggy Ride / words and music by Jules Buffano -- That Certain Feeling : from the musical "Tip-Toes" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- That Certain Party / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson -- That Means Nothing To Me / words and music by A.L. Keith and Lee Sterling -- That Old Irish Mother Of Mine / words by Harry VonTilzer, music by William Jerome -- That Ould Irish Daddy Of Mine / words and music by A.E. Buckingham -- That Saxophone Waltz Song / words and music by Berry J. Sisk and Jules Mingo -- That South Car'lina Jazz Dance / words and music by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake -- That Wonderful Day / words by Clifford Grey, music by Paul Lannin -- That's A Lotta Apple Sauce / words by Tommy Powers and Jack Miller, music by Alvano Mier -- That's All There Is There Ain't No More / words and music by Harry Woods -- That's Her-That's Her / words by B.G. DeSylva, music by Walter Donaldson -- That's How Sure I Am That I Love You / words and music by Rennie Cormack, Billy Tracey and Dan Dougherty -- That's Why You're Mary Mine / words by Harry Mayo and Sidney Mitchell, music by Roy King -- Then I Met You / words and music by Abner Silver, Otto Motzan and Sam Coslow -- Then You'll Think Of Me / words by Phil Moore, music by Ethel Burton and Julius Crandall -- There Ain't No Flies On Auntie / words and music by W. Van der Decken -- There Is A Garden In Loveland / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Karl Hajos -- There's Nothing Wrong / words by Orlando M. Melcher, music by Franz Herlin -- There's One Born Every Minute / words by Harry Pease and Harry Tobias, music by Ed G. Nelson -- These Charming People : from the musical "Tip-Toes" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- They All Remind Me Of You / words by Cliff Friend, music by Larry Spier -- Thinking Of You / words and music by Clarence Gaskill -- Thinking Of You / words and music by James Roosevelt Armour -- Three Times A Day / words by B.G. DeSylva and Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- Three Years Old / words by Leo Robin, music by Albert von Tilzer -- Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Larry Shay -- Till I Met You / words by John Steel, music by Mabel Stapleton -- Till The Dawn Comes Creeping / words by William H. Martin, music by Harold Wardell -- Till The End O' The World With You / words by Claude Sacre, music by Harold Dixon -- Tilly Of Longacre Square / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by James F. Hanley -- Tiny-Town / words by Herbert Fields, music by Frederick Hollaender -- Toddle Along / words by Gene Buck, music by Werner Janssen -- Tomorrow Mornin' / words and music by Russel Robinson, Jack Little and Addy Britt -- Tondeleo / words by Jack Osterman and Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper -- Too Many Kisses In The Summer / words by Billy Rose and Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren -- Too Many Mammas / words by Billy Tracey, music by Jack Stanley -- Too Many Parties And Too Many Pals / words by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon, music by Ray Henderson -- Trubble / words by Don Drew, music by Louis Breau -- True Hearts / words by Arthur Wimperis, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Truly I Do / words and music by Lester M. Palmer, Harvey Hubbard and Jess Williams -- Trying / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Wright and Bessinger -- Tryin' To Keep Away From You / words and music by Russel Robinson and Max Kortlander -- Turn Homeward / words by Jack McGowan, music by Edgar Moran -- Tweedle-Dee Tweedle-Doo / words and music by Art Kassel and Mel Stitzel -- Twilight / words and music by Nacio Herb Brown -- Twilight And You / words and music by Walter Goodwin -- Twilight Voices / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Two Little Bluebirds / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein, music by Jerome Kern -- Two Tired Eyes / words and music by Lou Davis, Harry Richman and Joseph Meyer.
  • Ukulele baby / words by Jack Meskill and Ed Rose, music by Al Sherman and Marty Bloom [2 copies] -- Ukulele lady / words by Gus Kahn, music by Richard A. Whiting [14 copies] -- The vale of golden dreams / by Frank Davis, Gertrude Arras and Minnie Dolgoff [3 copies] -- Valencia (A song of Spain) : from the musical "The great temptations" / words by Lucien Boyer and Jacques-Charles, American version by Clifford Grey, music by José Padilla -- Valencia (A song of Spain) : from Charles Gulliver's revue "Palladium pleasures" / words by Lucien Boyer and Jacques-Charles, English version by Eric Valentine, music by José Padilla -- Valentine / words by Albert Willemetz, American version by Herbert Reynolds, music by H. Christine [2 copies] -- Venetian isles / words & music by Irving Berlin -- Venetian night and you / words and music by The Silver Masked Tenor -- Venetian wedding moon : from the revue "Artists and models" Paris edition / words by Clifford Grey, music by Alfred Goodman, Maurie Rubens and J. Fred Coots -- Violets whisper that I love you / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Samuel H. Speck -- Virginia Rose : from the musical "Barbara Lee" / words by L.S. Bitner, music by R.L. Harlow -- Vodka : from the musical "Song of the flame" / words by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by George Gershwin & Herbert Stothart -- Wait 'till to-morrow night / by Edgar Leslie, Jack Palmer and Harry Woods -- Waitin' for the moon / words by Joe Brown, music by Sam Lerner [7 copies] -- Wait'll it's moonlight / words by Frank Bannister, music by Maceo Pinkard [2 copies] -- Walking home with Josie : from the musical "The city chap" / words by Anne Caldwell, music by Jerome Kern -- Waltz of my dreams / by Walter Goodwin -- Waltzing the blues away / by Billy Rose, Ballard MacDonald & Lee David -- Wonder away : from the musical "Song of the flame" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Herbert Stothart -- Want a little lovin' / words by Benny Davis, music by Harry Warren [7 copies] -- Wanted a pal by the name of Mary / words and music by Zeula Z. Miller -- Watching and waiting for you / words by Leo Wood, music by Herman Ackman -- Waters of the Perkiomen / lyric by Al Dubin, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Way down home / by Walter Donaldson [2 copies] -- Way down in my heart / lyric by Charles Dornberger, music by Charles Kisco -- Way down south in Chicago by the old Pacific shore / words by Henry Creamer, music by Harry Warren -- We are the Bolshiveeks / by Mortimer Weinberg -- We should care : from the musical "The cocoanuts" / by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- Wearing of the green / words by Dion Boucicault, arranged by F. Henri Klickmann -- Weary (of waiting for you) / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Emerson Gill and Richard A. Whiting -- Wedding off Phil and Beth / words and music by Chas. E. Roat -- We'll meet again in Normandy / lyric by Gus kahn, music by Frank Cambria -- We're back together again / words by Sidney Clare, music by Jimmie Monaco [2 copies] -- We're back together again (my baby and me) : from the musical "Kid boots" / words by Sidney Clare, music by Jimmie Monaco.
  • What a blue eyed baby you are / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Jack Hanna -- What a gal-what a pal / words and music by Harold Veo & Larry Spier -- What a life when no one loves you / by George A. Little, Joe Goodwin, Larry Shay [2 copies] -- What a smile can do / lyrics by Art Walsh, music by A. Paganucci -- What a world this would be : from the revue "George White's scandals" seventh annual edition / words by B.G. De Sylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson -- What are you doing tonight Blondy? / words by Billy Rose, Mort Dixon, music by Ray Henderson -- What could be sweeter than you? / lyric by Lew Brown, music by Cliff Friend [3 copies] -- What did I do to you / words and music by Benny Davis & Larry Conley -- What do I care? : from the musical "A royal pretender" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Sigmund Romberg -- What do I care-what do I care My sweetie turned me down / words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson [15 copies] -- What do we care if it's one o'clock (or two, or three, or four) / by Joe Goodwin, Larry Shay & Paul Ash -- What do you say boys (Whadaya say) / words, music and special verses by Cal De Voll -- What if nobody loved you / lyric by Sara Dawon & Jerome Green, music by Jerome Green & Harry Jolson -- What-cha-call-'em-blues / words and music by Steve L. Roberts -- What's the use of crying / lyric by Verdi Kindel, music by Louis Forbstein -- When a blonde makes up her mind (to do you good) / by Sammy Fain, Willie Raskin and Irving Mills -- When do we dance? : from the musical "Tip-toes" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- When eyes of blue are fooling you / words by Sidney Clare, music by Jimmie Monaco [2 copies] -- When Georgia smiles / words and music by Chic Endor and Eddie Ward -- When I belong to you / words & music by Baron Keyes -- When I dream of the last waltz with you / lyrics by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- When I hear a bedtime story over the radio / words and music by Nelson Ingham -- When I take my vacation in heaven / words and music by Herbert Buffum [3 copies] -- When I think of you / words by Harry Owens, music by Vincent Rose [7 copies] -- When love is near : from the musical "Spring in autumn" / words by Gus Kahn and Raymond B. Egan, music by Will Ortmann -- When nights are long / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Larry Briers -- When the hurdy-gurdy plays : from the musical "Rainbow Rose" / words by Zelda Sears, music by Harold Levey -- When the hurdy-gurdy plays : from the play "A lucky break" / words by Zelda Sears, music by Harold Levey -- When you do what you do / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Goerge Johnsen -- When you find a girl who loves you / words by Lewis Daly, music by William P. Ferris -- When you find her remind her of me / by Howard Johnson & Irving Bibo -- When you see that aunt of mine : from the musical "Harlem auf Reissen" / American version by Johnson & Bibo, music by Rudolph Nelson -- When you smile : from the musical "When you smile" / words by Phil Cook, music by Tom Johnstone -- When your dreams yes dreams come true / words and music by J.G.C. Akers, arr. by Len Fleming, re-arr. by J.S. Unger -- When you're away / lyric by Leoane Foote, music by Beverley Ransom -- When you're lonesome, pal of mine / words by Cliff Hall, music by Harold A. Dellon -- Where-are-you-now? / by Elmer Olson and Vernon Stevens [2 copies] -- Wherever ever you go : from the musical "The daughter of Rosie O'Grady" / lyric by Cliff Hess, music by Jos. H. Santly -- Where is my old girl tonight / words by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon, music by Harry Woods -- Where is my Rose of Waikiki? / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Where the four-leaf clovers grow / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Where's that little girl : from the revue "The Fifth Avenue follies" / words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers -- Where the heck is Mulligan? / lyric by Ralph Spencer and Billy Rose, music by Con Conrad -- Where the huckleberries grow / words by Alfred Bryan and Harry Richman, music by Abner Silver -- Where the love light burns / words and music by Will Wright -- Where we can be in love : from the play "Kosher Kitty Kelly" / lyrics and music by Leon De Costa -- Where will I find a girl like Mary? / written and composed by John P. Long -- While we danced till dawn / words by Lou David and Ted Lewis, Henry Santly and Ira Schuster -- Whisper to me / lyric by Haven Gillespie, music by Lillian Rosedale Goodman -- Whisp'ring eyes / by Jimmy Carr, Cooper Paul and Harry D. Squires -- Whispering hope / [by] Alice Hawthorne, transcribed by J. Messina -- Whispering leaves / words by Billy Schary, music by Allen Behr -- White rose-red rose : from the revue "The great temptations" / words by Clifford Grey, music by R. Moretti -- Who? : from the musical "Sunny" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- Who? : from the motion picture "Sunny" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- Who? : from the motion picture "Till the clouds roll by" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- Who do you love after all / by Marie Prescott, Harley Rosso and William McKinley Garman -- Who takes care of the caretaker's daughter (while the caretaker's busy taking care) : from the musical "Lady, be good" / by Chick Endor [3 copies] -- Who wouldn't love you / words by Benny Davis, music by Joe Burke -- The whole world is dreaming of love / words by Gus Kahn, music by Don Bestor and Charley Straight -- Whoopee!! / [by] [B.G.] De Sylva, [Lew] Brown and [Con] Conrad -- You told me to go / [by] [Abe] Lyman, Sedgwick and Cohen -- Who's lovin' my sweetie now? / by Tommie Malie and Sammy Stept -- Who's with you tonight / by Otto Motzan & Marty Bloom -- Whose who are you? / lyric by Ray Klages and Abel Green, melody by Jesse Greer [2 copies] -- The whosis-whatsis : from the revue "George White's scandals" seventh annual edition / words by B.G. De Sylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson -- Why? / words and music by Lucile Pyper -- Why can't we start all over / words by Harry D. Kerr, music by Earl Burtnett -- Why did you call me wonderful one? / by Ray Vincent & Leo Herbert -- Why do I love you? : from the musical "Tell me more" / words by B.G. De Sylva and Ira Gershwin, music by Geo. Gershwin -- Why don't you say so? : from the musical "Kid boots" / lyric by Joseph McCarthy, music by Harry Tierny [2 copies] -- Why is love? : from the musical "June days" / words by Clifford Odets, music by J. F. Coots -- Why should I believe in you? / by Joe Verges, Henri Therrien & Irwin Leclere -- The wind blew through his whiskers / words by Billy Rose, music by Con Conrad -- Wise crackin' Jack / words by Jack McGowan, music by Charles Rosoff -- The wishing bridge / words and music by Wm. J. Robertson and Edythe K. Robertson -- With you beside me : from the play "A lucky break" / words by Zelda Sears, music by Harold Levey -- With you dear, in Bombay / lyric and music by Charles Chaplin -- Wonder why I love you like I do / by Daniel Yates and Earl Bray -- Wonderful dreams / words and music by Bradley Wright -- Wonderful wonder (that wonderful wonder is you) / lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, music by Herbert Spencer.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 110
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 110.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1925.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 110
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