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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 63.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 63.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1916.

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reel 63 [1916 Hour-1916 Luana]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 63 reel 63 [1916 Hour-1916 Luana]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
  • The hour of memory / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Anton Dvořák -- The hours I spent with you / words by Adolf L. Eschmann, music by Eugene Platzmann -- How about a praise for dear old dad? / words and music by E.M. Moffatt -- How could Washington be a married man (and never, never tell a lie?) / words by Joe Goodwin and Ballard MacDonald, music by Al Piantadosi -- How like her papa! : from "A Brazilian honeymoon" / words by Matthew Woodward, music by Robet Winterberg -- How's ev'ry little thing in Dixie / lyric by Jack Yellen, music by Albert Gumble [4 copies] -- Hula Lou / lyric by Edward Grossmith, music by Ted D. Ward -- Humpty Dumpty : from "The century girl" / words by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert -- Hurray back to my bamboo shack / by Irving Berlin.
  • I ain't got nobody much / lyric by Roger Graham, music by Spencer Williams [2 copies] -- I broke my mother's heart (all over you) / words by Alfred Bryan, music by James Kendis -- I can dance with everybody but my wife : from "Sybil" / words by Joseph Cawthorn and John L. Golden, music by John L. Golden -- I can hear the ukuleles calling me / lyric by Nat Vincent, music by Herman Paley [2 copies] -- I can live without you : from "The Bing boys are here" / words by Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper -- I can live without your kisses but I won't be happy dear : from "The two Janes" / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney -- I can't forget / by George L. Cobb, Richard A. Whiting, Gus Kahn -- I found someone to chase the blues away / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Murray Bloom -- I found you among the roses / words and music by George B. Pitman -- I gave my heart and hand to someone in Dixieland / words by Jeff Branen, music by Arthur Lange [2 copies] -- I give all my thoughts to you / words by Louis Zuber, music by Harry F. Collins -- I have been born again / words by R.H. McDaniel, music by Chas. H. Gabriel Jr. -- I have forgotten to forget (Ua hoapain wau aole nae i poina) / words & music by Toots Paka, lyric translation from the original by Charlotte P. Austin -- (When God gave me you) I know I got more than my share / words & music by Grant CLarke & Howard Johnson [3 copies] -- I learn'd to love you in Dreamland / lyric by Jack Yellen, music by Albert Gumble -- I left my heart in Ireland / words and music by Lem Trombley -- I lost my heart in Honolulu / lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards [3 copies] -- I lost what I called home sweet home when mother passed away / words & music by Leo T. Corcoran -- I love sand / words by Helen Haskins, [music by] Uriel Davis -- I love the American flag! / words & music by J. Albanus Seablom -- I love to be a sailor / written, composed and sung by Harry Lauder -- I love you that's one thing I know / [by] L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland [2 copies] -- I met you dear in Dreamland / words & music by Lew Berk -- I never knew : from "Canary cottage" / words and music by Earl Carroll [2 copies] -- I passed by your window / words by Helen Taylor, music by May H. Brahe -- I promised you I would come back some day / by Louis J. Fay -- I sadly think of you dear heart / words & music by J. St. George -- I sent my wife to the thousand isles : from "Robinson Crusoe Jr." / words by Andrew B. Sterling and Ed Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- (I want my girl to be, just the same to me) As mother was to dad / lyric by William Downs, music by Norman Wilbur -- I want to be with you / words by Fred Swan & Will Garton, music by Ted Garton -- I want to go back to Honolulu / words by Sonny Cunha and William Warren, music by Sonny Cunha -- I want you Georgia / lyric by Stanley Murphy, music by Albert Gumble -- I was a dreamer too / words & music by Roger Lewis -- I was never nearer heaven in my life / words by Edgar Leslie and Grant Clarke, music by Ted Snyder -- I wasn't born to be lonesome / words by Lew Brown and Chas. McCarron, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- I will always love you as I do today / words by Herman Kahn, music by Leo Friedman -- I wonder what they're doing tonight at home sweet home / words by Bernie Grossman, music by Al Piantadosi -- I wonder who's swinging in the old porch swing / lyrics by Cecil Taylor, music by Will Lynch -- I wonder why : from "Love o' Mike" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- I won't be satisfied till I get you / words and music by Otto M. Heinzman -- I wouldn't steal the sweetheart of a soldier boy / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Herman Paley.
  • I'd give heaven and earth for you / words by Jeff Branen, music by Arthur Lange -- If ever I get back to Birmingham to the girl who waits for me / by Brennan and Story -- If I could live again / lyric by Raymond Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- If I could live my life but once again / words by Jac D. Anderson, music by Rubey Cowan -- If I could read the kisses others printed on your lips : from "So long Letty" / lyrics and music by Earl Carroll -- If I knock the L out of Kelly (It wouold still be Kelly to me) / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Bert Grant [6 copies] -- If I knock the L out of Kelly (It wouold still be Kelly to me) : from "Step this way" / words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by Bert Grant -- If I only had a girl like you / by Chas. L. Johnson -- If I only knew just how I stood with you / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- If the can canny cannibals captured New York town / by Brennan, Moore & Story -- If you could read my heart / lyric by Gladys G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Williams -- If you ever get lonely / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Henry I. Marshall [4 copies] -- If you had all the world and its gold / words by Harry Edelheit and Bartley Costello, music by Al Piantadosi [4 copies] -- If you love your girl in the summertime (you can love her any time at all) / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Al Piantadosi -- If you were the only girl : from "The vagabond lover" / words by Clifford Grey, music by Nat D. Ayer [6 copies] -- I'll be with you when it's daisy time in Dublin / lyric by Jack Frost, music by E. Clinton Keithley -- I'll follow you / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Florence Turner-Maley -- I'll marry no explorer : from "Canary cottage" / words and music by Earl Carroll -- I'll wed the girl I left behind / words and music by Will A. Dillon -- I'm afraid of the beautiful girls / words by Al Dubin, music by Geo. B. McConnell -- I'm over here all alone / lyric by Frank Stammers, music by Louis A. Hirsch -- I'm building a bridge to Ireland / words and music by James Brockman -- I'm building a palace in Palestine / by Richard Howard -- I'm crazy 'bout New Orleans" : from "I should say so" / music by B.V. Phinney, lyrics by B.L. Gale -- I'm down in Honolulu (Looking them over) / by Irving Berlin -- I'm glad you're sorry / lyric by Dave Radford, music by Richard A. Whiting -- I'm going back to California that's where I belong / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball [2 copies] -- I'm going back to dear old Tennessee / words & music by Ranald J. Grant -- I'm going back to Texas / words by Dave M. Allan, music by Bob Allan -- I'm going over the hills to Virginia / words by Clyde Hager, music by Walter Goodwin -- I'm going to follow the boys / words by Howard Rogers, music by James V. Monaco -- I'm going to hit the trail to my home town / words by J. Brandon Walsh, music by Ernie Erdman -- I'm goin' to hit the trail for Alabam' / words and music by George L. Cobb -- I'm going to keep Old Glory waving till my boy comes home / words and music by James A. Brazeil -- I'm going to marry-arry / written, composed and sung by Harry Lauder -- I'm going way back home (and have a wonderful time) / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- I'm gone before I go / [from Ziegfeld follies 1916] / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry Carroll -- I'm gonna make hay while the sun shines in Virginia / words by Joe Young and Sam Lewis, music by Archie Gottler [7 copies] -- I'm in love with a regular girl : from "Regular girl" / lyric by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Winthrop Cortelyou -- I'm in the same old boat with the man who wrote There's no place like home / by Robert Levenson and Ted Garton -- I'm lonesome : from "Dear Dorothy" / lyric by George V. Hobart, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- I'm on the road to happiness (The road that leads to you) / words by Sidney Malcolm, music by Alfred Solman -- I'm proud of you, laddie / by John J. McCowan, arr. by Chris Praetorius -- I'm saving up the means to get to New Orleans / words by Howard Johnson, music by Harry De Costa [2 copies] -- I'm so busy : from "Have a heart" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- I'm sorry I made you cry / by N.J. Clesi [5 copies] -- I'm the same as them / words & music by Jack Adair -- Imi au la oe (King's serenade) / [by] Chas. E. King -- In a dusty caravan / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Dave Lee -- In a Hindoo canoe / words and music by Shepard N. Edmonds -- In honeysuckle time / lyric by Stanley Murphy, music by Henry I. Marshall -- In hula land / words & music by Frank L. Littig -- In old Brazil / lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, music by Herbert Spencer -- In Scotland (Down through the heather) : from "Heart o' th' heather" / lyric by George Macfarlane, music by Theodore Morse -- In the beautiful garden of Dreamland / words & music by George L. Cobb -- In the city of broken hearts / words & music by Edgar Allen [2 copies] -- In the country with my old gal / lyric by Richard Pascoe, music by Jack Kalin and Hans Von Holstein -- In the dark : from "Pom pom" / lyric by Anne Caldwell, music by Hugo Felix [2 copies] -- In the heart of an Irish rose / lyric by Jack Frost, music by E. Clinton Keithley -- In the sweet long ago / by Bobby Heath, Arthur Lange and Alfred Solman [3 copies] -- In the valley of sunshine and shadows / lyrics by Ada M. Collins, music by Harry A. Crisp -- In the valley of the pines / lyric by Harold L. Cool, music by Arthur J. Daly -- In walked Jimmy / words & music by James Thatcher -- An invitation / [text by] Clinton Scollard, [music by] Harold Vincent Milligan -- Ione by the river Rhone / lyric by Don Rockwell, music by Harold Weeks -- Ireland, I'm for you / by Hale Byers, Hi Wilson & Irving Newhoff -- Ireland must be heaven for my mother came from there / by Joseph McCarthy, Howard Johnson, Fred Fisher [14 copies] -- Isles of aloha (Isles of love) / words and music by Rene Dietrich -- It can't be done : from "Love o' Mike" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome Kern -- It happens every night / words by Al Dubin, music by Geo. B. McConnell -- It is very hard to bring up father : from "Flora Bella" / lyric by Percy Waxman, music by Milton E. Schwarzwald -- It ruined Marc Anthony : from "Canary cottage" / words and music by Earl Carroll -- It seemed to me as if the stars were singing (When first your tender love you gave to me) / by William H. Perrins -- It wasn't my fault : from "Love o' Mike" / lyric by Herbert Reynolds, music by Jerome Kern -- It's a cute little way of my own : from "Follow me!" / lyric by Anna Held and Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney -- It's a hundred to one you're in love / words by Lou Klein, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- It's a long, long time (since I've been home) / words and music by Joseph E. Vail [2 copies] -- It's a long way from Dreamland to Loveland / words and music by Harold Sterling [2 copies] -- It's a pretty thing / lyrics by Jim Burris, music by Chris Smith -- It's a wonderful world after all / words by G.I. Francis and J.J. McGrath, music by A. Fred Phillips [2 copies] -- It's always orange day in California : from "Canary cottage" / words and music by Earl Carroll -- It's lonesome here / by Bliss Milford -- It's not your nationality (It's simply you) / words by Howard Johnson, music by Joe McCarthy [4 copies] -- It's the Irish in your eye, it's the Irish in your smile (You've got me going with your Irish ways) / words by Will Dillon, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- It's the woman who pays / lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- I've a shooting-box in Scotland / the words and music by T. Lawrason Riggs and Cole Porter [3 copies] -- I've found a friend / poem by J.G. Small, music by C. Harold Lowden -- I've got a million dollars worth of love for you / words by Herbert Moore, music by Maurice Abrahams & Archie Gottler -- I've got a sweet tooth bothering me / lyric & music by Irving Berlin [2 copies] -- I've got 'em (There ain't nothin' to that!) / words and music by Tony Jackson and Jack Frost -- I've got the army blues / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Carey Morgan -- I've got the blues / by Lew Berk -- I've got the blues for home sweet home / words by Wm. Jerome and E. Ray Goetz, music by Geo. W. Meyer [4 copies] -- I've lost you so why should I care / by Richard Howard [5 copies] -- I've made a study of you / words by Chas. McCarron, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Izzie get busy write another little ragtime tune / by A. Seymour Brown.
  • Jeannie's funny little uh! uh! : from "Furs and frills" / words and music by Ernest Torrence -- Johnny get a girl / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Harry Puck [3 copies] -- Joy man blues / by Scott Middleton & Billy Smythe -- Just a girl of yesterday / by Geo. W. Meyer -- Just a little small town shweetheart is the girl for me / words and music by Max Clay -- Just a little song at twilight (Who do you sing it to now) / words & music by Richard Howard -- Just as soon as I laid eyes on you / lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- Just a thinkin' o' you / poem by J. Will Callahan, music by Blanche M. Tice -- Just one day / words by Bobby Heath, music by Arthur Lange [7 copies] -- Just one girl more / lyrics by S.F. Batchelder, music by R. Batchelder -- Just a word of sympathy / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [2 copies].
  • Kangaroo hop / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Melville Morris [2 copies] -- Keep a little cosy corner in your heart for me / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse -- Keep a place down in your heart for Ireland / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Keep off the grass : from "You're in love" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Rudolf Friml -- Keep your eye on the girlie you love / words by Howard Johnson & Alex Gerber, music by Ira Schuster [9 copies] -- The kid is clever / by James Brockman -- Kind treatment / words and music by Tom Pitts -- Kiss me : from "Pom pom" / lyric by Anne Caldwell, music by Hugo Felix [2 copies] -- Kiss me dearie / by E. Magnus Quist -- Kuu loke ula ula (My red, red rose) / lyric by Jesse G.M. Glick, music by Frederick V. Bowers.
  • The laddies who fought and won / written, composed and sung by Harry Lauder -- The lads of the maple leaf / words & music by James Boyd -- Lass o' mine / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Florence Turner-Maley -- Lass o' Gowan Lea : from "The night before" / written and composed by Harry Lauder -- Last night I dreamed of you : from the motion picture "Merely Mary Ann" / lyric by James S. Donahue, music by Ribé Danmark & John W. Kellette -- Let all your troubles go by / by William H. Perrins -- Let every day be mother's day / words and music by Sam H. Stept -- Let's be prepared / words by Bobby Heath, music by Billy James -- Let's be ready that's the spirit of '76 / by Chas. Bayha and Rubey Cowan -- Let's be the same old sweethearts (and love in the same old way) / words by Beth Slater Whitson, music by Betty Bellin and Will L. Livernash [2 copies] -- Let's go back to by-gone days / words and music by Allen Spurr -- The letter that never reached home / words by Edgar Leslie and Bernie Grossman, music by Archie Gottler [3 copies] -- L-I-B-E-R-T-Y / by Ted S. Barron -- Like a rose you have faded away / words by Carl Muller, music by Jimmie McHugh -- Like a ship that drifted away / lyric by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- Like ships that pass in the night / words by Robert F. Roden, music by H.W. Petrie -- Li'l Liza Jane / composed by Ada De Lachau [5 copies] -- Li'l Liza Jane : from "Come out of the kitchen" / composed by Ada De Lachau -- Little Billie : from "Gloria's romance" / music by Jerome Kern -- A little bit o' lovin' makes the world worth while / words and music by Louis Weslyn -- Little girl of my heart / by Lou Botwin -- A little lunch for two / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Little mite of a girl : from "The two Janes" / lyric by W.M. Cressy, music by Max Faetkenheuer -- Little mother at home / words by Gordon Johnstone, music by Harold Browning -- Little orphant Annie / [poem by] James Whitcomb Riley, music by Ward-Stephens [2 copies] -- Little puff of smoke, good-night / words by Ring W. Lardner, music by G. Harris White -- A little world of our own : from "The big show" / words by John L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Lonely Rose / words and music by Nomran L. Pollard -- Long live the ladies / lyrics by Joe Young and E. Ray Goetz, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- A longing for mother : from "Heart o' th' heather" / lyric by George Macfarlane, music by Theodore Morse -- Louisiana : from "Show of wonders" / words and music by Harry Tierney -- Love flies everywhere (The song of the chimes) : from "The amber empress" / lyric by Marcus C. Connelly, music by Zoel Parenteau -- Love honor and obey / lyric by J.P. McEvoy, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Love is a dance : from "Flora Bella" / lyric by Percy Waxman, music by Charles Cuvillier [2 copies] -- Love is just a lottery / words by Stanley Murphy and Chas. McCarron, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Love-land : from "You're in love" / lyrics by Otto Hauerbach and Edward Clark, music by Rudolf Friml -- Love me, and the world is mine / words by Dave Reed Jr., music by Ernest R. Ball -- Love me at twilight : from "Step this way" / words by Wm. Jerome & Joe Yong, music by Bert Grant -- Love me little, love me long / verses by Frank Fogarty, chors and music by Joseph E. Howard -- Love-land : from "You're in love" / lyrics by Otto Hauerbach and Edward Clark, music by Rudolf Friml -- Luana Lou : from "Ziegfeld midnight frolic" / words by Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 63
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 63.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1916.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 63
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