The songs of Irving Berlin : for voice and piano
|Format:||Music Score 1980|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 14 of 14 copies|
Contentsv. 1, 1909-1910. Sadie Salome (Go home). I didn't go home at all. Dorando. Yiddle, on your fiddle, play some ragtime. Yiddisha eyes. That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune. Call me up some rainy afternoon. Before I go and marry, I will have a talk with you. Draggy rag. I just came back to say goodbye. Innocent Bessie Brown. Try it on your piano. Just like the rose. Someone's waiting for me (We'll wait, wait, wait). Stop, stop, stop (Come over and love me some more)
v. 2, 1911. Alexander's ragtime band. Dat's-a my gal. Dog gone that chilly man. Ephrahim played upon the piano. Everybody's doing it now. How do you do it, Mabel, on twenty dollars a week? Kiss me my honey, kiss me. Ragtime violin. Run home and tell your mother. When I'm alone I'm lonesome. When it rains, sweetheart, when it rains. When you kiss an Italian girl. When you're in town. Woodman, woodman, spare that tree! Yiddisha nightingale. You've got me hypnotized
v. 3, 1912. Alexander's bag-pipe band. Antonio. At the devil's ball. Becky's got a job in a musical show. Call again! Come back to me, my melody. Do it again. Down in my heart. The elevator man (Going up, going up, going up, going up!). Fiddle-dee-dee. Follow me around. Goody, goody, goody, goody, good. I'm afraid, pretty maid, I'm afraid
v. 4, 1912. If all the girls I knew were like you. Keep away from the fellow who owns an automobile. Lead me to that beautiful band. A little bit of everything. My sweet Italian man. Pick, pick, pick, pick on the mandolin, Antonio. The ragtime jockey man. Ragtime soldier man. Spring and fall. That mysterious rag. Society bear. That's how I love you. A true born soldier man.
v. 5, 1913.
v. 6, 1913. Keep on walking. The old maids ball. San Francisco bound. Snookey ookums. Some one is coming to my house. Take me back. The international rag. There's a girl in Arizona. They've got me doin' it now. We have much to be thankful for. You picked a bad day out to say goodbye. You've got your mother's big blue eyes!
v. , 1914 [part 1]. Along came Ruth. Always treat her like a baby. Furnishing a home for two. God gave you to me. The haunted house. He's a devil in his own home town. He's a rag picker. I love to quarrel with you. I want to go back to Michigan. If I had you. If that's your idea of a wonderful time. If you don't want my peaches. It isn't what he said, but the way he said it! Simple melody. The syncopated walk. That's my idea of paradise. They're on their way to Mexico. This is the life.
v. 8, 1914, part 2. Thirteen songs from Watch your step. Come to the land of the Argentine. I hate you. I love to have the boys around me. Let's go around the town. Lock me in your harem and throw away the key. The minstrel parade. Move over. Settle down in a one horse town. Show us how to do the fox trot. They always follow me around. What is love. When I discovered you. When it's night time in Dixie Land
v. 9, 1915, part 1. Araby. Cohen owes me ninety-seven dollars. Homeward bound. I beg your pardon, dear old Broadway. I love to stay at home. I'm going back to the farm. Lead me to love. My bird of paradise. Si's been drinking cider. When I leave the world behind. When you're down in Louisville. Watch your step
v. 10, 1915, part 2. And father wanted me to learn a trade. Blow your horn. Everything in America is ragtime. The girl on the magazine. I love a piano. The law must be obeyed. Sailor song. Stop! Look! Listen! Take off a little bit. Teach me how to love. The hula hula. Until I fell in love with you. When I get back to the U.S.A. When I'm out with you
v. 11, 1916-1917. I'm down in Honolulu looking them over. I've got a sweet tooth bothering me. When the black sheep returns to the fold. For your country and my country. From here to Shanghai. How can I forget. I'll take you back to Italy. It takes an Irishman to make love. Let's all be Americans now. Mr. Jazz, himself. My sweetie. Poor little rich girl's dog. The road that leads to love. Smile and show your dimple. Someone else may be there while I'm gone. There are two eyes in Dixie. Wasn't it yesterday? Whose little heart are you breaking now?
v. 12, 1918. Eight songs from Yip-yap-yaphank. Send a lot of jazz bands over there ; Oh! How I hate to get up in the morning ; Kitchen police ; I can always find a little sunshine in the Y.M.C.A. ; Ding dong ; Dream on, little soldier boy ; Bevo ; We're on our way to France. Three songs from The canary. I wouldn't give "that" for the man who couldn't dance ; It's the little bit of Irish ; I have just one heart for just one boy. Everything. The circus is coming to town ; Come along to Toy Town. Cohan review of 1918. Down where the jack o' lanterns grow ; Polly, pretty Polly. I'm gonna pin my medal on the girl I left behind. The devil has bought up all the coal. They were all out of step but Jim. Going up. When the curtain falls. Annette Kellermann's big show. Over the sea, boys. Hitchy-koo of 1918. Good-bye, France. Ziegfeld follies of 1918. The blue devils of France
v. 13, 1919. Bells. Everything is rosy now for Rosie. Eyes of youth. The hand that rocked the cradle rules my heart. Harem life. I'd rather see a minstrel show. I lost my heart in Dixieland. I'm the guy who guards the harem. I never knew. I've got my captain working for me now. Look out for the Bolsheviki man. Mandy. My tambourine girl. Nobody knows. A pretty girl is like a melody. A syncopated cocktail. That revolutionary rag. Was there ever a pal like you
v. 14, 1919-1921. After you get what you want, you don't want it. Beautiful faces. Everybody step. I'll see you in C-U-B-A. A pretty girl is like a melody. Ka-lu-a. Tell me, little gypsy. They call it dancing. Say it with music. Lindy. I left my door open and my daddy walked out.
|Publisher|| Miami Lakes, Fla. :Masters Music Publications,1980
|Other Titles|| Songs.
1 score (volumes <1-14>) ; 31 cm.