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Alfred Newman (Modern Format)

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From the Universal picture Airport

  1. AIRPORT LOVE THEME. Alfred Newman (m). Shamley Music Corp. New York: 1970. 3 pp.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture The Best of Everything

  1. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Alfred Newman (m). Miller Music Corp., 1138-3. New York: 1959. 3 pp. Artist copy.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture Désirée

  1. THE SONG FROM DÉSIRÉE (We Meet Again). Ken Darby (w) -- Alfred Newman (m). Miller Music Corp.,1015-4. New York: 1954. 6 pp. Cover text: Starring Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Merle Oberon and Michael Rennie.
  2. THE SONG FROM DÉSIRÉE (We Meet Again). Ken Darby (w) -- Alfred Newman (m). Miller Music Corp.,1015-4. New York: 1954. 6 pp. Cover text: Starring Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons, Merle Oberon and Michael Rennie.

From the United Artist picture The Greatest Story Ever Told

  1. THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD. Alfred Newman (m). United Artists Music Corp., New York: 1965. 2 pp.

From the MGM picture How the West Was Won

  1. HOW THE WEST WAS WON. Ken Darby (w) -- Alfred Newman (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH4455-5. New York: 1963. 5 pp.

From the musical comedy Jack and Jill

  1. CONCENTRATE AND LOVE WILL FIND A WAY. Otto Harbach (w) -- Alfred Newman (m). Jerome H. Remick & Co., 344-4. New York: 1923. 6 pp.

From the Paramount picture The Pleasure of His Company

  1. THE PLEASURE OF HIS COMPANY. Alfred Newman (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1961. 2 pp. Professional copy.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture The Seven Year Itch

  1. THE GIRL UPSTAIRS. Sammy Cahn (w) -- Alfred Newman (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH3976-3. New York: 1955. 3 pp. Cover text: Starring Marilyn Monroe and Tom Ewell.

Popular Music

  1. Serenade to the Stars of Hollywood including FOREVER YOURS, THE GIRL UPSTAIRS, MY LOVE FOR YOU, RAPTURE OF LOVE, SOMEDAY YOU'LL FIND YOUR BLUEBIRD, THE SONG FROM DESIREE, THE SONG OF BERNADETTE, THROUGH A LONG AND SLEEPLESS NIGHT, TO AVA and YOUR KISS. Various (w) -- Alfred Newman (m). Robbins Music Corp, New York: 1956. 34 pp.

Nineteenth Century Music (Large Format)

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Popular Music
  1. BEAUTIFUL ISLE OF THE SEA. George Cooper (w) -- J.R. Thomas (m). Wm. A. Pond & Co., New York: 1865. 4 pp.
  2. THE BLUE JUNIATA. Mrs. M.D. Sullivan (w & m). Oliver Ditson, 1135. Boston: 1844. 3 pp.
  3. BONNY ELOISE (The Belle Of The Mohawk Vale). C.W. Elliott (w) -- J.R. Thomas (m). Wm. Hall & Sons, New York: 1858. 4 pp.
  4. THE BURMAN LOVER. John C. Baker (w & m). Oliver Ditson, 519-4. Boston: 1845. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung by the Baker family.
  5. CELEBRATED ECHO SONG. Henry R. Bishop (w & m). G.E. Blake, Philadelphia: 1818 (?). 4 pp.
  6. DANSE GRACIEUSE. Edward German (m). Arthur P. Schmidt, 2339-7. Boston: 1891. 7 pp.
  7. THE DEATH OF LAWRENCE. T.W. Tucker (w) -- Leonard Marshall (m). Keith's Music Publishing House, Boston: 1847. 6 pp. Cover text: Respectfully dedicated to Col. Wm. P. Winchester.
  8. THE DISMAL SWAMP. not listed (w) -- Covert (m). Oliver Ditson, 6066. Boston: 1852. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung by the Amphions of the Empire State.
  9. THE FATAL WEDDING. W.H. Windom (w) -- Gussie L. Davis (m). Spaulding, Kornder & Co., London: 1893. 4 pp.
  10. FINIGAN'S WAKE. Charles Clover (arr.). William A. Pond & Co., 5935. New York: 1864. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung by Dan Bryant.
  11. GILMORE'S MARCH. Arthur W. Swallen (m). D. W. Christ, Moultrie, Oh: 1896. 4 pp. Cover text: Respectfully dedicated to Victor Herbert.
  12. HOME AGAIN. Marshall S. Pike (w & m). E.H. Wade, Boston: 1850. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung with rapturous applause by the Harmoneons, dedicated most affectionately to Lizzie C. Oakes.
  13. HOME AGAIN. Marshall S. Pike (w & m). E.H. Wade, Boston: 1850. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung with rapturous applause by the Harmoneons, dedicated most affectionately to Lizzie C. Oakes.
  14. I CANNOT CHANGE AS OTHERS DO. Earl of Rochester (w) -- Walter Maynard (m). Willam Hall & Sons, 2686. New York: n.d. 4 pp.
  15. I KNOW SOMETHING or (You Know Now What I Know). Gus Williams (w & m). White & Goullaud, 120. Boston: 1871. 3 pp.
  16. I LOVE YOU IN THE SAME OLD WAY. Walter H. Ford (w) -- John W. Bratton (m). M. Witmark & Sons, New York: 1896. 3 pp. Cover photo: Maxwell & Simpson.
  17. I'M TURNING GRAY DEAR KATE. Frederick Buckley (w & m). Firth, Pond & Co., 4601. New York: 1859. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung with great success by Buckley's Serenaders.
  18. JUST FOR THE SAKE OF OUR DAUGHTER. Monroe H. Rosenfeld (w & m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York: 1897. 6 pp. Cover photo: Helene Mora.
  19. THE LAST MAN. Thomas Campbell (w) -- William Hutchins Callcott (m). Firth & Hall, New York: n.d. 7 pp. Cover text: As sung by Mr. Edward Shephard.
  20. LOVE SMILES NO MORE. Desmond Ryan (w) -- Berg (m). William Hall & Son, 4226. New York: n.d. 4 pp. Cover drawing: Jenny Lind.
  21. MA LADY LU. Chas. W. Doty (w) -- Edwin S. Brill (m). Chas. B. Ward Music Pub. Co., New York: 1899. 3 pp. Cover photo: Katherine Klare.
  22. MARY AND JOHN. Emma R. Steiner (m). Hicthcock and McCargo Pub. Co., New York: 1891. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung with immense success by Minnie Cunningham.
  23. MY WILD IRISH ROSE. Chauncey Olcott (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 8955-3. New York: 1899. 3 pp.
  24. OH! MEET ME BY STARLIGHT. J.A. Fischer (w) -- F.W. Crouch (m). E. Riley, New York: n.d. 3 pp.
  25. OH! UNCLE JOHN. Felix McGlennon (w & m). Francis, Day & Hunter, London: 1895. 3 pp. Cover text: Sung with great success by Miss Kittie Gilmore, the gifted comedienne.
  26. ON THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE DANUBE. Johann Strauss (m). Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston: 1872. 9 pp.
  27. THE O.P.R.A. or (A Manager In Trouble). C.E. Leslie (w & m). Chicago Music Co., Chicago: 1881. 8 pp.
  28. RASTUS ON PARADE. Kerry Mills (m). F.A. Mills, New York: 1895. 3 pp.
  29. ROBESPIERRE (Waltzes). Max S. Witt (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 1044-6. New York: 1899. 6 pp.
  30. THE ROVER. Miss E. Cook (w) -- Charles E. Horn (m). James L. Hewitt, New York: 1836. 2 pp. Cover text: Sung by Mr. Horn at Niblo's concerts.
  31. THAT LITTLE GERMAN HOME ACROSS THE SEA. Wurzel (arr.). Root & Sons Music Co., Chicago: 1879. 4 pp.
  32. THOSE LAUGHING EYES. J. Cheever Goodwin (w) -- Edward E. Rice (m). Louis P. Goullaud, 518-3. Boston: 1877. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung bt Eliza Weathersby.
  33. TIME OF THE HEART BALLAD. George F. Root (w & m). Wm Hall & Son, 1824. New York: 1852. 6 pp. Cover text: Sung by Mlle. Rosa Jaques.
  34. TRAMP! TRAMP! TRAMP. George F. Root (w & m). Root & Cady, Chicago: 1864. 3 pp.
  35. TREMONT CALLOPADE. S. Knaebel (arr.). Parker & Ditson, Boston: 1836. 2 pp.
  36. WALKING DOWN BROADWAY. William Lingard (w & m). Wm. A. Pond, 7013. New York: 1868. 3 pp.
  37. WHAT IS HOME WITHOUT A MOTHER? Alice Hawthorne (w & m). Winner & Schuster, Philadelphia: 1854. 3 pp. Cover text: Respectfully dedicated to Miss Ann Eliza P. Schuster.
Musical Productions

From the production Aladdin or The Wonderful Lamp

  1. COME, COME AWAY. S.S. Steele (w) -- T. Comer (m). Oliver Ditson, Boston: 1847. 3 pp.

From the opera Amilie or The Love Test

  1. THE GYPSIES CHORUS. No composer given. Firth & Hall, New York: n.d. 12 pp. Cover text: From Rooke's Grand opera.
  2. MY BOYHOOD'S HOME. J.T. Haines (w) -- W.M. Rooke (m). Millet's Music Saloon, New York: n.d. 6 pp. Cover text: Sung by Mr. Seguin.
  3. THOU ART GONE. J.T. Haines (w) -- W.M. Rooke (m). Wm. Hall & Son, 1495. New York: n.d. 6 pp. Cover text: Sung by Miss Shirreff.
  4. WHEN THE MORINING FIRST DAWNS. J.T. Haines (w) -- W.M. Rooke (m). Millet's Music Saloon, New York: n.d. 7 pp. Cover text: Sung by Miss Shirreff.

From the opera Bohemian Girl

  1. I DREAMT THAT I DWELT IN MARBLE HALLS. M.W. Balfe (w & m). Millet's Music Saloon, New York: n.d. 4 pp.

From the comic effusion Broadway Sights

  1. BROADWAY SIGHTS. W.H. Latham (w & m). Atwills Music Saloon, New York: 1835. 2 pp. Cover text: As sung by Mr. Latham. Note: May be missing a page or two.

From the production Crown Diamonds

  1. I'M A MERRY ZINGARA. M.W. Balfe (w & m). J.E. Gould, 2923. Philadelphia: n.d. 8 pp. Cover text: Sung by Mme. Anna Thillon.
  2. O WHISPER WHAT THOU FEELEST. Brinley Richards (w & m). Oliver Ditson, 7470. Boston: n.d. 4 pp. Cover text: Sung by W. Harrison.

From the burlesque Don Juan

  1. LINGER LONGER LOO. Willie Younge (w) -- Sidney Jones (m). Edward Schuberth & Co., 838a. New York: 1893. 6 pp.

From the dramatic spectacle The Evil Eye

  1. BY YOUR SIDE. Sidney R. Ellis (w) -- Alfred J. Kuttner (m). Yale & Ellis, Philadelphia: 1898. 3 pp.

From the drama Friend and Foe

  1. I LOVE MUSIC. Wm. J. Scanlan (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1880. 3 pp.

From the musical The Geisha

  1. THE JEWEL OF ASIA. Harry Greenbank (w) -- James Philip (m). Hopwood & Crew Ltd., 3788. London: 1896. 3 pp.

From the production In Gotham

  1. IN GOTHAM (Waltzes). Max Gabriel (m). M. Witmark & Sons, New York: 1898. 8 pp.

From the celebrated gipsey glee Guy Mannering

  1. THE CHOUGH AND CROW ROOST ARE GONE. Johanna Baillie (w) -- Henry R. Bishop (m). E. Riley, New York: n.d. 16 pp.

From the musical comedy Isle of Gold

  1. ECHO SONG. Chas. A. Byrne (w) -- Herman Perlet (m). Howley, Haviland & Co., New York: 1897. 3 pp.
  2. OH MARIA. Chas. A. Byrne (w) -- Herman Perlet (m). Howley, Haviland & Co., New York: 1897. 4 pp.

From the production Linda di Cham???ix

  1. MY SOUL IN ONE UNBROKEN SIGH. Mr. Reeves (w & m). Lee & Walker 401.2 Philadelphia: 1848. 2 pp. Note: Cover is missing.

From the opera Lurline

  1. SWEET SPIRIT, HEAR MY PRAYER. W. Vincent Wallace (w & m). Wm. Hall & Son, New York: 1868. 4 pp.

From the production The Maids of Artois

  1. THE RAPTURE SWELLING. M.W. Balfe (w & m). Hewitt & Jaques, New York: n.d. 5 pp.

From the opera Matilda or The Maid of Hungary

  1. GONE IS THE CALMNESS. Alfred Bunn (w) -- W.V. Wallace (m). William Hall & Son,4119. New York: 1841. 4 pp.

From the operetta The Merry War

  1. ITALIAN WALTZES. Johann Strauss (m). National Music Co., Chicago: 1895. 8 pp.

From the comic opera Nadjy

  1. NADJY WALTZ. Theo. Moses-Tobani (m). C. Fischer Publisher, 1995-3. New York: 1888. 3 pp.

From the opera The Nautch Girl

  1. SELECTION (The Rajah of Chutneypore, The Sun Was Setting, This Is The Old, Old Story, Indian Lullaby, Vive La Liberrte, Finale 1st Act). Charles Godfrey (m). Chappell & Co., 19135. London: 1891. 26 pp.

From the comic opera Der Obersteiger

  1. DON'T BE CROSS. Clifton Bingham, English lyric -- Carl Zeller (m). B.F. Wood Music Co., Boston: 1894. 5 pp.

From the comedy drama On the Wabash

  1. THE VILLIAGE CHOIR. Joseph Arthur (w & m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1898. 3 pp.

From the production Papa Cou Cou

  1. CHEER UP, MY CHILD. J. Cheever Goodwin (w) -- Wm. Furst (m). Howley, Haviland & Co., New York: 1897. 4 pp.
  2. COUSINS DON'T COUNT. J. Cheever Goodwin (w) -- Wm. Furst (m). Howley, Haviland & Co., New York: 1897. 4 pp.
  3. YOU SAY THAT YOU LOVE ME MADLY. J. Cheever Goodwin (w) -- Wm. Furst (m). Howley, Haviland & Co., New York: 1897. 5 pp.

From the production Paradise Flats

  1. IF YOU LOVE ME DARLING. Samuel Minturn Peck (w) -- Hubbard T. Smith (m). John F. Ellis & Co., Washington D.C.: 1887. 3 pp.

From the burlesque Pousse Cafe

  1. HOW I LOVE MY LU. Edgar Smith & Louuis DeLange (w) -- John Stromberg (m). Jos. W. Stern & Co., 3-101. New York: 1898. 3 pp. Cover photo: Peter F. Dailey.

From the play The Prisoner of Zenda

  1. ZENDA WALTZES. Frank M. Witmark (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 279. New York: 1895. 6 pp.

From the opera The Slave

  1. WILT THOU SAY FAREWELL LOVE. Thos. Moore (w & m). J. Power, London: n.d. 5 pp.

From the comic drama Somebody Else

  1. THE VIXEN. Charles Mathews (w & m). Reed & Sons, Islington: n.d. 7 pp. Cover text: As sung by Madame Vestris.

From the production Summer Nights

  1. MY ANN ELIZER. Malcolm Williams (w & m). Myll Bros. New York: 1898. 4 pp. Cover text: As sung with great success by Miss Alice Atherton, with her photograph.

From the play The Three Guardsmen

  1. I LOVED HIM AT FIRST SIGHT. Mrs. John Wood (w & m). Wm. A Pond, 6348. New York: 1866. 4 pp.

From the burlesque opera Tobasco

  1. MARCH OF THE PASHA'S GUARD. G.W. Chadwick (m). The B.F. Wood Music Co., 103. Boston: 1894. 3 pp.

From the production A Trip to Chinatown

  1. AFTER THE BALL. Chas. K. Harris (w & m). Chas. K. Harris, Milwaukee: 1892. 4 pp. Cover text: As sung by J. Aldrich Libbey, with his photograph.
  2. LOVE ME LITTLE, LOVE ME LONG. Percy Gaunt (w & m). T.B. Harms & co., New York: 1893. 3 pp.

From the production The Tyrolean

  1. NIGHTINGALE SONG. Helen F. Tretbar (w) -- Carl Zeller (m). Wm. A. Pond & Co., 12506. New York: 1891. 3 pp.

From the comic opera Wang

  1. WANG LANCERS (Piano Selection). Woolson Morse (m). T.B. Harms & Co., New York: 1891. 7 pp.

Ray Noble (Modern Format)

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From the Paramount picture The Big Broadcast of 1936

  1. WHY STARS COME OUT AT NIGHT. Ray Noble (w & m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1935. 4 pp.

From the Comlumbia pictures film In a Lonely Place

  1. I HADN'T ANYONE TILL YOU. Ray Noble (w & m). ABC Music Corp., 2258-2. New York: 1938. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame, with their photograph.
  2. I HADN'T ANYONE TILL YOU. Ray Noble (w & m). ABC Music Corp., 2258-2. New York: 1938. 2 pp. Cover text: Starring Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame, with their photograph.

From the film Say it With Music

  1. I'LL DO MY BEST TO MAKE YOU HAPPY. Ray Noble (w & m). Francis, Day & Hunter, 19417. London: 1932. 2 pp. Cover text: Jack Payne in his first talking picture, with his photograph.
  2. LOVE IS THE SWEETEST THING. Ray Noble (w & m). Harms Inc., 8970-4. New York: 1932. 4 pp.
  3. LOVE IS THE SWEETEST THING. Ray Noble (w & m). Francis, Day & Hunter, 19419. London: 1932. 2 pp. Cover text: Jack Payne in his first talking picture, with his photograph.

From the Warner Bros. picture The Very Thought of You

  1. THE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU. Ray Noble (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 17877-4. New York: 1934. 4 pp. Cover text: With Dennis Morgan, Eleanor Parker and Faye Emerson.

Popular Music

  1. (In The Gloaming) BY THE FIRESIDE. Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell & Reg Connelly (w & m). Robbins Music Corp., SH 865-3. New York: 1931. 3 pp. Cover text: Rudy Vallee's new theme song, with his photograph.
  2. IT'S ALL FORGOTTEN NOW. Ray Noble (w & m). Santly Bros. New York: 1934. 3 pp. Cover photo: Grace Hayes. Inscription: Love Grace Hayes.

Alex North (Modern Format)

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From the 20th Century-Fox picture Caesar and Cleopatra

  1. CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA THEME. Alex North (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH4480-3. New York: 1963. 3 pp.

From the United Artists' picture The Misfits

  1. (Theme from) THE MISFITS.Alex North (m). United Artists Music Co., New York: 1960. 3 pp. Cover photo: Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe and Montgomery Clift.

From the 20th Century-Fox picture The Racers

  1. I BELONG TO YOU. Jack Brooks (w) -- Alex North (m). Robbins Music Corp., SH3950-3. New York: 1955. 3 pp.

From the Paramount picture The Rainmaker

  1. THE RAINMAKER. Hal David (w) -- Alex North (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1957. 2 pp.

From the Paramount picture The Rose Tattoo

  1. VINO, VINO. Hal David (w) -- Alex North (m). Famous Music Corp., New York: 1955. 3 pp.

From the Warner Bros. picture Unchained

  1. UNCHAINED MELODY. Hy Zaret (w) -- Alex North (m). Frank Music Corp., F129-4. New York: 1955. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Elroy Hirsch, Babrara Hale, Chester Morris and Todd Duncan.

Ivor Novello (Large Format)

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From the production Crest of the Wave

  1. USED TO YOU. Christopher Hassall (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 33169. London: 1937. 5 pp.

From the production The Dancing Years

  1. I CAN GIVE YOU THE STARLIGHT. Christopher Hassall (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 33789. London: 1939. 5 pp.
  2. MY LIFE BELONGS TO YOU. Christopher Hassall (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 33791. London: 1939. 5 pp.
  3. WALTZ OF MY HEART. Christopher Hassall and Ivor Novello (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 33788. London: 1939. 5 pp.

From the musical play Gay's the Word

  1. BEES ARE BUZZIN'. Alan Melville (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 40644. London: 1950. 5 pp.
  2. FINDER, PLEASE RETURN. Alan Melville (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 40641. London: 1950. 4 pp.
  3. IF ONLY SHE'D LOOK MY WAY. Alan Melville (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell Co. 40642. London: 1950. 4 pp.
  4. VITALITY. Alan Melville (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 40848. London: 1951. 4 pp.

From the production Glamorous Night

  1. GLAMOROUS NIGHT. Christopher Hassall (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 32364. London: 1935. 4 pp.
  2. PIANO SELECTION (Her Majesty Militza, Shine Through My Dreams, Fold Your Wings, When The Gypsy Played, Far Away In Shanty Town, Royal Wedding). Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 32374. London: 1935. 10 pp.

From the musical play The Golden Moth

  1. ROMANCE IS CALLING. P. G.Wodehouse (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Ascherberg, Hopwood, & Crew, Ltd. 10601. London: 1921. 6 pp.

From the musical King's Rhapsody

  1. SOME DAY MY HEART WILL AWAKE. Christopher Hassall (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. 39296. New York: 1949. 5 pp.

From the Republic Pictures film Lilacs in the Spring

  1. WE'LL GATHER LILACS. Ivor Novello (w & m). Chappell & Co., Ltd., 37351. London: 1945. 4 pp. Cover text: Starring Anna Neagle, Errol Flynn, and David Farrar.

From the musical romance Perchance to Dream

  1. WE'LL GATHER LILACS. Ivor Novello (w & m). Chappell & Co. Ltd., 37351. London: 1945. 4 pp.

Popular Music

  1. KEEP THE HOME-FIRES BURNING. Lena Guilbert Ford (w) -- Ivor Novello (m). Chappell & Co. C.6724-6. New York: 1915. 6 pp.

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