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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 10.

Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 10.
Publication
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1899-1900.

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reel 10 [1899 She still-1900 Fatal]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 10 reel 10 [1899 She still-1900 Fatal]Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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Description
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
  • 1899, S [continued from reel 9]: She still believes in you / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld [2 copies] -- She was a rosebud / words by Elmer Tenley, music by Teddy Simonds -- She was happy till she met you / written and composed by Chas. Graham and Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- She was once my wife / words by W.E. Browning, music by Chas. V. Long -- She's a daughter of the sunny south / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- She's my sweetheart from Savannah / words and music by Lee Johnson -- She's the belle of gay New York / words by Will D. Cobb, music by John Rano -- She's the only lady friend I know / written and composed by Theo. H. Northrup -- Sing me a song of the south / words by George A. Norton, music by James W. Casey [3 copies] -- The singer and the song / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards [4 copies] -- The siren of the ballet : from the musical "The singing girl" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Six little wives : from the musical "San Toy" / [by] Sidney Jones -- Snap-shot Sal / by [Bert] Williams and [George] Walker -- The society girl / words & music by Dave Reed Jr. -- The soldier's dream / words and music by A. Delson Adams -- Some day I'll go back / words and music by Harry Freeman -- Some day our paths will cross again / words and music by T.B. Kelley -- Sometime / words by Wm. H. Gardner, music by Dorothy Vaughn -- A song of long ago / words by James R. McKee, music by F. Giannini -- The song of the Danube : from the musical "The singing girl" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Song of the nose : from the musical "Cyrano de Bergerac" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Sophie / words by Arthur Trevelyan, music by Alfred C. Marks -- Spend your money while you live / words & music by Ned Wayburn -- Stay in your own backyard / words by Karl Kennett, music by Lyn Udall [4 copies] -- The story of the rose (Heart of my heart I love you) : from the play "The last of the Rohans" / words by Alice, music by Andrew Mack [4 copies] -- The story that won my heart (My saviour) / words and music composed by Herbert Buffum -- Sue, ma Sue / words by Chas. W. Doty, music by Theo. H. Northrup -- The sunlight of my heart / words and music by M.J. Fitzpatrick -- My darling Mazie / words & music by Gilmore & Leonard -- Sweet Lei Lehua / composed by King Kalakaua -- Sweet Mary Mahone / words & music by Robert G. Penick -- Sweet Rosalie` / words by Arthur Trevelyan, music by Alex. F. McCabe -- Sweet Suzanne / words by Howard Graham, music by Chas. Graham -- Sweet sweet love / words by Chas. Horwitz, music by Fred. V. Bowers [2 copies] -- Sweetheart / words and music by Harry L. Rogers -- Sweetheart, my love and my own / words by Chas. Weiler, music by C.H. Williams -- Sweetheart of mine / words and music by Dave Augustine -- Swing round and let her flicker / words and music by Carl P. Dietz.
  • 1899, T: Take me as I am / words by Joe Hurtig, music by Andy Lewis, arr. by C. Boyer [2 copies] -- Telephone me, baby / written & composed by Geo. M. Cohan -- Tell me do you love me as of old / words by Carroll, Fleming, music by Geo. A. Nichols -- Tell me pretty maiden : from the musical "Florodora" / words and music by Leslie Stuart [3 copies] -- Tell mother not to worry / by Louis Myll -- That's what Uncle Sam & Johnny Bull could do / words by Wm. J. Hartley, music by Raymond A. Browne -- There aint no use to keep on hanging around / words and music by Irving Jones -- There'd never been no trouble if they'd kidnapped a coon / words by Tom Brown & Gussie L. Davis, music by Gussie L. Davis -- There's only one girl in all New York / words by George Starr, music by Hattie Starr -- They're beginning to notice me / written and composed by Murray and Leigh -- Those cruel words "good-bye" / words & music by J. Fred Helf -- Today / written & composed by Arthur Trevelyan -- Tomi, Tomi / by David Nape -- Topsy's in town / words by Al. Trahern, music by Warner Crosby -- The touch of a woman's hand / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- Treasures that gold cannot buy / words and music by Will A. Heelan -- Turkey in the straw / by Otto Bonnell -- Twas but a dream / words & music by Louise Tunison -- Two little orphans / words by Chas. A. Burke, music by Sidney H. Horner -- Two sisters from the same old home, or, Life from day to day / words by Charles A. Wilson, music by Leo E. Berliner.
  • 1899, U-W: Unbroken vows / words and music by Jean McDonald -- Under the stars I met you, love / words and music by R.M. Stults -- Violets / words and music by Roma -- Waldorf "Hyphen" Astoria : from the musical "A reign of error" / by E.C. Center and Jackson Gouraud -- Way down East : from the play "Way down east" / by John H. Burns -- The way to ask a girl to marry / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by Leo Friedman -- We are waiting, Dewey, waiting / words & music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- We said goodbye / words by Arthur Trevelyan, music by H. Sylvester Krouse -- We'll be friends if nothing more / words by Madeline L. Kennedy, music by E.S. Phelps -- We'll meet again / words & music by Wm. T. Francis -- What! Marry dat gal? / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- What right have you to judge her / words and music by Chas. E. Bear, arr. by Fred. W. Bunte -- What will the answer be? : from "The Broadway burlesquers" / words by Mark Benjnett, music by Albert L. Rich [2 copies] -- What's the use of hangin' round when you aint got the price / words and music by Geo. Evans -- When a nigger makes a hundred, ninety-nine goes on his back / words by Chas. A. Wilson, music by Leo. E. Berliner -- When Chloe sings a song / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg [3 copies] -- When Dewey comes sailing home / words by John Langdon Heaton, music by Kerry Mills -- When I can call her mine / words and music by Leo. F. De Beaulieu -- When I'm a man like you : from the musical "'Round New York in 80 minutes" / words and music by Louis Weslyn Jones -- When love is true / by Carl D. Herdman -- When Mary whispered "yes" / word by Frank E. Kellogg, music by H. Lloyd Brown -- When pansies bloom again / words by Adam Craig, music by Charles Quinn -- When Susan Thompson tries to reach high C / words & music by Harry von Tilzer [2 copies] -- When the stars are out / words and music by Valentine Huber -- When you come back to Georgia / words & music by Geo. Herrmann [2 copies] -- When you learn to love too late / words by John Allen, music by Alfred Solman -- Where the sweet magnolias bloom / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry von Tilzer [7 copies] -- Whistling Rufus, or, The one man band / words set to the principal melodies, Kerry Mills famous characteristic march by W. Murdoch Lind -- Whistling Rufus / additional lyrics by Lee Cooley and Sydney Smith, music by Kerry Mills -- Whip-poor-will lullaby / words and music by Bertha L. Hamlin -- Why? / words by Fred J. Hamill, music by Paul Cohn -- Why did they sell Killarney / words by Harry Dillon, music by John Dillon, arr. by H.D. Heald [2 copies] -- Why I love you / words by Lena Shackelford Hesselberg, music by Edouard Hesselberg ("D'Essenelli) -- Wing Lee's rag-time clock / words and music by Al. Trahern -- With you beside me / words by Raymond A. Browne, music by Bob Irving, arr. by Wm. H. Penn -- Without thee / poem by Earl Fitzhugh, music by Neil Moret -- Won't you take me back to Dixie / by Gussie L. Davis, revised by Ed. B. Marks & Geo. Rosey [2 copies] -- The words that made you mine / words and music by R.M. Stults -- Wow, wow, wow, I ain't got no friends or family now / words by George Herrmann, music by Chas. B. Ward.
  • 1899, Y: "Yankee pigs" and now they "Remembered the Maine" / words and music by Brint. G. Allen -- You ain't changed a bit from what you used to be (Just you & me) / words by Chas. Horwitz, music by Fred. V. Bowers -- You ain't the man I thought you was / words & musci by Lew. Sully -- You are so dear to me / words by Margaret Gonzalez Witt, music by Max S. Witt -- You are the only girl I'll ever care about : from the musical "The Rogers Brothers on Wall St." / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- You can take your trunk and go to Harlem / words & music by Joseph Hart -- You can't be my baby any more / by Lew Sully -- You can't forget the old love / words and music by Chas. Shackford [2 copies] -- / -- You got to play rag time / words by Jean C. Havez, music by A.B. Sloane -- You must not touch : from the musical "The girl from Maxim's" / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by William Furst -- You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine / words by Seymour Rice and Albert H. Brown, music by Chas. N. Daniels [2 copies] -- You never was a friend to me / words & music by Louis W. Pritzkow -- You told me you had money in the bank : from the musical "The Rogers Brothers on Wall St." / written and composed by Mathews and Bulger -- You'll have to transfer / theme by Leo Feist, music by Abe Holzmann -- Your mother's wedding ring / words and music by Charles D. Bingham -- Your promise keep for baby's sake / words & music by Dave Marion -- You're a saucy baby / words and music by lillian M. Chapman -- You're drifting further from me day by day / words by Frederick H. Scott, music by Chas. N. Daniels -- You're just the same as ever to me / by Albert F. Finn -- You're talking rag-time (You're talking ragtime) / written and composed by the Beaumont sisters -- You're the only one / words by George Totten Smith, music by Robert A. Keiser [3 copies] -- You'se the only dumpling in the stew / words and music by Jas. R. Homer, arr. by Dave Fitzgibbons -- You'se honey to yo' mammy just de same / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- You'se nobody's baby but your mamma's (Honey, baby boy) / words by C. Randolph, music by Dox Cruger.
  • 1900, A: Absence makes the heart grow fonder / words by Arthur Gillespie, music by Herbert Dillea [12 copies] -- After all / words by G. H. Kerr, music by Howard Webster [3 copies] -- After it is too late / words and music by Frank Church -- After the great London theater / by DeForest D. Hartsell -- All for a man who's god was gold / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- All on account of a dear little girl / lyrics by Julia Marion Manley, music by Wm. H. Penn [2 copies] -- All things are not what they seem / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Edwards -- Among the mountains far away / words and music by Claude M. Burnett.
  • 1900, B: Baby and I / by C. R. Dockstader -- The bathing girls : from "The burgomaster" / book by Frank Pixley, music by Gustav Luders -- Because I am your friend / words and music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond -- Because the fortune teller told me / by Howard & Emerson and Maurice J. Steinberg -- Bedtime's near / words and music by Jean Chavez -- Before the day / by Kerry Mills -- Beneath the evening star / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- Be true to the band of gold / words and music by Benline & Carney -- Billet doux : from "The liberty belles" / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- A bird in a gilded cage / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Harry Von Tilzer [3 copies] -- The blue and the gray / words and music by Paul Dresser [10 copies] -- Bound with a golden chain / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Raymon Moore -- The bridge of sighs / words and music by James Thornton [3 copies] -- The bugaboo man / words by R. A. Barnet, music by J. E. Nicol -- By the gallants I am feter : from "Sweet Anne Page" / lyrics by Louis de Lange and Edgar Smith, music by W. H. Neidlinger.
  • 1900, C: California, queen of old Columbia / words and music by Jennie L. Thorp -- Calling to her boy just once again / by Paul Dresser -- Can I forget / words by Helen Hay, music by Reginald deKoven -- Captain Pott / words by Adrian Ross, music by Lionel Monckton -- Castles in the air : from "The fifth commandment" / words by Joseph Herbert, music by Paul Lincke [3 copies] -- The cherry in the glass : from "The girl behind the counter" / words by Will D. Cobb, music by Paul Lincke [2 copies] -- The choir celestial / words and music by Arthur Trevelyan -- Cindy, I dreams about you / words and music by Dave Reed, Jr. -- Clorine / words and music by Lee Johnson -- Close your sleepy eyes / words and music by F. P. Birschberg -- The colonel / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Come back ma honey boy to me : from "Fiddle-dee-dee" and "Quo vass iss" / lyrics by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Come back to us we love you just the same / words and music by J. H. Warner -- Come, my sweet queen : from "Garrett O'Magh" / words and music by Chauncey Olcott -- The comedy king / words by Carroll Fleming, music by Chas. R. Hirst, arr. by A. LaRue -- Coon! Coon! Coon! / words by Gene Jefferson, music by Leo Friedman [7 copies] -- Creole belle / words by George Sidney, music by J. Bodewalt Lampe [2 copies] -- Croon, croon, underneat de moon / words by M.F., music by G. H. Clutsam -- Cuban soldiers' return / by G. B. Fields.
  • 1900, D: The daisy's prophecy / words by Agnes Alcott Howard, music by A. C. Gardner -- The dandiest boy in town / composed by Fred Solomon -- The daughters of a minister : from "A royal rogue" / lyrics by Chas. Klein and Grant Stewart, music by W. T. Francis -- Day by day / words and music by Tony Stanford [4 copies] -- De cake walk queen / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg [2 copies] -- The dear old bell / words and music by Geo. Chadwick Stock -- Dinah / words by Lorin F. Deland, music by Clayton Johns -- Do you think you could learn to love me? / by Chas. K. Harris, arr. by Jos. Clauder -- Dolly : from "Mam'selle 'Awkins" / words by Richard Carle and Herman Perlet, music by Alfred E. Aarons -- Dot leedle loweeza / words by Charles Follen Adams, music by Adam Geibel -- Down de lover's lane : from "The casino girl" / words by Paul Lawrence Dunbar, music by Will Marion Cook -- Down in the deep, let me sleep when I die / words by W. L. Titus, music by H. W. Petrie [4 copies] -- Drinking song : from "The school for scandal" / words by Sheridan, arranged by Julius L. McVicker -- Drum major's song : from "The casino girl" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by H. T. MacConnell -- The duchess of Central Park : from "In Central Park" / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Maurice Levi [3 copies] -- Dusky lilliputians / by Maurice J. Steinberg -- The duty of a wife / by Murray & Leigh.
  • 1900, E-F [beginning; continued on reel 11]: Early in the morning / words and music by Harry Lauder -- The educated coon is best of all / words and music by Scott Lawrence -- Ere the old love dies away / words by H. J. Breen, music by T. Mayo Geary -- Erma / words and music by S. S. Oakford -- Everybody in the place looked right at me : from "Sis Hopkins" / words and music by Stewart Williams Murray -- Every race has a flag but the coon / words & music by Will A. Heelan & J. Fred Helf {3 copies} -- Ev'rything's a-comin' mah way / words by Jas. Dixon, music by Ernest Moulton -- Eyes of black and eyes of blue : from "The viceroy" / lyrics by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert {2 copies} -- Eyes of blue : from "The rebel" / words by "Alice", music by Andrew Mack -- Fair Eleanor / words by Alphonsus Dooley, music by Weston Webb -- Fairy tales : from "Mr. Aguinaldo of Manila" / words by William Ernst Jr.,music by Charles Gilpin, 3rd.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 10
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 10.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1899-1900.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
Research Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 10
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