More favorite songs of the Nineties : complete original sheet music for 62 songs (Musical score, 1975) []
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More favorite songs of the Nineties : complete original sheet music for 62 songs

More favorite songs of the Nineties : complete original sheet music for 62 songs

Author: Paul Charosh; Robert A Fremont
Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, 1975.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: Piano music
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Charosh; Robert A Fremont
ISBN: 0486231585 9780486231587
OCLC Number: 1936772
Notes: With piano acc.; includes piano pieces.
Includes facsims. of the original illustrated title pages.
Companion volume to Favorite songs of the Nineties, compiled by R.A. Fremont.
"Birth and growth of a popular song by Theodore Dreiser (from Metropolitan magazine, November 1898)" p. [xiii]-xiv.
Description: 1 score (xiv, 296 pages) : facsimiles ; 31 cm
Contents: Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly / J. Fred Helf --
Alexander ; Down where the Wurzburger flows ; I'd leave ma happy home for you ; Under the Anheuser Bush / Harry von Tilzer --
And her golden hair was hanging down her back [American version] / Felix McGlennon and Monroe H. Rosenfeld --
At a Georgia campmeeting ; In the city of sighs and tears / Kerry Mills --
The belle of Avenoo A / Safford Waters --
By the watermelon vine / Thomas S. Allen --
Cheyenne ; Navajo / Egbert van Alstyne --
The chimes of Trinity / M.J. Fitzpatrick --
Come, take a trip in my air-ship / George Evans --
Daddy wouldn't buy me a bow-wow / Joseph Tabrar --
Day by day / Tony Stanford --
Dearie / Clare Kummer --
A dream / J.C. Bartlett --
Elsie from Chelsea / Harry Dacre --
Ev'ry little bit helps / Fred Fischer --
Forgotten / Eugene Cowles --
The girl who cares for me ; I can't tell why I love you, but I do ; Mamie (Don't you feel ashamie) / Gus Edwards --
Good-bye / F. Paolo Tosti --
Good-bye Dolly Gray / Paul Barnes --
Hello Central, give me Heaven / Charles K. Harris --
Hiawatha ; Silver heels / Neil Moret --
The holy city / Stephen Adams --
The honeysuckle and the bee / William H. Penn --
I guess I'll have to telegraph my baby / George M. Cohan --
I love a lassie / Harry Lauder and Gerald Grafton --
Iola / Charles L. Johnson --
Just because she made dem goo-goo eyes / Hughey Cannon --
Learning McFadden to waltz / M.F. Carey --
The little lost child / Joseph W. Stern --
Love me, and the world is mine / Ernest R. Ball --
Ma lady Lu / Edwin S. Brill --
March of the toys / Victor Herbert --
Midnight fire-alarm / Harry J. Lincoln --
The mosquitos' parade / Howard Whitney --
My cosey corner girl / John W. Bratton --
My gal is a high born lady / Barney Fagan --
My little canoe, from The school girl / Leslie Stuart --
My sweetheart's the man in the moon / James Thornton --
Narcissus / Ethelbert Nevin --
Nobody / Bert A. Williams --
O dry those tears / Teresa del Riego --
Pal of mine / J.S. Nathan --
The picture that is turned toward the wall ; Two little girls in blue / Charles Graham --
Please let me sleep / James T. Brymn --
R-e-m-o-r-s-e, from the Sultan of Sulu / Alfred G. Wathall --
Rhoda and her pagoda, from San Toy / Lionel Monckton --
She's getting mo' like the white folks every day / [Bert] Williams and [George] Walker --
She was happy till she met you / Charles Graham and Monroe Rosenfeld --
A son of the desert am I / Walter A. Phillips --
Strike up the band (Here comes a sailor) / Charles B. Ward --
Sweet Marie / Raymon Moore --
The tale of a bumble-bee, from King Dodo / Gustav Luders --
White wings / Banks Winter.
Other Titles: Favorite songs of the Nineties
Responsibility: edited by Paul Charosh and Robert A. Fremont ; introd. by Paul Charosh.


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