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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 39.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 39.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1909-1910.

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reel 39 [1909 Was-1910 Come]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 39 reel 39 [1909 Was-1910 Come]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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  • 1909, W: Was I a fool / by Chas. K. Harris {4 copies} -- Way down in cotton town / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Al Piantadosi {3 copies} -- The way to a girlie's heart : from the musical "The girl and the wizard" / lyrics by Robert B. Smith, music by Julian Edwards -- Way up in an aeroplane / words by Burt Clement, music by Lyn Udall -- We are only poor weak mortals after all : from the musical "Madame Sherry" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- We only got married this morning / words by F. Clifford Harris, music by Eddie Jewell -- Wearing of the green / by T.H. Glenney -- Weak little woman : from the musical "The old town" / lyric by Geo. Ade, music by Gustav Luders -- Wedding bells / words by Robt. F. Roden, music by J. Fred. Helf -- We'll be lonesome, Mary darling when you're gone / words and music by Lawrence B. O'Connor -- We'll go back to Erin someday, Mavourneen / by Olive L. Frields, Will Oakland, Harry L. Newman -- Wenn zwei sich lieben (When two love dearly) / English written by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, music by Franz Lehar, arr. by Aug. C. Ely -- We're almost home / words by Thurland Chattaway, music by Kerry Mills -- We' uns from Dixie : from the musical "The jolly bachelors" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- What am I going to do to make you love me : from the musical "The jolly bachelors" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Raymond Hubbell -- What can a fellow do? : from the musical "The motor girl" / lyric by Chas. Campbell, music by Julian Edwards -- What has that man Harrigan done? / words by Ballard MacDonald, music by Jas. W. Tate -- What man dare say? : from the musical "The old town" / lyrics by George Ade, music by Gustav Luders -- What shall I do with the rest? : from the musical "Havana" / words by Adrian Ross and George Arthus, music by Leslie Stuart -- What's it matter, eh? / words by F. Clifford Harris, music by Eddie Jewell -- What's the matter with the motorman / words by Jessie Villars, music by Theodore Westman -- What's the use of moonlight / by Gus Kahn and Grace LeBoy -- When a pal of mine steals a gal of mine / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Kerry Mills -- When a servant learns a secret : from the musical "The man who owns Broadway" / words and music by Geo, M. Cohan -- When grandmama was a little girl like me / lyric by James O'Dea, music by Anna Caldwell -- When he sings the songs my mother sang / words by Wm. Gould, music by Ted Snyder -- When I dream in the gloaming of you / words and music by Herbert Ingraham {5 copies} -- When I dream of you / words and music by Anita Owen -- When I fell in love with you / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- When I get home / lyrics by Irving B. Lee, music by Ben M. Jerome -- When I get that loving feeling / words and music by Harry L. Newman -- When I hear that dreamy waltz / words by Ed Gardenier, music by Barclay Walker {2 copies} -- When I was twenty one : from the musical "The motor girl" / lyric by Chas. Campbell, music by Julian Edwards -- When I would think of you : from the musical "The old town" / lyric by George Ade, music by Gustav Luders -- When I'm alone with you : from the musical "The queen of the Moulin Rouge" / words by Vincent Bryan, music by John T. Hall -- When I'm far from you / by Sam J. Raber and Frank L. Frish -- When other hearts have closed their doors / words by Benj. F. Barnett, music by Ted Snyder -- When she comes back I'm going away / by Al Piantidosa -- When the autumn turns the forest leaves to gold / words and music by N. Weldon Cocroft -- When the balmy breezes blow / words and music by W. R. Williams -- When the band plays at night / words by R. H. Cochrane, music by P. D. Cochrane -- When the bloom is on the cotton Dixie Lee / words by C. M. Denison, music by J. Fred. Helf -- When the bloom is on the heather / words and music by Wm. Gould -- When the daisies bloom / words and music by Anita Owen {2 copies} -- When the do-do bird is singing in the coca-cola tree / by Gus Edwards -- When the evening bells are chiming songs of auld lang syne / words by Robt. F. Roden, music by J. Fred. Helf -- When the fleet comes sailing home / words by Carl M. Legg, music by T. Jay Flanagan -- When the golden sunset bids the day farewell / words by Richard Girard, music by Otto & John Heinzman -- When the haying time is over / words by Edgar T. Farran, music by M. Jacobs -- When the humming birds return sweet Irene / words by Edgar T. Farran, music by Ted Snyder -- When the ivy climbs the wall / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Geo. Christie -- When the little girl you think of thinks of you / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Milton H. Kohn -- When the May flowers bloom again / words by Edward Kelly, melody by James F. Langan -- When the pale moon whispers good-night, Dolly dear / lyrics by Billy Littman, melody by Ed. Edwards -- When the purple shadows tint the golden grain / words by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, music by Alfred Solman -- When the sand man comes around / words and music by W. E. Williams -- When you and I were young Maggie / by J. A. Butterfield {2 copies} -- When you kiss the one you love : from the musical "The kissing girl" / lyric by Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- When you know that the girl loves you / words by Jos. H. McKeon, music by W. Raymond Walker -- When you think there's no one looking / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- When your heart grows weary, dearie / lyrics by M. M. Redding, music by Chas. H. Roth -- When your little girlie -pearlie says she loves you too / words and music by Jos. W. Guinan -- When you're roaming in the gloaming with your sweetheart / words and music by Kenneth S.Clark -- When you've won the only girl you love / words by William Clark, music by Harry Armstrong -- Where are the scenes of yesterday? / words and music by Thos. S. Allen {3 copies} -- Where are they now? : from the revue "The goddess of liberty" / lyric by Hough & Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Where do we go from here / words by Geo. Whiting, music by Ted. Snyder {2 copies} -- Where my caravan has rested / words by Edward Teschemacher, music by Hermann Lohr -- Where the flag is full of stars / music by C. Austin Miles -- Where's mama? : from the musical "The Yankee girl" / lyric by George V. Hobart, music by Silvio Hein -- While strolling thro' the forest : from the musical "Lo" / lyric by O.Henry and Franklin P. Adams, music by A. Baldwin Sloans -- The white wash man : from the musical "The candy shop" / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Who's afraid? (Kid song) / words and music by Dick Richards -- Why can't I make a hit / by Chas. L. Johnson -- Wild cherries (Coony, spoony rag) / words by Irving Berlin, music by Ted Snyder {7 copies} -- Will you come along with me ou, la, la! / words and music by Clifton Crawford -- Will you forgive if I forget? / words by Kurt P. Hirsekorn, music by Gabriel Selig {2 copies} -- Will you take a little walk? (after dark in the park) / by Fred T. Fleming -- Wise old indian / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Theodore Morse -- Without you the world don't seem the same / music by Chas. Shackford, music by Maurice Wolfe {3 copies} -- Woman's way : from "A Grecian garden" / lyric by Clay M. Greene, music by Robert Hood Bowers -- Won't you be my buster brown / words and music by H. W. Bingham -- Won't you come back to your mother, Nell / words and music by Alice S. McMahon -- Won't you let me build a nest for you (the robin and the wren) : from the musical "A matinee idol" / lyrics by Seymour Brown, music by Silvio Hein -- Won't you love me honey / by Frank C. Keithley & Fred Heltman -- Won't you play keeping house with me? / words by James Rowe, music by De Loss Smith -- Would you like to learn to like me : from "Follies of the day" / words by Barney Gerard, music by Albert Von Tilzer.
  • 1909, Y: The Yankee girl : from the musical "The Yankee girl" / lyric by George V. Hobart, music by Silvio Hein -- Yes she did (try and get out of here tonight / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Kerry Mills -- The Yiddisha rag / by Jos. H. Mckeon, Harry M.Piano, W.Raymond Walker {2 copies} -- Yodeling Yan : from the musical "Dick Whittington" / lyric by E. A. Paulton, music by Manuel Klein -- Yoo-la! / by John L. Golden -- You ain't talking to me / words by Mat Marshall, music by Shelton Brooks -- You and me 'neath the palm tree / words by Ned Nye, music by Evans Lloyd -- You can have your "oh! you kids" (but it's a lovin' wife for mine) : from the musical "The silver star" / words and music by Herbert Ingraham -- You can't make up with me / words and music by Helen Mylius -- You can't stop me from loving you / words and music by Thos. S. Allen {2 copies} -- You don't know how much you have to know, in order to know how little you know / by James Brockman, Bert Fitzgibbon, & Louis Weslyn {4 copies} -- You for me : from the musical "The Alaskan" / lyric by Richard F. Carroll, music by Theo. H. Northrup -- You for me when you're sweet sixteen / words by Andrew B. Sterling and Robert Roden, music by Kerry Mills -- You look just like a girl I used to know / words and music by Don Ramsay -- You may always be my sweetheart, if you care to be : from the musical "Lo" / lyric by O. Henry and Franklin P. Adams, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- You may not think I love you but I do, do, do / by T. Jay Flanagan -- You remind me a lot of someone / words and music by Walter De Leon -- You stand awfully good with me / words and music by Gus Edwards -- You taught me how to love you, now teach me to forget / words by Jack Drislane & Alfred Bryan, music by Geo. W. Meyer {7 copies -- You'll come back / words by Jack Drislane, music by Geo. W. Meyer {3 copies} -- You'll have to ask my mother / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Kerry Mills -- Your answer I wait for dear / words by Joe McCarthy, music by C. DeSimone -- Your love I'll hold : from the musical "The merry widow re-married" / lyrics by B. E. Sheafer, music by Carl von Wegern -- Your silence is breaking my heart / words and music by Louis Wasserzug -- Yiddle, on your fiddle, play some ragtime / words and music by Irving Berlin {6 copies} -- You're a stingy thing / words by Billy Kent, music by Edwin Burch -- You're all right if you only have the money / words by Bob F. Sear, music by Walter Wilson -- You're getting better looking every day : from the musical "The silver star" / lyrics by Addison Burkhardt, music by Malvin M. Franklin -- You're just the kind of girl I'd like my girl to be / words by Will D. Cobb, music by E. Ray Goetz -- You're just the same sweet girl / words by George H. Diamond, music by Mabel Dudley Hilliard -- You're just the sort of girl for a boy like me / words by Barney Gerard, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- You've got me goin' kid / words by R. H. Cochrane, music by P. D. Cochrane -- You've got to fool the public if you want to get the dough : from the musical "Fluffy ruffles" / lyrics by George Totten Smith, music by Louis Maurice -- Yucatan / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Neil Moret -- Yumpin' Yeemanie Yohnson / words and music by James Brockman.
  • 1910, A: Ah! Sweet mystery of life (The dream melody) : from the musical "Naughty Marietta" / lyric by Rida Johnson Young, music by Victor Herbert [5 copies] -- Ah! Sweet mystery of life (The dream melody) : from the musical "Naughty Marietta" / lyric by Rida Johnson Young, Spanish text by Johnnie Camacho, music by Victor Herbert -- Ah! Sweet mystery of life (The dream melody) : from the motion picture "Naughty Marietta" / lyric by Rida Johnson Young, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- The African glide / words & music by James T. Duffy -- Alamo rag / words by Ben Deely, music by Percy Wenrich -- Alexander and his clarinet / by [Irving] Berlin and [Ted] Snyder -- All aboard for Blanket Bay / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- All aboard for monkey town / words by Jack Drislane, music by Geo. W. Meyer [2 copies] -- All alone / words by Will Dillon, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- All join in the chorus / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Ed Edwards -- All that I ask of you is love / lyric by Edgar Selden, melody by Herbert Ingraham [21 copies] -- All the pretty girls in town / words by Bobby Heath, music by Gus. A. Benkhart -- All the world loves a love (A lover loves only one) / lyric by Robert B. Smith, music by Jean Gilbert -- Allah, give me mine! / lyric by Caro Roma, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Alma, where do you live? : from the musical "Alma, where do you live?" / lyric by Geo. V. Hobart, music by Adolf Philipp -- Alma : from the musical "Alma, where do you live?" / lyric by Geo. V. Hobart, music by Jean Briquet [4 copies] -- Alma : from the musical "Alma, wo wohnst du?" / Deutsch von Adolph Philipp, Musik von Jean Briquet -- Alone / words by Arthur Denvir, music by Hector MacCarthy -- Always remember to smile / air & words by C.F.E. Lewis, accompaniment by M. Oldershaw -- And we walked, walked, walked / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Ed. Edwards -- The angle-worm wiggle / words by Maynard Schwartz, music by Harry S. Lorch [3 copies] -- Any little girl, that's a nice little girl, is the right little girl for me / wordss by Thomas J. Gray, music by Fred Fischer [20 copies] -- Any old time or any old place / words by J. Brandon Walsh, music by Al. W. Brown -- Any old town is a lonesome old town (When your sweetheart is away) / words by Bert Spears, music by Maurice Daniels -- Any old way you cook chicken (is good enough for me) / words by Irving Jones, music by Sid Perrin -- Anywhere / words by Jeff T. Branen, music by Bert F. Grant -- The Arab's dream / words by Joseph Snyder, music by Edwin F. Kendall -- Are we widows, wives, or what? : from the musical "Two little brides" / words by Arthur Anderson, music by Gustave Kerker -- As the morning would seem without sunshine / words by Edgar T. Farren, music by Myer Jacobs -- As the train rolled away / words & music by Arthur A. Myers and Sidney T. Wilson -- Ask her while she's smiling / words by Bobby Heath, music by Gus. A. Benkhart -- Ask her while the church-bells toll : from the Columbia University musical "The king of Hilaria" / words and music by Theo. R. Murray -- Avalon / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Neil Moret.
  • 1910, B: Baby Lou / words by Kennethy Lacey, music by Chas. Cohen -- Baby talk : from the revue "Girlies" / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Back at dear old home sweet home / words by Herbert S. Lambert, music by F.W. Vandersloot -- Back to my old home town / by Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth -- Back to the bleachers for mine / words by Harry Breen, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- A bad boy and a good girl : from the musical "The Quaker girl" / words by Percy Greenbank, music by Lionel Monckton -- Baltimore rag / by Tom Kelley and Dick Rogers -- Band! Band! Band! / words by A. Seymour Brown, music by Nat. D. Ayer -- A banjo song : from "Bandanna ballads" / words by Howard Weeden, music by Sidney Homer [2 copies] -- Barry / words by Junie McCree, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Be my sweetheart / words by C.F. Lawrence, musicb y W. Dayton Wegefrath -- Bè-bee (Baby) : from the musical "Tillie's nightmare" / lyric by Edgar Smith, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Because I love, love you : from the Columbia University musical "The king of Hilaria" / words and music by John T. Lang -- Becky do the Bombashay / words by Bobby Heath, music by Gus. A. Benkhart -- Beckie, stay in your own backyard / by Norman & Young -- Bedtime at the zoo : from the musical "Our MIss Gibbs" / words by Percy Greenbank & Leslie Mayne, music by Lionel Monckton -- Before I go and marry I will have a talk with you / words and music by Irving Berlin -- The belle of a college town : from the musical "College life" / words and music by Ned Highland -- Belles of the Tally-Ho Boarding School : from the musical "The girl of my dreams" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- Below the Mason-Dixon line / words and music by Dave Reed -- Beneath the silver stars / words and music by John J. Fitzpatrick -- The best place of all / words by Claude L. Barker, music by Roy L. Burchtch -- Betsy Ross / words by Bartley Costello, music by J. Fred Helf -- Biddy Malone : from the musical "The wife tamers" / lyric by James Clarence Harvey, music by Robert Hood Bowers -- Biff Dugan / words and music by Herman Timberg -- The big bass viol / words and music by M.T. Bohannon -- The big bass viol / words and music by M.T. Bohannon, arr. by John Bach [2 copies] -- The big bass viol / words and music by M.T. Bohannon, arr. by Harry Tiedeman -- The birth of passion : from the musical "Madame Sherry" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna [4 copies] -- Blaze of glory / by Abe Holzmann -- Blind man's buff : from the musical "The happiest night of his life" / lyric by Junie McCree, music by Albet Von Tilzer -- The blue Bulgarian band! : from the musical "King of Cadonia" / words by M.E. Rourke, music by Jerome D. Kern -- Blushing moon / by Clare Kummer -- Boo-loo beau (I love him with a love that never dies) (Eddie Leonard's booloo beau song) / words by Eddie Leonard, music by J.L. Hill -- Boy in blue : from the musical "Little boy blue" / lyric by Edward Paulton, music by Henri Berény -- Boys : from the musical "The sweetest girl in Paris" / lyric by Addison Burkhardt & Collin Davis, music by Jos. E. Howard -- A brass band's good enough for me : from the musical "The wife tamers" / lyric by James Clarence Harvey, music by Robert Hood Bowers -- Breakfast in my bed on Sunday mornin' / written by Gerald Grafton and Harry Lauder, composed by Harry Lauder -- Breaking my heart to keep away from you / by Dave Brennan -- A bright, loving, cute, bad little girl : from the musical "The girl and the drummer" / lyric by George Broadhurst, musicby Augustus Barratt -- Bring back my Lena to me : from the musical "He came from Milwaukee" / by [Irving] Berlin and [Ted] Snyder -- The bum and the bumblebee : from the musical "The mayoress" / written by Arthur J. Lamb, composed by John T. Hall -- The butterfly : from the musical "Madame Sherry" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- Buzz on, litlte busy bees! : from the musical "The two little brides" (Schneeglöckchen) / words by Arthur Anderson, music by Gustave Kerker -- By the Druid's altar / words by F.E. Weatherly, music by Gordon Davson -- By the moss covered well, dear Estelle / words by Earle C. Jones, music by L'Albert -- By the Saskatchewan : from the musical "The pink lady" / words by C.M.S. McClellan, music by Ivan Caryll [3 copies] -- By the sea, the beautiful silvery sea / written and composed by John A. Glover-Kind.
  • 1910, C-Come: C.Q.D. (Help! I'm in love) : from the musical "The girl in the kimona" / lyric by Harold R. Atteridge, music by Phil Schwartz -- The calcium moon / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- California is the place for me / words and music by F.M. Cary -- Call me up some rainy afternoon / words and music by Irving Berlin [16 copies] -- Can you forget? : from the musical "The bridal trap" / words by J.W. Johnson, music by J. Rosamond Johnson -- The candy man / words and music by Clare Kummer -- Captain Dinkelpop : from the musical "Marriage a la carte" / words by C.M.S. McClellan, music by Ivan Caryll -- Cavalier rustican' rag / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Cease sweetheart, cease / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Edith Barbier -- A certain party / words by Edgar Selden, music by Tom Kelley -- A certain sort of father : from the musical "The slim princess" / words by Henry Blossom, music by Leslie Stuart -- Change the boy to suit the girl : from the musical "The mayoress" / written by Arthur J. Lamb, composed by John T. Hall -- The chanticleer rag / words by Edward Madden, music by Albert Gumble -- Chanticleer or If you don't go home till morn / words and music by Henry A. Kiernan -- The Charles for mine / words by William J. Armstrong, music by Percival B. North -- Charming weather : from the musical "The Arcadians" / words by Lionel Monckton and Arthur Wimperis, music by Lionel Monckton [3 copies] -- Cheer up, brother (Glory, glory, hallelujah!) / words & music by Louis Weslyn -- Chicks : from the musical "The love cure" / words and music by Augustus Barratt -- Childhood days : from the musical "Alma, where do you live?" / lyric by Geo. V. Hobart, music by Jean Briquet -- Chili sauce (That tantalizing rag time song) / words and music by H.A. Fischler -- Chimes of long ago / poem by Ballard Macdonald, music by Alfred Solman -- A china clock and a Dresden cat (Tic-toc) / words by C.P. McDonald, music by W.C. Powell -- Chinatown, my Chinatown : from the musical "Up and down Broadway" / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [7 copies] -- Chinatown, my Chinatown : from the motion picture "Jolson sings again" / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Christmas don't mean anything to me / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Ed Edwards -- Cindy come be my bride / by Henry Fink -- Clap hands! Clap hands! When papa comes home : from the musical "Miss Molly May" / words by Will A. Hellan, music by Seymour Furth -- Clinging vine : from the musical "The fascinating widow" / lyric by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl Hoschna -- A college life for mine : from the musical "The college boy and the voice" / words & music by Maxwell Malcolm Mr. -- Colored Romeo / words by Irving Berlin, music by Ted Snyder [2 copies] -- Come away little girl / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Come back / words by Sylvia Dee and Sid Lippman, music by Fragson and Christiné -- Come back to Bohemia : from the musical "He came from Milwaukee" / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Ben M. Jerome & Louis A. Hirsch -- Come back to me / written by Worton David, music by Fragson and Christiné [2 copies] -- Come closer : from the musical "Katie did..." / lyric by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Karl Hoschna -- Come down to earthy, my dearie : from the musical "Up and down Broadway" / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Come Josephine in my flying machine (up she goes!) / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Fred Fischer [12 copies] -- Come Josephine in my flying machine (up she goes!) : from the motion picture "Oh, you beautiful doll" / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Fred Fischer -- Come on, Maria! / by Ren Shields and Stanley Murphy [2 copies] -- Come to me in the land of dreams / words & music by Leslie Holdsworth -- Come to the ball : from the musical "The Quaker girl" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Lionel Monckton [2 copies].
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 39
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 39.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1909-1910.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 39
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