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Show songs, from 'The black crook' to 'The red mill' : original sheet music for 60 songs from 50 shows, 1866-1906

by Appelbaum, Stanley.

Format: Print Book 1974
Availability: Available at 1 Library 2 of 2 copies
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Contents
You naughty, naughty men
Thinking, love of thee
Lullaby
The Mulligan guard
Babies on our block
All on account of Eliza
The widow Nolan's goat
Paddy Duffy's cart
Remember boy, you're Irish
Love comes like a summer sigh
Lullaby (from Ermine)
Maggie Murphy's home
A pretty girl
Ask the man in the moon
Song of the brown October ale
Molly O
Push dem clouds away
Old before his time!
May Irwin's "Bully" song
El Capitan's song
The amorous goldfish
The jewel of Asia
Mister Johnson
She is the belle of New York
The purity brigade
Little birdie's learning how to fly
Soldiers in the park
Always do as people say you should
Romany life
The belle of Murray Hill
Sweet Annie Moore
Ma blushin' Rosie
The shade of the palm
I want to be a military man
Song of the strollers
The maiden with the dreamy eyes
Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man
Mister Dooley
Come down ma evenin' star
I'm a Jonah man
Sammy
Hurrah for Baffin's Bay!
Heidelberg
The message of the violet
By the sycamore tree
I can't do the sum
Ain't it funny what a difference just a few hours make
The ghost that never walked
Life's a funny proposition after all
The tale of the turtle dove
Absinthe frappeĢ
Tammany
A good cigar is a smoke
How'd you like to spoon with me?
Moon dear
I want what I want when I want it
So long Mary
Ethel Levey's Virginia song
The isle of our dreams
Every day is ladies day with me

Additional Information
Subjects Musicals -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Popular music -- To 1901.
Popular music -- 1901-1910.
Publisher New York :Dover Publications,1974
Language English
Notes For voice and piano.
Reproduced from copies in the collections of W.L. Keepers.
Description li, 279 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm
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