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Magic melodies of the gay nineties : a collection of the songs of yesterday, including all the old time favorites.

Publisher: New York : Remick Music Corp., ©1946.
Series: Magic melodies series, no. 4
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English
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Document Type: Musical Score
OCLC Number: 2865115
Notes: For voice and piano.
Arrangements chiefly by Ken Macomber and Elmer Schoebel.
Description: 1 score (239 pages) ; 30 cm.
Contents: In my merry Oldsmobile / Vincent Bryan ; Gus Edwards --
Sweet bunch of daisies ; Daisies won't tell / Anita Owen --
Pretty baby / Gus Kahn ; Tony Jackson, Egbert Van Alstyne --
Moonlight Bay / Edward Madden ; Percy Wenrich --
Dreaming / J. Anton Dailey --
Barney Google / Billy Rose, Con Conrad --
Angel child / George Price, Abner Silver, Benny Davis --
The Bowery / Chas. H. Hoyt ; Percy Gaunt --
Cheyenne (Shy Ann) ; I'm afraid to come home in the dark / Harry Williams ; Egbert Van Alstyne --
Baby face / Benny Davis, Harry Akst --
Who threw the overalls in Mistress Murphy's chowder? / George L. Giefer --
When the robins nest again / Frank Howard --
The preacher and the bear / Joe Arzonia --
Are you sincere? ; Winter / Alfred Bryan ; Albert Gumble --
I don't care / Jean Lenox ; Harry O. Sutton --
Throw him down, McCloskey (McCloskey's great fight) / J.W. Kelly --
That's what the daisy said / Wilbur Gumm ; Albert Von Tilzer --
I'm just wild about Harry / Noble Sissle, Eubie Blake --
Oh! You beautiful doll ; If you talk in your sleep / A. Seymour Brown ; Nat D. Ayer --
When the mocking birds are singing in the wildwood / Arthur J. Lamb ; H.B. Blanke. There is a tavern in the town (Old Cornish folk song) / arr. by Ted Eastwood --
Where is my boy to-night / Geo. A. Norton ; Jas. W. Casey --
Sweet Marie / Cy Warman ; Raymond Moore --
Silver threads among the gold / Eben E. Rexford ; H.P. Danks --
I'm the guy / Rube Goldberg ; Bert Grant --
She was happy till she met you / Chas. Graham, Monroe H. Rosenfeld --
Pride of the prairie / Henry J. Breen ; George Botsford --
On a Saturday night / Jos. E. Howard --
The sunshine of Paradise Alley / Walter E. Ford ; John W. Bratton --
My Nelly's blue eyes ; Molly O ; Peek-a-boo / Wm. J. Scanlan --
I'm a pilgrim / Mary S.B. Dana ; Herbert Johnson --
She is more to be pitied than censured / Wm. B. Gray --
And they called it Dixieland / Raymond Egan ; Richard A. Whiting --
Much obliged to you / Benj. Hapgood Burt --
I've been workin' on the railroad --
Rock-a-bye, baby / Effie I. Canning --
On the 5:15 / Stanley Murphy ; Henry I. Marshall --
My sweetheart's the man in the moon ; She may have seen better days / James Thornton --
The man on the flying trapeze / arr. Ted Eastwood --
Down on 33rd and 3rd (Thoity thoid and Thoid) / words and music by Ben Ryan --
My gal is a high born lady / Barney Fagan ; arr. Gustave Luders. Mother, pin a rose on me / Paul Schindler, Dave Lewis, Bob Adams --
Only one girl in the world for me / Dave Marion --
The band played on / John F. Palmer ; Charles B. Ward ; revised, Albert Sirmay --
Shoo fly, don't bother me / Billy Reeves ; Frank Campbell --
The mansion of aching hearts / Arthur J. Lamb ; Harry von Tilzer --
Where the morning glories twine around the door / Andrew Sterling ; Harry von Tilzer --
Just tell them that you saw me / Paul Dresser --
Just because she made dem goo-goo eyes / John Queen, Hughie Cannon --
In the evening by the moonlight / Jas. A. Bland --
I don't want to play in your yard / Philip Wingate ; H.W. Petrie --
Good morning Carrie! / R.C. McPherson ; Smith and Bowman --
The Irish jubilee / James Thornton ; Chas. Lawler --
Frankie and Johnny --
Father, dear father (come home with me now) / Henry C. Work --
Breakfast in my bed on Sunday mornin' / Gerald Grafton ; Harry Lauder --
Down went McGinty / Joseph Flynn --
Comrades (Ever since we were boys) / Felix McGlennon --
Drill, ye tarriers, drill! / Thomas Casey ; Chas. Connolly --
Always take mother's advice / Jenny Lindsay --
California, here I come / Al Jolson, Bud de Sylva, Joseph Meyer --
Hello! ma baby / Howard and Emerson. While strolling through the park one day / Ed Haley --
Hello Central, give me heaven / Chas. K. Harris --
Daisy Bell (A bicycle built for two) / Harry Dacre --
Won't you come over to my house / Harry H. Williams ; Egbert Van Alstyne --
Jeanie with the light brown hair / Stephen Collins Foster --
You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine / Seymour Rice, Albert H. Brown ; Chas. N. Daniels --
Little Annie Rooney / Michael Nolan ; arr. Geo. J. Trinkaus --
The old gray mare --
At a Georgia camp meeting / Kerry Mills --
Over the hills to the poor house / Dave Braham --
Ain't dat a shame? / John Queen ; Walter Wilson --
Any rags? / Thomas S. Allen --
The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo / Fred Gilbert --
The quilting party / J. Fletcher, F. Kyle --
Say "Au revoir," but not "Goodbye" / Harry Kennedy --
Wait for the wagon / R.B. Buckley --
Please don't talk about me when I'm gone / Sidney Clare, Sam H. Stept, Bee Palmer --
Roll on silver moon / J.W. Turner --
The spider and the fly / Raka Waga --
Ta-ra-ra boom-der-é / Henry J. Sayers --
Where did you get that hat? / Jos. J. Sullivan --
My mother's old red shawl / Charles Moreland --
Bill Bailey, won't you please come home? / Hughie Cannon.
Series Title: Magic melodies series, no. 4
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