It Only Happens When I Dance With You Sheet Music. From Irving Berlin's Easter Parade Lyrics and music by Irving Berlin. From Irving Berlin's Easter Parade presented by M-G-M. Published by Irving Berlin Music Corp. Copyright 1947. Condition is very good with no faults.
WALTZ SONG, WORDS AND MUSIC BY MILDRED WHITE WALLACE. PUBLISHED BY DIXON LANE MUSIC, ILLUSTRATED BY WOHLMAN. COPYRIGHT 1923. MINIMAL SOIL AND EDGE WEAR. SOME SPINE DAMAGE BUT NOT COMPLETELY TORN IN TWO.
I'LL BE HAPPY WHEN THE PREACHER MAKES YOU MINE SHEET MUSIC. WORDS BY SAM M. LEWIS AND JOE YOUNG. MUSIC BY WALTER DONALDSON. WATERSON-BERLIN & SNYDER CO, PUBLISHERS. COYRIGHT 1919. THE FRONT IS QUITE SOILED - SOME EDGE WEAR.
That's Going Some For You Sheet Music. Words by Alfred Bryan, music by Fred Fischer. Published by Shapiro Music Corp. Illustrated by Starmer. Photo insert of Grace Dixon. Copyright 1911. Condition is very good with a slight crease at upper right and lower right corners.
What D'ye Mean You Lost Yer Dog (Where's That Dog-Gone Dog-Gone Dog of Mine) Sheet Music. By Thomas S. Allen with music by Joseph M. Daly. Published by Jerome H. Remick & Co. Illustrated by E. F. Pfeiffer. Copyright 1913. Condition is good with a tiny piece of color gone from right hand margin and slight crease at bottom right corner. Photo insert of Zena Kiefe.
Who'll Take the Place of Mary, a ballad. Lyric and music by Alfred Dubin, Clarence Gaskill & Harry Mayo. Published by M. Witmark & Sons. Copyright 1920. Condition is very good with owners name written at left side and store stamp at bottom.
The Call of the Cosy Little Home from the musical play Take it From Me . Lyrics by Will B. Johnstone, music by Will R. Anderson. Illustrated by Rolf Armstrong. Published by M. Witmark & Sons. Copyright 1918. Condition is very good wtih slight crease at upper left corner only.
This is the Grand Opera Libretto for Mascagni's CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA (Rustic Chivalry), a one-act music-drama published by Edwin F. Kalmus, New York. It is undated, but appears to be from the 1940s. Inside are the story synopsis, cast of characters and dialogue, printed in both the original Italian and an English translation. A selection of the opera's music is reprinted in final three pages of the text. The 16-page softcover book is in Very Good condition, although it shows some age-yellowing of on the cover edges and there is minor wear to the cover corners. Inside pages have no apparent defects. (4352)
Donizetti's L' ELISIRE D' AMORE (The Elixir of Love) is the focus of this Grand Opera Libretto published by Edwin F. Kalmus, New York. It is undated, but appears to be from the 1940s. Inside are the story synopsis, cast of characters and dialogue, printed in both the original Italian and an English translation. A selection of the opera's music is reprinted in the text. The 27-page softcover book is in Very Good condition, although it shows some age-yellowing of both the cover edges and inside pages. There is minor wear to the cover corners. (4353)
Edwin F. Kalmus, Scarsdale, NY, is publisher of this Grand Opera Libretto for Verdi's LA TRAVIATA. It is undated, but appears to be from the 1940s. Information is included concerning the story of the opera, cast of characters and dialogue. The text is in both the original Italian and an English translation. Music for four opera songs is printed on the final pages. The 32-page softcover book is in Very Good condition, with only very light wear to cover corners and edges. The inside pages show some age-yellowing, but are otherwise without apparent defects. (4356)
In a Hammock Built for Two with words by Andrew B. Sterling, music by Harry Von Tilzer. Published by Harry Von TIlzer Music Publishing. Copyright 1905. Photo of Grace Cameron and another of Harry Von Tilzer. Illustrated by Haist. Lower right corner a little soft, upper right corner missing tiny bit of corner.
To Have, To Hold, To Love sheet music. A ballad in three keys. Miss Marlowe and Mr. Sothern as Romeo and Juliet. Published by M. Witmark & Sons. Words by Darl MacBoyle, music by Ernest R. Ball. Copyright 1913. Illustrated by White. Condition is excellent.
Girl Of My Dreams copyright 1920 by C.C. Church And Company, Hartford Conn. Words and music by Charles Tobias, Henry Tobias, and W. C. Polla. Litho by The Knapp Co., New York. Overall conditon is good with 2 small tears on right hand edge that have been repaired underneath with archival tape and one other 1/4 tear. Tiny crease at bottom right in black area only and and other tear in the black bottom margin that has archival tape on top. Would frame nicely.
The American Legion one-step march. By Carl D. Vandersloot, published by Vandersloot Music Publishing Co., WIlliamsport, Penna. Copyright 1920. Condition is good with split at spine and a tear that has been repaired on inside of cover with archival tape so it is not noticeable. Store stamp. Back page also has 2 tears that have been repaired as well.
So Long, Mother, Al Jolson's Mother Song. Lyric by Raymond Egan and Gus Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne. Published by Jerome H. Remick & Co., Detroit and New York. Copyright 1917. Condition is very good with slight rounding of right corners only.
When Yankee Doodle Learns to Parlez Vous Francais with words by Will Hart and music by Ed Nelson. Published by A. J Stasny Music Co., New York. Copyright 1917. Illustrated by Barbelle. Photo of George L. Thompson. Condition is excellent.
You Do Not Seem The Same by Charles B. Weston. Published by Charles B. Weston, Brooklyn, NY. Photo by Martini Studio. Copyright 1914. Condition is very good with 2 1/4 tears at right hand margin. Inside sheet is missing a small piece but it is in the margin and does not affect the music.
My Sweetheart is Somewhere in France. A song gem with words and music by Mary Earl. Published by Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., New York. Illustrated by Starmer. Copyright 1917. Condition is good with 3 tiny tears in right hand margin that have been repaired with archival tape.
My Dream is Yours from the Warner Bros. picture My Dream is Yours . Words by Ralph Blane, music by Harry Warren. Published by M. Witmark & Sons. Copyright 1949. Condition is very good with a light crease at top right and bottom right.
Valse Annette by Lionel Baxter. Composer of Valse June and Valse Elaine. Published by Sam Fox Publ. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Illustrated by T. Ray. Copyright 1915. Condition is very good with no faults, store stamp near bottom.
Good-Bye Valse Hesitation, interpolating the principal theme of Tosti's Good-Bye . By F. Henri Klickman, composer of Sing Me The Rosary . Published by Frank K. Root tear in right hand margin and spine is separated 2 at top.
How I Love My Lu, Peter F. Dailey's English Negro Ditty. Sung at Weber Pousse Cafe . Words by Edgar Smith and Louis De Lance, music by John Stromberg. Photo of Peter F. Dailey on the cover. Published by Jos. W. Stern & Co. Copyright 1898. Condition is very good with slight roughness at right hand margin, otherwise excellent.
The Bombardier Polka For: Piano and Accordion Description: Music by Brunon Kryger. Picture of Brunon Kryger on front. Music on pages 2 and 3. Publisher: Harmonia Distributing & Publishing Co., 1944 Condition: Light wear to edges. Slight paper darkening.
How Are You Going to Wet Your Whistle (When the Whole Darn World Goes Dry?) sheet music. By Francis Byrne, Frank McIntyre and Percy Wenrich. Published by Leo Feist. Smaller war size. Copyright 1919. Has the rose symbol for the illustrator. Condition is very good with no faults.
The Ice King sheet music, march and two-step. Composted by Harry J. Lincoln. A cold title, but a red hot piece. Published by Vandersloot Music Pub. Co., Williamsport, PA. Copyright 1913. Condition is ver good. It shows a little use but has no tears or stains.
Song Lyrics Magazine March 1938 Lyrics to songs from *Big Broadcast of 1938* (including Thanks For The Memory!), *Love & Hisses*, *Sally, Irene and Mary*, *Tovarich*, and others. Pictures of the Big Band Leaders, Phil Harris, Ozzie Nelson, Robert Armbruster, Oscar Bradley, Ray Noble, Ted Weems, Horace Heidt, Russ Morgan, Raymond Paige, Benny Goodman, Peter Van Steeden, Wayne King, Meredith Wilson, Rudy Vallee, Jack Miller, Abe Lyman, Tommy Dorsey, Paul Whiteman, Harry Salter, Ted Fio Rito. Songs include Ebb Tide, Thanks For The Memory, Vieni-Vieni, I Wanna Be In Winchell's Column. Pictures of Ben Bernie, Simone Simon, and Walter Winchell on the front. Back cover advertises a typewriter from Remington Rand. Soft cover Magazine, 8-1/2 x 11-1/2 inches, 34 pages. Paper has darkened. Cover separated along fold, 6 inches from bottom, 2 inches from top. Cover has wrinkles. Bottom corner has stain. Under 1 lb.
Band and Orchesra Handbook This book is meant to serve as a ready reference for many of the problems of a band or orchestra -- why organize it, how to organize, finance and maintain it, what types and respective quantities of instruments are necessary, how to conduct it, tips on marching and broadcasting -- textual material that everyone with responsibility in instrumental music should have at his fingertips. Pan-American Band Instrument Co., 1946. Soft cover, 6 x 9 inches, 136 pages. Lightly rubbed edges, name inside front cover. Very good condition. Under 1 lb.
Dance Music-Piano: Feist Dance Folio No. 9. 30 Dance Hits for Piano. All with Ukulele Accompaniment. Endorsed by Paul whiteman, the World Famous Dance Director. Published by Leo Feist Inc. Feist Bldg., New York. Songs to to the Waltz and Fox Trot to. Songs include: Doo wacka Doo, Mercenary Mary, Off and Gone, Prince of Wails, Jing-a-ling-a-ling, The Moonlight a Waltz and You and While We Danced Till Dawn. Condition: Spine is torn and detached from book. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling on multiple item orders.
Lyrics Magazine: Songs That Will Live Forever. Hundreds of All Time Favorite songs. Published by Charlton Publishing corp. Vol IX, No. f, September 1952. Lyrics: When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano, While A Cigarette was Burning, Sweet Sue, Cocktails For Two, Indian Love Call, and more. Pictures and stories: Sammy Kaye, Ink Spots, Les Brown, Paul Weston, Mel Torme and Woddy Herman. Picture of Fran Warren on the cover. Condition: Poor. Tear along spine and into the front page.
Sheet Music: I Wanna Play House With You as Recorded by Eddy Arnold for victor Records. Words and Music by Cy Coben. Published by Alamo Music, Inc. for Hill and Range Songs Inc. 407 Commercial Center Street, Beverly Hills, California. Condition: Very Good. Slight rounded corners. Name in ink on front cover. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling on multiple item orders.
Sheet Music: Have I Told You Lately That I Love You. Featured in The Republic Picture- Sing Neighbor Sing-and The Columbia Picture-Over The Trail. Words and Music by Scott Wiseman. Published by Duchess Music Corporation, New York. Copyright 1945. Picture of Bing Crosby and a bevy of beauties on the cover. Condition: Very Good. Slightly rounded corners. Name in ink on front cover. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling on multiple item orders.
Sheet Music: If You've Got The Money Honey, I've Got The Time. As recorded on Columbia Records by Jo Stafford with Paul Weston and his Orchestra. Words by Lefty Frizzell and Jim Beck. Published by Peer International Corporation, 1619 Broadway, Now Your 19, NY. Copyright 1950. Condition: Small tear at bottom, front and back, Slight moisture damage on the top edge and has name in ink on front cover. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Sheet Music; Someday You'll Want Me To Want You. Words and music by Jimmie Hodges. Picture of Vaughn Monroe on the front cover. Published by Main Street Songs Inc., for Duchess Music Corporation, New Yourk, Chicago and Hollywood. Copyright 1940. Condition: Crease at bottom corner. Rounded corners. A name in ink on front cover. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Music Magazine: Song Hits. A legally Authorized Lyric Magazine. May 1941 Edition Vol. 4, No. 12. Latest Popular songs of stage, Screen and Radio. Has a picture of Bing Crosby on the cover. Packed with pictures, stories and lyrics from Las Vegas Nights, Hits from Blondie Goes Latin, Barnyard Follies, Where did You Get That Girl, That Night In Rio, and More. Has features on Music Flashes, Record Reviews and Kay Kyser Quiz. Published by Song Lyrics Inc. Condition: Good. Front cover is in nice condition with some dog ear corners. Back page has a tear.
You're the Nicest Little Girl I Ever Knew sheet music. Words and music by Charles Coleman. Published by Songland Music Pub. Co. Copyright 1916. Condition is good with a water stain at the lower right corner, otherwise very nice.
Oh! Frenchy sheet music with words by Sam Ehrlich and music by Con Conrad. Illustrated by E. E. Walton. Published by Broadway Music Corp., New York. Copyright 1918. Condition is good with 2 tears in right hand margin that have been repaired with archival tape on the music side. Owners name written in pen.
Sheet Music: You Can't Run Away From Love To-Night. From the Warner Brothers Presentation of The singing Marine. Lyric by Al Dubin. Music by Harry Warren. Published by Remic Music Corporation, New York. Copyright 1937. Starring: Dick Powell, Doris Weston, Hugh Herbert, Lee Dixon, Jane Darwell, Allen Jenkins, Larry Adler, Dr. Rockwell, Directed by Ray Enright. Condition: Fair to Good. Some wear on the cover, some creases and corners are dog eared on the top. No tears on the fold. I would be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Just for the Key to Your Heart sheet music. Lyric by Nathan Harris, music by Johann C. Schmid. Published by New Amsterdam Music Corp. Copyright 1915. COndition is good with slight roughness at left margin and corners. Most of spine is separated. Illustrated by E. H. Pfeiffer.
The Sweetest Girl in Monterey sheet music. Lyric by Alfred Bryan and music by Herman Paley. Published by Jerome H. Remick & Co. Copyright 1915. Illustrated by Starmer. Condition is very good with separation at spine and tiny crease at lower left corner. Owners name written in pencil
Simple Confession sheet music. Composed by F. Thome, arranged by Sigfrid Stenhammar. Copyright 1901. Published by Armstrong Music Publishing Company, New York. Slight roughness around the edges, otherwise condition is very good.
Sheet Music: Wheel Of Fortune. By Bennie Benjamin and George Weiss. Published by Laurel Music Corporation, 1619 Broadway, New York. Copyright 1952. Condition: Has mouse marks in the upper right hand corner. Some creases at corners and fold. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Can't Yo' Heah Me Callin' Caroline. Song Lyric by WM. H. Gardner, Music by Caro Roma. Copyright 1914 published by M. Whitmark and Sons. The Whitmark Series, Black and white. Condition: Fair. Fold is torn 2/3 of the way. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Sweet as a Song Featured in the 20th Century-Fox Production Sally, Irene and Mary. Starring Alice Faye, Fred Allen, Joan Davis, Jimmy Durante, Marjorie Weaver, Gregory Ratoff, Tony Martin, Louise Hovick and Raymont Scott Quintet. Words and Music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. Sung by Tony Martin. Published by Robbins Music Corporation, 799 Seventh Ave. New York. Copyright 1937. Condition: Fair condition has mouse bites in upper right corner. Slight tears at top and bottom fold of cover. Wear mark through face in the top bubble picture. I will be happy to combine shipping and handling for multiple item orders.
Whose Little Heart Are You Breaking Now? sheet music by Irving Berlin. Published by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. Copyright 1917. Larger format. Illustrated by Barbelle. Condition is very good with tiny crease at lower right corner only. Store stamp at bottom.
When the Boys Come Home sheet music. Words by John Hay, music by Oley Speaks. Copyright 1917. Published by G. Schirmer. Written by John Hay, the Late Secretary of State During the Civil War, while he was private secretary to President Lincoln. Illustrated by P. Van Burent. Condition is very good with owners name at top, store name written in pencil at the bottom, very slight darker color around edges and spine is separated about 3 from the bottom.
Gee! It's Great to be Home Again sheet music. Words by Ella M. Smith, music by G. Vernon Strout. Published by H. I. Smith, Springfield, Mass. Copyright 1919. Very good condition with one 1/4 tear in right hand margin and owners name written in pen at the top.
I'll Be Your Regular Sweetie (But I Won't Be Your Once In A While) sheet music. By Fred Rose, George Little and Peter S. Frost. Published by A. J. Stasny Music, Co., New York. Lithograph by The Knapp Co., Inc. Illustrator is P. W. Read. Copyright 1920. Condition is excellent.
Hiawatha's Melody of Love Sheet Music. Lyric by Alfred Bryan & Artie Mehlinger, music by Geo. W. Meyer. Published by Jerome H. Remick & Co. Copyright 1920. Illustrated by Frederick Manning, specially posed by Miss Grace Nelson. Condition is very good with owners name written at left, top.
Love of a Rose Sheet Music. Music adapted from the famous Salut D'Amour by Elgar. Lyric by Lieut. Will. S. Dillon. Edited by W. C. Polla. Has a photo of Ethel Clayton. Published by United States Music Co. Artist is R.S. Copyright 1919. Condition is good with a flea bite out of the top cover.
Over There, Sheet Music by George M. Cohan. Cover has picture of Wm. J. Reilly, U.S.N. Copyright 1917. Published by Leo Feist, Inc. There is a 2 tear at the right margin and corners are a little rough. I can repair the tear with archival tape on the back side of the cover if the buyer so wishes.
Dear Island of Ireland Sheet Music by Porter E. Potts. Words and music by Porter E. Potts. Broadcast thruout the United States and Europe by Porter E. Potts and his internationally known Orchestra. With a picture of Porter Potts and his orchestra. Published by Warner-Potts Music Publishing Co., Troy, NY. Copyright 1921. Condition is excellent.
China, We Owe A Lot To You Sheet Music. By Howard Johnson with music by Milton Ager. Published by Leo Feist, Inc. Copyright 1917. Store stamp on front, and slight roughness at upper right and lower left corner. Otherwise this sheet music is in very good condition.
Garden of My Dreams Ziegfeld Follies 1918 Sheet Music. Lyrics by Gene Buck and music by Dave Stamper. Published by T. B. Harms. F. Ziegfeld, Jr's 12th production. Copyright 1918. Condition is very good with slight roughness at corners and the spine is separated part way. Would look great framed.
The Wee Hoose Mang The Heather Sheet Music. Written by Harry Lauder and Gilbert Wells, composed by Fred Elton and Harry Lauder. Published by T. B. Harms and Francis, Day and Hunter. Copyright 1912. Tiny bit of upper left corner is gone and there are a few small tears at right margin and 1 1 tear at the top. Otherwise intact.
101st Regiment, U.S.A. March. By Bert Potter. Illustrated by E.A.S. Copyright 1917. Published by D. W. Cooper Publishing Co., Boston. Upper corners are very rough and there is a stain that can be seen on the inside only but it covers most of the inside. Music is still very readable.
Just Like Washington Crossed the Delaware, General Pershing Will Cross the Rhine, sheet music. Published by Leo Feist. Words by Howard Johnson, music by George W. Meyer. Copyright 1918. Cover artist is the rose symbol. Owners name written on cover. Condition is very good with slight roughness at top edge.
Oh! How I Hate to Get Up In the Morning sheet music by Irving Berlin. Has a photo of Bob Hall. Published by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. Copyright 1918. Dedicated to my friend Private Howard Friend who occupied the cot next to mine and feels as I do about the bugler. Cover artist is Barbelle. Condition is good with slight roughness at bottomedge and partial separation at spine.
I Will ALways Love You As I Do To-Day sheet music. Words by Herman Kahn, music by Leo Friedman. Published by Parke, Daniels & Friedman, Inc. Copyright 1915. Edges are a little rough and spine is partially separated. Still a nice piece.
By Madden and Morse. Published by F. B. Haviland, New York. Copyright 1904. Has a photo inset of Elsie Haveland. Condition is very good with slight roughness at right corners. Has owners name stamped at upper left corner.
My Heart Tells Me (Should I Believe My Heart?) From the movie Sweet Rosie O'Grady. Has a photo of Betty Grable with Robert Young. Published by Bregman, Vocco and Conn, Inc. Copyright 1943. Condition is excellent.
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows from the musical comedy Oh Look! Published by McCarthy & Fisher, Inc. Copyright 1918. Illustrated by Andre de Takacs. The left margin is rough and the spine is partially separated.
Honolulu Moon, an alluring waltz melody ballad sheet music. Words and music by Fred Lawrence. With ukulele accompaniment. Published by Leo Feist, Inc. Has a photo inset of Rinaldo. Copyright 1926. Condition is excellent with a store stamp on the cover.
Happy Days Reverie Leo Friedman, composer of Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland Happy Days Reverie is an instrumental piece. The format is large, 10-1/4 x 13-1/2 inches, with 6 pages. Cover and four pages of music, with samples of other pieces, one called Moonlight Waltz, showing an Indian girl, and In The Far Off Golden West, with a picture of a young lady of the West, on the back. Frank K. Root & Co., 1912. Edges are curled, with a few small tears, and a missing top corner. There is also a small spot at the top, which has soaked through to the inside.
Technic Tricks, for Piano, Book 1 John W. Schaum Technic Tricks are sets of easy etudes designed to satisfy the need for very early technical training. Most piano technic books begin at the grade-two-level, or at an even more advanced stage. This first book can be introduced successfully after four or five weeks of piano study. Exercises have been named after various sports. Hansen Publications Inc., 1949. Soft cover, 9 x 12 inches, 24 pages. Front cover has been stapled on. Back cover is missing. Some teacher's notes in light pencil, and reward stickers, do not interfere with playing the music. Pencil could be erased. Under 1 lb.
Piano Theory a Programmed Text, Primer Level Mary Elizabeth Clark, and David Carr Glover The Theory Books are written primarily for the Preparatory Age pian student. However, the fundamentals of music are presented in a logical order making the books useful for any music beginner. Belwin Mills, 1968. Soft cover, 9 x 12 inches, 28 pages plus 4 answer pages. The exercises have been worked in pencil. They could be erased. Stickers have been applied at top of pages as rewards. Under 1 lb.
Piano Theory Book Complete Levels 2 & 3 for the later beginner Alfred's Basic Piano Library Willard A. Palmer, Morton Manus, Amanda Vick Lethco Games and tests are included in this book on music theory. Alfred Publishing Co., Inc., 1992. Soft cover, 9 x 12 inches, 48 pages. First 10 pages had been worked in pencil, but have been erased. The rest are unworked. There is some rubbing to front cover, and wear to corners. Otherwise in great condition. Under 1 lb.
Down on the Farm sheet music. Lyric by Raymond A. Browne, music by Harry Von Tilzer. Photo insert of Maxwell and Dudley and another photo of Harry Von Tilzer. Copyright 1902. Dedicated to Mrs. Julia Werden. Condition is good with separated spine and a few tiny tears in the left margin.
You're A Million-Dollar Doll sheet music by Jas. A. Lonergan. Published by James A. Lonergan Publishing Co., Waterbury, Conn. Copyright 1915. In good condition with 1 1/2 tear and has a crease through the center, up and down.
I Am Not Ashamed to Call Her Mother. Dedicated to Co. A 8th M.V.M. Words and music by Albert Edwin Fowler. A pathetic incident of the late war. Copyright 1899. Published by Albert E. Fowler. From Al. G. Field's Minstrels. In very good condition
Arrah Wanna sheet music. Words by Jack Drislane & music by Theodore Morse. Published by F. B. Haviland. Copyright 1906. Music is intact, spine is separated, and there are 3 tears at right margin and a flea bite was missing.
Put Me to Sleep With An Old Fashioned Melody (Wake Me Up with a Rag). Words by Sam Lewis and Dick Howard, music by Harry Jentes. Published by Broadway Music Corporation. Copyright 1915. Illustrated by DeTakacs. Condition is good with slight roughness at corners and 2 1/4 tears in right margin.
It's A Long Long Way to the U.S.A. and The Girl I Left Behind. Music by Harry Von Tilzer, words by Val. Trainor. Published by Harry Von Tizler Music Publishing Co. Illustrated by E. H. Pfeiffer. Copyright 1917. Edges and bottom right corner are somewhat rough and bottom right hand corner of back sheet is missing the corner. All music is intact.
Sheet music Give a Little Credit to Your Dad (Why Dont You Say a word for Poor Old Father?). Words by Wm. Tracey, music by Nat. Vincent. Published by Broadway Music Corp., Will Von Tilzer, President. Copyright 1916. Illustrated by Andre Detakacs. Condition is very good with store stamp.
For Me and My Gal. Words by Edgar Leslie & E. Ray Goetz and music by George W. Meyer. Has a photo of Carrie Lillie. Has cupids on the cover. Illustrated by Barbelle. Published by Waterson Berlin & Snyder Co., New York. Copyright 1917. Has store stamp on cover. Condition very good.
You May Belong to Someone Else, But Your Heart Belongs To Me. Words by Will R. Garton, music by Cedric H. Garton. Published by Garton Brothers. Illustrated by E. H. Pfeiffer. Copyright 1914. Store stamp on cover, small crease at upper right corner, spine separated.
Tia-Da-Da Tia-Da-Da My Croony Melody, adapted from the popular Maxixe. By Joe Goodwin and Ray goetz. Published by Waterson Berlin & Snyder. Photo insert of Marshall, Dean & Reeves. Copyright 1914. Very good condition with slight stain at lower left margin only.
She is the Sunshine of Virginia. Words by Ballard MacDonald, music by Harry Carroll. Writers of The Trail of the Lonesome Pine . Published by Shapiro Bernstein and Co. Copyright 1916. Illustrated by Pfeiffer. Lower corner on right is missing, left corner is slightly missing and there is one 1/2 tear in left margin.
You and I sheet music from the production Jack's Romance by Augustus Pitou, Jr. Lyrics by Fiske O'Hara and music by Linda Bloodgood. With a full page photo of Fiske O'Hara. Copyright 1914. Published by Leo Feist, operatic edition. In very good condition with one 1 tear at left margin and very tiny piece missing from left upper corner.
Don't You Want a Paper, Dearie? sheet music. Words by Paul West, music by Jerome D. Kern. From the musical play The Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer. Published by T. B. Harms Company, copyright 1906. Condition is very good with separation at spine.
You're In Love from You're in Love, a Musical Comedy in two acts. As presented by Mr. Arthur Hammerstein. Book and lyrics by Otto Hauerbach & Edward Clark. Music by Rudolf Friml. Published by G. Schirmer. Copyright 1916, larger format. Condition is good with slight stain at right hand lower edge and spine is mostly unattached.
My One and Only Highland Fling. With Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in The Barkleys of Broadway. Published by Harry Warren Music Co. Copyright 1948 and 1949. Lyrics by Ira Gershwin and music by Harry Warren. Condition is good but there is a crease down the center of the sheet.
Rock-A-Bye Moon by Howard Johnson, Fred Steele and Morton Lang. Published by Robbins Music Corporation. Photo of Ethel Shutta. Originally introduced and featured as her radio theme song, star of Whoopee and Ziegfeld Follies. Copyright 1932. Condition is very good with owners name written in pen.
We'll Knock the Heligo-into Heligo out of Heligoland!. Dedicated to the Men of the American Fleet. Words by John O'Brien, music by Theodore Morse. Pictures Hudler, Stein and Phillips. Published by Leo Feist, Inc. Cover artist is the rose symbol. Copyright 1917. In the larger format. Condition is good with 2 small tears at right margin and 2 small tears at left margin and slight roughness at corners. Spine is separated at the corners, but otherwise still a nice, presentable piece of sheet music.
The Rose of No Man's Land. In the smaller patriotic war edition. Published by Leo Feist, Inc. Words by Jack Caddigan, music by James A. Brennon. Copyright 1918. Condition is very good with 1 1/4 tear at lower right margin and tiny crease at lower left margin.
A Precious Little Thing Called Love by Lou Davis and J. Fred Coots. From the Paramount production The Shopworn Angel with Gary Cooper and Nancy Carroll. Published by Remick Music Corp., New York City. Copyright 1928. Condition is very good with owners name written on cover in pen, and 65 written in pencil at upper top right corner.