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Author: Irving Berlin; Charles Hamm
Publisher: Madison, Wis. : Published for the American Musicological Society by A-R Editions, ©1994.
Series: Recent researches in American music, v. 20-22.; Music of the United States of America, 2.
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Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989.
Early songs.
Madison, Wis. : Published for the American Musicological Society by A-R Editions, c1994
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Irving Berlin; Charles Hamm
ISBN: 0895793059 9780895793058 0895793407 9780895793409 0895793415 9780895793416
OCLC Number: 31294984
Notes: For voice and piano.
Description: 1 score (3 v.) : ill. ; 31 cm.
Contents: v. 20 (v. 2, pt. 1). Early songs : 1907-1911. Marie from sunny Italy --
Queenie --
The best of friends must part --
I didn't go home at all --
Dorando --
No one could do it like my father! --
Sadie Salome (Go home) --
My wife's gone to the country (Hurrah! Hurrah!) --
Just like the rose --
Oh, what I know about you --
Someone's waiting for me (we'll wait, wait, wait) --
Do your duty doctor! (oh, oh, oh, oh, doctor) --
Good-bye, Girlie, and remember me --
Wild cherries --
Oh! where is my wife tonight? --
She was a dear little girl --
Some little something about you --
If I thought you wouldn't tell --
I wish that you was my gal, Molly --
Next to your mother, who do you love? --
Stop that rag (keep on playing, honey) --
Christmas-time seems years and years away --
Yiddle, on your fiddle, play some ragtime --
I just came back to say goodbye --
Before I go and marry, I will have a talk with you --
That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune --
Someone just like you --
Telling lies --
Sweet Marie, make-a rag-a-time dance wid me --
If the managers only thought the same as mother --
Oh how that German could love --
When you play that piano, Bill! --
Draggy rag --
Dear Mayme, I love you! --
Grizzly bear --
Call me up some rainy afternoon --
That opera rag --
I'm a happy married man --
I love you more each day --
Alexander and his clarinet --
Sweet Italian love --
Oh, that beautiful rag --
Try it on your piano --
"Thank you, kind sir!" said she --
Yiddisha eyes --
Is there anything else I can do for you? --
Kiss me my honey, kiss me --
Colored Romeo --
Stop, stop, stop (Come over and love me some more) --
Herman let's dance that beautiful waltz --
Piano man --
Innocent Bessie Brown --
Dreams, just dreams --
I'm going on a long vacation --
Bring back my Lena to me --
That kazzatsky dance --
Wishing --
Dat's-a my gal --
That dying rag --
Alexander's ragtime band --
v. 21 (v. 2, pt. 2) Early songs : 1911-1913. Virginia Lou --
The whistling rag --
That monkey tune --
When I'm alone I'm lonesome --
I beg your pardon, dear old Broadway --
When you're in town --
Business is business --
Spanish love --
Down to the folies bergere --
When it rains, sweetheart, when it rains --
Don't put out the light --
Molly, o! Oh Molly! --
When you kiss an Italian girl --
Ephraham played upon the piano --
You've built a fire down in my heart --
Woodman, woodman, spare that tree! --
Run home and tell your mother --
After the honeymoon --
That mysterious rag --
One o'clock in the morning and I get lonesome --
There's a girl in Havana --
Don't take your beau to the seashore --
Dog gone that chilly man --
Ragtime violin! --
Yiddisha nightingale --
My melody dream --
You've got me hypnotized --
Everybody's doing it now --
Bring back my lovin' man --
Sombrero land --
Cuddle up --
Bring me a ring in the spring and I'll know that you love me --
He promised me --
Meet me to-night --
Yankee love --
How do you do it, Mabel, on twenty dollars a week? --
Pick, pick, pick, pick on the mandolin, Antonio --
I want to be in Dixie --
Take a little tip from father --
Ragtime mocking bird --
Alexander's bag-pipe band --
Opera burlesque --
Spring and fall --
I've got to have some lovin' now --
Society bear --
Lead me to that beautiful band --
Antonio --
That's how I love you --
I'm afraid pretty maid, I'm afraid --
The million dollar ball --
A true born soldier man --
Becky's got a job in a musical show --
The ragtime jockey man --
When Johnson's Quartette harmonize --
Fiddle-dee-dee [I] --
Call again! --
Fiddle-dee-dee [II] --
The elevator man going up, going up, going up, going up! --
Ragtime soldier man --
Keep away from the fellow who owns an automobile --
When I'm thinking of you --
Come back to me, my melody --
Do it again --
A little bit of everything --
Hiram's band --
When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam' --
When I lost you --
My sweet Italian man [I] --
Down in my heart --
At the devil's ball [I] --
Follow me around --
If all the girls I knew were like you --
At the devil's ball [II] --
Wait until your daddy comes home --
Don't leave your wife alone --
Yiddisha professor --
Goody, goody, goody, goody, good --
He's so good to me --
At the Devil's ball [III] --
At the picture show --
v. 21 (v. 2, pt. 2) Early songs : 1913-1914. Anna 'Liza's wedding day --
Welcome home --
In my harem --
My sweet Italian man [II] --
Snookey ookums - The apple tree and the bumble bee --
San Francisco bound --
You picked a bad day out to say good-bye --
Happy little country girl --
We have much to be thankful for --
The ki-i-youdleing dog --
Keep on walking --
The old maids ball --
The pullman porters on parade --
Abie sings an Irish song --
The monkey doodle doo --
Somebody's coming to my house --
I was aviating around --
They've got me doin' it now --
Jake! Jake! The yiddisher ball-player --
The international rag --
Kiss your sailor boy goodbye --
Take me back --
They've got me doin' it now medley --
You've got your mother's big blue eyes! --
There's a girl in Arizona --
If you don't want me (why do you hang around) --
Tra-la, la, la! --
Down in Chattanooga --
Daddy, come home --
This is the life [I] --
Follow the crowd --
It isn't what he said, but the way he said it! --
I love to quarrel with you --
He's a devil in his own home town --
This is the life [II] --
Along came Ruth --
If I had you --
If you don't want my peaches (you'd better stop shaking my tree) --
God gave you to me --
They're on their way to Mexico --
The haunted house --
I want to go back to Michigan (down on the farm) --
If that's your idea of a wonderful time (take me home) --
Always treat her like a baby --
He's a rag picker --
Furnishing a home for two --
Stay down here where you belong --
That's my idea of paradise --
When it's night time in Dixie Land --
Appendix. It can't be did! ; Angelo ; How can you love such a man? ; What am I gonna do? ; The funny little melody ; Revival Day ; Hey, wop ; Down on Uncle Jerry's farm ; I could live on love and kisses ; I want a harem of my own ; I've got a lot of love for you ; I've got to catch a train, goodbye ; Somewhere (but where is it?) ; The tattooed man ; You're goin' to lose your baby some day ; That humming rag ; Father's beard ; Alexander's ragtime band : march and twostep ; That international rag! : march and twostep ; Morning exercise fox trot ; Wild cherries rag ; Grizzly bear rag ; Oh that beautiful rag ; That mysterious rag : characteristic intermezzo.
Series Title: Recent researches in American music, v. 20-22.; Music of the United States of America, 2.
Other Titles: Songs.
Responsibility: Irving Berlin ; edited by Charles Hamm.


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