Hunleth Music Store Sheet Music and Photograph Collection

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Autographed prints

School Wind Band Music Octavos

Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books

Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books

Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books

Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books

Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books

Gibson School of Music Records

Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books

Silent Film Sheet Music



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Collection Overview

Title: Hunleth Music Store Sheet Music and Photograph Collection, ca. 1880-1986Add to your cart.

ID: 12/9/123

Primary Creator: Hunleth Music Company (1901-1974)

Extent: 39.5 cubic feet

Arrangement:

Organized in ten series: Series 1: Autographed Prints, ca. 1880-1950; Series 2: School Wind Band Music Octavos, ca. 1880-1970; Series 3: Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books, 1888-1969; Series 4: Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books, 1900-1960; Series 5: Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Music and Method Books, 1898-1970; Series 6: Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1891-1969; Series 7: Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books; Series 8: Gibson School of Music Records, 1889-1937; Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books. Series 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 are organized in two sub-series within each series, Sub-series 1: Sheet Music and Sub-series 2: Method Books. Content of all Series 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 arranged alphabetically with untitled materials at the beginning. Series 8: Gibson Music School is organized alphabetically by title for sheet music and method books. Correspondence, advertisement, and minutes have been placed at the beginning. Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books is organized alphabetically by composer. Series 10: Silent Film Sheet Music arranged in numerical order as assigned by the Hunleth Music Co.

The original order is no longer evident, except for Series 10. Series containing music have been structured to mimic a music store model in which sheet music and method books are separated by principal instrument. Series order listed in order of processing.

Date Acquired: 02/01/1974

Subjects: Accordion, Autoharp music, Bands (Music), Banjo music, Business Records, Correspondence, Guitar music, Hawaiian guitar music, Mandolin music, Music stores, Photographs, Teaching Methods, Zither music

Formats/Genres: Sheet music

Languages: English, Russian, German, Spanish;Castilian, Italian, French

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of unsold published sheet music and method books that were part of the Hunleth Music Company (St. Louis, MO)'s unsold stock when the store closed in 1974. It documents the types of published music typically sold to musicians and band ensembles in the U.S. Midwest during the first half of the 20th century. Also includes a small number of collector photographs documenting Midwestern classical music and opera performers at the turn of the 20th century and records related to local music teacher Robert Lehrmann (1879-1948) and the Gibson School of Music (1889-1937).

The University of Illinois purchased nearly 750,000 pieces of unsold sheet music and unsold 78-rpm sound recordings after the Hunleth Music Co.'s closure in 1974. This collection reflects only a portion of the store's unsold inventory.

Biographical Note

After 27 years as proprietor of the Standard Pulley & Foundry, Frank J. Hunleth, sold his shares in the company and opened the Hunleth Music Company in 1901, at the encouragement of his son, Joseph F. Hunleth. Frank J. Hunleth purchased a building located at 9 South Broadway, Saint Louis, Missouri, which was previously owned and occupied by A. T. Walo's Music Company. In 1908, Frank J. Hunleth's sons, Joseph F. Hunleth and Alois J. Hunleth, assumed management of the store. The Hunleth Music Co. moved to a larger building at 516 Locust Street in 1915, where it remained for nearly 40 years. Joseph F. Hunleth traveled to Europe yearly to buy music and instruments for the Hunleth Music Co., introducing Midwest musicians to music published outside the country. He bought sheet music in such a high volume that U.S. publishers would show him scores before deciding whether to publish them to guarantee sales. After the Locust building was purchased by First National Bank in 1952, the store moved to 415 North Broadway, where it remained until it closed in 1974. Joseph and Alois Hunleth operated the company as partners until Alois's death from a heart attack in 1959. Joseph continued to operate the company as sole owner until his death in 1968, when ownership of the company passed to Joseph's widow, Violet B. Hunleth. She retained ownership until the company's closure in 1974. The building housing the music company was demolished to make way for the Mercantile Center between 1975-1979, a redevelopment project that was never completed.

The Hunleth Music Company's store consisted of five floors of music instruments and sheet music, making it an important hub for the music trade in the Midwest. Hunleth Music Co. also dealt in rare instruments and specialized in imported violins from makers in Germany, Italy, and France. It carried Victor, Columbia, and Brunswick sound recordings; Victorolas; and radiolas; and it had its own radio department, indicating that the store not only served musicians but also music listeners. The store also sold tickets for concerts and performances for acts like Bily May and Count Basie at the Casa-Loma Ballroom in Saint Louis connecting the store to St. Louis local music scene. Hunleth Music Co. was the gathering site for musicians both unknown and well-known, such as Fritz Kreisler, Jascha Heifetz, Mischa Elman, Yehudi Menuhim, and Rudolph Ganz. According to a long-time employee, it had "the gemutlicheit of the easy-going business" that attracted customers to the "wonderful family-like organization." In its heyday the Hunleth Music Co. held over a million copies of sheet music and the largest collection of 78-rpm sound recordings in St. Louis.

Subject/Index Terms

Accordion
Autoharp music
Bands (Music)
Banjo music
Business Records
Correspondence
Guitar music
Hawaiian guitar music
Mandolin music
Music stores
Photographs
Teaching Methods
Zither music

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Acquisition Source: J. F. Hunleth Music Store.

Acquisition Method: Purchase of unsold stock upon closure of the J. F. Hunleth Music Store, 415 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri. The band octavos were transferred from the Press Building basement to the Center in November 2017, and the banjo, mandolin, Hawaiian and steel guitar, zither, and autoharp sheet music was transferred from the Press Building on April 16, 2018. The accordion, bandonian, and concertina sheet music and method books were transferred from the Press Building on December 6, 2018. The silent movie music was transferred from the Press Building on January 8, 2019.


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[Series 1: Autographed prints, ca. 1880-1950],
[Series 2: School Wind Band Music Octavos, ca. 1880-1970],
[Series 3: Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books, 1888-1969],
[Series 4: Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books, 1900-1960],
[Series 5: Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1898-1970],
[Series 6: Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1891-1969],
[Series 7: Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books, 1894-1965],
[Series 8: Gibson School of Music Records, 1889-1937],
[Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books, 1893-1986],
[Series 10: Silent Film Sheet Music, 1881-1931],
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Series 10: Silent Film Sheet Music, 1881-1931Add to your cart.

Consists of sheet music used for silent films. Items are in Hunleth Music Co. binders which were stamped with numbers and arranged in numerical order by the Hunleth Music Co., probably according to when the piece was received by Hunleth. That original order has been used.

Types of music include selections from larger symphonic and operatic works and individual compositions by both classical and contemporary composers. Descriptions of each piece include the Hunleth number; the title of each piece including the larger work, if any, from which it was taken; the composer; the arranger, orchestrator, or editor; and the most recent copyright date. Handwritten manuscripts are noted. Different musical pieces having the same Hunleth number are also listed and noted. Some pieces in Subseries 2 are from Jacobs' Orchestra Monthly.

Many items include full scores and parts for orchestral instruments. Nearly all items contain the score for piano and often conductor. Some items include only parts for small ensembles.

Subseries 1 and 2 were numbered and organized separately by the Hunleth Music Co. according to the physical size of the music.

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Folder 1: No. 1 Cupid's Caress - No. 8 Dutch Kiddies, 1909-1920Add to your cart.
No. 1: "Cupid's Caress," Charles J. Roberts (1909). No. 2: "Spring Blossoms," Frank E. Hersom, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 3: "In a Cosey Corner," John W. Bratton, arr. by Theodore Bendix (undated). No. 4: "In Beauty's Bower," Theodore Bendix (undated). No. 5: "Spring Thoughts," Gustave Salzer (1912). No. 6: "Chiffon," "Perfume," and "High Heels and Buckles," Luella Lochwood Moore, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1911). No. 7: "Humoreske," E. Grieg, arr. by George Lowel Tracy (1913); "Good Night, My Child," Abt, arr. by Joseph Wadsworth (1913). No. 8: "Dutch Kiddies," George J. Trinkaus (1910).
Folder 2: No. 9 An Esquimo Wedding and The Playful Polar Bears - No. 16 In Meadow Land, 1901-1914Add to your cart.
No. 9: "An Esquimo Wedding," and "The Playful Polar Bears," George J. Trinkaus (1912). No. 10: "Scent of the Rose," William Loraine, arr. by Robert Recker (1901). No. 12: "Bees," Stephen O. Jones (1912). No. 13: "Pierrot - Serenade," Alb. Randegger Jr., arr. by Adolphe Dumont (1913). No. 14: "Schon Rosmarin," Fritz Kreisler, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1914). No. 15: "Dance Suite, No. 3, Pekoe Dance," Ivan Tschakoff, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1910). No. 16: "In Meadow Land," Theodore Bendix (1911).
Folder 3: No. 17 Sweet Remembrance - No. 21 Meeting of the Camorrists, 1893-1920Add to your cart.
No. 17: "Sweet Remembrance," Alfred Muller-Norden, arr. by Otto Langey (1903). No. 18: "Tempo di Gavotta," Enrique Soro, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 19: "Little Lady," Manuel Klein, arr. by W.C. O'Hare (1912). No. 20: "Anvil Chorus" from Il Trovatore, G. Verdi, arr. by Theodore Moses (1893). No. 20: "Carnival March of the Gnomes," William Schroeder, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920). No. 21. "Meeting of the Camorrists" from The Jewels of the Madonna, E. Wolf-Ferrari, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). Note: there are two items numbered 20.
Box 70Add to your cart.
Folder 1: No. 22 Promenade - No. 31 Shadowland, 1908-1920Add to your cart.
No. 22: "Promenade from At the Bal Masque," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 23: "A Game of Tag," George J. Trinkaus (1911). No. 24: "Parisienne," Albert Von Tilzer, arr. by Daniel Dore (1912). No. 25: "Sambo's Holiday from Dance Suite," Ivan Tschakoff, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1910). No. 27: "Rollicking Friars," Manuel Klein (1908). No. 28: "Little Charmer," Victor Hollaender (1910). No. 30: "The Swallows from The Land of Bird," Manuel Klein, arr. by Ludomir Thomas (1919). No. 31: "Shadowland," Lawrence B. Gilbert (1915).
Folder 2: No. 33 Dream of the Ballet - No. 44 Frills and Furbelows, 1899-1920Add to your cart.
No. 33: "Dream of the Ballet," J. A. Silberberg, arr. by Theodore Bendix (1899). No. 34: "Danse Exotique from At the Bal Masque," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 36: "Mermaid of the Nile," Silvio Hein, arr. by Theodore Bendix (1908). No. 38: "An Eskimo Lullaby" and "The Dog Train," George J. Trinkaus (1912). No. 39: "Scene de Ballet," A. Czibulka, Alfred Roth (1902). No. 40: "The Busy Bee," Theodore Bendix (1899). No. 41: "A Southern Reverie," Theodore Bendix (1900). No. 44: "Frills and Furbelows," Fanchette-Crespi, arr. by Ireene Berge (1917).
Folder 3: No. 46 The Crickets - No. 53 Phantom Visions, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 46: "The Crickets from The Night Voices," George J. Trinkaus (1918). No. 47: "Canzonetta," Gustav Hollaender, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 48: "Frivolous Cupids," William Charles Schoenfeld (1920). No. 49: "Pirouette," Herman Finck (1911). No. 50: "Spring Blossoms," G. Del Castillo, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1920). No. 51: "Capricietta," Irene Varley, arr. by Morris Aborn (1920). No. 52: "Adolesence," F. C. Collinge, arr. by Ernst Bial (1920). No. 53: "Phantom Visions," Ellsworth Stevenson, arr. by Morris Aborn (1920).
Box 71Add to your cart.
Folder 1: No. 54 Birds and Butterflies - No. 61 Priere Hindoue, 1903-1920Add to your cart.
No. 54: "Birds and Butterflies," Paul Vely (1918). No. 55: "Flirty-Flirts," Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 57: "Longing" and "Meeting," Theodore Bendix (1903). No. 58: "Romanze Op. 40" and "Romanze Op. 50," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 59: "Suite of Lyric Pieces," Edward Grieg, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1912). No. 60: "The Chimes," Harry Armstrong (1912). No. 61: "Priere Hindoue," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1920).
Folder 2: No. 62 Roses and Memories - No. 68 Melodie, 1889-1917Add to your cart.
No. 62: "Roses and Memories," Ted Snyder, arr. by Ludomir Thomas (1909). No. 63: "Chanson d'Amour," Louis Victor Saar, arr. by Gaston Borch (1912). No. 64: "The Voice of Chimes," A. Luigini, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 65: "The Ratcharmer's Song" from Ad. Neuendorff's Opera The Ratcharmer of Hamelin, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1901). No. 66: "Ein Marchen," Chr. Bach (1889). No. 67: "A Russian Pansy," Otto Langey (1917). No. 98: "Melodie," Charles Huerter, arr. by C. Kiefert (1916).
Folder 3: No. 69 Love in Idleness - No. 76 Camelia, 1912-1920Add to your cart.
No. 69: "Love in Idleness," Allan Macbeth, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1912). No. 70: "Prelude from Eva," Jules Massenet, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917); "Prayer," Cesar Ranck, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917). No. 71: "Reverie," Claude Debussy, arr. by C. Kiefert (1916). No. 72: "Chanson Napolitaine," R. de Boisdeffre, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 73: "Andante cantabile," Robert Schumann, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 75: "Adagietto," Gustav Mahler, arr. by Gustav Langey (1919). No. 76: "Camelia" from the Boutonniere Suite, Gerard Tonning, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1919).
Box 72Add to your cart.
Folder 1: No. 77 Apparitions - No. 82 Song of the Rhine Daughters and Swan Song, 1913-1920Add to your cart.
No. 77: "Apparitions," Gaston Borch (1920). No. 78: "Romance - Introduction to Act IV" and "Prelude to Act V" from King Manfred, Carl Reineck, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 79: "Dawn of Hope," Jean De Casella, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913). No. 80: "Elegie," Julius S. Seredy and A. Czibulka, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1914); "A Bride's Prayer," H. Strobl, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1914). No. 81: "Melodie," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1918). No. 82: "Song of the Rhine Daughters" from Gotterdammerung, Richard Wagner, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913); "Swan Song" from Lohengrin, Richard Wagner (1913).
Folder 2: No. 83 Pierrot's Confession - No. 92 Blush of Dawn, 1910-1920Add to your cart.
No. 83: "Pierrot's Confession," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 84: "Boreas," George J. Trinkaus (1910). No. 85: "Summer," C. Chaminade, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "Murmuring Breezes," Adolf Jensen, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "It was a dream," Ed. Lassen, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby," Frederic Clay, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 86: "Poesia Pastorale," C. G. Rossi, arr. by E. Boccalari (1918). No. 87: "Dreams of Love," Franz Liszt (undated). No. 88: "Night and Love" from Ludus pro Patri, Augusta Holmes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916). No. 89: "Bleeding Hearts," Sol. P. Levy (1918). No. 92: "Blush of a Dawn," I. Borovsky, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1910).
Folder 3: No. 93 By the Sea - No. 101 Naiad's Idyl, 1916-1920Add to your cart.
No. 93: "By the Sea" from Symphonic Suite Au Pays Bleu, Augusta Holmes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916). No. 94: "Peacefulness," Gaston Borch (1918). No. 95: "Queen of My Heart," Maurice Baron (1920). No. 96: "Meditation," Emile Delmas, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "Pierrot Asleep," E. Fanton, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 97: "Silent Sorrows," Gaston Borch (1918). No. 98: "Yesterdays" and "Tyrolese," Charles Huerter, arr. by Walter Loud (1919). No. 99: "The Magic Song," Erik Meyer Helmund, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "The Dew is Sparkling," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "Ev'ry morn I send thee Violets," Erik Meyer Helmund, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "On Wings of Song" Felix Mendelssohn, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 100: "Memories," Charles Huerter, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 101: "Naiad's Idyl" from The Hamadryads, W. J. McCoy (1918).
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Folder 1: No. 102 Chanson sans Paroles - No. 110 Intermezzo from Jewels of the Madonna, 1903-1920Add to your cart.
No. 102: "Chanson sans Paroles," Herman Heller, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 103: "Melodie," Peter Tschaikovsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913); "Berceuse," Alexander Iljinsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1912). No. 104: "The Broken Melody," Auguste Van Biene, arr. by M. L. Lake (1916). No. 105: "Prelude to Act II of the Opera Cyrano," Walter Damrosch, arr. by Otto Langey (1913). No. 106: "A Fanciful Vision," A. Rubinstein, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 107: "Parting" and "Reconciliation," Theodore Bendix (1903). No. 108: "Roses," Theodore Bendix (1905). No. 110: Intermezzo I from the Grand Opera The Jewels of the Madonna," Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1912).
Folder 2: No. 111 Andante and Melancolie - No. 117 Second Set of Three Songs from Eliland, 1910-1920Add to your cart.
No. 111: "Andante from the Sonata, Op. 7," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Otto Langey (1919); "Melancolie," E. Napravnik, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 113: "A Musical Thought," J. Titlebaum, arr. by Paul Henneberg (1920). No. 114: "Heart to Heart," George J. Trinkaus and Ernest R. Ball, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1910). No. 115: "Morning on the Zuider Zee from Suite In Holland," Christiaan Kriens (1911). No. 116: "Cavatina," Carl Bohm, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). "Second Set of Three Songs from Eliland," A. Von Fielitz, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1919).
Folder 3: No. 118 Sunrise on the Mountain - No. 126 The Nodding Tulip, 1905-1919Add to your cart.
No. 118: "Sunrise on the Mountain from Mountain Music," Gaston Borch (1917). No. 119: "Moonlight Sonata," Ludwig Van Beethoven, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1906). No. 121: "Reverie," H. Vieuxtemps, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1910). No. 122: "Serenade Romantique," Gaston Borch (1919). No. 123: "Yester-Love," Gaston Borch (1916). No. 124: "Pansies," Theodore Bendix (1905). No. 125: "Wings of Love," Theodore Bendix (1911). No. 126: "The Nodding Tulip," George J. Trinkaus (1907).
Box 74Add to your cart.
Folder 1: No. 127 Thoughts at Twilight - No. 136 Melodie, 1908-1919Add to your cart.
No. 127: "Thoughts at Twilight," Edwin F. Kendell, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 128: "Love's Enchantment," Irene Varley, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 129: "May Dreams," Gaston Borch (1918). No. 130: "Twilight," Nat D. Ayer, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1912). No. 131: "Budding Spring," Eugene Platzmann, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 132: "Serenade," Arthur Kautzenbach, arr. by Gaston Borch (1914); "Petite Serenade," M. W. Horton, arr. by Otto Langey (1914). No. 133: "The Dutch Mill" from In Holland, Christiaan Kriens (1910). No. 134: "Poeme Symphonique," Gaston Borch (1919). No. 135: "Melodie," J. Massenet and Theodore M. Tobani (1908).
Folder 2: No. 137 Venetian Serenade - No. 143 Three Hebrew Melodies, 1913-1920Add to your cart.
No. 137: "Venetian Serenade," A. Luzzatti, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 138: "Elegie," S. Barmotine, arr. by Otto Langey (1918); "Melancolie," Th. Bubeck, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 139: "A Vineyard Idyl," Alexandre Didier, arr. by Otto Langey (1918); "Russian Slumber Song," A Gretchaninow, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 140: "Serenata," M. Moszkowsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1915). No. 141: "Kol Nidre (Hebrew Melody)," Charles J. Roberts (1913). No. 142: "Hebrew Melody," Josef Achron, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 143: "Three Hebrew Melodies," N. Rimskey-Korsakow, arr. by Edward Falck (1917).
Folder 3: No. 145 Serenade - No. 150 Le Roman de Pierrot et Pierrette, 1892-1920Add to your cart.
No. 145: "Serenade," Richard Czerwonky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1915). No. 146: "Evening Sounds" from In Holland, Christiaan Kriens (1910). No. 147: "Pensee Lyrique" and "Menuet Rococo," Henry E. Geehl, arr. by Oscar Radin (1920). No. 148: "Thamara - Prelude," L. A. Bourgault-Ducoudray, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 149: "Romance," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by C. Kiefert (1892). No. 150: "Le Roman de Pierrot et Pierrette," J. Burgmein, arr. by Gustave Hinrichs (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 151 A Tale of Two Hearts - No. 159 L'Adieu, 1909-1920Add to your cart.
No. 151: "A Tale of Two Hearts," Chalres J. Roberts (1909). No. 152: "Le Chant des Bergers," R. de Boisdeffre, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 154: "A Curious Story" from Two Sketches, H. Frommel, arr. by Otto Langey (1916); "An Old Love-Story," from Two Sketches, Paoio Conte, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 155: "Serenade," Richard Strauss, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917). No. 159: "L'Adieu," R. Favarger (1911).
Folder 2: No. 161 Adagio Pathetique - No. 168 The Roses Honeymoon, 1892-1920Add to your cart.
No. 161: "Adagio Pathetique," Benjamin Godard, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1892). No. 162: "Gratitude," William Charles Schoenfeld (1920). No. 163: "Erotik," Ed. Grieg (1908); "Valse Lente," Eduard Schuett, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1908). No. 164: "Barchetta," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by Gaston Borch (1915). No. 165: "Romance" from Concerto No. 2, Henry Wieniawski, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 166: "Pompeian Serenade," Emil S. Strollo, arr. by Walter G. Hauenschild (1920). No. 167: "Woodland Echoes," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1919). No. 168: "The Roses Honeymoon," John W. Bratton, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1903).
Folder 3: No. 169 Prelude to Kunihild - No. 176 Berceuse, 1910-1919Add to your cart.
No. 169: "Prelude to Kunihild," Cyrill Kistler, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 170: "Canterbury Bells" from the Boutonniere Suite, Gerard Tonning, arr. by Carl Keifert (1919). No. 172: "Dawn," "Sleep Baby," and "For Thee," Kate Vannah, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 173: "Iris," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918). No. 174: "Melodie," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1919). No. 175: "Hym to the Sun" from The Golden Cockerel, N. Rimsky-Korsakoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1919); "In the Silence of Night," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 176: "Berceuse," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 177 Romance - No. 187 Serenade and Finnish Lullaby, 1915-1917Add to your cart.
No. 177: "Romance," Alfred Grunfeld, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1917). No. 179: "Venitienne," Benjamin Godard, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 180: "Serenade" and "Romance," H. Frommel, arr. by Otto Langey (1915). No. 186: "All Souls' Day," Richard Strauss, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "A Song of India," N. Rimsky-Korsakow, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "The Nile," Xavier Leroux, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 187: "Serenade," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "A Finnish Lullaby," M. Krook, arr. by Otto Langey (1917).
Folder 2: No. 188 Twilight and Serenade - No. 194 Orientale and Nocturne, 1912-1918Add to your cart.
No. 188: "Twilight" and "Serenade," H. A. Cesek, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 189: "Grand Pas Espagnol from the Ballet Raymonda," Alexander Glazunov, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918); "Legend," E. Melartin, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918). No. 190: "Air de Ballet No. 2," Gaston Borch (1917); "Albumleaf," Cesar Cui, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 191: "Arabian Serenade," Otto Langey (1915); "Meditation," George Drumm (1915). No. 192: "Polish National Dance," X. Scharwenka, arr. by Theodore Moses (undated). No. 193: "In Sight of the Oasis" and "An Indian Legend," Maurice Baron (1917). No. 194: "Orientale," Cesar Cui, arr. by Otto Langey (1916); "Nocturne," Reginald de Koven, arr. by Irenee Berge (1916).
Folder 3: No. 195 Air de Ballet and Canzonetta - No. 203 The Nightingale, 1907-1920Add to your cart.
No. 195: "Air de Ballet," Gaston Borch (1917); "Canzonetta," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 196: "Love Me," J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 197: "Laughing Beauties," Irenee Berge, arr. by George W. Beynon (1920). No. 198: "Madrigal," Nicola Donatelli (1920). No. 199: "Clematis," Gerard Tonning, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1919). No. 200: "After Sunset," Arthur Pryor, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1907). No. 201: "Serenade," Agathe Backer-Grondahl, arr. by Otto Langey (1919); "Remembrance," L. Birkedal-Barford, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 203: "The Nightingale from The Land of Birds," Manuel Klein, arr. by Ludomir Thomas (1909).
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Folder 1: No. 204 Mountaineer's March - No. 208 Three Chevalier Coster Songs, 1908-1920Add to your cart.
No. 204: "Mountaineer's March from Mountain Music," Gaston Borch (1917). No. 205: "Le Rouet d'Omphale," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1908). No. 206: "Babylonian Dance," Frank E. Hersom, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 207: "Serenata napoletana," Giovanni Sgambati, arr. by Otto Langey (1912); "Funeral March from the Ballet Pierrot macabre," P. Lanciani, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 208: "Three Chevalier Coster Songs," arr. by Ernst Luz (1920).
Folder 2: No. 209 Pierrot - No. 216 Serenata, 1919-1920Add to your cart.
No. 209: "Pierrot," Irenee Berge (1920). No. 210: "Pierrette," Irenee Berge (1920). No. 214: "La Furlana," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 216: "Serenata," Maurice Baron (1919).
Folder 3: No. 217 Natalia - No. 225 Zephyr, 1909-1913Add to your cart.
No. 217: "Natalia," Fred. Luscomb (1913). No. 218: "Sirocco," George J. Trinkaus (1910). No. 220: "Morenita," Emilio Murillo, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1911). No. 221: "Erirus," George J. Trinkaus (1910). No. 222: "Moorish Processional," Fred. Luscomb (1911). No. 223: "Pearl of Persia," Henry Clay Smith, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1909). No. 224: "Arabian Twilight," Fred. Luscomb (1911). No. 225: "Zephyr," George J. Trinkaus (1911). Note: the date is incorrectly printed on the piece.
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Folder 1: No. 227 Fete Arabe - No. 237 Peer Gynt Suite, 1889-1920Add to your cart.
No. 227: "Fete Arabe," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1920). No. 228: "Moraima," G. Espinosa, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909). No. 229: "Oasis," Otto Langey (1901). No. 231: "The Star Dreamer," Theodore Bendix (1903). No. 232: "The Dervishes," Theodore Bendix (1899). No. 233: "In a Pagoda," John W. Bratton, arr. by Gustave Salzer (1904). No. 236: "Fackeltanz," G. Meyerbeer, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1889). No. 237: "Peer Gynt Suite," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Theodore Moses (1898).
Folder 2: No. 240 Henry VIII Ballet-Divertissement - No. 247 The Dance of the Serpents, 1904-1917Add to your cart.
No. 240: "Henry VIII," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909). No. 241: "In Arcady," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1913). No. 246: "Two Norwegian Dances," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 247: "The Dance of the Serpents," Edoardo Boccalari (1904).
Folder 3: No. 248 Sigurd Jorsalfar - No. 253 Ballet and Chorus William Tell, 1906-1917Add to your cart.
No. 248: "Suite for Orchestra from Sigurd Jorsalfar," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913). No. 249: "Ballet Suite," Rameau-Mottl, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 250: "The Atonement of Pan III-IV," Henry Hadley, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 252: "Three Dances from Nell Gwyn," Edward German (1917). No. 253: "Ballet and Chorus from William Tell," Giovanni Rossini, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1906).
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Folder 1: No. 255 Caucasian SketchesAdd to your cart.
No. 255: "Caucasian Sketches Suite in Four Parts," Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913).
Folder 2: No. 256 Scenes Alsaciennes #3-4 - No. 261 Miniature Suite, 1905-1916Add to your cart.
No. 256: "Scenes Alsaciennes No. III-IV," J. Massenet, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909). No. 257: "A Night in Japan," John J. Braham (1908). No. 258: "The Atonement of Pan I-II," Henry Hadley, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 259: "Danse Macabre," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1905). No. 261: "Miniature Suite," Eric Coates, arr. by Percy E. Fletcher (1912).
Folder 3: No. 262 L'Arlesienne - No. 266 No. 1 Valse Gracieuse, 1908-1912Add to your cart.
No. 262: "L'Arlesienne," Georges Bizet, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1908). No. 263: "Cleopatra Suite in Four Parts," Leo Oehmler, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1910). No. 265: "Four Indian Love Lyrics," Amy Woodforde-Finden, arr. by Percy E. Fletcher (1912). No. 266: "Suite No. I. Valse Gracieuse," Edward German, arr. by Otto Langey (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 267 La Source Ballet Suite II - No. 270 La Source Ballet Suite III, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 267: "Ballet Music 'La Source,' Suite II," Leo Delibes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel, (1912). No. 268: "Dance of the Hours from La Giconda," A. Ponchielli, arr. by Ross Jugnickel (1911). No. 269: "L'Automne from The Seasons," A. Glazounow, arr. by G. Gast (1911). No. 270: "Ballet, 'La Source,' Suite III," Leo Delibes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1920).
Folder 2: No. 272 Suite Melodique - No. 277 Flower Suite, 1902-1919Add to your cart.
No. 272: "Suite Melodique," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1916). No. 273: Desert Suite," Homer Grunn, arr. by Theo M. Tobani (1917). No. 275: "Danse Salve," Emmanuel Chabrier, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 277: "Flower Suite of Three Dances," Reginald K. Benyon (1902).
Folder 3: No. 281 Ballet Suite from Feramors - No. 284 In the Garden from Rural Wedding Symphony, 1913-1918Add to your cart.
No. 281: "Ballet Suite from Feramors," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 282: Indian Summer Suite," M.L. Lake (1917). No. 283: "Dance of the Gnomes from Noure et Anitra," A. Ilynsky, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1918). No. 284: "In the Garden from Rural Wedding Symphon," Carl Goldmark, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 286 Scenes Alsaciennes - No. 291 Lyric Suite, 1905-1919Add to your cart.
No. 286: "Scenes Alsaciennes," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo M. Tobani (1910). No. 287: "Summer Days Suite," Eric Coates (1919). No. 288: "Petite Suite," Tschaikowsky, arr. by Alfred Pratt (undated). No. 289: "Two Concert Suites from Carmen," Georges Bizet, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (undated). No. 290: "Suite: Danses Miniatures de Ballet," John Ansell (1905). No. 291: "Lyric Suite," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1919).
Folder 2: No. 296 Three Lyric Pieces - No. 301 Scenes Pittoresques, III and IV, 1907-1919Add to your cart.
No. 296: "Three Lyric Pieces," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917). No. 297: "Three Lyric Pieces," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Gaston Borch (1916). No. 299: "Cleopatra: Suite in four parts," Leo Oehmler, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1910). No. 300: "A Lover in Damascus," Amy Woodforde-Finden, arr. by Percy E. Fletcher (1914). No. 301: "Scenes Pittoresques," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1907).
Folder 3: No. 302 Peer Gynt Suite, No. 2 - No. 306 Capriccio Espagnole, 1906-1919Add to your cart.
No. 302: "Peer Gynt Suite," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1916). No. 303: "Ballet Music to Ch. Gounod's 'Tribute of Zamora,'" Ch. Gounod, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1906). No. 304: "Scenes Pittoresques," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1907). No. 306: "Capriccio Espagnole," N. Rimsky Korsakoff, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1919).
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Folder 1: No. 307 La Fete de Seville - No. 311 Petite Suite de Concert, 1911-1915Add to your cart.
No. 307: "La Fete de Seville," Emile Tavan, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 308: "Ballet Music from Aida," Giuseppe Verdi, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1915). No. 310: "Three African Dances," Montague Ring (1913). No. 311: "Petite Suite de Concert," S. Coleridge-Tayler (1911).
Folder 2: No. 313 Suite Caracteristique - No. 318 Scenes from an Imaginary Ballet, 1912-1913Add to your cart.
No. 313: "Suite Caracteristique," A. Tregina (1913). No. 315: "Ballet Suite from The Queen of Sheba," Carl Goldmark, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1913). No. 317: "Ballet Suite 'La Source,'" Leo Delibes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (undated). No. 318: "Scenes from an Imaginary Ballet," S. coleridge-Tayler, arr. by Elliott Schenck (1912).
Folder 3: No. 320 Ballet of the Flowers - No. 325 Suite from Salammbo, 1917-1920Add to your cart.
No. 320: "Ballet of the Flowers," Henry Hadley, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1920). No. 323: "Ballet Suite from Le Lac Des Cygnes," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 324: "Scenes from the South," Jean Louis Nicode, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 325: "Suite from the Ballet Salammbo," H. Arends, arr. by Otto Langey (1917).
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Folder 1: No. 326 Gitanilla Suite, No. I and II - No. 331 Witches' Dance, 1908-1919Add to your cart.
No. 326: "Gitanilla Suite," P. Lacome, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 327: "Rustle of Spring," Ch. Sinding, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1908). No. 329: "Whispering Flowers," F. v. Blon, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1911); "Woodland Whispers," A. Czibulka, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1911). No. 330: "Dance Suite," Ivan Tschakoff, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1910). No. 331: "Witches' Dance," Edward MacDowell, arr. by Armand Vescey (1919).
Folder 2: No. 332 Pierrot's Sadness - No. 340 Petite Bijouterie, 1889-1920Add to your cart.
No. 332: "Pierrot's Sadness from At the Bal Masque," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 333: "Hymne a Sainte Cecile," Chas. Gounod, arr. by Theo Moses-Tobani (1889); "Cradle Song," M. Hauser, arr. by Theo Moses-Tobani (1889). No. 334: "Andante Cantabile from String Quartet Op. 11," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Theo M. Tobani (1900). No. 335: "Andante Religioso," Francis Thome, arr. by Gustav Saenger (1897); "The Last Hope," L.M. Gottschalk, arr. by Theo Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 336: "Twilight Musings," Otto Langey (1919). No. 338: "Unfold Ye Portals from The Redemption," CH. Gounod, arr. by Theo Moses (undated); "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth from Messias," G.F. Handel, arr. by Theo Moses (undated); "Calvary," P. Rodney, arr. by Theo Moses (undated). No. 340: "Petite Bijouterie," C. Bohm, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917).
Folder 3: No. 341 Springtime - No. 347 The Canaries, 1897-1916Add to your cart.
No. 341: "Springtime," George Drumm (1916). No. 342: "The Divertisement," Theo. Benedix (1910). No. 344: "Wedding of the Winds," John T. Hall (1897). No. 345: "Liebesfreud," Fritz Kreisler, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 347: "The Canaries from The Land of Birds" Manuel Klein, arr. by Ludomir Thomas (1909).
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Folder 1: No. 348 Charme d'Amour - No. 359 March Mignonne, 1908-1920Add to your cart.
No. 348: "Charme d'Amour," Edwin F. Kendall, arr. by J. C. McCabe (1908). No. 349: "Ballroom Chatter," Georges N. Ocki Albi, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918). No. 353: "Rondo No. 108 from Sonata Pathetique," Beethoven, arr. by Irenee Berge (1917). No. 355: "Serenade from Les Millions d'Arlequin," R. Drigo, arr. by Chas J. Roberts (1909). No. 357: "Meditation from Thais," J. Massenet, arr. by M. P. Marsick (undated). No. 359: "Marche Mignonne," Eduard Poldini, arr. by Enro Rapee (1920).
Folder 2: No. 360 Allegretto from the Seventh Symphony, Beethoven - No. 363 Moorish March, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 360: "Allegretto from the Seventh Symphony," Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 361: "Marche joyeuse," Emmanuel Chabrier, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 362: "Marche Slave," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1911). No. 363: "Moorish March from Boabdil," M. Moszkowski, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913).
Folder 3: No. 364 Gay but Wistful and The Gum-Suckers March - No. 372 Second Movement from the C Major Symphony, Schubert, 1901-1918Add to your cart.
No. 364: "Gay but Wistful from the Suite In a Nutshell," and "The Gum-Suckers March from the Suite In a Nutshell," Percy Grainger, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 366: "Kol Nidrei," Max Bruch, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1911). No. 367: "A Frivolous Patrol," G. Goublier, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918). No. 369: "Rural Wedding," G. Goldmark, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1901). No. 370: "Two Movements from the Symphony in F Major No. 8," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1918). No. 371: "Largo from New World's Symphon," Anton Dvorak, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1912). No. 372: "Second Movement from the C Major Symphony," Franz Schubert, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 374 Andante Cantabile from Symphony No. 1, Beethoven - No. 379 Sunrise and Incantations No. 101, 1917-1920Add to your cart.
No. 374: "Andante Cantabile from the First Symphony," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 375: "Minuet from the First???­ Symphony," Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 376: "Adagio Lamentoso from Symphony in B minor (Pathetique)," Peter Tschaikowsky, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 377: "The Caravan No. 102," Gaston Borch (1917). No. 378: "Serenata No. 105," Valentina Crespi (1917). No. 379: "Sunrise and Incantations No. 101," Gaston Borch (1917).
Folder 2: No. 380 The Roses that Die Bloom again - No. 386 Idylle Japonaise, 1916-1921Add to your cart.
No. 380: "The Roses that Die Bloom Again," Sol P. Levy, arr. by Morris Aborn (1920). No. 381: "Because You Say Good Bye," Sol. P. Levy (1919). No. 382: No Me Olvides," Claude Lapham, arr. by William Chas. Schoenfeld (1921). No. 383: "Review: March Triumphant," S.M. Berg (1916). No. 384: "Recuerdos," J. Santos (1920). No. 386: "Idylle Japnoaise," Maurice Baron (1920).
Folder 3: No. 387 A Musical Essay - No. 394 Espana, 1912-1920Add to your cart.
No. 387: "A Musical Essay," Leo A. Kempinski (1919). No. 388: "Symphonette," Irenee Berge (1917). No. 389: "Symponetee," Irenee Berge (1917). No. 391: "Romanza Senza Parole," E. Soro, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 392: "A.B.C. Concert Edition," Earnest S. Golden, arr. by E. Luz. (1918). No. 393: "The Red Man from Dwellers in the Western World," John Philip Sousa, arr. by Otto Merz (1916). No. 394: "Espana: Rhapsody for Orchestra," Emmanuel Chabrier, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1912).
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Folder 1: No. 395 Spanish Rhapsody - No. 401 A Hungarian Romance, 1897 - 1920Add to your cart.
No. 395: "Spanish Rhapsody," V. Ferroni, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 396: "Chinese Wedding Procession," Lucius Hosmer (1912). No. 397: "Suite of Three Oriental Sketches: No. 2 In a Chinese Tea Room," Otto Langey (1917). No. 399: "Chinese Serenade," Chas. Puerner (1897). No. 400: "Petit Ballet Japonais," G. Goublier, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 401: "A Hungarian Romance," Theo. Bendix, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1908).
Folder 2: No. 403 Russian Rural Scene - No. 407 Slacische Rhapsodie, 1913 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 403: "Russian Rural Scene," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 404: "From the Fields of Bohemia," Bedrich Smetana, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 405: "Extracts from the Ballet-Suite Scheherazada," Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 406: "Rozsika: Hungarian Fantasia and Czardas," Charles J. Roberts (1909). No. 407: "Slavische Rhapsodie," Carl Friedemann, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1913).
Folder 3: No. 408 Cosatschoque - No. 411 Northern Rhapsody, 1912 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 408: "Cosatschoque," A. S. Dargomijsky, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1912). No. 409: "Songs of Uncle Sam," Lucius Hosmer (1913). No. 410: "The Evolution of Dixie," M. L. Lake (1916). No. 411: "Northern Rhapsody," Lucius Hosmer (1919)
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Folder 1: No. 413 Philharmonic Echoes - No. 422 Twilight Fancies, 1901 - 1921Add to your cart.
No. 413: "Philharmonic Echoes," Theo. Moses-Tobani (1901). No. 414: "The Opera Mirror" on Favorite Opera Themes, Theo. M. Tobani (1906). No. 420: "Rhapsodie Norvegienne," Johann S. Svendsen, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 421: "Southern Rhapsody," Lucius Hosmer (1916). No. 422: "Twilight Fancies," H. C. Frommel, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921).
Folder 2: No. 423 Valse Caprice - No. 431 If I Were King, 1909 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 423: "Valse Caprice," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1912). No. 424: "At Dawning," Charles Wakefield Cadman, arr. by Gaston Borch (1919); "The Heart of Her," Charles Wakefield Cadman, arr. by Gaston Borch (1919). No. 425: "Intermezzo," A. Arensky, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1915). No. 427: "Berlin in Smiles and Tears," A. Conradi, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1909). No. 428: "Rienzi," R. Wagner, arr. by Theo. Moses. (1898). No. 430: "Robespierre," H. Litolff, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1909). No. 431: "If I Were King," A. Adam, arr. by Theo. Moses (undated).
Folder 3: No. 432 Martha - No. 441 Der Tambour der Garde, 1898 - 1915Add to your cart.
No. 432: "Martha," F. v. Flotow, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (undated). No. 434: "Ten Maidens and no Man," F. v. Suppe, arr. by Wm F. Kretschmer (1903). No. 435?: "Tantalusqualen," F. von Suppe, arr. by W. Lewis (1908). No. 437: "Leonore Overture Op. 72, No. 3," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1915). No. 438: "Le Domino Noir," D. F. E. Auber, arr. by Theo. Moses (undated). No. 441: "Der Tambour der Garde," A. E. Titl, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1898)
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Folder 1: No. 442 Le Brasseur de Preston - No. 446 Yelva, 1898-1921Add to your cart.
No. 442: "Overture from Le Brasseur de Preston," A. Adam, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1898). No. 443: "Overture from Der Freischutz," Carl Maria Von Weber, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 444: "Overture from Semiramide," G. Rossini, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913). No. 445: "Overture from The Mill on the Cliff," C.G. Reissiger, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921). No. 446: "Overture from Yelva," G.C. Reissiger, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1899).
Folder 2: No. 447 Romantique - No. 449 Fingal's Cave, 1909-1915Add to your cart.
No. 447: "Overture to Romantique," Keler Bela, arr. by Julius S. Seredy (1914). No. 448: "Overture to Rakoczy," Keler-Bela, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909). No. 449: "Overture to Fingal's Cave," F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, arr. by Charles J. Roberts, (1915).
Folder 3: No. 450 La Forza del Destino - No. 455 Abu Hassan, 1905-1915Add to your cart.
No. 450: "Overture to La Forza del Destino," G. Verdi, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1909). No. 451: "Overture to Il Guarany," A. Carlos Gomez, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1905). No. 453: "Overture to Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna," Franz v. Suppe, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1915). No. 454: "Overture to La Gazza Ladra," Rossini, arr. by Theodore Moses (undated). No. 455: "Overture to Abu Hassan," C.M. v. Weber, arr. by Margis-Berger (1914).
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Folder 1: No. 456 Phedre - No. 460 Le Pre aux Clercs, 1886-1924Add to your cart.
No. 456: " Phedre," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1903). No. 457: "Overture from Nabucodonosor," G. Verdi, arr. by Theo. Moses (1886). No. 458: "Overture from Euryanthe," C.M.von Weber, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1924). No. 460: ""Le Pre aux Lerces," F. Herold, arr. by Theo. Moses. (1894).
Folder 2: No. 461 Sckontale - No. 466 Zanetta, 1899-1912Add to your cart.
No. 461-2: "Sakuntala," Carl Goldmark, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1912); "Wanderes Ziel," Franz v. Suppe, arr. by Margis-Berger (1904). No. 463: "Franz Schubert Overture," F.v. Supper, arr. by Teo. Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 464: "Crown Diamonds," D.F.E. Auber, arr. by Theo. Moses (undated). No. 465: "Overture to Oberon," C.M. von Weber, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1915). No. 466: "Zanetta," D.F.E. Auber, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1899).
Folder 3: No 467 Overture from Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail - No. 475 Paragraph III, 1897-1919Add to your cart.
No. 467: "Overture from Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail," W.A. Mozart, arr. by Theo Moses (1919). No. 470: "Hunyady Laszlo," Franz Erkel, arr. by Otto Langey (1901). No. 474: "Ruy Blas Overture," Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 475: "Paragraph III," F. v. Supper, arr. by Theo. Moses (1897).
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Folder 1: No. 479 Stradella Overture - No. 482 Athalia Overture, 1906 - 1916Add to your cart.
No. 479: "Stradella Overture," F. v. Flotow, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1906). No. 480: "La Burlesque Overture," Franz von Suppe, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1912). No. 481: "Die Irrfahrt um's Gluck Overture," F. v. Suppe, arr. by Theo. Moses (undated). No. 482: "Athalia Overture," F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916).
Folder 2: No. 483 Der Konig von Yvetot Overture - No. 487 Selection from Tannhauser, 1898 - 1916Add to your cart.
No. 483: "Der Konig von Yvetot Overture," A. Adam, arr. by Theo Moses-Tobani (1898). No. 484: "Orpheus in der Unterwelt Overture," J. Offenbach, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1916). No. 486: "Overture Die schone Galathea," Franz von Suppe, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1912). No. 487: "Selection from Tannhauser," Richard Wagner, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914).
Folder 3: No. 488 Lucia di Lammermoor Fantasia - No. 493: Grand Selection from Don Giovanni, 1892 - 1909Add to your cart.
No. 488: "Lucia di Lammermoor Fantasia," G. Donizetti, arr. by Tavan-Roberts (1909). No. 489: "Selection from Stabat Mater," Gioachino Rossini, arr. by Theo. M. Tobvani (1894). No. 490: "Selection from L'Africaine," G. Meyerbeer, arr. by Theo. Moses (1892). No. 491: "Grand Selection from Don Pasquale," G. Donizetti, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1906). No. 492: "Selection from The Bartered Bride," Bedrich Smetana, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1899). No. 493: "Grand Selection from Don Giovanni," W. A. Mozart, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1906)
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Folder 1: No. 494: Selection from The Daughter of the Regiment - No. 498 Valse Celebre, 1889-1924Add to your cart.
No. 494: "Selection from The Daughter of the Regiment," Donizetti, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1889). No. 495: "Selection from The Barber of Seville," G. Rossini, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1906). No. 496: "Selection from Erminie," arr. by Theodore Tobani (undated). No. 497: "Selection from William Tell," G. Rossini, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1900). No. 498: "Valse Celebre," M. Moszkowski, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924).
Folder 2: No. 499 Les Huguenots - No. 506 Selection from La Gioconda, 1888-1917Add to your cart.
No. 499: "Selection from Les Huguenots," Meyeerbeer, arr. by Theodore Moses (1888). No. 500: "Selection from Figaro's Wedding," Mozart, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1906). No. 503: "Selection from Lakme," Leo Delibes, arr. by Charles Roberts (1917). No. 505: Selection from Robert le Diable," G. Meyerbeer, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated). No. 506: "Selection from La Gioconda," Ponchielli, arr. by George Wiegand (undated).
Folder 3: No. 508 Selection from Freischutz - No. 512 Selection from Eugene Oneguine, 1888-1913Add to your cart.
No. 508: "Selection from Freischutz," C.M. v. Weber, arr. by Theodore Moses (1888). No. 509: "Selection from The Girl of the Golden West," G. Puccini, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 510: "Selection from Natoma," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 511: "Selection from Rigoletto," Verdi, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913). No. 512: "Selection from Eugene Oneguine," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1909).
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Folder 1: No. 513 Le Villi - No. 517 Grand Fantasie from Faust, 1902-1914Add to your cart.
No. 513: "Le Villi," G. Puccini, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1909). No. 514: "Selection from The Pearl Fisher" Georges Bizet, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1907). No. 516: "Selection from La Forza del Destino," G. Verdi, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 517: "Grand Fantasie from Faust," Chas. Counod, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1914).
Folder 2: No. 518 Manon Selection - No. 522 When You Are Truly Mine, 1914-1924Add to your cart.
No. 518: "Selection from Manon," Massenet, arr. by Chas J. Roberts (1914). No. 519: "Fantasia from Samson and Dalia," C. Saint-Saens, arr. by Tho. Moses-Tobani, rev. by J.S. Seredy (1924). No. 520: "Twilight Sketches," Frederick A. Williams, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 521: "Nola: A Silhouette," Felix Arndt, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 522: "When You Are Truly Mine," Dorothy Lee, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1917).
Folder 3: No. 523 I Gathered a Rose - No. 530 Heart of Mine, 1904-1919Add to your cart.
No. 523: "I Gathered a Rose," Dorothy Lee, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 524: "Only a Year Ago," Fred G. Albers, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 525: "All Fresco," Victor Herbert (1904). No. 526: "The Secret of the Sea from Love Sonnets," J.S. Zamecnik (1911). No. 527: "Love's Fantasy," H. Frommel, arr. by Walter G. Hauenschild (1921). No. 529: "Lovelette," Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 530: "Heart of Mine," Ralph C. Smith, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1917).
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Folder 1: No. 531 By the Mill Stream and Autumn Memories - No. 536 Serenade Norvegienne and Bluette, 1912-1921Add to your cart.
No. 531: "By the Mill-Stream from Autumn Sketches," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1912); 'Autumn Memories from Autumn Sketches," Wilson G. Smith, and J.S. Zamecnik (1912). No. 532: "Coronation March from The Prophet," G. Meyerbeer, arr. by Adolphe Dumont, rev. by J.S. Seredy (undated). No. 533: "In The Dell from Sylvan Sketches," H.C. Frommel, arr. by William Chas. Schoenfeld (1921). No. 534: "Reves D'Orient," Maurice Baron (1921). No. 535: "Caprice Joyeux," Edwina Seelingson, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921). No. 536: "Serenade Norvegienne," Gustave Sandre, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1919); "Bluette," Goerge Aitken, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1919).
Folder 2: No. 537 In the Bungalow - No. 547 Frivolette, 1905-1924Add to your cart.
No. 537: "In the Bungalow," Otto Langey (1906). No. 538: "Gavotte and Musette," J. Raff, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 543: "Marche Triomphale Creole from Suite Creole," Christiaan Kriens (1924). No. 544: "Nocturnal Tangier," Leopold Godowsky, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 524: "Dew Drops," Harry Armstrong, arr. by W.C. O'Hare (1905). No. 546: " Lotus Flowers," Chas. N. Parker, arr. by W.G. Haunschild (1920). No. 547: "Frivolette Entr'acte," Maurice Baron (1920).
Folder 3: No. 549 Siesta - No. 558 A.B.C. Dramatic Set #20, 1908-1921Add to your cart.
No. 549: "Siesta," George Hay, arr. by W.E. Loud (1921). No. 550: "Berceuse," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1908). No. 553: "Romantic Suite: A.B.C. Play Concert Edition No. 1" [Illustrating Romance. Do not use for Heavy Dramatic Scenes] arr. by Ernst Luz (1917). No. 554: "Chopiniana Suite: A.B.C. Photo Play Concert Edition No. 2" [Slow and Serious], arr. by Ernst Luz. No. 556: "A.B.C. Photo Play Concert Edition No. 4" [Frivolity followed by the Plaintive], arr. by Ernst Luz (1917). No. 557: "A.B.C. Photo Play Concert Edition No. 5" [Drama and Aftermath], arr. by Ernst Luz (1917). No. 558: "A.B.C. Dramatic Set No. 20" [Plaintive and Frivolous with agitation, storm or tumult], Ernst Luz and W. Hauenshcild (1916).
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Folder 1: No. 615 The Thistle - No. 622 Clair de Lune and Last Dream of the Virgin, 1896 - 1918Add to your cart.
No. 615: "The Thistle," Chas. Puerner (1896). No. 616: "Barcarolle," A. Rubinstein, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 617: "Festival March," Gaston Borch, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917). No. 619: "Song without Words," W. Rebikoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1918); "Elegie," G. Lubomirsky, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 620: "In Saint-Malo," Christiaan Kriens (1914). No. 621: "Entreaty," Chrleton L. Colby (1920). No. 622: "Clair de Lune," F. Thome (1905); "Last Dream of the Virgin," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1905).
Folder 2: No. 625 Orgies of the Spirits - No. 634 Petite Suite Moderne, 1902 - 1918Add to your cart.
No. 625: "Orgies of the Spirits," A. Ilynsky, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1917). No. 626: "Jeanette," Hugo Riesenfeld (1918). No. 627: "Midsummernight's Dream Overture," F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 629: "Butterfly," J. H. Densmore, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 632: "Intermezzo from Goyescas," Enrique Granados, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 634: "Petite Suite Moderne," Frederick Rosse (1908)
Folder 3: No. 637 American Patrol - No. 644: Scalp Dance and Indian Love Song, 1908 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 637: "American Patrol," F. W. Meacham (1912). No. 638: "Menuet des Follets from The Damnation of Faust," Hector Berlioz, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 640: "Gipsy Fantasia," W. Jerwitz, arr. by Alfred Roth (1908). No. 641: "Silhouettes," Henry Hadley, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1919). No. 644: "Scalp Dance" from Cherokee and Apache Melodies, M. L. Lake (1916); "Indian Love Song," M. L. Lake (1916).
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Folder 1: No. 645 Ave Maria, Let Me Dream Again, The Palms, and Then You'll Remember Me - No. 654 Romance and Inspiration, 1883-1921Add to your cart.
No. 645: "Ave Maria," Gounod, arr. by Theo Moses. (1883); "Let Me Dream Again," Sullivan, arr. by Theo Moses (1883); "The Palms," Faure, arr. by Theo Moses (1883); "Then You'll Remember Me," Balfe, arr. by Theo Moses (1883). No. 646: "Canzonetta," Benjamin Godard, arr. by Otoo Langey (1911). No. 647: "Dance of Arsinoe and Slaves from A Night in Egypt," A. Arensky, arr. by Otto Langey (1921). No. 648: "Eili, Eilie!," Shalitt and Kurt Schindler, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "Voilets for Thee I Gather," E. Meyer-Helmund, arr. by Otto Langey (1921). No. 650: "Songs from Shakespeare's Time," arr. by Gaston Borch (1916). No. 651: "Creepy Creeps: A Goblin Dance," Billee Taylor, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1902). No. 653: "Good Bye," F.B. Tosti, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1907); "La Sevillana," Chevalier de Yradier, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1907). No. 654: "Romance," G. Karganoff, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1915); "Inspiration," Leo Edwards, arr. by D. Savino (1915).
Folder 2: No. 655 Moon Moths - No. 660 Good Friday Music, 1888 - 1921Add to your cart.
No. 655: "Moon Moths," Albert Kussner (1902). No. 656: "Une Larme," M. Moussorgsky, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1921); "Jacquita," Gustav Saenger, arr. by Chas. j. Roberts (undated). No. 657: "Fragrance of Spring," Alma M. Sanders, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921). No. 658: "Fest Overture," A. Leutner, arr. by Theo. Moses (1888). No. 659: "Springtime," Enrique Soro, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 660: "Good Friday Music" from Parsifal, Richard Wagner (undated).
Folder 3: No. 661 Love Song - No. 669 Air de Ballet, 1898-1921Add to your cart.
No. 661: "Love Song," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by W.E. Loud (1917). No. 662: "Marche Mignonne," Werner Janssen (1921). No. 663: "Happy Days," A. Strelezki, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1908). No. 644: "American Fantasie," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1898). No. 666: "Serenade," Enrico toselli, arr. by W.E. Loud (1921). No. 667: "Serenade," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1918). No. 669: "Air de Ballet," Irene Varley (1921).
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Folder 1: No. 670 A Halloween Episode - No. 676 Funeral March, 1894-1921Add to your cart.
No. 670: "A Halloween Episode" [Descriptive], M.L. Lake (1917). No. 671: "Cobweb Castle," Liza Lehmann, arr. by H.M. Higgs (1919). No. 672: "Meditation," P.I. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Otto Langey (1894). No. 673: "Love is Coming," Gus. Friedland (1921). No. 674: "Marche Tirumphale," Leo A. Kempinski (1919). No. 676: "Funeral March," F. Chpin, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1913); "Funeral March: On the death of a Hero," L.v. Beethoven, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1913).
Folder 2: No. 677 Chanson Meditation - No. 684 Dream Picture, 1908-1921Add to your cart.
No. 677: "Chanson-Meditation," R. Cottenet, arr. by Otto Langey (1909). No. 678: "The Erl King," Fr. Schubert, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1908); "Farewell," Fr. Schubert, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1908). No. 679: "Poem erotique," Edward A. MacDowell, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1915). No. 680: "Pierrette," Henry Hadley, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1920). No. 682: "Little Coquette," Alois Reiser, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1921); "Serenata," Alois Reiser, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1921). No. 683: "Melody of Peace," Carroll Martin, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1911). No. 684: "Dream Picture," Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Otto Langey (1921).
Folder 3: No. 686 A Child's Dream and Love Song - No. 694 Zamona, 1901-1921Add to your cart.
No. 686: "Songe D'Enfant," Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914); "Love Song," A. Flegier, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 687: "Invitation to the Dance," Carl Maria von Weber, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920). No. 688: "Lamento," Gabriel Marie, arr. by M.L. Lake (1916). No. 689: "Romance," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1921). No. 690: "Aubade," Ch. Lefebvre, arr. by Otto Langey (1921). No. 691: "Romance of the Rose," Geo. J. Trinkaus (1913). No. 693: "Amo," Alfred G. Robyn, arr. by W.C. O'Hare (1906). No. 694: "Zamona," William Loraine, arr. by Frank Saddler (1901).
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Folder 1: No.695 Daisies - No. 699 Bandanna Sketches, 1905-1921Add to your cart.
No. 695: "Daisies from the Floral Suite C," Theodore Bendix (1905). No. 696: "Oriental Dance from Wonderland," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harry L. Rogers (1906); "Entr'Acte from Mille Modiste," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harry L. Rogers (1906). No. 697: "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3 in D Major," Franz Liszt, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921). No. 698: "Atlantis," V.F. Safranek, arr. M.L. Lake (undated). No. 699: "Bandanna Sketches," Clarence Cameron White, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1919).
Folder 2: No. 701 Lunita - No. 711 Carnaval Venitien, 1903-1920Add to your cart.
No. 701: "Lunita," William Loraine, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1903). No. 702: "Cinderella," William Loraine, arr. by W.C. O'Hare (1908). No.703: "Nocturne," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1918).No. 704: "Reverie," Ed. Schutt, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1918). No. 706: "Le Coucou," Anton Arensky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (undated); "Prelude," Alexander Glazounow, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (undated). No. 709: "A Summer Day," Minnie T. Wright, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 710: "Terpsichorean Vindobona from Triakontameron, No. 13," Leopold Godowsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 711: "Carnaval Venitien," J. Burgmein, arr. Elliott Schenck (1911).
Folder 3: No. 712 Dance of Egyptian Maidens and Fuji-Ko - No. 718: Carnaval des Papillons, 1887-1921Add to your cart.
No. 712: "Dance of Egyptian Maidens," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr.by Otto Langey (1916); "Fuji-Ko," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr. by Carl Keifert (1916). No. 713: "A Stein Song," F.F. Bullard (1902); "Beam from Yonder Star," F.F. Bullard (1902). No.714: "College Overture," Theodore Moses (1887). No. 716: "Three Irish Dances," John Ansell (1908). No. 717: "Serenade Espagnole," Alexandre Glazounow, arr. by Andre Maquarre (1921).?  No. 718: "Carnaval des Papillons," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1921).
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Folder 1: No. 719 Love Song - No. 725 Blushing Coquette, 1906-1922Add to your cart.
No. 719: "Love-Song," Minnie T. Wright, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 720: "Lords and Ladies," Gustave Salzer (1906). No. 721: "Babillage," Ernest Gillet, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1917). No. 722: "Love in May," Louis Breau, arr. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 723: "Whims," Robert Schumann, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 724: "Cavatina," Maurice Baron (1921). No. 725: "Blushing Coquette," J.L. Schendel, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921).
Folder 2: No. 726 Sunshine and Roses - No. 731 Andante Melodioso, 1919-1922Add to your cart.
No. 726: "Sunshine and Roses," Gaston Borch, rev. by M. Aborn (1921). No. 727: "Chines Suite No. 2: To a Lotus Flower," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1920). No. 728: "Chinese Suite No. 3: Patrol of the Boxers," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1921). No. 729: "Un Parole d'Amour," Domenico Savino, arr. by Irenee Berge (1919); "Prelude," Frederic Chopin, arr. by Irenee Berge (1919). No. 730: "Chansonnette," Maurice Baron (1922). No. 731: "Andante Melodioso," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922).
Folder 3: No. 733 Laces and Graces - No. 737 Keltic Suite, 1903-1922Add to your cart.
No. 733: "Laces and Graces," Salzer and Bratton, arr. by Gus. Salzer (1903). No. 734: "Captain Cupid," John W. Bratton, arr. by Gustave Salzer (1905). No. 735: "Graceful Blondinette," Gaston Borch, rev. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 736: "Falling Rose Leaves," Alma Sanders, arr. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 737: "Keltic Suite," J.H. Roulds (1914).
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Folder 1: No. 738 Lovers' Lane - No. 745 A Ball Scene, 1911-1922Add to your cart.
No. 738: "Lovers' Lane," Gaston Borch, W.E. Loud (1921). No. 739: "Fairyland," Charles Huerter, arr. by W.E. Loud (1922). No. 744: "Ship O'Dreams," Herbert Francis, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 741: "Aurora," J. Louis von der Mehden Jr. (1910). No. 742: "A Resolve," H.de Fontenailles, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (undated). No. 745: "A Ball-Scene," J.L. Nicode, arr. by Otto Langey (1911).
Folder 2: No. 748 Spanish Lustspiel Overture - No. 754 Guitarre, 1887-1922Add to your cart.
No. 747: "Rosetime," Geo. J. Trinkaus (1922). No. 748: "Spanish Lustspiel Overture," Keler Bela (1887). No. 749: "Russian Folk-Song," Klemm-Schutt, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 750: "Russian Dance," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Andre Maquarre (1922). No. 751: "Legende," Henri Wieniawski, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1919). No. 753: "Melancolie," Jules Granier, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 754: "Guitarre," M. Moszkawki, arr. by Otto Langey (1920).
Folder 3: No. 755 Spanish Dance - No. 761 Snow Queen, 1893-1922Add to your cart.
No. 755: "Spanish Dance," F. Rehfeld, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 756: "From the Canebrake," Samuel Gardner, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 757: "Bonheur Perdu," E. Gillet, arr. by Theo. Moses (1893). No. 758: "Serenade Espagnole," I. Albeniz, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1921). No. 759: "In Poppyland," Leo Friedman, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1903). No. 760: "A Lucky Duck," Howard Whitney, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1903). No. 761: "Snow Queen," Gus Salzer (1907).
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Folder 1: No. 762 Arabian Song - No. 767 Romance sans Paroles, 1917-1922Add to your cart.
No. 762: "Arabian Song," Max Vogrich, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 764: "Southern Nights," David W. Guion, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 765: "Love's Happiness from Lenore Symphony," J. Raff, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1917). No. 766: "Ballet-Music from The Demon," Anton Rubenstein, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 767: "Romance sans Paroles," Karl Davidoff, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922).
Folder 2: No. 768 Floods of Spring and Recuerdo - No. 773 Canzonetta, 1921-1922Add to your cart.
No. 768: "Floods of Spring,"Sergei Rachmaninoff, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922); "Recuerdo," Enrique Soro, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 769: " Dearest Night," Alfred Bachelet, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922); "For Ever and For Ever," F. Paolo Tosti, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 770: "Song Celestial," Edmund Severn, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921). No. 771: "Danse Orientale," Hariette Cady, arr. by Maurice Baron (1922). No. 772: "Intermezzo from L'Amico Fritz," Pietro Mascgni, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 773: "Canzonetta," P.I. Tschaikowsky, arr.by Maurice Baron (1922)
Folder 3: No. 774 Spring Song - No. 778 Lyric Pieces, 1909-1922Add to your cart.
No. 774: "Spring Song," Alfred Mirovitch, arr. by Maurice Baron (1922). No. 775: "Barcarole (June) from The Seasons," P. Tschaiowsky, trans. by Theodore M. Tobanni (1909). No. 776: "Prelude du Deluge," C. Saint-Seans, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1922). No. 777: "A Dream," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916); "Repose of the Forest," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916); "The Asra," Anton Rubenstein, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916). No. 778: "Lyric Pieces, Suite I, No. 1, Gade," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1919); "Lyric Pieces, Suite I, No. 2, Elegie," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1919); "Lyric Pieces, Suite I, No. 3, Gratitude," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel 1919).
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Folder 1: No. 780 Novelette - No. 796 Le Retour, 1900-1922Add to your cart.
No. 780: "Novelette," Alexander Glazounow, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1922). No. 781: "The Sacrifice," J.S Zamecnik (1922). No. 791: "Kiki," Domenico Savino (1922). No. 793: "Scotch Intermezzo," Johannes Brahms, arr. by Maurice Baron (1922). No. 795: "Scherzo from Midsummernight's Dream," F. Mendelssohn, arr. by William F. Kreischmer (1900). No. 796: "Le Retour," Georges Bizet, arr. by Ernest Gillet (1911).
Folder 2: No. 777 Reverie - No. 892 Canzonetta and Crescendo, 1909-1923Add to your cart.
No. 797: "Reverie," George Drumm (1919). No. 798: "Sweet Revery," P. Tschaikowsky, trans. by Theodore M. Tobani (1910). No. 799: "To a Kiss from Aphrodite Suite," Halfdan Jebe, arr. by  W.G. Hauenschild (1922). No. 800: "Lost Paradise," Leo A. Kempinski (undated). No. 801: "Within the Walls of China," Katherine Allan Lively, arr.by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 802: "Canzonetta," E. Schuett, trans. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909); "Crescendo," Per Lasson, trans. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909).
Folder 3: No. 803 Twilight Hour - No. 808 Largo and Nazareth, 1917-1923Add to your cart.
No. 803: "Twilight Hour," Domenico Savino (1922). No. 804: "Chant Elegiaque," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1913). No. 805: "Chanson de Pierrot," R. Drigo, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 806: "Vision d'Amour," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 808: "Largo," G.F. Haendel, arr.by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1889); "Nazareth," Charles Gounod, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1917).
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Folder 1: No. 809 Columbine and Evening Mood - No. 821 Fallen Leaf, 1902-1923Add to your cart.
No. 809: "Columbine," Walter Wallace Smith, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920); "Evening Mood," Richard Czerwonky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920). No. 812: "Romeo's Farewell To Juliet," Maurice Baron (1923). No. 815: "Gosepl Hymns," Julius S. Seredy, arr. by Seredy-Tocaben (1915); "Onward Christian Soldiers" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, A. S. Sullivan, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Adeste Fidelis" from Collection of Gospel Hymn, M. Portogallo, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Nearer, my God to thee" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, Dr. L. Mason, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Pleyel's Hymn" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Old Hundred" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, L. Bourgeois, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Rock of Ages" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, Dr. T. Hastings, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Sun of my Soul" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, P. Ritter, arr. by Theordore M. Tobani (undated); "Happy Days" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, E. F. Rimbault, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, I. B. Dyke, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Brightly gleams our Banner" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, A. S. Sullivan, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "The Gate ajar for me" S. J. Vail, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Come, ye disconslate" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, S. Webbe, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated). No. 816: "Cavatina: Salut! demeure chaste et pure" from Faust, Charles Gounod, arr. by W. H. Myddleton (1902). No. 820: "Elegie" from Trio, A. Arensky, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 821: "Fallen Leaf (An Indian Love Song)," Frederic Knight Logan, arr. by La Salle (1922).
Folder 2: No. 823 Humpty Dumpty's Funeral March - No. 836 Chanson d'Amour, 1888-1923Add to your cart.
No. 823: "Humpty Dumpty's Funeral March," Frederick Brandeis, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 824: "Cavatina," J. Raff, arr. by Julius S. Seredy (1913); "Berceuse," M. Hauser, arr. by W. G. Dietrich (1888). No. 825: "Meditation," Julian Clifford (1918). No. 834: "When You And I Were Young, Maggie," J. A. Butterfield, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921); "Ave Maria," Charles Gound, arr. by J. S. Seredy (1921); "Thou'rt Like Unto A Flower," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921). No. 835: "My Old Kentucky Home" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Just Before The Battle, Mother" from Twelve American Songs, George F. Root, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Nelly Was A Lady" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "The Vacant Chair" from Twelve American Songs, George F. Root, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Hard Times Come Again No More" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Uncle Ned" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Comrades, Fill No Glass For Me" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Listen To The Mocking Bird" from Twelve American Songs, Alice Hawthron, arr. by Paul De VIlle (1908); "The Virginia Rose Bud" from Twelve American Songs, F. H. Kavanaugh, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Dearest Me" from Twelve American Songs, L. V. H. Crosby, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Old Black Joe" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908). No. 836: "Chanson d'Amour," Josef Suk, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1921).
Folder 3: No. 837 Masquerade Suite - No. 852 Zingaresca, 1923Add to your cart.
No. 837: "Carnival March," "Harlequin and Columbine," "Antics of the Clowns," "The Mandolin Serenaders," and "Grand Parade" from Masquerade Ballet Suite, P. Lacome, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 838: "To Mission San Francisco," Lily Strickland, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 839: "Santa Anna's Patio," Lily Strickland, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 851: "Villanelle," Eva Dell'Acqua, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 852: "Zingaresca," Maurice Baron (1923).
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Folder 1: No. 853 Adieu - No. 859 The Bim-Bims, 1911-1917Add to your cart.
No. 853: "Adieu," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Harold Sanford (1917). No. 854: "Told at Twilight," Charles Huerter, arr. by Harold Sanford (1913). No. 855: "Caressing Butterfly" and "Love's Wilfulness," R. Barthelemy, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 856: "Souvenir de Venise," Alfred Price Quinn, arr. by Harold Sanford (1917). No. 857: "Serenade," A. Rubinstein, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 858: "Prelude" and "Nocturne," F. Chopin, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 859: "The Bim-Bims," Leon Adam, arr. by Henry E. Geehl (1913).
Folder 2: No. 860 Gondoliera - No. 867 Serenade, 1912-1923Add to your cart.
No. 860: "Gondoliera," M. Moszkowski, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 862: "Intermezzo Pittoresque," J. Kocian, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 863: "Serenata," Mario Tarenghi, arr. by Otto Langey (1914). No. 864: "Pizzicato-Bluette," Th. Lack, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No.865: "Amour Coquet," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 866: "Colinette: Aubade a ma Mie," Auguste Bosc, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 867: "Serenade," Henry Ern, arr. by Otto Langey (1914).
Folder 3: No. 868 Serenata and Passepied - No. 878 Danse Bretonne, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 868: "Serenata," Alberto Cajani, arr. by Otto Langey (1912); "Passepied" from Le roi s'amuse, Leo Delibes, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 872: "Dialogue," Erik Meyer-Helmund, arr. by C. Kiefert (1916). No. 873: "Cadiz," I. Albeniz, arr. by Harold Sanford (1916). No. 875: "Song of the Boatmen of the Volga," transcr. by Harriette Cady, arr. by Otto Langey (1912); "Cossack Lullaby," J. Jiranek, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 876: "Melodie," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Otto Langey (1920); "Menuetto all'antico," G. Karganoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 877: "Mignonette," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1911); "Two Preludes," F. Chopin, arr. by Gustave Hinrichs (1911). No. 878: "Danse Bretonne" from the ballet La Korrigane, Charles M. Widor, arr. by Gustave Hinrichs (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 880 Serenade and Coquette - No. 896 Egyptia, 1911-1917Add to your cart.
No. 880: "Serenade," Franz Drdla, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912); "Coquette," A. Arensky, arr. by Gustave Hinrichs (1912). No. 881: "Morris Dance" from The York Pageant Music, T. Tertius Noble, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 882: "Bal de Noces" and "Cortege Nuptial" from Le Roman de Pierrot et Pierrette, J. Burgmein, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 894: "Neapolitan Nights," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 896: "Egyptia," J. S. Zamecnik (1917).
Folder 2: No. 898 Al Fresco and Traumerei - No. 904 The Dancer of Navarre, 1912-1921Add to your cart.
No. 898: "Al Fresco," George Etienne, arr. by Jessie Downer-Eaton (1912); "Traumerei," Edward A. MacDowell, arr. by Jessie Downer-Eaton (1914). No. 900: "Legende," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1912); "Celtic Dream," Frederic Field Bullard, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1912). No. 901: "June Breezes," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 902: "Tears," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 903: "Ecstasy," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 904: "The Dancer of Navarre," J. S. Zamecnik (1917).
Folder 3: No. 905 Sparklets - No. 912 Admiration, 1912-1916Add to your cart.
No. 905: "Sparklets," Walter E. Miles, arr. by R. B. Brewer (1912). No. 906: "Basket of Roses," Theodore G. Albers, arr. by John S. Zamecnik (1913). No. 907: "Eleanor," Jessie L. Deppen (1913). No. 908: "Bowel of Pansies," Jules Reynard, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 909: "At Sunset," R. B. Brewer (1913). No. 910: "Water Lilies," Floyd J. St Clair (1914). No. 911: "Legend of a Rose," Jules Reynard, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 912: "Admiration," Ralph C. Jackson, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916).
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Folder 1: No. 913 Tulips - No. 920 In Arcadia, 1915-1920Add to your cart.
No. 913: "Tulips," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 914: "Spring Flowers," J. Dellinger Wood, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 915: "Gavotte Piquante," William T. Pierson, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 916: "Iris," Jules Reynard, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 917: "Cupid's Frolic," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 918: "Summer Nights," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 919: "Butterfly Dance," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 920: "In Arcadia," Gatty Sellars, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920).
Folder 2: No. 921 Carnations - No. 925 Love Fancies, 1911-1923Add to your cart.
No. 921: "Carnations," Fred G. Albers, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918), No. 922: "Flirtation," B. L. Cross, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 923: "Nubian Desert Song," Nicolas Amani, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923); "Berceuse," Cesar Cui, arr. by James C. Bradford (1923). No. 924: "Serenata de la Noche," Rosa Ferrell Burks, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 925: "Love Fancies from the Piano Suite Love Sonnets," J. S. Zamecnik (1911).
Folder 3: No. 926 Moon Glow - No. 934 In Birdland, 1914-1921Add to your cart.
No. 926: "Moon Glow," John Frederic Barth, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 927: "Remembrance," Jessie L. Deppen, arr. by R. B. Brewer (1918). No. 929: "The Spirit of the Nile," G. Vargas, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 930: "Marionette," Felix Arndt, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 931: "Spirit of America," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 932: "To a Violet from Memoirs," J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 933: "The Coquette," Jessie L. Deppen, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 934: "In Birdland," J. S. Zamecnik (1921).
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Folder 1: No. 935 The Little Soubrette - No. 940 Romance d'Amour, 1912-1923Add to your cart.
No. 935: "The Little Soubrette," Arthur Traves Granfield, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 936: "Ballet Sentimental," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 937: "Premier Amour," Andre Benoist, arr. by Elliott Schenck (1912). No. 938: "Pulcinello," W. Aletter, arr. by Elliott Schenck (1912). No. 939: "Prelude," Armas Jarnefelt, arr. by Armand Vecsey (1913); "Aria," Robert Schumann, arr. by Armand Vecsey (1913). No. 940: "Romance d'Amour," A. Arensky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923).
Folder 2: No. 942 Bluette - No. 949 Strolling Dolly, 1917-1923Add to your cart.
No. 942: "Bluette," Harold Sanford (1917). No. 944: "Blue Bells," J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 945: "La Soudanese," Ralph C. Jackson, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 946: "Enchanted Forest," Philip Spitalny, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 947: "Whims of Love," Maurice Baron (1922). No. 948: "Rosebud," Harold Sanford (1921). No. 949: "Strolling Dolly," Charles Lindgreen, scored by Morris Aborn (1923).
Folder 3: No. 950 Midsummer - No. 958 Dancing Leaves, 1911-1923Add to your cart.
No. 950: "Midsummer" from The Far-Away-Isles, Andre Maquarre (1914). No. 951: "Reubens Frolic," arr. by William Charles Schoenfeld (1922). No. 952: "Were my song with wings provided," Reynaldo Han, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923); "Dreams," Anton Strelezki, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 953: "Waiting," Charles Ancliffe (1922). No. 955: "Haya," Louis Maurice, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 956: "Dream of the Flowers," Charles Cohen, arr. by R. B. Brewer (1911). No. 957: "In Poppyland," Fred G. Albers, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 958: "Dancing Leaves," Walter E. Miles, arr. by R. B. Brewer (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 959 Mon Plaisier - No. 963 Spirit of Youth, 1914-1919Add to your cart.
No. 959: "Mon Plaisier," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 960: "Phyllis," Jessie L. Deppen, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 961: "Valse Danseuse," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 962: "Love Letters," Ralph C. Jackson, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 963: "Spirit of Youth," Ernest V. Dahlquist, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1919).
Folder 2: No. 964 Dancing Nymphs - No. 970 Agitato No. 1, 1919-1923Add to your cart.
No. 964: "Dancing Nymphs," Robert Braine, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 965: "Memory's Garden," Lucien Denni, arr. by Clarence E. Wheeler (1923). No. 966: "Toddling," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 967: "Dramatic Andante No. 1," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 968: "Dawn," "Spring Song," "Noontide," and "La Gondole" from the suite A Day in May, Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 969: "Creeping Shadows," "The Torture Chamber," and "Witches" from Gruesome Tales, Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 970: "Agitato No. 1," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923).
Folder 3: No. 971 Rose Leaves - No. 976 Promenade, 1904-1923Add to your cart.
No. 971: "Rose Leaves," Leo Edwards, orch. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 972: "Misterioso No. 1," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 974: "Marche Carnavalesque," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 975: "Manuel Menendez," Lorenzo Filiasi (1904). No. 976: "Promenade," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923).
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Folder 1: No. 977 Savage Carnival - No. 982 Hedge Roses, 1922-1923Add to your cart.
No.977: "Savage Carnival," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 978: "Dew Drops," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 979: "Merry Pranks," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No.980: "For You Alone," Theodore Morse (1922). No. 981: "Violets," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 982: "Hedge Roses," Hugo Frey (1923).
Folder 2: No. 984 Screening Preludes - No. 989 Cortege, 1906-1923Add to your cart.
No. 984: "Entrance March from Screening Preludes," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923); "Chinese from Screening Preludes," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923); "Pastorale from Screening Preludes," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 985: "To a Wild Rose, Will O' the Wisp, At an Old Trysting-Place, In Autumn, From an Indian Lodge from Woodland Sketches," Edward Macdowell, arr. by Charles Woodhouse (1923). No. 986: "With Powdered Wig and Hoop Skirt," D. de Severac, arr. by C. Kiefert (1916). No. 987: "The Swan," C. Saint-Saens, arr.by R. Klugescheid (1906). No. 988: "Western Allegro," Erno Rappe and William Axt (1923). No.989: "Cortege," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923).
Folder 3: No. 990 Scene de Ballet - No. 995 Dance of the Debutantes, 1910-1923Add to your cart.
No. 990: "Scene de Ballet from Le Pavillon d"Armide," N. Tscherepnine, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 991: "Trepak," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 992: "And the Night-Raven Sings," Herbert Bedford, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 993: "Extase d'Amour," Raymond Roze, arr. by S.K. Wright (1910). No. 994: "La Petite Duchesse," Henri Baron (1921). No. 995: "Dance of the Debutantes," Otto Langey (1918).
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Folder 1: No. 996 Sweet Forget-me-nots - No. 1000 On the Steppes of Central Asia, 1907-1923Add to your cart.
No. 996: "Sweet Forget-me-nots," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 997: "Celestine," G. Vargas, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 998: "The Seven Last Words," Joseph Haydn, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1907); "Praeludium," F. Chopin, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1907); "Largo," Corelli, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani; "Christmas Song," L. Reichard, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1907). No. 999: "Valse," Mischa Levitzki, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923); "Cantilena," G. Goltermannn, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 1000: "On the Steppes of Central Asia," A. Borodin, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923).
Folder 2: No. 1001 Mignonette - No. 1008 A Rustic Festival, 1914-1923Add to your cart.
No. 1001: "Mignonette," Ralph C. Jackson, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 1002: "A Venetian Romance from Memoirs," J.S. Zamecnik (1922); "The Lone Pine from Memoirs," J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1003: "Yester-Eve," J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1004: "Valse a la Salon," Amy Titus Worthington, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 1005: "Hearts Desire," Jules Reynard, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1006: "Soiree," J.S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1007: "Danse Passion," J.S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1008: "A Rustic Festival," J.S. Zamecnik (1923).
Folder 3: No. 1009 Nydia - No. 1014 The Soul of a Rose, 1921-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1009: "Nydia," J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1010: "Joy!" J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 1011: "Indian Plaint," Anton Dvorak, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1012: "Springtime," Minnie T. Wright, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1013: "To a Water-Lily, From Uncle Remus, A Deserted Farm, By A Meadow Brook, Told at Sunset from Woodland Sketches," Edward Macdowell, arr. Charles Woodhouse (1923). No. 1014: "The Soul of a Rose," Byron Gay (1923).
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Folder 1: No. 1015 Love's Chatter - No. 1022 Une Promenade de Matin, 1910-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1015: "Love's Chatter," David Mendoza (1924). No. 1016: "Moon Dreams," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by W.C. Polla (1923). No. 1017: "My Abode," Franz Schubert, arr. by Joseph Marr (undated). No. 1019: "The Coquette," Arthur Edward Johnstone, arr. by Gaston Borch (undated); "Esperanza," Arthur Edward Johnstone, arr. by Gaston Borch (undated). No. 1020: "Agitato No. 2" [For struggles, excitement, arguments, fights], Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1022: "Une Promenade de Matin," F. Bendel, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1910).
Folder 2: No. 1023 Twelve Irish Songs - No. 1034 Indian Patrol, 1902-1921Add to your cart.
No. 1023: "The Minstrel Boy; Savourneen Delish; Killarney; Come Back to Erin; Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms; The Meeting of the Waters; The Last Rose of Summer; The Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow; The Dear Little Shamrock; Wearing of the Green; The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls; The Cruiskeen Lawn from Twelve Irish Songs," arr. by L.O. de Witt (1902). No. 1025: "Unrest," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1026: "'Neath the Desert Stars," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1027: "An English Tune," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1029: "Romance," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1030: "At the Cloister Gate," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1031: "A Moonlight Barcarole," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1032: "Love Duet," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1034: "Indian Patrol," Henry Geehl (1921).
Folder 3: No. 1035 Norwegian Dances - No. 1040 Le Chant Des Boulevards, 1899-1923Add to your cart.
No. 1035: "Norwegian Dance No. II and No. III," E. Grieg, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1899). No. 1036: "Fair Debutante," Jules Reynard, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1037: "Ballet Barbarian," J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 1038: "Regret," J.S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1039: "Adieu," J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 1040: "Le Chant Des Boulevards," J.S. Zamecnik (1922).
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Folder 1: No. 1041 Ode to Spring - No. 1048 A Tone Picture, 1921-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1041: "Ode to Spring," J. S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1042: "The Desert Caravan," J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 1043: "Water Sprites," Frederic Van Norman, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1044: "Morning Glories," Jules Reynard, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1045: "Love-Note from Memoirs," J. S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1046: "Love Came Calling," J. S. Zamecnik (1924). No. 1047: "Serenade Petite," J. S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1048: "A Tone-Picture," Adolf Hass, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1049 Snake Charmer - No. 1056 In the Cabbage Patch, 1902-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1049: "The Snake-Charmer," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1051: "Dance of the Marionettes," Frank J. Gurney, arr. by Theodore Bendix (1902). No. 1052: "The Woodland Inn," Theodore Bendix (1913). No. 1053: "Stolen Moments," Leo Friedmann, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1913). No. 1054: "The Windmill," Nathaniel D. Mann, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1904). No. 1055: "Luzon," Eugene Ellsworth, arr. by Theodore Bendix (1905). No. 1056: "In the Cabbage Patch," Frederic Knight Logan (1903).
Folder 3: No. 1057 Cuban Serenade - No. 1064 Menuet, 1899-1911Add to your cart.
No. 1057: "Cuban Serenade," Charles Puerner (1899). No. 1058: "Lillies," Theodore Bendix, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1905). No. 1059: "The Star of India," John W. Bratton, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1905). No. 1060: "Love's Menu," William H. Tyers (1906). No. 1061: "The Road to Yesterday," Melville Ellis, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1907). No. 1063: "Dream Shadows," Otto Langey (1902). No. 1064: "Menuet," I. J. Paderewski, arr. by S. K. Wright (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 1066 Angels' Serenade - No. 1071 Butterflies and It Is Night, 1910-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1066: "Angels' Serenade," G. Braga, arr. by Alfred Roth (1910). No. 1067: "Fairy Tales," Karl Komzak, arr. by J. Louis von der Mehden Jr. (1910). No. 1068: "To Spring" and "Solvejg's Song from Peer Gynt Suite No. II," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1911). No. 1070: "Persian Dance from the Opera Khovanchtchina," Modest Moussorgsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1071: "Butterflies," Linn Seiler, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924); "It Is Night," Jennie Prince Black, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1072 Souvenir d'Amour - No. 1077 Intermezzo, 1918-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1072: "Souvenir d'Amour," Eugene Conte, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1073: "Appassionato No. 1," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 1074: "Danza d'Amore," Enrique Soro, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 1075: "Interlude from the Opera Alglala," Francesco B. De Leone, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1076: "Czardas," V. Monti, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1077: "Intermezzo Op. 9 No. 3," Richard Strauss, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). Note: No. 1076 is incorrectly listed as No. 195 on the folder.
Folder 3: No. 1078 Andantino - No. 1086 Heavy Villainous and Heavy Agitato, 1922-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1078: "Andantino," Edwin H. Lemare, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1079: "Hurry," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1080: "Dramatic Suspense," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1081: "Agitato," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1082: "Forboding Descriptive," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1083: "Descriptive Agitato," Leo A. Kempinski (1923). No. 1084: "Heavy (Con Moto) Tension," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1085: "Chant Des Fossoyeurs from the Opera Hamlet," Ambroise Thomas, arr. by Walter G. Hauenschild (1923). No. 1087: "A. Heavy Villainous and B. Dramatic Agitato Con Moto," arr. by Ernst Luz (1922).
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Folder 1: No. 1087 Allegro Molto - No. 1094 Recitativo No. 1, 1921-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1087: "Allegro Molto," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1088: "Furioso No. 1" [For Great Confusion, Riot Scenes, Struggles, etc.], Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1089: "The Pearl of Korea Overture," Lucius Hosmer (1921). No. 1091: "The Afterglow," Charles Huerter, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1092: "The Little Clock on the Mantel," Clarence E. Wheeler (1924). No. 1093: "Swing Along!," Will Marion Cook, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1094: "Recitativo No. 1" [For Pleadings, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation], Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1095 Plaisir d'Amour - No. 1104 Heart's Pleading, 1923-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1095: "Plaisir d'Amour," G. B. Martini, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1097: "Weird Scenes from Nature," Edward Kilenyi (1924). No. 1099: "Misterioso-Burlesque" [For Scenes of Parody, Buffoonery, Mockery, etc.], Domenico Savino (1924). No. 1100: "Agitato A La Valse" [For Meeting of the Conspirators, Impending Danger, Tragic Suspense, etc.], Domenico Savino (1924). No. 1101: "Agitato No. 3" [For Street Brawls, Riots, etc.], Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1102: "Love's Little Hour," Robert Hood Bowers (1923). No. 1103: "Frozen North" [For Vast Spaces, Mountains, Frozen Lakes, Snow and Winter Scenes], Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1104: "Heart's Pleading," Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1105 Indian Orgy - No. 1112 Fire Agitato, 1923-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1105: "Indian Orgy" [For Indian Gatherings, Uprisings, Dances, and Festivals], Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1106: "La Piquante," Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 1108: "La Coquette," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 1109: "In a Tea Garden," T. Henry Lodge, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1110: "Moonlight Silhouettes," T. Henry Lodge, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1111: "Debutante," Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 1112: "Fire Agitato" [For Fires, Storms, Tornadoes, Earthquakes, etc.], William Axt (1924).
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Folder 1: No. 1113 Allegro Misterioso - No. 1121 Gaiety, 1922-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1113: "Allegro Misterioso" [For Stealthy scenes, mysterious gatherings, etc.], William Axt, arr. by James C. McCabe (1924). No. 1115: "Soaring," Robert Schumann, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1117: "Romanza," Enrique Granados, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1118: "Adagio Elegiaque," Henri Wieniawski, arr. by Adolf Schimid (1924). No. 1120: "Zareda," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Ernst Luz (1922). No. 1121: "Gaiety" [Happiness, Cheerful Scenes, Festivals, Gatherings, etc.], Domenico Savino (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1122 A Little Dance - No. 1128 Moto Perpetuo, 1917-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1122: "A Little Dance," Paul Beaumont, arr. by Tom Clark (1925). No. 1123: "La Zamacueca: Souvenir de Valparaiso," Theodore Ritter, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1124: "Hail, America!," George Drumm (1917). No. 1126: "Love Tragedy" [For Pathetic Scene with Tragic ending, etc.], Domenico Savino (1924). No. 1127: "Prelude Dramatique," Bertram Srawley, ed. by Geo. H. Sanders (1924). No. 1128: "Moto Perpetuo," Irving Weiss, arr. by Geo. H. Sanders (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1129 Dramatic Lamento - No. 1136 A Plotting Maestoso, 1891-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1129: "Dramatic Lamento," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1922). No. 1130: "In Love," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Minot (1918). No. 1131: "Suite of Serenades: No. 1 'Spanish,'" Victor Herbert (1924). No. 1132: "Overture: Sounds from the Sunny South," arr. by Emil Iseman, rev. by Adolphe Dumont (1912). No. 1133: "Musical Scenes from Switzerland," Otto Langey (1891). No. 1134: "Incidental Symphonies: Diabolical Con Moto," Leo. A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1135: "Incidental Symphonies: Forboding Intro and Hurried Suspense," arr. by Roger Casini (1922). No. 1136: "Incidental Symphonies: A Plotting Maestoso," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924).
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Folder 1: No. 1137 Marche Miniature and Spagnuola - No. 1144 Enemies of Women, 1904-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1137: "Marche miniature," Victor Jacobi, arr. by Otto Langey (1916); "Spagnuola," Irenee Berge (1915). No. 1138: "An Argument" [Should be applied to scenes portraying the beginning and development of a dispute or argument between two or more persons, an assembly or a board of directors. It is suitable for both serious and comedy situations], J.C. Breil (1924). No. 1139: "Tragic Scene," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1924). No. 1140: "Romance," A. d'Amrosio, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1143: "Idilio," Th. Lack, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1904); "Under the Leaves," F. Thome, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1904); "Once Upon a Time," G. Mahr, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1904). No. 1144: "Selected Themes from Enemies of Women," William Frederick Peters, arr. by W.C. Polla (1923).
Folder 2: No. 1145 The Hustler - No. 1156 The Approaching Tornado, 1912-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1145: "The Hustler," Bertram Srawley, arr. by Geo. H. Sanders (1924). No. 1146: "Appassionato No. 2" [For Tragic situations, deep emotion, struggles, etc.], William Axt, arr. by James C. McCabe (1924). No. 1147: "IV. Finale from Symphonette," Irenee Berge (1917). No. 1149: "Menuet," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Adolphe Dumont (1912); "Nocturnal Piece," Robert Schumann, arr. by Adolphe Dumont (1912). No. 1151: "Dramatic Adagio," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1925). No. 1152: "After Sundown," Rudolf Friml, arr. by W.E. Loud (1920). No. 1153: "Dance of the Furies from Orpheus," C.W. Von Gluck (1925). No. 1154: "Incidental Symphonies: The Duel and Vendetta," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1155: "Incidental Symphonies: The Massacre," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1156: "Incidental Symphonies: The Approaching Tornado," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1157 Attack-Appeal-Rescue - No. 1166 Songe D'Automne, 1908-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1157: "Incidental Symphonies: Attack, Appeal, Rescue," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1158: "Incidental Symphonies: Volcanic Fury," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1159: "The Gypsy's Wooing," George J. Trinkaus (1908). No. 1160: "In Gloomy Forest" [For Sinister- Gruesome - Suspense - Lonely Places, etc.], William Axt (1925). No. 1161: "Whispering Willows," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1915). No. 1164: "Entrance of the Gods from The Rhinegold," Richard Wagner, arr. by Emil Ascher (1913). No. 1165: "Reverie of Love," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1166: "Songe D'Automne," Archibald Joyce, arr. by Emil Ascher (1909).
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Folder 1: No. 1167 Amourette - No. 1173 Fleeting Shadows, 1909-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1167: "Amourette," Gustav Klemm, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1168: "Consolation (No. 3)," Franz Liszt, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1170: "La Paloma," Yradier, arr. by S. Katz (1909). No. 1171: "Appassionato" [For love scenes], Gaston Borch (1920). No. 1172: "The Mystery of Night," Lucien Denni, poem by Gwynne Denni (1924). No. 1173: "Fleeting Shadows," Irving Weiss, arr. by George H. Sanders (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1174 Playfulness - No. 1179 Rage, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1174: "Playfulness from Op. 2, No. 12," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1175: "Angel's Dream," F. d'Orso, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1176: "A Kiss from You," Don Maffay, arr. by D. Savino (1925). No. 1177: "Mystery - Hurray" [For Pursuit, Chase of lurking foe, Hurrying in the dark, etc.], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1178: "In Despair" [To Express One's Emotion in Despair], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1179: "Rage" [For Fiendish anger, sudden outbursts of madness, etc.], William Axt, arr. by James C. McCabe (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1180 The Plotting Foe - No. 1187 Sinister Misterioso, 1924-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1180: "The Plotting Foe" [For Impending Danger, etc.], Edward Kilenyi (1925). No. 1181: "Vulcano" [For Volcanic eroption, floods, thunder storm and earthquakes], Erno Rappee and William Axt (1924). No. 1182: "Panicy Agitato" [For Brawls, Fights, Struggles, Mob scenes, etc.], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1183: "Gathering of the Braves" [For Indian gatherings, preparation for religious rituals, etc.], William Axt, arr. by Chas. Grant (1924). No. 1185: "Thrills," Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1186: "Two Lyric Pieces: Disillusioned and A Melodious Moment," Bertram Srawley, arr. by Geo. H Sanders (1925). No. 1187: "Sinister Misterioso" [To Suggest Danger in the Dark and Scenes of Sombre Character], Irenee Berge, arr. by James C. McCabe (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1188 In the Clouds - No. 1193 Intermezzo D'Arlequine, 1920-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1188: "In the Clouds" [For Aeroplane themes, ascent and descent flights], Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1189: "Sounds from the Cloister" [For Scenes of a religious character], William Axt, arr. by Chas N. Grant (1925). No. 1190: "Screening Preludes No. 2," Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W.c. Polla (1924). No. 1191: "Pollywog's Frolic," Erno rapee and William Axt, arr. by W.C. Polla (1923). No. 1192: "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," R.M. Stults (1920). No. 1193: "Intermezzo D'Arlequine," Carl Bohm, arr. by W.G. Hauenschild (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1194 Four Songs - No. 1203 Jealous Moon, 1898-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1194: "Four Songs," Tito Mattei, arr. by L.P. Laurendeau (1898). No. 1196: "Traumerei," R. Schumann, arr. by Franz Mahl (1909); "Intermezzo Sinfonico from Cavalleria Rusticana," P. Mascagni, arr. by Franz Mahl (1909). No. 1198: "Scherzo from Sonata No.2," C.M. von Weber, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1199: "Song of the Czar from Snegourotchka," N. Rimsky-Korsakow, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925); "The Enchanted Hour," Reynaldo Hahn, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1200: "No. 8: The Wanderer's Return" [For home scenes, sunrise, etc. & sentimental situations], Albert W. Ketelbey (1924). No. 1201: "Dramatic Suspense" [For scenes of suppressed excitement, etc.], Christopher O'Hare (1919). No. 1202: "Simple Aveu," Fr. Thome, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1900); "Aubade," J. Massenet, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1900); "Lullaby," Joh. Brahms, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1900). No. 1203: "Jealous Moon," J.S. Zamecnik (1918).
Folder 3: No. 1204 The Mice and the Trap and Ronde d'Amour - No. 1212 A Cryptic Sea Tale, 1900-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1204: "The Mice and the Trap," O. Kohler, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1900); "Ronde d'Amour," N. van Westerhout, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1900).No. 1207: "Trees," Oscar Rasbach, arr. by Tom Clark (1925); "Love's Sorrow," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr. by Tom Clark (1925). No. 1208: "Danza Siberiana," G.T. Nicotra, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1209: "Rural Flirts," James C. Bradford, arr. by Morris Aborn (1925). No. 1210: "Grave e Largamente from Pelleas and Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1121: "Melisande from Pelleas and Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1212: "A Cryptic Sea Tale from Pelleas and Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1213 A Scenic Impression - No. 1221 Thelma, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1213: "A Scenic Impression from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1214: "Melody of Destiny from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1215: "Beatitude and Bliss from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1216: "Con Moto Dramatic from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1217: "Ecstatic Allegro from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1218: "Mystic Andante from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1219: "Tragic Andante from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1220: "Le Secret," Leonard Gautier, arr. by Alred Roth (undated); "On Guard," P. Dierig, arr. by Margis-Berger (undated). No. 1221: "Thelma," Willy Stahl, arr. by D. Savino (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1222 Appassionato Dramatico - No. 1228 May Days and Grey Days, 1916-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1222: "Appassionato Dramatico" [To depict dramatic fervor and highly strung dramatic scenes], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1223: "Dramatic Scene and Agitato" [To depict entrance of a desperate character leading up to a struggle], William Axt (1925). No. 1224: "Whispering Hope," Alice Hawthorne, transcr. by Chas. Dews, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1225: "Dance of the Amazons," Anatole Liadow, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1226: "Rush Hours," Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1227: "The Show Off," Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1228: "May Days and Grey Days," Percy Elliott, arr. by W. Piercy (1916).
Folder 3: No. 1229 Praire Sketches - No. 1233 Rustic Revels, 1919-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1229: "Praire Sketches," Chas. Wakefield Cadman, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 1230: "Horror from Incidental Symphonies," Leo. A. Kempinski (1924). No. 1231: "Greed from Incidental Symphonies," Leo. A. Kempinski (1924). No. 1231: "Weird Night" [For dark scenes at night, mystery, stealth, etc.], William Axt, arr. by Chas. N. Grant (1924). No. 1233: "Rustic Revels," Percy E. Fletcher (1919).
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Folder 1: No. 1234 Situazione Pericolosa - No. 1241 Notte Misteriosa, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1234: "Situazione Pericolosa," G. Becce (1925). No. 1235: "Emotional Conflict," G. Becce (1925). No. 1237: "Tragic Moments," G. Becce (1925). No. 1238: "Agony of the Soul," G. Becce (1925). No. 1239: "Inseguimento e fuga," G. Becce (1925). No. 1240: "Largo tragico from Preludes," Chopin (1925). No. 1241: "Notte misteriosa," G. Becce (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1242 Grave Humor - No. 1248 A Love Sonnet, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1242: "Grave Humor," G. Becce (1925). No. 1243: "Patience Under Pain," G. Becce (1925). No. 1244: "Second Misterioso a la Valse" [To characterize the tense atmosphere of anticipating dangerous situations also for emotional scenes and excited conversations], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1245: "Dilemma" [For scenes of meditating and agitated tension also religious scenes], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1246: "Moon Madness," T. Henry Lodge, arr. by Leo Palminteri (1925). No. 1247: "Scherzando - Hurry" [Can also be used for semi-mysterious situations or suggesting haste, etc.], Hugo Frey (1925). No. 1248: "A Love Sonnet," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1249 Souvenir - No. 1254 Babylon: III Queen of the Night, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1249: "Souvenir," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1925). No. 1250: "The Water Fall," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1925). No. 1251: "Danse Espagnole," M. Moszkowski, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1925). No. 1252: "Odalisks from Babylon," Justin Elie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925). No. 1253: "Bayaderes from Babylon," Justin Elie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925). No. 1254: "Queen of the Night from Babylon," Justin Elie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1255 Babylon: IV Orgy - No. 1260 The Philanderer, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1255: "Orgy from Babylon," Justin Elie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925). No. 1256: "Andalusia," Arnulfo Miramontes, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925). No. 1257: "Omens," Walter C. Schad, ed. by Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1258: "Reverie D'amour," Gustave D'Aquin, arr. by Alfred Roth (1925). No. 1259: "Devotion," Herman Hand (1925). No. 1260: "The Philanderer," Bertram Srawley, arr. by Geo. H. Sanders (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1261 Dramatic Agitato No. 1 - No. 1266 Recitative and Aria, 1923-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1261: "Dramatic Agitato No. 1," C. A. Egener (1924). No. 1263: "Mariska," Erno Rapee (1925). No. 1264: "Grande Polka de Concert," Homer Newton Bartlett, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1265: "Emotional Agitato" [To accompany escape, flight from danger or rushing to a rescue], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1266: "Recitative and Aria," Leo. A. Kempinski (1923).
Folder 3: No. 1267 The Hurricane - No. 1273 Lyric Agitato, 1924-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1267: "The Hurricane" [Storm music], C. A. Eggner (1924). No. 1268: "Agony from Incidental Symphonies," Leo. A. Kempinski (1925). No. 1269: "A Dungeon Scene from Incidental Symphonies," Wm. Chas. Schoenfeld (1925). No. 1270: "The Villain's Den from Incidental Symphonies," R. T. Damaur (1925). No. 1271: "Furious Enemies from Incidental Symphonies," R. T. Damaur (1925). No. 1272: "Stormy Conflict from Incidental Symphonies," R. T. Damaur (1925). No. 1273: "Lyric Agitato" [For scenes of emotional struggles and of passionate strife], Domenico Savino (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1274 Disaster - No. 1282 In Merry Mood, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1274: "Disaster" [For Flood and Fire Scenes], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1276: "The False Accusation," William Axt (1925). No. 1277: "Agitated Hurry" [For Flights from danger, Hurrying to the Rescue, etc.] Irenee Berge, arr. by Jame C. McCabe (1925). No. 1278: "Oriental Love Dance" [Can be Used Also For Languid Oriental Love Scenes], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1279: "Recitative and Soliloquy" [To Depict Doubt, Indecision and Perplexing Problems], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1280: "A Thief in the Night" [For Misterioso], William Axt (1925). No. 1281: "Cynical Scherzando" [Depicting a Scheming Cynical Character], William Axt (1925). No. 1282: "In Merry Mood" [For Light Comedy Situations], William Axt (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1283: At the Fair - No. 1286 Redemption, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1283: "At the Fair," John Powell, arr. by Arolf Schmid (1925). No. 1284: "Accusation" [Dramatic Scene], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1285: "A Mysterious Event" [Foreboding-Eastern Mysticism], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1286: "Redemption" [Powerful climax - great love - religious theme], J.S. Zamecnik (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1287 Premonition - No. 1292 Despised, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1287: "Premonition" [Tragic development - gruesome story - hallucination - despair], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1288 "Rapture" [Joyful emotion - ecstasy], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1289: "Evil Plotter" [Conspiracy - Impending danger], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1290: "Cup of Bitterness" [Tragic, heavy situation - deep emotion], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1291: "Fury" [Violence - confusion - disaster], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1292: "Despised" [Grief - despair - suffering], J.S. Zamecnik (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1293 Jollity - No. 1299 Franco-American Dance from Peggy from Paris, 1904 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1293: "Jollity" [Cheer - happy mood - festivity], J. S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1294: "Dread," Leo A. Kempinski (1925). No. 1925: "Rain," Leo A. Kempinski (1925). No. 1926: "The Dawn of Love," Theo. Bendix (1898). No. 1297: "When Love Comes Stealing," Erno Rapee, arr. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 1298: "Gossip" [Light Agitato], Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1299: "Franco-American Dance from Peggy from Paris," Wm. Loraine, arr. by Hugo Frey (1904).
Folder 2: No. 1300 Pastel - No. 1304 Aubade Mexicaine, 1914 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1300: "Pastel," H. Paradis, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 1301: "Desolation," Alexandre T. Gretchaninoff, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925); "Song of the Brook," Theodore Lack, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1302: "In the Heart of the Redwoods," Frank H. Grey, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925); "Love's Reverie," Alfred Quensel, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1303: "Sunset Meditation," Richard Keys Biggs, arr. by Tom Clark (1925). No. 1304: "Aubade Mexicaine," Dent Mowrey, arr, by Maurice Baron (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1305 Thoughts of Yore - No. 1311 Playful Allegro, 1924 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1305: "Thoughts of Yore," Hugo Frey (1925). No. 1306: "Phantoms," Walter C. Schad (1925). No. 1307: "Restless Bows," Bertram Stawley, orch. by Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1308: "Furioso" [For Struggles, Horrors and Wild Scenes], Domenico Savino, orch. by Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1309: "No. 7 Comedy" [For Race and Morot Scenes, Crowds and Lively Situations], Albert W. Ketelbey (1924). No. 1310: "Emotional Andante" [For Scenes Depicting Emotion or Pathos], William Axt (1925). No. 1311: "Playful Allegro" [For Light Scenes of Agitation], Domenico Savino, orch. by Domenico Savino (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1312 Desperation - No. 1319 Vanity, 1911-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1312: "Desperation," Walter C. Schad, ed. by George H. Sanders (1925). No. 1313: "Hedjas: Orientale No. 1," Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1314: "Mysterious Stranger," Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1315: "Hercules" [Rugged, boisterous], Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1316: "Villain" [Sinister atmosphere], Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1317: "By-Gone Days," Jacques Pintel, arr. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 1318: "Heart's Desire," Irene Varley, arr. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 1319: "Vanity," R.C. Jackson, arr by Otto Langey (1911).
Folder 2: No. 1320 Adieu and Coquetterie - No. 1326 Tense Misterioso, 1916-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1320: "Adieu," G. Karganoff, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1916); "Coquetterie," H. Alexander Mathews, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 1321: "If Love Were All," William Axt, arr. by W.C. Polla (1922). No. 1322: "Whims" [Pleasantry, emotion, humoresque], Domenico Savino (1926), No. 1323: "Minor Agitato" [To depict situations not too serious, excitement or pursuit], Irenee Berge, arr. by James C. McCabe (1925). No. 1324: "The Night Riders" [For horseman riding at night, night attacks, etc.], William Axt (1926). No. 1325: "Agitato No. 4" [For riots, arguments, pursuit, excitement, etc.], William Axt (1925).No. 1326: "Tense Misterioso" [For tense situations of impending danger, etc.], Irenee Berge, arr. by James C. McCabe (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1327 Rhapsody Appassionata - No. 1333 Veil Dance, 1912-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1327: "Rhapsody Appassionata" [For tense situations], Albert W. Ketelbey (1924). No. 1328: "Chant D'Amour," H.C. Frommel, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921). No.1329: "Prelude to Act IV from Herodiade," Jules Massenet, Arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1923); "Romance sans Parole," Daniel van Goens, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913). No. 1330: "Andante Cantabile," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1923). No. 1332: "Hearts and Flowers," Theodore M. Tobani (1921). No. 1333: "Veil Dance from O Mitake San," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912).
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Folder 1: No. 1337 Evening Song - No. 1345 No. 13 Fate, 1920 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1337: "Evening Song," Gustave Lind, arr. by W. E. Loud (1920). No. 1338: "Deux Petites Danseuses," Leon T. Levy, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1339: "Troika," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Maurice Baron (1926). No. 1340: "Looms of Fate" [This composition is to be applied to characters or situations that suggest the inexorable spinning of fate and hopeless efforts to overcome them. It suggests despair and final submission], C. Saint-Saens (1925). No. 1341: "By the Lake," Arthur Lange, orch. by D, Savino (1926). No. 1342: "Flying Hurry" [for Aeroplane Flights and Rapidly Moving Svenes], Gerard Carbonara (1926). No. 1343: "Appassionato in a Minor" [Passion, Despair, Love], Domenico Savino, orch. by Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1344: "Dramatic Andante No. 2" [For Emotional Struggle and Dispute], William Axt (1926). No. 1345: "No. 13 Fate" [For Tragic, Intense and Heavy Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1346 No. 14 Tempest - No. 1351 Furioso, 1924 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1346: "No. 14 Tempest" [For Storms, Hurries and Agitato Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1347: "No. 15 Lament" [For Sad, Solemn and Pathetic Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1348: "No. 16 Danse Diabolique" [For Savage Scenes, and Native War-Dances, Hurries and Tumult and Storms], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1349: "No. 17 Adagio Cantabile" [For Quiet Serious, Reflective Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1350: "No. 18 Bacchanale de Montmartre" [For Cabaret, Orgy, and Riotous Continental Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1351: "Furioso" [Can also be used as an Agitato, when played softly by Strings alone], Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1352 A Joy Ride - No. 1358 Symphonic Color Classics No. 5, 1901 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1352: "A Joy Ride" [Tonal Escapade], Emil Biermann, ed. by Geo. H. Sanders (1926). No. 1353: "Serenade," F. Paolo Tosti, arr. by M. L. Lake (1914); "Calm as the Night," Carl Bohm, arr. by M. L. Lake (1914). No. 1354: "The Enchanted Castle" [Poeme Mysterieuse], P. A. Marquardt, arr. by P. A. Marquardt (1926). No. 1355: "Chanson Russe," Sydney Smith, arr. by L. P. Laurendeau (1901). No. 1356: "The Love Dance," Karl Hoschna, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1910). No. 1357: "Agitato" [Anxious Expectation], Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1922). No. 1358: "Symphonic Color Classics No. 5," P. A. Marquardt, arr. by P. A. Marquardt (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1365 Celebrated Canzonetta - No. 1382 Indian Wail and Meditation, 1918 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1365: "Celebrated Canzonetta," Felix Mendelssohn, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1372: "No. 3 Arabian Nights" [For Oriental Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1924). No. 1376: "The Faun," Minnie T. Wright, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1377: "From Bohemian Woods," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1379: "Indian War Dance," H. Nellstedt Jr. (undated). No. 1381: "From an Indian Pueblo," Wm. Warvelle Nelson (1925). No. 1382: "Indian Wail," Antonin Dvorak, arr. by Otto Langey (1918); "Meditation," Alexandre Glazounow, arr. by Otto Langey (1918).
Folder 2: No. 1389 From the Country-Side Suite - No. 1414 Homeland, 1908 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1389: "From the Country-Side Suite," Eric Coates (1915). No. 1390: "Indian Music" [suitable for Indian Meetings and Love Scenes, etc.], Otto Langey (1918). No. 1391: "King Solomon," Theo. M. Tobani, arr. by M. L. Lake (1924). No. 1400: "Entracte et Danse des Bacchantes from Philemon et Baucis," Charles Gounod, arr. by P. Mondrone (1926). No. 1406: "Laurentian Echoes," L. P. Laurendeau (1908). No. 1414: "Homeland," Charles Huerter, arr. by Maurice Baron (1926)
Folder 3: No. 1415 Moon-Marketing - No. 1425 Valse Romantique, 1899 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1415: "Moon-Marketing," Powell Weaver, arr. by Maurie Baron (1926). No. 1416: "A Round of Country Dance Tunes," arr. by Dorothy Berliner, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1926). No. 1417: "Pavane," Maurice Ravel, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926). No. 1418: "German from Foreign Lands," M. Moszkowski, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1899). No. 1424: "Stray Sunbeams," Charles Huerter, arr. by Maurice Baron (1926). No. 1425: "Valse Romantique," Claude Debussy, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1926)
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Folder 1: No. 1426 Russian from Foreign Lands - No. 1436 Barcarolla, 1899-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1426: "Russian from Foreign Lands," M. Moszkowski, arr. by WIlliam F. Kretschmer (1899). No.1428: "Karma," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1926). No. 1429: "Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926). No. 1433: "Incognito," E. Kilenyi (1926). No. 1434: "Devastation," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1925). No. 1435: "Someone to Love," Gus Kahn and Ted Fiorito, arr. by Erdody (1925). No. 1436: "Barcarolla," arr. by Alexander Hyde (1923).
Folder 2: No. 1437 Kitten on the Keys - No. 1445 Haunting Humoreske, 1920-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1437: "Kitten on the Keys," Zez Confrey, arr. by F. Henri Kilckmann (1922). No. 1438: "Greenwich Witch," Zez Confrey, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1922). No. 1440: "Symphobia," Louis Katzman (1920). No. 1441: "A Perfect Kiss," Antoinette St. Ives and Armand Beaucaire (1923). No. 1442: "Queen of the Orient," arr. by Maurice Terr (1922). No. 1443: "You Tell 'Em Ivories," Zez Confrey, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1922). No. 1444: "On the Blue Lagoon," Rudolf Friml (1923). No. 1445: "Haunting Humoreske," arr. by Frank Black (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1446 Dog on the Piano - No. 1454 Santanna, 1923-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1446: "Dog on the Piano," Ted Shapiro, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1924). No. 1447: "What'll I Do," Irving Berlin, arr. by Willie Creager (1924). No. 1448: "Driftwood," Gus Kahn and Lew Gold, arr. by Willie Creager (1924). No. 1449: "March of the Siamese," Paul Lincke, arr. by Leon Erdody (1923). No. 1450: "The Accuser," Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1453: "Cat and Mice," H. Leonard, arr. by Victor Herbert (1926). No. 1454: "Santanna," Frederick M. Bryan, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926).
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Folder 1: No. 1455 The Donkey and the Driver - No. 1471 After Twilight, 1921-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1455: "The Donkey and the Driver," H. Leonard, arr. by Victor Herbert (1926). No. 1456: " An Old Love Story," Werner Janssen, arr. by Tom Clark (1926); "All to Myself," John H. Densmore, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1457: "Affection" [For sentimental or ecstatic scenes; for prayer or religious scenes}, Irenee Berge, arr. by William C. Schoenfeld (1926). No. 1461: "Alice," Walter G. Hauenschild (1921). No. 1464: "Andante Cantabile from String Quartet Op. 11," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 1469: "Forgotten Perfumes," Lucien Denni, lyrics by Gwynne Denni, arr. by C.E. Wheeler (1927). No. 1470: "March of the Giants from In Fairyland," Frederick H. Cowen, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926). No. 1471: "After Twilight," Albin Steindel, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926).
Folder 2: No. 1472 From the North - No. 1477 Thrilling Moments, 1927Add to your cart.
No. 1472: "From the North," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Harold Bauer, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1473: "Spinning Song," Felix Mendlssohn, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1474: "When Love Calls," Charles Huerter, arr. by Maurice Baron ( 1927). No. 1475: "Minstrel Song from Norroena Suite," Sigurd Frederiksen, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1476: "Beneath the Balcony," Paul Lacombe, arr. by William Strasser (1927). No. 1477: "Thrilling Moments from Incidental Symphonies," Leo A. Kempinski (1927).
Folder 3: No. 1478 Sinister Suspense - No. 1485 Jurame, 1927Add to your cart.
No. 1478: "Sinister Suspense from Incidental Symphonies," Leo A. Kempinski (1927). No. 1479: "Canzone d'Amore," William Lowitz, arr. by William Strasser (1927). No. 1480: " Juba from In the Bottoms," R. Nathaniel Dett, arr. by William Strasser (1927). No. 1484: "Bacchanale from The Echo," Frank Patterson, arr. by Adolf Schmid. No. 1485: "Jurame (Promise, Love)," Maria Grever, orch. by William Strasser (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 1486 Shee and Goat - No. 1504 The Love Theme from Fall of A Nation, 1911 - 1927Add to your cart.
No. 1486: "Sheep and Goat," David W, Guion, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1487: "Fire Dance," Charles Huerter, arr. by Maurice Baron (1927). No. 1491: "Campus Memories," arr. by Julius S. Seredy, Mandolin arr. by L. Tocabon (1918). No. 1496?: "Chanson Joyeuse," H. Ravina, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts, transcribe by Theo. M. Tobani (1911). No. 1500: "Frolics and Fancies," Clifford Adams, arr. by Tom Clark (1923). No. 1501: "Little Flower Garden," Joseph Carl Breil, arr. by Morris Aborn (1923). No. 1504: "The Love Theme from Fall of A Nation," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1917).
Folder 2: No. 1506 Happy Jacqueline - No. 1511 Tragico, con Moto, 1926 -1927Add to your cart.
No. 1506: "Happy Jacqueline," P. Mondrone (1927). No. 1509: "The Tin Soldier," Cesar Cui, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927); "In a Gondola," Nicolas Sokolow, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927); "Islamic Chant," Nicolas Sokolow, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1510: "Introduction and Race," R. Drigo (1926). No. 1511: "Tragico, con Moto," R. Drigo (1926).
Folder 3: No. 1543 Tatar Song and Dance - No. 1553 A Busy Thoroughfare, 1910 - 1927Add to your cart.
No. 1543: "Tatar Song and Dance," Arcady Dubensky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927); "From Old Russian," Arcady Dubensky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1545: "Sylvia," Oley Speaks, arr. by Otto Langey (1914); "Morning," Oley Speaks, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 1546: "Patrie!" Georges Bizet, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1901). No. 1551: "A Critical Moment," G. Becce (1926). No. 1553: "A Busy Thoroughfare," Maurice Baron (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 1562 Fantaisie-Impromptu - No. 1639 La Chasse, 1898-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1562: "Fantaisie-Impromptu," Frederic Chopin, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1568: "Senorita," Rudolf Friml, arr. by S. Jergensen (1924). No. 1618: "Caravan Monotony," Paul Juon, arr. Alfred Pagel (1926). No. 1619: "Carnival Gayety, " Paul Juon, arr. Alfred Pagel (1926). No. 1632: "Sounds from Ireland," William Bendix (1898). No. 1633: "New Palestine," Jascha Gurewich, orch. by George H. Sanders (1926). No. 1639: "La Chasse from The Seasons," P.. Tschaikowsky, trans. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909).
Folder 2: No. 1640: The King's Hussars - No. 1644 Ramona, 1908-1918Add to your cart.
No. 1640: "Konigs-Husaren (The King's Hussars)," Raphael Leonard, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913). No. 1641: "Elsa's Dream from Lohengrin," R. Wagner (1908). No. 1642: "A Love Suite," M.L. Lake (1918). No. 1644: "Ramona," Mabel Wayne, lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert, arr. by Ferde Grofe (1908).
Folder 3: No. 1645 A Shady Tree - No. 1648 That Wonderful Night and You, 1907-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1645 : "A Shady Tree," Walter Donaldson, arr. by Ferde Grofe (1907). No. 1646: "Indian Cradle Song," Mabel Wayne, lyrics by Gus Kahn (1907). No. 1647: "No One," Roy Henderson and Jack Chapman (1927). No. 1648: "That Wonderful Night and You," Fred Rich (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 1651 Song of the Bayou - No. 1655 O Kleftis, 1929Add to your cart.
No. 1651: "Song of the Bayou," Rube Bloom, arr. by Nathaniel Shilkret (1929). No. 1652: "Dance Away the Night," Harlan Thompson and Dave Stamper, arr. by Art MacKay (1929). No. 1653: "Marianne," Roy Turk and Fred E. Ahlert, arr. by Art MacKay (1929). No. 1654: "Fanfare" (undated). No. 1655: "O Kleftis" (undated). Note: the music for No. 1654 and 1655 is handwritten.
Folder 2: No. 1656 O Agon - No. 1687 La Cinquantaine, 1892Add to your cart.
No. 1656: "O Agon" (undated). No. 1657: "Opening to La Reine de Sabo," Charles Gounod (undated). No. 1658: "Opening to Lohengrin," Richard Wagner (undated). No. 1659: "Opening to The Rose of Algeria," Victor Herbert (undated). No. 1660: "Czardas Fanfare," Alexandre Luigini (undated). No. 1687: "La Cinquantaine," Gabirel Marie, arr. by Theodore Moses (1892); "Ballroom Whispers," L. Gregh, arr. by Theodore Moses (1892). Note: the music for No. 1656-1660 is handwritten.
Folder 3: No. 5001 The Kiss Waltz - No. 5004 My Best Girl, 1911-1912Add to your cart.
No. 5001: "The Kiss Waltz Selection," C. M. Ziehrer, arr. by J. Dowewalf Lampe and J. C. McCabe (1911). No. 5002: "Little Miss Fix-It," arr. by Paul Henneberg (1911). No. 5003: "The Red Rose Selection," Robert Hood Bowers, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1911). No. 5004: "My Best Girl," Clifton Crawford and Augustus Barratt, arr. by S. P. Levy (1912).
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Folder 1: No. 5005 The Gingerbread Man - No. 5008 Modest Suzanne, 1905-1915Add to your cart.
No. 5005: "Selection from The Gingerbread Man," A. Baldwin Sloane, arr. by Frank Saddler (1906). No. 5006: "Selection from The Blue Paradise," Edmund Fysler and Sigmund Romberg, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1915). No. 5007: "The Mayor of Tokio," William Frederick Peters, arr. by William C. O'Hare (1905). No. 5008: "Motives from the Operetta Modest Suzanne," Jean Gilbert, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1912).
Folder 2: No. 5009 Miss Dudelsack - No. 5012 The Girl in the Train, 1910-1912Add to your cart.
No. 5009: "Motives from the Operetta Miss Dudelsack," Rudolph Nelson, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1911). No. 5010: "Oh! Oh! Delphine," Ivan Caryll, arr. by Frederick Solomon (1912). No. 5011: "Selection from the Comic Opera Two Little Brides," Gustave Kerker (1912). No. 5012: "The Girl in the Train," Leo Fall, arr. by William C. O'Hare (1910).
Folder 3: No. 5013 Little Box Blue - No. 5016 Balkan Princess, 1910-1911Add to your cart.
No. 5013: "Selection from the Operetta Little Boy Blue," Henri Bereny, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1911). No. 5014: "Alma, Where Do You Live?," Jean Briquet, arr. by Hugo Frey (1910). No. 5015: "Motives from the Operetta The Siren," Leo Fall, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1911). No. 5016: "The Balkan Princess," Paul A. Rubens, arr. by S. Deshon, H. M. Higgs, and Dan Godfrey (1910).
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Folder 1: No. 5017 Chin-Chin - No. 5021 The Girl from Utah, 1911-1915Add to your cart.
No. 5017: "Chin-Chin," Ivan Caryll, arr. by S. Deshon (1914). No. 5018: "Selection from Watch Your Step," Irving Berlin, arr. by William M. Redfield (1915). No. 5019: "Petite Potpourri from the Operette The June Bride," Edmund Eysler, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1912). No. 5020: "Peggy," Leslie Stuart, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1911). No. 5021: "The Girl from Utah," Sidney Jones and Paul A. Rubens, arr. by H. M. Higgs (1913).
Folder 2: No. 5022 The Rose of Panama - No. 5026 Katie Did, 1911-1913Add to your cart.
No. 5022: "Motives from the Operetta The Rose of Panama," Heinrich Berte, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1912). No. 5023: "Selection from the Opera Adele," Jean Briquet, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1913). No. 5024: "The Heart Breakers," Orlob and Gideon, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1911). No. 5025: "Selection from the Operette The Rose Maid," Bruno Granichstaedten (1912). No. 5026: "Katie-Did," Karl Hoschna, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1911).
Folder 3: No. 5027 Henpeckers - No. 5030 Bright Eyes, 1910-1912Add to your cart.
No. 5027: "Selection from The Henpecks," A. Baldwin Sloane, arr. by Tom Clark (1911). No. 5028: "The Sunshine Girl," Paul A. Rubens, arr. by H. M. Higgs and Dan Godfrey (1912). No. 5029: "The Wall Street Girl," Karl Hoschna and Hapgood Burt, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1912). No. 5030: "Bright Eyes," Karl Hoschna, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1910).
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Folder 1: No. 5031 A Modern Eve - No. 5035 El Capitan, 1896-1913Add to your cart.
No. 5031: "A Modern Eve," Victor Hollaender, arr. by Otto Frey (1912). No. 5033: "The Red Widow," Charles J. Gilbert (1911). No. 5034: "Sari," Emmerich Kalman, arr. by Otto Langey (1913). No. 5035: "El Capitan Selection," John Philip Sousa (1896).
Folder 2: No. 5036 Florodora - No. 5039 The Quaker Girl, 1896-1911Add to your cart.
No. 5036: "Selection from Florodora," Leslie Stuart, arr. by Otto Langey (1901). No. 5037: "Girofle-Girofla," Charles Lecocq, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1903). No. 5038: "Selection from Comic Opera La Fille de Madame Angot," Charles Lecocq, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1896). No. 5039: "The Quaker Girl," Lionel Monckton, arr. by H. M. Higgs (1911).
Folder 3: No. 5040 The Marriage Market - No. 5043 Follies of 1919, 1913-1919Add to your cart.
No. 5040: "The Marriage Market," Victor Jacobi (1913). No. 5041: "Sybil Selection," Victor Jacobi, arr. by Harold Vicars (1916). No. 5042: "Selection from The Passing Show of 1916," Sigmund Romberg and Otto Motzan, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1916). No. 5043: "Follies of 1919 Selection," Gene Buck and Dave Stamper, arr. by Stephen O. Jones (1919).
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Folder 1: No. 5044 The Greenwich Village Follies - No. 5048 See-Saw, 1918-1919Add to your cart.
No. 5044: "Selection from The Greenwich Village Follies," A. Baldwin Sloane, scored by Goerge J. Trinkaus (1919). No. 5046: "The Girl Behind the Gun," Ivan Caryll (1919). No. 5047: "Oh, My Dear!" Louis A. Hirsch (1918). No. 5048: "See-Saw," Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1919).
Folder 2: No. 5049 Happy Days - No. 5052 La La Lucille, 1918-1919Add to your cart.
No. 5049: "Happy Days," Raymond Hubbell (1919). No. 5050: "Monte Cristo Jr.," Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz, arr. by James C. McCabe (1918). No. 5051: "She's a Good Fellow," Jerome Kern, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1919). No. 5052: "La La Lucille," George Gershwin (1919).
Folder 3: No. 5053 Head Over Heels - No. 5056 The Only Girl, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 5053: "Head Over Heels," Jerome Kern (1918). No. 5054: "Selection from My Golden Girl," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1920). No. 5055: "The Enchantress," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1911). No. 5056: "The Only Girl," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1914).
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Folder 1: No. 5059 The Rose of Algeria - No. 5062 The Madcap Duchess, 1908-1915Add to your cart.
No. 5059: "Selection from the Opera The Rose of Algeria," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1908). No. 5060: "Selection from The Princess Pat," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1915). No. 5061: "Selection from the Operetta The Debutante," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1914). No. 5062: "Selection from the Comic Opera The Madcap Duchess," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1913).
Folder 2: No. 5063 Mlle Modiste - No. 5066 The Wizard of the Nile, 1896-1919Add to your cart.
No. 5063: "Selection from the Comic Opera Mlle Modiste," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1906). No. 5064: "The Lady of the Slipper," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1912). No. 5065: "Selection from Angel Face," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1919). No. 5066: "Selection from the Comic Opera The Wizard of the Nile," Victor Herbert, arr. by Herbert L. Clarke (1896).
Folder 3: No. 5067 The Velvet Lady - No. 5072 Gypsy Love, 1907-1919Add to your cart.
No 5067: "Selection from The Velvet Lady," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1919). No. 5068: "The Tattooed Man," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1907). No. 5069: "Selection from Sweethearts" comic opera by, Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1913). No. 5070: "Selection from the Operetta Eva," Franz Lehar, arr. by G. Gast (1912). No. 5072: "Gypsy Love," Franz Lehar, arr. by S. Deshon (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 5074 June Love - No. 5077 Little Whopper, 1913-1921Add to your cart.
No. 5074: "June Love," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1921). No. 5075: "Four Favorite Airs from the Musical Farce High Jinks," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Otto Langey and Gustav Hinrichs (1913). No. 5076: "Selection from the Musical Romance Sometime," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1918). No. 5077: "Selection from The Little Whopper," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1919).
Folder 2: No. 5078 The Royal Vagabond - No. 5081 The Vagabond King, 1908-1925Add to your cart.
No. 5078: "Selection from The Royal Vagabond," George M. Cohan and Anselm Goetzl, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1919). No. 5079: "Selection from The Voice of McConnell," Chauncey Olcott and George M. Cohan, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1919). No. 5080: "The Yankee Prince," George M. Cohan (1908). No. 5081: "The Vagabond King," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Joseph Majer (1925).
Folder 3: No. 5082 The Little Millionaire - No. 5084 A Connecticut Yankee, 1909-1927Add to your cart.
No. 5082: "The Little Millionaire Selection," George M. Cohan, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1911). No. 5083: "The Golden Butterfly," Reginald de Koven, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1909). No. 5084: "A Connecticut Yankee," Richard Rodgers, arr. by Walter Paul (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 5085 The Wedding Trip - No. 5089 The Yankee Consul, 1895-1917Add to your cart.
No. 5085: "Selection from the Opera Bouffe The Wedding Trip," Reginald De Koven. arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1911). No. 5087: "Selection from Sullivan's Comic Opera Mikado," Theodore M. Tobani (1913). No. 5087: "Jacinta Selection from A. G. Robyn's Comic Opera," Theodore M. Tobani (1895). No. 5088: "Selection from A Yankee Tourist," Alfred G. Robyn, arr. by Otto Frey (1917). No. 5089: "Selection from the Musical Comedy The Yankee Consul," Alfred G. Robyn, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1903).
Folder 2: No. 5090 Tumble In - No. 5092 Apple Blossom, 1919-1920Add to your cart.
No. 5090: "Selection from the Comic Rhapsody Tumble In," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1919). No. 5092: "Apple Blossoms," Fritz Kreisler and Victor Jacob, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920).
Folder 3: No. 5093 George White's Scandals of 1921 - No. 5095 Ziegfeld Follies, 1918-1921Add to your cart.
No. 5093: "George White's Scandals of 1921," George Gershwin, arr. by Russell Bennett (1921). No. 5094: "The O'Brien Girl," Louis A. Hirsch, orch. by Russell Bennett (1921). No. 5095: "Follies of 1918," Louis A. Hirsch and Dave Stamber (1918); "Selectin from Ziegfeld Follies 1920," Irving Berlin, arr. by Albert Lewis Moquin (1920); "Ziegfeld Follies, 1921," Victor Herbert, Rudolf Friml, and Dave Stamper, orch. by Russell Bennett (1921).
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Folder 1: No. 5096 The Rose Girl - No. 5098 The Blushing Bride, 1921-1922Add to your cart.
No. 5096: "Selection from The Rose Girl," Anselm Goetzl, arr. by M. L. Lake (1921). No. 5097: "Bombo," Louis Silvers, Walter Donaldson, Sigmund Romberg, and Con Conrad, arr. by Russell Bennett (1921), No. 5098: "The Blushing Bride," Sigmund Romberg, arr. by Lester Brockton (1922).
Folder 2: No. 5099 The Lady in Ermine - No. 5103 Two Little Girls in Blue, 1921-1922Add to your cart.
No. 5099: "The Lady in Ermine," Sigmund Romberg and Alfred Goodman (1922). No. 5100: "Love Birds," Sigmund Romberg, arr. by M. L. Lake (1922). No. 5101: "Ziegfeld Follies 1922," Louis A. Hirsch, Gene Buck, and Dave Stamper, arr. by Russell Bennett (1922). No. 5102: "Greenwich Village Follies," Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1922). No. 5103: "Two Little Girls in Blue," Paul Lannin and Vincent Youmans, arr. by Russell Bennett (1921).
Folder 3: No. 5104 Good Morning, Dearie - No. 5108 Blossom Time, 1921-1922Add to your cart.
No. 5104: "Good Morning, Dearie," Jerome Kern, arr. by Russell Bennett (1922). No. 5105: "Daffy Dill," Herbert Stothart, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1922). No. 5106: "The Gingham Girl," Albert von Tilzer, arr. by Russell Bennett (1922). No. 5107: "Orange Blossoms Overture," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1922). No. 5108: "Selection from Blossom Time," Sigmund Romberg, arr. by Lee Orean Smith (1921).
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Folder 1: No. 5109 Rise of Rosie O'Reilly - No. 5112 Clinging Vine, 1923Add to your cart.
No. 5109: "The Rise of Rosie O'Reilly," George M. Cohan, arr. by M. L. Lake (1923). No. 5110: "Wildflower," Vincent Youmans and Herbert Stothart, orch by. Charles N. Grant (1923). No. 5111: "Poppy," Stephen Jones, Arthur Samuels, John Egan, and Niclas Kempner, orch. by C. E. Wheeler (1923). No. 5112: "The Clinging Vine," Harold Levey, orch. by Charles N. Grant (1923).
Folder 2: No. 5113 Blue Kitten - No. 5116 Up and Down Broadway, 1910-1923Add to your cart.
No. 5113: "The Blue Kitten," Rudolf Friml, orch. by Russell Bennett (1922). No. 5114: "The Magic Ring," Harold Levey, orch. by C. E. Wheeler (1923). No. 5115: "Adrienne," Albert Von Tilzer, orch. by C. E. Wheeler (1923). No. 5116: "Up and Down Broadway," Jean Schwartz, arr. by J. Bodewall Lampe (1910).
Folder 3: No. 5117 Fiddlers Three - No. 5121 Lollipop, 1908-1924Add to your cart.
No. 5117: "Selection from Fiddlers Three," Alexander Johnstone, arr. by T. M. Taylor (1918). No. 5119: "The Fair Co-Ed," Gustav Luders, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1908). No. 5120: "The Dream Girl," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1924). No. 5121: "Lollipop," Vincent Youmans, orch. by Walter Paul (1924).
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Folder 1: No. 5122 Rose Marie - No. 5125 IreneAdd to your cart.
No. 5122: "Rose Marie," Rudolf Friml and Herbert Tothart, orch. by Harold Sanford (1924). No. 5123: "The Love Song," J. Offenbach and Edward Kunneke, orch. by Edward Kunneke (1925). No. 5124: "Fourtyfive Minutes from Broadway," George M. Cohan, arr. by Alfred Dalby (1920). No. 5125: "Selection from the Vanderbilt Produing Co's Production of Irene," Harry Tierney, arr. by Arthur Lange (1920).
Folder 2: No. 5126 Sally - No. 5129 Kids Boots, 1917-1925Add to your cart.
No. 5126: "Sally," Jerome Kern, orch. by Hilding Anderson (1921). No. 5127: "The Student Prince (In Heidelberg)," Sigmund Romberg, orch. by Walter Paul (1924). No. 5128: "Selection from Eileen: A Romantic Irish Opera," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1917). No. 5129: "Selection from the new Ziegfeld Production Eddie Cantor in Kid Boots," Harry Tierney and Joseph McCarthy, orch. by Frank E. Barry (1925).
Folder 3: No. 5130 Sunny - No. 5133 Queen High, 1925-1926Add to your cart.
No. 5130: "Sunny," Jerome Kern, arr. by Walter Paul (1925). No. 5131: "Song of the Flame," Herbert Stothart and George Gershwin, arr. by Walter Paul (1926). No. 5132: "George White's Scandals (8th Annual Edition)," Ray Henderson, arr. by Walter Paul (1926). No. 5133: "Queen High," Lewis E. Gensler, arr. by Walter Paul (1926).
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Folder 1: No. 5135 Earl Carroll Vanities - No. 5138 My Maryland, 1926-1927Add to your cart.
No. 5135: "Selection from Earl Carroll Vanities" [6th edition], orch. by D. Savino (1927). No. 5136: "Oh, Kay!" George Gershwin, orch. by Walter Paul (1926). No. 5138: "My Maryland," Sigmund Romberg, orch. by Walter Paul (1927).
Folder 2: No. 5139 The New Moon - No. 5142 You're in Love, 1917-1928Add to your cart.
No. 5139: "The New Moon," Sigmund Romberg, orch. by Walter Paul (1928). No. 5140: "This Year of Grace," Noel Coward, arr. by H. M. Higgs (1928). No. 5141: "Selection from the Musical Play Glorianna," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1918). No. 5142: "Selection from You're in Love," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1917).
Folder 3: No. 5143 Peter Schmoll Overture - No. 5146 Auction Pinochle, 1906-1918Add to your cart.
No. 5143: "Peter Schmoll Overture," C. M. von Weber (undated). No. 5144: "Flo-Flo," Silvio Hein, arr. by Stephen O. Jones (1918). No. 5145: "Selection from The Free Lance," J. P. Sousa (1906). No. 5146: "Auction Pinochle," Jean Briquet and Adolf Philipp, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 5147 The Clinging Vine - No. 5149 The Street Singer, 1916-1924Add to your cart.
No. 5147: "The Clinging Vine," Harold Levey, arr. by Charles N, Grant (1923). No. 5148: "Selection from So Long Letty," Earl Carroll, arr. by T. B. Jones (1916). No. 5149: "The Street Singer," H. Fraser-Simson, arr. by Sydney Baynes (1924).
Folder 2: No. 5150 A Prince of To-Night - No. 5151 Pom-Pom, 1909-1916Add to your cart.
No. 5150: "Selection from A Prince of To-Night," Joseph E. Howard, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1909). No. 5151: "Pom-Pom," Hugo Felix, arr. by Charles N. Grant (1916).
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Folder 3: No. 1 Galant Bodinage - No. 9 Allegretto from the Violin Sonata No. 2, 1909-1916Add to your cart.
No. 1: "Galant Badinage," Paul Bades (1910). No. 2: "Tiger Lily," Donald Bestor, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1910). No. 3: "The Lady Bugs' Review," Neil Moret, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1909). No. 4: "Zornoka," Ferdinand Asmus Jr., arr. by Herman Friedrich (1913). No. 5: "The Dance of the 'Whip-Poor-Will,'" Egbert van Alstyne, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1910). No. 6: "Rosemary," Victor G. Boehnlein (1913). No. 6: "I Ain't Got Nobody Much," Roger Graham, Spencer Williams, and May Hill, arr. by Frank E. Berry (1916). No. 7: "Pearls," Neil Moret, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1909). No. 8: "Dance of the Moths," A. J. Weidt, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1912). No. 9: "Allegretto from the Violin Sonata No. 2," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). Note: there are two items listed as number 6.
Folder 4: No. 11 Visions - No. 22 Capricious Annette, 1909-1919Add to your cart.
No. 11: "Visions," Peter Tschaikovsky, arr. by Otto Langey (1909). No. 12: "Slumbers from Sunset Sketches," Leo A. Kempinski (1919). No. 13: "Spring and Fall," Irving Berlin, arr. by William Schulz (1912). No. 14: "Prudence," Ernst Luz (1916). No. 15: "Canzonetta," J. L. Nicode, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 16: "Babillage," G. del Castillo, arr. by Irenee Berge (1917). No. 17: "Impish Elves," Gaston Borch (1918). No. 19: "Liselotte," Leon Adam, arr. by Richard Tourbie (1911). No. 19: "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry," N. J. Clesi, arr. by W. S. Russell (1916). No. 20: "The Land of Dreams," W. Ralph Driffil, arr. by Adolf Lotter (1912). No. 20: "Oh! What a Gal Was Mary," Pete Wendling, arr. by Everett J. Evans (1919). No. 21: "Gloaming from Sunset Sketches," Leo A. Kempinski (1919). No. 22: "Capricious Annette," Gaston Borch (1917). Note: there are two items each listed as numbers 19 and 20.
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Folder 1: No. 23 Avalon - No. 31 Air de Ballet, 1910-1920Add to your cart.

No. 23: "Avalon," Neil Moret, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1910). No. 23: "Daddy, You've Been a Mother to Me," Fred Fisher, Charles N. Grant (1920). No. 24: "Beneath a Balcony," Jesse M. Winne (1916). No. 25: "Frolic of the Skeets," Howard Whitney Swope (1913). No. 25: "The Magic of Your Eyes," Arthur A. Penn, orch by George J. Trinkaus (1917). No. 26: "Idle Thoughts," Jos. Linder, arr. by W. H. Batchelor (1912). No. 27: "Coeur D'Alene," Arthur Wellesley, arr. by A. W. Hughes (1913). No. 28: "Swedish Processional March," Xaver Scharwenka, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 28: "Oh! How She Could Yacki Hacki Wicki Wacki Woo (That's Love in Honolu)," Albert Von Tilzer, arr. by Ted Eastwood (1916). No. 30: "In the Tavern," Adolf Jensen, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 31: "Air de Ballet," C. Chaminade, arr. by Ernest Gillet (1910).

Note: There are two pieces each listed as number 23, 25, and 28

Folder 2: No. 32 Ballet Egyptien - No. 39 Menuetto, 1909-1920Add to your cart.
No. 32: "2e Suite du Ballet Egyptien," A. Luigini (1912). No. 33: "Danse des Bacchantes," Charles Gounod, arr. by Lucius Hosmer (1912). No. 34: "Scenes Poetiques," Benjamin Godard, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 35: "Suite of Four Selected Pieces," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Otto Langey (1909). No. 37: "In a Monastery Garden," Albert Ketelbey (1915). No. 38: "Down the Trail to Home Sweet Home," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1920). No. 39: "Menuetto from the Sonata Op. 49, No. 2," Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. by Attilio Parelli (1909).
Folder 3: No. 40 Adagio Cantabile - No. 51 Gavotte Intermezzo, 1903-1920Add to your cart.
No. 40: "Adagio Cantabile from the B Minor Sonata," Richard Strauss, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 40: "Arabian Nights," M. David and William Hewitt, arr. by M. David (1918). No. 41: "Nocturne," G. Karganoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1909). No. 43: "The Wedding of the Rose," Leon Jessel, arr. by Adolphe Dumont (1913). No. 45: "The Love Nest from the Musical Comedy Mary," Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Russell Bennett (1920). No. 46: "Ke-Sa-Ko," Marcel Chapuis (1903). No. 48: "Snowball," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by Sol. P. Levy (1912); "Tango Land," Henry Lodge, arr. by William C. O'Hare (1912). No. 49: "Buena Vista," Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by William Schulz (1913). No. 50: "Chinchilita," B. Hartz (1912). No. 51: "How'ya Gonna Keep'em Down on the Farm," Walter Donaldson, arr. by Everett J. Evans (1918). No. 51: "Gavotte-Intermezzo from the String Quartet Op. 75," A. Bazzini, arr. by Attilio Parelli (1909). Note: there are two items each listed as numbers 40 and 51.
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Folder 1: No. 52 Gavotte Menuet - No. 59 Mione and Paprikana, 1911-1921Add to your cart.
No. 52: "Gavotte from Iphigenie en Aulide," Ch. W. v. Gluck, arr. by Ernest Gillet (1911); "Menuet from Berenice," G.F. Handel, arr. by Ernest Gillet (1911). No. 53: "Romance in F," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Ernest Gillet (1911). No. 53: "They're Wearing 'Em Higher in Hawaii," Halsey K. Mohr, arr. by George F. Briegel (1917). No. 54: "Mi Amada," Norman Leigh, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1914); "Got 'em," Thomas S. Allen (1914). No. 55: "The Three Nymphs," George L. Cobb (1915); "Yip! Yip! Yip!" William C. Isel (1915). No. 56: "Aubade Printaniere," P. Lacombe, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1912); "Asphodel," R.E. Hildreth (1912). No. 56: "My Sunny Tennessee," Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby and Herman Ruby, arr. by William Baker (1921). No. 57: "Triumphal March from Aida," Verdi, arr. R.E. Hildreth (1914); "Fleur d'Amour," George L. Cobb (1914). No. 58: "The Vamp," Byron Gay, arr. by Helm-Klickmann (1919). No. 59: "Mione," Bertram D. Myers (1914); "Paprikana," Leo Friedman (1914).
Folder 2: No. 60 Dream Faces and Fussin' Around - No. 76 March Progressive and Daughters of the Revolution, 1909-1922Add to your cart.
No. 60: "Dream Faces," Bert Hollowell (1915); "Fussin' Around," William C. Isel (1915). No. 61: "Convention City," Thomas S. Allen (1912); "Berceuse," Ludwig Schytte, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1912). No. 62: "Bitter Sweets," H. Engelmann, arr. Alfred Roth (1909); "National Spirit," Frederic W. Hager, arr. by Paul Henneberg (1912). No. 65: "They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over to Me," Fred Fisher, arr. Mornay D. Helm (1917). No. 68: "Till I'm Called by the Master Above," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1918). [Note: Two items have No. 68.] No. 68: "Rarity Rag," Whidden and Conrad, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1912); "Gay Butterflies," Louis Gregh, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1912). No. 69: "Golden Dawn," George L. Cobb (1915); "Sunset in Eden," John T. Hall, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1915). No. 70: "Salut d'Amour," Edward Elgar, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1911); "Sweet Illusions," Thomas S. Allen (1911). No. 71: "Top o' the Mornin'," R.E. Hidreth (1912). No. 72: "If It Takes a Thousand Years," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1915). [Note: Two items have No. 72.]  No. 72: "Little Red School House," Al Wilson and Jim Brennan (1922); "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers," Leon Jessel (1922). "The Orpheum," E. Muthchler (1913). No. 75: "The Deep Purple," Tom Kelley, arr. by S. Jergensen (1911). No.76: "March Progressive," Amy Titus Worthington, Orch. by. W.C. O'Hare (1912); "Daughters of the Revolution," H. Englemann, orch. by W.C. O'Hare (1912).
Folder 3: No. 77 The Hustler - No. 89 Love and Glory, 1902-1917Add to your cart.
No. 77: "The Hustler," Harry L. Alford (1911). No. 78: "Full Broadside," R.E. Hildreth (1913). No. 79: "The Guest of Honor," Edwin F. Kendall, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1902). No. 80: "The Imperator," Oscar E. Christensen (1913). No. 81: "Mobilization," E. Mutchler (1913). No. 82: "Pilgrim Commandery March," Robert A. Foss (1913). [Note: Two item have No. 82.]  No. 82: "I Don't Want to Get Well," Howard Johnson, Harry Pease and Harry Jentes (1917). No. 85: "Col. Logan's March," W.A. Barrington Sargent (1913). No. 86: "The Hikers," A.J. Weidt, arr. by Herman Friedrich (1914). No. 87: "The Royal Legion," Robert A. Foss (1913). No. 88: "Cross-Country," H. Howard Cheney (1912). No. 90: "Winning Fight," Abe Holzmann, arr. by Robert Recker (1911). No. 89: "Love and Glory," Lee Orean Smith (1912).
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Folder 1: No. 91 Nibelungen March and The National Guard - No. 99 Paramount-Artcraft March, 1891-1919Add to your cart.
No. 91: "Nibelungen March," Richard Wagner, arr. by Theo. Moses (1891); "The National Guard," R. Aronson (1891). No. 91: "Slow and Easy," Williams and Spencer (1919). No. 92: "March 'G.M.B.,'" R. B. Hall, arr. by August Damm (1914). No. 92: "Love Is a Wonderful Thing," L. Wolfe Gilbert and Anatol Friedland (1917); "It Takes a Long Tall Brown-Skin Girl to Make a Preacher Lay His Bible Down," Will E. Skidmore and Marshall Walker (1917). No. 93: "Templar," Charles B. Brown, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1910). No. 94: "The Iron Clad," Charles B. Brown, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1912). No. 94: "When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose," Percy Wenrich, arr. by Calvin Grooms (1914). No. 95: "The Get-a-Way," George L. Cobb, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1913). No. 96: "Fond Du Lac," A. W. Hughes (1913). No. 96: "For Me and My Gal," George W. Meyer, arr. by Everett J. Evans (1917). No. 97: "Riverdale," Charles A. Young (1912). No. 97: "Huckleberry Finn," Cliff Hess, Sam M. Lewis, and Joe Young, arr. by Everett J. Evans (1917). No. 98: "Sousa Swing," Charles B. Brown, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1906). No. 99: "Paramount-Artcraft March," George W. Beynon (1919). Note: there are two items each for numbers 91, 92, 94, 96, and 97.
Folder 2: No. 100 Manoeuvres of the Corps - No. 110 Westward Ho!, 1909-1925Add to your cart.
No. 100: "Manoeuvres of the Corps," Victor G. Boehnlein (1913). No. 101: "The Stage Crew," Charles A. Young (1913). No. 102: "The White Tops," V. C. Minnelli, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1910). No. 103: "The Charmed Circle," W. H. Freer, arr. by Carl Hand (1913). No. 104: "Espana Waltz," E. Waldteufel, arr. by S. K. Wright (1912). No. 105: "Lu Lu Band," Charles C. Sweeley, arr. by F. H. Losey (1912). No. 106: "Mariette," Sterny-Courquin, arr. by Sophus Jergensen (1911). No. 106: "Slippery Elm," Boyd Senter, arr. by Elmer Schoebel (1925). No. 107: "Daughters of the American Revolution," J. Bodewalt Lampe (1909). No. 108: "Majestic," Edmund Braham (1909). No. 109: "King of Clubs," William Brede, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1910). No. 110: "Westward Ho!," George L. Lansing, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1911). Note: there are two items listed as number 106.
Folder 3: No. 111 Good Fellowship - No. 122 Mimi, 1912-1921Add to your cart.
No. 111: "Good Fellowship," Joseph M. Daly (1912). No. 113: "Spirit of Independence," Abe Holzmann, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1912). No. 114: "Homeward Bound," Howard Johnson, Coleman Goetz, and George W. Meyer, arr. by S. Danks (1917). No.115: "Up State," Thomas S. Allen (1913). No. 115: "Oui Oui Marie," Bryan, McCarthy, and Fisher, arr. by W. C. Polla (1918). No. 116: "The Lost Chord," Arthur Sullivan, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1912); "In the Conning-Tower," Anthony S. Brazil, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1912). No. 117: "Serenade d'Amour," F. von Blon, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1912); "The Battle Royal," Thomas S. Allen (1912). No. 117: "And He'd Say Oo-La-La! Wee Wee," Harry Ruby and George Jessel, arr. by William Baker (1919). No. 118: "Fighting Strength," Thomas S. Allen (1915). No. 119: "Musidora," Norman Leigh, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1914); "Step Lively," Thomas S. Allen (1914). No. 120: "Dolores," Neil Moret, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1915); "The Mandarin," Norman Leigh, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1915). No. 121: "Swedish Wedding March," Sodermann, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1912); "Lady of the Lake," George L. Cobb (1912). No. 122: "Mimi," Con Conrad, arr. by George F. Briegel (1921). Note: there are two items each listed for numbers 115 and 117.
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Folder 1: No. 124 Francine Half and Half and Pussy Foot - No. 142 Floating Down the Old Green River, 1910-1916Add to your cart.
No. 124: "Francine Half-and-Half," Norman Leigh, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1914); "Pussy Foot," Robert Hoffman (1914). No. 128: "A Night in June," Arthur C. Morse, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913); "Under the Double Eagle," J.F. Wagner, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913). No. 128: "Pretty Baby," Van Alstyne and Gumble, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1916). No. 129: "Vive l'amour," Charles Arthur, arr. by Alfred Roth (1908); "Fidelity," F.H. Losey (1910). No. 130: "Just a Dream," Howard Whitney Swope (1913); "Cupid's Tangle," Howard Whitney Swope (1913). No. 131:"Melody in F," A. Rubenstein, arr. by. R.E. Hildreth (1912); "Rhinoceros Rag," Charles A. Young, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1912). No. 133: "Merry Madness," Thomas S. Allen (1914); " Ger-Ma-Nee," A.J. Weidt, arr. by Herman Friedrich (1914). No. 134: "Serenade," Franz Drdla, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913); "The Bantam Strut," Arthur C. Morse (1913). No. 138: "Valse," F. Chopin, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913); "Might of Right," Victor G. Boehnlein (1913). No. 139: "Pas des Amphores," C. Chaminade, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1911); "'Cross the Rockies," Arthur C. Morse (1911). [Note: Two items have No. 139.] No. 139: "Wake Up America!" George Graff, Jr. and Jack Glogau (1916). No. 140: "Tendre Aveu," E. Schutt, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913); "The Starry Jack," R.E. Hildreth (1913). No. 141: "Shadowgraphs," Norman Leigh, arr. R.E. Hildreth (1915); "The Periscope," Thomas S. Allen (1915). No. 142: "Scarf Dance and Air de Ballet from Callirhoe," C. Chaminade, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913); "On Desert Sands," Thomas S. Allen (1913). [Note: Two items have No. 142.] No. 142: "Floating Down the Old Green River," Joe Cooper, arr. by Al Moquin (1915).
Folder 2: No. 143 Klown Kapers - No. 155 In Blinky, Winky, Chinky Chinatown, 1909 - 1920Add to your cart.
No. 143: "Klown Kapers," Ernest R, Ball, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1912); "Haunting Rag", Julius Lenzberg, arr. by Julius Lenxberg (1912). No. 144: "Kaiser Friedrich," C. Friedemann, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1913); "Saddle Back," Thos, S. Allen (1913). No. 144: You Can't Get Along When You're with 'em or Without 'em," Fred Fischer and Grant Clarke (1916); No. 146: "Drusilla," Norman Leigh, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1916); "Grandfather's Clock" [Descriptive], Louis G. Castle (1916). No. 147: "Cotton Cloth," R. E. Hildreth (1911); "Humoreske," Anton Dvorak, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1911). No. 149: "Iroquois Fox Trot," Louis G. Castle, arr. by Hilard Revett (1915); "Tendre Amour" [Tender Love], Bernisne G. Clements, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1915). No. 149; "Skookum," Leo Wood, John White, and Martin Fried, arr. by Arthur Lange (1920); "A Young Man's Fancy," Milton Ager, arr. by Arthur Lange (1920). No. 150: "Foam Fountains," Victor G. Boehnlein (1912); "Murmuring Zephyrs," Adolf Jensen, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1912). No. 150: "Soldier Boy," Theodore Morse (1915). No. 152: "K-K-K-Katy," Geoffrey O'Hara (1918). No. 153: "Sunshine and Roses," Walter Rolfe, arr. by Robert Recker (1910); "The Commuters" [A Suburban Scramble], Theo. Bendix, arr. by Robert Recker (1910). No. 153: "The Rose of No Man's Land," Caddigan and Brennan (1918). No. 154: "Jacqueline," Arthur C. Morse, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1915); "Young April," George L. Cobb (1915). No. 155: "Cradle-Song," H. Kjerelf, arr. by Otto Langey (1909); "Northern Serenade," Ole Olsen, arr. by Otto Langey (1909).No. 155: "In Blinky, Winky, Chinky Chinatown," Jean Schwartz, arr. by Al. Moquin (1915).
Folder 3: No. 156 "Russian Romance" - No. 168 "I'd Build a World in the Heart of a Rose", 1909 - 1920Add to your cart.
No. 156: "Russian Romance," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Otto Langey (1910); "Japanese Reverie," Homer N. Bartlett, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 157: "The Flower of Night," Norman Leigh (1917); "Down at the County Fair," Harry Temple (1917). No. 158: "The Japanese Sandman," Richard A. Whiting, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1920); "Hold Me," Art Hickman and Ben Black, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1920). No. 159: "Amaranthus," John Francis Gilder, arr. by Robert Recker (1909). No. 160: "Rose in the Bud," Dorothy Forster, arr. by S. Deshon (1912). No. 161: "O Dry Those Tears," Teresa del Riego (1912). No. 162: "Mighty Lak' a Rose," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by John N. Klohr (1915). No. 163: "The World is Waiting for the Sunrise," Ernest Sertz, arr. by S. Deshon (1919). No. 164: "The Bells of St. Mary's," A, Emmett Adams (1918). No. 165: "Land of the Long Ago," Lilian Ray (1915). No. 166: "I Love You Truly," Carrie Jacobs-Bond, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1907). No. 167: "Croon, Croon, Underneat' The Moon," G. H. Clutsam (1919). No. 168: "I'd Build a World in the Heart of a Rose," Horatio Nicholls (1918).
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Folder 1: No. 170 Spring Will Return with You - No. 180 Message of the Rose, 1912 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 170: "Spring Will Return with You," Geoffrey O'Hara, orch. by S. Deshon (1919). No. 171: "Wonderful World of Romance," Haydn Wood (1919). No. 172: "Where the Milestones End," Evelyn Sharpe (1918). No. 173: "Love's Garden of Roses," Haydn Wodd (1915). No. 174: "The Road that Brought You to Me," Bernard Hamblen (1919). No. 176: "Rose of My Heart," Hermann Lohr (1912). No. 177: "Little Grey Home in the West," Hermann Lohr, orch. by H. M. Higgs (1913). No. 178: "The Birth of a Nation: the Perfect Song," Joseph Carl Breil, orch. by S. deshon (1915). No. 179: "A Modest Little Thing," Eugene Lockhart, orch. by S. Deshon (1919). No. 180: "Message of the Rose," Stuart James, arr. by J. Louis von der Mehden, Jr. (1916).
Folder 2: No. 181 A Bowl of Roses - No. 193 A la hongroise, 1910 - 1920Add to your cart.
No. 181: "A Bowl of Roses," Robert C. Clarke, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 182: "Mattinata," Ruggiero Leoncavallo, arr. by Wm. M. Redfied (1913). No. 184: "Love, Here is My Heart," Lao Silesu, arr. by Lee Orean Smith (1915): No. 185: "I Hear You Calling Me," Charles Marshall (1911). No. 186: "Where My Caravan Has Rested," Hermann Lohr (1913). No. 187: "I Know a Lovely Garden," Guy D'hardelot, arr. by H. Deshon (1912). No. 187: "Broadway Rose," Eugene West, Martin Fried, and Otis Soencer, arr. by Al. Moquin (1920). No. 189: "Un peu d'Amour," Lao Silesu (1912). No. 191: "Sachem," George Rosey (1916). No. 193: "A la hongroise," Xaver Scharwenka, arr. and orch. by Ernest Gillet (1910).
Folder 3: No. 199 Think Love of Me - No. 207 Nid d'Amour, 1882 - 1918Add to your cart.
No. 199: "Think Love of Me," Frank H. Grey, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 200: "The Joy Riders," W. A. Barrington Sargent (1913). No. 201: "La Berceuse," E. Waldteufel (undated). No. 202: "I Love Thee," E. Waldteufel(1882). No. 203: "Alone in the Mountains," C. A. Preusse (1915). No. 204: "On the Beautiful Hudson," F. Hermann, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1913). No. 205: "Wedding - Dance," Paul Lincke (1907). No. 206: "The Spring," E. Walfteufel (1882). No. 207: "Nid d'Amour," E. Waldteufel (1885).
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Folder 1: No. 208 Loves Confession - No. 216 Fideles Wien, 1899 - 1920Add to your cart.
No. 208: "Loves Confession," E. Waldteufel (undated). No. 209: "Puszta Maiden Waltz," Chas. J. Roberts (1911). No. 210: "Les Sirenes, Waltz," E. Waldteufel, arr. by Gaston Borch (1912). No. 211: "Dreams of Childhood," E. Waldteufel (undated). No. 213: "The Rainbow," E, Waldteufel, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913). No. 214: "The Moan," James L. Shearer, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1920). No. 214: "Mon Reve," Emile Waldteufel (undated). No. 216: "Fideles Wien," Carl Komzak (1899).
Folder 2: No. 217 Under Love's Window - No. 224 Dream on the Ocean, 1905 - 1927Add to your cart.
No. 217: "Under Love's Window," Paul Lincke (1909). No. 218: "Naples Waltz," E. Waldteufel (undated). No. 219: "Pomone," Emil Waldteufel, arr. by Alfred Roth (1905). No. 219: "Cobble - Stones," Clarke and Pollack, arr. by George Sumner (1927). No. 220: "Amour et Printemps," E. Waldteufel (1906). No. 222: "Morning Journals," Johann Strauss (1908). No. 223: "Old Chestnuts," compiled and arr. by M. L. Lake (1920). No. 224: "Dream on the Ocean," Jos. Gung'l (undated).
Folder 3: No. 225 Valse Triste - No. 234 Freuet euch des Lebens, 1890 - 1920Add to your cart.
No. 225: "Valse Triste," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Paul Henneberg (1911). No. 228: "Souviens-toi (Remembrance)," E. Waldteufel (undated). No. 229: "La derniere lettre de Manon," Ernest Gillet (1911). No. 229: "Marimba," Johnny Black, arr. by Arthur Lange (1920). No. 230: "Country Dance," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by Gustav Strube (1901). No. 232: "Madame Butterfly," E. Tavan (1906). No. 233: "Lustspiel Overture," Keler-Bela, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1902). No. 233: "Amorita," J. S. Zamecknik (1920). No. 234: "Freuet euch des Lebens," Joh, Strauss (1890).
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Folder 1: No. 235 Forget Me Not - No. 244 Les Fleurs Waltz, 1889 - 1912Add to your cart.
No. 235: "Forget Me Not," E. Waldteufel (undated). No. 236: "Entre nous," Emil Waldteufel (undated). No. 237: "Near to Thee," E. Waldteufel, arr. by Ellis Brooks (1912). No. 238: "Love's Fancies," Paul Lincke (undated). "La Barcarolle," E. Waldteufel (1911). No. 240: "Pierrot and Pierrette," Franz Lehar, arr. by M. L. Lake (1913). No. 241: "Tres Jolie," E. Waldteufel, rev. by S. K. Wright (1912). No. 242: "Ever or Never Waltz," E. Waldteufel (undated). No. 243: "In the Eyes," E. Waldteufel (1889). No. 244: "Les Fleurs Waltz," E. Waldteufel (undated).
Folder 2: No. 245 Gold and Silver - No. 253: A Summer Evening, 1891 - 1913Add to your cart.
No. 245: "Gold and Silver," Franz Lehar, arr. by G. Friebland (1913). No 246: "Vienna Bonbons," Johann Strauss, arr. by L. P. Laurendeau (1900). No 248: "Return of Spring," Emile Waldteufel (undated ). No. 249: "Moon-Light on the Hudson," Andrew Hermann (1892). No. 251: "Starry Night," E. Waldteufel (1891). No. 252: "Reverie Waltz," E. Waldteufel (1912). No. 252: "Yes Sir, That's My Baby," Gus Kahn and Walter Donaldson (1925). No. 253: "A Summer Evening," Emil Waldteufel (1906).
Folder 3: No. 254 La Fiancee - No. 300 Georgia and Stumbling, 1891 - 1927Add to your cart.
No. 254: "La Fiancee," E. Waldteufel (1891). No. 254: "Among My Souvenirs," Horatio Nicholls (1927). No. 255: "Tin Pan Parade," Haven Gillespie and Richard A. Whiting (1927). No. 256: "Vision of Salome," Archibald Joyce, arr. by Emil Ascher (1910). No. 257: "Dear Little Boy of Mine," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1919). No. 266: "Mandy," Irving Berlin, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (1919). No. 275: "That Wonderful Mother of Mine," Walter Goodwin, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1918). No. 276: "The Pioneer," H. J. Crosby (1921). No. 283: "Just A Memory," Ray Henderson, orch. by Walter Paul (1927). No. 300: "Georgia," Walter Donaldson, arr. by Frank E, Barry (1922); "Stumbling," Zez Confrey, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1922).
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Folder 1: No. 310 Sonya - No. 387 Jardin d'Amour, 1913 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 310: "Sonya," Fred Fisher and Bob Schafer, orch. by Arthur Lange (1925). No. 329: "Bells of St. Mary's," Emmett Adams, orch. by S. Deshon (1919). No. 336: "Spanish Shawl," Elmer Schoebel, arr. by Elmer Schoebel (1925). No. 351: "Rose of Washington Square," James F. Hanley, arr. by Geo. F. Briegel (1920). No. 361: "Tripoli," Cunningham, Dubin, and Weill, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1920). No. 363: "On Miami Shore," Victor Jacobi, orch. by S. Deshon (1919). No. 364: "Mysterioso" [For depicting stealth, gruesome scenes etc.), M. L. Lake (1916). No. 365: "Mysterioso" [For Burglary or Mystery], Adolf Minot, rev. by Sol P. Levy (1916). No. 366: Misterioso No. 29" [For general use], J. E. Andino (1916). No. 368: "Hurry" [Fire scenes etc], M. L. Lake (1914). No. 370: "Hurry" [Battle scenes], M. L. Lake (1912). No. 371: "Love Bird," Mary Earl and Ted Fiorito, arr. by Geo. F. Briegel (1921). No. 371: "Hurry No. 2" [For railroad scenes], Walter C. Simon (1916). No. 372: "Desecration Rag," Felix Arndt, arr. by J. Louis von der Mehden, Jr. (1914). No. 388: "Presto" [For depicting intense excitement, chases, fire scenes etc.], Lester Brockton (1918). No. 387: "Jardin d'Amour," Luetta Lockwood Moore, arr. by James C. Mc. Cabe (1913).
Folder 2: No. 389 Venetian Moon - No 400 September Morn, 1904 - 1920Add to your cart.
No. 389: "Venetian Moon," Phil. Goldberg and Frank Magine, arr. by Charles L. Cooke (1920). No. 389: "Three Songs from Eliland," A. von Fielitz, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 390: "Sunny Italy," Theo. Moses-Tobani (1904). No. 392: "Railroad Blues," C. Luckeyth Roberts, ed. by Roy Bargy, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1920). No. 394: "The Glow-Worm," Paul Lincke (1907). No. 395: "Blacksmith Rag," Rednip (1920). No. 395: "La Conquette," David Onivas, arr. by D. Savino (1914). No. 396: "Huetamo," C. W. Ancliffe, arr. by C. W. Ancliffe (1914). No. 396: "Dardanella," Felix Bernard and Johnny S. Black (1919). No. 398: "Tulip Time," Dave Stamper, arr. by Dave Kaplan (1919). No. 399: "Palesteena," Con Conrad and J. Russel Robinson, arr. by Geo. F. Briegel (1920). No. 400: "September Morn," Henri I. Marshall, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1913).
Folder 3: No. 402 An American Heiress - No. 412 Mystery, 1905-1922Add to your cart.
No. 402: "An American Heiress," George Rosey (undated). No. 403: " Kiss of Spring," Walter Rolfe, arr. by Herman Friedrich (1905). No. 404: "Seven Days," Theodore Bendix, arr. by Robert Recker (1910). No. 405: "Isle D'Amour," Leo Edwards, orch. by W.F. Peters (1913). No. 406: "Castle of Remembrance," Arthur C. Morse, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1912). No. 407: "Dream of the Fairies," Charles L. Johnson, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1911). No. 408: "Viennoise Waltz," Alexandre Duval, arr. by Victor Charmettes (1912). No. 409: "An Autumn Reverie," Walter Rolfe, arr. Herbert L. Clarke (undated). No. 409: "The Bla Bla Blues," Henry Busse, Buster Johnsom and Gus Mueller, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1922). No. 410: "Destiny," Sydney Baynes (1912). No. 412: "Mystery," Orch. by W.C. O'Hare (1912). Note: there are two items listed as number 409.
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Folder 1: No. 413 Call Me Back, Pal, O' Mine - No. 423 Valse June, 1907-1922Add to your cart.
No. 413: "Call Me Back, Pal, O'Mine," Harold Dixon (1921). No. 414: "Pansies for Thought," Lou Blyn, arr. by Herman Friedrich (1907). No. 415: "Valse Annette," Lionel Baxter (1915). No. 416: "Kiss a Miss," Cal De Voll, Jack Yellen and Maurice Baron, arr. by Lee Onidas (1920). No. 417: "Perdita," Charles A. Young (1914). No. 418: " Pierrot and Pierrette," Leo Edwards, arr. by William Schulz (1916). No. 419: "Juliana," Frank H. Grey, arr. by Alford-Colby (1915). No. 420: "Don't Bring Me Posies," Fred Rose, lyrics by Billy McCabe and Clarence Jennings (1922). No. 420: "The Vampire," Al B. Coney, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1911). No. 421: "Chantecler," Al Johns (1910); "Good-Bye, Shanghai!" Joseph Meyer, arr. Frank E. Barry (1922). No. 422: "A Moment's Hesitation," James V. Monaco, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (1914). No. 423: "Valse June," Lionel Baxter (1914). Note: there are two items listed as number 420.
Folder 2: No. 424 Carnival Queen - No. 436 Just a Wearyin" for You, 1894-1919Add to your cart.
No. 424: "Carnival Queen," Lee Orean Smith (1916). No. 427: "Roses and Violets," Joseph M. Daly, arr. by W.R. Whiting, (1911). No. 428: "Valse Elaine," Lionel Baxter (1914). No. 429: "The Great Lover," Louis Maurice, arr. by Lee Orean Smith (1916). No. 430: "Mon Desire," Gus Kleinecke, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1911). No. 431: "Love in Arcady," Haydn Wood (1912). No. 432: "A Love Song," Haydn Wood (1917). No. 433: "Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses," John Openshaw (1919). No. 434: "O Promise Me," Reginald de Koven, arr. by Nahan Franko (1894). No. 435: "I Love Your Eyes of Grey," Haydn Wood (1919). No. 436: "Just a Wearyin' For You," Carrie Jacobs-Bond, arr. Harry L. Alford (1908).
Folder 3: No. 437 Fairy Dreams - No. 454 The Grand Stand, 1910-1928Add to your cart.
No. 437: "Fairy Dreams," Arthur Wood (1912). No. 438: "Starlight," Pedro de Zulueta (1913). No. 442: "My Little Billiken," A. Lotter (1912). No. 443: "Childrens Games," Emil Ascher (undated). No. 445: "Sleeping Rose," Gaston Borch (1917). No. 446: "Shadow in the Night," (1919). No. 447: "Chicken Reel," Joseph M. Daly, arr. by M..L. Foley (1910). No. 449: "By Heck," S.R. Henry, arr. by Stephen O. Jones (1914). No. 450: "Reuben Reel," Maxwell Goldman, orch. by Gus Guentzel (1914). No. 451: "Chinese Patrol," H. Fliege, arr. by Emil Ascher (1915). No. 452: "In the Sudan," G. Sebek, arr. Emil Ascher (1916). No. 452: "Auf Wiederseh'n," Abner Greenberg (1928). No. 454: "The Grand Stand," C.A. Egener (1926). Note: there are two items listed as number 452.
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Folder 1: No. 455 Gloryland - No. 464 On the Hike, 1914-1921Add to your cart.
No. 455: "Gloryland," Lawrence B. O'Connor, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1920). No. 456: "The Flying Ace," J.S. Zamecnik (undated). No. 457: "The Drum Major," Jacob Henry Ellis, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 458: "Marine Corps Institute," Taylor Branson (1921). No. 459: "The Hula Blues," Sonny Cunha and John Avery Noble, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1920). No. 459: "College Yell,," J.S. Zamecnik (undated). No. 460: "Palmer House Blues," Fred Meinken, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1919). No. 460: "Prepare for Action," H.L. Blankenburg, arr. by M.L. Lake (1921). No. 461: "Pleading," Haydn Wood (1914). No. 462: "The Miracle of Love," Frank W. McKee (1917). No. 463: "General Pershing," Carl. D. Vandersloot (1918). No. 464: "On the Hike," J.S. Zamecnik (1919). Note: there are two items each listed as numbers 459 and 460.
Folder 2: No. 465 Co-Ed - No. 477 The Rose of Panama, 1895-1921Add to your cart.
No. 465: "Co-Ed," J.S. Zamecnik (1914). No.466: "King Cotton," J.P. Sousa (1895). No.468: "Spangles," John W. Bratton, arr. by Gus Sulzer (1906). No. 469: "Ship O'Dreams," Herbert Francis, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1921); "Only a Smile," J.S. Zamecnik (1921).. No. 470: "All for You," Robe-Vodery (1920). No. 471: "Arabian Night," Albert Mildenberg, arr. by Otto Langey (1909); "Idilio," Theodore Lack, arr. Otto Langey (1909). No. 473: "Printemps d'Amour Valse," Franz Lehar, arr. Fred Perkins (1909). No. 474: "Love's Awakening," J. Danglas (1911). No. 475: "Rippling Waves," John T. Hall (1910). No. 476: "Amourette," Norman Leigh, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1910). No. 477: "The Rose of Panama," Lou Blyn, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913).
Folder 3: No. 478 Avec Moi? - No. 489 La Marseillaise and La Carmagnole, 1909-1923Add to your cart.
No. 478: "Avec Moi?" H. Vincenzo Luzerno, arr. by Hugo Frey (1914). No. 479: "Nights of Gladness," Charles Ancliffe, arr. by Carl F. WIlliams (1912). No. 480, "The Merry Countess from Die Fledermaus," Johann Strauss, orch. by W.C. O'Hare (1913). No. 482: "Henrietta," F. Channon, arr. by James. C. McCabe (1914). No. 483: "Love Sparks," by Abe Holzmann (1909). No. 484: "Mist of Memory," George L. Conn (1913). No. 485: "Reine Valse," Phil Schwartz, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1910). No. 486: "Kitty Gordon," Fleta Jan Brown, orch. by Sol. P. Levy (1913). No. 487: "Scenes in Brittany," Franklin Riker, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1912). No. 488: "Voluptueuse," Robert Hoffman, arr. by Ellis Brooks (1909). No. 489: "La Marseillaise," arr. by Ernst Luz (1923); "La Carmagnole," arr. by Ernst Luz (1923).
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Folder 1: No. 490 Polaire - No. 497 Love's Hesitation, 1909-1921Add to your cart.
No. 490: "Polaire," Henriette Blanke-Belcher, arr. J. Bodewall Lampe (1910). No. 491: "Pert and Pretty," A.J. Weidt, arr. by Herman Friedrich (1913). No. 492: "Gentle Maiden," arr. by Fred W. Clement (1913). No. 493: "Valse des Flirts," P. Sudessi, arr. by W.K. Whiting (1913). No. 494: "Fleurs d'Amour," Reginald de Koven, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1909). No. 494: "My Baby's Arms," Joe McCarthy and Harry Tierney (1919). No. 495: "A Thousand Kisses," Archibald Joyce, arr. by Lee Orean Smith (1912). No. 496: "I'll Forget You," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1921). No. 497: "Love's Hesitation from Love's Hesitation," Charles J. Gebest, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1914). Note: there are two items listed as number 494.
Folder 2: No. 498 Just a Moment - No. 510 A Perfect Day, 1910-1925Add to your cart.
No. 498: "Just a Moment," Egbert Van Alstyne, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1914). No. 498: "Swanee RIver Moon," H. Pitman Clarke, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1921). No. 499: "Hesitation Waltz," F. Henri Klickmann (1913). No. 500: "One Wonderful Night," Clarence M. Jones, arr. by Charles Miller (1914). No. 501: "Mimi," Norman Leigh (1913); "Barcelona Beauties," R.E. Hildreth (1913). No. 502: "Ain't We Got Fun," Kahn, Egan and Richard A. Whiting (1920). No. 502: "Sentiers Fleuris," E. Waldteufel, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1910). No. 503: "Nymphs o'the Sea-Wold," R.E. Hildreth (1913). No. 504: "Enchanted Dale," George L Cobb (1912). No. 505: "Just a Little Drink," Byron Gay, arr. by Emil Breitenfeld (1925).?  No. 505: "Chain of Daisies," A.J. Weidt (1910). No. 506: "Skylark," Jessie L Deppen, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1913). No. 507: "Flowers of Love," Rudolf Friml, orch. by Russell Bennett (1922); "In a Rose Bower," Rudolf Friml, orch. by Russell Bennett (1922). No. 510: "A Perfect Day,"????  Carrie Jacobs-Bond, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1912). Note: there are two items each listed as numbers 498, 502, and 505.
Folder 3: No. 511 Aloha Sunset Land - No. 543 Dear Old Pal of Mine and What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For, 1910-1922Add to your cart.
No. 511: "Aloha Sunset Land," Ioane Kawelo, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 511: "Home Again Blues," Irving Berlin and Harry Akst, orch. by Charles N. Grant (1920). No. 512: "In the Purple Twilight," Neil Moret (1916). No. 513: "When the Leaves Begin to Fall," Maurice Baron (1922). No. 513: "There's a Service Flag Flying at Our House," Al W. Brown (1917). No. 515: "For the Freedom of the World," J.S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 516: "Old Timers," arr. by Dave Kaplan (1921). No. 518: "Where Do We Go from Here," Howard Johnson and Percy Wenrich (1917). No. 519: "Berceuse," Alexander Iljinsky, arry by Otto Langey (1910); "The Lady Picking Mulberries," Edgar S. Kelley, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 521: "Barcarolle," H.J. Tandler (1922). No. 523: "Out of the Dusk to You," Dorothy Lee, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1922); " Love a Little Cottage," Geoffrey O'Hara, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 530: "Old Pal Why Don't You Answer Me?" M.K. Jerome, arr. by William Schulz (1920). No.543: "What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For," Howard Johnson, Joe McCarthy and James V. Monaco (1916). Note: there are two items each listed as numbers 511 and 513.
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Folder 1: No. 544 Somewhere a Voice Is Calling - No. 571 Serenade Coquette, 1904-1922Add to your cart.
No. 544: "Somewhere a Voice Is Calling," Arthur F. Fate (1911). No. 545: "Honey, Dat's All," Egbert Van Alstyne, arr. by W. C. Polla (1922). No. 546: "A Kiss in the Dark," Victor Herbert (1922). No. 547: "The Boomerang," Louis Maurice, arr. by Lee Orean Smith (1916). No. 549: "Fighting Tommies," John Boulton, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1918). No. 550: "America United," Sam A. Perry, arr. by Alfred Dalby (1921). No. 551: "Yankee Tars," John Boulton, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1918). No. 552: "Aces High," John Boulton, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1917). No. 555: "Moonlight Shadows," Maurice Baron (1918). No. 565: "Children's March" [for playful scenes], Herman Finck (1922); "They Made It Twice as Nice as Paradise and They Called It Dixieland," Richard A. Whiting, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1916); "It's So Temptin'," Jas. V. Monaco, arr. by Lee Orean Smith (1915). No. 571: "Serenade Coquette," Richard Barthelemy, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1904).
Folder 2: No. 572 Un Sonnet D'Amour - No. 585 The Walkover, 1915-1923Add to your cart.
No. 572: "Un Sonnet D'Amour," George H. Sanders (1923). No. 574: "Mazurka Bb Op. 7 No. 1," Frederic Chopin (1918). No. 576: "The Hobbledehoy," Elric Olsen (1915). No. 577: "Chanson-Serenade," R. Drigo, arr. by Adolf Lotter (1922). No. 578: "Nocturne Bb Major Op. 32 No. 1," Frederic Chopin (1918). No. 579: "How's Every Little Thing in Dixie," Albert Gumble, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1916). No. 580: "Fleurette D'Amour," Percy E. Fletcher (1922). No. 581: "Mandolinata," Paladilhe, arr. by George Rosey (1921). No. 582: "Dusty Trombone," Henry Fillmore (1923). No. 583: "Negro Theme." No. 584: "The Slumber Boat," Jessie L. Gaynor (1923). No. 585: "The Walkover," M. L. Lake (1920).
Folder 3: No. 586 General Lejeune - No. 596 Prince of Good Fellows, 1902-1923Add to your cart.
No. 586: "General Lejeune," Taylor Branson (1922). No. 587: "McKinley's Own," K. L. King (1923). No. 588: "Paragon," James M. Fulton (1923). No. 589: "The Drummer's Birthday," H. Elliott Smith (1911). No. 590: "Spirit of Minstrelsy," K. L. King (1923). No. 591: "Coon's Birthday," Paul Lincke (1903). No. 593: "Burning Sands," D. Onivas (1922). No. 593: "March of the Dwarfs," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 594: "Yankee Doodle Blues," George Gershwin, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (1922). No. 595: "Robbers March from Chu Chin Chow," Frederic Norton, arr. by D. Onivas (1918). No. 596: "Prince of Good Fellows," Thomas S. Allen (1902). Note: there are two items listed as number 593.
Folder 4: No. 597 Stuttering - No. 604 Sing Me Love's Lullaby, 1910-1923Add to your cart.
No. 597: "Stuttering," Maceo Pinkard, arr. by Ted Eastwood (1922). No. 597: "Magnificent," H. J. Crosby (1922). No. 598: "The NC-4," F. E. Bigelow (1919). No. 599: "Marionettes," Francis G. Byford (1921). No. 600: "Sorrento," Louis Severne (1923). No. 601: "The Dawn of Hope," F. G. Byford (1922). No. 602: "In the Moonlight," Albert W. Ketelbey (1919). No. 603: "A Love-Song," Homer N. Bartlett, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 604: "Sing Me Love's Lullaby," Theodore Morse, arr. by Lee Orean Smith (1917).
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Folder 1: No. 610 La Guapa - No. 635 Mello Cello, 1889-1922Add to your cart.
No. 610: "La Guapa," J. Buisson, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1910). No. 611: "French National Defile March," A. Turlet, arr. by Alfred Roth (1904); "Witchcraft," F. H. Losey (1904). No. 612: "Le Pere de la Victoire," L. Ganne (1889); "Surrender," E. Winter (1889). No. 613: "The Sneak," Nacio Herb Brown, arr. by Harry A. Powell (1922). No. 620: "You Tell Her I Stutter," Billy Rose and Cliff Friend, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (1922). No. 623: "Lovely Lucerne," Felix Godin, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1922). No. 635: "Mello Cello," Neil Moret, arr. by Arthur Lange (1921).
Folder 2: No. 636 Oh! My Sweet Hortense - No. 680 Porcelain Maid, 1912-1927Add to your cart.
No. 636: "Oh! My Sweet Hortense," Walter Donaldson, lyrics by Joe Young and Sam W. Lewis (1921). Np. 637: "Oh Johnny! Oh Johnny! Oh!," Ed Rose and Abe Olman, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1917). No. 638: "Cherie," Irving Bibo, arr. by Frank E. Barry, lyrics by Leo Wood (1921). No. 639: "I'll Come Back to You When It's All Over," Kerry Mills (1927). No. 640: "It's a Long Way to Berlin, But We'll Get There," Arthur Field, Leon Flatlow arr. by S. Danks (1917). No. 641: "Oh-How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning," Irving Berlin, arr. by Everett J. Evans (1918). No. 642: "Second Hand Rose," James F. Hanley, arr. by Geo. F. Briegel (1921). No. 646: "A Baby's Prayer At Twilight (For Her Daddy Over There)," M. K. Jerome, arr. by Everett J. Evans, lyrics by Sam M. Lewis & Joe Young (1917). No. 646: "Love's First Kiss," Dorothy Foster, lyrics by Edward Lockton (1924). No. 647: "In The Garden of To-morrow," Jessie L. Deppen, arr. by Chas. N. Grant, lyrics by Geo. Graffe Jr. (1924). No. 648: "Scaramouche," A. Joseph Jordan, arr. by Wm. Chas. Schoenfeld (1923). No. 649: "Ninette," Christine, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 678: "Fate (It Was Fate When I First Met You)," Byron Gay, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1922). No. 680: "Porcelain Maid," Irving Berlin, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (1922). Note: there are two items numbered 646.
Folder 3: No. 682 Steppin' Out - No. 709 Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty, 1912-1923Add to your cart.
No. 682: "Steppin' Out," Byron Gay (1922). No. 688: "Crinoline Days," Irving Berlin, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (1922). No. 700: "Souvenir d'Amour," Oliphant Chuckerbutty (1923). No. 701: "For Remembrance," Francis G. Byford, arr. by A. W. Owen (1918). No. 702: "Glad Days," R. A. Berche (1912). No. 703: "By the Waters of Minnetonka" (handwritten manuscript), Thurlow Lieurance, arr. by Andrew Luck (1920). No. 704: "Oh! Susannah" (handwritten manuscript), music and lyrics by Stephen C. Foster (undated). No. 705: "Onward Christian Soldiers" (handwritten manuscript), Sullivan (undated). No. 706: "Old Hundred" (handwritten manuscript), Bourgeois (undated). No: 707 "Rock of Ages" (handwritten manuscript), Hastings (undated). No. 708: "Nearer, My God To Thee" (handwritten manuscript), Mason (undated). No. 709: "Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty" (handwritten manuscript), Dyke (undated).
Folder 4: No. 710 Old Folks at Home - No. 722 Jesus, Love of My Soul, 1921-1925Add to your cart.
No. 710: "Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 711: "Abide with Me" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 712: "The Gate Ajar for Me" handwritten manuscript, Vail (undated). No. 713: "Brightly Gleams Our Banner" handwritten manuscript, Sullivan (undated). No. 713: "Doo-Dah Blues," Fred Rose and Eddie White, arr. by Fred Hoff (1921). No. 714: "Come, Ye Disconsolate" handwritten manuscript, Webbe (undated). No. 715: "Adeste Fidelis (How Firm a Foundation)" handwritten manuscript, Portogallo (undated). No. 716: "Pleyel's Hymn" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 717: "Collegiate," Moe Jaffe and Nat Bonx, arr. by Arthur Lange (1925). No. 717: "Sun of My Soul" handwritten manuscript, Ritter (undated). No. 718: "Happy Day" handwritten manuscript, Rimbault (undated). No. 719: "Lead Kindly Light" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 720: "Sailing - Sailing" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 721: "My Country Tis of Thee" handwritten manuscript, Carey (undated). No. 722: "Jesus, Lover of My Soul" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). Note: there are two items numbered 713; there are two items numbered 717.
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Folder 1: No. 723 Yankee Doodle - No. 731 Les precieuses, 1919 - 1924Add to your cart.
No. 723: "Yankee Doodle" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 724: "Old Zip Coon (Turkey in the Straw)" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 725: "Pop Goes the Weasel" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 726: "Tres precieuse," Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1921); No. 726: "Chong" Harold Weeks, arr. by Harrison Hall (1919). No. 727: "En Carriole" Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1924). No. 728: "Epilogue," Gabriel-Marie, trans. and orch. by Hans Ourdine (1917). No. 729: "Le songe de l'Exile," Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Hans Ourdine (1919). No. 730: "Dancer Conjure," Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1924). No. 731: "Les precieuses," Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1922). Note: There are two items numbered 726.
Folder 2: No. 732 Canzone - No. 743 Dans les Roses, 1904 - 1924Add to your cart.
No. 732: "Canzone," Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1924). No. 733: "Prologue," Gabriel Marie, trans. and orch. by Hans Ourdine (1917). No. 723: "Poeme d'espoir," Gabriel Marie and Hans Ourdine (1924). No. 735: "A Dance Measure" [For Gaiety and Merry-marking], Reginald Somerville (1924). No. 736: "Dans les Bois," Gaston Borch (1923). No. 740: "June Brought the Roses," John Openshaw (1924). No. 741: "The Ringmaster," W. K. Whiting (1904). No. 743: "Dans les Roses," Richard Barthelemy, arr. by J. Louis von der Mehden, Jr. (1916).
Folder 3: No. 745 Evensong Waltz - No. 758 Minuet, 1916 - 1924Add to your cart.
No. 745: "Evensong Waltz," Easthope Martin (1916). No. 746: "Maryland, My Maryland" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 747: "Deeevant mirage," Gabriel Marie, arr. by Hans Ourdine (1918). No. 750: "Splivins Corners," Jacob Henry Ellis (undated). No. 751: "Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin" handwritten manuscript, R. Wagner (undated). No. 752: "Wedding March from Midsummernights Dream" handwritten manuscript, Mendelssohn (undated). No. 753: "A Night in Granada," Jose Serrano, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1917). No. 754: "Girl of My Heart," Roberto Henkel, arr. by Christopher O'Hare (1924). No. 755: "Cruiskeen Lawn" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 756: "I Can Hear You Calling" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 757: "A Warrior Bold" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 758: "Minuet," Paderewski, arr. by Harry A. Powell (1924).
Folder 4: No. 759 You're Just a Flower an Old Bouquet - No. 771 La Spagnola and O Mari, 1913 - 1928Add to your cart.
No. 759: "You're Just a Flower from an Old Bouquet," Lucien Denni, arr. by Harry A. Powell (1925). No. 760: "Hearts of Oak" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 763: "Asleep in the Deep," H. W. Petrie, orch. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1920). No. 761: "How Dry I' Am" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 764: "Diamond Flush," Edmund Braham, arr. by G. H. Reeves (1905). No. 765: "When the Bell in the Lighthouse Rings Ding, Dong," Alfred Solman (1921). No. 766: "March of the Mannikins," arr. by D. Onivas (1923). No. 766: "Collegiana," Jimmy McHugh, arr. by Ken Macomber (1928). No. 768: "Moon Shadows," William Schroeder, orch. by Russell Bennett (1920). No. 771: "La Spagnola," Vincenzo di Chiara, arr. by M. L. Lake (1913); "O Mari," E. di Capua, arr. by M. L. Lake (1913). Note: There are two items numbered 766.
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Folder 1: No. 775 Memories - No. 785 La Petite Coquette, 1897-1920Add to your cart.
No. 775: "Memories," Kahn and Van Alstyne, arr. by William J.C. Lewis (1915). [Note: there are two copies of No. 775.] No. 776: "Uncle Josh's Huskin' Dance," L.O. de Witt (1897). No. 777: "Deutscher Walzer," Arr. by Joseph T. Kaine (1913). No. 779: "La Foret Perfide," Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Hans Ourdine (1919). No. 780: "A La Paree," Henri Verdin (1920). No. 784: "Yankee Doodle Boy," handwritten manuscript, George Cohan (undated). No. 785: "La Petite Coquette," J.S. Zamecnik (1913).
Folder 2: No. 787 Serenade Romantique - No. 792 Premier Reve, 1918-1924Add to your cart.
No. 787: "Serenade Romantique," Vincent Fosse (undated). No. 788: "Le Seigneur de Kermor," Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Hans Ourdine (1918). N. 789: "L'Angiossante Aventure," Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Hans Ourdine (1923). No. 790: "L'Amour Redempteur," Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1921). No. 791: "Dramma," H Mouton (undated). No. 792: "Premier Reve," H. Mouton (1924).
Folder 3: No. 793 Obsession - No. 809 Arabian March and Egyptian March, 1913-1927Add to your cart.
No. 793: "Obsession," Vincent Fosse (1924). No. 794: "Les Zingaris Cheminent," Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1922). No. 795: "Piangere," Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1924). No. 797: "Cavatina," J. Raff, arr. by Emil Ascher, ed. by Fred Lampe (1923). No. 800: "The Dauntless Battalion," John Philip Sousa (1923). No. 803: "Pavane de la Cour," Gabriel-Marie (1913). No. 804: "Rounded Up in Glory," Oscar J. Fox, arr. by Anton Weiss (1927). No. 805: "Flags of Freedom March," John Philip Sousa, arr. by M.L. Lake (1918). No. 807: "Pizzicato Polka from Sylvia Ballet," Leo Delibes, arr. by Emil Ascher, ed. by Fred Lampe (1923). No. 808: "Hamidji," arr. by Emil Ascher (1916). No. 809: "Arabian March," arr. by Emil Ascher (1916); "Egyptian March," arr. by Emil Ascher (1916).
Folder 4: No. 811 Salome - No. 828 Ice Cream, 1906-1927Add to your cart.
No. 811: "Salome," William Loraine, arr. by Emil Ascher, ed. by Fred Lampe (1923). No. 812: "Egyptian March," Johann Strauss, arr. by Emil Ascher (1916). No. 817: "The Birds and the Brook," R.M. Stults, arr. by Emil Ascher, ed. by Fred Lampe (1923). No. 818: "Longing for Home," Albert Jungmann, arr. by Emil Ascher (1922). No. 821: "Just Try to Picture Me Down Home in Tennessee," Walter Donaldson, arr. by Milton Ager (1915). No. 823: "Shoulder Arms," Dave Rose, arr. by Everett J. Evans (1906). No. 827: "Danube Waves Waltz," J. Ivanovici, rev. by J.S. Seredy (1913). No. 828: "Ice Cream," Howard Johnson, Bill Moll and Robert King (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 829 It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo' - No. 839 Mother, 1908 - 1923Add to your cart.
No. 829: "It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'" Wendell Hall, arr. by Charles L. Cooke (1923). No. 832: "Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore," G. Verdi, arr. by Emil Ascher (1917). No. 833: "Alice, Where Art Thou," Ascher; "The Loreley," Fr. Silcher (1916). No. 835: "Over There," Geo. M. Cohan (1917). No. 836: "She Is Ma Daisy," Harry Lauder, arr. by Franz Mahl (1908). No. 837: "Dancing in the Barn," Tom Turner, arr. by Emil Ascher (1923). No. 839: "Mother," Sigmund Romberg, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1916).
Folder 2: No. 841 Little Mother of Mine - No. 850 The Mosquito's Parade and Little Alligator Bait, 1800 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 841: "Little Mother of Mine," H. T. Burleigh, arr. by James C. Mc Cabe (1917). No. 842: "Magic Love," James C. Bradford, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 843: "Memory Lane," Larry Spier and Con Conrad, orch. by Chas. N. Grant (1924). No. 845: "Lullaby Moon," Billie Brown, arr. by Clarence E. Wheeler (1922); "Stories," Richard Powers, Herb Marple, and Dick Partington, arr. by R. D. Becker (1922). No. 846: "Over the Waves," Juventino Roses (1890). No. 847: "National Emblem," E. E. Bagley (1906). No. 850: "The Mosquito's Parade," Howard Whitney, arr. by W. H. Mackie; "Little Alligator Bait," Jas. W. Casey, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1800).
Folder 3: No. 851 If You Were the Only Girl - No. 869 Moonlight and Roses, 1904 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 851: "If You Were the Only Girl," Nat. D. Ayer, orch. by Charles N. Grant (1925). No. 852: "Mother o'Mine!" Frank E Tours, orch. by S, Deshon (1917). No. 853: "L'Amour," H. Christine, arr. by Otto Langey (1913). No. 854: "Sweetheart," Arnold Johnson, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1921). No. 854: "Laughing Love," H. Christine (1911). No. 857: "Dream of the South," Ascher-Mahl (1904). No. 858: "L'onde tragique, Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Hans Ourdine (1923). No. 859: "Marquisette," H. Mouton (undated). No. 868: "Waiting for the Dawn and You," Leo Edwards, orch. by Chas. N. Grant (1924). No. 869: "Moonlight and Roses," Lemare, Black and Moret (1925). Note: There are two items numbered 854.
Folder 4: No. 871 Joe Bowers - No. 888 That Old Irish Mother of Mine, 1905 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 871: "Joe Bowers," arr. by Sol West (1925). No. 877: "Military Galop," Ch. Barthman, arr. by Aubrey Winter (1925). No. 878: "Evensong," Easthope Martin (1911). No. 880: "He's a Jolly Good Fellow" handwritten manuscript, Loesch (undated). No. 881: "Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes," Ira Schuster and Ed. G. Nelson, arr. by S. Danks (1921). No. 881: "Fluffy Ruffles," Geo. Hamilton Green, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 882: "Ty-Tee," Irving Bibo, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1921). No. 883: "Listen to This," Mel. B. Kaufman, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 885: "Razzazza Mazzazza," Arthur Pryor (1905). No. 886: "Molly O (I Love You)," James C. Emery and Norman McNeil, arr. by Wm. Schoenberger (1921). No. 887: "Mon Homme," Maurice Yvain, orch. by F. Barre (1920). No. 888: "That Old Irish Mother of Mine," Harry von Tilzer, arr. by Wm. Schulg (1920).
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Folder 1: No. 889 Cross My Heart, Mother - No. 899 Near-Beer, 1918-1928Add to your cart.
No. 889: "Cross My Heart, Mother," Al Piantadosi, Jack McCoy and Sam WIlliams, orch. by ouis Katzman (1925). No. 890: "There's a Typical Tipperary Over Here," Alex Gerber and Abner Silver, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1920). No. 891: "Biddy," J.S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 893: "Into the Dawn with You," Dorothy Lee, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1928). No. 895: "Farewell Blues," Leon Rappolo, Paul Mares and Elmer Schoebel, arr. by Elmer Schoebel (1923). [Note; Two items have No. 895.] No. 895: "My Cairo Love," J.S. Zamecnik, lyrics by Harry D. Kerr (1920). No. 896: "Titina," Leo Daniderff, orch. by Walter Paul (1922). No. 897: "Madelon," Camille Robert, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1918); "I'll Say She Does," De Sylva, Kahn and Jolson, arr. by James C. McCabe (1918). No. 898: "Kismet," Herschel Henlere, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1920). No. 899: "Near-Beer," L.G. del Castillo (1919).
Folder 2: No. 900 Echoes of the Fatherland - No. 911 Good -bye, Good Luck, God Bless You, 1897-1928Add to your cart.
No. 900: "Echoes of the Fatherland," arr. by Paul Henneberg (1911). No. 901: "Shoot," Mel B. Kaufman, orch. by Dave Kaplan (1925). No. 902: "Serenade," by Sydney P. Harris, orch. by Everett J. Evans (1922). No. 903: "The Stars and Stripes Forever," J.P. Sousa (1897). No. 905: "My Wild Irish Rose," Chauncey Olcott, orch. by George J. Trinkaus (1922). No. 907: "At a Georgia Camp Meeting," Kerry Mills (1925). No. 908: "The Blue Law Blues," M.L. Lake (1921). [Note: Two items have No. 908.] No. 908: "Felix the Cat," Max Kortlander and Pete Wendling, arr. by Joseph Nussbaum (1928). No. 909: "Bits of Old Time Hits, No. 1 and 2," George A. Reeg, Jr., arr. by Louis Panella (1913). No. 910: "Turkish Patrol," Th. Michaelis, arr. by M.L. Lake (1915). No. 911: "Good-bye, Good Luck, God Bless You," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1916).
Folder 3: No. 912 Pal Of My Cradle Days - No. 923 Irish Patrol, 1881-1925Add to your cart.
No. 912: "Pal Of My Cradle Days," Al Piantadosi, lyrics by Marshall Montgomery (1925). No. 913: "In the Sweet By and By," handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated). No. 916: "By the Shalimar," Frank Mgine, Del Delbidge and Ted Koehler, arr. by Carleton L. Colby (1922). No. 917: "The Round Up," Morris Aborn (1922). No. 918: "Nola," Felix Arndt (1922); "Swanee Smiles," Fred W. Hager and Justin Ring, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1922). [Note: Two items have No. 918.] No. 918: "By Wireless," Irenee Berge, orch. by Charles N. Grant (1925). No. 919: "He's a Devil In His Own Home Town," Irving Berlin, arr. by William Schultz (1914). No. 920: "Rag Doll," Nacio Herb Brown (1925). No. 921: "Military Tactics," arr. by George Rosey (1916). No. 922: "Westward Ho!" Barnet and Riesenfeld (1923). No. 923: "Irish Patrol," Charles Puerner (1881).
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Folder 1: No. 924 A Little Bit of Heaven - No. 942 Old Pal, 1909 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 924: "A Little Bit of Heaven," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1915). No. 925: "A Night of Love," Larry Spier, orch. by Walter Paul (1926). No. 926: "Me-Ow," Mel B. Kaufman, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 930: "Mike," Benny Davis and Jesse Greer, orch. by Louis Katzman (1926). No. 931: "West of the Great Divide," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1924). No. 937: "L'estudiantina," E. Waldteufel, rev. by S. K. Wright (1912). No. 938: "Beautiful Lady" handwritten manuscript, Caryll (undated). No. 939: "Down Home Rag," Wilber C. Sweatman, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1909). No. 940: "Just a Cottage Small," James F. Hanley, orch. by Chas. N. Grant (1925). No. 941: "Poor Butterfly," Baymon Hubbell, arr. by Frank Saddler (1916). No. 942: "Old Pal," Egbert Van Alstyne (1924). Note: Bb Clarinet and Trumpet parts of the music for No. 941 are handwritten.
Folder 2: No. 943 Somewhere In Ireland - No. 960 You Forgot to Remember, 1897 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 943: "Somewhere In Ireland," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1917). No. 948: "Mazel-Tof," arr. by Emil Ascher (1914). No. 950: "The Racoon and the Bee," F. Beyer (1897); "A Hot Time," F. Beyer (1897). No. 951: "Because of You," Alfred Solman (1921). No. 954: "Antar," E. Tavan (1911). No. 957: "The New Thought," J. C. Heed (1904). No. 959: "Brian Borochme" [Intro: the Low Backed Car and Paddy Carney], arr. by Emil Ascher (1916). No. 960: "You Forgot to Remember," Irving Berlin (1925).
Folder 3: No. 961 Always - No. 969 Casey Jones, 1913 - 1928Add to your cart.
No. 961: "Always," Irving Berlin (1925). No. 962: "Oh What a Time For the Girlies When the Boys Come Marching Home," Harry Ruby, arr. by Everett Evans (1918). No. 962: "The Prisoner's Song," Guy Massey, arr. by Edw. Morbach Jr. (1925). No. 963: "Indian Summer," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1919). No. 964: "Constantinople," Harry Carlton (1928). No. 965: "Vision D'Amour," Francis C. Byford (!913). No. 966: "Laddie Buck of Mine," Ernest R. Ball, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus (1920). No. 967: "The B'Hoys of Tipperary," H. G. Amers (1915). No. 968: "Dream On," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1923). No. 969: "Casey Jones" handwritten manuscript, composer unidentified (undated).
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Folder 1: No. 970 Zip - No. 982 Fascinating Hour, 1910-1926Add to your cart.
No. 970: "Zip," Hugo Frey (1925). No. 971: "Ouch!" Mel Kaufman, orch. by Lee Terry (1924). No. 972: "Derby Days," William Axt (1925). No. 973: "Shamrock," arr. by R.B. Brewer (1910). No. 974: "Irish Beauties," Percy Wenrich, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1911). No. 976: "Comedy Galop," P. Fahrbach, arr. by Aubrey Winter (1925). No. 977: "Shameen Dhu," arr. by. W.C. O'Hare (1913). No. 982: "Fascinating Hour," Hans Spialek (1926).
Folder 2: No. 984 Ouverture Estivale - No. 992 Ragging the Scale, 1904-1922Add to your cart.
No. 984: "Ouverture Estivale," I. Snoek (undated). No. 985: "Wotan," C. Fietter, arr. by Francis Salabert (1922). No. 987: "Russian Nights," Theodore Moses-Tobani (1904). No. 989: "Conclave," F,H. Losey (1907); "Land of the Maple," L.P. Laurendeau (1907). No. 990: "Ruspana," Mary Earl, arr. by George F. Briegel (1919). No. 991: "Arabia," George Hamilton Green, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 992: "Ragging the Scale," Ed B. Claypoole (1915).
Folder 3: No. 993 Honey Moon Rag - No. 1002 Quality RagAdd to your cart.
No. 993: "Honey Moon Rag," James Scott, arr. by E.J. Stark (1916). No. 994: "Hungarian Rag," Julius Lenzberg (1913). No. 995: "Son-Set Rag," Ted Browne, orch. by Gus Guentzel (1915). No. 996: "The Cactus Rag," Lucian P. Gibson, arr. by E.J. Stark (1916). No. 997: "Tar Babies," Charles L. Johnson (1911). No. 998: "Jamaica Jinjer," Egbert Van Alstyne, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1912). No. 999: "Elite Syncopations," Scott Joplin, arr. by. E.J. Stark (1916). No. 1000: "Prosperity Rag," James Scott, arr. by E.J. Stark (1916). No. 1001: "Sunburst Rag," James Scott, arr. by E.J. Stark (1916). No. 1002: "Quality Rag," James Scott, arr. by Rocco Venuto (undated).
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Folder 1: No. 1003 Notoriety Rag - No. 1015 Sesqui-Centennial Exposition March, 1912-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1003: "Notoriety," Kathryn L. Widmer, arr. by J.C. McCabe (1913). No. 1004: "Grace and Beauty," James Scott (undated). No. 1005: "Good Gravy Rag," Harry Belding, arr. by Gus Guentzel (1913). No. 1006: "Hypnotic Rag," Ed Mahoney, arr. by W.K. Whiting (1912). No. 1007: "The Winter Garden Rag," Abe Oleman, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1913). No. 1008: "The Jag Rag," Arthur C. Morse, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913). No. 1009: "Tickle the Ivories," Wallie Herzer, arr. by J.C. McCabe (1913). No. 1010: "Fashion Rag," Charles Cohen, arr. by F.H. Losey (1912). No. 1011: "Me Melican Man," A.J. Weidt, arr. by R.E. Hildreth (1913). No. 1012: "Speed," Hugo Frey (undated); "In San Domingo," Ted Snyder, arr. by William Schulz (undated). No. 1014: "Cherie, I Love You," Lillian Rosedale Goodman, orch. by Charles N. Grant (1926). No. 1015: "Sesqui-Centennial Exposition March," John Philip Sousa (1926).
Folder 2: No.1016 The Gridiron Club March - No. 1026 Rufenreddy, 1920-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1016: "The Gridiron Club March," John Philip Sousa (1926). No. 1017: "The Black Horse Troop," John Philip Sousa (1925). No. 1018: "The National Game," John Philip Sousa (1925). No. 1019: "Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company," John Philip Sousa (1924). No. 1020: "Nobles of the Mystic Shrine," John Philip Sousa (1923). No. 1021: "The Gallant Seventh," John Philip Sousa (1922). No. 1023: "Comrades of the Legion," John Philip Sousa (1920). No. 1025: "The Far Away Bells," Westell Gordon, orch. by F.Henri Klickmann (1926). No. 1026: "Rufenreddy," Roy Bargy (1923).
Folder 3: No. 1027 Knice and Knifty - No. 1036 When You Were Sweet Sixteen, 1916-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1027: "Knice and Knifty," Roy Bargy (1923). No. 1028: "Pianoflage," Roy Bargy (1923). No 1029: "If I Knock the 'L' Out of Kelly," Bert Grant, arr. by William Schulz (1916). No. 1029: "Cinderella's Wedding," Charles Ancliffe, arr. by Adolf Lotter (1919). No. 1031: "Traesca Regele," composer unidentified (undated). No. 1032: "It's Time for Every Boy to be a Soldier," Harry Tierney, arr. by James C. McCabe (1917). [Note: Two items have No. 1032.] No. 1032: "Nancy Lee," composer unidentified (undated). No. 1033: "Lauterbach," composer unidentified (undated). [Note: Two items have No. 1033.]  No.1033: "If I Had a Son for Each Star in Old Glory," Dempsey and Burke, arr. by S. Danks (1917). No. 1036: "When You Were Sweet Sixteen," James Thornton (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 1038 That Haunting Waltz - No. 1055 Angela Mia, 1907-1928Add to your cart.
No. 1038: "That Haunting Waltz," Nat Goldstein, arr. by Charles Hazelrigg (1921). No. 1039: "Happy," Hugo Frey (1919). No. 1040: "The Get-Away," Hugo Frey (1925). No. 1041: "The Skyrocket," Hugo Frey (1925). No. 1042: "With the Wind," R. E. Hildreth (1908). No. 1043: "A High Stepper," Victor G. Boehnlein (1907). No. 1044: "Sawdust and Spangles," R. E. Hildreth (1914). No. 1045: "Oh, Mister," Hugo Frey, orch. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1055: "Angela Mia," Erno Rapee and Lew Pollack, arr. by Frank Skinner (1928).
Folder 2: No. 1071 The Handicap - No. 1083 La Cloche des Morts, 1917-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1071: "The Handicap," George Rosey (1921). No. 1072: "Devotion," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1921). No. 1073: "Le Moulin Hante," I. Snoek (1925). No. 1074: "By the Stream," Ernest Gillet (1926). No. 1077: "Whoop 'Em Up Blues," W. P. Barnett (1925). No. 1079: "You Don't Have to Come from Ireland to Be Irish," Bert Grant, arr. by William Schulz (1917). No. 1083: "La Cloche des Morts," J. Guy Ropartz, arr. by S. Chapelier (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1084 You Keep Sending 'Em Over and We'll Keep Knocking 'Em Down - No. 1097 Play Ball, 1908-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1084: "You Keep Sending 'Em Over and We'll Keep Knocking 'Em Down," Harry Ruby, arr. by Everett J. Evans (1918). No. 1085: "Dans La Montagne," Felix Fourdrain, arr. by Charles Delsaux (1908). No. 1091: "Songs of the Fatherland," Hans See, arr. by M. L. Lake (1915). No. 1092: "Brain Storm," Joe Sanders (1927). No. 1092: "Jolly Peter," M. Werner-Kersten, arr. by D. Onivas (1922). No. 1093: "Slue-Foot," Joe Saunders, arr. by Elmer Schoebel (1927). No. 1093: "The Little Soldier," F. Baumfelder, arr. by James C. McCabe (1927). No. 1095: "Softly! Unawares!," Paul Lincke (1909). No. 1097: "Play Ball," Mel B. Kaufman, orch. by Dave Kaplan (1926). Note: there are two items each with numbers 1092 and 1093.
Folder 4: No. 1098 Pins and Needles - No. 1111 Niagra, 1910-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1098: "Pins and Needles," Mel B. Kaufman, arr. by Leo A. Kempinski (1927). No. 1100: "Freshie," Jesse Greer, arr. by Hugo Frey (1925). No. 1100: "Colorado and You," Charles L. Johnson and Carson J. Robison (1922). No. 1101: "Korinthia," J. C. Knight (1920). No. 1102: "Wings," J. S. Zamecnik (1927). No. 1103: "Frat," John F. Barth (1910). No. 1104: "Polly," J. S. Zamecnik (1926). No. 1111: "Niagra," J. Franceschi (1927). Note: there are two items listed as number 1100.
Box 164Add to your cart.
Folder 1: No. 1113 Choo Choo Blues - No. 1122 Step On It, 1919-1928Add to your cart.
No. 1113: "Choo Choo Blues," Elmer Barr, arr. by William Creager (1922). No. 1113: "Chopin's Funeral March," Leo A. Kempinski (1927). No. 1114: "Strawberries," Mel. B. Kaufman, orch by Dave Kaplan (1926). No. 1116: "Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time," L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Nathaniel Shilkret (1928). No. 1116: "Destiny's Call," H. Maurice Jacquet, scored by Leo A. Kempinski (1927). No. 1118: "March of the Siamese," Paul Lincke, orch. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 1120: "Cheer Up," Mel. B. Kaufman, scored by Leo A. Kempinski (1927). No. 1121: "The Great White Way Blues," Phil Napoleon and Frank Signorelli, arr. by Charles M. Smith (1922). No. 1121: "Razz Berries," Frank E. Banta, arr. by Dave Daplan (1919). No. 1122: "Step On It," Mel. B. Kaufman, orch. by Dave Kaplan (1927). Note: There are two pieces each listed as number 1113, 1116, 1121.
Folder 2: No. 1123 Carnival Frolics - No. 1147 Gaudeamus igitur and Wanderschaft, 1923-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1123: "Carnival Frolics," Ruda Lakay (1927). No. 1125: "Lazy Bones," Leo Edwards, orch. by William C. Schoenfeld (1927). No. 1126: "Emancipation Day," Hugo Frey (undated). No. 1128: "Your Love is All," J. S. Zamecnik (1927). No. 1131: "A Bit O'Blarney," J. Fred Helf (undated). No. 1133: "Suspicions," Maurice Baron (1927). No. 1133: "Gulf Coast Blue," Clarence Williams, arr. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 1139: "I Love Me," Will Mahoney, arr. by Ted Eastwood (1923). No. 1140, "Olga," Ring-Hager, arr. by Justin Ring (1926). No. 1141: "Our Boys and Girls," Ring-Hager, arr. by Justin Ring (1926). No. 1144: "Joyful Hurry No. 1," Maurice Baron (1927). No. 1147: "Gaudeamus igitur" and "Wanderschaft" composer unidentified, arr. by P. A. Marquardt (undated). Note: There are two pieces listed as number 1133.
Folder 3: No. 1153 Desert Monotony - No. 1181 Intermezzo Giocoso, 1898-1928Add to your cart.
No. 1153: "Desert Monotony," Morris Aborn (1922). No. 1153: "Henpecked Blues, Jules Buffano (1923). No. 1154: "Fair Virginian," Herbert Bunning - Tobani (1897); "Flag of Victory," F. v. Blon - Tobani (1897). No. 1155: "Emmett's Lullaby," composer unidentified (undated). No. 1159: "The Sharpshooter," Nick Brown, arr. by Floyd J. St. Clair (1928). No. 1162: "The Viking," Nick Brown, arr. by Floyd J. St. Clair (1928). No. 1163: "Bambalina" from Wildflower, Vincent Youmans and Herbert Stothart, orch. by Leon Rosebrook (1923). No. 1173: "Humorous Escapade," Francis Delille, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1174: "Sons of New Zealand," Alex F. Lithgow, arr. by M. L. Lake (1920). No. 1175: "The Blarney Stone," Joseph Engleman (1910). No. 1176: "Our Favorite Regiment," D. Ertl, arr. by Theo. Moses - Tobani (1898); "Rakoczy," Czermak, arr. by Theo. Moses - Tobani (1898). No. 1178: "Animated Agitato," Sol P. Levy, orch. by Walter C. Schad (1927). No. 1179: "Spring Cleaning," James C. Bradford (1928). No. 1181: "Intermezzo Giocoso," C. A. Egener, arr. by Maurice Baron (1927). Note: There are two pieces each listed as number 1153.
Folder 4: No. 1182 Intermezzo - No. 1190 Thine Alone, 1916-1929Add to your cart.
No. 1182: "Intermezzo," F. Sudessi (1916). No. 1183: "Lassie," W. R. McLean (1917). No. 1185: "The Man Who Owns Broadway," George M. Cohan, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1919). No. 1187: "You're in Kentucky Sure as You're Born," George A. Little, Haven Gillespie, and Larry Shay, arr. by Arthur Lang (1923). No. 1187: "Dance of the Hours" from the Opera Gioconda, A. Ponchielli and Raymond Matthews, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1929). No. 1188: "When the Sun Goes Down," Arthur A. Penn, scored by George J. Trinkaus (1925). No. 1189: "The Dawn Brought Me Love and You," Richard Kountz, orch. by George J. Trinkaus (1928). No. 1190: "Thine Alone," Victor Herbert, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1929). Note: There are two pieces each listed as number 1187.
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Folder 1: No. 1220 Chansonette - No. 1343 West Indies Blues, 1923-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1220: "Chansonette," Rudolf Friml, orch. by Russell Bennett (1923). No. 1232: "Good Night," Leo Wood, Irving Bibo, and Con Conrad, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1923). No. 1247: "Indiana Moon," Benny Davis and Isham Jones, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (1923). No. 1248: "Wonderful One," Paul Whiteman and Ferdie Grofe, arr. by Frank E. Barry (1923). No. 1249: "Blue Grass Blues," Billy Meyer and Elmer Schoebel, arr. by Elmer Schoebel (1923). No. 1261: "Wolverine Blues," John Spikes, Benjamin Spikes, and Ferd Morton, arr. by Carleton L. Colby (1923). No. 1267: "Until Tomorrow," Al Hegbom, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1923). No. 1296: "Blue Evening Blues," Art Kahn and Vic Burton, arr. by Fred K. Huffer (1924). No. 1300: "Unfortunate Blues," Henry Winston and Fred Hamm, arr. by Fred K. Huffer (1924). No. 1312: "Mobile Blues," Fred Rose and Albert E. Short, arr. by Carleton Colby (1924). No. 1327: "Bagdad," Milton Ager (1924). No. 1343: "West Indies Blues," Edgar Dowell, Spencer Williams, and Clarence Williams, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1345 Carolina Blues - No. 1410 I Wonder What's Become of Sally, 1923-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1345: "Carolina Blues," Charlie Harrison, Doris Grant, and Jack Chapman, arr. by Alford-Colby (1924). No. 1352: "Worryin' Blues," Phil Spitalny and Stubby Gordon, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1924). No. 1360: "Superstitious Blues," Roy Turk, Charles Rosoff, and Jack Mason, arr. by Ted Eastwood (1924). No. 1361: "Go 'Long, Mule," Henry Creamer and Robert King, arr. by Mornay D. Helm (1924). No. 1369: "A New Kind of Man with a New Kind of Love for Me," Sidney Clare and Leon Flatow, arr. by Sophus Jergensen (1924). No. 1395: "On the Blue Lagoon," Rudolf Friml, orch. by Arthur Lange (1923). No. 1396: "When Lights Are Low," Gus Kahn, Ted Koehler, and Ted Fiorito, arr. by Harry L. Alford (1924); "Half Past Ten," Neil Moret (1923). No. 1404: "Nightingale," James Brookman, orch. by Lee Terry (1924). No. 1410: "I Wonder What's Become of Sally?," Milton Ager (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1424 Haunting Melody - No. 1565 I Wouldn't Be Crying Now, 1923-1929Add to your cart.
No. 1424: "Haunting Melody," Larry Spier and Larry Shloss, arr. by Arthur Lange (1924). No. 1432: "Andy Gump," Harold Dixon (1923). No. 1438: "All Alone," Irving Berlin, arr. by Ted Eastwood (1924). No. 1439: "Oh You Can't Fool an Old Hoss Fly," Blanche Franklyn, Nat Vincent, and Harry von Tilzer, arr. by Charles M. Smith (1924). No. 1455: "When You and I Were Seventeen," Gus Kahn and Chas Rosoff (1924). No. 1467: "You're Just a Flower from an Old Bouquet," Lucien Denni, arr. by Harry A. Powell (1924). No. 1473: "Get Lucky," Roy Bargy, arr. by Fred K. Huffer (1924). No. 1474: "Feedin' the Kitty," Roy Bargy, arr. by Fred K. Huffer (1924). No. 1476: "Weepin' the Blues," Fred Rose and Albert E. Short, arr. by Fred K. Huffer (1924). No. 1491: "Jericho," Richard Myers, orch. by Walter Paul (1929). No. 1520: "Marie from The Awakening," Irving Berlin, orch. by Kenn Sisson (1928). No. 1565: "I Wouldn't Be Crying Now (If It Wasn't for You)," Buddy Fields, Gene Rose, Harold Berg, and Herb Wiedoeft, arr. by William Schulz (1925); "Let It Rain, Let It Pour (I'll Be in Virginia in the Morning," Walter Donaldson, arr. by William Schulz (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1603 The Prisoner Song - No. 1693 Temptation Strut, 1925-1929Add to your cart.
No. 1603: "The Prisoner Song," Guy Massey, arr. by Arthur Lange (1925). No. 1608: "Clap Hands! Here Comes Charley!" Joseph Meyer, orch. by Arthur Lange (1925). No. 1616: "Thanks for the Buggy Ride," Jules Buffano (1925). No. 1665: "Am I Blue?" from Warner Bros. Vitaphone Production On With The Show, Grant Clarke and Harry Akst, arr. by Joseph Nussbaum (1929). No. 1675: "Singin in the Rain," Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed, orch. by Arthur Lange (1929). No. 1676: "Lonesome Little Doll," Rubey Cowan and Phil Boutelje, arr. by Samuel Grossman (1929). No. 1687: "Sevilla," Don Corder, words by Irving Kahal and Noel Wallace, orch. by Lee Terry (1926). No. 1693: "Temptation Strut" from The Great Temptations, Earl Lindsay and Maurie Rubens, orch. by Walter Paul (1926).
Folder 2: No. 1739 Truly I Do - No. 2200 When the Clock is Striking Twelve, 1925-1931Add to your cart.
No. 1739: "Truly I Do," Lester (L. P.) Palmer and Jess Williams, arr. by August H. Dietze (1925). No. 1758: "Because I Love You," Irving Berlin (1926). No. 1770: "Brotherly Love," Billy Meyers and Elmber Schoebel (1926). No. 1776: "Merry Mammas (Merry Wives of Windsor)," Nicolai (1926). No. 2200: "When the Clock is Striking Twelve," Edward Eliscu and Mabel Wayne, arr. by Howard Jackson (1931).
Folder 3: Childrens Games - Ou Fuir?, 1883-1927Add to your cart.
"Childrens Games," Emil Ascher (undated). "Danse Profane," Louis Ganne (1897). "Devant L'Abime," Charles Delsaux (1926). "The Dublin Rag," composer unidentified, arr. by Robert Recker. "High Jinks," Whidden and Cnrad, arr. by Robert Recker (1910). "Etna," J. Franceshi (1924). "N. Y. TH Orchestra: Series I," Carl Kerssen (1883). "N. Y. TH Orchestra: Series VIII," Carl Kerssen (undated). "Ou Fur?" Gabriel-Marie and Hans Ourdine (1927).
Sub-Series 3: Card CatalogAdd to your cart.
Catalog of titles within Series 10. Catalog is incomplete. Arranged alphabetically by title. Information usually includes: title, composer, Hunleth number, general description of mood of the music, key, time signature, publisher.
Box 167: A.B.C Photo Play Concert Edition - Hungary, UndatedAdd to your cart.
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