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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 66.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 66.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1916-1917.

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reel 66 1916 You-1917 Duo]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 66 reel 66 1916 You-1917 Duo]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.
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  • Microfilm.
Contents
  • 1916, Y: You are the image of mother / words by Roger Graham and Marvin Lee, music by May Hill -- You belong to me / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- You can never forgive until you forget / words by Jos. Hiller, music by Geo. F. Olcott and Sam H. Stept -- You can tell that I'm Irish : from The Cohan revue 1916 / words and music by George M. Cohan {2 copies} -- You can't get along with 'em or without 'em / lyric by Grant Clark, music by Fred Fischer {6 copies} -- You can't get away from me / words and music by Charles Abbate -- You can't keep a squirrel on the ground / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- You hate to do it / words by Alex Gerber, music by Harry Jentes -- You made the world for me / lyric by Bessie Buchanan, music by Robert Van Alstyne -- You is jes' as sweet / words by Jack Hazzard, music by Hallett Gilberte {3 copies} -- You may hold a million girlies in your arms / words by Howard Johnson, music by Fred Fischer -- You never can tell : from The girl from Utah / words by Harry R. Smith, music by Jerome Kern -- You never can tell / words and music by Newton Alexander {2 copies} -- You remind me of dear old Ireland / lyric and music by Halsey K. Mohr -- You said something : from Have a heart / words by Jerome Kern and P. G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern {3 copies} -- You took all I had / words and music by W. R. Williams {4 copies} -- You were just made to order for me / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Harry von Tilzer {2 copies} -- You were the ideal of my dream last night / words by Geo. Shafer & Frank Brewster, music by Thos. J. Flanagan -- You'll always be the same sweet baby / lyric and music by A. Seymour Brown {3 copies} -- You'll find a little bit of Ireland everywhere / by Stanley Murphy -- You'll miss me some day / by Richard Howard {2 copies} -- Your bright eyes of Irish blue / words by Al Corlett, music by W. Garfield Duke -- Your flag and my flag / poem by Wilbur D. Nesbit, music by Fredric L. Ryder -- Your great big baby smile / words by W. R. Williams, music by James (Slap) White {6 copies} -- Your mother is your best friend after all / words & music by Chas. Coleman {3 copies} -- Your wife / lyric by Andrew Donnelly and Addison Burkhardt, music by Al Piantadosi -- You're a dangerous girl / words by Grant Clarke, music by Jimmie V. Monaco {3 copies} -- You're all the world to me / words and music by William J. McKenna -- You're in love : from You're in love / lyric by Otto Hauerbach and Edward Clark, music by Rudolf Friml {4 copies} -- You're like a rose to me / words by Harry Bewley, music by Henry P. Menges -- You're the best little mother that God ever made / lyric by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball -- You're the girl : from Go to it / words by John L. Golden, music by Charles N. Grant and John L. Golden -- You're the girl : from Flora Bella / lyric by Victor L. Schertzinger, music by Milton E. Schwarzwald -- You're the nicest little girl I ever knew / words and music by Chas. Coleman -- You're the sweetest of all / words by Gracie Deagon, music by Homer C. Dickinson -- You've got me, kid / words & music by Phil Kaufman.
  • 1917, A: A peach of a life : from the musical "Leave it to Jane" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Absence brings you nearer to my heart / lyric by Paul Benedek, music by Alfred Solman -- Aeroplane song / by Karl Merkau -- After a thousand years / lyric by Alfred Dubin, music by James V. Monaco [2 copies] -- After all : from the opera "The land of mystery" / by Robert P. Skilling -- After the war / words and music by Why Oakland -- After the war is over / by James W. Casey -- After the war is over will there be any home sweet home? / words by E.J. Pourmon & Jos. Woodruff, music by Harry Andrieu [3 copies] -- After tonight (you won't forget me) / words and music by William H. Farrell -- Ain't it a grand and glorious feeling : from the musical "Oh boy!" / lyric by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Ain't you coming back to Dixieland / lyric by Raymond Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- Alabama moon / lyric by J. Will Callahan, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Alexander's got a jazz band now / words by Bud De Sylva, music by Chris Schonberg [2 copies] -- Alexander's jazz band / words by Monty C. Brice, music by Walter Donaldson -- All I need is a girl like you / words by Addison Burkhart, music by Abe Olman [2 copies] -- All that I want is in Ireland / words by Jeff Branen, music by Evans Lloyd [3 copies] -- All the world will be jealous of me / lyric by Al Dubin, music by Ernest R. Ball [7 copies] -- Allah's holiday : from the musical "Katinka" / lyrics by Otto Hauerbach, music by Rudolf Friml [2 copies] -- Along came another little girl : from the musical "Jack O' Lantern" / words by Benjamin Hapgood Burt, music by Ivan Caryll -- Along the way to Waikiki / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Richard A. Whiting [4 copies] -- ALways take mother's advice : from the musical "Furs and frills" / lyric by Edward Clark, music by Silvio Hein -- A-M-E-R-I-C-A (America) / words and music by May Greene and George Francis -- America, here's my boy / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Arthur Lange [3 copies] -- America how eloquent! / by Jeff Branen -- America is calling me / words & music by Roscoe S. Jones -- America it's up to you / by Chas. A. Ford -- A-M-E-R-I-C-A means I love you, my Yankee land (America means I love you, my Yankee land) / words and music by Jack Frost -- America my country / words by Jens K. Grondahl, music by E.F. Maetzold -- America! My home land / words by Henry Treleaven, music by Richard Blaine -- America nees you like a mother (Would you turn your mother down?) / words by Grant Clark, music by Jean Schwartz [5 copies] -- America our pride / words and music by Louis Oesterle -- America thou art first / words and music by H. David Murray, arranged by Clarence M. Jones -- America today / words by Herbert Moore, music by W.R. Williams -- America we need you most of all / words by Arthur A. Foley, music by Edgar W. Madigan -- The American girl / words by Harold Emery-Jones, music by Edna Marione -- The American serenade : from the musical "Her regiment" / lyric by Wm. Le Baron, music by Victor Herbert -- America's battle cry (to the tune of "Dixie") / lyric by Hephzibah E. Kendrick, [music by] Dan D. Emmett -- And then she'd knit, knit, knit / lyric by Ed Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Answer Mr. Wilson's call / words and music by Billy Gould -- Any little girl can make a bad man good (and a good man bad, they say) / words by Will J. Harris, music by James F. Hanley [2 copies] -- Any old place the gang goes / words and music by Wm. J. McKenna -- Any old town can be heaven to you when there's a wonderful girl / words and music by Harold B. Freeman -- Apres la guerre! (After the war!) / lyric and music by B.C. Hilliam [2 copies] -- Are you from heaven? / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland [2 copies] -- The army's full of Irish (A man from Erin never runs, he's Irish) / words by Bert Hanlon, music by Walter Donaldson -- Around the house that Jack built / words & music by Bud De Sylva -- As a butterfly sips the roses : from the operetta "The stargazer" / words by Matthew Woodward, music by Franz Lehar -- As her soldieer boy marched by / words & music by Lena Leonard Fisher -- As we grow old together you and I / words by Lucy Bixler, music by J.E. Allemong -- Ask her in springtime / lyric by Geo. J. Moriarty, music by Richard A. Whiting and Grace Le Boy -- Ask her in tulip time : from the musical "The girl on the magazine" / lyric by Joseph Santley, music by Henry I. Marshall -- At the cotton pickers ball / words by Alex Gerber, music by Maurice Abrahams -- At that cabaret in Honolulu town / words & music by Jack Frost -- At the old farm gate / words by Lou Klein, music by Leo Bennett -- At the Yankee military ball / words by Howard Johnson, music by Harry Jentes -- Au revoir, but not goodbye soldier boy / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer [4 copies] -- Auto show girl / words by David Dyrenforth, music by Richard C. Rodgers -- Awake, America, awake (We have got a war to win) / words by D.L. Rader, music by Chas. E. Hochberg.
  • 1917, B: The baby vampire : from the musical "Love o' Mike" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome Kern -- (Let's make believe we're) Back to childhood (So we can love all over again) / words and music by Jack Glogau -- Back to Hawaii and me / words by Dave M. Allan, music by Bob Allan -- Back to mother and home, sweet home / lyric by Jack Frost, music by Paul Biese and F. Henri Klickmann -- Bad bad baby / words by Raymond Egan, music by Howard Patrick -- A battle hymn of democracy / words by James H. Blount, mussic adapted from the Battle hymn of the republic [lead sheet] -- The battle song of liberty / words by Jack Yellen, set to teh music of "Our director" composed by F.E. Bigelow, vocal adaptation by George L. Cobb -- Be a little sunbeam : from the musical "Oh boy!" / lyric by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Be true to the folks back at home / words by James Wells, music by Walter J. Pond -- Beale Street blues / words and music by W.C. Handy [3 copies] -- Beautiful queen of the Nile : from the revue "Cheer up" / lyric by John L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Because you're Irish / lyric by Gustave Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [2 copies] -- Bedouin girl : from the revue "The passing show of 1917" / lyrics by Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund Romberg -- Belgian Rose / lyric by Will J. Hart, music by Ed Nelson -- The bells of St. Mary's / words by Douglas Furber, music by A. Emmett Adams [5 copies] -- The bells of St. Mary's : from the motion picture "The bells of St. Mary's" / words by Douglas Furber, music by A. Emmett Adams -- Beneath an old rose arbor in Virginia / words and music by Emmett J. Welch -- Beware of Chu Chin Chow / written by Gene Buck, 2nd verse by Charles Wilmott, composed by Dave Stamper -- Blue bird / words by Geo. Graff Jr., music by F. Bernard Grant [2 copies] -- Blue rose / lyric by J.R. Shannon, music by Frederic Knight Logan -- Boat song (Slowly stealing up and down the river) / lyric and music by G. Romilli [2 copies] -- Boot, saddle, to horse and away / words by Florence Selig, music by Nellie Wilson -- Bow down to Uncle Sam / words & music by Lester J. Wilson -- Boys are only toys : from the musical "Yours truly" / lyrics by Thomas J. Gray, music by Herbert P. Stothart -- The boys from Yankee land / words & music by Harry R. Franks -- Brave soldier boys / words and music by Frances Benziger Hartmaier -- The bravest heart of all / lyric by Raymond Egan, music by Richard A. Whiting -- A bridal song (This hour I promise you) / words by Katherin Ward, music by Herbert Ralph Ward -- Bring back my daddy to me / words by William Tracey and Howard Johnson, music by George W. Meyer -- Bring me a girl / words by Bert Kalmar, music by Archie Gottler [4 copies] -- The bugle calls to clasp the hands across the sea / words and music by Florence Reed Howard -- The bungalow in Quogue : from the musical "The Riviera girl" / lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker / lyric by Benj. M. Kaye, music by Mana-Zucca -- Buy a Red Cross Rosie / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney -- Buzzin' the bee / by Jack Wells [lead sheet] -- Buzzin' along / lyric by Stanley Murphy, music by Henry I. Marshall -- By an' by / Negro spiritual arranged by H.T. Burleigh.
  • 1917, C: The call / [words by] John Nobbs], [music by] Franklin Riker -- The call to arms / words and music by Maud Richey Bonnell -- Calling the Kaiser's bluff / words by Will F. Gray, music by P. Hans Flath -- Camouflage / by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland -- Can this be love? : from the musical "The land of joy" / lyrics by Ruth Boyd Ober, music by Joaquin Valverde -- Can't you hear old Uncle Sammy calling / words & music by Chas. Feist Jr. -- Caravan land : from the musical "The masked model" / lyric by Fred Herendeen, music by Harold Orlob [2 copies] -- Chasing the squirrel : from the musical "What next" / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney -- Cheer up, Liza : from the revue "Cheer up" / lyric by John L. Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Cheer up the sun will soon be shining / by Andrew B. Sterling, Bernie Grossman and Arthur Lange -- Cherry Blossom / lyric by Gus Kahn, music by Harry Raymond -- Chimes of Normandy / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Jack Wells -- China dreams / lyric by Raymond Egan and Gus Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [2 copies] -- China we owe a lot to you / words by Howard Johnson, music by Milton Ager [3 copies] -- Chin-Chin Chinaman / words by Joe Goodwin and Ballard Macdonald, music by James F. Hanley [2 copies] -- Chinese letter song (Dearie, I love you) : from the revue "Ziegfeld midnight frolic" / lyric by E. Ray Goetz, music by Wm. White -- Chinese letter song (Dearie, I love you) : from the revue "Hitchy-koo" / lyric by E. Ray Goetz, music by Wm. White -- Ching Chong / words by J. Will Callahan, music by Lee S. Roberts [3 copies] -- Christmas tide : from the revue "Words and music" / lyric by E. Ray Goetz, music by Willy White -- Chu-Chin-Chow : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies 1917" / lyric by Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper -- Cleopatra : from the musical "Sinbad" / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney [2 copies] -- Cleopatra : from the musical "What next?" / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Harry Tierney [2 copies] -- Cleopatra had a jazz band / words by Jimmy Morgan & Jack Coogan, music by Jack Coogan [8 copies] -- Cleopatra had a jazz band / words by Jimmy Morgan & Jack Coogan, music by Jack Coogan [lead sheet] -- Cleopatterer : from the musical "Leave it to Jane" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern [2 copies] -- Colleen I'm caling to you / lyric by Harold G. Frost, music by E. Clinton Keithley [2 copies] -- Colonial days / words & music by Bob Winter -- Columbia / by Seneca G. Lewis -- Columbia's call / [by] Bob Wyman, singing chorus by George L. Cobb [2 copies] -- Come along, ma honey (Down upon the Swanee) / by Harold Weeks and James W. Casey -- Come and have a swing with me : from the musical "Jack O' Lantern" / words by Anne Caldwell, music by Ivan Caryll -- Come back and love me again : from the play "Come back to Erin" / words & music by Amy Ashmore Clark -- Come back and love me in lilac time / lyric by Jack Frost, music by E. Clinton Keithley -- Come back to me : from the play "Come back to Erin" / lyrics by William Jerome, music by Seymour Furth -- Come on over Mary to old Father John / words by James Donahue, music by George Lyons & Bob Yosco -- Come to the fair / words by Helen Taylor, music by Easthope Martin [6 copies] -- Consolation / words, music [by] Karl Merkau -- A cottage in God's garden / words & music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond -- The crickets are calling : from the musical "Leave it to Jane" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Cupid, the cunnin' paudeen : from the musical "Eileen" ("Hearts of Erin") / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert -- The cute little wigglin' dance / by Henry Creamer and J. Turner Layton.
  • 1917, D: Daddy found you down beside the garden wall / words & music by Raymond Egan, Jessie Greer, Abe Olman -- Daisy : from the musical "Have a heart" / words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern -- Dance with me : from the musical "The grass widow" / lyric by Channing Pollock & Rennold Wolf, music by Louis A. Hirsch -- The Darktown strutters' ball / words and music by Shelton Brooks [17 copies] -- Dear Old Glory / words and music by Bernard Hamblen -- Dear old home / words and music by Arthur Manlowe [2 copies] -- Dearest / words and music by Lew E. Leighton -- Deep as the soul of a rose / lyric by George Graff Jr., music by George H. Gartlan -- Deep river / arranged by H.T. Burleigh [3 copies] -- Deep river / Negro melody adapted by Arthur Bergh -- Deep river / arr. by Jim Smock -- Deep river / specially arranged by Christopher O'Hare -- Defend America / text by Rufus Stickney, music by Arthur Hadley -- Defend our land / words and music by Albert S. Crockett -- Defend the flag / words and music by Wm. J. O'Gorman -- The dirty dozen / words by Jack Frost, music by Clarence M. Jones -- The Dixie volunteers : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies" / by Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby -- The Dixie volunteers / by Edgar Leslie and Harry Ruby -- Do something / words and music by Edward Laska -- Do you wonder why I wonder what this world is coming to? / lyric and music by Lou Botwin -- Do your little bitty-bit right now / words by F. Belohlavek and C.C. Perkins, music by Edmund Braham -- Doin' the r-a-t / words and music by Richard E. Deane -- Don't forget me : from the musical "Keep moving" / by James Brockman and Ed Rose -- Don't forget to remember me : from "The merry Martinique!" / lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- Don't forget your dear old mother / words by H.H. Schultz, music by Courtney & J.E. Allemong -- Don't tempt me : from the musical "Love o' Mike" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Jerome Kern -- Don't try to steal the sweetheart of a soldier / lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by [Gus] Van & [Joe] Schenck [5 copies] -- Don't worry, dearie / words by Bert Fitzgibbon, music by George Lyons -- Don't you never come back from now on let me miss you / words & music by Chas. Warfield -- Down among the pines / words by Joe Frye, music by Harry Rowland -- Down by the old red mill / words and music by Halsey K. Mohr -- Down in Borneo isle / words and music by [Henry] Creamer & [J. Turner] Layton -- Down in Hindustan / words by Raymond Egan, music by Walter Smith -- Down in the old apple orchard / words by Will R. Garton, music by Ted Garton & Max Clay -- Down on Blue Bird Bay / words by Irving Crocker, music by George L. Cobb -- Down south everybody's happy / lyric by Nat Vincent, music by Herman Paley [2 copies] -- Down where the daisies grow / by A.H. Eastman and Fred Heltman [2 copies] -- Dream, dream : from the musical "Rambler Rose" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Jacobi -- The dream of a soldier boy / lyric by Alfred Dubin, music by James V. Monaco -- Dreaming / words by Phil. Voltz, music by George L. Cobb -- Dreams of you / words and music by Ernest R. Heck and Floyd E. Whitmore -- Dreamy moon / words by Sidney Carter, music by Walter Smith [2 copies] -- The dreamy Parisian croon : from the revue "Hitchy-koo" / lyric and music by E. Ray Goetz -- Driving home with Angeline : from the revue "Hitchy-koo" / lyric and music by E. Ray Goetz -- Duo (Some day) : from the musical "Her regiment" / lyric by Wm. Le Baron, music by Victor Herbert.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 66
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 66.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1916-1917.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 66
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