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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 33.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 33.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1908.

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reel 33 [1908 It might-1908 A singer]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 33 reel 33 [1908 It might-1908 A singer]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 might have been / by Chas. K. Harris -- It sounds good to me : from the musical "Mr. Hamlet of Broadway" / words by Edgar Selden, music by Melville J. Gideon -- It's April in my heart when you say good-bye / words by William H. Hatfield Jr., music by Harold E. Thompson -- It's the moonlight all the time on Broadway / words by Ren Shields, music by Percy Wenrich [4 copies] -- It's morning / words & music by Arthur Longbrake -- It's nice to be loved by someone / lyrics by Edgar T. Farren, music by Justin Ring -- It's only me in my nightie / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by J. Fred Helf -- It's the little things that count in life : from the musical "The pied piper" / lyric by R.H. Burnside, music by Manuel Klein -- It's the pretty things you say / words by Alfred Byan, music by Ted Snyder [11 copies] -- It's the unexpected happens : from the musical "The gay musician" / lyric by Chas. J. Campbell, music by Julian Edwards -- Ivanhoe / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- I've been decorated : from the musical "Algeria" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert -- I've found a place to spoon / words by Eugene C. Markens, music by George L. Velmore -- I've got a warm spot for Chicago : from the musical "A winning miss" / lyric by Harold Richard Atteridge, music by Wm. Frederick Peters -- I've got Lauder on the brain / written and composed by John A. Glover-Kind -- I've got a pain in my sawdust / words by Henry E. Warner, music by Herman Avery Wade -- I've got to make love to somebody / words & music by Thos. S. Allen [3 copies] -- I've lost my heart but I don't care : from the musical "A stubborn Cinderella" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- I've taken quite a fancy to you / words by Edward Madden, music by Theodore Morse [3 copies] -- I've taken quite a fancy to you : from the musical "The land of Nod" / words by Edward Madden, music by Theodore Morse -- The ivy and the old oak tree / words by Chas. E. Baer, music by Johann C. Schmid.
  • Ma babe / words and music by Marion Leith Reiner -- McGinnis / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Maid of my dreams : from the musical "Li'l Mose" / lyric by Chas. H. Brown, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Make a noise like a hoop, and roll away / words by Ren Shields, music by j. Fred Helf [2 copies] -- Make me laugh / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Ted Snyder -- Mammy's little angel child / words and music by Joseph Newman -- A man, a maid, a moon, a boat / by Chas. K. Harris -- The man I marry : from the musical "A girl at the helm" / words by Robert B. Smith, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Mandy Lane / by Wm. J. McKenna [5 copies] -- Many years ago : from the musical "Butterflies" / words by Arthur Anderson, music by J.A. Robertson -- Maria (Won't you please come over here) / words by Dave J. Clark, music by Welch and Wilsky -- Marie Cahill's Arab love song : from the musical "The boys and Betty" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Silvio Hein -- Marry a girl in June : from the musical "The June bride" / lyric by E. Ray Goetz, music by Edmund Eysler [2 copies] -- Mary Blaine / words by Edgar T. Farran, music by J. Fred Helf -- Mary my heather queen / word by John B. Lowitz, music by Louis A. Hirsch -- Mary of the prairie / words and music by Arthur Trevelyan -- Mary took the calves to the dairy show / written and composed by Harry Castling -- Maxim's : from the musical "The merry widow" / words by Edgar Smith, melody by Franz Lehár, arr. by Ribe Danmark -- Maybe it's a bear : from the musical "School days" / lyric by Vincent P. Bryan, melody by Gus Edwards -- Maybe you would if you could / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Geo. W. Meyer -- Meet her with a taximeter : from the musical "Flufffy ruffles" / words by C.H. Bovill, music by Jerome D. Kern -- Meet me in Rosetime Rosie / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [4 copies] -- The merry widow waltz : from the musical "The merry widow" : from melodies by Franz Lehar, arr. by Theodore Morse [3 copies] -- The message of the red, red rose : from the musical "Marcelle" / lyric by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Minnie-ha-ha Donohue / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Theodore Morse -- The uncrownded queen Miss Liberty / words & music by J.J. Burns -- Mister Dinkelspiel : from the burlesque "The merry widow and the devil" / words by Eddie Moran, music by J. Fred Helf -- Modern love / words by F. Clifford Harris, music by Leo Friedman -- The modest little model : from the musical "Mary's lamb" / words and music by Richard Carle -- M-O-N-E-Y : from the musical "The Yankee prince" / by Geo. M. Cohan, arranged by Chas. J. Gebest -- Moon, lovely moon! : from the musical "The rose maid" / lyric by Robert B. Smith, music by Bruno Granichstaedten [2 copies] -- Moon, moon, moon / words and music by Lester Chas. Riemer -- The moon won't tell on you / words by Jos. C. Barton, music by Fank H. Klickmann -- Morning, Cy! / [by] Bert Peters [2 copies] -- Mother hasn't spoke to father since / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Mother of men / words by Brian Hooker, music by Seth Bingham -- Move on Mr. Moon / words and music by Ed. Rose -- Mr. Soldier : from the musical "Kittie Grey" / words by Ralph Roberts, music by Harold Lonsdale [2 copies] -- Music makes me sentimental (Blame the music, don't blame me) / words by Alfred Bryan, theme by George Mayer, music by Maxwell Silver -- My affinity : from the musical "The soul kiss" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Maurice Levi -- My Arab lady : from the musical "The travelers" / words by Charles J. Burkhardt, music by Leo Friedman -- My boy Bill : from the musical "The merry-go-round" / words by Paul West, music by John W. Bratton -- My brudda Sylvest : from the musical "Seven hoboes" / words by Jesse Lasky, music by Fred Fischer [5 copies] -- My café girl (I met her at the Metropole, but I lost her at Jacks) : from the musical "The merry-go-round" / words by Paul West, music by Gus Edwards -- My dear old California / by Z.T. Aldrich -- My dearie dear : from the musical "The boy and the girl" / [words by] M.E. Rourke, [music by] H.L. Heartz -- My dream of the U.S.A. / by Leonard Chick, Chas. Roth and Ted Snyder [6 copies] -- My fluff-a de ruff / words by Ed. Gardenier, music by James Brockman -- My gal Irene / by Benj. Hapgood Burt -- My girl of dreams : from the musical "The June bride" / lyric by E. Ray Goetz, music by Edmund Eysler -- My girl's a peach / words & music by Julia Natus -- My heart beats alone for you / words and music by Thos. S. Allen [2 copies] -- My hero : from the musical "The chocolate soldier" / English words by Stanislaus Stange, music by Oscar Straus [7 copies] -- My Irish maid / words & music by Peter S. Clark -- My Japanese : from the musical "The isle of spice" / words & music by Louis L. Comstock -- My Jolo maid / words by Walter Hawley, music by Richard A. Sears -- My little Blarney Stone (Tipperary Mary Carey) : from the musical "The mimic world" / words by John B. Lowitz and B[enjamin] H[apgood] Burt, music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- My little pappose / words and music by Josephine Sherwood -- My little tailor maid : from the musical "The merry-go-round" / words by Paul West, music by Gus Edwards -- My merry Irish widow / words by Felix F. Feist, music by Harry W. Armstrong -- My old lady / lyric by Vincent P. Bryan, music by Gus Edwards [2 copies] -- My old New England home / words by Annie L. Medrrill, music by Harry A. Dinsmore [2 copies] -- My own little Zu Zu man / words & music by Peter S. Clark -- My post card girl : from the musical "Miss Innocence" / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by Louis A. Hirsch -- My pretty little piece of Dresden china / words by Cecil Johnson & A.J. Mills, music by Bennett Scott -- My rancho maid / words and music by Mabel McKinley -- My Rosy rambler / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- My Sahara belle : from the musical "Nearly a hero" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ed. B. Claypoole [2 copies] -- My sweetheat in the U.S.A. / words by Oliver Morosco, music by Joseph Montrose -- My thoughts of home, sweet home / words by Chas. Fischer, music by Albert Sicoransa -- My Tokio queen : from the musical "Ski-Hi" / words and music by Chas. Alphin [2 copies] -- My Yankee sailor boy / words by Oliver Morosco, music by Joseph Montrose [2 copies].
  • Naughty eyes / words by Harry Sylvester, music by Percy Wenrich [4 copies] -- Needles and pins / words by E.P. Moran, music by J. Fred Helf -- The Nell Brinkley girl : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1908" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Maurice Levi -- Nesting time in Birdland / words by Walter M. Barber, music by Henry Tiedeman Jr. -- The nice gal : from the musical "The grizzly bear" / lyrics & music by Frederic A. Bohnhorst -- Nimble Symbaline : from the musical "Mr. Hamlet of Broadway" / lyric by Edward Madden, music by Ben M. Jerome -- No one knows / words and music by Francis Mack -- None but the brave deserve the fair : from the musical "A stubborn Cinderella" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- None of them's got anything on me / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Norah McNamara : from the play "Dion O'Dare" / words and music by Fiske O'Hara -- Nothing ever, ever, ever, hardly ever troubles me / words by Jack Norworth, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Nothing to do but do nothing / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Now I have to call him father / written and composed by Chas. Collins and Fred Godfrey [3 copies] -- Nulife / by J.S. Nathan [2 copies] -- Nursery rhymes : from the musical "The pied piper" / lyric by R.H. Burnside, music by Manuel Klein -- Nursie : from the musical "Mary's lamb" / by Richard Carle.
  • Oh, drink thou deep of the purple wine / poem by Alice Dunbar, [music by] James H. Rogers -- Oh! Glorious old June days / words and music by Mattie Johnston -- Oh Miss Malinda (When evening time comes round) / words and music by Bonita & Max Armstrong [4 copies] -- Oh my but wasn't she angry / words by Ren Shields, music by W. Raymond Walker -- Oh, oh, Antonio / words and music by Dick Manning, C.W. Murphy, Dan Lipton -- Oh! Oh! Oh! : from the musical "The Prima Donna" / words by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert -- Oh! That Yankiana rag : from the musical "Miss Innocence" / words by E. Ray Goetz, music by Melville J. Gideon -- Oh, you coon! / words and music by George M. Cohan -- Oh you girl / words by Harry Williams, music by Andrew Mack -- Oh, you kid! / words by Edgar Selden, music by Melville J. Gideon [4 copies] -- Obadiah McIntire : from the musical "Merry-go-round" / words and music by Dan J. Sullivan -- O'Brien has no place to go / words by Stanley Murphy, music by George Evans [4 copies] -- The old maids ball / words & music by Irving Berlin -- The old rustic bridge o'er the rill / words by LeRoy Durkee, music by Arthur Tallman -- The old time rag / words by Edward Madden, music by Theodore Morse [2 copies] -- On the banks of the old Yazoo / by Annie Williams Wright, arr. by Geo. F. Inman -- On the road to Monterey : from the musical "The red moon" / words and music by Bob Cole -- On the same old corner of the same old square / lyrics by Arthur L. Robb, music by Max S. Witt -- Once in a while : from the musical "Marcelle" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Once there was a little lad / words & music by E.K. Heyser -- One little boy had money : from the musical "Honeymoon Trail" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- One sweet smile / lyric by Bartley C. Costello, melody by Chas. E. Baer -- One-two-three come dance with me : from the musical "The June bride" / lyric by E. Ray Goetz, music by Edmund Eysler -- One waltz - only one waltz : from the musical "The rose maid" / lyric by Robert B. Smith, music by Bruno Granichstaedten -- Only an old fashioned cottage (But it's all the world to me) / words by J. Hayden-Clarendon, music by Alfred Solman -- The only girl I ever loved / words by Albert Hall, music by Orlando Powell [2 copies] -- Open up your heart, let a little sunshine in (Open up your heart and let a little sunshine in) / by Chas. E. Baer [2 copies] -- The organ and the choir (The Sunday sermon) / words by Frank L. Stanton, music by Roy L. Burtch [2 copies] -- Our dream of love is o'er : from the musical "The queen of the Moulin Rouge" / words by Vincent Bryan, music by John T. Hall -- Our soldiers again are marching (The G.A.R. veterans of the 'sixties') / words anon rewritten with additional verses by Duncan J. Muir, music by Duncan J. Muir -- Over in Germany / [words by] Hugo A. Hamilton, [music by] Frieda E. Peycke -- Over on the Jersey side / words & music by Jack Norworth [2 copies] -- Over the hills and far away / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Oweenee / words by E.R. Moynes, music by R.J. Grant.
  • Pansies mean thoughts and thoughts mean you / lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, musicb y Herbert Spencer [3 copies] -- Pass it along to father / words by Vincent Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Perfectly terrible : from the musical "The top o' the world" / words by James O'Dea, music by Anna Caldwell [2 copies] -- Phoebe Snow! : from the revue "The mimic world" / words by Paul West, music by Herman Avery Wade -- Playing hookey / words by Edgar Leslie, music by Al Piantadosi -- Playing school / words by Saul M. Aronson, music by H. Stylvester Krouse -- Please don't keep me waiting : from the musical "The fair co-ed" / lyric by George Ade, music by Gustav Luders -- Please tell me what they mean? : from the musical "Miss Innocence" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Englander -- Put me upon an island (where the girls are few) / written & composed by Will Letters [3 copies] -- Put on your old green bonnet / written by Fred Murray & Charles Hilbury, composed by Kenneth Lyle -- Quaker lady / lyrics by Bobby Heath, melody by Gus Benkhart -- Queen of the night Amina mine : from the revue "The midnight sons" / words by Ballard Macdonald, music by Paul Lincke -- Queenie / words by Irving Berlin, music by Maurice Abraham -- Queenie, with her hair in a braid : from the musical "The girls of Gottenberg" / words by John T. Hazzard, music by W.T. Francis [2 copies].
  • Rainbow / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Percy Wenrich [5 copies] -- Raven tresses or golden locks : from the musical "The June bride" / lyric by E. Ray Goetz, music by Edmund Eysler [2 copies] -- Rebecca / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [2 copies] -- The recipe for love / words by Ren Shields, music by Percy Wenrich -- Red clover / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Theodore Morse -- Red Moon / words by Eddie Dustin, music by Chas. Humfeld -- Red red Rose : from the musical "Bandanna Land" / words by Alex Rogers, music by Will Marion Cook [2 copies] -- Redhead (Redhead - redhead - gengerbreadhead) / written and composed by Irene Franklin and Burt Green [2 copies] -- Remember the Old Continentals : from the musical "Little Nemo" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Ring around a rosie / by Will J. Harris, Harry L. Robinson, ar. by Nick Manoloff -- The road to yesterday / words by Eden E. Greville, music by Walter Pulitzer -- The road to yesterday : from the opera "Tom Jones" / words & music by Clare Kummer [2 copies] -- Roll on the rollaway / words by Roger Lewis, music by Al. W. Brown -- Rosa Rosetta : from the musical "The jolly bachelors" / words by Earle C. Jones and Jack Norworth, music by Albert Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Rose Marie / words by Ed Gardenier, music by Eduardo Di Capua, revised by Gus Edwards -- Rose of the world : from the musical "Algeria" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- Rose of the world / " / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert -- Rose of the world : from the motion picture "The great Victor Herbert" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert -- Roses bloom for lovers : from the musical "The rose maid" / lyric by Robert B. Smith, music by Bruno Granichstaedten [6 copies] -- Roses bring dreams of you / words & music by Herbert Ingraham [20 copies] -- Rowing : from the spectacle "Sporting days" / lyrics and music by Manuel Klein -- Rozell / words by T. Edwin McGuiness, music by L.P. Kahn.
  • Sahara / lyric by George A. Norton, music by Sheppard Camp -- Sahara / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [2 copies] -- The same moon shines everywhere : from the revue "The island of never was" / words and music by J.E. Dempsey -- The same old two : from the musical "Algeria" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert -- Samuel / written by Chas. Collins, composed by Chas. Moore -- San San Soo (I'm a Sampan for two) / written by Percy Edgar, composed by Alf. J. Lawrance -- Sandy O' / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Santiago Flynn / lyrics by Edward Madden, music by Theodore Morse [6 copies] -- The saucy sparrow : from the musical "The gay musician" / lyric by Chas. J. Campbell, music by Julian Edwards -- Say no! That's all / words by Frank J. Conroy, music by Ted Snyder -- Schooners that pass in the night / words by Jack Mahoney, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Scotland / words by Emma Pauline Sellers, music by Frieda P.C. Hall -- Scotland, ye ken : from the musical "Peggy Machree" / [words by] Patrick Bidwell, [music by] Clarence Lucas -- Sextette : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1908" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Maurice Levi -- She sells sea-shells : from the musical "The beauty spot" / written by Terry Sullivan, composed by Harry Gifford -- She's the daughter of an A.P.A. / words & music by Herbert Ingraham -- Shine on, harvest moon : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1908" / words by Jack Norworth, music by Nora Bayes-Norworth [2 copies] -- Shine on, harvest moon : from the motion picture "Shine on harvest moon" / words by Jack Norworth, music by Nora Bayes -- Shine on, harvest moon / words by Jack Norworth, music by Nora Bayes, new piano arrangement by Elmer Schoebel [4 copies] -- Shine on, oh star / words and music by Elizabeth Petre -- Shy little violet blue : from the musical "The queen of the Moulin Rouge" / words by Vincent Bryan, music by John T. Hall -- Since Katy Keith she wears a sheath / by Bert Fitzgibbons -- Since my mariutch learned the merry widow waltz / by Bert Fitzgibbons [2 copies] -- Sing, love, sing / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Sing me a come-all-ye (like my daddy sang to me) : from the revue "Ziegfeld follies of 1908" / by Nora Bayes & Jack Norworth -- A singer sang a song and that's the song the singer sang : from the musical "Nearly a hero" / words by Will Heelan, music by Seymour Furth.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 33
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 33.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1908.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 33
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