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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 103.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 103.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1924.

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reel 103 [1924 It had-1924 No tears]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 103 reel 103 [1924 It had-1924 No tears]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
  • It had to be you / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones [13 copies] -- It had to be you : from the motion picture "The roaring twenties" / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones -- It is you / words by Elizabeth McCabe Gilmore, music by Chas. E. Pemberton -- It looks like rain / by Wendell Hall -- It might have been me / by Sam Coslow, Harold Berg and Charles Horvath -- It was only a dream / lyric by Billy Rose, music by Ray Henderson -- Italian Rose / by Tony Panucci and Art Walsh -- Italian street song : from the operetta "Naughty Marietta" / lyric by Rida Johnson-Young, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- It's about time (you forgot all the others) / words by Sam Landers, music by Archie Gottler -- It's all the same to me / words and music by Roy Turk & Lou Handman [4 copies] -- It's nobody's fault but your own / lyric by M.A. Landau, music by Charles Weinberg [2 copies] -- It's sun up now / words and music by Eugene Lockhart -- It's young and it doesn know (C'est jeune et ca n'sait pas) / American version by Al Dubin, French version by Albert Willemetz and Jacques-Charles, music by Ch. Borel-Clerc -- I've a garden in Sweden / by C.W. Murphy, Hugh Owens and Dan Lipton -- I've a garden in Sweden / by C.W. Murphy, Hugh Owens and Dan Lipton, American version by Nora Bayes & Jack Norworth -- I've been a good pal to you / lyric by Max. C. Freedman, melodby by Harry D. Squires -- I've confessed to the breeze : from the musical "No, no Nanette" / words by Otto Harbach, music by Vincent Youmans -- I've got a new mamma / words and music by Roy Fox, Jack Lax and Earl Burtnett [2 copies].
  • Javanella / words by Al Dubin, music by Felix Bernard -- Jealous / words by Tomie Malie and Dick Finch, music by Jack Little [3 copies] -- Jealous : from the motion picture "The feminine touch" / words by Tomie Malie and Dick Finch, music by Jack Little -- The Jefferson Davis / lyric by Walter Donaldson, music by Pete Wendling -- Jimminy gee! / words by Tomie Malie and Dick Finch, music by Jack Little -- Jimtown ball / words by Spencer Williams, music by Allie Moore -- Jolly Molly Malone / words by A. Arthur Ganley, music by Abe Goldstein -- Juliet / words & music by James Kendis and Hal Dyson -- Jump Fritz (I feed you liver) / words by Mack Henshaw & Joe Manuel, music by Harry Jentes -- June / words by John A. Usher, music by Robert Braine -- June brought the roses / words by Ralph Stanley, music by John Openshaw [3 copies] -- June night (Just give me a June night, the moonlight and you) / lyric by Cliff Friend, music by Abel Baer [11 copies] -- Jus' 'cause / words and music by Ruth Person Vandersloot -- Just a little bit of love / by Lou Davis and Henry Santly -- Just a ray of sunshine / by Robert E. Miller -- Just as the day is done / words & music by Clyde Keutzer -- Just for a while / lyric by Maxwell C. Freed, melody by Harry D. Squires -- Just for old times sake / words & music by George Oliver & Art Landry -- Just hot / by Al Dubin, Frank Signorelli, Phil Napoleon and Jimmy McHugh -- Just leave me alone (That's all I ask of you) / words and music by Doc Davis and Jack Chapman -- Just like the dawn / by Ethwell Eddie Hanson -- Just like a beautiful story / lyric by Harry D. Kerr, music by Earl Burtnett -- Just one more night in your arms / words by Fred Fisher, music by Samuel Timberg -- Just one rose : from the musical "The chiffon girl" / by [Monte] Carlo & [Alma] Sanders -- Just today / words by Tyrone King, music by Cecil Osik Ellis -- Just we two : from the musical "The student prince in Heidelberg" / words by Dorothy Donnelly, music by Sigmund Romberg [2 copies] -- Just your mother (Just you) / [by] Clarence Gormes, Arthur Ballou and Ira Ballou Jr.
  • Keep on dancing / words by Charles Marsh, music by Bobby O'Brien -- Keep on going (When you get where you're going, you won't be missed at all) / words and music by Al Bernard -- Keep smiling / by George J. Riley, Bob Sloane & Charlie Kerr -- Keep smiling at trouble (Trouble's a bubble) : from the musical "Big boy" / words by Al Jolson and B.G. De Sylva, music by Lewis Gensler [3 copies] -- Kentucky babe / words by Richard Henry Buck, music by Adam Geibel -- Kentucky days / by Seneca G. Lewis [3 copies] -- Killarney Kate : from the revue "Vanity Fair" / words by Ned Wever, music by Alfred Nathan -- Kinky-head / lyric by Maud Luise Gardiner, music by Edward Morris -- Kiss me good-bye (with a smile) / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Wm. Ortman -- Kiss me goodnight / by Ben Bernie, Vernon Stevens, Gladys Gillette, Elmer Olson [4 copies] -- Kiss me then say good night / lyrics by Grant La Mont, music by Gene Johnston -- Knock at the door / words by Olsen & Johnson, music by Art Kassel & Frank H. Clark -- Kongo Kate : from the revue "George White's scandals" / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by George Gershwin -- Lady of my cigarette / words by Ethelbert Fernandez, music by Merle T. Kendrick -- Laff it off! / by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby -- Lak Jeem : from the musical "Rose-Marie" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein IInd, music by Rudolf Friml -- Land of my sunset dreams / words and music by Wendell Woods Hall -- The last sweetheart of mine / by Jimmie Monaco and Cliff Friend [2 copies] -- Laughin' at you / words by Will Collins & Tommie Malie, music by Sam Stept -- Lazy / by Irving Berlin [11 copies] -- Lazy : from the motion picture "Alexander's ragtime band" / by Irving Berlin -- Let it rain : from the musical "Sky high" / words and music by James Kendis & Hal Dyson [2 copies] -- Let me be the first to kiss you good morning and the last to kiss you good night / by Al Bernard & Russel Robinson -- Let me linger longer in your arms / words by Cliff Friend, music by Abel Baer [3 copies] -- Let my home be your home / by Al Bernard & Russel Robinson -- Let us be sweethearts again / words by Harry Tobias and Phil Moore, music by George O. Perry -- Let's all get together / by Allen Spurr -- (Let's go back to the) Villlage of love / words by Edgar T. Farron, music by F. Wallace Rega -- Let's start again / words & music by Oliver Wallace -- Life and lov seem sweeter after the storm / by Jack Nelson -- Life sings a song / lyric by Mabel Livingstone,m music by Muriel Pollock -- The light in mother's eyes / lyric by Wm. Clancy, music by Eddie Keenan -- Listening : from the "Music Box revue" of 1925 / by Irving Berlin [4 copies] -- List'ning / lyric by E.W. Wolf and Jack Harris, melody by Ed Gravell -- Little bit lonely / lyric by Joe Lyons & Hal Ehrig, music by Florence E. Jones -- Little bit of this : from the musical "Be yourself" / words by Marc Connelly and George S. Kaufman, music by Lewis Gensler -- Little black buddie / lyric by Raymond B. Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Little by little / words by Billy Rose & Willie Raskin, music by Harry Woods [lead sheet] -- Little devil / words by Howard Johnson and Allen Fredericks, music by Irving Bibo and Abe Lyman -- Little Dixie lady / by Lew Brown, F. Burgess & Jack Harris -- Little gray mother o' mine / words and music by Evans Lloyd -- Little jazz bird : from the musical "Lady, be good!" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin -- The little maids in waiting : from the revue "The Grand Street follies" / words by Agnes Morgan, music by Lily Hyland -- Little moth keep away from the flame / lyrics by Bartley Costello and Harry Von Tilzer, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- The little old clock on the mantel / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Ted Fiorito -- Little old lady / lyric by Bob Murphy, music by Charles P. Shisler [2 copies] -- Little white way flower / words by David Cohn, music by Fay Meisel -- Lonely and blue / by Rubey Cowan -- Lonely little melody : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1924" / lyrics by Gene Buck, music by Raymond Hubbell and Dave Stamper [2 copies] -- Lonesome (as can be) / by Brooke Johns -- Lonesome moon / words by Ben Friedman and Fred Hughes, music by Jack Little and Ted Couse -- Lonesome trail / words and music by Lou Davis and Don Clark -- Longin' / lyric & melody by Fid Johnston [3 copies] -- Look out below / by Larry E. Johnson -- Look what you've done with your eyes / lyric by Eleanor Young, melody by Harry D. Squires -- Lookin' out the window / lyric by Neville Fleeson, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Lookin' out the window (wearin' out the carpet) / by Clarence Gaskill -- The lost world / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Rudolf Friml [2 copies] -- Lots o' mama / by Esther Weber, Billy Meyers, Elmer Schoebel -- Louise / words by Ford Rush, music by Glenn Rowell -- Louwanna : from the musical "Annie dear" / words by Clifford Grey, music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz -- Love blooms but once / words and music by Tom Martelle -- Love came calling / words by Katharine Bainbridge, music by J.S. Zamecnik -- Love clock : from the musical "Princess April" / lyrics and music by [Monte] Carlo and [Alma] Sanders -- Love has a way : from the motion picture "Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall" / words & music by Victor Schertzinger -- Love is just a gamble (Take another chance) / by Ben Selvin, Lew Cobey & Irving Mills -- Love Light Lane / lyric by Mitchell Parish, music by Lew White & Lou Herscher -- Love me just like I love you / words and music by Larry Spier and Larry Shloss -- The love song you will forget : from the musical "The love song" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ed Künneke -- Love will find you someday : from the musical "The love song" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ed Künneke -- Lovely lady / lyric by Leo Wood and Dorothy Terriss, music by Carl Rupp -- Lovers waltz / lyric by Jack Yellen, music by Max Kortlander & Henri Di Martini -- Lucille / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Abner Silver -- Lucky : from the revue "Vanity Fair" / words by Ned Wever, music by Alfred Nathan -- Lucky Kentucky / lyric by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon, music by Ray Henderson [2 copies] -- Lullaby (Berceuse) : from the opera "Jocelyn" / English version by H.I., [music by] Benjamin Godard -- Lullaby of long ago / by Lou Herscher and Joe Burke -- Lulu / lyric by Dailey Paskman, music by Max Prival.
  • Madeline / by Cliff Friend and Abel Baer -- Main Street wasn't big enough for Mary / words & music by Benny Davis and Abner Silver -- Mama kicki-papa wacki / by Fred Fisher and Sidney Holden -- A mama like you and a papa like me / words by Billy Rose and Ben Russell, music by Harry Woods -- Mama's gone, good bye / words and music by Peter Bocage and A.J. Piron [2 copies] -- Mamie / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jack Shilkret [6 copies] -- The man I love : from the musical "Strike up the band" / words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin [4 copies] -- Manda : from the revue "The chocolate dandies" / by [Noble] Sissle and [Eubie] Blake -- Mandalay / lyric and music by Earl Burtnett, Abe Lyman, Gus Arnheim [4 copies] -- Mandy make up your mind : from the revue "Black birds" / lyric by Grant Clarke & Roy Turk, music by Geo. W. Meyer & Arthur Johnston -- Mandy make up your mind : from the revue "Dixie to Broadway" / lyric by Grant Clarke & Roy Turk, music by Geo. W. Meyer & Arthur Johnston -- March with me : from "Andre Charlot's revue of 1924" / words by Douglas Furber, music by Ivor Novello -- Margery : from the musical "Marjorie" / words by Clifford Grey, music by Stephen Jones -- Market Street blues / by Gene Rodemich & Larry Conley -- Maybe (she'll write me, she'll 'phone me) / by Roy Turk, Ted Snyder and Fred E. Ahlert -- Tay time / word by B.G. De Sylva, music by Vincent Rose [3 copies] -- May you laugh in your dreams / by Jack Nelson -- Me and the boy friend / lyric by Sidney Clare, music by Jimmie Monaco [2 copies] -- Me neenyah (My little one) / lyric by Fleta Jan Borwn, music by Herbert Spencer -- Melody moon of Hawaii / by Carrie Singhi, May Singhi Breen, Claude Lapham -- Melody Rose / [by] Elmer Olson & Vernon Stevens -- Memory Lane / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Larry Spier and Con Conrad -- Midnight kisses / words by Thos. J. Caruso, music by Will P. Held -- Midnight kisses / words by Thos. J. Caruso, music by Will P. Held [lead sheet] -- Midsummer night's dream : from "Hassard Short's Ritz revue" / words by Anne Caldwell, music by Frank E. Tours -- Mississippi mammy / [by] Erwin R. Schmidt, Marty Bloom, Casper Nathan -- Missouri moon / words & music by Robert H. Brennan -- Missouri tickler blues / by Gene Rodemich, Larry Conley and W.C. Lindemann -- Moana chimes / lyric by Bartley Costello, music by Otto Motzan -- Moja badz! (Litosc miej / -- Monavanna / by Fred Fisher -- Monkey doodle / words by Dorothy Terriss and Leo Wood, music by Ted Morse -- Montana Anna / words and music by Guido Vedova -- Monte Carlo moon / lyric by Harry D. Kerr, music by Chris Schonberg, Laverne Lindsay -- Montmartre / words and music by Tom Johnstone -- Mooching alone : from the revue "The passing show of 1924" / words by Alex Gerber, music by Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz -- Moon dream shore / lyric by Gretchen Dick, music by Eugene Lockhart -- Moonlight and you / words and music by Dan Russ, Arthur Sizemore, John Alden -- Moonlight mama : from the musical "The jazz king" / words and music by Herbert Richard Lorenz [2 copies] -- Moonlight memories / lyric by Dorothy Terriss, music by Vincent Rose -- Morning (won't you ever come 'round) : from the musical "Kid boots" / words & music by Roy Turk & Abner Silver [2 copies] -- (Most of all) I want your love / words by Harold Horne, music by H.T. Tandler -- Mother (I"m lost without you) / lyric by Frank Williams, music by Bessie Krey -- Mother of mine I am dreaming of you / words by C.H. Linn, music by C.H. Linn and Grace Barter -- A mothers a mother forever / words by Monta Bell, music by Henry I. Marshall -- The Mounties : from the musical "Rose-Marie" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Herbert Stothart -- The Mounties : from the motion picture "Rose Marie" / words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, music by Herbert Stothart -- Mr. and Mrs. Rorer : from the musical "Sitting pretty" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Mr. Radio Man (Tell my mammy to come back home) / words by Ira Schuster, Johnny White, music by Cliff Friend [9 copies] -- Mrs. Schlagenhauer / words & music by Art Linick -- Must it be good-bye? / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by Joseph Meyer -- My beautiful Mexican Rose (adapted from "Cielito lindo") / by Paul Ash, Max Dolin and Irving Mills -- My best girl / by Walter Donaldson [2 copies] -- My daddy rocks me (with one steady roll) / by J. Berni Barbour -- My daddy's dreamtime lullaby / by Lou Herscher and Geo. Keefer [2 copies] -- My daddy's growin' old (so I'll have to look aroun') / by Andrea Razaf and Andrew Robbins -- My day will come (when your day's gone) / by Alma Sanders & Monte Carlo -- My dream girl : from the musical "The dream girl" / words by Rida Johnson Young, [music by] Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- My fair lady / by Will Morrissey -- My gal don't love me anymore / lyrics by Ben Russell, music by Cliff Friend [4 copies] -- My heart's desire / lyric by Andrew B. Sterling, music by E. Becucci, arranged by Bayley Jordan -- My heart's in the sunny south : from the musical "The magnolia lady" / words by Anne Caldwell, music by Harold Levey -- My hero : from the musical "The dream girl" / words by Rida Johnson Young, [music by] Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- My Hungarian Rose / by Jack Meskill, Al Sherman and Ira Schuster -- My love's a radio / by theron Bennett -- My Missouri moon / words by Maud M. Schwyhart, music by Ella Collins -- My mother has no girl to do the dishes / words by Nina Hatchett Duffield, music by Thos. B. Weaver -- My mother's humming lullaby / words and music by Dorothy Terriss and Leo Wood -- My next door neighbor / words by Jack Meskill and Ed. Roses, music by Al Sherman and Marty Bloom -- My old fashioned home / words by Jack Taylor, music by Adam Robertson -- My old home town / words by Arthur Freed, music by Paul Reese -- My papa doesn't two-time no time / words and music by Walter Donaldson [2 copies] -- My kid (To our kids) / by Al Dubin, Jimmy McHugh & Irwin Dash [8 copies] -- My road : from the musical "Be yourself" / words by Marc Connelly and George S. Kaufman, music by Lewis Gensler -- My Sally / by A.W. Kaney -- My sweetheart / by Gus Kahn, Larry COnley, Gene Rodemich -- My sweetheart : from the motion picture "Melody of love" / by Gus Kahn, Larry COnley, Gene Rodemich -- My sweetie and me / words by Herman Ruby, music by Carl Rupp & Phil Spitalny -- My time is your time / words by Eric Little, music by Leo Dance [2 copies] -- My Tonita : from the musical "The chiffon girl" / by [Monte] Carlo and [Alma] Sanders -- Home from India : from the revue "The Grand Street follies" / words by Agnes Morgan, music by Lily Hyland -- My twilight Rose : from the musical "Marjorie" / words by Clifford Grey, music by Sigmund Romberg [2 copies].
  • Nancy / words by Ben Black, music by Neil Morét [4 copies] -- The national sport of England : from the revue "The Grand Street follies" / words by Agnes Morgan, music by Lily Hyland -- Never again / words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones [2 copies] -- Never gettin' no place blues / by Fran Frey & Al Bernard & Russel Robinson -- A new kind of man with a new kind of love for me / by Sidney Clare & Leon Flatow [13 copies] -- New moon / by Walter Donaldson -- Night time in Araby : from the revue "George White's scandals" / words by B.G. De Sylva, music by George Gershwin [2 copies] -- Nightingale / by James Brockman [2 copies] -- No, no, Nanette : from the motion picture "No, no, Nanette" / words by Otto Harbach, music by Vincent Youmans -- No one to kiss you good-night / lyric & music by Chas. K. Harris -- No one knows what it's all about / words by Billy Rose, music by Harry Woods [3 copies] -- No other one but you / lyrics by Martha Lois Wells, music by Jeannette Tourneur -- No place to go / words and music by Simon Cooper & Kenneth Kenny -- No tears in heaven / poem by Carlos Siegert Wuppermann, music by P. Paul Porcasi.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 103
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 103.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1924.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 103
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