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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 13.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 13.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1901.

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reel 13 [1901 I will-1901 Sound]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 13 reel 13 [1901 I will-1901 Sound]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
  • I will say the same to you / words by John Hyams ; music by D. L. Don -- I wish I was a king / words by George V. Hobart ; music by Helena Bingham -- I wonder if we'll meet again / words and music by J. R. Homer -- I won't be your sweetheart any more / words and music by H. C. Verner -- I'd lay down my life for you / words by Thos. J. Keating ; music by Lyn Udall -- I'd like to be a gunner in the navy : from the musical "The liberty belles" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Will Accoe -- I'd love to live, love, live with you / words by Sidney H Aarons ; music by Boyle Woolfolk -- Ida Clare / words by Chas. Thorpe ; music by I. Brachman -- Ida from Idaho / words and music by John H. Flynn [2 copies] -- If I but dared / words by George Totten Smith ; music by Warner Crosby -- If I but knew / words by W. A. Pratt ; music by W. A. Pratt and J. W. Baume [3 copies] -- If I should say good bye : from the musical "The New Yorkers" / words by George V. Hobart ; music by Ludwig Englander -- If Santa Claus knew / words by A. J. Waterhouse ; music by Homer Tourjee -- If you loved me / words by Geo. Totten Smith ; music by Robert A. Lang -- I'll be with you when the roses bloom again / words and music by Will D. Cobb and Gus. Edwards [6 copies] -- I'll shut my eyes and think it's you : from the musical "King Dodo" / words by Frank Pixley ; music by Gustav Luders -- I'm a respectable workin' girl : from the musical "Fiddle-dee-dee" / words by Edgar Smith ; music by John Stromberg -- I'm goin' to live anyhow, till I die / words and music by Shepard N. Edmonds -- I'm living on fifth avenue / words and music by Julia Smith -- I'm not coming back / words by Walter H. Ford ; music by John W. Bratton -- I'm thinkin' 'bout you honey, all the time / words and music by Cole and Johnson -- I'm tired : from the musical "The strollers" / words by Wm. Jerome ; music by Jean Schwartz [3 copies] -- In Buffalo : from the musical "A trip to Buffalo" / words by Harry B. Marshall ; music by William Loraine -- In disguise : from the musical "The casino girl" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Arthur Weld -- In Florida : from the musical "The liberty belles" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Louis F. Gottschalk -- In Germany you've got to do the goose step (The goose step in the thing in Germany) / words by Rida Young Johnson ; music by Ellis R. Ephraim -- In my official capacity : from the musical "The chaperons" / words by Frederic Ranken ; music by Isidore Witmark -- In society : from the musical "The little duchess" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Reginald De Koven -- In that golden summer time / words and music by W. R. Williams -- In the good old fashioned way / words and music by Chas. K. Harris ; arranged by Jos. Clauder -- In the heart of the mighty deep / words by Arthur J. Lamb ; music by Harry Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- In the orchard where the children used to play / words by James Whitcomb ; music by Barclay Walker [2 copies] -- In the swim : from the musical "The Rogers brothers in Washington" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Maurice Levi -- In the valley of Kentucky / words and music by Tony Stanford [7 copies] -- I's learnin' babe to lub you! / words by Ed. F. Cogley ; Wm. E. Bock -- Is there a maid? : from the musical "The explorers" / words by Bert Leston Taylor ; music by Walter H. Lewis -- It cannot be / words and music by Arthur Trevelyan -- It must be love / words and music by Rose Lewis Kuhner -- It seems like yesterday : from the musical "The chaperons" / words by Frederic Ranken ; music by Isidore Witmark -- It's a maid, sweet maid / words and music by Will R. Anderson -- It's awfully nice to be a regular soldier / words by Will D. Cobb ; music by Gus. Edwards -- I've grown so used to you / words and music by Thurland Chattaway [6 copies].
  • Jack O' Lantern : from the musical "The liberty belles" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Mae Anwerda Sloane -- Josephine, my Jo / words by R. C. McPherson ; music by James T. Brymn [9 copies] -- Just a chain of daisies / words by Arthur J. Lamb ; music by Raymond Hubbell -- Just a gentle touch : from the musical "The chaperons" / words by Frederic Ranken ; music by Isidore Witmark -- Just at the turn of the tide / words and music by Chas. Shackford -- Just a-wearyin' for you / words by Frank Stanton ; music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond -- Just have the band play home sweet home / words and music by Costen and Sterling -- King Kazoo of Kakaroo : from the musical "Hoity-toity" / words by Edgar Smith ; music by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- The king of the deep am I! (The lighthouse song) / words and music by W. C. Kreusch -- Kitty / words by J. Cheever Goodwin ; music by Fred Solomon [2 copies] -- The Kodak girl : from the musical "The New Yorkers" / words by George V. Hobart ; music by Ludwig Englander.
  • The language of the flowers : from the musical "The toreador" / words by Percy Greenbank ; music by Lionel Monckton -- The lay of the jay : from the musical "Dolly Varden" / words by Stanislaus Stange ; music by Julian Edwards -- Lay thy head upon my breast (Lehn' deine wang' an meine wang') / English words by Lewis Novra ; music by Adolf Jensen -- Last year / words by John Ernest McCann ; music by Al. Johns -- Lenore, my own Lenore / words by Jas. O'Dea ; music by Alfred Solman [2 copies] -- A lesson in flirtation : from the musical "The strollers" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Ludwig Englander [3 copies] -- Let Mary go 'round on the merry-go-round / words and music by Dave Reed Jr -- Let me sleep in old Virginie / words by Edw. J. Lang ; music by R. G. Markus -- A letter from the front / words and music by George Strayer Maxwell ; arranged by Lee Orean Smith -- The light that failed / words and music by Chas. E. Baer -- A little bit further on : from the musical "The messenger boy" / words by Adrian Ross ; music by Lionel Monckton -- A little empty nest / words by Will A. Heelan ; music by J. Fred. Helf -- The little maid who couldn't say no : from the musical "The chaperons" / words by Frederic Ranken ; music by Isidore Witmark -- Little plain gold ring / words and music by P. Campbell -- A little southern bride / words and music by Martin Bowes -- The little wooden soldier : from the musical "The emerald isle" / words by Basil Hood ; music by Arthur Sullivan -- Liza smile! smile! smile! / words by James J. M. Reilly ; music by Arthur Gillespie -- Lola / words and music by Anthony Gray -- Look it up in the dream book : from the musical "The strollers" / words by Robert B. Smith ; music by Harry T. MacConnell [2 copies] -- Loo-loo-oo-loo loo or my dusky Loo / words by Matthew Ott ; music by J. B. Mullen [3 copies] -- Loretta : from the musical "The strollers" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Ludwig Englander [4 copies] -- Love has claimed it's own : from the musical "The casino girl" / words by S. B. Cassin ; music by Will Accooe -- Love is all I have for you / words by Ben Lowen ; music by Geo. Cantlie ; arranged by W. C. Polla -- Love me as long as I live : from the musical "H.M.S. Irresponsible" / words and music by Sam Richards -- Love me Lize / words by J. Sherrie Matthews ; music by Max Hoffmann -- Love me, sweetheart, in song : from the musical "Miss Simplicity" / words and music by H. L. Heartz -- Love song : from "A modern Santa Claus" / words and music by Harry Rowe Shelley -- Love will show the way / words by Jas. O'Dea ; music by Alfred Solman -- Love's highway : from the musical "The explorers" / words by Bert Leston Taylor ; music by Walter H. Lewis -- Love's sweet dawn / words and music by Amelia Baker -- Lullaby-land / words and music by Edith Ellis Barker -- Lulu. I loves yer, Lulu / words and music by Will Accooe.
  • Ma ebony belle : from the musical "The Rogers brothers in Washington" / words by Ed Gardenier ; music by Maurice Levi -- My honey babe : from the musical "The governor's son" / words and music by Geo. M. Cohan -- Mah moonlight Lou / words by Campbell and Skinner ; music by Herbert Dillea -- The maid in the moon / words by Sydney Cowell ; music by Ellen Wright -- Maid of the orient / words by Bessie Nicholson ; music by J. B. Mullen -- The maiden with dreamy eyes : from the musical "The hall of fame" / words by J. W. Johnson ; music by Bob Cole -- The maiden with dreamy eyes : from the musical "The little duchess" / words by J. W. Johnson ; music by Bob Cole [4 copies] -- The maiden with dreamy eyes : from the musical "The supper club" / words by J. W. Johnson ; music by Bob Cole -- Maizy, Maizy fine and daisy / words by Andrew B. Sterling ; music by Chas. B. Ward -- Maizy, my dusky daisy / words by Will A. Heelan ; music by J. Fred Helf -- Mamie (don't you feel ashamie.) / words by Will D. Cobb ; music by Gus Edwards [7 copies] -- Mammy's little baby / words and music by E. H. Pendleton -- Mammy's little honey boy / words and music by Carl L. Mittell -- The man who plays the tamborine : from the musical "The little duchess" / words by Wm. Jerome ; music by Jean Schwartz -- Many an honest heart may beat beneath a ragged coat / words by Hawley Franck ; music by Arthur Trevelyan -- Martha spanks the grand pianner : from the musical "A Chinese honeymoon" / words by George Dance ; composed by Howard Talbot -- Martyrs of Columbia / words and music by E. J. Williams -- Mary, all our own / words by Carl Stickney ; music by Maurice Clark -- Mary Black : from the musical "Hoity-toity" / words by Edgar Smith ; music by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- Mary Jane / words by Edgar M. Daily ; words by Preston Ware Orem -- Maud : from the musical "The toreador" / words by Adrian Ross ; music by John Stromberg and Harry B. Smith -- Maudie : from the musical "The governor's son" / words and music by Geo. M. Cohan ; arranged by Chas. J. Gebest -- May be / words by Frank Tannehill Jr. ; music by George Rosey [3 copies] -- McKinley, our hero now at rest / words and music by Joseph L. Hain -- Menagerie song : from the musical "The little duchess" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Reginald De Koven -- Mickey, the pum pum man / words and music by Jean C. Havez -- Mid the orange trees and blossoms she is waiting / words and music by Rob't. P. Skilling [3 copies] -- Midst the old Virginia pines / words by Geo. A Barry ; music by Louis G. Freeman -- Mike. Mike. Mike / words by Harry Dillon ; music by John Dillon ; arranged by Harry Heald -- Minnie-ha-ha! / words by Will D. Cobb ; music by Paul Barnes -- Miss Hannah from Savannah / words by R. C. McPherson ; music by Thos. Lemonier -- Monkey murmurs / words by E. Littleton ("Lope") Fox ; music by Porter Steele -- Moon, moon / words and music by Nat. D. Mann -- Mother's hymn to me / words and music by Jas. R. Homer [3 copies] -- Mr. Volunteer or you don't belong to the regulars, you're just a volunteer / words and music by Paul Dresser [2 copies] -- Mrs. Carter you're a tartar / words and music by Paul Dresser -- Must we say good-bye forever, Nellie dear? / words and music by Chas. K. Harris ; arranged by Jos. Clauder -- My black pansy / words and music by Will Dillon ; arranged by Harry Heald -- My California homestead by the sea / words by John C. Miller ; music by Jessie Ollivier -- My Carolina lady / words by Andrew B. Sterling ; music by Geo. Hamilton -- My castle on the Nile / words by J. W. Johnson ; music by Rosamund Johnson [2 copies] -- My Dixie queen : from the musical "The New Yorkers" / words and music by Sidney L. Perrin -- My English rose / words by John Ernest McCann ; music by John W. Bratton -- My Evaline : from the musical "The king's carnival" / words and music by Mae Auwerda Sloane -- My Filopena pet / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Aime Lachaume -- My Honolulu Lu : from the musical "The New Yorkers" / words by George Totten Smith ; music by Emil Biermann -- My Indiana Hannah / words and music by Mortimer Furchgott ; arranged by D. S. DeLisle -- My Japanese cheery blossom : from the musical "Hoity-toity" / words by Edgar Smith ; music by John Stromberg -- My lady champagne : from the musical "The explorers" / words by Bert Leston Taylo ; music by Walter H. Lewis -- My lady Hottentot / words by William Jerome ; music by Harry Von Tilzer [7 copies] -- My little bunco queen : from the musical "The Rogers brothers in Washington" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Maurice Levi -- My lonesome little Louisiana lady / words and music by [Will D.] Cobb and [Gus] Edwards -- My magic mandolin / words and music by Fred. Deekman -- My magnolia maid / music by Harry T. MacConnell ; words by Robert B. Smith -- My Mississippi Sue / words by Will Toland ; music by Fred Meloy -- My pretty ace of spades / words by E. S. Abeles ; music by Frederic Chapin -- My rose of yesterday / words by Chas. Thorpe ; music by J. Brachman -- My Sambo : from the musical "The chaperons" / words by Frederic Ranken ; music by Isidore Witmark -- My Samoan beauty / words by Arthur Trevelyan ; music by Will Accooe -- My sugar baby / words by Albert H. Brown ; music by C. N. Daniels -- My Susie / words by John W. Parks, music by John H. Densmore -- My sweet Kimona / words and music by Maude Nugent -- My sweethearts picture on the wall / words and music by Martin Bowes -- My toreador : from the musical "The toreador" / words and music by Paul A Rubens -- My true Wisconsin pearl / words and music by Albert J. Vick -- My whip-poor-will / words by Geo. Totten Smith ; music Harry Von Tilzer -- My Yokohama lady / words and music by Lee Johnson -- Mystery of love waltz : from the musical "Miss Bob White" / words and music by Willard Spenser.
  • Nancy Brown : from the musical "The wild rose" / words and music by Clifton Crawford [6 copies] -- Never breath a word of this to mother : from the musical "The governor's son" / words and music by Geo. M. Cohan -- A new gal just in town / words and music by Joseph J. Skelly -- Next door to me / words and music by J. W. Hall, Murray & Leigh -- Nobody's lookin' but de owl an' de moon : from the musical "The sleeping beauty and the beast" / words by J. W. Johnson & Bob Cole ; music by Rosamund Johnson [2 copies] -- Nora : from the play "The outpost" / words and music by Sol Solomon -- O golden day! / words by Robert Louis Stevenson ; music by David Elmore -- Oh! Fudge : from the musical "The New Yorkers" / words by George Sidney ; music by Paul Schindler -- Oh love, the way is dreary / words by Artie O'Kelly Brown ; music by Charles Coleman -- An ocean lullaby / words and music by Francis Dewey -- Old fashioned roses / words by Laura Gerould Craig ; music by H. C. Weasner -- The old flag never touched the ground / words by J. W. Johnson & Bob Cole ; music by Rosamond Johnson [3 copies] -- The old maids' tea party / words and music by Henry S. Sawyer [2 copies] -- An old time wedding ring / words and music by J. W. Stanistreet -- On to the war so glorious : from the musical "Princess Proud" / words and music by George Sanford Parsons -- One word from you / words and music by C. M. Williams -- Only one lost / words and music by W. C. Parker -- Only one waltz more / words by R. McPherson ; music by Chris Smith -- Only you / words by Frank D. Pease ; music by Dave Fitzgibbon -- Our boys in overalls / words by Henry V. Neal ; music by Julia Smith -- Our land of dreams : from the musical "My lady" / words and music by Clifton Crawford -- Our wedding bells will ring some day / words by Arthur Trevelyan ; music by E. T. Paull -- Out where the billows roll high / words by J. T. Branen ; music by H. W. Petrie.
  • Paddy's little Kate / words and music by Billee Taylor -- Pan, pan, pan / words by Will D. Cobb ; music by Gus Edwards -- Pansy / words and music by Pat Rooney [2 copies] -- The passion flower / words by George A. Norton ; music by James W. Casey -- The pawn-shop-man (my onliest dollie.) / words by George A. Poole ; music by Hattie Starr -- The phrenologist coon / words by Ernest Hogan ; music by Will Accooe -- The "ping pong" song : from the musical "The silver slipper" / words by Percy Greenbank ; music by Ivan Caryl -- Place a light to guide me home / words by Jack Fay, music by James B. Oliver [2 copies] -- Poor little fluttering moths : from the musical "Hoity-toity" / words by Edgar Smith ; music by John Stromberg -- The poppy and the pansy / words by Howard Shelley ; music by C. H. Kerr -- The prettiest girl in town! / words and music by J. F. Leonard -- The pretty girl milking her cow / arranged by Herbert Wallace -- Pretty Mollie Shannon (she's the real thing.) : from the musical "The little duchess" / words by Geo. H. Ryan ; music by Walter Wolff [4 copies] -- The proudest boy in town / words by Ed. F. Cogley ; music by Wm. E. Bock -- The queen of society : from the musical "Hoity-toity" / words by Edgar Smith ; music by John Stromberg.
  • Rip! Rip! Rip! / words by Samuel McDowell ; music by R. P. Lilly -- Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man : from the musical "The sleeping beauty and the beast" / words by Wm. Jerome ; music by Jean Schwartz [4 copies] -- Rosa Lee or "I love only you." / words and music by Claude Weber -- Rosalie : from the musical "Miss Simplicity" / words and music by Edward W. Corliss [2 copies] -- A rose with a broken stem / words by Carroll Fleming ; music by Everett J. Evans [3 copies] -- The royal will / words and music by Harry Heisler.
  • Sadie : from the musical "The little duchess" / words by J. P. Harrington ; music by Leo Le Brun [3 copies] -- Sadie, you's ma lady-bird / words by Arthur Trevelyan ; music by Wm. H. Penn -- Sallie, my hot tamale : from the farce "Supper at Sherry's" / words by Geo. V. Hobart ; music by Mae Auwerda Sloane -- Sally's Sunday hat / words by Will D. Cobb ; music by Gus Edwards -- Sam Johnson stole a dollar from his father / words and music by Sam Drane -- The sandman's song / words and music by Reginald De Koven -- The sea is the home for me / words by J. T. Branen ; music by H. W. Petrie -- Send back the lamb to the fold / words by Richard F. King ; music by Thos. J. Ryan -- Shadows on the blind / words and music by F. V. St. Clair -- The shanty of Tumble Down Alley or Don't pull the shanty down / words by Arthur J. Lamb ; music by Geo. L. Spaulding -- She did it for another / words and music by W. C. Parker -- She lives in Alabama / words by Edith Willard ; music by Harry S. Miller -- She's a girl with a heart of gold / words by Katherine Kavanaugh ; music by Julian K. Schaefer -- She's getting mo' like the white folks every day / words and music by [Bert] Williams and [George] Walker -- The silent violin / words by Ed. Gardenier ; music by Henry W. Armstrong -- Simple little sister Mary Green / words and music by Clifton Crawford [3 copies] -- Since daddy's been taken away / words and music by Howard & Emerson and Maurice J. Steinberg -- Sleep, my love! (Taylor's Serenade.) / words and music by Billee Taylor -- The smile of her I love / words by Richard Watson Gilder ; music by Percy Lee Atherton -- Smiles, smiles, smiles / words by Byrd Dougherty ; music by Wm. H. Penn [2 copies] -- The smoke goes up the chimney just the same / words and music by Fred Chandler -- Softly sleep, love! / words and music by Frederick J. Stevenson -- A soldier of love am I / words by Walter H. Ford ; music by John W. Bratton -- Soldiers / words and music by Frederic Chapin -- The soldier's bride / words and music by M. J. Fitzpatrick -- Some day / words by Elizabeth M. Franks ; music by William Ackermann -- Somebody's darling long ago / words by Ed. Garnier ; music by Henry W. Armstrong -- The song I heard one Sunday morn / words by Robert H. Brennen ; music by E. H. Ellison -- Song of spring fashions / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Mae Anwerda Sloane -- Song of the strollers : from the musical "The strollers" / words by Harry B. Smith ; music by Ludwig Englander [3 copies] -- Song of the sword : from the musical "Dolly Varden" / words by Stanislaus Stange ; music by Julian Edwards -- The song of the yankee tar : from the musical "The liberty belles" / words by Irving Claxton ; music by Louis F. Gottschalk -- The sons of Ham / words by Harry J. Breen ; music by T. Mayo Geary -- The sound of my sweetheart's name / words by Will D. Cobb ; music by Albert Johns.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 13
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 13.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1901.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 13
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