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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 51.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 51.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1912.

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reel 51 [1912 Paradise-1912 Waiting]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 51 reel 51 [1912 Paradise-1912 Waiting]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
  • Pal o' mine / lyric by Earl E. Crooke, music by Virginia Page Syers -- Paradise for two / words by Jean Havez, music by Ted S. Barron -- Paree's a branch of Broadway : from the revue "Broadway to Paris" / lyric and music by Max Hoffmann -- The Paris glide : from the musical "Half way to Paris" / lyric by Wm. J. McKenna, music by John T. Hall -- Parisienne / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer [10 copies] -- Pick, pick, pick, pick, on the mandolin Antonio / by Irving Berlin [3 copies] -- A picture of an old sweetheart of mine / words & music by Jas. S. Sumner -- Pictures in the firelight : from the play "The rose of Kildare" / by Charles Bradley and Edward Paulton -- Pierrot and Pierrette : from the musical "The love wager" / lyric by William Cary Duncan, music by Charles J. Hambitzer -- Pinkerton Detective Moon : from the musical "The sun dodgers" / by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth [2 copies] -- Play me a good old fashioned melody / words by Will Morrisey, music by Charles N. Grant -- Please don't take my lovin' man away / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer [12 copies] -- Please, oh please / words by Bert Hanlon, music by Will Morrissey -- Please take me up with you / words and music by Hal A. Gill -- Plunk, plunk, plunk, on your little guitar / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Nat D. Ayer -- The preacher and the bear / words and music by Joe Arzonia -- Pretty little maiden on the screen : from the revue "Under many flags" / lyric and music by Manuel Klein -- Princess of far away : from the musical "The lady of the slipper" / lyric by James O'Dea, music by Victor Herbert -- Pua mohala / [by] David Nape -- Pucker up your lips Miss Lindy / words by Eli Dawson, music by Albert Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- Puppy love : from the musical "The love wager" / lyric by William Cary Duncan, music by Charles J. Hambitzer -- The rag pickin' man / by Arthur Gillespie and Theodore Norman.
  • Rag, rag, rag / [by] Ed. Flanagan & Don Heath -- Raggin' the old Virginia reel / by Deely and Green -- Ragging the baby to sleep / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Lewis Muir [7 copies] -- The ragtime boarding house / words by Grant Gibson, music by Fred Hylands -- Ragtime chimes / words by Edward Madden, music by Percy Wenrich -- Ragtime cowboy Joe / words by Grant Clark, music by Lewis F. Muir, Maurice Abrahams [4 copies] -- Ragtime cowboy Joe / words by Grant Clark, music by Lewis F. Muir, Maurice Abrahams, arranged by F. Henri Klickmann [2 copies] -- Ragtime cowboy Joe : from the motion picture "Incendiary blonde" / words by Grant Clark, music by Lewis F. Muir, Maurice Abrahams, arranged by F. Henri Klickmann -- Rag time dancing man / lyric by Ed Rogers, music by Baer and Roos -- Ragtime eyes / words by Grant Clarke and Edgar Leslie, music by Jean Schwartz -- Ragtime fireman / words & music by J. Brandon Walsh -- That rag-time regimental band / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Melville Morris -- The ragtime restaurant : from the musical "The red petticoat" / words by Paul West, music by Jerome D. Kern -- Rap, rap, rap on your minstrel bones / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- The regular army man : from the musical "My best girl" / lyric and music by Clifton Crawford -- Remember / words and music by Murray Bennett -- Ring ting-a-ling : from the musical "Over the river" / words by Wm. Jerome & Grant Clarke, music by Jean Schwartz [2 copies] -- Rita, my Marguerita : from the musical "A modern Eve" / lyric by Will M. Hough, music by Victor Hollaender -- Roll me around like a hoop my dear / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Fred Fischer [3 copies] -- Roll them roly boly eyes / words and music by Eddie Leonard [2 copies] -- Roo-te-too-toot / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Rosalie / words by Louis Weslyn, music by Herbet Spencer -- Rose of Kildare : from the play "The rose of Kildare" / words by Chas. Bradley, music by Edward Paulton [2 copies] -- Rosebud : from the play "Peck o' pickles" / words by Dave Reed, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Roses remind me of long ago / words and music by Jesse George Shumway -- Roses 'wake mem'ries of you / words by Beth Slater Whitson, music by W.R. Williams -- Round my heart / words by Ferd. E. Mierisch, music by Chris Smith and James T. Brymn [2 copies] -- Row, row, row : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1912" / words by William Jerome, music by Jimmie V. Monaco [5 copies] -- Rum tum tiddle / words by Edward Madden, music by Jean Schwartz.
  • Sail on silv'ry moon / words by Wm. A. Downs, music by Ernie Erdman -- The same as his faither did before him / written by Will Terry and Gilbert Wells, composed by Harry Lauder -- Santiago / words by Geo. Edwards, music by Hugh W. Schubert -- Sassy-faced Sophia / words & music by Natalie Whitted Price -- The sea-king (The red right hand of Odin) / poem by Barry Cornwall, music by Charles S. Burnham [2 copies] -- A secret from Bacchus / words by Paul Stevens, [music by] Bruno Huhn -- See-saw see / words by Kathryn Kaiser, music by Jack Stanley -- Serenade me Sadie (with a rag-time song) / words by Joe Young, music by Bert Grant -- She never wore the same hat twice / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by John T. Hall -- She pushed me into the parlour : from the revue "The Gaiety jubilee" / written by Alf. Ellerton, composed by Will Mayne -- She sleeps 'neath the old Ohio River / written by Arthur J. Lamb, composed by Alfred Solman [page 5 only] -- She was my dad's first sweetheart / words by J.S. Ronney, music by Fredric Watson -- She's gone again / words by George Whiting, music by Johnnie Cantwell -- She's just a home sweet home girl / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- She's the lass for me / written and composed by Harry Lauder -- She's the Lily of the Lehigh Valley / words by Ren Shields, music by George Christie -- Shine, oh! Mr. Sun (up in the sky) / words and music by Pearl L. Amsleer & Bert L. Fulton -- Ship of my dreams / written by Arthur J. Lamb, composed by Alfred Solman -- Simple isn't it--and yet--marvelous : from the musical "The military girl" / words and music by Cecil Lean -- Since you called me sweetheart / words by Milton D. Weil, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Sing me an old fashioned song / words by Ruth De Long, music by R.G. Grady -- Singing of you / [words and music by] Charles S. Burnham -- Single / lyric by A. Seymour Brown & Joe Young, music by Bert Grant -- So long, Sue / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- Softly thro' the summer night : from the musical "Sári" / lyric by C.C.S. Cushing & E.P. Heath, music by Emmerichy Kalmán -- Some boy / lyric by Gene Buck, music by Dave Stamper -- Some day you'll remember / words & music by Jas. S. Sumner -- Some sunny day / by Irving Berlin [lead sheet] -- Somebody else is gettin' it / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Somebody else will if you don't / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Albert Gumble [2 copies] -- Somebody's coming to town (from Dixie) / lyri by Raymond A. Browne, music by Henry Clay Smith [8 copies] -- Somebody's eyes : from the musical "Somewhere else" / lyric by Avery Hopwood, music by Gustav Luders -- Someone is waiting at home sweet home / lyric by C.M. Denison, music by A.J. Holmes -- Something : from the musical "The firefly" / words by Otto Hauerbach, music by Rudolf Friml [2 copies] -- Something like this : from the musical "The girl from Montmartre" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by F. Wagner [2 copies] -- Something sweet to tell / words and music by Florence E. Truax -- Something tells me you will break my heart / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Something tells me you're the girl / words by George J. Moriarty, music by J.R. Shannon -- Something that I can't explain : from the musical "The fascinating widow" / lyric by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Something's going to happen to you / words by D.A. Esrom, music by Theodore Morse -- Somewhere in DIxie lives the girl I love / words by Martin Swauger, music by W.C. Powell -- The song my sweetheart sang (Old black Joe) / words & music by Alfred Solman -- Song of my heart / lyric by Frank R. Carrol, music by Andy L. Burke -- Song of the chimes / words and music by Lola Carrier Worrell [2 copies] -- A song of the soil / words by Kathryn A. Turney, music by Home Tourjée -- The song that I hear, in my dreams / lyric & melody by S.L. Winkel -- Spring's a lovable ladye / lyric and music by W. Keith Elliott [5 copies] -- Star of mine (Aeroplane song) : from the musical "A modern Eve" / lyric by Will M. Hough, music by Victor Hollaender -- Star-light, star-bright / words & music by Dale Hamilton -- Step by step : from the opera "The dove of peace" / words by Wallace Irwin, music by Walter Damrosch -- The story of a rose / words and music by Lem Trombley [2 copies] -- The story the night wind told / words by Jesse M. Gluck, music by Irving M. Wilson -- Strike up a two step tune / words by Jack Caddigan, musci by Jas. A. Brennan -- String a ring of roses 'round your Rosie : from the musical "A winsome widow" / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Scwhartz -- The subway glide / lyric by Arthur Gillespie, music by Theodore Norman -- The submarine swing / words by Marvin Lee, music by Bert Peters -- S-U-M-M-E-R (Summer) : from the musical "The girl and the boy" / words and music by Walter De Leon -- Summer time is back again / by Al. Harriman and Ed. Smalle -- Sumurûn : from the dance "Sumurûn" / words by Arthur Gilespie, music by Victor Hollaender -- The sun dial : from the play "The Rose of Kildare" / by Chas. Bradley and Edward Paulton -- The Sunday dress parade : from the musical "All for the ladies" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Alfred G. Robyn -- Sunshine Alley / words and music by Eugene West -- Swanee Rose / words & music by Geo. Fairman -- Swanee Rose / lyric by J.R. Shannon, music by J.S. Zamecnik -- Sweet Eileen Asthore / words & music by James I. Russell [3 copies] -- Sweetheart, let's go a-walking (I know I told you yesterday) : from the revue "Under many flags" / lyric and music by Manuel Klein -- The sweetheart of Sigma Chi / words by Byron Stokes, music by F. Dudleigh Vernor [2 copies] -- Sweethearts of bygone days / words by Harry D. Kerr, music by Alfred Solman -- Sweetie sweet / words by Joe Goodwin, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Swing-time, spring-time / words and music by Mabel Carman -- Sympathy : from the musical "The firefly" / words by Otto Hauerbach [Otto Harbach], music by Rudolf Friml [5 copies] -- Sympathy : from the motion picture "The firefly" / words by Otto Hauerbach, music by Rudolf Friml.
  • Take a little shine to me (While the moon was shinin') : from the musical "The Quaker girl" / lyric by Collin Davis, music by Hilding Anderson -- Take a little tip from father / by [Irving] Berlin and [Ted] Snyder [7 copies] -- Take me back to Dreamland (Take me back with you) / words & music by Olive L. Frields, J.W. Leopold, Harry L. Newman [4 copies] -- Take me in your arms / words and music by J. Rosamond Johnson -- Take me in your arms again / by Chas. K. Harris -- Take me to that Swanee shore : from the revue "Broadway to Paris" / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Lewis Muir [4 copies] -- Take me to the cabaret / words and music by Will Dillon [6 copies] -- Take me to the chicken ball : from the musical "The sun dodgers" / words by Bobby Jones, music by O.E. Story -- Take me to your heart again / by Chas. K. Harris -- Take me where the sweet magnolias grow / words by Ferd. E. Mierisch, music by Ed Ransom -- Take your Billy, I'll take Jack / words by Archie Dean, music by John D. Low -- Tale of the honey bee : from the musical "The gypsy" / lyric by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Teach me that beautiful love / by Joe Schenck and Gus Van [2 copies] -- Teach me to love you (I'm willing to learn) / words by Edgar F. Farran, music by Baer & Roos -- Teasing moon / words by Stanley Murphy, music by Henry Marshall -- Tell me a beautiful story / by Chas. K. Harris -- Tell me that you love me / words by Beth Slater Whitson, music by Leo Friedman -- Tell me you love me (just as much as I love you) / words by Roger Lewis, music by F. Henri Klickmann -- Temperamental dances : from the musical "Miss Princess" / lyric by Will B. Johnstone, music by Alexander Johnstone -- Temple bells (in the soft moonlight) : from the revue "Under many flags" / lyric and music by Manuel Klein -- Tennessee moon / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Percy Wenrich [2 copies] -- That banjo rag / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Neil Moret -- That chiming rag / words by Don A. Meaney, music by J. Walter Leopold -- That Coontown quartette / words by Grant Clarke, music by Jean Schwartz -- That funny bunny hug / words by Wm. Tracey, music by W. Raymond Walker -- That funny oo-la-la / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Fred Fischer -- That daffydil rag / words and musci by Frank and Bill Mueller -- That devlish glide rag / lyrics by Haven Gillespie, music by R.G. Grady -- That dramatic rag / words and musci by [Joe] Young [Harry] Ruby & [Jack] Glogau [2 copies] -- That English rag : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies" (of 1912) / words by Thos. J. Gray, music by Gus Edwards -- That gosh ding Hiram tune / words by Will J. Callahan, musci by Paul Pratt -- That hypnotizing strain / words by J.W. Hamer, music by Anna Chandler [2 copies] -- That Kentucky rag / words by Boyle Woolfolk, music by Hampton Durand [2 copies] -- That loving gal of mine / lyric by Ed Rodgers, music by Lew Ford -- That mello-cello melody / words and music by Otto Fessler [2 copies] -- That mellow melody / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by George W. Meyer [19 copies] -- That military rag / words and music by Leslie Lorden -- That precious little thing called love (The riddle song) / words and music by Chris Smith and Cecil Mack [2 copies] -- That raggedy rag / lyric by Arthur Gillespie & James M. Reilly, music by S.R. Henry [2 copies] -- That Reno rag / words and music by O. Richard Jr. -- That slippery slide trombone / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- That sneaky snakey rag (The snake) / words and music by Chris Smith and Elmer Bowman -- That song divine / words and music by R.M. Stults -- That spooney tuney lovin' melody / words by C.E. Lewis, music by Gus Winkler -- That old girl of mine / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [25 copies] -- That subway rag / words by James B. Carson, music by Don Heath -- That swaying harmony / words & music by Chas. K. Harris -- That swaying tango / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Nat D. Ayer -- That syncopated boogie boo / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by George W. Meyer [4 copies] -- That tangalo tap : from the musical "Modest Suzanne" / lyrics by Grant Clarke, music by Jean Schwartz -- That trifling gal of mine / words and music by Norma Gray -- That trombone glide / lyric and music by Cecil Lean -- That would never do for me / written and composed by George A. Stevens -- That's a funny place to kiss a girl / words and music by Dick Richards and Leon Kimberly [3 copies] -- That's how I lost him / words & music by Raymond A. Browne -- That's how I love you / by Irving Berlin -- That's how I need you / words by Joe McCarthy and Joe Goodwin, music by Al Piantadosi [2 copies] -- That's Irish love / words by Bobby Heath, music by Harry McNamara -- That's love with a capital L : from the musical "The doll girl" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Christiné [3 copies] -- That's my personality / words by Lew Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- That's the kind of fellow I could love / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Albert Gumble -- That's what I call a good time / words by Ren Shields, music by George Christie -- That's what the daisies told / lyric by May Cole, music by C.C. Mickey -- That's what they all do / words by C.M. Denison, music by E.F. Dusenberry -- That's why I'm in love with you / words by Howard King, music by Raymond White -- S-U-M-M-E-R (Summer) : from the musical "The girl and the boy" / words and music by Walter De Leon -- There is silver now, where once was gold / words and music by E.S.S. Huntington -- There's a corner in my heart that's empty : from the musical "The gypsy" / lyric by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders [2 copies] -- There's a girl in old Missouri who is waiting to be shown / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Alfred Solman -- There's a girl in the heart of Maryland (with a heart that belongs to me) / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry Carroll -- There's a little girl that's lonesome (in my old Kentucky home) / words by Dave Oppenheim, music by Joe Cooper -- There's a river called love in the valley of life / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by J. Fred Helf -- There's lot of stations on my railroad track / words by Joe McCarthy, music by Leo Edwards -- They cannot love you as I / words by Fred E. Weatherly, music by Robet Coningsby Clarke -- They gotta quit kickin' my dawg aroun' / words by Webb M. Oungst, music by Cy Perkins [4 copies] -- They mean more : from the musical "A winsome widow" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Those ragtime melodies : from the musical "The charity girl" / [by] Gene Hodgkins, arr. by Victor Hollaender [2 copies] -- Those wonderful eyes / written and composed by Jos. E. Howard -- The time for a time is summertime / by Gene Hodgkins and Jack Coogan [2 copies] -- To dream the old dreams over / words by Bob Young, music by Walter Donovan -- Tommy Atkins on a dress parade (I want to be a jolly soldier) : from the musical "The firefly" / words by Otto Hauerbach, music by Rudolf Friml -- Toodle-oodle-oodle on your piccolo : from the Revue "Ziegfeld follies" (of 1912) / by Griffin & Murtagh -- Towsee mon ga lay (Good-bye and good luck) / words and music by Grahame Jones -- Travelogues : from the musical "The man from Cook's" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Raymond Hubbell -- There's one in a million like you / words by Grant Clarke, music by Jean Schwartz [6 copies] -- There's one in a million like you : from the Revue "Ziegfeld follies" (of 1912) / words by Grant Clarke, music by Jean Schwartz -- Troublesome moon / words by Wm. Tracey, music by W. Raymond Walker -- Twilight dreams / lyric by Herbert Thomson, music by Anatol Friedland and Johann C. Schmid -- The twilight express (All aboard for the land of dreams) / words by C.M. Denison, music by Fred W. Hager -- Twinkle, twinkle little star : from the musical "Somewhere else" / lyric by Avery Hopwood, music by Gustav Luders.
  • Uncle Tom's cabin door / words by Chas. Bayha, music by Rubey Cowan -- Under the big September moon / words by Powell I. Ford, music by J. Caldwell Atkinson -- Underneath the honeymoon / words by Herbert Kennedy, music by Dominick Travaline -- The United States of America (The song of the nation) / words by J.E. Kefford, music by Bert L. Fulton -- The Venus waltz : from the musical "Oh! Oh! Delphine" / words by C.M.S. McLellan, music by Ivan Caryll -- A Viennese waltz : from the musical "The eternal waltz" / music by Leo Fall -- The villain still pursued her (Dance with me) / words by William Jerome, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Violets blue / words by Harry CHick, music by Benj. Reynolds -- The virgin's slumber song (Maria Wiegenlied) / [German text by] Martin Boelitz, English version by Ed. Teschemacher, [music by] Max Reger -- Virginia love / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Chas. N. Daniels -- The voices of children / words by William Blake, music by A. Herbert Brewer -- Wait until we're all alone / [by] Armstrong & Clark -- Wait until your daddy comes home / words and music by Irving Berlin -- Waiting for the Robert E. Lee / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Lewis Muir [21 copies] -- Waiting for the Robert E. Lee : from the motion picture "Jolson sings again" / words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Lewis Muir, revised and arranged by F. Henri Klickmann.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 51
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 51.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1912.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 51
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