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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 14.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 14.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1901-1902.

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reel 14 [1901 Speak-1902 Furniture]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 14 reel 14 [1901 Speak-1902 Furniture]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
  • 1901, S: Speak just one word / words and music by James R. Homer -- Splinter from my father's wooden leg / words by Josh Wink and Harry Dillon, music by John Dillon -- St. Patrick's day is a bad day for coons / words and music by Irving Jones -- Starlight (Starlight's ma gal) : from the musical "The liberty belles" / words and music by Clifton Crawford -- Still as the night / words by George Cooper, music by Carl Bohm -- The story of two floral wreaths / words and music by Tom Waters -- The story the violets told / words by Edward Gardenier, music by Henry W. Armstrong -- Strolling in society : from the musical "The New Yorkers" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Ludwig Englander -- The sunflower and the sun : from the musical "The hall of fame" / words by Carrie W. Colburn and C. N. Schneider, music by William H. Penn [4 copies] -- Susan, dear Sue : from the musical "The head waiters" / words by James O'Dea and Arthur Gillespie, music by Herbert Dillea -- Susie / words by George Totten Smith, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Susie : from the musical "The girl up there" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker [2 copies] -- Sweet Annie Moore : from the musical "The casino girl" / words and music by John H. Flynn [6 copies] -- A sweet dream of mother / words by Charlotte S. Gould, music by David Elmore -- Sweet Lucindy : from the musical "Princess Proud" / words and music by George Sanford Parsons -- The sweetest girl of all (Lulu) / words by John A. Heinzman, music by Otto M. Heinzman -- The sweetest words, "all for you" / words by Frank Dumont, music by R. P. Lilly -- The sweetheart in my sunny southern home / words by Edward Ackerman, music by Barrington L. Brannan -- Sweetheart, sweetheart I wear the blue / words by Catherine Ziegler, music by Rachel Ziegler -- Sweethearts long ago / words and music by J. Gayle Nelson.
  • 1901, T: That grand amen / words and music by Roger Harding -- There's a charm about the old love still / words by F. W. Vandersloot, music by A. L. Fischer [2 copies] -- There's a picture draped in mourning / words by Frances Corliss, music by James R. Homer -- There's no north or south to-day / words and music by Paul Dresser [2 copies] -- There's no other girl like my girl / words by E. P. Moran, music by Maude Nugent [3 copies] -- Take me back to Herald Square : from the musical "The New Yorkers" / words by George V. Hobart, music by Ludwig Englander [3 copies] -- Take me in your arms again / words and music by J. H. Warner -- Take me out and float me / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Reginald de Koven -- tale of a bumble-bee / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders [4 copies] -- Tell me again, sweetheart / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Reginald de Koven -- Tell me, dusky maiden / words by J. W. Johnson and Bob Cole, music by Rosamond Johnson [2 copies] -- Tell me not / words by F. E. Weatherly, music by G. J. Couchois -- Tell me will my dream come true / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by George H. Bramhall -- Tell us pretty ladies / words by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg [3 copies] -- There's nobody just like you / words by Edward Gardenier, music by William H. Penn [2 copies] -- There's one rose that will never bloom again / words and music by Raymond A. Browne -- There's other races like their chicken 'sides the coon / words and music by Charles H. W. Miller -- They gave me a medal for that / words by Glen MacDonough and Raymond Hitchcock, music by Sellie Simonson -- Things in the bottom drawer / words and music by Charles E. Baer -- Thinking of mother / words and music by Frank J. Driscoll -- Those great, big eyes / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Leo Le Brunn [2 copies] -- Three green bonnets / words by J. T. Branen, music by H. W. Petrie [2 copies] -- The tie that binds / words by H. L. Harris, music by Guy d'Hardelot [6 copies] -- Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Herbert Dillea -- Tis not always bullets that kill / words and music by Charles K. Harris -- Tobermory / words and music by Harry Lauder -- To have you love, to hold you love / words by Frank H. Bernard, music by John Itzel -- To-day I am sweet sixteen / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Frederic Solomon -- Toddle song / words by Al. LaRue, music by Byrd Dougherty -- Tokens of old time days / words and music by Burte C. Ruby -- Toll the bells softly / words and music by Edith F. Atterbury -- Tommy / words by Richard Goodall, music by William H. Penn -- Toreador's song / words by Adrian Ross, music by Ivan Caryll -- The treasures of the sea are buried deep / words by J. T. Branen, music by H. W. Petrie [2 copies] -- True love is not for a day / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Reginald de Koven -- turkey and the Turk / words and music by Francis J. Bryant -- Twere better had we parted long ago / words and music by William C. Davies -- Two congregations / words and music by Jeffrey T. Branen and Leo Friedman -- Two eyes of blue / words by Charles H. Taylor, music by Leslie Stuart [2 copies] -- Two hearts that beat as one / words by Adam Craig, music by W. C. Powell -- Two little eyes of blue / words and music by Elsie V. McIlvried -- Two marionettes / words by Arthur Law, music by Edith Cooke.
  • 1901, U-W: U.S. volunteers / words and music by Julies Adler -- Under the mistletoe bough / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Reginald de Koven -- A vision of Paradise / words and music by Arthur Trevelyan [2 copies] -- Walk, walk, walk! : from "A night of the fourth" / words by J. Sherrie Matthews, music by Max Hoffman -- The watermelon party : from the musical "The Rogers brothers in Washington" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Maurice Levi [2 copies] -- Way down in old Indiana / by Paul Dresser -- Way down yonder in the cornfield : Alabama / by [Will D.] Cobb and [Gus] Edwards [8 copies] -- The way of the world / words and music by Will A. Pratt, arranged by Hans S. Linè -- The way that Walker waled away : from the musical "The liberty belles" / words by Robert B. Smith, music by Harry T. MacConnell -- Way up north / words and music by J.E. Dempsey -- Ways to catch a man / music by Harry Lawson Heartz -- We never do such things as that today : from the musical "Princess Proud" / words and music by George Sanford Parsons -- The wedding of the Reuben and the maid : from the musical "The Rogers brothers in Washington" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Maurice Levi [3 copies] -- We'll never eat : from the musical "The girl from up there" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- We'll sink or wim together / words and music by Walter Coleman -- We're all good fellows : from the musical "The chaperons" / words by Frederic Ranken, music by Isidore Witmark -- Weezie : the song of the minstrel man / by Jack Norworh and Raymond Hubbell -- What'd yo' do wid de letter Mr. Johnson : from the musical "The little duchess" / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld [2 copies] -- When duty calls / words by Harry Heisler, music by howard Webster -- When I gave my heart to you / words and music by Thurland Chattaway -- When I saw good-bye / words by E. Warren Hatch, music by Chas. L.C. Hatch -- When love is true / words by Wm. H. Gardner, music by Carlotta Williamson -- When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town / words by Wm. Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz [4 copies] -- When the band begins to play / words by E.P. Moran, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- When the blue sky turns to gold / words and music by Thurland Chattaway [2 copies] -- When the boys go marching by / words and music by Chas. W. Doty -- When the gold was turning gray / words by Harry S. Marion, music by Theo. F. Morse -- When the golden sun has sunk into the west / words and music by W.T. Francis -- When the lillies of the valley bloom again / by Thurland Chattaway [2 copies] -- When the night comes on / words by Frank Abbott, music by Ben M. Jerome -- When the wind sighs in the west / words by John A. Heinzman, music by Otto M. Heinzman [2 copies] -- When they play "God save the king" / words by Vincent P. Brayn, music by Theo. F. Morse -- When true love enters the heart / words by Edward J. McDermott, music by Arthur F. Fenner -- When two hearts are one / words and music by Chas. Shackford [2 copies] -- When two little hearts are one : from the musical "Hoity-toity" / words by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg -- When we crowned you queen of May / words and music by Johnnie Quigley and John H. Burns -- When we meet at the well / words by James M. O'Sullivan, music by Willard Groom -- When you loved me in the sweet old days / words by Charles Horwitz, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- Where the silv'ry Colorado wends its way / words by C.H. Scoggins, music by Chas. Avril [6 copies] -- While the convent bells were ringing / words by Robt. F. Roden, music by Max S. Witt [3 copies] -- Who's your friend? : from the musical "Fiddle-dee-dee" / words by Allen Lowe, music by Jos. E. Howard, and [Ida Emerson] -- Why? : from the musical "Miss Bob White" / words and music by ... Willard Spenser -- Wilhelmina : from the musicals "Hoity-toity" and "Fiddle-dee-dee" / words by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg.
  • 1901, Y-Z: Yale boola! / [by] A.M. Hirsch -- You alone / words and music by Helena Bingham [3 copies] -- You and I : from the production "The evil eye" / words by Sidney R. Ellis, music by E. Melville Browne -- You are my all in all / words and music by Billee Taylor -- You can get in a row for that / written and composed by Frank Leo -- You can only have one moather / words and music by Mrs. W.A. Wray -- You have a friend in me / written and composed by Will Letters -- You'll be happy if I go / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Clarence M. Chapel -- You'll do : from the musical "King Dodo" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Your own / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- You're as welcome as the flowers in May / words and music by Dan J. Sullivan [3 copies] -- Zamona : from the musical "King Dodo" / words by Frederic Ranken, music by William Loraine.
  • 1902, A: Acting : from the musical "Mr. Pickwick" / words by Grant Stewart, music by Manuel Klein -- Afterwards / words by Mary Mark Lemon, music by John W. Mullen -- Ain't It Tough To Be So Absent-Minded? / words by Matt C. Woodward, music by Ben M. Jerome -- Alice Where Art Thou? / words by W. Gurnsey, music by J. Ascher -- All Is Fair In Love And War / words by Will A. Heelan, music by J. Brachman -- After You My Dear Alphonse / words by Harlow Hyde, music by H. W. Petrie -- Alphonse And Gaston / words by Vincent P. Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- All Hail, Columbia! / words and music by Norton Ross -- American Eagle March / words b George Cooper, music by John George Boehme -- American Girl / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- American Soldier, The / words and music by Arthur S. Josselyn -- Anglo-Saxons Of Today : from the musical "The Defender" / words and music by Allen Lowe -- Animal's Convention, The / words by J. W. Johnson, music by Rosamond Johnson -- Annie Was A Wise, Wise Girl / words by Charles Horwitz, music by Frederick V. Bowers -- Any Rags? / words and music by Thomas S. Allen -- Army Of Half-Starved Men, The / words and music by Paul Dresser -- Army Of Peace, The / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by Theodore F. Morse -- Art Of Osculation, The / words and music by Allen Lowe -- Artie : from the musical "The Prince of Pilsen" / words by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- As The Cuckoo Struck "Two," "Two." / words by Addison Burkhardt, music by Caliste A. Smith -- At My Lady's Feet : from the musical "My Lady Molly" / words by G. H. Jessop, music by Sidney Jones.
  • 1902, B: Back Among The Clover And The Bees / words by C. H. Scoggins, music by Charles Avril -- Back To The Woods / words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz -- Banquest In Misery Hall, The / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Bathing Lesson, The / words and music by Joseph Hart -- Because / words by Edward Teschemacher, music by Guy d'Hardelot -- Before You Came / words and music by Agnes Paul -- Behind The Clouds The Sun Is Ever Shining / words by Will A. Heelan, music by J. Brachman -- Bid Me Hope Again / words by W. W. Hall, music by Herman Schroeder -- Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home? / words and music by Hughie Cannon -- Billy's Very Good To Me / words by Charles Noel Douglas, music by Isidore Witmark -- Bird That Never Sings, The / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- Blaze Away / words by Walter Ardell, music by Abe Holzmann -- Blooming Lize / words by Matt C. Woodward, music by Ben M. Jerome -- Boys Will Be Boys : from the musical "Mr. Pickwick" / words by Grant Stewart, music by Manuel Klein -- Bygone Days In Dixie / words and music by Charles Shackford.
  • 1902, C: Captain Of The Golf Club, The / words and music by Salis Reya -- Carmena / words by Ellis Walton, music by H. Lane Wilson -- Champagne Dance / words and music by Leslie Stuart -- Chink Of the Miser's Gold, The / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Cholly, Molly, Dolly / words by Richard Faulkner, music by M. Theo Frain -- Come And Meet Me Sadie / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- Coo! : from the musical "A Country Girl" / words and music by Paul A. Rubens -- Coon Guard Musicians / words and music by Elton and Bond -- Could You Be True To Eyes Of Blue, If You Looked Into Eyes Of Brown? / words and music by Cobb and Edwards -- Courage / words by A. Chapman, music by H. W. Petrie -- Courting / words and music by Frederick Solomon -- Croon, Baby, Croon / words by Baby Bourke, music by F. Wynne-Jones -- Cuckoo And The Clock, The / words and music by Nat. D. Mann -- Cymbeline / words by Albert H. Brown, music by Charles N. Daniels -- Czar, The / words by Alex Rogers, music by John H. Cook -- Come And Take A Stroll With Me / words by George V. Hobart, music by Ludwig Englander -- Come Down Ma Evenin' Star / words by Robert B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Come To The Club To-Night : from the musical "Peggy from Paris" / words by George Ade, music by William Loraine -- Coming From The Ball / words by Charles R. Fischer, music by Bert Green -- Coming Of His Sweetheart, The / words by Frank L. Stanton, music by F. Dewey Richards.
  • 1902, D: Dangle him lightly : from the musical "The sultan of Sulu" / words by George Ade, music by Alfred G. Wathall [2 copies] -- Dat's de way to spell chicken / by Sidney L. Perrin and Bob Slater [3 copies] -- Dear heart / words by Bingham, music by Tito Mattei -- The dear old home / words and music by J.W. Caverly -- Dear old stars nd stripes good bye / words by Harvey Briggs, music by Harley Wilson [4 copies] -- Dear one / words by Grace G. Luders, music by Gustav Luders -- Diana : from the musical "King Dodo" / lyrics by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Didn't know exactly what to do : from the musical "The prince of Pilsen" / lyrics by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Do they do those things in London? : from the musical "The new clown" / words by John P. Harrington, music by Albert Perry [2 copies] -- The doctor calls me a somnambulist coon / by Billy Johnson -- Does this railroad lead to heaven? / words and music by Lucy A. Schleif -- The dollar song (The one true friend in all the world to me) / words by Al Trahenr, music by Lee Orean Smith -- Don't be angry with me, sweetheart / words by Ben Von Minden, music by John E. Turner -- Don't forget you're talking to a lady / words by Henry M. Blossom Jr., music by George A. Spink -- Don't you remember, Nora darling? / words by Will A. Heelan, music by Max S. Witt -- Dooley's alibi : from the musical "The emerald isle" / words by R.H. Burnside, music by Henry Waller [2 copies] -- Down by the river side / words and music by John J. Nolan -- Down in a dungeon cell / words and music by W.C. Kreusch [2 copies] -- Down in dear old sunny Georgia years ago / words by C.H. Scoggins, music by Charles Avril -- Down in the fields of golden corn / words & music by Raymon Moore -- Down on the farm / lyric by Raymond A. Browne, music by Harry Von Tilzer [16 copies] -- Down the line with Molly / words by Geo. Totten Smith, music by Geo. L. Spaulding -- Down where the Wurzburger flows / words by Vincent P. Bryan, music by Harry Von Tilzer [14 copies] -- Dream one dream of me : from the burlesque "Twirly-whirly" / words by Edgar Smith, music by W.T. Francis and John Stromberg -- Dreaming (of love, sweet love) / words and music by Morris S. Silver and Paul H. Bush -- Du Barry, the doll of the world / words by Geo. Taggart, muisc by J. Fred Helf.
  • 1902, E-F: Emalyne, ma pretty valentine / words & music by Max Hoffmann -- Eva / words by T.W. Burgess, music by J.B. Mullen [3 copies] -- Evah dahkey is a king : from the musical "In Dahomey" / words by E.P. Moran & Paul Laurence Dunbar, music by John H. Cook -- Every little dog must have his day : from the play "Old Limerick town" / by Chauncey Olcott -- The face in the firelight / words and music by Chas. Shackford [2 copies] -- Fallen by the wayside / by Chas. K. Harris -- Fare thee well, Molly darling (At the call of the roll I'll be there) / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Kerry Mills [3 copies] -- The fate in yes or no / words by Alonzo L. Rice, music by Myrta E. Turk -- Flirty little Gertie : from the musical "The Storks" / words and music by Richard F. Carle, arr. by Frederic Chapin -- Flossie / words & music by W.A. Crause -- Follow the man that leads the band : from the musical "The liberty belles" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Aimé Lachaume -- Fol-the-rol-lol / by Murray & Leigh, arr. by Fred. Eplett [2 copies] -- Following in father's footsteps / words & music by E.W. Rogers -- Following in father's footsteps : from the play "Algy" / words & music by E.W. Rogers [3 copies] -- Fond memories / words by F.A. Ingraham, music by L.M. Wilson -- Forget me / [by] Rozier Daughtry -- Four-leaf clover / words by Ella Higginson, music by Charles Willeby -- Foxy grandpa / words & music by B.D. Stillman & Victor Vogel -- France glorious France : from the musical "The mocking bird" / lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld, music by A. Baldwin Sloane [2 copies] -- From a different point of view : from the musical "The mocking bird" / lyrics by Sydney Rosenfeld, music by A. Baldwin Sloane [2 copies] -- The furniture man / words by H.J. Breen, music by T. Mayo Geary [3 copies].
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 14
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 14.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1901-1902.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 14
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