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American popular songs, 1890-1973 reel 8.

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American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 8.
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[various places] : [various publishers], ©1898-1899.

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reel 8 [1898 Nay-1899 Frolic]Notated musicUse in library *ZB-768 reel 8 reel 8 [1898 Nay-1899 Frolic]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
  • 1898, N-O: Nay, Nay, Pauline / words by Jennings I. [or S.] Cox Jr., music by Emerson Foote Jr. -- No coon can come too black for me / by Smart and [Bert] Williams -- No loving voice to cheer / words by J. Vickery Langhorne, music by Robert E. Whittemore -- No one in the world like you : from the musical "A runaway girl" / words by Aubrey Hopwood, music by Alfred D. Cammeyer -- No wedding bells for her / words by George A. Norton, music by James W. Casey [2 copies] -- Nora, I adore her / words and music by Dave Marion -- Nora Nolan / words by John J. Nestor, music by Sam Bennett -- Not a coon came out the way that he went in / by [Bert] Williams and [George] Walker -- Not the sort of girl I care about : from the musical "A runaway girl" / words by Aubrey Hopwood, music by Lionel Monckton -- O days of yore / words by Sidney [or Sydney] Rosenfeld, music by L. Von Sprowacker -- Ode to Greater New York / words by W.F. Eaton, music by F. Fanciulli -- Oh! I love society : from the musical "A runaway girl" / words by Harry Greenbank & Lionel Monckton, music by Lionel Monckton -- Oh, listen to the band : from the musical "A runaway girl" / words by Aubrey Hopwood, music by Lionel Monckton -- Oh, Liza! how I despise her / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- Oh Lor! gib dis chile a chicken / [by] A. Ross Weeks -- Oh, my Estelle : from the musical "The telephone girl" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Oh, Willie boy : from the musical "The telephone girl" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Oft-times / words by John Everett Fay, music by James B. Oliver -- The old days : from the musical "The telephone girl" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Old Glory, the Blue, and the Gray / words and music by Con. T. Murphy -- On the beach at Narragansett / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- On the old Missouri shore / words and music by Hattie Nevada -- On the road to Mandalay / words by Rudyard Kipling, music revised and adapted by Henry Trevannion -- On the shore / words and music by Mrs. Gold Campman -- On the shores of Havana, far away / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Paul Dresser -- One little angry word : from the farce "Brown's in town" / words and music by Isabel Leaman -- One little girl I know : from the musical "Around the town" / words by Edgar Smith, music by Fred Gagel -- One year ago to-day / words by Nat Aschner, music by Jos. P. Ramsdell -- Only a faded rose / words and music by E.P. Favor -- Only for a while / words and music by Matthew Woodward -- Only in the play : from the musical "The fortune teller" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Only one daisy left / words by Harry Freeman, music by Anita Owen [2 copies] -- Only playing / words by Matthew Woodward, music by Frederick Gagel -- Open your mouth and shut your eyes / words and music by Nat. D. Mann -- The orphan boy / words by Fred. S. Law, music by Louis Kron -- Our boys / words and music by Miss Hattie Moulton -- Our brave soldier boys in blue / words by William Sidney, music by Carl Carlton -- Our country forever / words by Frank L. Stanton and Stanley Clague, [music by] Haynes-Meredith -- Our language as it's spoken / words by Geo. W. Day, music by F.W. Isenbarth -- Our nation's battle cry / words by Hamilton Ormsbee, music by G.E. Conterno -- Our nation's guard / words and music by T.P. Brooke.
  • 1898, P-S: Paint me a picture of the old fireside / words & music by D. Mackin -- Papa : from the musical "A Normandy wedding" / words by J. Cheever Goodwin & C.A. Byrne, music by Wm. Furst -- Parted in a dream / words and music by Halbert L. Hoard -- Partners for life : from the musical "A trip to Chinatown" / words by Henry Rightor, music by Louis Blake -- Perhaps / by L. M. French -- Perhaps she is somebody's mother / words and music by Al Trahern -- The Piccaninnies : from the musical "The runaway girl" / words by Aubrey Hopwood, music by Ivan Caryll [3 copies] -- Place a light to guide me home / words by Jack Fay, music by James B. Olliver -- Please, Mr. Conductor, don't put me off the train / words and music by J. Fred. Helf and E.P. Moran -- Poole's soliloquy / words and music by John M. Richards -- Poor O'Hoolahan : from the musical "Yankee Doodle Dandy" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- The pride of the regiment (or, The jolly vivandiere) / words and music by Geo. Maywood -- Promise that you'll wed me / words by George A. Norton, music by Robert E. Whittemore -- Ragtime Liz / words by Richard Carle, music by Alfred E. Aarons -- Recessional / words by Rudyard Kipling, music by Reginald de Koven -- Remember the Maine / words by N. A. Jennings, music by W. A. Phillips -- Remember the "Maine" / words by Jesse M. Soper, music by Horace R. Basler -- Rhapsodie table d'hôte : from the musical "The French maid" / composed by Edward E. Rice -- Ringing out your peals victorious / words by Bishop William F. Nichols, music by H.M. Bosworth -- Romany life : from the musical "The fortune teller" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert [2 copies] -- Roxana's song / words by Chas. H. [A.?] Meltzer and A.E. Lancaster, music by [F.] Chueca [and J.] Valverde; arr. By William Furst -- Say not farewell / words by Byron, music by D.J. Bunce -- Say not that we must part forever / words and music by H.C. Verner -- Scanlan's swing song / written and composed by Wm. J. Scanlan -- Sea-girt land of my home : from the musical "The runaway girl" / words by Aubrey Hopwood, music by Ivan Caryll -- The shadows on the wall / words selected, music by Albert A. Stoll -- Shake yo' dusters, or, Piccaninny rag / by W. H. Krell -- She is more to be pitied, than censured / words and music by Wm. B. Gray -- She is the Belle of New York : from the musical "The belle of New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- She rests by the Suwanee River / words and music by Tony Stanford [5 copies] -- She's somebody's mother / words by Jere O'Halloran, music by G.H. Wilder -- She was born in old Virginia / words by J. Vickery Langhorne, music by Robert E. Whittemore [2 copies] -- She was bred in old Kentucky / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter [18 copies] -- She'll never know he loved her / words and music by Louis Weslyn Jones -- She's a thoroughbred / words and music by Ned Wayburn -- She's all right : from the musical "Yankee Doodle Dandy" words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker / -- She's got my eyes / written and composed by Augusta Howe Chambers, arr. By Charles Coleman -- The sign of love / words by James T. Powers, music by Richard Stahl -- Since I'se got money in de bank / words by Frank Abbott, music by Chas. B. Ward -- Sit down here, Lizzie Carey / by Thos. F. Morrissey -- The slumber boat / words by Alice C.D. Riley, music by Jessie L. Gaynor [2 copies] -- The snow baby : from the musical "The bride-elect" / written and composed by John Philip Sousa -- The soldier's farewell / words and music by H. George Schuette -- Soldiers in the park : from the musical "The runaway girl" / words by Aubrey Hopwood, music by Lionel Monckton [2 copies] -- Some sweet day / words by D.C. Woodcock, music by Paolo F. Campiglio -- Sometimes think of me / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Matie Edyle Bowen -- The song of the Liberty Bell / words by Jack Allison, music by William H. Penn -- The song was a dear old ballad / words by Howard Wall, music by Samuel Speck -- The song of long ago, or, Sweet songs of yore / written and composed by Julian Jordan -- Sorry, Mr. Jackson, I've got to throw you down / words and music by Ed. Rogers -- The stars and stripes forever / words and music by John Philip Sousa -- Stein song, [or] When good fellows get together / words by Richard Hovey, music by Frederic Field Bullard -- The stories mother told me (or Jack and the beanstalk) / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer [2 copies] -- The stuttering coon / words and music by H.Y. Leavitt -- Susie ue / written and composed by B. Gilbert, arr. Max Spencer -- Sweet clover / words by Marion May, music by Charles A. Gardner -- The sweet face of my mother / words by Jos. Barrett, music by Robert Recker -- Sweet Katy Carney, my lass from Killarney / words by H.J. Cox, music by J.B. Carey -- Sweet Lillie Lavender / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by Bernard A. Adler -- Sweetheart mine / words by Arthur Trevelyan, music by Chas. J. Gebest [2 copies].
  • 1898, T-Z: Take me back, babe / words and music by T. Barrett McMahon -- Taking the baby's picture / words and music by Wm. H. Plass -- Teach me how to kiss, dear : from the musical "The belle of New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- Tears of joy and sorrow / words by Johnnie Carroll, music by Thos. F. Morrissey -- Tell me, sweetheart, do / words and music by Bessie Sholes -- Tell me who you love / by Howard and Emerson -- Tell mother I'll be there / words and music by Charles M. Fillmore [2 copies] -- That brown skin baby mine / words and music by Sidney Perrin -- There are other girls but none like mine / words and music by Dan Packard -- There is love in my heart / words by Dr. Harris, music by Lena Ruth Snow -- There! Little girl, don't cry / words by James Whitcomb Riley, music by Carl Sobeski -- There never was a place like home / words and music by Carl Sobeski -- There was a time when on Broadway / words by Edgar Smith, music by John Stromberg -- There's a hero on ev'ry ship / words and music by Charles Coleman -- There's a warm time coming for you all / words and music by Chas. Robinson -- There's more sunshine than rain / words and music by J.W. Barnes -- There's only one and dat aint you / words and music by Fred. C. Farrell -- There's room for one more star / words by Wm. J. Hartley, music by Leo Feist -- They all follow me : from the musical "The belle of New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- They call me the Belle of New York : from the musical "The belle of New York" / words by Hugh Morton, music by Gustave Kerker -- This wedding cannot be / words and music by Harry S. Miller -- Those happy days at home / words and music by John T. Hiler -- The thought of you / words by Frank L. Stanton, music by Nat. E. Solomons -- Three little words "I love you" / words and music by E.W. Rogers -- Tim Reilly / words and music by Henry F. Blaese, arr. By Jos. Clauder -- A true Virginia boy : from "A bunch of keys" / words and music by Thos. M. Bowers -- Under one flag / words by G.H.R. Dabbs, music by William M. Hutchison -- Under the Mistletoe Bough / words by Oliver Collins, music by Alfred Solman -- Verna / words by F.E. Hern, music by M.H. Kohn -- Village choir : from "On the Wabash" / words and music by Joseph Arthur -- Waiting / words by Miss Virginia Cole, music by Everett B. Beal -- We all grow old in time / words by J. Fred Helf, music by E.P. Moran -- We are marching on to glory for the flag / words by William Maynadier Browne, music by J. W. Wheeler -- We have remembered the Maine / words and music by Chas. Robinson -- We want our mother dear / words by Jack Fay, music by James B. Oliver -- We were brothers, Jack and I / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- Whar de watermelon grow / words and music by Monroe H. Rosenfeld -- When a coon sits in the presidential chair / by Geo. R. Wilson -- When good fellows get together / words by Richard Hovey, music by Frederic Field Bullard -- When grandma was a little girl / words and music by H.C. Verner -- When I marry Miss Dina Lee / words and music by William Caldwell -- When the parson makes Miss Mandy Johnson mine / words by Dan Packard, music by Robt. Cone -- When the spring time comes again / words and music by Isabella Arnest Andrews -- When the mighty ship begins to roll / words and music by Gussie L Davis -- When the roses are in bloom / words by Max Steinle, music by Theo. A. Metz -- When 'tis summer in the heart / words by Frank L. Stanton, music by Kate Vannah -- When you aint got no money, well you needn't come 'round / words by Clarence S. Brewster, music by A.B. Sloane [2 copies] -- When you were sweet sixteen / words and music by James Thornton [12 copies] -- Which one / composed by Frank Downey -- While skating long ago / words by Fred. H. Schols, music by Louis Schols -- While Uncle Sam goes marching into Cuba / words by Hal Homiston, music by G.J. Couchois -- While the leaves came drifting down / words and music by Hattie Nevada -- Who dat say chicken in dis crowd : from the musical "Clorindy, or the origins of the cakewalk" / words by Paul Laurence Dunbar, music by Will. Marion [2 copies] -- Who'll help me spend my money / words by Harry B. Smith, music by John Stromberg -- Why don't you get a lady of your own / by [Bert] Williams and [George] Walker [2 copies] -- Why don't you love me in the same old way / words and music by W.R. Williams [2 copies] -- Wilful woman : from the musical "The jolly musketeer" / words by Stanislaus Stangé, music by Julian Edwards -- Will I find my mamma there / words and music by Chas. K. Harris, arr. By Jos. Clauder [4 copies] -- The wishing well : from the musical "The jolly musketeer" / words by Stanislaus Stangé, music by Julian Edwards -- With lance in rest : from the musical "The fortune teller" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Without your love, ah, let me die / words and music by Chas. K. Harris [4 copies] -- Won't you be my bride, dear / words by W.C. Yergin, music by Geo. Finzel -- Won't you be my little sweetheart dear / words by Geo. D. Iverson, Jr., music by Frank Feldmann, Jr. -- Won't you love me as of old / by R.M. Stults -- You ain't de kind of coon I'se looking fo' / words and music by E. Nattes -- You don't handle nuff money for me / words and music by Irving Jones -- You'll get all dat's acomin' to you / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer -- You'se just a little nigger, still youse mine, all mine / words and music by Paul Dresser [2 copies] -- Yuba Dam / by Wm. D. Hall -- Zizzy, ze zum, zum zum / words by Karl Kennett, music by Lyn Udall [2 copies].
  • 1899, A-C: The Absent-Minded Beggar / words by Rudyard Kipling, music by Arthur Sullivan [2 copies] -- Adios Amor : from the play "Arizona" / words by Augustus Thomas, music by Joseph Dane -- Adrift / words by James O'Dea, music by Fred J. Hamill -- Africa's 400 : from the musical "Little Miss Chicago" / words and music by Barney Fagan -- After What He Done To Me / words by Nellie Smith Ravel, music by Theo A. Northrup -- All Aboard For Sleepy-Land / words and music by George W. Gage [2 copies] -- All I Want Is Ma Chickens : from the musical "A trip to Coontown" / words and music by Deas and Wilson, arr. by G.M. Rosenberg [2 copies] -- Aloha Oe / words and music by H. M. Queen Liliuokalani -- Although I In Waywardness Roam / words and music by K. Deland -- Always / words by Charles Horwitz, music by Frederick V. Bowers [3 copies] -- At A Georgia Camp Meeting / words and music by Kerry Mills [2 copies] -- At The Bottom Of The Deep Blue Sea / words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by H. W. Petrie [2 copies] -- Baby Faces / words and music by Byron D. Stillman -- Barbara Frietchie / words by Robert F. Roden, music by Max S. Witt -- Be Sweethearts Evermore / words and music by James R. Homer -- Beautiful Water Lilies, The / words and music by Charles G. Minnich -- Because She Loved Him So / words by Howard Wall, music by Samuel H. Speck -- Before The Lights Were Lit : from the play "The half way house" / words and music by Will B. Morrison -- Believe / words by Frank Tannehill, Jr., music by George Rosey [3 copies] -- The Belle Of Murray Hill : from the musical "The Rogers Brothers in Wall Street" / words by Willis Clark, music by Maurice Levi -- Bessie Brady / words and music by J. G. Dewey -- The Boy I Love : from the musical "The man in the moon" / words by Stanislaus Stange and Louis Harrison, music by Gustave Kerker -- Brave Love / words by Anonymous, music by Kate Vannah -- Bring Your Money Home / words and music by Harry S. Miller -- By The Dreamy Susquehanna Long Ago / words and music by Charles E. Baer [4 copies] -- Bye-Bye My Babykins, Bye-Bye / words by Gene Jefferson, music by William H. Penn [2 copies] -- Cadets of Gascony : from the musical "Cyrano de Bergerac" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Captain Casey, Of The 2nd Tennessee / words by J. W. Cain, music by J. B. Mullen -- Caroline Of '99 / words and music by Hen Wise and Sid Perrin -- China Heart, A / words and music by Maribel Seymore -- Chinee Soje-Man : from the musical "San Toy" / words by Adrian Ross, music by Lionel Monckton -- Chink! Chink! : from the musical "The singing girl" / words and music by Harry B. Smith and Victor Herbert -- Christie Street Brigade, The / words and music by Max Gabriel -- Coffee Color'd Coon, The / words and music by E. Greaves -- Come Back To Erin's The Song I Love Best / words and music by W. R. Williams -- A Coon Band Contest / words and music by Arthur Pryor [2 copies] -- Cora, won't you tell me that you love me too? : from the musical "'Round New York in 80 minutes" / words by George Totten Smith, music by Robert A. Keiser [2 copies] -- The Cottage Of The Sand / words by George Starr, music by Hattie Starr -- Cupid Will Guide : from the musical "The Ameer" / words by Frederic Ranken, music by Victor Herbert.
  • 1899, D-G: Dance On Friday Night / words and music by Horsman and Jefferson -- Dangerous Black Man / words and music by Irving Jones -- Darling Molly / words by Will A. Heelan, music by George Hamilton -- Dat Coon's Got A Soft Spot Fo' Me / words and music by Herbert Cawthorn -- De Coon Wid De Auburn Hair / words and music by Curtis A. Duval -- De Stories Uncle Remus Tells : from the musical "The rounders" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Ludwig Englander [2 copies] -- Dear Little Girly Girly / words and music by George M. Cohan -- Dear Old Broadway : from the musical "'Round New York in 80 minutes" / words by J. Cheever Goodwin, music by Edward E. Rice [2 copies] -- Dear Old Soul / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- Dear Old Tennessee / words by C. Randolph, music by Dox Cruger -- Do You Follow Me? : from the musical "The singing girl" / words by Harry B. Smith, music by Victor Herbert -- Do You Ever Sit And Dream? / words by Henry Green, music by John Howard -- Doan Ye Cry, Ma Honey / words and music by Albert W. Noll -- Does She Love Me? / words and music by John Daniels -- Don't Ask Me To Forget / words by Walter H. Ford, music by John W. Bratton -- Don't Forget Your Daddy Was A Soldier / words and music by Nate Jackson -- Don't Forget Your Mother / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Max Dreyfus -- Don't Speak Of Her Faults / words and music by Charles Shackford -- Down Old New England Way / words by Harry S. Miller, music by Emily Smith -- Drown It In The Bowl : from the play "A romance of Athlone" / words and music by Chauncey Olcott -- E Didn't Seem To Know Just What To Say : from the musical "Hodge, Podge & Co." / words and music by Harry Pleon -- Eloise / words by Fred J. Hamill, music by Paul Cohn -- Everything Is Rag Time Now / words by George Totten Smith, music by Robert A. Keiser -- Excuse Me / words by Ed Rogers, music by Seymour Furth -- Fair Virginia from Virginia / by Raymond A. Browne and Gussie L. Davis [2 copies] -- Fairest at the ball / words and music by Jessie Olliver -- Fond love, true love : from the musical "The Ameer" / lyrics by Frederic Ranken, music by Victor Herbert -- Forever / written and composed by Raymond A. Browne [3 copies] -- Forget those words in anger spoken / words by Howard Graham, music by Charles Graham -- The frolic of the bells / by Chas. Archer -- Gabie : from the play "Sister Mary" / words by Frank Tannihill, music by Alb. H. Fitz -- Georgia lullaby (Hush-a-bye o'-baby) / words and music by R. Stuart Pigott [2 copies] -- Ginger Lou (My dusky queen of jet from Honolulu) / words by E.P. Moran, music by Kelso Murdock -- The girl behind the man behind the gun / composed by Manuel Klein -- The girl I left in Dixie waits for me / words by Howard Wall, music by Samuel Speck -- The girl I loved in Old Virginia / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Max Dreyfus [2 copies] -- The girl I loved in sunny Tennessee / words by Harry Braisted, music by Stanley Carter [20 copies] -- The girl I used to love long ago / words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Alfred C. Marks -- Gladys / written and composed by Theo. H. Northrup -- Going out with the tide / words and music by Mrs. Alexander Vinton -- Good things come high / words by Jean C. Havez, music by W.W. Herbert -- Got your habits on / words & music by John Queen, arr. by wm. H. Tyers -- Grandma's last amen / words and music by Hattie Starr -- Grandmother's song : from the musical "The last of the Rohans" / words by Matt. C. Woodward, music by Andrew Mack.
Call Number
*ZB-768 reel 8
Title
American popular songs, 1890-1973 [microform] : reel 8.
Imprint
[various places] : [various publishers], ©1898-1899.
Reproduction
Microfilm. New York : New York Public Library, 1986. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (MN *ZZ-22047)
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