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Sheet Music: O

Borowitz Sheet Music Collection:

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Jacques Offenbach (Large Format)

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From the production Barbe-Bleue (Blue Beard)

  1. GALOP. J. Offenbach (m). Frederick Blume, 114-5. New York: 1868. 4 pp.
  2. WHY SHOULD THEY GAZE. J. Offenbach (w & m). Oliver Ditson & Co., 24831. New York: 1868. 5 pp.

From the Comic opera La Belle Hélène

  1. GALOP. J. Offenbach (m). Wm A. Pond & Co., 6842. New York: 1868. 5 pp.
  2. HELEN THE BLONDE. J. Offenbach (m). English lyric by Geo. W. Birdseye. Wm A. Pond & Co., 6879. New York: 1868. 5 pp.
  3. I LOVE TO SING. J. Offenbach (w & m). English lyric by Dr. Wm. Wetmore.C.M. Tremaine, 1424-4. New York: 1868. 4 pp.
  4. JUDGEMENT OF PARIS. J. Offenbach (m). English lyric by Geo. W. Birdseye. Wm A. Pond & Co., 6812. New York: 1868. 5 pp.

From the Comic opera La Chanson de Fortunio

  1. CHANSON DE FORTUNIO. Alfred de Mussey (w) -- J. Offenbach (m). Au Menestrel, 2588. Paris: n.d. 2 pp.

From the Comic opera Genevieve de Brabant

  1. BENEATH MY LADIE'S WINDOW. J.C.J. (w) -- J. Offenbach (m). C.H. Ditson & Co., 24947. New York: 1868. 3 pp. Cover text: As sung with unbounded applause by Mmes Rose-Bell and Desclauzas.
  2. PASSING 'NEATH THY WINDOW. J. Offenbach (w & m). English lyric by M. Barnett. J.L. Peters, 4861-4. New York: 1868. 4 pp.

From the Comic opera La Grande Duchesse

  1. QUADRILLES (En Attendant, Il Etait Un De Mes Aieux, Au Repas, Serenade, Bonne Nuit). J. Offenbach (m). J.L. Peters, 2789-6. New York: 1867. 6 pp.

From the production La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein

  1. AIR (Say To Him, Ah! 'Tis A Famous Regiment, I Wear On My Heart, Could I As A Soldier Go). Offenbach (w & m). Translated by J.C.J. Oliver Ditson & Co., New York: 1867. 19 pp.
  2. SWORD OF MY FATHER. J. Offenbach (w & m). English lyric by Wm. J. Wetmore. Frederick Blume, 122-5. New York: 1867. 4 pp.

From the production La Jolie Parfumeuse

  1. POTPOURRI (Air Du Peintre, Je Vous Amène, C'est La Noce, Puisque Plue Rien, Rondo De La Lettre, Ariette Du Choeur Des Voisins, Chanson De La Bruscanbille, Air De Pomor). J. Offenbach (m). Oliver Ditson & Co., 28918. Boston: 1875. 10 pp.

From the Opera Pepito

  1. PEPITO SCHOTTISCHE. J. Offenbach (m). L. Barker & Co., Hartford: n.d. 5 pp.

From the Comic opera La Périchole

  1. A POOR GIRL'S HEART! Henry B. Farnie (w) -- J. Offenbach (m). Wm. A. Pond & Co., 7113. New York: 1868. 4 pp.
  2. POTPOURRI (On Vante Partoout Son Sourire, Que Veulent Dire Ces Coleres, Ecoute O Roi, Je Te Presente, Sautez Dessus, Conduisez Le Bons Courtisans, Ah! Que J'aime Les Diamants, Son Altesse A L'Heure Ordinaire). J. Offenbach (m). Jno. L. Peters, 5735-8. New York: 1869. 8 pp.

From the Opera Orphee Aux Enfers

  1. QUADRILLE. Offenbach (m). M.D. Swisher, Philadelphia: n.d. 5 pp.

Ohio Songs (about Ohio or published there) (Large Format)

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From the Cleveland Hippodrome Production Cloud Burst

  1. DAISIES. Wm. J. Wilson (w) -- J.S. Zamecnik (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 8163-3. New York: 1907. 3 pp.
  2. I HAD A WONDERFUL TIME IN COLUMBUS. Kermit Goell & Bee Walker (w & m). Hudson Music Corp., New York: 1946. 4 pp. Cover text: Introduced by Lawrence Welk, with his photograph.

From the Musical revue about Cleveland Golly Moses

  1. LOVE DOES THE CRAZIEST THINGS. Fred Koch (w & m). Nouveau Music Co., Cleveland: 1949. 2 pp.
  2. OHIO TOOL VICTORY SONG. Sammy Watkins (w & m). Ohio Tool Co., Cleveland : 1942. 3 pp.
  3. THE OLD COURTHOUSE SONG. L.M. Turner (w & m). Evan Georgeoff Music Pub. Co., Cleveland: 1939. 3 pp.
  4. SONG OF THE BIRD IN THE BRAKE. Authors Music Publishing Concern, ed. Cleveland: 1912. 3 pp. Cover text: part of the Old Moneypennys Series.

Popular Music

  1. CLEVELAND. Len Trostler & Eddie Robinson (w & m). Pavelka Bros. Co., Cleveland: 1946. 2 pp.
  2. CLEVELAND INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION (March). Floyd J. St.Clair (m). H.N. White, Cleveland: 1909. 4 pp.
  3. THE CLEVELAND POLKA. Art Yaspan (w) -- Jimmy Medves (m). Ronson Press Inc., Cleveland: 1949. 3 pp.
  4. I'M FROM OHIO. J. Keirn Brennan (w) -- Ernest R. Ball (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 15739-2. New York: 1918. 2 pp. Cover photo: Ernest R. Ball.

Chauncey Olcott (Large Format)

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From the production Barry of Ballymore

  1. I LOVE THE NAME OF MARY. Geo. Graff Jr. (w) -- Chauncey Olcott & Ernest R. Ball (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 11547-4. New York: 1910. 4 pp. Cover photo: Chauncey Olcott.

From the production Macushla

  1. MY LAND. Bartley C. Costell (w) -- Chauncey Olcott & Ernest R. Ball (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 11407-3. New York: 1910. 3 pp.

From the production Old Limerick Town

  1. THE VOICE OF THE VIOLET. Chauncey Olcott (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 4874-3. New York: 1902. 3 pp. Cover photo: Chauncey Olcott.

From the production O'Neill of Derry

  1. ONE LITTLE SWEET LITTLE GIRL. Chauncey Olcott & Dan J. Sullivan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 7904-3. New York: 1907. 3 pp. Cover photo: Chauncey Olcott.

From the production Ragged Robin

  1. SWEET GIRL OF MY DREAMS. Chauncey Olcott & Daniel J. Sullivan (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 8431-3. New York: 1908. 3 pp. Cover photo: Chauncey Olcott.

From the production Shameen Dhu

  1. THAT'S AN IRISH LULLABY. J.R. Shannon (w & m). M. Witmark & Sons, 13094-3. New York: 1913. 3 pp. Cover photo: Chauncey Olcott.

Harold Orlob (Large Format)

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From the Musical comedy The Heart-Breakers

  1. SOME GOLDEN DAY. Hough & Adams (w) -- Harold Orlob (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 11952. New York: 1911. 3 pp.

From the Operetta The Masked Model

  1. THE ROAD TO THE GIRL YOU LOVE. Fred Herendeen (w) -- Harold Orlob (m). Leo Feist Inc., 3508-3. New York: 1917. 3 pp.

From the production Nothing But Love

  1. I'LL REMEMBER YOU. Frank Stammers (w) -- Harold Orlob (m). T.B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 5908-4. New York: 1919. 4 pp.

From the Musical The Red Canary

  1. I'M SO WEARY. Will B. Johnstone (w) -- Harold Orlob (m). M. Witmark & Sons, 13147-3. New York: 1913. 3 pp.

Harold Orlob (Modern Format)

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From the production Just a Minute

  1. LITTLE BY LITTLE. Harry L. Cort & George E. Stoddard (w) -- Harold Orlob (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1920. 3 pp.

From the Musical comedy Listen Lester

  1. WAITING. Harry L. Cort & George E. Stoddard (w) -- Harold Orlob (m). Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc., New York: 1918. 3 pp.

From the Musical comedy Talk About Girls

  1. LOVE BIRDS. Irving Caesar (w) -- Harold Orlob (m). Harms Inc., 8009-3. New York: 1927. 3 pp.
  2. MAYBE I WILL. Irving Caesar (w) -- Harold Orlob (m). Harms Inc., 8010-4. New York: 1927. 4 pp.

Other Cities and States, Songs about (Large Format)

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From the production Bow Bells

  1. THE FORTUNE HUNTER (Lunnon Is A Big Place). Dorothy Dickinson (w) -- Charles Willeby (m). Bossey & Co., 8289. London: 1914. 5 pp. Cover text: Sung by Harry Dearth.

From the MGM picture Times Square Lady

  1. WHAT'S THE REASON (I'm Not Pleasin' You)? Coy Poe & Jimmie Grier (w) -- "Pinky" Tomlin & Earl Hatch (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1935. 4 pp. Cover text: With Virginia Bruce and Robert Taylor.

Popular Music

  1. THE DESTRUCTION OF SAN FRANCISCO. M. Thea Hays (m). A.W. Perry & Sons Music Co., Sedalia, Mo.: 1906. 4 pp.
  2. EVERYBODY'S ON THEIR WAY TO JERSEY. Garfield Kilgour (w) -- Harry Akst & Lou Handman (m). Irving Berlin Inc., New York: 1920. 2 pp.
  3. THE GREAT STORM AT GALVESTON. M.W. Butler (m). A.W. Perry & Sons Music Co., Sedalia, Mo.: 1901. 4 pp.
  4. HELLO, HELLO, NEW YORK TOWN. Stanley Murphy (w) -- Henry I. Marshall (m). Chas. K. Harris, New York: 1912. 3 pp. Cover text: Successfully introduced by Freeman & Dunham, with their photographs.
  5. HUSH-A-BYE, MA BABY (The Missouri Waltz). J.R. Shannon (w) -- John Valentine Eppel (m). F.J.A. Forster Music Pub. Chicago: 1914. 5 pp.
  6. ISTANBUL (Not Constantinople). Jimmy Kennedy (w) -- Nat Simon (m). Alamo Music Inc., AL-277. New York: 1953. 3 pp.
  7. MARYLAND! MY MARYLAND. "A Baltimorean in Louisana" (w) -- "C.E." (m). Miller & Beacham, Baltimore: 1861. 3 pp.
  8. THE M.T.A. Jacqueline Steiner & Bess Hawes (w & m). Atlantic Music Corp., New York: 1956-7. 2 pp.
  9. THE NIGHTENGALES OF LINCOLN'S INN. Ed Teschemacher (w) -- Herbert Oliver (m). J. H. Larway, L 1557. London: 1912. 4 pp.
  10. OUT OF A CITY OF SIX MILLION PEOPLE. Chas. McCarron (w) -- Nat Vincent (m). Braodway Music Corp., New York: 1915. 4 pp.
  11. VOTE ON! PENNSYLVANIA! Kathryn S. Flohr (w & m). Democratic State Committee of Pennsylvania: 1936. 2 pp.

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