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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 25.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 25.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1905-1906.

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reel 25 [1905 Vino-1906 Gwendolyn]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 25 reel 25 [1905 Vino-1906 Gwendolyn]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
  • 1905, V-Wh: Vino / words by Geo. L. Spaulding, music by Marquis Ellis -- Violette / words by Dolly Jardon, music by James B. Mullen [4 copies] -- Wait for me where the lilacs bloom / written and composed by Arthur Lamb -- Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [12 copies] -- Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie : from the motion picture "Birth of the blues" / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie : from the motion picture "Wait 'til the sun shines, Nellie" / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- Walks : from the musical "Miss Dolly Dollars" / lyric by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- The waltz must change to a march, Marie! / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by J. Fred Helf [3 copies] -- Waltzing with the girl you love / by George Evans and Ren Shields, arr. by Al. La Rue [2 copies] -- Watch where the crowd goes by / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Kerry Mills -- Water : from "Dorcas" / words by Porter Emerson Browne, music by George H. Bell -- Way down by the little mill / by Mrs. Charles H. Toby -- We parted by the river, Grace and I / by Stanley Crawford [2 copies] -- Welcome! : from the musical "Sergeant Brue" / words and music by Benjamin Hapgood Burt -- We'll be together when the clouds roll by / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Kerry Mills -- We'll wander in the bright moon-light / by Thurland Chattaway [2 copies] -- Were my mother there / words and music by John H. Cowlishaw [2 copies] -- We've been chums for fifty years / words & musci by Thurland Chattaway [2 copies] -- What has the nightime to do with the girl / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- What will your answer be / written & composed by Julius Oettinger -- What you goin' to do when the rent comes 'round? (Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown) / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [6 copies] -- What you want and what you get / by Raymond A. Browne -- What's the difference (What is the difference) : from the musical "Happyland" / words by Frederic Ranken, music by Reginald de Koven -- When I look into your eyes! / words by Marc Sylvan, music by Louis Tocaben -- When love begins : from the musical "The rollicking girl" / words by Sydney Rosenfeld, music by W.T. Francis -- When other hearts grow cold / words by Richard Gerard, music by Geo. Botsford -- When Perrico plays : from the musical "Alice and the eight princesses" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert -- When sweet Rose bid me good-bye / by Thurland Chattaway [2 copies] -- When the bell in the lighthouse rings (ding dong) / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Alfred Solman [4 copies] -- When the cat's away : from the musical "The ham tree" / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- When the evening breeze is sighing home sweet home / written by J. Hayden-Clarendon, composed by Alfred Solman -- When the frost has turned the maple leaves to gold / by Fenton S. Fansher -- When the grand army's out on parade / words by Frank B. Williams, music by Tom Lemonier -- When the green leaves turn to gold / words by Leo Wood, music by Leo Edwards -- When the green leaves turn to gold / words by Fred J. Barnes, music by Raymond White -- When the golden sunset fades beyond the hills / by Jos. Mittenthal -- When I rode on the choo choo cars : from the musical "The Rogers Bros. in Ireland" / lyric by George V. Hobart, music by Max Hoffmann [2 copies] -- When the moon is in the sky (Shadow song) : from the musical "The pearl and the pumpkin" / lyric by Paul West, music by John W. Bratton -- When the moon shines bright / words by Felix F. Feist, music by Joe Nathan -- When the orioles are nesting once again / words by Frank W. Sterns, music by Clarence M. Chapel -- When the right little girl comes along : from the musical "The earl and the girl" / words by Paul Barnes, music by E. Ray Goetz [2 copies] -- When the rose petals cover the ground / words & music by Clarice McQuarrie -- When the silvery moon shines o'er the distant hills / words and music by Earle M. Huntley -- When the sun goes down in splendor in the golden west / words and music by W.T. Smith -- When the sun sinks in the golden west / words by Henry A. Gillespie, music by Walter J. Crawford -- When they gather in the sheaves / words by Chas. E. Baer, music by Johann C. Schmid [2 copies] -- When we woo / by Junge & Craig -- When you & I (When you and I) / by Louis Tocaben -- When you gathered sweet magnolias Jennie dear / words by Frank Stanton, music by Theodore Morse [3 copies] -- When your ship comes home / words by F.W. Sterns, musci by C.M. Chapel -- Where Broadway meets Fifth Avenue : from the musical "The white cat" / by Keith & Kemble -- Where the morning glories twine about the cabin door / words by Dorothy Browning, music by Edward Stanley [2 copies] -- Where the morning glories twine about the cabin door / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [4 copies] -- Where the river Shannon flows / words and music by James I. Russell [6 copies] -- Where the Susquehanna flows / words by Rene Bronner, musci by H.W. Petrie -- Where the Suwanee river winds its silv'ry way / by G. Selig -- Where the wild vine clings : from the musical "The pink hussars" / lyric by Chas. J. Campbell & Ralph M. Skinner, music by Julian Edwards -- Where the wild vine clings : from the musical "His honor the mayor" / lyric by Chas. J. Campbell & Ralph M. Skinner, music by Julian Edwards [3 copies] -- The wherefore and the why : from the musical "Lady Teazle" / lyric by John Kendrick Bangs, music by A. Baldwin Sloane -- Where rolls the Oregon / words by Morris S. Silver, music by Glenn W. Ashleigh -- The whistler and his dog / lyric by Frank Luther, music by Arthur Pryor, vocal setting by Frank Luther -- The whistler's song (based on "The whistler and his dog") / lyric and song version by Al Trace, music by Arthur Pryor -- The white night / words by Rosamund Marriott Watson, music by Cyril Scott -- The whole dam family / words by George Totten Smith, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Why don't you try (The rolling chair song) : from the musical "The belle of Avenue A" / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [6 copies] -- Why still a cow-boy / words by G.H. Buxton, music by F.S. Buxton.
  • 1905, Wi-Z: Will the angels let me play / words by W.L. Werden, music by Fred'K E. Gladdish -- Will you be out tonight? / words & music by Thos. S. Allen -- Will you forgive if I forget? / words by Kurt P. Hirsekorn, music by Gabriel Selig -- Will you love me in December as you do in May? / words by James J. Walker, musci by Ernest R. Ball [9 copies] -- The winding of the yarn / words by Sidney R. Ellis, music by Al. H. Wilson -- Wine, wine, wine / words and music by Sam Gross and Wm. J. Hyde -- Wine, wine, wine / words by Wm. J. Hyde, music by Hirsekorn & Selig -- With frame, two forty-nine! : from the musical "Alice and the eight princesses" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert -- With the girl I love / words & music by Lee Johnson -- A woman's first thought is a man : from the musical "Alice and the eight princesses" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert -- Won't you be my lovey dovey? : from the musical "The rollicking girl" / words by E.P. Moran, music by Seymour Furth [2 copies] -- Won't you take me home with you? / lyric by Jean Lenox, music by Harry O. Sutton [lacking pages 3-4] -- The woodcutters : from the musical "Princess Beggar" / lyric by Ed. Paulton, music by Alfred G. Robyn -- Would you care? / words & music by Chas. K. Harris [4 copies] -- Would you like to change from miss to mrs? / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- You can sail in my boat : from the play "Edmund Burke" / words & music by Chauncey Olcott -- You look awful good to father : from the musical "The land of Nod" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- You look awful good to father : from the musical "The umpire" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- You'll find 'em in Chicago : from the musical "The Yankee regent" / lyrics by Chas. S. Adelman & I.L. Blumenstock, music by Ben M. Jerome -- Your heart alone must tell : from the play "Edmund Burke" / words & music by Chauncey Olcott -- Your heart, if you please : from the musical "Alice and the eight princesses" / lyric by Glen MacDonough, music by Victor Herbert -- You're a hero : from the musical "Miss America" / lyric and music by Frederic Moss -- You're my heart's desire; I love you, Nellie Dean / words by Richard H. Gerard, music by Harry Armstrong -- You're the only one for me : from the musical "Princess Beggar" / lyric by Ed. Paulton, music by Alfred G. Robyn [2 copies] -- Ze English language (The English language) : from the musical "Mlle. Modiste" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies].
  • 1906, A: Abraham Jefferson Washington Lee (You ain't goin' to pick no fuss out of me) / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- Act II: The Hindoo paradise : from the musical "The belle of London town" / lyric by Stanislaus Stange, music by Julian Edwards -- Afloat on a five dollar note / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by J. Fred Helf -- After they gather the hay / words by J.J. Walker, music by S.R. Henry -- Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly? / words by Robert F. Roden, music by J. Fred Helf [9 copies] -- Ain't you got nothing to say / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Alamo / words by Edwards Madden, music by Dorothy Jarden -- Alexandria : from the musical "The madcap princess" / words by John B. Lowitz, music by Alfred Solman -- The algebra of love : from the musical "little Jack Horner" / lyric by Earle C. Jones, music by Max S. Witt -- Alice blue waltzes / by Abbie A. Ford -- Alice O'Grady : from the musical "The Rogers Bros. in Ireland" / word by Ed. Gardenier, music by Max Hoffmann -- Alice, where art thou going / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Albert Gumble [2 copies] -- All aboard for Broadway : from the musical "George Washington Jr." / [by] Geo. M. Cohan -- All I want is you : from the musical "My lady's maid" / words by Paul West, music by Jerome D. Kern [2 copies] -- All the girls love me : from the musical "The spring chicken" / words and music by Richard Carle -- Aloha (Land which my heart calls home) : from the musical "The grand mogul" / lyric by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Alone / words by Belle Stewart, music by Dave Fitzgibbon -- Anchors aweigh (The song of the navy) / by Cas. A. Zimmermann [3 copies] -- And a little child shall lead them / by Chas. K. Harris -- And the weeping willow wept : from the musical "The belle of Mayfair" / words by George Arthurs, music by Leslie Stuart -- Anita / words by M. Morgenthau, music by Jay Fradkin -- Any old time at all : from the musical "The rich Mr. Hoggenheimer" / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [2 copies] -- Are you coming out tonight Mary Ann? / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [5 copies] -- Arrah wanna / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse [7 copies] -- As the nightingale calls to its mate, Madeline / words by G.F. Perkins, music by Harry J. Norton -- As we parted at the gate / words and music by E. Austin Keith -- Ask me not / lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- At dawning (I love you) / [words by] Nelle Richarmond Eberhart, [music by] Charles Wakefield Cadman -- At twilight hour / words by Benj. Hapgood Burt, music by J.P. Greenberg -- Au revoir, my little Hyacinth / words by A.E. Sidney Davis, music by Herman E. Darewski -- Autumn / poem by James O'Dea, music by Neil Moret.
  • 1906, B: Babe it's too long off / words by Elmer Bowman, music by Louis Chauvin -- Baby blue / words by S.N. Walton, music by John B. Lowitz -- Baby clover / words by Rachael Barton Butler, music by Charles Willeby -- Bake dat chicken pie / by Frank Dumont [2 copies] -- Barney Maguire : from the musical "Miss Dolly Dollars" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- The barnyard frolic / words by Charles Noel Douglas, music by Karl I. Hoschna -- Bashful (The folks have gone to town) / words and music by Ed. Steen -- Be demure : from the musical "The rich Mr. Hoggenheimer" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Englander -- Beautiful star of heaven / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by Louis Drumheller -- The beauty of Bath : from the musical "The beauty of Bath" / words by Chas. H. Taylor, music by Herber E. Haines -- Because I love her : from the musical "The love cure" / [by] Edmund Eysler and Oliver Herford [2 copies] -- Because you're you! : from the musical "The red mill" / lyric by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert [3 copies] -- Bedtime at the zoo : from the musical "The new Aladdin" / words by Percy Greenbank & Leslie Mayne, music by Lionel Monckton -- The bee the gets the honey doesn't hang around the hive / words by Ed. Rose, music by J. Fred Helf [3 copies] -- The belle of old Broadway / words and music by Claude Weber -- Belle of the ball / by Chas. K. Harris -- The bells of long ago : from the musical "The princess beggar" / lyric by Ed. Paulton, music by Alfred Robyn -- Benjamin Bims (Everything comes to him dat waits) / words and music by Geo. A. Spink -- Beside the old oak gate / words by Sam M. Lewis, music by Ted S. Barron [2 copies] -- Bessie and her little brown bear / words by Jack Norworth, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- The bird on Nellie's hat / written by Arthur J. Lamb, composed by Alfred Solman [2 copies] -- The bird on Nellie's hat : from the motion picture "Come and get it" / written by Arthur J. Lamb, composed by Alfred Solman -- Birds / words by Moira O'Neill, music by Carrie Jacbos-Bond -- Blow the smoke away : from the musical "The time, the place and the girl" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard [4 copies] -- Blow the smoke away : from the musical "The goddess of liberty" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Bonnie Jean / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Ted Snyder [2 copies] -- Bonnie Jean / words & music b y Dan J. Sullivan -- Boy Blue and Bo-Peep / words and music by Julian Jordan -- Bridget / written & composed by F.W. Leigh -- Broncho Buster Jim / words & music by Arthru Gillespie -- The bull-frog and the coon / words by Felix F. Feist, music by Jos. S. Nathan [6 copies] -- The burning of Frisco town / words by Bob Adams, music by Theron C. Bennett -- The buzz saw and the bee / words by Al Trahern, music by James B. Mullen -- By the light of the honeymoon : from the musical "The babes and the baron" / words by James O'Dean, music by Anna Caldwell -- By the side of the Zuyder Zee : from the musical "A Yankee tourist" / words by A.J. Mills, music by Bennett Scott -- Bye and bye : from the musical "The grand mogul" / lyric by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Bye-a-bye, ma honey, close yo' eyes / words by Samuel Lewis, music by Albert Greenbaum.
  • 1906, C: Camp meeting time / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Can you keep a secret / words & music by Maurice Dunlap -- Can't you see I'm thinking / written by Fred W. Leigh, composed by Henry E. Pether -- Captain Baby Bunting (of the rocking-horse brigade) / words by Ed. Gardenier & Will D. Cobb, music by U. Fred Helf [2 copies] -- The careless heart : from the play "The Rose of the Rancho" / by William Furst -- Caroline / by Herbert G. Paulfre -- Carry me back to old Virginny / words and music by James Bland -- A castle in Dreamland for you, dear / words & music by George W. Clarke -- Cause I think an awful lot of you / words & music by F. Collis Wildman -- Cheer up Mary / words by Alfred Bryan, music by [James] Kendis & [Herman] Paley -- Cherry / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by L. Albert -- Cherry blossoms / words & music by Wallace Elliott -- Cherry Hill Jerry / words by Earle C. Jones, music by Jno. B. Lowitz -- Cheyenne (Shy Ann) / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne [4 copies] -- A Christmas valse (La forêt de Noël) / French words by H. De Gorsse & G. Nanteuil, English words by Percy Pinkerton, music by Alfred Margis -- Cinderella / words by Jas. O'Dea, music by W.C. Powell -- Cindy Lee / by Chris Smith and Billy B. Johnson, arranged by Walter L. Rosenberg -- Cing, cings, samisen : from the musical "The district leader" / by Jos. E. Howard -- Clorinda Jackson : from the musical "The umpire" / lyric by Will M. Hough and Frank R. Adams, music by Jos. E. Howard -- Clover blossoms / words and music by Floyd Thompson [4 copies] -- Cob-webs / words by Abbie Farwell Brown, [music by] Gerrit Smith -- Colleen Bawn / words by Ed. Madden, music by J. Fred Helf [10 copies] -- College life / words by Porter Emerson Brown, music by Henry Frantzen -- Colorado / words & music by Maude McFerran Price -- Come back my Evelyn to me / words by Fred N. Harsh, music by A.D. Magbee -- Come down and kiss me honey mine : from the musical "Buster Brown" / words by Chas. Noel Douglas, music by Ernest R. Ball -- Come down Lovers' Lane! / written by A.J. Mills & Walter De Frece, composed by Bennett Scott -- Come take a skate with me / by (R.A.) Browne and Edwards -- Come to St. George's : from the musical "The belle of Mayfair" / words and music by Leslie Stuart [2 copies] -- Come where my love lies dreaming / words and music by Stephen C. Foster, edited by N. Cliffford Page -- Coming home from Coney Isle / words and music by William Cahill -- Coo! Coo! The fable of the dove : from the musical "Marrying Mary" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Silvio Hein -- Coolan Dhu / words by Fred. E. Weatherly, music by Franco Leoni -- A ccon lullaby / words and music by Teresa Del Riego -- The corporal's ditty / words by Francis Barron, music by W.H. Squire -- Could you love a little girl like me / words by John B. Gardner, music by Herbert Spencer -- Could you read my heart / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by C. Blake -- Crazy over you : from the musical "Little joker" / words by William J. Burke, music by Anna Caldwell -- Crocodile Isle / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse [5 copies] -- Cupid / words by Harry Boden, music by Bert Brantford -- Cupid's private code (Come, come, come) : from the musical "The grand mogul" / lyric by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Cupid's rifle range : from the musical "The little cherub" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Frank E. Tours.
  • 1906, D: Daisy Dear / words by George Totten Smith, music by A. M. Langstaff -- Dan / words by Earle C. Jones, music by May Irwin -- Dancing On The Sand / words and music by Barney Fagan -- Dandelions / words and music by Nelle Richmond Eberhart and Charles Wakefield Cadman -- Darkies' Cradle Song, The / words by H. G. Wheeler, music by J. W. Wheeler -- Daughter Of A Plumber, The / words and music by Smith Keeler -- Daughter Of Uncle Sam, A / words by John J. Nilan, music by Roger Halle -- Day Dreams / words by Robert B. Smith, music by Raymond Hubbell -- Day Dreams / words and music by Chauncey Olcott -- Dear Little Daisy / words by Ed Paulton, music by Alfred Robyn -- Dear Little Nell / words and music by W. P. Chase -- Dear Old Broadway / words by R. H. Burnside, music by Gustave Kerker -- Dear Old Philadelphia : from the opera "Rosalie" / words and music by Willard Spenser -- Declaration Of Love / words and music by Paul deLongpre -- Dinner Time / words and music by Addison Burkhardt -- Dixie I Love You / words by Hough and Adams, music by Joseph E. Howard -- Do Not Forget The Old Days / words and music by Jean C. Havez -- Does This Railroad Lead To Heaven? / words and music by Lucy A. Schleif -- Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, Si, Do / words by William Cahill, music by Benjamin H. Burt -- Doggy In The Yard, The / words and music by Marie Doro -- Don't Go In The Lion's Cage Tonight / words by John Gilroy, music by E. Ray Goetz -- Don't You Mind It, Honey / words and music by Caro Roma -- Don't You Tell / words by Hough and Adams, music by Joseph E. Howard -- Don't You Think It's Time To Marry? / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by Gus Edwards -- Don't You Think That You Could Care For Me / words by Porter Browne, music by Theodore Morse -- Don't You Want A Paper, Dearie? : from the musical "The Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer" / words by Paul West, music by Jerome D. Kern -- Dorabelle / words by John B. Gardner, music by Herbert Spencer -- Down Beside The Meadow Brook I'll Wait For You / words and music by Rose and Snyder -- Down In The Everglade / words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne -- Down Mobile / words by Charles Noel Douglas, music by Robert A. Keiser -- Down Where The Roses Lead The Way / words by J. C. Anderson, music by Morris S. Silver -- Dreaming / words by L. W. Heiser, music by J. Anton Dailey -- Dreaming / words by John E. Hazzard, music by May Irwin -- Dreaming Of Mother And Of Home Sweet Home / words and music by E. B. Holmes -- Dreams : from the musical "The Grand Mogul" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Drink Hearty! / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by Harold Orlob.
  • 1906, E: Early Bird Catches The Worm, The / words and music by George A. Norton -- Echo / words by Edward Montagu, music by Leo Friedman -- Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Mo / words and music by Bert Fitzgibbon -- Eileen Asthore / words and music by Chauncey Olcott -- Eileen My Own / words and music by George J. Green -- Elaine Girl Of My Heart : from the musical "Princess Beggar" / words by Edward Paulton, music by Alfred G. Robyn -- Ena, Princess, Mine / words by Temple Gates, music by Lee Carleton -- Ethel Levey's Virginia Song : from the musical "George Washington Jr." / words and music by George M. Cohan -- Every Day Is Ladies' Day With Me / words by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert -- Every Girl Should Have A Beau / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Edward Gabriel -- Every Saturday Afternoon / words by James O'Dea, music by Anna Caldwell -- Everyone Was Meant For Someone / words by Jeff T. Branen, music by Evans Lloyd -- Ev'ry Ship Will Find A Harbor / words by Charles E. Baer, music by Johann C. Schmid -- Everything Is Rosy, Rosie / words by Edward P. Moran, music by Seymour Furth -- Eyes That Come From Ireland, The / words by Richard LeGallienne, music by Chauncey Olcott -- Experience : from the musical "The Little Cherub" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Ivan Caryll.
  • 1906, F: The fair Californian / words by Lillian H. Shuey, music by Henry Weidemann -- Faithful / words by Michael Gallagher, music by Shepard N. Edmonds -- Fancies / words and music by Fleta Jan Brown -- Fanella / words by Edward Gardenier, music by Robert A. Keiser -- Far Away / words by Collin Davis, music by Frank J. Richmond -- Fare Thee Well My Old Kentucky / words by Bart C. Costello, music by Joe Nathan -- Farewell / words and music by Dan Holt -- Farewell Killarney / words by Edward Madden, music by Gus Edwards -- Farewell My Little Sunbeam / words by Frank A. Anderson, music by Jacob W. Conrad -- Farewell Prosperity / words by John Kemble, music by Lester Keith -- Father's Got A Job / words by Bob Cole and J. W. Johnson, music by Bob Cole -- Fevers On / words by Arthur Longbrake, music by George Fairman -- Firemen March / words and music by Paul R. Godeska -- First And Only : from the musical "The Time The Place and The Girl" / words by Hough and Adams, music by Joseph E. Howard -- Flag, The / words by Comrade J. G. Waters, music by Comrade Fox -- Float Me, Charlie / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Floating Along / words by Carleton C. Pillsbury, music by Edward Buffington -- For Memory's Sweet Sake / words by Charles Toddings, music by Metropolitan Music Co. -- Forget-Me-Not / words and music by Edmund Eysler and Oliver Herford -- Friend Of Mine Told A Friend Of Mine, A / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Kendis-Paley -- F-R-I-E-N-D-S / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- From Time To Time / words and music by Tony Stanford -- From You I'll Never Part / words by Walter A. Faulkner, music by Helen M. Trigg.
  • 1906, G: Gee, But This Is A Lonesome Town / words and music by Billy Gaston -- Geisha Girl From Old Japan, The / words and music by Maude McFerran Price -- Georgianna / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Get An Automobile / words and music by M. H. Watts -- Girl From Killarney, The / words and music by Bob Adams -- Girl I Loved Way Out In Indiana, The / words by Fred J. Barnes, music by Raymond White -- Girl In Every Pot, A / words by J. Stevenson, music by N. Clifford Page -- Girl My Heart Beats For, The / words and music by Frank Minzey -- Girl Of Japan, A / words by Corinne Colllier, music by Lee Carleton -- Girlie, I Love You / words by Alfred Scott, music by Theodore Morse -- Give Me A Ticket For Louisville / words by Bartley Costello, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Give My Love To Dixie / words by John Kemble, music by Lester Keith -- Go While The Goin' Is Good / words by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert -- Golden Lives / words by Winifred Scott, music by Lucien G. Chaffin -- Good Advice / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Kendis-Paley -- Good Morning, Mary Carey! / words and music by Max Hoffman -- Good Old Fashioned Way, The : from the musical "The Grand Mogul" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Good Old U. S. A., The / words by Jack Drislane, music by Theodore Morse -- Good-a-bye, John! / words by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert -- Good Bye, Brave Heart / words by Alfred Bryan, music by Edwin S. Brill -- Good-Bye Glory! / words by Richard Gerard, music by Joel P. Corin -- Good-bye, Jennie Jones / words and music by Lawrence B. O'Connor -- Good-bye Ma Honey I'm Gone / words by Billy B. Johnson, music by Chris Smith -- Good-bye Mister Greenback / words and music by Thomas S. Allen -- Good-bye Pal / words by Otto Hauerbach, music by Karl L. Hoschna -- Good Bye Soldier Boy / words by James V. Dignowity, music by F. H. Gray -- Goodbye Sweetheart Goodbye / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Albert Von Tilzer -- Good Night, My Love, Good Night / words and music by Andrew Mack -- Granger's Mate, The / words and music by J. Marshall Culver -- Gridiron King, The / words and music by Richmond K. Fletcher -- Gwendolyn / words by Benjamin Hapgood Burt, music by Silvio Hein.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 25
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 25.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1905-1906.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 25
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