The collected songs : for voice and piano
|Format:||Music Score 1992|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 15 of 15 copies|
Contentsv. 1, 1906-1907. Don't you want a paper, dearie? (Newspaper song) ; Poker love (Card duet) ; Blue, blue! ; Bill's a liar ; I'm well known ; The subway express ; I've a little favor ; The little church around the corner ; Ballooning ; Katy was a business girl ; Never marry a girl with cold feet! ; I'd like to meet your father ; Mary McGee ; I've a million reasons
v. 2, 1908. Take care ; Won't you let me carry your parcel? ; There's something rather odd about Augustus ; Meet her with a taximeter (duet) ; I can't say you're the only one (duet) ; Frieda ; Dining out ; Aida McCluskie ; The gay Lothario ; I'd much rather stay at home ; Mrs. Cockatoo ; Nothing at all ; Sweetest girl, silly boy, I love you (piano duet) ; Vienna
v. 3, 1909-10. Suzette and her pet ; A boat sails on Wednesday (Hornpipe quintet) ; By the Blue Lagoon ; Frantzi ; Just good friends ; Not here! not here! ; Eight little girls ; I don't want you to be a sister to me ; Whistle when you're lonely
v. 4, 1911. De goblin's glide ; The Edinboro wriggle ; Fan me with a movement slow ; I want to sing in opera ; I'm a crazy daffodil ; I'm the human brush (that paints the crimson on Paree) ; Look over me, dearie ; Love is like a little rubber band (Hoop song) ; Love's charming art (The dove duet) ; My heart, I cannot give it to you ; Ta, ta, little girl ; In the valley of Montbijou ; There is a happy land (Tale of woe) ; There's a resting place for every girl (The sun chair song)
v. 5, 1912. Bygone days ; Call me Flo ; Don't turn my picture to the wall ; He must be nice to Mother ; Hoop-la-la, Papa! ; I'll be waiting 'neath your window ; I've taken such a fancy to you ; I wonder ; If you would only love me ; Let us build a little nest ; Mind the paint ; My peaches and cream ; Oh you beautiful spring ; The ragtime restaurant ; Since the days of Grandmama ; You're the only girl he loves ; Little golden maid
v. 6, 1913, part 1. Alone at last ; By the country stile ; Each pearl a thought ; I can't forget your eyes ; I know and she knows ; An Irish husband ; I've got money in the bank ; If we were on our honeymoon (Railway duet) ; Katy-did ; A little bit of silk ; Honeymoon Lane ; Come on over here ; A little thing like a kiss ; When three is company (Cupid song) ; A wifie of your own ; Will it all end in smoke?
v. 7, 1913-14. Look in her eyes ; My Otaheitee lady ; Take a step with me ; Bought and paid for (duet) ; The land of "Let's pretend" ; Love is like a violin ; Same sort of girl ; They didn't believe me ; Why don't they dance the polka? ; You never can tell ; You're here and I'm here
v. 8, 1915, part 1. Best sort of mother, best sort of child ; Can't you see I mean you ; I'd love to dance through life with you ; I've just been waiting for you ; A little love ; On the sands of Wah-ki-ki ; Sing Trovatore ; Society ; Some sort of somebody ; Those "come hither" eyes ; Two heads are better than one ; You know and I know
v. 9, 1915, part 2. Seven songs from "Very good Eddie." Babes in the woods ; I'd like to have a million in the bank ; If I find the girl ; I've got to dance ; Old boy neutral ; Thirteen collar ; Wedding bells are calling me ; Six songs from "Nobody home." Another little girl ; Any old night ; The Chaplin walk ; In Arcady ; The magic melody ; At that San Francisco fair
v. 10, 1916. Ten songs from "Have a heart." And I am all alone ; Have a heart ; Honeymoon Inn ; I'm so busy ; Napoleon ; Polly believed in preparedness ; The road that lies ; They all look alike ; You said something ; Daisy ; [Twelve songs]. Toodle oo ; Ain't it funny what a difference just a few drinks make ; Have a heart (Ziegfeld follies) ; My lady of the Nile ; When the lights are low ; If Mr. Ragtime ever gets into that war ; When you're in love, you'll know ; Old Bill Baker ; Nodding roses ; Old boy neutral (That's me, I love them all) ; Alone at last ; The triangle
v. 11, 1917, part 1. Leave it to Jane. I'm going to find a girl ; The crickets are calling ; It's a great big land ; Just you watch my step ; Leave it to Jane ; A peach of a life ; Poor prune ; Sir Galahad ; The siren's song ; The sun shines brighter ; There it is again ; What I'm longing to say ; Why? ; Love o' Mike. I wonder why ; It wasn't my fault ; The baby vampire ; Don't tempt me ; Simple little tune
v. 12, 1917, part 2. Ten songs from "Oh boy!" We're going to be pals ; Rolled into one ; A package of seeds ; Every day ; Ain't it a grand and glorious feeling ; Be a little sunbeam ; Nesting time in Flatbush ; An old fashioned wife ; Till the clouds roll by ; You never knew about me ; Seven songs from "Miss 1917." We're crooks ; Go little boat ; I'm the old man in the moon ; Land where the good songs go ; Peaches ; The picture I want to see ; Tell me all your troubles, cutie ; The Riviera girl. The bungalow in Quoque ; Ziegfeld follies of 1917. Just because you're you
v. 13, 1918, part 1. Eight songs from "Head over heels." All the world is swaying ; Head over heels ; Mitzi's lullaby ; I was lonely ; Let us build a little nest ; Funny little something ; Moments of the dance ; The big show ; Nine songs from "Toot, toot." If ; Every girl in all America ; Honeymoon land ; Let's go ; Girlie ; When you wake up dancing ; I will knit a suit o' dreams ; If you only care enough ; Teepee
v. 14, 1918, part 2. Fourteen songs from "Oh lady! lady!" Before I met you ; The sun starts to shine again ; Some little girl ; Dear old prison days ; It's a hard, hard world ; You found me and I found you ; When the ships come home ; Greenwich Village ; Wheatless day ; Moon song ; Our little nest ; Oh lady! lady! ; Not yet ; Bill
v. 15, 1918, part 3. Eleven songs from Rock-a-bye baby. My boy ; Not you ; Lullaby ; I never thought ; One, two, three ; The kettle song ; Little tune, go away ; The big spring drive ; Nursery fanfare ; There's no better use for time than kissing ; I believed all they said ; The canary. Take a chance
v. 16, 1919. Six songs from Zip goes a million. Forget-me-not ; You tell' em ; Whippoorwill ; The language of love ; Telephone girls ; A man around the house.
Popular music -- 1911-1920.
Musicals -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
Revues -- Excerpts -- Vocal scores with piano.
|Publisher|| Boca Raton, Fla. :Masters Music Publications,1992
|Other Titles|| Musicals.
Popular songs, in part from musicals and revues.
1 score (16 volumes) ; 31 cm.