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Sheet music collection, 1881-1954.

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Popular songs and piano sheet music from 1881 to early 1950s; including several Dixie or "Black minstrel" songs, some World War I and WWII patriotic songs, and a large group of miscellaneous songs, mostly popular hits from movies and musicals. The collection contains a cross-section of racial stereotyping in lyrics and cover art, war-time patriotism, and the influence of movies and musicals on popular music. Some  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Music
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Songs and music
Document Type: Musical Score
OCLC Number: 60316814
Description: 160 scores : ill., ports. ; 36 or smaller.
Contents: Black/Dixie songs: Aint you coming back to Dixie land / Raymond Egan, Richard A. Whiting --
Alexanders back from Dixie! / Lew Colwell, Pete Wendling --
Any rags / Thos. A. Allen --
At a Georgia campmeeting / Kerry Mills --
At the coffee cooler's tea / Alex Sullivan and Harry De Costa --
At the high brown babies' ball / Benny Davis, Sid Erdman, Ernie Erdman --
At that town hall minstrel show / Gus Kahn, Grace le Boy --
Bill Bailey, won't you please come home? / Hughie Cannon --
A black recruit: a darkie skit / Arthur Leroy Kaser --
Carolina mammy / Billy James --
Carry me back to old Virginny / James A. Bland --
Darkies' serenade / Howard Johnson, Jack Glogau, & Al. Piantadosi --
The darktown strutters' ball / Shelton Brooks --
De old folks waiting / Bro Gardener --
The dirty dozen / Clarence M. Jones, Jack Frost --
Every race has a flag but the coon / Will A. Heelan and J. Fred Helf --
A fat li'l' feller wid his mammy's eyes / Frank L. Stanton, Sheridan Gordon --
Georgia land / Arthur Fields, Harry Carroll --
The hocus-pocus dance / Chas. Miller --
How come you do me like you do? / Austin & Bergere --
I ain't got'en no time to have the blues / Andrew B. Sterling, Harry Von Tilzer --
I don't care if you nebber comes back / Raymond A. Brown, Monroe H. Rosenfeld --
I haven't mentioned mammy / Ray Sherwood, Marion Schott --
I hope you choke / Neil O'Brien --
I like that / James Burris, Chris Smith --
If you gamble in the game of love / Leland Goldman --
If the man in the moon were a coon / Fred Fischer --
I'll be in my Dixie home again, to-morrow / Roy Turk and J. Russel Robinson --
In dear old Tennessee / Olive R. Frields, Harry L. Newman --
Is it true what they say about Dixie? / Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner & Gerald Marks --
It ain't gonna rain no mo' / Wendell W. Hall --
I've got to go now, 'cause I think it's goin' to rain / Ed. Rose, Nat. Osborne --
Jolly darkies / Karl Bechter --
The kinky kids parade / Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson. [Black/Dixie songs cont.] Little Alabama coon / Hattie Starr --
A Little bit o' honey / W.G. Wilson, Carrie Jacobs-Bond --
The little coon's prayer / Barbara Hope --
Little puff of smoke, Good night / R.W. Lardner, G. Harris White --
Lullaby blues in the evening / Al. M. Kendall, J. Russell Robinson, Theodore Morse --
Mammy's little coal black rose / Raymond Egan, Richard A. Whiting --
Mammy's shufflin' dance / L. Wolfe Gilbert, Melville J. Gideon --
Miss Samantha Johnson's wedding day / Tony Jackson --
Oh death where is thy sting / Clarence A. Stout --
The perfect song / Clarence Lucas, Joseph Carl Breil --
The pickaninny's paradise / Sam Ehrlich, Nat Osborne --
Pray for the lights to go out / Tunnah and Skidmore --
Rememb'ring / Duncan Sisters --
Rock-a-bye my baby blues / Billy Hill and Larry Yoell --
Sam, the old accordion man / Walter Donaldson --
Since mammy went away / John Everett Fay, Ray Peabody --
Strains from Dixie-Land / Justin Ringleben --
Stay in your own backyard / Karl Kennett, Lyn Udall --
Struttin' Jim / Bob Carleton, Cliff Dixon --
That coon town quartet / Grant Clark, Jean Schwartz --
They'll be mighty proud in Dixie of their Old Black Joe / Harry Carroll --
They made it twice as nice as paradise and they called it Dixieland / Raymond Egan, Richard A. Whiting --
Wake Miss Lindy! / H. Waldo Warner --
When de banjo plays / Edith Sanford Tillotson, Ira B. Wilson --
When old Bill Bailey plays the ukalele / Chas. McCarron and Nat. Vincent --
When you sang hush-a-bye to me / Jesse G.M. Glick, Frederic Knight Logan and Abe Olman --
Why don't you get a lady of your own / Williams and Walker. Patriotic songs: America here's my boy / Andrew B. Sterling, Arthur Lange --
Comin' in on a wing and a prayer / Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh --
Don't let's be beastly to the Germans / Noel Coward --
Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!! / Frank Loesser --
Remember Pearl Harbor / Don Reid, Don Reid and Sammy Kaye --
Say a pray'r for the boys over there / Herb Magidson, Jimmy McHugh --
Thanks, Mister Roosevelt / Tommy Connor --
There'll always be an England / Ross Parker & Hughie Charles --
Uncle Sammy is a-calling you / Jimmie N. Hall --
When Yankee Doodle learns to "parlez vous Francais" / Will. Hart, Ed. Nelson --
Your lips are no man's land but mine / Arthur Guy Empey, Chas. R. McCaroon and Carey Morgan. Misc. songs: 12th street rag / Euday L. Bowman --
A, you're adorable / Buddy Kaye, Fred Wise, Sidney Lippman --
Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive / Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen --
All I want is a cottage, some roses, and you / Chas. K. Harris --
All through the day / Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern --
Always (I'll be loving you) / Irving Berlin --
Always (you can come back to me) / H. Kroll --
April showers / B.G. DeSylva ; Louis Silvers --
Ay ay, ay / Jerry Castillo --
Because of you / Arthur Hammerstein & Dudley Wilkinson --
Beneath the lights of home / Walter Jurmann ; Bernie Grossman --
Bless you for being an angel / Eddie Lane and Don Baker --
Blue bird of happiness / Edward Heyman, Harry Parr Davies, Sandor Harmati --
The breeze and I / Al Stillman, Ernesto Lecuona --
Can anyone explain? / Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss --
Can't help singing / E.Y. Harburg, Jerome Kern --
Come out, come out whereever you are / Sammy Cahn, Jules Styne --
Comme ci, comme ça / Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer, Bruno Coquatrix, Pierre Dudan --
Daddy won't you please come home / Sam Coslow --
Day by day / Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl, Pual Weston --
Golden earrings / Jay Livingston & Ray Evans, Victor Young --
The hours I spent with you / Little Jack Little and Joe Young & Sam Lewis --
How sweet you are / Frank Loesser, Arthur Schwartz --
The hut-sut song / Leo V. Killion, Ted McMichael & Jack Owens --
I love you, Colorado / Frank Wright --
I should care / Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl & Paul Weston --
I wish I knew / Mack Gordon, Harry Warren --
I'd rather be just what I am, than what your gold would make me / P.G. Piatti, Harry S. Marion --
If I had my way / Lou Klein, James Kendis --
If I'm lucky / Edgar De Lange, Josef Myrow --
I'll get by / Roy Turk, Fred Ahlert --
I'll never smile again / Rugh Lowe --
I'm always chasing rainbows / Joseph McCarthy, Harry Carroll --
I'm making believe / Mack Gordon, James V. Monaco --
In the mood / Andy Razaf, Joe Garland --
It can't be wrong / Kim Gannon, Max Steiner --
It only happens when I'm dancing with you / Irving Berlin --
It's been a long, long time / Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne --
It's the same old dream / Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne --
Jalousie (Jealousy) / Belen Ortega, Vera Bloom, Jacob Gade --
Let the rest of the world go by / J. Keirn Brennan, Ernest R. Ball --
Little old lady / Hoagy Carmichael and Stanely Adams --
Love is a song / Larry Morey, Frank Churchill --
Mairzy doats and Dozy doats / Milton Drake, Al. Hoffman and Jerry Livingstone --
Moonlight serenade / Mitchell Parish, Glenn Miller --
The more I see you / Mack Gordon, Harry Warren. [Misc. songs cont.] Nancy (with the laughing face) / Phil Silvers, Jimmy Van Heusen --
Need you / Johnny Blackburn, "Teepee" Mitchell and Lew Porter --
Now is the hour : Maori farewell song / Maewa Kaihau and Clement Scott --
The one I love belongs to someone else / Gus Kahn, Isham Jones --
Over the rainbow / E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen --
A perfect day / Carrie Jacobs-Bond --
Play fiddle play / Jack Lawrence, Emery Deutsch & Arthur Altman --
Romance / Phil Green --
September song / Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson --
Shoo-shoo baby / Phil Moore --
Sierra Sue / Joseph B. Carey --
Sing with Sinatra! --
Sing with the Ink Spots --
Some other time / Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne --
Song from Moulin Rouge / Georges Auric, William Engvick --
Song of Capri / Norman Newell, Mischa Spoliansky --
Song of the islands / Chas. E. King --
Spellbound / Mack David, Miklos Rozsa --
Spring in my heart / Ralph Freed, Johann Strauss --
Spring parade : selection --
Stella by starlight / Ned Washington, Victor Young --
Sunday, Monday, or always / Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen --
Tales from the Vienna Woods / Marvin Lee, Johann Strauss --
There's no you / Tom Adair, Hal Hopper --
Time after time / Sammy Y. Cahn, Jule Styne --
Time on my hands / Harold Adamson and Mack Gordon, Vincent Youmans --
Time waits for no one / Cliff Friend and Charlie Tobias --
To each his own / Jay Livingston and Ray Evans --
The trolley song / High Martin & Ralph Blane --
The voice in the old village choir / Gus Kahn, Harry Woods --
Waltzing in the clouds / Gus Kahn, Robert Stoltz --
Wait and see / Johnny Mercer, Harry Warren --
The wedding of the painted doll / Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown --
When you're away / Henry Blossom, Victor Herbert --
White Christmas / Irving Berlin --
Whose baby are you / Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne --
Yaaka hula hickey dula (Hawaiian love song) / E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young & Pete Wendling --
You came along (from out of nowhere) / Edward Heyman, John W. Green --
Young at heart / Carolyn Leigh, Johnny Richards.

Abstract:

Popular songs and piano sheet music from 1881 to early 1950s; including several Dixie or "Black minstrel" songs, some World War I and WWII patriotic songs, and a large group of miscellaneous songs, mostly popular hits from movies and musicals. The collection contains a cross-section of racial stereotyping in lyrics and cover art, war-time patriotism, and the influence of movies and musicals on popular music. Some items have loose or missing pages.

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