Call Number (LC) Title Results
MUSICPOP 1906-H Tangle foot rag /
Sweet potatoes : a ragtime march /
Snow ball : ragtime march /
Cazador : a rag time two step /
The darkies Mardi Gras : a ragtime march and two step /
May Irwin's rag time dance : (two-step oddity) /
Made in Germany : popular German melodies /
Micky Finn : characteristic two-step /
The watermelon trust : a slow drag /
Southern sneeze : rag-time two-step /
Sly Sal : a slow drag /
Soapsuds : march two-step characteristic /
Tatters : characteristic march two step /
Sleepy Lou : a raggy two step /
Home, sweet home and Annie Laurie : rag arrangement /
Antoinette : march and two-step /
Bouncing Betty : novelty two-step /
Bric-a-brac rag /
Cole smoak /
Doll rags /
Lauterbach : ragtime twostep /
Frog legs rag /
Kinklets : a ragtime two step /
Noodles : (German rag) /
Songs of the rag time boy /
The burning of Frisco town /
The Pacific Electric Trolley waltz /
Does this railroad lead to heaven /
Chuckles : two step /
Ida-ho! /
Manhattan rag /
Dixie queen : a southern rag time /
Jack Frost : rag-time two step /
Klinkers : characteristic march & two-step /
Dixie blossoms : two-step /
Chestnuts /
Holy Moses /
Pretzel Pete /
Dill pickles : a new rag /
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MUSICPOP 1906-H Online The darkies Mardi Gras a ragtime march and two step /
Home, sweet home and Annie Laurie rag arrangement /
Antoinette march and two-step /
Chuckles two step /
Dixie blossoms two-step /
Dixie queen a southern rag time /
Doll rags
Bouncing Betty novelty two-step /
Bric-a-brac rag
May Irwin's rag time dance (two-step oddity) /
Lauterbach ragtime twostep /
Dill pickles a new rag /
Chestnuts
Cole smoak
Cazador a rag time two step /
The Pacific Electric Trolley waltz
The burning of Frisco town
Does this railroad lead to heaven
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MUSICPOP 1906-I To a lonely floweret /
Back among the clover and the bees /
The homeland of the soul : sacred song /
Blue bells of Scotland : transcription /
Dreaming on the silv'ry Rio Grande /
The hurdler : march and two step /
Annie Laurie : transcription /
Morning prayer /
Preludietto /
Seeing Denver /
The girl you love : song /
California, that's the place for you, old man, for you /
The mermaid's song : an idyl for the piano /
Sasarida : intermezzo mexicana /
Coasting : waltz song /
Invocation : veni Creator Spiritus /
Old Rockies cradle song /
Cradle song of Bethlehem /
Easter song /
When the blue bells bloom again.
Rosemary : a flower song /
The sultana intermezzo : an oriental dream /
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MUSICPOP 1906-I Online Coasting waltz song /
Cradle song of Bethlehem
Dreaming on the silv'ry Rio Grande
Easter song
The girl you love song /
The homeland of the soul sacred song /
The hurdler march and two step /
Invocation veni Creator Spiritus /
The mermaid's song an idyl for the piano /
Morning prayer
Old Rockies cradle song
Preludietto
What 49 could do song /
Sasarida intermezzo mexicana /
Annie Laurie transcription /
Back among the clover and the bees
California, that's the place for you, old man, for you
Rosemary a flower song /
Seeing Denver
The sultana intermezzo an oriental dream /
To a lonely floweret
Blue bells of Scotland transcription /
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MUSICPOP 1906-K Norma darling /
You're a grand old flag.
The town at the end of the line /
Ida-Ho! /
Farewell Killarney /
If I only had a home sweet home /
Sam's laugh : characteristic march and two-step /
Home sweet home sounds good to me /
I don't like a search-light /
Popularity : march and two step /
The San Francisco earthquake : descriptive ballad /
My Irish Rosie.
Love's happiness.
Poor John!
When you're away.
Love me, and the world is mine.
Alice where art thou going /
I could learn to love a soldier /
In the meadow : near the Susquehanna shore /
The early bird catches the worm /
Fare thee well my old Kentucky /
Float me Charlie /
Good night beloved good night : a serenade /
How'd you like to like a girl like me? /
In the springtime when the roses bloom again /
If I had you /
In a chimney corner : on a winter's night /
It was persuasion /
I guess that's going some /
Georgianna /
I'm getting ready for my mother-in-law /
Keep on loving me! /
In a little house that's built for two /
Lucinda lonely /
I have waited for a long, long while /
Acushla /
Alamo /
All in down and out : sorry I ain't got it, you could get it, if I had it /
I'm going right back to Chicago /
I'll let you chew my chewing gum /
Land of golden dreams /
Red roses : waltz : op. 156, no. 4 /
Ida-ho! /
Bird on Nellie's hat.
Georgiana Dunn /
The old New England homestead on the hill /
Pawnee : song /
Napanee : a song founded on actual facts /
Let me be your honey bee! /
Lonesome little maid /
Lucinda Lee /
Lyla! /
By the light of the honeymoon, or kiss me and say you'll miss me /
My lass from the land of the shamrock /
Mammy's little curly head /
My little Dutch colleen /
One of the boys /
Nora, my Irish rose /
Nothing like that in our family /
My own beloved /
My U.S.A. girl /
The rose and the violet /
Down in the caverns /
Matrimony /
Canoeing in the park /
Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si Do /
May I call on you? /
Maryland my Maryland /
Crocodile isle /
Would you leave your happy home for me /
When your money's all gone /
You've got to be American to feel that way /
When Tommy Atkins marries Dolly Gray /
The songs of the rag time boy /
Milo : march and two step /
Minerva : a South American romance /
The same old game : song /
Without a wedding ring /
Manhattan rag /
Anchors aweigh : song of the Navy.
My Mariuccia : take a steamboat.
He's a cousin of mine /
Don't you mind it, honey.
How many girls have you told that to? /
Won't you come over to my house.
Not because your hair is curly.
A friend of mine told a friend of mine /
Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly? /
Colleen Bawn /
My Irish Rosie /
Tesoro mio : valzer, op. 228 /
Lonely /
The great beyond /
Somebody loves somebody.
As we parted at the gate.
Clover blossoms.
When you know you're not forgotten, by the girl you can't forget.
Somewhere /
It's lonesome tonight.
In southern California far, far, away.
Kiver up yo' head, my little lady.
Where the weeping willow shades the mossy land /
The bird on Nellie's hat /
Sweet Mary of Tralee /
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MUSICPOP 1906-K Online He's a cousin of mine
Ida-Ho!
A friend of mine told a friend of mine
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MUSICPOP 1906-SM Day dreams /
Dreaming : serenade /
Joy of the morning : Song with piano accompaniment /
The cross /
The dancers : Song for soprano [Op. 12. No. 2.] /
Love, I have won you : summer /
Arrah Wanna : an Irish Indian matrimonial venture /
Somewhere /
Where thou canst rest, or, Ah! love me, but love me well /
Napanee : a song founded on actual facts /
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MUSICPOP 1906-SM Online Where thou canst rest, or, Ah! love me, but love me well
Napanee a song founded on actual facts /
Day dreams
Dreaming serenade /
The dancers Song for soprano [Op. 12. No. 2.] /
Love, I have won you summer /
Joy of the morning Song with piano accompaniment /
The cross
Arrah Wanna an Irish Indian matrimonial venture /
Somewhere
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MUSICPOP 1906 Online Home sweet home sounds good to me
Going, going, gone
Old Pike's Peak
The starlight of my Colorado home
Floating along romanza, two-step /
When the columbine's in blossom Bessie dear
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MUSICPOP 1907 Primavera.
See saw.
Spirit of God.
Rain-coach.
Sunlight.
Before thy throne.
Clang of the hammer.
Lily and the sunbeam.
Red wing : an Indian fable /
That's what the rose said to me.
Weep you no more.
Drum major.
Dedication.
Jilia.
Just some one.
Life.
I am thy harp.
Love's quarrel.
Down in the old cherry orchard.
Colorado /
Sweetheart days.
The Buxton slow drag : a snail serenade /
Blossom : intermezzo two-step /
Peine d'amour.
Night and day : mezzo soprano /
In the land of the buffalo /
San Antonio /
A girl like you would do for a boy like me to woo /
Honey boy /
Spring song /
Rose in the bud.
Crying of water.
In monkey land /
Wait 'till the rose leaves fall.
Wal, I swan!
Poppies.
Waltz me 'till I'm dreamy.
'Neath the old acorn tree, sweet Estelle.
The flowers outside the café /
His lullaby /
I sing as I sail with the rollicking gale.
Let me hear the band play.
My dear.
School days : when we were a couple of kids /
Tommy, lad!
When the swallows northward fly, Sweet Eleanor.
When the winter days are over.
Won't somebody be my mamma.
Yesterday.
Forever sweetheart.
Garden romance.
Glow-worm.
Hearts and flowers.
Disappointment.
I used to believe in fairies.
I wish I had a girl.
My love loves me today.
My Virginia.
Nearer my God to thee.
Pride of the prairie.
I'll see you later, dearie.
I'm afraid to come home in the dark.
I'm looking for the man that wrote 'The merry widow waltz'
I'm tying the leaves so they won't come down.
If the new love is a true love.
Illinois loyalty song.
Sea.
Rose-time morning.
Birth of morn.
Birth of the rainbow.
There's another picture in my mamma's frame.
On the road to Mandalay.
Longing.
He never even said good bye /
When the moon plays peek-a-boo.
Why did you break my heart?
She was a grand old lady.
Totem pole.
Won't you waltz "home sweet home" with me for old time's sake.
Down where the Missouri gently flows.
Ecstasy.
Fleeting years.
Pastorale Louis XVI.
Brother Noah gave out checks for rain.
Goodbye Mamie.
Bird songs.
And Then Say Adieu.
Silver threads among the gold.
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MUSICPOP 1907-D The glow-worm : song /
Carbarlick acid rag /
Dill pickles : two step /
Fluffy ruffles : march and two-step /
Dixie Dan /
Get happy /
Dixie darlings : two step /
I'd rather two step than waltz, Bill /
The meanest man in town /
In dear old Colorado where the hills caress the skies /
If I'm going to die, I'm going to have some fun /
If we knew what the milkman knows /
Could you learn to love a little girl like me? /
When it's moonlight, Mary darling, 'neath the old grape arbor shade /
Broncho buster /
Bob me up and down Bob /
I'm happy when the band plays Dixie : (march song) /
Angels bring my mother back to me /
Captain baby bunting : of the Rocking-horse Brigade /
Caroline /
Bye bye my Caroline /
Budweiser's a friend of mine /
Captain Willie Brown /
I've a million reasons /
San Antonio /
Sacramento /
Come back to old Manhattan, dearie /
Just because I loved you so /
Monkey land /
The police won't let Mariuch-a dance : unless she move da feet /
Ta ta, au revoir : choo! choo! I'm going to /
Tiddley-om-pom : a Spanish burlesque /
Gee, ain't I glad I'm home /
When the moon plays peek-a-boo with you /
A girl like you would do for a boy like me to woo /
I'd like to meet your father /
I'd live or I would die for you : song /
He goes to church on Sunday /
Don't be so angry /
Don't worry : it may not all be true /
Everybody's pickin' on me /
Every little bit added to what you've got makes just a little bit more /
Dolly dear /
Be good : (if you can't be good be careful) /
I have a longing for Long Acre Square /
And a little bit more /
I can't think of anything else but you /
I'd like to call on you /
I'd rather be a lobster than a wise guy /
I'm jealous of you /
The hymns of the old church choir /
Honey boy /
Honest injun : I love you /
How'd you like to be my wife /
Does it pay? /
He never even said good bye /
Heart of my heart /
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MUSICPOP 1907-D Online Get happy
Dill pickles two step /
Dixie Dan
Dixie darlings two step /
Carbarlick acid rag
Fluffy ruffles march and two-step /
Sacramento
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MUSICPOP 1907-H The brownie rag /
Dat lovin' rag /
Dill pickles : two step /
Father Knickerbocker : a New York rag /
Four little blackberries : schottische /
Cotton : march and two-step : (a Southern breakdown) /
Daffy-down-dilly : characteristic march two-step /
The devil : red hot rag /
Icycles : rag-two-step /
Rose leaf rag : a ragtime two-step /
Watermelon club : characteristic march and two-step /
Heliotrope boquet [i.e., bouquet] /
Tom boy : rag, march & two-step /
Search-light rag : a syncopated march and two step /
Mississippi smilax : characteristic two-step /
Missouri rag : march & two step /
Raggity-rag : march & two step /
Red peppers : two-step /
Sleepy Sidney : rag time two step /
Spuds : novelty march and two step /
The stinging bee : characteristic : a-real-rag-time-two-step /
Southern snowballs : rag two step /
The sunset : two step /
Turkish trophies : an oriental rag /
The smiler : rag two step /
The smiler /
Sweet pickles : characteristic two-step /
Sweetmeats : rag-two-step /
Pickles and peppers : a rag oddity, march and two-step /
Hoosier rag : march two step /
All the candy : novelty two step /
Brain-storm rag /
The Buxton slow drag : a snail serenade /
Clover leaf rag /
Cold feet rag /
Collars and cuffs /
Fun Bob /
Hip hip hurrah : march two step /
Jolly jingles : characteristic march two-step /
Kansas City rag /
Lemons : a rag /
Louisiana /
Dixie darlings : two step /
Washington pie : a ragtime piece /
Jingo : the latest and best march in rag time /
The glad rag : a genuine rag time two step /
Glad rags /
Gladiolus rag /
In dear old Colorado where the hills caress the skies /
Back to Market Street /
On the road called Santa Fe /
Glorious Southern California /
San Antonio /
Colorado : a song of the mountains /
A rag-time joke : march & two-step /
Ragtime eyes /
That rag /
Going some : two-step /
Sweetness : rag-two-step /
The blue jay rag /
Old Virginia rag : march and two-step /
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MUSICPOP 1907-H Online On the road called Santa Fe
All the candy novelty two step /
Dat lovin' rag
Watermelon club characteristic march and two-step /
The brownie rag
Cotton march and two-step : (a Southern breakdown) /
Four little blackberries schottische /
Father Knickerbocker a New York rag /
Gladiolus rag
The blue jay rag
Brain-storm rag
The Buxton slow drag a snail serenade /
Lemons a rag /
Missouri rag march & two step /
Fun Bob
The glad rag a genuine rag time two step /
Going some two-step /
Clover leaf rag
Cold feet rag
Daffy-down-dilly characteristic march two-step /
The devil red hot rag /
Collars and cuffs
Back to Market Street
Glorious Southern California
Glad rags
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MUSICPOP 1907-I The thunderbolt : forward march [based on] Siegfried, Die Walkuere and Gotterdammerung [of] Richard Wagner /
The wild rose : intermezzo /
As night brings out the stars : song /
1-2-3 : Song of the little dancing master /
City of lights (Denver) : march-two-step /
Cupids' frolic waltzes /
Nymphs o' the mist : an ocean idyl, op. 1, no. 1 /
Pocatello : a military intermezzo /
The tunnel waltz /
When I was a child : polka semplice : op. 1, no. 2 /
Formanian march /
My dear old western home among the hills : song /
My sweetheart Lou /
Once in a while /
Woodland : slumber song /
That little sunny southern girl of mine /
Dream life : waltzes /
The Morning Times triumphal : march and two-step /
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MUSICPOP 1907-I Online My dear old western home among the hills song /
Cupids' frolic waltzes
Dream life waltzes /
Formanian march
The Morning Times triumphal march and two-step /
My sweetheart Lou
Nymphs o' the mist an ocean idyl, op. 1, no. 1 /
Once in a while
Pocatello a military intermezzo /
Mary Carey song /
As night brings out the stars song /
City of lights (Denver) march-two-step /
That little sunny southern girl of mine
The thunderbolt forward march [based on] Siegfried, Die Walkuere and Gotterdammerung [of] Richard Wagner /
The tunnel waltz
When I was a child polka semplice : op. 1, no. 2 /
The wild rose intermezzo /
Woodland slumber song /
I am thinking of you, Mother
1-2-3 Song of the little dancing master /
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MUSICPOP 1907-K Sweet suspense : three step, [op. 59] /
Money won't make everybody happy /
Nobody's little girl /
Lovin' time : something in the colored line /
I got another one /
Won't you be my honey : : flirting song /
Anna Lou from Kalamazoo
Tom boy : rag, march & two-step /
Search-light rag : a syncopated march and two step /
Hoosier rag : march two step /
Fontella rag : two-step /
My Creole Saidee /
I'd live or I would die for you /
Maple leaf rag /
There never was a girl like you.
Night and day : mezzo soprano /
Every one was meant for some one /
Gee! ain't it h___ to be rich.
I'll be waiting dearie when you come back home /
I get dippy when I do that two-step dance /
I know dat I'll be happy 'till I die /
I'm going on the warpath /
Herman /
How many have you told that to /
I would not refuse a little love /
My own sweet Mignonette /
No one to love me /
Bob me up and down, Bob /
Blue bird : intermezzo /
Broncho buster /
I'd like to know your address and your name /
I'll meet you where the primrose grows, Rose! /
I'm surprised : the surprise song /
In Panama /
It's great to be a soldier man /
Kiss me Sue /
Way down in Colon town /
You'll have to get off and walk /
Guarda esa flor = Keep thou this flower : romanza /
I'm a lonesome maid /
Budweiser's a friend of mine /
Kitty O'Neil /
I want a Gibson man : song /
I'll take a Frisco girl for mine /
The man of the hour : two step /
Señora : Spanish song /
Senorita : serenade two step /
I'm head and heels in love with you /
Down our way /
Let me be your lemon coon /
My Geraldine /
Miss Killarney /
My heart is calling /
Punch and Judy : intermezzo-two step /
Find another tree to build your nest /
Give me your love /
A little cozy flat /
Just you and I /
Comrade mine /
Consequences, or what a little smoke will do /
Pining, or, My heart is pining all for you /
Oh, come my Lou /
Never no mo', I'm through /
I'd like to march through Georgia once again /
That's why I never married /
That rag /
School days : when we were a couple of kids /
The boy who stuttered and the girl who lisped /
I'm afraid to come home in the dark.
I'm looking for the man that wrote 'The merry widow waltz'
There's another picture in my mamma's frame.
Because I'm married now! : I would! If I could! But I can't! Why? /
The little girl in blue : duet : Muriel & Joy /
She was a grand old lady.
Won't you waltz "home sweet home" with me for old time's sake.
My Marianina /
Anna Lou from Kalamazoo /
I'm crazy I am /
Bridgeta /
My southern home.
Trading smiles.
Dreaming.
Dreaming of love for me.
You, just you.
Pipe o'briar.
Psalm of life.
In the wildwood where the bluebells grew.
Dream city and the magic knight : selection : piano acc. /
Take me with you.
Paree : the wiggle-woggle dance /
Selection from The yankee tourist /
Take me around again /
That's the tune they play in Dixie Land : My home, sweet home /
Trading smiles /
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MUSICPOP 1907-K Online Search-light rag a syncopated march and two step /
Anna Lou from Kalamazoo
Fontella rag two-step /
Hoosier rag march two step /
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MUSICPOP 1907-SM Red wing : an Indian fable /
Come to the land of Bohemia : (the land where nobody goes home) /
The glow-worm : song /
Maying /
The lamp of love /
Remember me : (far away) = [In die Ferne] /
School days : when we were a couple of kids /
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MUSICPOP 1907-SM Online The glow-worm song /
Come to the land of Bohemia (the land where nobody goes home) /
The lamp of love
Maying
Remember me (far away) = [In die Ferne] /
School days when we were a couple of kids /
Red wing an Indian fable /
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