Call Number (LC) Title Results
MUSICPOP 1900-H The climax : two step /
Rag-time chimes : characteristic two step /
X-n-tric : two-step characteristic /
The Missouri rag /
Rag-time intermezzo : a syncopated symphony /
Rags and tatters : march and two step /
The real Peruvian : a very catchy cake walk and two step /
Tennessee tantalizer : a ragtime tickler /
Possum and taters : a ragtime feast /
Hunky-dory : characteristic cake walk, march & two step /
Listen 2 this! : cosmopolitan characteristic /
I'm certainly living a rag-time life /
Whittling Remus : a ragtime march /
You'll have to hurry : a ragtime spasm cake walk for piano /
Jingo! : the latest and best march in rag time /
Come along to Santa Monica : song and chorus /
Black Venus : two-step /
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MUSICPOP 1900-H Online I'm certainly living a rag-time life
X-n-tric two-step characteristic /
The climax two step /
Black Venus two-step /
Come along to Santa Monica song and chorus /
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MUSICPOP 1900-K For old times sake /
All the coons is jealous of me /
Adios trigueña : cancion Mexicana /
Possum and taters : a ragtime feast /
I'm certainly living a rag-time life /
The mick that sent the pick /
Ma tiger lily /
My own wild western rose /
Es un golfo! : tango Argentino /
Flores de Primavera : vals para piano /
Every day's a wedding day : a darktown tragedy /
The garbage can blues /
The Honeymoon = La luna de miel : polka /
She's an all-right girl.
It's the man behind the gun who does the work : give the credit where it belongs /
Bid me goodbye.
Salamanca : shottishe /
Drifting : Palm Beach waltzes /
Then you'll remember me : ballad /
Valse bleue /
My Lus Anglus town : novelty fox trot /
Nord-Express /
Ale Ne! : polka /
The colored major : characteristic march & two step /
My charcoal charmer /
Ang maya = Las mayas : vals de la zarzuela /
O Susanna! : wie ist das Leben doch so schön : humoristischer Rheinländer /
Strauss-Album.
One of these days /
Adios : danza /
Down by the old oak tree /
Cobre-me, cobre-me : da revista Acalmącão /
An der schönen blauen Donau = On the beautiful blue Danube : waltz : op. 314 /
Bamboo dance : a Filipino folk song /
Die süssen kleinen Mägdelein /
I wish I was in Dixie land tonight /
Coon! coon! coon! /
Oh! oh! Miss Phoebe /
Mah butterfly : darkey love song & refrain /
My drowsy babe /
There's no home like the old home : song /
My little jungle queen : a Congo love song /
Briton's jubilee.
Clang of the wooden shoon.
Tell me, will my dream come true?
Purity brigade.
Shade of the palm.
Poor little japanese doll.
Star of my life.
Don't make a noise.
Everybody loves you.
I'm waiting for Santa Claus /
It's just because I love you so /
O wah hoo! : a war whoop from the wild and wooly West /
If you love your baby, make googoo eyes, or, The game of googoo eyes /
Nobody ever brings presents to me /
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MUSICPOP 1900-K Online My own wild western rose
Possum and taters a ragtime feast /
Coon! coon! coon!
If you love your baby, make googoo eyes, or, The game of googoo eyes
The colored major characteristic march & two step /
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MUSICPOP 1900-SM Sunset : op. 76, no. 4 /
I want to be a military man : Donegal and chorus /
Good night : for two voices /
A song of thanksgiving /
She is my Ohio girl /
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MUSICPOP 1900-SM Online I want to be a military man Donegal and chorus /
Good night for two voices /
A song of thanksgiving
She is my Ohio girl
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MUSICPOP 1900 Online Colorado queen of the west.
Colorado the land of the sun
Out in Denver
Aint you my Lulu! song and chorus /
The Board of Brokers Association march
The buffalo
The latch string is always hanging out for you
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MUSICPOP 1901 Rose of Kenmare.
By the rippling Schuylkill's shore.
O lovely night!
Toreadora.
Crossing the bar.
Gloria.
For she's the mother of my darling.
For you.
Maidie come be my lady.
Maybe.
That sweet story of old.
Where the silv'ry Colorado wends its way /
My castle on the Nile /
Creole belles : song /
The mountains' fairest flower /
If I but knew.
Just a-wearyin' for you.
Forged by the glitter of gold /
Clidee-oh : song and chorus /
O dry those tears.
Beautiful isle of somewhere /
Cradle song = (Wiegenlied) : op. 49, no. 4 /
Fiddle and I.
Hello Central, give me heaven /
Just awearyin' for you : from Seven songs, as unpretentious as the wild rose /
Vision of paradise.
Araminta.
As it was written.
Asleep in the deep.
At the making of the hay.
God is love.
Darling.
Fairy lough.
Farewell at morn.
I heard the voice of angels.
My Caroline.
My dusky queen, good night.
If.
In disguise.
In the valley of Kentucky.
Kingdom by the sea.
Maudie /
My Honolulu queen.
Rose with a broken stem.
She's mine, all mine.
When god puts out the light.
Mighty lak' a rose.
Ireland I love you.
Until God's day.
When lovers prove unkind.
She's the real thing my baby.
There's nobody just like you.
Voo-doo man.
Beneath thy window.
I love you truly.
She's getting mo' like the white folks every day.
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MUSICPOP 1901-CP On the grand Ohio River /
Treasures that gold cannot buy /
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MUSICPOP 1901-CP Online Treasures that gold cannot buy
On the grand Ohio River
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MUSICPOP 1901-D W'hoa Bill : a country characteristic for piano /
My castle on the Nile /
Creole belles : song /
Give me rag, rag, rag : a warm coon song /
Good bye, booze! : a coon temperance ditty /
I got mine : coon song /
I just want to go back and start the whole thing over /
If I but knew /
Down among the pines /
Down in the deep, let me sleep when I die /
I don't want to be no actor man no mo' /
Calling to her boy just once again /
Come out, Dinah, on the green : darkey serenade /
I'm a respectable workin' girl /
All that glitters is not gold /
Any old place I can hang my hat is home sweet home to me : comic song /
I'm goin' to live anyhow, 'till I die /
Ain't dat a shame /
My Evaline : darkey love song /
Nobody's lookin' but de owl an' de moon /
Forgiven /
For I love you : a pathetic little doll song /
Only a withered boquet /
The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world /
Don't wear your heart on your sleeve /
The daisy and the butterfly /
The Honeysuckle and the bee /
An educated coon is best of all /
I'll be with you when the roses bloom again /
Everybody has a whistle like me /
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MUSICPOP 1901-D Online Give me rag, rag, rag a warm coon song /
Ain't dat a shame
Good bye, booze! a coon temperance ditty /
At an Alabama corn shuckin' a characteristic two-step march or cake walk /
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MUSICPOP 1901-H Clorinda : march two step (characteristic) /
Cotton bolls : two step /
Rag-time nightmare : march and two-step /
Mama, make Cinda 'haive herself : rag-medley /
Manhattan rag /
Queen of love : two step /
Smiling Remus : ragtime two step and cake walk /
Smoky topaz : march & two step /
Sunflower slow drag : a ragtime two-step /
Syncopated rags : an original cake-walk /
A rag-time drummer : march & cake-walk /
Peaceful Henry : a slow drag /
Creole belles : march-two-step /
The easy winners : a ragtime two step /
Two merry tramps : (the "hobo" two-step) /
Jagtime Johnson's ragtime march : characteristic two-step /
Peacherine rag /
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MUSICPOP 1901-H Online Rag-time nightmare march and two-step /
The easy winners a ragtime two step /
Manhattan rag
Cotton bolls two step /
Clorinda march two step (characteristic) /
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MUSICPOP 1901-I Kwang-su : a Chinese two-step /
My rosary /
A trip to the rockies : march and two-step /
Where the silv'ry Colorado wends its way /
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MUSICPOP 1901-I Online Kwang-su a Chinese two-step /
My rosary
A trip to the rockies march and two-step /
Where the silv'ry Colorado wends its way
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MUSICPOP 1901-K At the bottom of the hill /
My whip-poor-will /
Rag-time nightmare : march and two-step /
The Mobile prance : characteristic march & two step /
Creole belles : march-two-step /
Amoureuse.
Ha-le ha-lo.
My lady Hottentot /
Come out, Dinah, on the green : darkey serenade /
My Yokohama lady /
It's all right Mayme /
Ain't dat a shame /
Clean up babe /
Close your dreamy eyes for Mammy Lou : a plantation lullaby /
Fare thee, honey, fare thee well /
In the valley of Kentucky.
The maiden with the dreamy eyes /
Everybody has a whistle like me /
Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man /
Song of the strollers /
Asthore : song : piano acc. /
A lesson in flirtation /
Menagerie song.
My heart is singing.
Actions speak louder than words.
Banjo serenade.
'Twas her first /
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MUSICPOP 1901-K Online Fare thee, honey, fare thee well
Everybody has a whistle like me
The Mobile prance characteristic march & two step /
Creole belles march-two-step /
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MUSICPOP 1901-SM 'Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all /
Mighty lak' a rose /
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MUSICPOP 1901-SM Online 'Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all
Mighty lak' a rose
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