The real Dixieland book

Title
The real Dixieland book / arrangements by Robert Rawlins.
Publication
Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, [2019]

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Notated musicUse in libraryAvailableJNF 20-14Performing Arts Research Collections - Music

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Description
1 score (378 pages); 28 cm
Alternative Title
  • E-flat real Dixieland book
  • E♭ real Dixieland book
Genre/Form
  • Dixieland music.
  • Fakebooks (Music)
  • Lead sheets.
  • Popular music.
Note
  • Dixieland melodies for E♭ instruments, in lead sheet format; includes chord symbols.
  • Includes preface by the arranger in English.
Language (note)
  • English words, some songs without lyrics.
Contents
  • Ace in the hole -- After I say I'm sorry -- After you've gone -- Ain't misbehavin' -- Ain't she sweet -- Alabama jubilee -- Alabamy bound -- The alcoholic blues -- Alexander's ragtime band -- Alice Blue Gown -- All by myself -- Angry -- As long as I live -- At a Georgia camp meeting -- At sundown -- Aunt Hagar's blues -- Avalon -- Baby face -- Baby, won't you please come home -- Back in your own backyard -- Ballin' the jack -- Basin Street blues -- Beale Street blues -- Bei mir bist du schön : (means that you're grand) -- Between the devil and the deep blue sea -- Bill Bailey, won't you please come home -- The birth of the blues -- (What did I do to be so) Black and blue -- Black bottom stomp -- Blue and broken hearted -- The blue room -- Blue skies -- Blue turning grey over you -- Blues my naughty sweetie gave to me -- Bluin' the blues -- Borneo -- Breezin' along with the breeze -- Bugle call rag -- By and by -- Bye bye blues -- Cake walking babies from home -- California, here I come -- Canal Street blues -- Careless love -- Chicago : (that toddlin' town) -- Chicago breakdown : (Stratford hunch) -- Chimes blues -- China boy -- Chinatown, my Chinatown -- Clarinet marmalade -- Come back sweet papa -- Copenhagen -- Cornet chop suey -- A cottage for sale -- Crazy rhythm -- The curse of an aching heart -- Dangerous blues -- Dardanella -- The Darktown Strutters' Ball -- Dear old Southland -- 'Deed I do -- Dig-a-dig-a-doo -- Dill pickles -- Dinah -- Dippermouth blues -- Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans -- Doctor Jazz -- Don't get around much anymore -- Down by the riverside -- Down home rag -- Down in jungle town -- East St. Louis toodle-oo -- Everybody loves my baby : (but my baby don't love nobody but me) -- Exactly like you -- Farewell blues -- The fish man = Le marchand de poissons -- Five foot two, eyes of blue : (has anybody seen my girl?) -- Floatin' down to Cotton Town -- Gee baby, ain't I good to you -- Georgia on my mind -- A good man is hard to find -- Goodbye -- Grandpa's spells -- Grizzly bear -- Hard hearted Hannah : (the vamp of Savannah) -- Heebie jeebies -- High society -- Hindustan -- Home : (when shadows fall) -- Honeysuckle Rose -- Hotter than that -- A hundred years from today --
  • I ain't gonna give nobody none o' this jelly roll -- I can't believe that you're in love with me -- I can't give you anything but love -- I gotta right to sing the blues -- I never knew -- I never knew : (I could love anybody like I'm loving you) -- I want a big butter and egg man -- I wish I could shimmy like my sister Kate -- I'm confessin' : (that I love you) -- I'm crazy 'bout my baby : (and my baby's crazy 'bout me) -- I'm gonna sit right down and write myself a letter -- I'm gonna stomp Mr. Henry Lee -- I've found a new baby : (I found a new baby) -- I've got a feeling I'm falling -- Ida, sweet as apple cider -- In a shanty in old shanty town -- Indiana : (back home again in Indiana) -- Irish black bottom -- Is it true what they say about Dixie -- It all depends on you -- It don't mean a thing : (if it ain't got that swing) -- Ja-da -- The Japanese sandman -- The jazz-me blues -- Jelly roll blues -- Jitterbug waltz -- Johnson rag -- Jubilee -- June night -- Just a closer walk with thee -- Kansas City stomp -- Keepin' out of mischief now -- King Porter stomp -- Lazy river -- Lazybones -- Life is just a bowl of cherries -- Limehouse blues -- Linger awhile -- Livery stable blues : (barnyard blues) -- The lonesome road -- Louisiana -- Love is just around the corner -- The love nest -- Mahogany Hall stomp -- Makin' whoopee! -- Mandy -- Mandy make up your mind -- Maple leaf rag -- Margie -- Mean to me -- Memories of you -- Memphis blues -- Midnight in Moscow -- The minor drag : (the dragster drag) -- Mississippi mud -- Muskrat ramble -- My baby just cares for me -- My blue heaven -- My buddy -- My gal Sal -- My honey's loving arms -- My melancholy baby -- My Monday date -- Nagasaki -- New Orleans -- Nobody knows you when you're down and out -- Nobody's sweetheart -- Oh by jingo! Oh by gee! You're the only girl for me -- Oh! Didn't he ramble -- On the Alamo -- Oriental strut -- Original Dixieland one-step -- Ory's creole trombone -- Paddlin' Madelin' home -- Palesteena -- Panama -- The pearls -- Peg o' my heart -- Petite fleur = Little flower -- Please -- Poor Butterfly -- Potato head blues -- Pretty baby -- P.S. I love you -- Puttin' on the Ritz --
  • Red sails in the sunset -- Riverboat shuffle -- Rockin' chair -- Rose of Washington Square -- Rose room -- Roses of Picardy -- Rosetta -- Royal Garden blues -- Runnin' wild -- Sailing down the Chesapeake Bay -- Saint James Infirmary -- St. Louis blues -- San -- Shake that thing -- She's funny that way -- The sheik of Araby -- Shine -- Shreveport stomps -- Sidewalk blues -- Singin' the blues till my daddy comes home -- Smile -- Smiles -- Some of these days -- Somebody loves me -- Somebody stole my gal -- Someday you'll be sorry -- South -- S'posin' -- Squeeze me -- Stealin' apples -- Stompin' at the Savoy -- Strut Miss Lizzie -- Struttin' with some barbecue -- Sweet Sue, just you -- Swing that music -- 'Tain't nobody's biz-ness if I do -- That da-da strain -- That's a plenty -- There'll be some changes made -- There'll come a time when you'll need me -- Thou swell -- Three little words -- Tiger rag : (hold that tiger) -- Tin roof blues -- Tishomingo blues -- Tuck me to sleep in my old Tucky home -- Twelfth Street rag -- Twelfth Street rag : (Dixieland version) -- Undecided -- Wabash blues -- Walkin' my baby back home -- The wang wang blues -- Washington And Lee swing -- 'Way down yonder in New Orleans -- Weary blues -- West End blues -- When it's sleepy time down south -- When my baby smiles at me -- When my sugar walks down the street -- When the saints go marching in -- When you're smiling : (the whole world smiles with you) -- Where did Robinson Crusoe go with Friday on Saturday night? -- Whispering -- Wild cherries -- Wolverine blues -- The world is waiting for the sunrise -- Wrap your troubles in dreams : (and dream your troubles away) -- Yellow dog blues -- You always hurt the one you love -- You can depend on me -- You took advantage of me -- You're the cream in my coffee.
Call Number
JNF 20-14
ISBN
  • 9781540054265
  • 1540054268
LCCN
888680943752
Title
The real Dixieland book / arrangements by Robert Rawlins.
Publisher
Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, [2019]
Edition
E♭.
Type of Content
notated music
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Language
English words, some songs without lyrics.
Staff notation; Chord symbols.
Added Author
Rawlins, Robert, arranger of music.
American Music Collection.
Added Title
E♭ real Dixieland book
E-flat real Dixieland book
Other Standard Identifier
888680943752
Publisher No.
HL00294853 Hal Leonard
Research Call Number
JNF 20-14
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