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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 5.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 5.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1896-1897.

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reel 5 [1896 Handicap-1897 Hoodlums]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 5 reel 5 [1896 Handicap-1897 Hoodlums]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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Contents
  • 1896, H-L: Handicap [or, The handicap march] / words by Dave Reed Jr., music by George Rosey -- harmless little girl [or, The harmless little girlie with the downcast eyes] : from the musical "The lady Slavey" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- He brought home another / words and music by Paul Dresser -- He fought for the cause he thought was right / words and music by Paul Dresser -- Her smile is all the world to me / words by Horace D. Allen; music by Wm. W. Eddy -- Hey-diddle-diddle! When man is in love : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank, music by Sidney Jones -- Home is where the heart is / [words by] George Horton, music by John A. O'Shea -- Honey meet me do / words by Dave Reed Jr., music by Rudolph Aronson -- Honey on my lips / words and music by Charles E. Trevathan [2 copies] -- Hot Tamale Alley / words by May Irwin, music by Geo. M. Cohan -- A hot time in the old town / words by Joe. Hayden, music by Theo. A. Metz [3 copies] -- Hush my little coon / by Jos. W. Wheeler -- If I only could blot out the past / words and music by Gussie L. Davis [2 copies] -- If I were really a king : from the musical "Half a king" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Engländer -- If they write that I'm forgiven I'll go home / song and chorus by Gussie L. Davis -- If you only drop a nickel in the slot / words by Billy Hall, music by Arthur M. Cohen -- I'll be home to-morrow night / words and music by Jos. E. Howard -- I'll take care of you, grandma : from the musical "Old homestead" / words by Adam Craig, music by John Quinn -- I'll tell papa on you / words by Margaret B. Keeler, music by Fred. Lone -- I'm mad with Mary Morrison / words by Joseph Hillyer, music by H.W. Petrie -- I'm saving up to buy a home for mother / words and music by Geo. M. Cohan -- I'm the man / words by M.E. Rourke, music by Gustav Lüders -- In dreamland : from the musical "The wizard of the Nile" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- In gay New York : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- In other days / words by Julian M. Raymond, music by Charles Coleman -- In the baggage coach ahead / words and music by Gussie L. Davis [2 copies] -- Inherited from my aunt : from the musical "An American beauty" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- The interfering parrot : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank, music by Sidney Jones -- Is yer mammie always with ye / by Leslie Stuart -- Isabelle! (A girl who is one of the boys / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton [3 copies] -- It don't seem like the same old smile / words and music by James Thornton [3 copies] -- It's forty miles from Schenectady to Troy : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker [2 copies] -- It's honey all de time : from the play "A good thing" / words and music by J. W. Wheeler -- I arrived in time to get it / written and composed by Ed. Paulton -- I can forgive but not forget / words by Oscar A. Mueller, music by Fred. Simonson -- I can't think ob nuthin' else but you, or, Luli lu / words and music by Harry Dacre -- I don't love nobody / words and music by Lew. Sully -- I forgive her but I can't forget / words and music by Henry S. Jones -- I long for my dream to come true / words by Susie Dawson Brown, music by R.C. Garland -- I love her just the same / words and music by Chas. K. Harris [2 copies] -- I love you in the same old way ("Darling Sue") / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton [4 copies] -- I miss you more than words can tell / words and music by Samuel H. Speck -- I thought I was a winner, or Oh, I don't know / words and music by Bert A. Williams [2 copies] -- I want dem presents back / words and music by Paul West [2 copies] -- I wish that you were here to-night / words and music by Paul Dresser -- Jack's the boy : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank, music by Sidney Jones -- Japanese fan. An action song for school concerts / words and music by A.L. Cowley -- The jewel af Asia : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank, music by James Philp [2 copies] -- Jim and Tim / words by A.E. Westervelt, music by N.B. Fullerton -- Jim Jam : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker [2 copies] -- Julienne / words and music by Dave Reed Jr. -- Jusqu' la : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker [2 copies] -- Just behind the times / words and music by Chas. K. Harris [4 copies] -- Kentucky babe / words by Richard Henry Buck, music by Adam Geibel [7 copies] -- Kiss me good bye sweetheart / words and music by Charles Miller -- Let me call you my sweetheart again / written and composed by James Thornton -- Let us have free coinage, boys at sixteen to one / words and music by Albert P. Schack -- Life's game of see-saw / words by Walter P. Keen, music by L.C. Wegefarth -- The little builder / words by F. Gardner, music by G.J. Couchois [2 copies] -- Little Mandy : from the operetta "Le chef" / words by Mortimer S. Brickner, music by Jos. I. Musliner -- The little yellow kid / written by Annie G. Callender, music by William H. Penn -- Love! Love! : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank, music by Sidney Jones -- Love makes the world go round : from the musical "Bohemia" / words by Clyde Fitch, music arranged by Wm. Furst [2 copies] -- Love me just a little Sue, do, do, do / words and music by Harry Emmet -- Love me, love me : from the musical "An American beauty" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Love remains the same : from the play "The minstrel of Clare" / words and music by Chauncey Olcott [2 copies] -- Love's avail / written and composed by Cuthbert Clark -- Lucky Jim / words by Chas. Horwitz, music by Fredrick V. Bowers [3 copies] -- Lucy Loo / words by Herbert N. Farrar, music by A.B. Sloane -- Lurline : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker.
  • 1896, M-R: Ma Angeline / by Charles Sydney O'Brien -- Ma onliest one / words and music by Fay Templeton [2 copies] -- The maid and the rose / words by Susan Dawson Brown, [music by] Reginald de Koven -- A maiden's soliloquy (I did not dream) : from the musical "Lady Bess" / words and music by Julian Jordan -- The maiden didn't know a single thing / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter -- Mammy's pickanninny boy / written and composed by [Bert] Williams & [George] Walker -- Mary Black from Hackensack / words and music by Lew Dockstader and Geo. M. Cohan -- May Irwin's bully song / words and music by Charles E. Trevathan [2 copies] -- Mister Johnson : from the play "Courted into court" / words and music by Ben R. Harney -- May Irwin's "Frog" song / words and music by Charles E. Trevathan -- May Irwin's "Lulu" song / written by Sigmung B. Alexander, composed by Summit L. Hecht -- The modern century girl / words and music by Charles Shackford [2 copies] -- Molly : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Molly on the trolley / words by Lester Bodine, music by Geo. Maywood -- Moonlight on the river / words by Geo. Fuller Golden, music by James F. Dolan -- Mother O'Grady of Mulberry Bend / words and music by William Jerome -- Mother was a lady, or, If Jack were only here / words by Edw. B. Marks, music by Jos. W. Stern -- Mr. Johnson turn me loose / composed by Haering and Green -- Murder there to-night [There'll be murder there to-night] / words and music by Francis J. Bryant -- The music in the park / words by Edgar Selden, music by Chas. B. Ward -- My baby's kiss / words by M.F. Rourke, music by L. Peasley [2 copies] -- My black baby mine / words and music by Thos. Le Mack -- My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin / by Harry Dacre -- My coal black lady / written and composed by W.T. Jefferson [3 copies] -- My country's flag / words by Thomas Shirley, music by J.C. Heed -- My dear Jerushy / poem by Alice C.D. Riley, music by Jessie L. Gaynor -- My dream of you / words and music by Mina Deane -- My gal is a high-born lady / words and music by Barney Fagan [2 copies] -- My girl is a winner / words and music by E. Nattes -- My little Liz / words by William Jerome, music by Andrew Mack -- My little Polly's a "peach" / words and music by Geo. M. Cohan -- My little sweetness / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by G. Colfax Tullar -- My little yaller coon, good night / words and music by R.M. Stults -- My love is like the red, red rose / words after Burns, [music by] Reginald de Koven -- My love, my woodland queen / written and composed by L.O. Vincent -- My only girl / words and music by G.M. Blandford -- My own colleen / words and music by Max S. Witt -- My pretty Kathleen / words by Wm. F. Kelly, music by Robt. A. Keiser -- My sweetheart has her faults in plenty : from the musical "The mandarin" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Reginald de Koven -- Nelly Macey / words and music by Louis Brittany -- No one ever loved you more than I / words by Edw. B. Marks, music by Jos. W. Stern [2 copies] -- Now I lay me down to sleep / words by Eugene Field, music by John F. Staley -- Oh, gee! I wish I was big / words and music by Little Blossom -- Oh! Mister Austin / words and music by Wm. B. Gray -- Olcott's home song : from the play "The minstrel of Clare" / written and composed by Chauncey Olcott -- old first love is best of all / by R.M. Stults -- Old glory is our standard / words by W.G. Evans, music adapted and arranged by F.W. Meacham -- Old Jim's Christmas Hymn / words and music by Wm. B. Gray -- On with the dance / written and composed by Arthur James -- Once she was mother's girl / by Charles Graham -- One New York / words and music by Safford Waters -- One smile from her / words and music by Chas. Shackford [2 copies] -- Only a rose-bud / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Anita Owen -- Only a little yaller coon / written and composed by Chas. Shackford -- Ootchy-cootchy : from the musical "Lost, strayed or stolen" / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Woolson Morse [2 copies] -- Over the desert / words by R.S. Hichens, music by Lawrence Kellie -- Pheon waltz song / written and composed by Jessie L. Davis -- A picture of my best girl / by Charles Moreland -- Pictures from life's other side / words and music by Chas. E. Baer -- Plain little Ann / words by Juliet Wilbor Tompkins, music by Gilbert Tompkins -- Plain little every day girl / words and music by William Jerome -- Please find Kate / by Charles E. Brownell -- Pom tiddley om pom / words by R.H. Douglas, music by Walter Passmore -- Pretty Kitty Doyle / words and music by Roger Harding -- Queen of all the girls / words by Charles F. Pidgin, music by Charles E. Casey -- Rosemary - that's for remembrance / words and music by Malcolm Douglas -- The roses of long ago / words by Wm. H. Gardner, music by Dan Dore -- Rosie Deane / words and music by Lee Jonson.
  • 1896, S-Z: Sally, don't dally / words and music by Chas. Graham -- Santa Maria, my joy, my pride : from the musical "Santa Maria" / words and music by Oscar Hammerstein [3 copies] -- Sarah, or, A broken heart / by R.E. Graham -- Save our little Nell / words by Murdoch Lind, music by Homer Tourjée -- Send back the picture and the ring / words and music by Gussie L. Davis [2 copies] -- Serenade : from the musical "Half a king" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Engländer -- She is always dressed in black / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- She's somebody's sweetheart, or, Somebody's sweetheart in the days of yore / words and music by W.R. Williams -- She's the daughter of officer Porter / words by M.E. Rourke, music by Geo. Schleiffarth -- Singing in a trolley car / words and music by John H. Fuchsius -- Singing the dear little baby to sleep / story by Clara Scott, music by Paul B. Armstrong -- Sister Mary Jane's top note : from the musical "The girl from Paris" / words by F. Bowyer, music by Ivan Caryll -- Slumber sea / words and music by Myra Augur Chisholm [3 copies] -- Somethings are better left unsaid : from the musical "A black sheep" / words by Chas. H. Hoyt, music by Richard Stahl -- Song of the sun-dial : from the play "An enemy to the king" / words by R.N. Stephens, music by Frank A. Howson -- The sparkle of my lady's eyes : from the play "An enemy to the king" / words by R.N. Stephens, music by Frank A. Howson -- Spring time of love / words and music by Geo. A. Voige, Jr -- Star of my soul : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank, music by Sidney Jones -- A stein song / words by Richard Hovey, music by Frederic Field Bullard -- Strolling on the sand, list'ning to the band / words by J. Carrie Clark, music by Robina Carrie -- Sweet Jennie June / words and music by Henry J. Sayers -- Sweet Nellie Dailey / words and music by Will D. Cobb & John Reno, arr. by Harry Demarest -- Sweet Rosie O'Grady / words and music by Maude Nugent [3 copies] -- Sweet Rosie O'Grady : from the motion picture "Sweet Rosie O'Grady" / words and music by Maude Nugent -- The sweet voice in the choir / words and music by M.B. Lawry -- Take me down to Coney Island : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- That'll be all right, Baby / words and music by Will M. Cook -- That's why the moon was smiling / words by M.E. Rourke, music by Paul Cohn -- Then comes the sad awakening / words and music by Charles K. Harris -- There are things that cannot be explained / words by Chas. Horwitz, music by Fred. Bowers -- There'll be no wedding here today / words and music by Thos. M. Bowers -- There's a little nook I know / words by C. Weatherly, music by Elinore C. Bartlett and Kate Vannah -- They all love Maggie Grady / words by Ed. Gardenier, music by Wm. E. Slafer -- They parted in anger / words by Lindsay Lennox, music by Felix McGlennon -- Those wedding bells shall not ring out / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- Three score and two / by J. Garland Stewart -- Time is money : from "One round of pleasure" / written by Walter Tilbury and Fred. J. Barnes, composed by Walter Tilbury -- To me you're a baby, dear / words and music by Edward S. Abeles -- The toy monkey : from the musical "The geisha" / words by Harry Greenbank, music by Lionel Monckton -- Trip around the town : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Turn thy great eyes on me : from the musical "In gay New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Two heads are better than one : from the musical "Lost, strayed or stolen" / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Woolson Morse [2 copies] -- Two little, blue little shoes / words by M.E. Rourke, music by L. Peasley [3 copies] -- Two little eyes of blue / words and music by Ernest Hogan -- A typical tune of Zanzibar : from the musical "El Capitan" / book by Charles Klein, music by John Philip Sousa -- Unrequited / words by Winfield Blake, music by C.J. Couchais -- What would your answer be? / words by Raymond A. Browne, music Maurice Levi -- When good fellows get together / words by Richard Hovey, music by Frederick Field Bullard -- When it's a boy : from the musical "Lost, strayed or stolen" / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Woolson Morse -- When Miss Maria Johnson marries me / words and music by [Bert] Williams and [George] Walker [2 copies] -- When the light is turned away down low / written and composed by G.L. Spaulding -- When the lilacs are in bloom / words and music by Kathryn Ahrens -- Which shall it be? / words and music by Charles Harris -- Whisper your mother's name / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter [4 copies] -- Who'll buy my lavender / words by Caryl Battersby, M.A., music by Edward German -- Will you miss me / written and composed by Arthur Threvelyan -- The willow pattern plate / written and composed by Leslie Stuart [2 copies] -- Won't you be my little girl / written by Isaac G. Reynolds, composed by Homer Tourjée -- The wood nymph's song / words by Isabel Richey, music by W.W. Abbott -- Would you ask : from the musical "Half a king" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Engländer [2 copies] -- Yer baby's a comin' to town : from "A good thing" / words and music by John T. Kelly -- You play policeman, [I'll play the thief] / by Al. Trahern -- You will love me and I you / words and music by Alb. H. Fitz -- You will be sorry when I'm gone / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- You're not the only pebble on the beach / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter -- Your voice / words by Frederic E. Weatherly, music by Richard Ferber -- You're so good daddy / words and music by Hattie Starr [2 copies] -- You've been a good old wagon, but you've done broke down / by Harney & Biller.
  • 1897, A-H: Africa's four hundred / words and music by Barney Fagan -- Àl là gà zam / words by Monroe H. Rosenfeld, music by Theo. A. Metz -- All life long / words by Harry S. Miller, music by H.W. Petrie -- The Angelus : from the musical "The serenade" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Although you bear another's name / words and music by Felix McGlennon -- Araminta / words and music by Michael B. Garrett [2 copies] -- Armazindy Lee / words and music by Eugene Todd -- As the sun went down / words by Waldron W. Anderson, music by H.O. Wheeler -- Asleep in the deep / words by A.J. Lamb, music by H.W. Petrie [7 copies] -- At a Georgia campmeeting / by Kerry Mills -- At the cost of a woman's heart, or, Parted through family pride / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter -- Auf wiedersehn, adieu / words by Albert Frank Hoffman, music by Harold Forrest -- Baby's crossing dreamlands border / words by Robert J. Donnolly, music by Wm. E. Slafer -- Beautiful Isle of Somewhere / words by Jessie Brown Pounds, music by John S. Fearis [2 copies] -- The belle of Greater New York / words and music by Charles Miller -- La belle parisienne : from the musical "The belle of New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker [2 copies] -- Bom-Ba-Shay / by Max Hoffman -- Beside the bonnie brier bush / words by Adam Craig, music by H. Gabriel -- A boom : from the musical "A ballet girl" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Carl Kiefert -- Bo-peep, or, Tales of Mother Goose : from the musical "Mother Goose" / words by Geo. Bowles, music by Fred. Eustis -- Brain wafers : from the musical "A round of pleasure" / words by Sydney Rosenfeld, music by Ludwig Englander -- Break the news to mother / words and music by Chas. K. Harris [18 copies] -- Bubbles / words by Grant Colfax Tullar, music by I. H. Meredith -- Calvé, sweet Calvé / words by Nellie M. Tener, music by Anita Comfort -- Can't bring him back / words and music by King Kollins -- Come ye lofty, come ye lowly / music by George William Warren -- Christmas in the old home / by Gussie L. Davis -- Come back my honey I'se been waiting : from the musical "Zenda's king" / words by Fred. N. Statia, music by Lew H. Newcomb -- Come back to me I love you so / by Florence Aimée Butler -- The crimson chain / words by Louis W. Pritzow, music by Emma Carus -- Cuba libre / by Geo. W. Newman -- Cupid and I : from the musical "The serenade" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Curious cures / written and composed by James Thornton -- Czar of the Tenderloin / by Bob Cole and Billy Johnson -- Dangerous girls, or, Our git up and git : from the musical "Jack and the beanstalk" / words by Sidney Rosenfeld, music by Paul Schindley [2 copies] -- Dar's a Padlock on de Golden Gate / words and music by Sam. E. Allen -- The daughter of the leader of the band : from the musical "Courted into court" / words by S.B. Alexander, music by Summit L. Hecht -- The day that's gone can never come again / words and music by Safford Waters [2 copies] -- De baptizin' down at Dixon's pool / words and music by Chas. Lovenberg -- De captain of de Coontown Guards / words and music by Dave Reed Jr. -- De darkie's Jubilee / by Williams and Walker -- De swellest ladies' coon in dis yer town / words and music by Harry von Tilzer -- Dear Elizabeth / words and music by Sadie C. Harrison -- Dear eyes, dear heart / words by Clara E. Scott; music by Paul B. Armstrong -- Dear old Hudson / words and music by John H. Flynn -- Dearest May / words and music by Chas. A. Chase -- The dimple in her chin / composed by Vincent Maggio -- Do your honey do / by Theo. A. Metz -- Dolly dear / words by George Cooper, music by H. Bauer -- Don't let her lose her way / words by George H. Taggart, music by Max S. Witt -- Don't say good-bye forever / words and music by Gilmore and Leonard [2 copies] -- Don't tell Maria / words by Edward Harrigan, music by George F. Braham -- The door is always open / by Chas. Graham, arr. by Emil Keefer -- Dove song / words and music by Andrew Mack -- Down by the sea / words and music by Augusta Howe Chambers -- Dreaming, dreaming : from the musical "The serenade" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert [3 copies] -- Enjoy yourselves / words by Dave Reed Jr., music by Chas. B. Ward -- Every day at the station / words and music by Gussie L. Davis -- Face to face / words and music by Herbert Johnson -- Fairy tales : from the musical "The idol's eye" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Farewell to the King's Highway : from the musical "The highwayman" / words by Harry B. Smith; music by Reginald De Koven [3 copies] -- The first wench done turned white / by Ed. Rogers -- For old glory / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by William Furst [2 copies] -- For this : from the musical "The highwayman" / words by Leontine Stanfield, music by Reginald de Koven -- Four leaf clover / words by Elia Higginson, music by Leila M. Brownell -- Friendship : from the musical "Kismet" / words by R.F. Carroll, music by Gustave Kerker -- Get your money's worth / words and music by Irving Jones -- The girl from Paris : from the musical "The girl from Paris" / words by Edgar Smith, music by Nat. D. Mann -- Granny and me / words by Maggie D. Brainard, music by August Meyer -- Happy old school days / words and music by Frank Minnis -- Hattie : from the musical "A stranger in New York" / lyrics by Chas. Hoyt, music by Richard Stahl -- He will be my father too / words by G.W. Shepherd, music by John H. Devlin -- Heart-broken Nellie / words by B.T. Warner, music by J.H. Warner -- Her absent son / words and music by Ed. Rogers -- A hero till judgement day / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- His mother is waiting and hoping / words by Ray Wilson; music by C.A. Chase -- Homeward bound / words by J.C. Wilcox, music by G. Arthur Depew -- Honey, you made a hit with me / words and music by Ernest Hogan, Bert. A. Williams -- Honey you're the warmest gal in town / words and music by Irving Jones -- Honey, you'se ma lady love / words and music by Nat. D. Mann [2 copies] -- Hoodlums (Paradebummler) / by Carl F. Pleininger.
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*ZB-768 reel 5
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 5.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1896-1897.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
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