Hello Baby from the First national and Vitaphone Picture The Forward Pass . Lyrics and music by Herb Magidson, Ned Washington and Michael H. Cleary. Published by Remick Music Corp. Pictures Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. and Loretta Young. Copyright 1929 and 1930. Condition is very good with owners name written in top right hand corner in pencil.
On The Atchison, Topeka and The Santa Fe. Photo of Judy Garland. From the movie The Harvey Girls. Published by Leo Feist, Inc. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren. Copyright 1945. In very good condition.
Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane). Words and music by Oakley Haldeman. Signed Always your Pal, Gene Autry . Copyright 1947 and published by Gene Autry Music Publishing Co. Condition is very good.
The Shadow of Your Smile (love theme from The Sandpiper ). Lyric by Paul Francis Webster and music by Johnny Mandel. An Academy Award Winner. Copyright 1965. Published by Miller Music Corporation, New York. Condition is very good with slight creasing at lower right corner.
Pistol Packin' Mama by Al Dexter. Recorded by Al Dexter and His Troopers on Okeh Record. Published by Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc. Copyright 1943. Condition is good with tiny piece missing from upper right corner and a crease through the center of the cover.
Excellent condition songbook for children with music for singing and piano. 31 songs on 58 pages with every page colorfully illustrated. Some sample titles are AMERICA, COUNT YOUR BUTTONS, LITTLE RED CABOOSE, PUDDLES, ETC. Was a teacher's aid and apparently there were albums that went with the books. Nice for young music student.
Excellent condition vintage songbook for young music students. 198 pages chock full of music not only for piano, but some songs have notes for tambourines and sand blocks...different. The last few chapters also contain some music history and templates for piano and autoharp notes. There are folk songs, gospel songs, some classical exerpts..something for every ear. Words are included where appropriate. Heavily illustrated as well by Homer Hill. Great gift for music minded youngster.
Peter Pan (I Love You) Sheet Music. From Charles Dillingham's Production of Peter Pan. Song by Robert King and Ray Henderson. With ukele arrangement. Published by Shapiro, Bernstein tear on the right hand edge and a creased corner.
Love, Your Spell is Everywhere Sheet Music with Gloria Swanson. From The Trespasser, a United Artists All Talking Production with music by Edmund Goulding and words by Elsie Janis. Published by Irving Berlin, Inc., copyright 1929. Condition is excellent.
Anna Chandler's The Paradise Rag Sheet Music. Published by F. B. Haviland Pub. Co. Copyright 1911. Large format, illustrated by E. H. Pfeiffer. Words by Joe. Goodwin, music by George W. Meyer. Photo of Anna Chandler. Condition is good with some roughness and slight tears on the right margin and spine is separated halfway up.
From The Bells of St. Mary's. First song is called Aren't You Glad You're You, written by Johnny Burke with music by Jimmy Van Heusen. Copyright 1945. The other is called In the Land of Beginning Again, copyright 1918 and 1945. Written by Grant Clarke with music by George W. Meyer. From the Rainbow Production. Both are in very good condition with a very slight crease on one edge of 1 piece only.
Like An Angel you Flew Into Everyone's Heart (Lindbergh). Published by Jack Mills, Inc. Words by Harry A. Stone and John McLaughlin, music by Jimmy McHugh and Irving Mills. Copyright 1927. Large photo of Capt. Charles A. Lindbergh, and also dedicated to him. Condition is good with an upper right corner crease, and two 1/2 tears on right margin. Owners name written on left side of cover.
Music Through the Guitar, Level 1 Fred Nance, and Mary Ann Godla By the use of the original (Rote) method, at the beginning of this level one book, the student can learn to handle the guitar with more self confidence, and can create music on his guitar immediately from the first lesson. Actual notation and other technical aspects of music are presented in a vryu gradual approach designed to develop the necessary foundations for playing in all styles. General Words & Music Co., 1972. Soft cover, 12 inches wide by 9 inches tall, 46 pages. Rubbing and creases to cover, with a name on front. Light moisture stain along bottom edge. Some pencil notations will not interfere with using this book. Under 1 lb.
SONGS FOR SUMMER TRAILS is a 24-page softcover book of get-acquainted songs, ballads and folk songs, specialties, gymnastics, rounds, combinations, songs of the nations, songs of the schools, spirituals and table graces. It was compiled and published primarily for summer schools, conferences and camps by the Board of Christian Education of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, Philadelphia, PA. Probably 150 or more songs are included. Condition of the book is Very Good, although it does show some edge/corner wear to the covers. Inside pages have some minor creases, but all are clean, complete and very singable! (2979)
THIS IS A LOT OF 5 DIFFERENT HAWAIIAN GUITAR SHEET MUSIC. PUBLISHED BY BRONSON MUSIC & SALES CORP, KERR BUILDING, DETROIT MICHIGAN, COPYRIGHT 1935. OLD OAKEN BUCKET, WHISPERING HOPE, FAREWELL TO THEE, REMEMBER ME AND BEAUTIFUL HILO. THEY ARE ALL IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE WITH SOME DISCOLORATION FROM AGE, A LITTLE SOIL.
My Barney Lies Over the Ocean Sheet Music with words by Joe Young and Sam M. Lewis and music by Bert Grant. Published by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. Illustrated by Barbelle. Copyright 1919. Smaller size. Condition is very good.
Sooner or Later, Walt Disney Sheet Music from Song of the South . Words by Ray Gilbert and music by Charles Wolcott. Published by Santly-Joy, Inc. Copyright 1946. Condition is very good with tiny crease at upper right corner.
(All of a Sudden) My Heart Sings Sheet Music. Words and music by Harold Rome, Jamblan and Herpin. Published by Leeds Music Corp. From the MGM Picture Anchors Aweigh . Signed by Kathryn Grayson (not an autograph). Copyright 1941. Condition is very good.
It's Only a Paper Moon sheet music. From the Warner Bros. picture Too Young to Know. Lyric by Billy Rose and E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen. Published by Harms Inc., New York. Copyright 1933. Condition is very good.
Sonny Boy by Al Jolson, B. G. DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. From the Warner Bros. picture The Singing Fool. A Vitaphone picture. Published by De Sylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. Copyright 1928. Condition is good but most of the spine has separated.
Sunny Side Up from Sunny Side Up. With Janet Gaynor. Story, dialog, lyrics and music by B. G. DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson. Published by DeSylva, Brown and Henderson, Inc. Copyright 1929. Condition is very good.
My Shining Hour Sheet Music with Fred Astair and Joan Leslie. From The Sky's The Limit. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer and music by Harold Arlen. Published by Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc. Copyright 1943. Condition is very good.
Suncay, Monday or Always from the Paramount picture Dixie. Staring Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour. Lyrics by Johnny Burke and music by Jimmy Van Heusen. Published by Mayfair Music Corp. Condition is very good. Copyright 1943.
You Were Meant for Me from the Metro Goldwyn Mayer all talking picture with music The Broadway Melody . Lyrics by Arthur Freed and melody by Nacio Herb Brown. Published by Robbins Music Corp. Copyright 1929. Very good condition
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows with lyric by Joseph McCarthy and music by Harry Carrgil. From The Dolly Sisters, a 20th Century-Fox Picture. Pictures Betty Grable and June Haver and John Payne. Copyright 1918 by Robbins Music Corp., New York. Condition is very good.
Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey with words by Junie McCree and music by Albert Von Tilzer. From the movie Coney Island. Published by Broadway Music Corporation. Pictures Betty Grable. Copyright 1937. Condition is very good with a slight crease at bottom right.
A Pretty Girl is Like A Melody with words and music by Irving Berlin. From The Great Ziegfeld, the mightiest musical production, the great story of the great glorifier. Copyright 1919. Condition is very good with no faults. Published by Irving Berlin, Inc.
THIS PIECE IS 9 1/4 X 12 AND IN PRETTY GOOD CONDITION WITH JUST A LITTLE SOIL AND BROWNING AND 1 SMALL TEAR IN THE RIGHT MARGIN. WORDS AND MUSIC BY SYDNEY P. HARRIS. FOR MALE OR MIXED QUARTETTE, COPYRIGHT MCMXXV.
THIS PIECE IS 9 1/4 X 12 1/4 AND IN FAIR CONDITION - THE EDGES AND SPINE SHOW WEAR AND THERE ARE 3 LITTLE BITS MISSING AT THE TOP OF THE 3 PAGES, MOSTLY IN THE MARGIN. MY GAL SAL BY PAUL DRESSER, RITA HAYWORTH VICTOR MATURE JOHN SUTTON CAROLE LANDIS IN THEODORE DREISER'S MY GAL SAL. COPYRIGHT RENEWED 1932 FROM MCMV. PIANO ARANGEMENT BY LEW SINGER.
THIS IS A 5 PAGE ITEM. THE FRONT COVER HAS THE FORMER OWNERS NAME ON IT AND IS SLIGHTLY SOILED BUT OTHERWISE IN GOOD CONDITION. THE BACK PAGE HAS A SMALL TEAR IN THE MARGIN. COPYRIGHT MCMXX1, 9 1/4 x 12 1/4 . LYRIC BY JOE LYONS, MELODY BY FRANK MAGINE & CHARLEY STRAIGHT.
We're After You Sheet Music by Jeff Branen. Music by Evans Lloyd. Published by Jeff Branen, New York, NY. Copyright 1917. Has the rose symbol at the left. Condition is very good with slight roughness at corners.
My Sweetheart is Somewhere in France, Sheet Music. A song gem with words and music by Mary Earl. Published by Shapiro, Bernstein and Co., New York, NY. Copyright 1918, illustrated by Starmer. 4 small tears in the right hand margin, otherwise, very nice
Good-Bye Broadway, Hello France, Sheet Music. Words by C. Francis Reisner and Benny Davis, music by Billy Baskette. Popular edition, published by Leo Feist, Inc., NY. Larger format. Copyright 1917. Condition is very good with no faults.
A Letter From No Man's Land, Sheet Music. By Harold B. Freeman and published by Harold Freeman Music Co., Providence, Rhode Island. Illustrated by E. H. Pfeiffer. Copyright 1918, larger format. Light store stamp on cover and rough right hand edge.
If I'm Not at the Roll Call Kiss Mother Good-Bye for Me, Sheet Music. By George L. Boyden. Published by Leo Feist Inc., New York. Illustrated by E. H. Pfeiffer. Copyright 1918. Condition is quite good with some roughness at the right hand edge.
Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight (For Her Daddy Over There), Sheet Music. Words by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by M. K. Jerome. Published by Waterson-Berlin & Snyder Co. Illustrated by Barbelle. Copyright 1918. Condition is good with a crease near the bottom and very slight roughness at edges
Where Do We Go From Here Sheet Music. By Howard Johnson and Percy Wenrich. With a photo of Ed Morton. Copyright 1917. Published by Leo Feist, Inc. Larger fomat in good condition with 1/2 tear on the right hand edge.
Young Performers Orchestra Book 1st Violin Compiled and arranged by Edward B. Jurey Songs are Around the Linden Tree; Ballerina; Brazilian Dance; Chorale; Frolic; Hopak; The Little Music Box; Procession of the Swiss Guards; Sanctus. MCA, 1968. 9 x 11-7/8 inches, 8 pages. Previous owner's name inside front. Slightly rubbed on the back. Under 1 lb.
If I'm Not at the Roll Call, Kiss Mother Good-Bye For Me, by George L. Boyden. Patriotic small size war edition. Published by Leo Feist, Inc., New York. Copyright 1918. In excellent condition with no faults.
New York Hippodrome Sheet Music. Melody Land, From Cheer-Up. Staged by R. H. Burnside, music by Raymond Hubbell and lyrics by John L. Golden. Published by T. B. Harms. Copyright 1917. Condition is excellent with no faults.
New York Hippodrome Sheet Music. The Ladder of Roses, From Hip-Hip Horray. Staged and lyrics by R. H. Burnside, music by Raymond Hubbell. Published by T. B. Harms. Copyright 1915. Condition is excellent with no faults.
New York Hippodrome Sheet Music. I'm Looking for a Sweetheart And I Think You'll Do. Sung in Shubert Sporting Days at the New York Hippodrome. Words by R. H. Burnshide, music by Manuel Klein. Copyright 1908. Published by M. Witmark and Sons. Condition is good but the top margin is rough, two flea bites from near the bottom, spine is detached and a sticker of the store it was sold at is on the bottom.
I Ain't Got Weary Yet, WWI Sheet Music. Patriotic war edition, small folio size. Copyright 1918. Words by Howard Johnson and music by Percy Wenrich. Published by Leo Feist, New York. Condition is good with no tears or missing areas but there is a light crease through part of it, not really noticable.
Learn to Play a Stringed Instrument Violin, Book 2. Ralph Matesky and Ardelle Womack A method for Class or Individual Instruction. Created for beginning string students. This method has been proven successful in tests involving more than 3000 children. Alfred Music Co., Inc., 1971. Soft cover, 9 x 12 inches, 32 pages. Previous owner's name inside. Stains on edge of front and back covers, do not effect the inside. Under 1 lb.
Sherwood Music School Reader 1 This book is a companion for Unit 1 of the Sherwood Music School Piano Course, but could easily stand alone as an exercise in the reading of notes and playing simple tunes. Tunes include Folk Tune (I Am Learning To Dance), The Moldau, My Horse is Not Hungry, Vesper Hymn, My Heart Ever Faithful (Bach), Finnish Dance, Country Dance (Beethoven), the Cat, Fisherman's Song, Under the Double Eagle, Fiddle Tune (Sourwood Mountain), French Carol, Carillon, Over and Over, Springtime (Sussmayer), We Three Kings, Swallows (Wildman), Folk Dance, Hymn Tune (I Have a Father), Goldfish, Military March (Schubert), The Cuckoo, Dutch Dance, The Surf, Emperor Waltz, Minka, German Melody, When the Saints Come Marching In, and Carousel. Sherwood Music School, 1971. Soft cover, 9-1/4 x 12-1/4 inches, 32 pages. Light wear and soil to outside. You may find a teacher's pencil mark or two on the inside, that I missed erasing, but I don't think so. Under 1 lb.
El Rancho Grande (My Ranch) - Sheet Music Music by Emilio D. Ruanga, English Lyric by Bartley Costello, Spanish lyric by J. del Moral. For two-part voices, Soprano and Alto. There are 3 pages of music, plus the front page of listings of other music produced by the company. Publisher is Edward B. Marks Music corp. and this arrangement was copyrighted 1939. 6-3/4 x 10 inches. There is a stamp of a music company that sold it, plus a stamp that says 'for counter use only'. Lower corner has a very small crease. Also a very small thumb tear in front edge.
A Spring Morning - Sheet Music for two part voice. by G. F. Prindle. 'The birds are out, the sun is up, the dew is on the green, A million little diamonds bright, On every hand are seen, Oh, morning in spring, Oh birds on the wing, Blue is the sky, Balmy the breeze, .....' Published by The Willis Music Co., 1917. Three pages of music, and a list of songs on the front. Sounds like a great song for spring. Small separation at top and bottom of crease, and a name on the front, 6-3/4 x 10-1/2 inches. Under 1 lb.
Rock-a My Soul, Negro Spiritual Arr. by John Halloran 'A swingy setting of a popular spiritual.' For mixed voices, a cappella. 12 pages with the music on pages 2-11. Spine has inch separation at top and 4 inch at bottom. It would be easy to tape. Under 1 lb.
Chiribiribin - Sheet Music, for two-part chorus of women's voices by A. Pestalozza, English text by Alfred Marlhom. Copyright 1938 by Harold Flammer, Inc. Front cover and 5 pages of music, 6-3/4 x 10-1/2 inches. Paper slightly darkened, slight edge wear. Store stamp on front.
My Old Town from the Messrs. Shuberts production Around the World at the New York Hippodrome, season 1911-1912. Lyrics and music by Manuel Klein. Published by M. Witmark and Sons. Copyright 1911. Condition is very good with slightly rounded corners and spine is unattached about 3 from bottom. Illustrated by Detakacs.
Blanche Ring's great song hit He'd Keep on Saying Good-Night. Written by Bob Harty, music by Ernest Breuer. Published by M. Witmark and Sons, copyright 1914. Illustrated by Starmer. Condition is very good with slightly rounded corners.
Roses Mean Memories, (Mem'ries Mean You) sheet music by Jack Yellen with music by Ceo. L. Cobb. Published by H. C. Weasner & Co., Buffalo, NY. Copyright date 1915. Very good condition with some roughness at right top margin and spine is unattached.
1) First Division Band Method, B flat Clarinet Part 4 The First Division Band Method Part IV is a basic method book for the advanced intermediate level of band development. First Division Publishing Corporation, 1965. Soft, 9 x 12 inches, 32 pages. Some turned corners. Two small tears at bottom of first page. 2) Hal Leonard Intermediate Band Method for b flat clarinet. Harold W. Rusch Class, individual, or full band instruction. Soft, 9 x 12 inches, 44 pages. Small tears at top of front page, turned corners. Under 1 lb.
Dr. Johnson's Piano Method Stuart Isacoff A simple step-by-step guide through popular and classical music for those who once tried. A delightful, new and literate approach to playing any piano style. Instruction, pieces, notes and anecdotes. Amsco Music Co., 1976. Soft cover, 9 x 12 inches, 96 pages. An instruction record was supposed to be included, but is missing. Nontheless, the book can stand on its own. Corners are scuffed, and cover has creases along the spine. Otherwise very good. Under 2 lb.
Intermediate Method for the Clarinet J. E. Skornicka and Robert Miller Forty two lessons for the clarinet with some pieces of music to play, such as Maggiare from Piano Sonata by Beethoven, Adnante by Gluck, Menuetto from piano sonata by Beethoven. Rubank, Inc., 1938. 52 pages in a soft, 8-3/4 x 11-3/4 book. A few pen notations at beginning of book, etc. Wear to corners. Under 1 lb.
Copyright 1904. Words by Harry Sinclair, music by J. Fred Helf. Published by Helf and Hager Co. Illustrated by Jenkins. Photo of Orgerita Arnold. Condition is not the best but the music is intact. Upper top margin missing a small piece and there were about 5 tears, one 4 inch long that have been repaired with Archival repair tape on the underneath. There is a large corner missing from the middle sheet but does not affect any of the music, in the margin only. Still a nice piece but sold as is.
Farewell My Loved Ones, Sheet Music. Dedicated to The National Guards of America. Words by Gladys G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Williams, published by Majestic Music Pub. Co. As you can see, there are 2 stains at the top, there is some creasing in the right hand margin and a couple of tears on the left margin have been repaired with Archival Document Repair Tape. Music is intact however and since I have not seen sheet music dedicated to the National Guard before decided to list it in case someone is looking for it. Larger format
Underneat the Cotton Moon with a photo of Gladys Vance. Words by Sam Lewis, Music by George Meyer. Copyright 1913. Illustrated by Starmer. Published by Geo. W. Meyer Music Co., New York. Condition is very good with small corner tear on back, repaired with archival quality tape. Bottom 4 inches of spine are separated, otherwise very nice.
Al-Tro Park, Albany, NY March and Two-Step sheet music. Pictures John Gennaro, the composer, on the cover. Dedicated to Manager Rosen. In excellent condition with just a slightly darker cover at the top.
I Did it all For You, written by Ray Sherwood with music by Bert L. Rule. Has Effie Graham from Vaudeville featured on the cover. Illustrated by Pfeiffer, published by A. J. Stasny Music Co. Copyright 1914. Has a crease through the center and one 1 inch tear on right-hand margin, still nice with complete music.
The Bride-Elect March by John Philip Sousa. Published by The John Church Co. Copyright 1897. Spine has separated and the right hand margin is rough with 2 tears and a couple of creases, in the margin only, sheet music is still good.
Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight (For Her Daddy Over There), copyright 1918. Words by Lewis and Young, Music by M. K. Jerome, published by Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co. Illustrated by Barbelle. Corners are a little rough at bottom and one 1/4 inch tear at left top margin, otherwise in good condition.
Copyright 1898 by Euguene A. Vogt, Rochester, NY. Illustrated by W. H. Karnes. Some slight roughness and tiny tear at top. 1 1/4 inch tear near bottom left. Spine partially separated, otherwise, very nice.
From the musical play The Girl of My Dreams. Pictures John Hyams & Lelia Mc Intyre. Copyright 1910, large format. Music by Karl Hoschna. Condition is very good with slightly rounded corners and slight roughness at top, separated at spine. Published by M. Witmark & Sons. Large format.
Au Revoir, But Not Good-Bye (Soldier Boy) with music by Albert Von Tilzer, and words by Lew Brown. Published by Broadway Music Corporation, Will Von Tilzer, president. Copyright 1917. Illustrated by E. E. Walton. Very good conditon with 3 1/4 tears in right margin.
The Great Decoration Day march song, Your Dad Gave His Life For His Country. Patriotic. Words by Harry J. Breen and music by T. Mayo Geary. Illustrated by Starmer. Published by American Advance Music Co. Copyright 1903. Missing last page though. Spine is separated and there is slight roughness around top and right edge, about 1/4 .
This is Verdi's Canzone del salice e Ave Maria for piano, from the opera, Otello. It was published in Italy in 1970 by G. Ricordi & C. Editori, Milan, and is for soprano voice. Condition of the 20-page softcover book is Very Good with only very slight edge/corner wear on the covers. There are a few pencil marks inside, but these appear to be easily erased. (1021)
This is Book 1 of the Making Music at the Piano series by Hans Barth, endorsed by the National Guild of Piano Teachers. Published 1951 by Clayton F. Summy Co. 42 pages + 'Certificate' of completion in back. Uses the 'A' approach rather than the traditional 'Middle C.' Very Good condition with only very minor edge/corner wear. (1002)
The Song That I Heard in My Childhood, That's the Song of Songs for Me. 1915 large format. Published by Shapiro Bernstein and Co., New York. Words by Joe Goodwin, Music by Nat Osborne. Bottom right hand corner missing about 1/2 inch. 3 inch tear at top right corner. Words and music intact.
Sheet music called The Blue and The Gray, a Mother's GIft to her Country by Paul dresser. As sung nightly by R. J. Jose with Wm. H. West's Big Minstrel Jubilee. Published by Howley Haviland and Co., New York. 1900 March and Two-Step. Name writtin in pencil on the top. Most of the spine separated, tiny piece missing, slightly rough at very top, otherwise in good condition.
Really nice folder of two patriotic tunes published in 1857 by Lee and Walker of Philadelphia. Folder is titled The Continent is Ours and features piano music for Yankee Doodle and Hail, Columbia by Charles Grobe. What's more interesting is that all of the pages, including the cover been printed/lithographed from an engraved plate. While the piece does have age discoloration and edge wear, the pages are intact and complete and in what can only be considered excellent condition! Very nice early 19th century American musical item.
This piece of sheet music published in 1898 by the John Church Co. contains piano music arranged by WINTHROP for a medley of National Airs and War Songs with titles like THE BATTLE CRY OF FREEDOM , TRAMP,TRAMP,TRAMP , AMERICA among others. The folder is pretty well used, with rough edges all round, but it is complete. And of course, features the great red, white and blue American flag lithograph on the front cover. These pieces are becoming harder and harder to come by in any kind of condition.
Song called Dream Girl Waltzes by D. E. Harlem. Published by Sam Fox Publishing Co. Copyright 1906. Dedicated to Mr. Hugh Shields, Denver, Colo. 8 pages. Back page is missing a dime size piece from the top. Cover is separated from the spine and has a 1 1/2 tear, a 3/4 tear and a 1/4 tear. Slight roughness on the righthand side in one spot. Still looks very nice and would look great framed.
Back to Dixie Land sheet music by Jack Yellen. Illustrated by Starmer. Larger format. Condition is very good with slightly rounded corners. Spine is separating about 2 inch up from bottom. Has store stamp in two places at the bottom right.
Sheet Music called I Had $15.00 in my Inside Pocket. Words and music by Harry Kennedy. Copyright 1885. Published by Oliver Ditson & Co. Condition is good but there is slight staining on the right hand side, slightly rough corners and one tiny flea bit missing from bottom. Still a nice early piece.
Sheet music called When the Grown Up Ladies Act Like Babies i've got to love em that's all - sung by Al Jolson. Written by Joe Young and Edgar Leslie, music by Maurice Abrahams. Illustrated by A. W. Barbelle. Condition is good with one small crease and the spine is not attached. Otherwise in great conditon.
Early sheet music from the New York Sunday Press dated Sunday, September 29th, 1901 called The American Patrol by A. S. Kreymborg. Condition is very good with a 1/4 inch tear at the top and some darkening which you can see in the photo. Spine is intact. Measures 10 1/2 by 14 1/8 inches. Nice piece of early sheet music.
Sheet music called For Me and My Gal from the picture of the same name. Words by Edgar Leslie and E. Ray Goetz, music by George W. Meyer. Copyright assigned 1932. In very good conditin with one 2 inch long crease and very slightly rounded corners.
Sheet Music called There's A Service FLag Flying At Our House with words by Thomas Hoier and Bernie Grossman. Music by Al. W. Brown. Illustrated by Starmer. Published by Joe Morris Music Co. Coyright 1917. Larger format. Condition is very good but right hand edge in the margin has 4 small 1/4 inch tears.
Sheet music called Oh, Moon of the Summer Night (Tell My Mother Her Boy's All Right), by Allan J. Flynn. Illustrated by Starmer. Published by Al Piantadosi & Co. Copyright 1918. Larger format. Condition is very good, 1 1/2 inch tear on right hand side.
Sheet music called Come On Papa. Words and music by Edgar Leslie & Harry Ruby. Illustrated by Barbelle. With a photo of Wellington Cross. Copyright 1918. Condition is excellent with 1/2 inch of spine separated at bottom.
Sheet music called The Uncle Sammy Girls. From the Music section of Hearst's Boston Sunday American, Sunday, May 6th, 1906. Words and music by Richard H. Gerard. Illustrated by H. B. Cody I believe, but it is difficult to read the name. In very good condition for the paper that it was printed on. The right hand edge is rough and there is a small skinny piece missing on the very bottom. Corners are also rough. Music and picture is still in good shape.
WOODY WOODPECKER From the Walter Lantz Cartoons. Sheet music for piano with chords for Guitar. Description: The Woody Woodpecker Song is by George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss. This was featured and recorded by Kay Kyser. (Kay Kiser's orchestra was known as the College of Musical Knowledge.) On the front, Woody Woodpecker and his guitar are serenading two girl woodpeckers. On the back cover the words to the first and second chorus are printed. The music and words to the first chorus are on pages 2, 3. Publisher: Leeds Music, 1948. Condition: 4 pages. Very good condition. The corners are worn, and there are two 1/4 inch tears along the top edge and one along the front edge. The inside paper is somewhat age darkened.
TIE A YELLOW RIBBON ROUND THE OLE OAK TREE Tony Orlando and Dawn. Sheet music for piano with chords & symbols for Guitar. Description: There is a picture of Tony Orlando and Dawn on the front cover. The back cover is plain yellow. Music on pages 2-5. Publisher: Levine and Brown Music, Inc., 1972, 1973. Condition: 6 pages. There is a crease across the center, above the picture and another from top to bottom. There is a tear at center top of about 2 inches, which has been taped on all three sheets. There is corner wear, and some smudges. Otherwise in good condition.
THERE I GO Words by Hy Zaret, music by Irving Weiser. Sheet music for piano with chords & symbols for Guitar. Description: A black mask and a heart adorn the front cover. The back cover has an article about BMI, Broadcast Music, Inc., called Something New In American Music. Music on pages 2-5. Publisher: Broadcast Music, Inc., 1940. Condition: 6 pages. Very good condition except for the owner's name and the date January, 1941 written on the front under the title, a rubbed spot at the end of the title, and worn corners beginning to separate at spine.