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Subject: Popular sheet music archive
From: Roger in Baltimore
Date: 27 Sep 04 - 08:28 AM

Just discovered this digital archive of popular american sheet music.

http://digital.library.ucla.edu/apam

The UCLA Music Library's Archive of Popular American Music is a research collection covering the history of popular music in the United States from 1790 to the present. The collection, fully accessible at the item level through the UCLA Library Orion2 catalog, is one of the largest in the country, numbering almost 450,000 pieces of sheet music, anthologies, and arrangements for band and orchestra.

Very easy to search. I have already placed it in the links section of the Mudcat.

Roger in Baltimore


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Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
From: Wilfried Schaum
Date: 27 Sep 04 - 08:44 AM

Thanks, Roger - it's wonderful

Wilfried in Germany


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Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 27 Sep 04 - 09:57 AM

A couple of points to clarify:

(1) Only sheet music whose copyright has expired can be viewed online. That means (I think) 1923 or earlier.

(2) I found it a little tricky to view the sheet music. When you click the link that says "View Sheet Music," it tries to download a file, and the file always has the same name ("librarian") regardless of which song you are downloading. There is no filename extension, which means your computer won't automatically know which program to use to open the file. These methods should work:

(a) When "File Download" window opens and asks you "Would you like to open the file or save it to your computer?" click "Save". When the "Save As" window opens, select an appropriate folder and give the file an appropriate name with the extension ".pdf". When it's finished downloading, click "Open Folder", then double-click the file you just saved. Adobe Acrobat Reader should launch (assuming you have it installed on your computer). Remember that if you don't want to keep the file indefinitely, you will have to delete it.

(b) Alternatively, click "Open". Then when the "Open With" screen comes up, click on the icon for Adobe Acrobat Reader "AcroRd32" (assuming you have it installed on your computer).

Having said that, it's a good resource. And I found it easy to download a complete list of the songs they have. I figure it would be a good thing to post the list here so that anyone who searches the Forum for one of these songs will find this list and know where to find the sheet music:

'Taint nothin' else but jazz
'Tis an Irish girl I love and she's just like you
'Tis snowing (Il neige)
'Twas only an Irishman's dream
'Way down yonder in New Orleans
(Back numbers) in my little red book
(That quaint) Egyptian glide
(Till the boys come home) keep the home-fires burning
(You let me go) For somebody else
12th Street rag
A 'appy 'oliday
A bachelor gay
A breath of Virginia
A bungalow for two
A Connecticut Yankee
A cup of tea
A dream of yesterday
A dream of your smile
A girl, a man, a night, a dance
A honeymoon with you
A hot time in the old town
A kiss in the dark
A little brook, a little girl, a little love
A little bull
A little dream that lost its way
A little later on
A little love, a little kiss
A little wigwam for two
A lonely Romeo: selection
A lover's quarrel
A mother's prayer
A paradise for two (The key to your heart)
A penny for your thoughts
A phantom rose
A picture of mother (It's the picture I love best of all )
A pretty girl is like a melody
A rose for you, Marie
A rose, a child, a butterfly
A souvenir of love
A story that never was told
A syncopated cocktail
A teeny weeny bit of jazz
A wee bit of lace
A young man's fancy (Music box song)
Absence makes the heart grow fonder (Longing to be near your side)
Achin' hearted blues
Adelai. A little Mexican serenade
Adele
Adele. Selection
Adios amor (Farewell, love.)
Adrea
After all
After it's over dear
After nine
After the matinée
After the roses have faded away
After you've said good - bye
Aggravatin' papa (Don't you try to two-time me)
Ah-ha!
Ain't it a shame
Ain't we got fun
Ain't you ashamed!
Ain't you my baby any more?
Ala Moana. A song of Hawaii
Alexandria
Algeria. Selection
Algiers
Alibi baby
Alice blue gown
All down piccadilly
All in the wearing
All muddled up
All my boys
All over nothing at all
All over town. Selection
All over you
All that I need to know is that you come from Dixie
All the world will be jealous of me
Allah's holiday
Alma
Alma where do you live. Waltzes
Alma, where do you live? Overture.
Aloha land
Aloha oe. Farewell to thee
Aloha oe. Farewell to thee
Aloha. Sunset land
Alone at last. Selection
Alone with you
Alone, alone
Along came Ruth
Along the trail where the blue grass grows (In the hills of old Kentucky)
Altogether too fond of you
Always you
American citizen. Waltzes
An old fashioned sweetheart
And he'd say oo-la la! Wee-wee
And she's only a baby that's all
And that ain't all
Andy Gump
Angel child
Angel eyes
Angel Face selection
Animals are better off than humans of today
Annabelle
Annie Laurie
Any old place with you
Anything is nice if it comes from Dixieland
Aphrodite
Aphrodite waltz
Apple blossoms. Selection
Apple sauce
Apple song (Judgment of Paris)
Apres la guerre! (After the war!)
April fool
Arabella, I'll be your fellah
Arabia
Arabian moon
Arcady is ever young
Argentine
Arkansas blues : a down home chant
Arlee
Around the town
Artillery song
As long as the world rolls on
As we parted at the gate
Asia (aisha)
Asia (aisha). Indian intermezzo
Ask her while the band is playing
At the court around the corner
At the gates of heaven (we will meet some day)
At the Hippodrome
At the Indian cabaret
At the weeping widows ball
Atta baby
Aunt Hagar's blues
Away down east in Maine
Babbling brook
Baby (Ev'rybody calls her 'Baby')
Baby blue eyes
Baby feet go pitter patter ('cross my floor)
Baby won't you please come home
Baby's prayer will soon be answered
Back to Honolulu town
Bagdad
Bam bam bamy shore
Bambalina
Be a true American
Beale street
Beale Street mamma
Beautiful Dixieland
Beautiful girl
Beautiful Ohio
Beautiful Oregon rose
Because
Because you are you
Because you were an old sweetheart of mine
Becky is back in the ballet
Bees knees
Behind the fan
Believe me beloved. My sunshine maid
Beside a babbling brook
Beside a silv'ry stream
Betsy Ross
Betty
Bevo
Biddy
Bill and Coo
Bimini Bay
Bless my Swanee River home
Blue bonnet - you make me feel blue
Blue Danube blues
Blue diamonds
Blue jeans
Blues (my naughty sweetie gives to me)
Bluin' the blues
Bobby
Bohemia, good-bye!
Bon jour, monsieur
Bonnie Sweet Bessie
Boo hoo-hoo. (You're gonna cry when I'm gone)
Boo-hoo-hoo
Boys of the U.S.A.
Breeze (blow my baby back to me)
Bright eyes
Bright morning star
Bring back the roses (Kathleen Mavourneen)
Bring back those wonderful days
Bring me a rose
Bring me the rose of love
Broadway rose
Broken blossoms
Broken hearted melody
Broken moon
Brother Low Down
Brothers
Bubble Land
Bubbling over. Life is bubbling over all the time
Buda
Bugle call rag
Burning sands
By the rolling sea in Brittany
Bye and bye
Bye bye blackbird
C-h-i-c-a-g-o
C-h-i-c-a-g-o in Illinois
Cabaret song
California rose
California smile on me
California sunset
Call me back, pal, o' mine
Callin' you
Calling
Can you forget
Can you imagine
Can't feel jolly blues
Can't we be the same old friends
Candy jag
Carmeline
Carolina in the morning
Carolina mammy
Carolina nights
Carry me back to my Carolina home
Carry me back to old Virginny
Casey Jones
Chansonette
Charming Suzanna (encantadora Susana)
Charming weather
Chasing the bee
Cherie
Cherry blossom lane
Chicago. That toddling town
Childhood days
Chili bean. Eenie-meeine-minie-mo
Chinee wedding bells
Ching ching Chinaman
Chirpin' the blues
Cielito lindo (beautiful heaven)
Cindy
Close to your heart
Close to your heart
Close your eyes
Cohan's pet names
Collegiate
Come along
Come back to Erin
Come back to me. Do you recall?
Come on and rock 'em with me
Come on Spark Plug!
Come to Mammoth cave in old Kentucky
Come to my heart
Come, be my wife!
Come, Josephine in my flying machine (Up she goes!)
Comfy, my dear, with you
Coming through the rye, Jennie mine
Cosy corner
Counterfeit Bill (from Louisville)
County Kerry Mary
Covered wagon days
Creepy (A skeleton jazz)
Crinoline days
Croonin' neath the cotton-pickin' moon
Crooning (Crooning lullabys)
Crying for the moon
Cupid will guide
Daisy days
Dance of the kutie kids
Dance-o-mania
Dancing fool
Dancing my worries away
Dapper Dan
Darling
Darling I-
Dat's de way to spell 'chicken'
Dawg-gone you
De pride of newspaper row
De Pullman porters ball
Dear heart
Dear little boy of mine
Dear little girlie
Dear little home of my dreams
Dear old Dixie moon
Dear old Dixieland (The choo, choo song)
Dear old girl
Dear old Southland
Dearest one (a serenade)
Dearest you're the nearest to my heart
Dearie girl do you miss me
Dearie, my dearie
Deenah. My Argentina rose
Deep in my heart, beloved
Delaware
Delia
Della-rhea
Democracy
Der faderland for mine
Desert Dreams
Desert gold
Desertana
Diamond horse-shoe
Dinah
Dirty hands! Dirty face!
Dividing the spoil
Dixie darling
Dixie is Dixie once more
Dixieland is happyland
Do a little this -- a little that
Do another break
Do it again!
Do you know?
Do you really want me (as I want you)
Do you?
Dolly I love you
Don't be angry dear
Don't breathe a word!
Don't cry little girl don't cry
Don't do anything till you hear from me
Don't feel sorry for me
Don't forget
Don't forget me when you're gone
Don't let the girlies get you
Don't lose your way
Don't take advantage (of my good nature)
Don't tempt me
Doo dah blues
Down by the meadow brook
Down by the Nile
Down by the old mill stream
Down by the river
Down Havana way
Down hearted blues
Down in Echo Valley
Down in hindu town
Down in midnight town
Down in my heart
Down in sunshine valley
Down in sweetheart town
Down lovers lane
Down on the Sandwich Isles
Down the trail to home sweet home
Down the winding road of dreams
Down where the cotton blossoms grow
Down where the Rio-Grande flows
Dream girl
Dream girl mine
Dream girl of the moonlight hours
Dream kiss
Dream pal
Dreaming my life away
Dreaming of to-morrow
Dreaming of you
Dreamland brings mem'ries of you
Dreams (I dream of you)
Dreams of love
Dreams of tomorrow
Dreamy Florida
Dreamy Hawaii
Dreamy melody
Drifting
Drifting with Mary
Drive my gloom away
Drop me a line
Drowsy head
Eddie Leonard blues
Egyptland
Ev'rybody's happy now
Every cloud has a silver lining (When I'm with you)
Every little girlie has a way of her own
Every little lullaby
Every night
Every tear is a smile in an Irishman's heart
Everybody is goin' to see Mary now
Everybody knows
Everybody wants a key to my cellar
Everybody's crazy over Dixie
Everything about you tells me that you'r Irish
Everything is K. O. in K - Y
Explanations
Eyes that say I love you
F-A-M-E
Faded love letters (of mine)
Fair dove, bring a message of love
Fair Helen
Fair one
Fairy tales (Cinderella song)
Fan - san
Fancies
Fancies, only fancies
Farewell
Farewell blues
Farewell prosperity
Fat fat Fatima
Feather your nest
Feelin' kind o' blue
Finale hoppers
Fires of faith
First last and always
Floatin' down to cotton town
Flower bells
Flower of Dixieland
Flying around the stars
Follow me. It's a very simple matter
Following in father's footsteps
Fond love, true love
For crying out loud
For ev'ry door that closes. Another will open for you
For every boy who's on the level (there's a girl who's on the square)
For I dream of you
For just we two
For she's just like the last rose of summer
For surely I will come back to you
For-get-me-not
Forgive me
Forgive me (for I can't forget)
Four o'clock blues
Freedom of the c's
Frenchy-Koo
Freshie
Friend of the world
Frisco ball
From Maine to Oregon
From someone in France, to someone in Somerset
Fu-ji
Games of boyhood days
Gee! but aint America a grand old place
Gee! But I hate to go home alone
Gee! but I hate to go home alone
George Washington
Georgette
Georgia baby
Georgia moonlight
Get hot
Gianina
Girl of mine
Girl of my golden dream
Girl, girl, girl
Give me the good old days
Give me the moonshine of my old Kentucky home
Give me the sultan's harem (won't you give that harem to me)
Gob's parade
God bring back our boys safe home again
God gives us one mother that's all
Golden gate (Open for me)
Golden May days
Good as gold
Good bye Teddy Roosevelt. You were a real American
Good fellow gal
Good Mister Santa Claus bring back mamma
Good morning Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip!
Good morning, dearie!
Good night dearie
Good night, good night
Good-bye little girl, good-bye
Good-bye, good luck, God bless you is all that I can say
Good-bye, my Emerald land
Goodbye - Bargravia
Goodbye Sally
Goodbye, good luck, God bless you
Goodnight Angeline
Goodnight, Angeline
Got to cool my doggies now (got to cool my puppies now)
Gray days
Grieving for you
Grin
Gulf Coast blues
Gypsy rose
Half a married man
Happiness
Happiness (Where are you?)
Happy (What a lucky boy was he)
Happy butterfly
Happy days
Happy Hottentot
Harem life : outside of that every little thing's all right
Has anybody seen my kitty? (Come pussy! Pussy! Pussy!)
Hats off to the red white and blue
Haunted love
Haunting blues
Have a smile for everyone you meet and they will have a smile for you
Hawaiian blues
Hawaiian chimes
Hawaiian eyes
Hawaiian nights
Hawaiian serenade
Hawaiian twilight
Hawaiianola
He may be your man but he comes to see me sometimes
He went in like a lion and came out like a lamb
He will always remember the little things you do
He's had no lovin' for a long, long time
He's me pal
Heart-breakers
Hearts
Heaven is like Dixie after all
Heigho! for the feminine sex
Hello bluebird
Her name is Maud
Here come the soldiers
Here comes Dinah (belle of the ball)
Here's love and success to you!
Here's to old Ireland
Here's your hat, what's your hurry?
Hey Rube
Hey! Paw!
Hi - yo. A Chinese romance
High brown blues (any man who trusts a gal)
Hindu man
Hindu moon
Hirsch - trot
His nose was on the mantelpiece
Hold me in your heart
Hollyhock lane
Home is never home without a beautiful girl
Home sweet home lullaby
Honey bunch
Honey I'm wanting you
Honey love moon
Honey, you were made for me
Honolulu
Honolulu eyes
Honolulu honey
Hope and Justice. The world's two most beautiful girls
Hoppy poppy girl
Hortense
Hot lips
How do they get that way
How dry I am
How many times
How to tell a fairy tale
Hullo, Home!
Humming
Husbands and wives
I ain't givin' nothin' away
I ain't gonna be nobody's fool
I ain't got enough for to pass around (so I guess I'll keep it all for myself)
I am a detective
I am wearing a mask of gladness
I call her sugar, she's so sweet
I can't do this and I can't do that
I can't forget your eyes
I certainly must be in love
I cried for you
I cried for you. Now it's your turn to cry over me
I did not intend to
I don't care about anything any more
I don't want nobody but you
I found a four leaf clover
I found a rose in the devil's garden
I found a wonderful friend
I found the sweetest rose that grows in Dixieland
I gave you up just before you threw me down
I got another lovin' mamma. Callin' me daddy now
I got it, you'll get it (just the same as me)
I guess I'm more like Mother than like Father
I had someone else before I had you (and I'll have someone after you're gone)
I hear you calling me
I know somebody who's crazy about you
I know what it means to be lonesome (I'm lonesome, so lonesome for you)
I left a wild, wild woman in france
I like it
I like London
I like to linger in the lingerie
I lost my heart to you
I love a musical comedy show
I love her - she loves me
I love my movie picture man
I love that
I love the name of Mary
I love the State of New Jersey
I love to fox-trot
I love to go swimmin' with wimmen
I love you all the more
I love you all the while
I love you because you're you
I love you Honolulu
I love you in the same old way (Darling Sue)
I love you just the same sweet Adeline
I love you truly
I met her at the ball
I might be your 'once-in-a-while'
I miss you all the while
I never had a pal like you
I never had the blues (until I left old Dixie-land)
I never knew
I never knew (I could love anybody like I'm loving you)
I never knew there was sunshine (until I met you)
I never met before a girl like you
I never miss
I never realized
I see your face
I spend my nights at the Knights of Columbus
I spoiled you
I think it must be love
I think of you by day. I dream of you by night
I thought I'd die
I used to love you but it's all over now
I want a doll
I want a lonely Romeo
I want a man for every day in the week (So I won't get those Sunday blues)
I want my mammy
I want the twilight and you
I want to be somebody's baby
I want to go where the cotton blossoms grow
I want to see - I want to be in old New Hampshire
I want to see my Ida Hoe in Idaho
I want to spread a little sunshine
I want to take your hand again and go where the daisies grow
I want you all of the time
I was more than lucky when I found you
I wasn't scared, but I just thought that I had better go
I wish the band would play
I wish there was a wireless to heaven
I wish you'd stay out of my dreams
I won't say I will but I won't say I won't
I wonder how the old folks are at home
I wonder if dreams come true
I wonder if there's a silver lining (shining in the clouds for me)
I wonder if you still care for me
I wonder if you will be home
I wonder who (has taken my place with you)
I wonder why I love you
I'd climb the highest mountain (if I knew I'd find you)
I'd climb the highest mountain if I knew I'd find you
I'd like to have a little girl like you
I'd like to know why I fell in love with you
I'd love to be a monkey in the zoo
I'd love to build a love nest for you
I'd rather see a minstrel show
I'd still believe in you
I'll always be lonely for you
I'll always be waiting for you
I'll be back home in Indiana. In the morning
I'll be glad to get back to my home town
I'll be in my Dixie home again to-morrow
I'll be there
I'll be true to you
I'll be with you in apple blossom time
I'll be with you when the clouds roll by
I'll be with you when the roses bloom again
I'll build a stairway to paradise
I'll dance my way right back to dixieland
I'll do what the rest do
I'll forget you
I'll give them back to you
I'll keep a warm spot in my heart for you
I'll keep on loving you
I'll miss you, old Ireland. God bless you, good-bye
I'll say so
I'll take you home again, Kathleen
I'm a cake eating man
I'm a human pousse cafe
I'm a jay hawk
I'm always stuttering
I'm an Indian
I'm coming back to say good bye
I'm coming back to you my Texas
I'm drifting back to dreamland
I'm forever thinking of you (wearing my heart away)
I'm glad I can make you cry
I'm goin' out if Lizzie comes in
I'm goin' South
I'm goin' to break that Mason-Dixon Line (until I get to that girl of mine)
I'm going back to California that's where I belong
I'm gonna get you
I'm in love
I'm just a little blue (for you)
I'm just like a wheel that is turning by the old mill stream
I'm like a ship without a sail
I'm lonesome for someone like mother
I'm looking all around for a vampire
I'm looking for a bluebird (to chase my blues away)
I'm losing my heart to someone
I'm not to blame
I'm now a millionaire
I'm on my way to Dublin Bay
I'm on the water wagon now
I'm only a pilgrim
I'm sitting on top of the world (just rolling along-just rolling along)
I'm so ambitious
I'm so lonesome
I'm so tired of dreaming (Dixie Lee)
I'm sorry
I'm the ghost of that good man John Barleycorn
I'm the good man that was so hard to find
I'm the guy who guards the harem (and my heart's in my work)
I'm through (shedding tears over you)
I'm trying
I'm waiting for ships that never come in
I'm worried over you
I've been decorated
I've danced to beat the band
I've got the blues for my Kentucky home
I've got the mumps
I've got the red white and blues
I've got the rumatiz
I've got the shimmee blues
I've got the sweet Hawaiian moonlight blues
I've got the Yes! We have no banana blues
I've had 57 varieties of sweethearts
I've lost my heart to the meanest gal in town
I've made up my mind to mind a maid made up like you
I've never loved another girl like I love you
I've shaken ev'rything I've got and now I'll shake you
I've waited so long
I, and myself, and me
Ida! Sweet as apple cider
Idol of them all
Idola
If a bee won't behave in a bee-hive
If all my dreams were made of gold I'd buy the world for you
If I had my choice of dreams
If I had my way, pretty baby
If I only had a home sweet home
If I only had a sweetheart just like you
If I should lose you
If I was what I ain't instead of what I is
If love were all
If our lives could be lived again
If shamrocks grew along the Swanee shore
If winter comes
If you care
If you don't believe I love you (look what a fool I've been)
If you were only here
If you would care for a lonely heart
If you're only fooling 'round me (why don't you put me wise?)
Ikey eisenstein
Immigration Rose
In a boat (for two)
In a cozy kitchenette apartment
In a kingdom of our own
In candy land with you
In daddy's arms
In dreams alone
In fair Japan
In love with love
In loving time
In memory, of our late beloved star ther's a new star in heaven tonight (Rudolph Valentino)
In my garden of eden for two
In my little coupe
In my merry Oldsmobile
In my palace of dreams
In my tippy canoe
In my wonderful dreams of you
In old Ben Franklin's days
In old Kentucky
In San Diego
In sweet September
In that little Irish home sweet home
In the baggage coach ahead
In the bamboo-tree
In the dusk
In the evening by the moonlight long ago
In the evening, by the moonlight dear
In the garden of to-morrow
In the harbor of home, sweet home
In the heart of a fool
In the land of sweet sixteen
In the land where they don't say good-bye
In the little red school house
In the shadow of the old oak tree
In the year of fifty-fifty
In those dear old Dixie days
In twilight (with you)
In twilight time
Indiana
Indiana Lullaby
Indiana moon
Indianola
Influenza blues
Innocent eyes
Iowa corn song
Ireland is Ireland to me
Is it worth while
Isle of paradise
It ain't gonna rain no mo'
It seems like ages and ages and you've only been gone a day
It was a dream
It will never be dry down in Havana (No matter what happens 'round here)
It's a small world after all
It's a wonderful world after all
It's always Pa or Ma
It's getting dark on old Broadway
It's nice to get up in the mornin'. But it's nicer to lie in bed
It's nice to get up in the mornin'. But it's nicer to lie in bed
It's only a step from Killarney to heaven
It's the only one for me
It's your lovely disposition
Ivy (cling to me)
Jabberwocky
Jazz baby
Jazzin' the alphabet
Jealous blues
Jean
Jeanie McGreegor
Jene sais pa pa
Ji-Ji-Boo
Jinga-bula-jing-jing
Joe Turner blues
Jografree
Johnny's in town
Join our jubilee
Jolly me
Journey's end
June I love no one but you
June moon
Just a girl - just a boy
Just a girl like you
Just a girl that men forget
Just a home
Just a little wild flower
Just a rose
Just a week from to-day
Just another kiss
Just as long as you have me
Just for to-night
Just for to-night (Nur eine nacht)
Just for you and you alone
Just leave it to me
Just like the house that Jack built
Just like the rose
Just wanting you
Just you
Just you and I
Ka-lu-a
Kalua moon
Kansas City man blues
Kashmiri song
Kathleen
Katinka
Keep on smiling till the whole world smiles with you
Keep the home-fires burning (till the boys come home)
Kentucky
Kentucky Babe
Kentucky blues. (I've got the blues for my Kentucky home)
Kentucky dream
Kentucky echoes
Kentucky home
Kharmine
Kicky-koo
Kill 'em with kindness
Killarney rose
Kimono
King Solomon
King Tut blues
Kiss me my love
Kiss me, dear
Kisses
Kissing time
Kissing time. Selection
Koolemoff
Kuu iini
La golondrina
La Rosita
Lady Luck
Lady of the evening
Lamp of love
Land of Romance
Land where lovers go
Last go round blues
Last night on the back porch (I loved her best of all)
Lay low Lizzie
Learn to do the strut
Leave me with a smile
Leave me your love when you're gone
Legend of the pearls
Let the rest of the world go by
Let us keep the shimmie
Let us swear it by the pale moonlight
Let us waltz as we say goodbye
Let's go
Let's go fishing my dear
Let's kiss
Let's put an end to profiteering days
Let's wander away
Letter song
Libby
Liberty Bell (It's time to ring again)
Life and love
Lightfoot
Like a beautiful flower (shining in sunshine and shower)
Like swallow flying
Limehouse blues
Lindy sue
Linger awhile. Reste Encore Un Peu
Lips
Lips! Lips! Lips!
Listen
Little Alabama coon
Little Annie Rooney
Little bird of paradise
Little black me
Little butterfly
Little by little you're breaking my heart
Little crumbs of happiness you gave me long ago
Little darling Marguerite
Little dottie, little tottie
Little girls good bye
Little lost flower
Little pal of long ago
Little Sunshine
Little thoughts
Little yaller dog
Live for to-day
Logic
Lola
Lonely little wallflow'r
Lonesome land
Lonesome lips
Lonesome mama
Lonesome nights
Look for the silver lining
Louisian'
Louisiana home
Louisville Lou. The vampin' lady
Love
Love and kisses
Love days
Love flies everywhere
Love is an old fashion'd feeling
Love is just a flower
Love is just the same old game in every land
Love is like a cigarette
Love me
Love me and I will live forever
Love me and the world is mine
Love me little lady
Love me! Love me!
Love of mine
Love sends a little gift of roses
Love that is true
Love will find a way
Love, love, love
Lovely Rose
Lovey came back
Lovin' Sam (The sheik of Alabam')
Lullaby
Lullaby blues. In the evening
M-o-n-e-y
Ma
Ma blushin' Rosie
Macushla Asthore
Madelon (I'll be true to the whole regiment)
Madrigal of May
Magic moon
Mam'zelle Josette
Mama's got the blues
Mamma loves papa. Papa loves mamma
Mamma's China twins
Mammy Lou
Mammy O' mine
Mammy's loving lullaby
Man in the moon
Mandy
Manila memories
Many years
March
March of the forty thieves
Marcheta
Margie
Marry 'em young, treat 'em rough, tell 'em nothing!
Marry for wealth
Mary you must marry me
Mary, dear (some day we will meet again)
Mayme
Mazie
Me-ow
Meet me to-night in dreamland
Meet your wives and sweethearts boys at Luna park tonight
Mello cello
Melody Moon
Memories
Memories of Virginia
Memory-land
Mexicali rose (Mexicali rosa)
Miami moon (Miami d'amour)
Midsummer maiden
Midway plaisance
Mignonette. Poor little flower
Milady's perfume
Military decoration dance
Mimi, the bells are ringing
Mint juleps
Miss Liberty
Mississippi choo-choo
Mississippi ripples
Mister Gallagher and Mister Shean
Misterioso
Molly O'Malley and me
Moments. Jewels of memory
Mon homme (my man)
Mont Martre
Moon river
Moonlight
Moonlight Hawaii and you
Moonlight in Mandalay
Moonlight on the Swannee river
Morning glory
Moses Levi Cohn
Mother alone
Mother and home
Mother did
Mother Machree
Mother mine
Mother was a lady
Mother's love is best love of all
Mother's melody
Mother's rosary of love
Mother's tears
Move into my heart
Moxie
Murmuring
My 'might have been'
My alpine yodling sweetheart
My baby's arms
My Bajadere
My beautiful tiger girl
My best pal is a little southern gal
My bridal veil
My buddies
My budding rose
My buddy
My castles in the air are tumbling down
My Chinese butterfly
My Chinese cherry blossom
My cradle melody
My Cuban pearl
My daddy's coming home
My darling May
My darling Nelly Gray
My darling, my love and my own
My dear old Ohio home
My dearie
My desert love
My dream of love
My easy ridin' man
My gal (she has some wonderful ways)
My gal is a high born lady
My garden that blooms for you
My Georgia mammy
My golden Kansas
My Hawaiian melody
My Hawaiian sunshine
My home town is a one horse town (but it's big enough for me)
My honey's lovin' arms
My Honolula maiden
My husband's dearest friend
My Indiana dream
My indispensable girl
My laddie : a Scotch love-song
My lady of the lamp
My lady of the nile
My land
My last dollar
My life is love
My little 'lasses candy coon
My little bimbo down on the Bamboo Isle
My little book of poetry
My little dancing heart
My little girl
My little madamoselle
My little rambling rose
My little sister Mary
My little sunshine
My little Suzanne
My lonesome child
My lonesome Lou
My long lost love Lenore
My Machree's lullaby
My mammy
My mammy's lullaby
My mammy. The sun shines east - the sun shines west
My man (mon homme)
My manicure maid
My memory of you
My Minnesota
My mother's kiss was sweeter than them all
My motter
My new kentucky home
My old Hawaiian home
My old Irish mother
My ole Virginny home
My oriental girl (my Lilly Chee)
My otaheitee lady
My rambler Rose
My regular girl is a regular feller
My rosary for you
My rose of Mandalay
My song
My southern home
My spooky ookum!
My sunny Tennessee
My sunshine Jane
My sweet little bumble bee
My sweetie knows
My sweetie went away (she didn't say where, when or why)
My tambourine girl
My wedding day
My yesterday. Barcarolle
Mytyl and Tyltyl. The blue bird song
Na lei o Hawaii. Song of the islands
Nancy's farewell
Nanette. L'Amour perdu
Nanking blues
Nashville nightingale
Nature divine
Naughty little lady-o
Nellie Kelly I love You
Nellie McGee
Nesting time
Nestle in your daddy's arms
Never let no one man worry your mind
Nevermore
New Jer - Z (New Jer - Z, Wet, New Jer - Z, Dry)
New Orleans hop scop blues
Newport is waiting for me
Next to your mother, who do you love?
Night
Night hawk blues
Nightie night
Nightingale bring me a rose
No one's to blame but you
No use crying
No wonder I'm lonesome
No, no, Nora : a dancing song
Nobody ever brings presents to me
Nobody knows how I miss you. Dear old pals
Nobody to love
Normandy
Not now, but by the moon
Not yet, Suzette!
Now and then but not all the time
Now it's up to you
Nuthin' But
O love divine!
O sole mio
O' Brien is tryin' to learn to talk Hawaiian
O' promise me that (you will never cry)
O-Saroo-Saroo
Oh death where is thy sting
Oh die weiber!
Oh gee! Oh gosh! (I love you)
Oh Georgie
Oh girlie of mine
Oh Helen!
Oh how I long for someone
Oh how I miss you to-night
Oh joy! : toddle song
Oh the ladies
Oh! gee, oh! gosh, oh! golly I'm in love
Oh! Didn't it rain
Oh! How I laugh when I think how I cried about you
Oh! the last rose of Summer (was the sweetest rose of all)
Oh, brother, what a feelin'!
Oh, how I miss you to-night
Oh, how I miss you tonight
Oh, my darling Tilly
Oh, what a tune!
Old calico of blue
Old fashioned flowers
Old fashioned garden
Old fashioned girl in a gingham gown
Old fashioned love
Old fashioned sweetheart of mine
Old folks at home
Old Joe blues
Old man jazz
Ole Virginny
On a little farm in Normandie
On circus day
On furlough
On Hawaiian bay
On Iowa
On my private telephone
On the 'gin, 'gin, 'Ginny shore
On the Alamo
On the banks of the bronx
On the banks of the Wabash far away
On the bay of Biscay
On the beach at Waikiki
On the lagoon
On the Ozark trail
On the Rio Grande
On the Riviera
On the road to Mandalay
On the trail to Santa Fe
On Wisconsin
Once again
Once in a blue moon (prince and girls)
Once upon a time
One and two and three and four. Rock-a-bye
One I love, two I love
One in the game of love
One little dream of love
One of these days
One Precious Day
Only one of anything
Only you
Onward, Christian soldiers
Oogie oogie wa wa
Ooh la la
Open your arms my Alabamy
Orange blossom time
Oriental eyes
Our little love affair
Our love of yesterday
Our navy
Out in California
Out of the dusk to you
Out of the dust
Out there in the sunshine with you
Out where the West begins
Outside of that he's alright with me
Over the hill where the road takes a turn
Over there and over here!
Overalls
Overalls and calico
Pack up your sins and go to the Devil
Page Mister Cupid
Pahjamah
Panama twilight
Papa's pants will soon fit Willie
Parisian Pierrot
Parisiola (Pa-ree-zee-o-la)
Pass it along to father
Patches
Pathways
Pay the piper
Pearl of the east
Peck's bad boy
Peg o'my heart
Pegeen
Peggy
Peggy Dear
Peggy Magee Malone
Peggy O'Neil
Pekin
Pensacola blues (home again croon)
People like us
Persia
Personal liberty (We can't work if we don't get beer)
Petrushka
Piano man
Piano Selection from Irving Berlin's Second Annual Music Box Revue
Pick me up and lay me down in dear old Dixieland
Pickaninny's slumber song
Picnic in the sky
Piking the pike
Pining
Plant a watermelon on my grave and let the juice soak through
Plantation lullaby
Play it a long time papa (blues)
Play me a Dixie melody
Playmates
Pleading
Pleasant dreams
Please don't ask me why
Please don't jazz my mammy's lullaby
Please don't take away the girls
Please learn to love
Please say you love me ('cause I love you)
Please, Mr. Santa Claus, don't forget me
Poor bird of paradise
Poor little me
Poppy blossom
Potsdam
Pousse-cafe
Pretty edelweiss
Pretty kitty Kelly
Pretty little Cinderella
Pretty Miss Virginia
Pretty rose
Pride of the caravan
Prisoners of love
Pucker up and whistle
Pullman Porter blues
Purple dream
Queen o' hearts : selection
Racing blues
Ragamuffin
Raggedy Ann
Ragtime caveman of mine
Ragtime in the air
Rainbow ball
Rap-tap-a-tap
Rastus Johnson, U. S. A.
Redhead
Remeber the rose
Rememb'ring
Ring dang ding dang doo
Rio grande
Rio nights (The dreamiest of dreamy waltzes)
Rip Van Winkle slept with one eye open
Rivoli
Roamin' in the gloamin'
Roaming away from me
Rock - rock - rock. Let me rock in my old rocking - chair
Rock-a-bye baby
Rock-a-bye lullaby mammy
Rocked in the cradle of the deep
Rockin' in de win'
Rodolph Valentino blues
Roguish Rosie Reilly
Rosa
Rosalie
Rose
Rose dreams
Rose of Algiers
Rose of Araby
Rose of China
Rose of my heart
Rose of my heart (Rose de mon coeur)
Rose of Spain
Rose of the Rio Grande
Rose of the underworld
Rose of the world
Rose room song. In sunny roseland
Rose, sweet rose
Roses bring memories of you
Roses bring sweet thoughts of you
Roses of arcadie
Roses of picardy
Rosie
Rosy cheeks
Round on the end and high in the middlie O - hi - o
Ruby
Runnin' wild! : an ebony jazz tune
Sail away for lullabye bay
Sail home
Sal-o-may = Salome
Same old places
Sand dunes. My desert rose
Santa Rosa Rose
Sas'parilla women and song
Save a little daylight for me
Save your money, John
Say it while dancing
Say it with music
Say you'll be mine
Say-on-ar-a
Scandinavia (sing dose song and make dose music)
See old man moon smile
Selection from Buddies
Selection from Chauncey Olcott's Macushla
Selection from Honey girl
Selection from It happened in Nordland
Selection from Little Nellie Kelly
Selection from Love birds
Selection from Take it from me
Selection from The happy cavalier
Selection from The royal vagabond
Selection from The velvet lady
Semcoe
Send me a bluebird with beautiful blue eyes
Sentiment
Settle down-travel 'round
Seven or eleven (my Dixie pair o' dice)
Shadows always make me blue
Shaky eyes
Shantung
She dreams he's a babe in the cradle again (Her boy who now sleeps over there)
She gypped Egypt on the Nile
She made him behave (because she knew he loved her too)
She wouldn't do (what I asked her to)
She's the daughter of Mother Machree
Shepherd's love
Shimmy moon
Shine on Oriental moon
Ship o'dreams. A reverie
Show me around and around
Show me how
Show me the way to go home
Shreveport Blues (an ode to my home town)
Shrine songs. Honolulu, 1922
Shufflin' Mose
Siam
Side by side
Sierra Sue
Sighing
Sighing for you
Silence of love
Silver threads among the gold
Sing me a song of the south
Sipping cider thru a straw (thipping thider thru a thtraw)
Sittin' in a corner
Sixty seconds-ev'ry minute, I think of you
Sleep baby sleep
Sleep precious one
Sligo
Slumber little jungle maid
Small town girl
Smile all the while
Smile on
Smilin'
Smilin' through
Snowballing
Snuggle
So I took the fifty thousand dollars
So long oo-long
So this is love
Sobbin' blues
Softly sing the old songs
Soldier's all
Some big something
Some day
Some day I'll make you glad
Some how it's not the same
Some little bug is going to find you
Some little girl
Some night
Some of these days
Some one like you
Some other bird whistled a tune
Some pretty day
Some sunny day
Some sweet day
Somebody
Somebody loves you bluebird
Somebody misses somebody's kisses
Somebody's coming to my house
Somebody's darling boy
Somebody's mother
Somebody's waiting for someone
Somebody's wrong
Someone I love
Someone like you
Someone loves you after all. (The rain song)
Something
Something said you
Sometime
Sometime when you are dreaming
Sometimes
Somewhere a heart is breaking and calling me back to you
Somewhere a rainbow lies
Somewhere a voice is calling
Somewhere in Honolulu
Somewhere, there's a rainbow shining
Somnambula
Song of my heart
Song of Persia. Persian rug song
Soothing
South sea eyes
Spooky nights
Sport
Spring is a lady
Springtime
St. Louis blues
Stand by the yanks
Stand up and fight like H
Stand up and sing for your father. An old time tune
Star of love
Starlight
Stars
State street blues
Stay in your own backyard
Step along with me
Steppin' out
Stepping stones
Stop look listen
Stop looking at me
Stop your kiddin'
Stop, stop, stop
Stories
Strawberries and cream
Strike!
Strut Miss Lizzie
Stumbling
Sugar blues
Sullivan
Sun ray
Sunday's child
Sunny Florida
Sunny Jim
Sunrise and you
Sunset valley
Sunshine
Sunshine Mary
Sunshine of love
Sunshine rose
Sunshine Sue
Suppose the rose were you
Supposing
Susan
Susan Doozan
Suzette
Swanee blues
Swanee River blues
Swanee River moon
Swanee smiles
Swaying
Sweet and low
Sweet baby mine
Sweet blushing roses
Sweet cider time when you were mine
Sweet daddy
Sweet Genevieve
Sweet Hawaiian moonlight. (Tell her of my love)
Sweet Jasamine
Sweet Kentucky lady
Sweet kisses
Sweet lady
Sweet lavender
Sweet little bon-bon
Sweet mamma
Sweet woman
Sweet yesterdays
Sweetheart
Sweetheart I long for you
Sweetheart land
Sweetheart mine!
Sweetheart o' mine
Sweetheart true
Sweetheart waltz
Sweetheart, do you remember
Sweets to the sweet
Swingin' down the lane
Swinging vine
Ta de da da de dum. Dangerous blues
Tackin' 'Em Down
Take 'em to the door. That's all there is there ain't no more blues
Take a little wife
Take back your gold
Take care of the man in a uniform
Take it from me
Take Me
Take me back
Take me back to dear old blighty
Take me back to old St. Augustine
Take me back to sweetheart land
Take me back to your garden of roses
Take me to the land of jazz
Tammany
Teach me
Teach me to pray
Tears
Tears tell
Teasin'
Tee-pee blues
Tell her while the waltz is playing
Tell me that you miss me
Tell me the old, old story
Tell me what's the matter lovable eyes
Tell that to the marines!
Tenement rose
Tennessee moon
Tennessee tune
Teresa Marie
Thanks to you
That aeroplane rag
That Arabian melodie
That beautiful home of the rose
That brown skin baby mine
That cozy little cottage home our own
That da-da strain
That gentle old granny of mine
That haunting waltz
That is on the q. t.
That linger longer look
That little grey house without any key
That little old house of O'Reilly's
That loving mother of mine
That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune
That night in Araby
That old fashioned sweetheart of mine
That old gang of mine
That old Irish mother of mine
That parisian rag
That pyramid jazz
That reminiscent melody
That revolutionary rag
That tumble-down shack in Athlone
That wonderful kid from Madrid
That wonderful mother of mine
That wonderful souvenir strain
That's a mother's liberty loan
That's an Irish lullaby
That's how I believe in you
That's how the Shannon flows
That's how you can tell they're Irish
That's some love
That's that!
That's the feller
That's what god made mother for
That's when I dream of you
That's when I'm pining for you
That's why god loves the Irish
That's why I can't forget
That's why I know I love you
That's why I love you
That's worth while waiting for
The 'gimmies'
The Alaskan. Selections
The ameer. Selection
The American idea. Selection
The American rag time
The Argentines, the Portuguese and the Greeks
The art of making love
The baby looks like me
The Baltimore blues
The bells of St. Mary's
The birth of the blues
The boule miche
The boy from the house next door
The boy who stuttered and the girl who lisped
The bride and the groom
The bug song
The call of the cosy little home
The click of her little brogans
The crystal lute
The dance they call the tres bien rag
The Dardanella blues
The Dolly Bar rag and shipbuilders drag
The eternal flame
The eyes of the girl I love
The face of the girl I love
The fives
The food song
The gates of gladness (on the road to sunshine land)
The Geisha girl in Tokio
The gingham girl : selection
The girl I used to know
The girl in the gingham gown
The girl or the gown?
The girl with a brogue
The glow-worm
The greatest love of all
The heart of dixie
The Heavens are a mother's service flag
The hinky dee
The hippodrome tango
The homes they hold so dear. Deep in the glow of twilight
The hula blues
The Iowa corn song
The Irish were Egyptians long ago
The island of By and By
The khaki and the blue (The new battle cry of freedom)
The king of the winds
The kiss
The lady in Ermine
The land of the beautiful dream
The lantern song
The light that shines forever (is the light at home sweet home)
The Lilac Tree
The little church around the corner
The little poster maid
The little red lacquer cage
The love nest
The love that never fades away
The lullaby of love
The magic hour
The man o' my dreams
The marines' hymn
The marriage knot
The Memphis blues or (Mister Crump)
The message of my bouquet
The monkey doodle doo
The morals of a sailor-man
The moth and the flame
The moth and the gay bumble bee
The music of the wedding chimes
The name of Kelly
The Natchez and the Robert E. Lee
The national army man
The navy goat
The night the moon-and you
The Okoboji waltz
The old maids ball
The older they get, the younger they want 'em
The only song I can remember
The other page is missing
The parade of the wooden soldiers
The passion flower
The pipes of Pan are calling
The place we call our home
The Pullman porters on parade
The purple lily
The rainbow
The Road to Romany
The roar of Broadway
The rose I call sweetheart
The rose of an hour
The runaway train
The same old two
The schoolhouse blues
The seaside sultan
The second violin
The sidewalks of New York
The song of songs
The St. Louis blues
The star and the rose
The stars alone can tell
The stone outside Dan Murphy's door
The Sunday dress parade
The sweetest story ever told
The sweetheart of sigma chi
The tanglefoot
The time will come
The tossefolah girls
The totem pole
The trail to yesterday
The trousseau incomplete
The twinkle in your eye
The valley of dreams
The valley of the giants
The voice in my heart
The waltz of long ago
The waltz of love
The wearing of the green
The wreck on the Southern Old 97
The Yankee Doodle blues
The yellow dog blues. He's gone where the southern cross' the yellow dog
Then I'm not missing you
Then you'll know you're home
Then you'll wish for me
There are fairies at the bottom of our garden
There are just two I's in Dixie
There comes a some day
There is always one you can't forget
There is life in the old boy yet
There must be a way to love you
There never was a girl like you
There ought to be music in every home
There was a day
There's a down in Dixie feelin'
There's a garden down in Dixieland called Alabam
There's a girl in Chateau Thierry
There's a girl in the heart of Maryland
There's a little spark of love still burning
There's a long, long trail
There's a typical Tipperary over here
There's a warm spot in my heart for Virginia
There's always someone longing when you're many miles from me
There's nothing too fine for the finest!
There's only one that I would lose my sleep for
There's silver in your hair
There's someone more lonesome than you
They always follow me
They call it dancing
They gotta quit kickin' my dawg aroun'
They may be old, but they want to be loved
They needed a songbird in heaven
They'll all have a smile for you
They're all sweeties
They're so jealous of me
Thinking of you
This is what the girls said to me
Those days are over
Those since-I-met-you days
Those snow capped hills of Maine
Those star spangled nights in Dixieland
Thou mighty Kismet the golden sunset
Thoughts of yore
Thousand and one nights
Three little words
Three o'clock in the morning
Thrills
Throw me a kiss
Thru the night
Thy heart my prize
Till I met you
Till the sands of the desert grow cold
Till we meet again
Tim Rooney's at the fightin'
Time after time
Time will tell
Tin roof blues
Tiny
Tipperary Nora
Tishomingo blues
To be together is the thing
To be worthy
To have and to hold
To the Saints of that wedding march (It's a long, long walk)
To-night's my night with baby
Toddle all over town
Tom-tom
Tomorrow
Tomorrow land
Too long from Long Acre Square
Too many kisses mean too many tears
Toot, toot, tootsie! (Goo' bye)
Toreadora
Toys (Toys are not only for children)
Tra-la-la
Tripoli (on the shores of Tripoli)
Tropical blues
Trot one step march two step
True love never runs smooth
Truly
Truly! truly!
Tuck me to sleep in my old Tucky home
Tulip time
Turkey in the straw
Turn back the universe and give me yesterday
Twilight in Barakeesh
Two little love birds
Two's company, three's a crowd
Tyup (Hitch your wagon to a star)
Ukulele lady
Uncle Sam blues. One strain blues
Under the china moon
Under the honeymoon
Underneath a big umbrella
Underneath Hawaiian skies. (Sous le ciel d'Hawaii)
Underneath the Dixie moon
Unexpectedly
Until my luck comes rolling along
Up in Mabel's room
Up in the clouds
Upstairs and down
Valparaiso
Valse
Venetian blues
Virginia blues
Wait for me
Waiting for you
Wal, I swan!
Wal, I swan! Gid-dap Napoleon
Walk, Jenny, walk!
Waltz entrancing
Waltz me (to sleep in your arms)
Waltz me right into your heart
Waltz of my heart
Wandering home
Was Mrs. Macbeth really sleeping? (When she took that famous walk)
We don't know why we love
We must have a song to remember
We take it, just take it from you
We'll build a dear little, cute little love nest some sweet day
We're gonna have a Dixie wedding down on the Swanee shore
We're nearing the day
Weep no more. (My mammy)
Weeping willow lane
West Indies blues
Westward ho! (The covered wagon march)
Wha Wha. (That imaginary isle)
What a position for me!
What a wonderful girl was pearl
What can I say after I say I'm sorry?
What could be sweeter than you?
What do we care if it's one o'clock (or two, or three, or four)
What do you do Sunday, Mary?
What do you do Sundays, Mary?
What you don't know won't hurt you
What's in a name? (Love is always love)
When a fellah' has turned sixteen
When cupid holds the reins
When hearts are young
When I get back to Memphis, Tennessee
When I met you
When it's apple blossom time in Normandy
When it's night-time in Italy it's Wednesday over here
When it's springtime in the Rockies
When lights are low
When the birds in Georgia sing of Tennessee
When the cat's away
When the cherry blossoms fall (love is love)
When the leaves come tumbling down
When the little birds are sleeping
When the peach bloom tumbles down
When the sun goes down in Romany. My heart goes roaming back to you
When the wedding bells are ringing
When they're old enough to know better. It's better to leave them alone
When Tommy Atkins marries Dolly Gray
When you and I were young Maggie blues
When you are mine
When you go a-hunting dusky maid
When you see another sweetie hanging around (that's the time you'll want to come back to me)
When you walked out someone else walked right in
When you're in love
Where is the man of my dreams
Where the black-eyed susans grow
Where the silvery Colorado wends its way
Where the sweet Hawaiian breezes blow
Whispering
Whispering hope
Whistle a tune
Who can tell
Who comes in my garden?
Who done it?
Who loved you best?
Who'll buy my violets? (La violetera)
Who'll take my place when I'm gone
Who's sorry now?
Why didn't I meet you long ago
Why should I cry over you?
Wicked blues
Will o' wisp
Will she come from the East? (East - North - West or South)
Will you be true?
Will-o'-the-wisp
Wimmin. I've got to have 'em that's all!
Without kissing, love isn't love
Wolverine blues
Won't you cuddle up a little closer?
Wonderful eyes
Wonderful one
Wonderful war
Wyoming. (Go to sleep, my baby)
Yearning (Just for you)
Yes! We have no bananas
You and only you
You are free
You can have ev'ry light on Broadway. (Give me that one little light at home)
You can have him, I don't want him, didn't love him anyhow blues
You cannot make your shimmy shake on tea
You don't need the wine to have a wonderful time while they still make those beautiful girls
You for me
You know and I know
You need someone, someone needs you
You never can tell
You planted a rose in the garden of love
You remind me of my mother
You started something
You tell her - I stutter
You told me to go
You'd be surprised
You'll feel better then
You'll see the day
You're my heart's desire; I love you, Nellie Dean
You're the only girl that made me cry
You've got to see Mamma ev'ry night (or you can't see Mamma at all)
Your second wife
Your voice I hear
Yours for me and mine for you


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Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
From: George Seto - af221@chebucto.ns.ca
Date: 27 Sep 04 - 03:35 PM

Lovely site. Thanks!


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Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
From: GUEST,Norma Campbell
Date: 14 Oct 05 - 01:42 AM

I grew up haering my father play guitar and sing "Stay in your own backyard". He was an early radio country music pioneer, in Southwestern, Va, where I live. He was a marvelously multi-talented musician, and singer. He performed from late 1920's-to mid-50's. Sadly, he passed away in 2001, after a battle with many, debilitating strokes. I always loved this song, for its somewhat mounful melody and sweet words. While, some might would take offense at some of the words(coon, pickaninny), I don't see them as meant to degrade. BUT there are many more words to the song, than I have seen here. I am trying to write them all down, as I remember them, in case anyone is interested..I will post them...when I am thru...Nomra


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Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
From: Jim McLean
Date: 14 Oct 05 - 06:20 AM

Yes, a great site. When I clicked 'View file' it appeared straight away. I clicked on the Save icon and it appeared with the pdf extension so I just saved it. It opened no bother in Acrobat when I later double clicked it. One only has to rename it to save another as Jim Dixon rightly pointed out it was saved as 'librarian.pdf'.


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Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
From: Joe Offer
Date: 14 Oct 05 - 12:44 PM

And just so they don't get missed, here are:

  • The Lester Levy Sheet Music Collection

  • American Memory Collection (of the Library of Congress)

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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Q (Frank Staplin)
    Date: 14 Oct 05 - 01:58 PM

    Don't forget-

    UNIVERSITY COLORADO AT BOULDER COLLECTION
    Western Trails

    The covers alone are worth a visit or two.

    Amedrican- medical song sheets?


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Q (Frank Staplin)
    Date: 14 Oct 05 - 02:04 PM

    University of Colorado- Go to their 'browse" link and check their RAGTIME collection and other collections.


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Joybell
    Date: 14 Oct 05 - 06:38 PM

    Thank you Roger and all.
    Norma, In the 1950s my Mum sang "Stay in Your Own Backyard" too. I was raised in Melbourne Australia so it was just as popular here. I identified with the child in the song even though I was considered "different" for reasons other than because of my race.
                                                 Cheers, Joy


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archives
    From: Joe Offer
    Date: 05 Aug 06 - 07:01 PM

    Here's another couple:
    Copied from the UCLA site:

    Other Digital Sheet Music Collections

    > Lester Levy Collection of Sheet Music - Johns Hopkins University > African American Sheet Music - Brown University
    > Historic American Sheet Music - Duke University > 19th-century California Sheet Music - UC Berkeley
    > Music for the Nation - Library of Congress > Florida Sheet Music Collection - University of South Florida
    > Center for Popular Music - Middle Tennessee University > Charles H. Templeton Sheet Music Collection - Mississippi State University
    > Nineteenth-Century American Sheet Music Digitization Project - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill > Keffer Collection of Sheet Music, ca. 1790-1895 - University of Pennsylvania
    > Performing Arts in America, 1875-1923 - New York Public Library > Sam DeVincent Collection of Illustrated American Sheet Music, ca. 1790-1980 - Smithsonian Institution


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archives
    From: The Fooles Troupe
    Date: 05 Aug 06 - 09:55 PM

    National Library of Australia Musical Collections

    The Library holds the largest research collection of music in Australia. Its strengths are in retrospective and contemporary Australiana, including printed music, published and unpublished scores, and archival sound recordings of folk song and dance traditions in Australia. The collection consists of music and music-related materials that form part of the documentary record of Australian culture, including:

    music (published and unpublished scores, and archival sound recordings)
    resources about music and musical life (books, journals, electronic resources, programmes, images, oral histories, pictorial collections and papers of individual musicians and music organisations)

    The term 'Australian music' is defined as music created by Australians, published in Australia or associated with Australia by explicit Australian performance or subject reference.

    Printed Music
    Archival Sound Recordings and Oral Histories
    Indigenous Music
    Digital Music
    Overseas Music
    Resources about Music and Musical Life

    and that page goes on for ages about the different types of music held, eg,

    Printed Music
    All types and styles of Australian printed music are collected: for example,

    popular
    classical
    folk
    church
    dance
    educational
    film
    children's
    multicultrual
    indigenous
    jazz
    band
    instrumental
    vocal and choral
    theoretical and didactic
    electronic.


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archives
    From: George Seto - af221@chebucto.ns.ca
    Date: 06 Aug 06 - 02:19 AM

    Wow That's impressive! Gotta get over and check it out! Thanks for the update!


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Bonnie Shaljean
    Date: 23 Nov 08 - 06:33 AM

    Here's a lovely site that shouldn't be overlooked:

    http://www.melodylane.net/

    You need to join it in order to access the goodies, and at the moment no one can get in, either members or new registrations, because she's updating it; but keep checking back. It's worth it.

    I was going to ask this in Max's Update thread, but it's more relevant here - Joe or any of the clones, elves and other assorted wildlife:

    I notice on Mudcat's front page that there is a very fine colletion of Russian folk songs which is archived in (among other formats) sheet music form, as scanned .gif files. I looked around and didn't see any other sheet music (though I could have missed something), so my question is - would the Cat be interested in having a general sheet music library of further scanned .gif files? I don't know if it would take up too much bandwidth, but if not then let us know. I could certainly scan some .gif files and then email them in. Or would .jpg files be better?

    Is this a good idea? (Or a bad one?)

    Note on copyright: At least in Europe, the composer (and also I assume the arranger, unless you just send in a lead-line with chords) must have been dead for 70 years, so we're talking before 1938.


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Jim Dixon
    Date: 04 Dec 08 - 11:48 AM

    When I go to the Melody Lane web site—see Bonnie's link above—I get a message from my AVG Anti-Virus Resident Shield:

    Threat detected!
    Accessed file is infected
    File name: C:\ ... \melodylane_net[1].htm
    Virus identified: HTML/Framer.S
    Detected on open.

    The program offers me a button that says "Heal" but I am still wary of the web site. I would gladly email the owner to notify her of this problem, but she doesn't have a "Contact Us" link on her home page, and I am reluctant to go exploring the web site to try to find one. Also, I am not willing to register as a member at this point.

    Bonnie: assuming you are a member and you have already explored the site (and thus already incurred whatever damage can be done, if any) could you notify her?


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Mick Pearce (MCP)
    Date: 04 Dec 08 - 12:36 PM

    I've been to the Melody Lane site several times without any problems and I've just accessed Bonny's link without my AV (Norton) complaining.

    Mick


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Tangledwood
    Date: 04 Dec 08 - 05:03 PM

    Likewise, Norton gives no alerts here. It wouldn't be a false positive from a nasty would it? e.g. This thread


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Bonnie Shaljean
    Date: 05 Dec 08 - 09:31 AM

    Not sure what's happening. I went to the site on a computer with XP and AVG anti-virus (which is a genuine programme, not a Nasty) using both Firefox and IE browsers. In each case (I actually went through this procedure three times) I got the same AVG warning, but when I clicked Heal or Remove File - both of which I tried - it said Cannot Heal/Remove: File Does Not Exist. After shutting the browsers I scanned the entire machine using the most updated version of that same AVG and it found absolutely zilch. It never even burped during the scanning process, and gave the All Clear.

    Unfortunately I'm not a member of MemoryLane so I can't email Jill to ask her about this - I used to be one, but that was ages ago on a different computer. When I tried to join, the link took me to a page which says that the site is down at the moment and is not accepting new registrations. It doesn't look as though existing members can even get in touch with her, though I don't know for sure. This problem certainly didn't happen a few days ago when I posted that link, or I would have said something. But the site itself has a gorgeous array of sheetmusic on offer, and has been going for some years - so don't write it off.

    I am just about to PM John In Kansas to ask for his comments about this - I'm stumped. I have no idea why AVG found something and Norton didn't... ?? Or why AVG found a malfile and then said it didn't exist. But the computer seems to be unscathed. Jim, have you scanned yours? What did it tell you?


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Bonnie Shaljean
    Date: 05 Dec 08 - 09:33 AM

    Further googlings yield these two comments, from separate people in blogs. But be warned, I'm only quoting them and can't guarantee accuracy:

    - Clear the IE temp files, from IE's Tools->Internet Options->General->Temporary Internet Files, and it's gone.

    - This is not a virus and not a Trojan. It is an IFrame Exploet code in the HTML and it was
    blocked from writing and thus doesn't exist on your PC.


    Off to PM JiK now...


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: JohnInKansas
    Date: 05 Dec 08 - 11:20 AM

    Bonnie -

    Per your PM, I've looked at the site and get no warnings from my Norton Internet Security. From the indications seen, I don't see a reason to be concerned about visiting there.

    The site has blocked viewing of page code, so it's not possible to look at whether the file Jim reported is called in the code somewhere. (Any right-click on the page just pops up a copyright notice.)

    A check of my Temporary Internet Files1 folder doesn't show anything resembling the file cited.

    Four of six times that I opened the page, IE reported "Done but with errors." This might indicate that the page code is "not quite finished" or that the server is experiencing some difficulty. In all cases, a "refresh" got a normal "Done."

    The site has been fairly well known, and has been reliable. It's possible that the "page under construction" is a euphemism for "we got hit and we're cleaning it up" but I see no threat when I look at the front door. I didn't try any of the links, since they told me I can't go there without registering; but they all show apparently "good names" with none that resemble the cited file.

    One of the difficulties faced by those who write the goodies for AV is determining what "signatures" to check that will reliably detect all real cases of a particular malware but will not give too many false warnings. This seems to be a rather rare happening, but does occasionally get mentioned.

    There is the possibility that a signature was used by AVG that gives a false postive here, and that a fresh update of the AVG program signature file might get a more accurate detector that doesn't report an infection from something that only "looks a little bit like" some real threat. Corrections of this kind are generally not considered critical, so sometimes such a correction will wait until a scheduled update, but you usually can get it sooner by manually updating.

    I think I heard that AVG has a fairly recent "newer version" of their (free?) program, and if the older one is still in place it may not be getting updates(?).

    As several people, with multiple AV programs/versons report a "clean" page, the suggestion would be that Jim make sure his machine has the latest detection updates and visit the site again to see if the warning still appears - but if he's reluctant to go back I wouldn't press him to do so.

    As noted by Bonnie, there are crud forms that claim to be AV programs but are actually scams to scare people into buying useless (and often harmful) "programs." A problem here is that the malware discussed in the thread she mentioned actually uses the same name as one of AVG's programs. (The malware name is an "included part" of the name of at least one AVG version. Several other AV providers use very similar, if not identical names.) In order for this to be a factor, some such malware probably would have to be on Jim's computer. That's probably not likely, since we know he's a generally competent user; but it's a possibility that he might look at if he's concerned. An unexpected request, while browsing, that "something needs updated" - especially if fairly recent - would be a possible warning sign that something might have crept in, or tried to.

    Several of the "geek sites" do report a fair number of "false positives" claiming this or similar "viruses." It's worth noting that the AV in use in nearly all these cases was AVG. This is somewhat puzzling, as AVG still gets fairly good reports in comparison tests I've seen recently, and does have a "good reputation." It could just be that most of the people asking them for help happen to use AVG. (And not all the geek reports were completely convincing in their analyses, although all seemed to have cleared up the problems.)

    1 For anyone interested and not familiar with how to get to them, the simplest way to access Temporary Internet Files in IE is at Tools | Internet Options, on the General Tab, there should be a section called "Browsing History" with "Delete" and "Settings" buttons. Click "Settings," and then "View Files" and they're all right there.

    John


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: GUEST,Noelle in Canada
    Date: 11 Jul 10 - 11:54 AM

    Hi everyone,

    I was trying to obtain a copy of the "Indiana Moon" (by Isham, Jones and Davis) music sheet, and i found this forum.

    Thank you for posting the link and the list btw!

    But everytime I go on http://digital.library.ucla.edu/apam/ and search the music sheet I want, I can't view it. If I press either "save" or "open" or "Save as", there are no pop-up that asks me where I want to save it on my computer. Instead, it adds the search result to a "my virual collection" list.

    Can anyone please tell me what I'm doing wrong an dhow I can save it on my computer?

    Thank you!


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: Bill D
    Date: 11 Jul 10 - 12:46 PM

    hmmm... I went there and searched on "Cohen", then clicked on one of the small images. This gave me more images down the left side of the page. Then I selected one of the 'zoom in' options, which gave me a pop-up of the larger image and I can right click and save that.

    It's several steps for each page, but it seems to work ok.


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: GUEST,Hannah
    Date: 20 Feb 12 - 10:26 PM

    Please help! I'm doing a project and I need to find the song, Let Us Swear It By The Pale Moonlight. I've looked everywhere and can't find anything, sheet music, lyrics,etc. One of you listed it as one of the songs that the website has but I am not finding and actual sheet music on the website, in fact all the things you are talking about on this website I do not recognize. Am I not using the website properly? Please, please, please help!


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: GUEST,.gargoyle
    Date: 20 Feb 12 - 10:44 PM

    Hello Hannah - from Helo Havanna.

    Consider the dialogue in Act II, Scene 2 from Romeo and Juliet


    From that origin you should find a dozen open source tunes available.
    Good hunting, correct insertion will bear fruit.

    Sincerely,
    Gargoyle


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: JohnB
    Date: 20 Feb 12 - 10:48 PM

    Press this link it will take you to the page you want, then hit the "View Sheet Music" switch.
    JohnB


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    Subject: RE: Popular sheet music archive
    From: GUEST,Mike Mandaville
    Date: 21 Feb 12 - 07:17 AM

    I think that anything older than 1923 is copyright free, and anything newer than 1922 is usually under copyright.


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