Call Number (LC) Title Results
MUSICPOP 1908-H Sunflower tickle /
The pippin : a sentimental rag /
Chicken patty : a little rag pie : (good enough to eat) /
Fig leaf rag /
Fluffy-ruffles : two step /
The flyer rag /
Dat lovin' rag : two step /
The devilish rag /
Diablo rag : a rag fantasie, two step /
Dusty rag /
Honeymoon rag /
Persian lamb rag : a pepperette /
The old time rag : march and two-step /
The Memphis rag : two-step /
Pudnin tame /
Sassafras Sam /
Sensation : a rag /
The shovel fish rag /
Sprint splinter rag /
The sparkler rag /
The tickler : rag two-step /
Sugar cane : a ragtime classic twostep /
Some pumpkins : march & two step /
Sponges : a swell rag two-step /
Pickaninny rag /
Powder rag : march and two step /
Tennessee rag /
The peach : a ragtime two step /
Beedle-um-bo : a slow drag /
Blind Boone's southern rag medley, no. one : strains from the alleys.
A black hand : rag-time two step /
The "bolo" rag /
All the money : march and two step /
The American dancers : rag and buck dance /
Pine apple rag /
Oh! That Yankiana rag /
Bull dog rag /
Dish rag : two step /
Dixie kicks /
Klondike rag /
Lilac blossoms : two step /
Black and white rag /
The Richmond rag /
Welcome to our city : characteristic rag two-step with song trio /
The whitewash man : a characteristic syncopated march & two-step / composed by Jean Schwartz.
Wild cherries : characteristique rag /
The gravel rag /
Irmena rag /
Through the orange groves of Southern California /
Denver town : song /
The Dixie rag /
Corn shucks rag /
Leap frog : rag /
The Western flyer : march and two-step /
Poison ivy : rag /
Fuzzy-wuzzy : two step /
Crab apples : rag two-step /
Black feather : two step /
The old time rag /
California /
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MUSICPOP 1908-H Online The gravel rag
All the money march and two step /
The American dancers rag and buck dance /
The Dixie rag
Diablo rag a rag fantasie, two step /
Dixie kicks
Black and white rag
Blind Boone's southern rag medley, no. one strains from the alleys.
The flyer rag
Fig leaf rag
Fluffy-ruffles two step /
Dusty rag
Beedle-um-bo a slow drag /
Black feather two step /
A black hand rag-time two step /
The "bolo" rag
Bull dog rag
Klondike rag
Fuzzy-wuzzy two step /
The devilish rag
Dish rag two step /
Dat lovin' rag two step /
Corn shucks rag
Chicken patty a little rag pie : (good enough to eat) /
Through the orange groves of Southern California
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MUSICPOP 1908-I You /
Democratic fun : a campaign cake walk /
Just take a trip out to Lakeside : official park song /
Meet me 'mid the daisies /
The Mohawk : song and chorus /
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MUSICPOP 1908-I Online Democratic fun a campaign cake walk /
Just take a trip out to Lakeside official park song /
The Mohawk song and chorus /
You
Meet me 'mid the daisies
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MUSICPOP 1908-K My gal Irene /
Bl-nd and p-g spells blind pig /
Roses bring dreams of you.
I want someone to call me dearie /
I've got to make love to somebody /
Redhead : Redhead - redhead - gingerbreadhead /
To the end of the world with you /
Twilight, I wait for you /
I remember you /
Vinita : two-step /
S.R. Henry's barn dance.
Wild cherries : characteristique rag /
Don't forget to drop a line to mother.
Rosie, my dusky Georgia Rosie.
Sometime.
You will have to sing an Irish song.
Come over the garden wall.
I want to go back to the land of cotton /
Hang out the front door key /
Hello, Miss Liberty /
Kiss your minstrel boy goodbye /
Every mother's son there sang the wearing of the green /
Just you, dear.
El jilguero : danza /
I was roaming along /
Nothing ever, ever, ever, hardly ever troubles me /
Nevada /
The Booker T's are on parade today /
Buffalo Kate /
Again /
All aboard for a good old time /
As we listened to the rustle of the leaves /
B-i-double l-Bill /
It's moonlight all the time on Broadway /
Kiss me right! : where the kisses should be /
My Arab lady /
I'm happy all the time /
Honor bright, I loves yer right, old pal /
Sweet spirit, hear my prayer /
Twilight reverie = Le crépuscule /
Rosie my dusky Georgia rose /
My Mariutch, she come back to me /
My dream girl /
Ev'rybody loves me, but the one I love /
Oh Miss Malinda, or when evening time comes round /
Everybody knows I'm crazy 'bout you /
If love is blind /
The Boo-gie-oo-gie man /
On the hillside where the honeysuckle grows /
'Neath the old palm tree /
Needles and pins /
Valse d'amour /
Don't you say ump-umm to me /
I'm starving for one sight of you.
Games of childhood days.
When I marry you /
If I had a thousand lives to live.
Mandy Lane /
I didn't ask, he didn't say, so I don't know /
I wish I had a sweetheart /
Barney McGee's making sheeps eyes at me /
Falling in love.
Wop, wop, wop!
Angelus.
Boat song.
Dreaming of you dear.
Girl who proved true blue.
Honeymooning.
Offering.
Sleepy Chile.
To the end of the world with you.
With you.
Some day when you are mine.
Good night, dear.
Sylvia.
I can't tell why I love you but I do /
The lass from the county Mayo : song & chorus /
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MUSICPOP 1908-SM I want someone to call me dearie /
On the road to Mandalay /
When it's moonlight on the prairie : there's a parson only twenty miles away /
Boat song /
The tanager /
Afterglow /
Fairy kisses : waltz /
Mandy Lane /
California /
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MUSICPOP 1908-SM Online When it's moonlight on the prairie there's a parson only twenty miles away /
California
I want someone to call me dearie
On the road to Mandalay
Boat song
The tanager
Afterglow
Fairy kisses waltz /
Mandy Lane
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MUSICPOP 1908 Online Seeing Denver
Our President Roosevelt's Colorado hunt
Denver town song /
I'm going to Colorado
The Western flyer march and two-step /
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MUSICPOP 1909 Put on your old grey bonnet.
Redeeming love.
Only one face in dreamland.
Sweet Louise.
My Pauline.
Your heart is like a garden.
Will o' the wisp /
Come, sing to me.
For you alone.
Billken man.
Eileen aroon.
Fairy glen.
Ballnyure ballad.
Look down dear eyes.
I love my wife, but oh you kid.
A lover's matin song morning song / words by Frank Dempster Sherman ; music by J. Frances Ferlén.
Apple jack : (some rag) /
Over the loop to Mt. McClellan /
Portola Festival : march /
Four cautionary tales and a moral.
Gray days.
From the land of the sky-blue water : Op. 45, no.1 : four American Indian songs : founded upon a tribal melody / poem by Nelle Richmond Eberhart ; music by Charles Wakefield Cadman.
Casey Jones : the brave engineer /
Come back to Erin /
When two love dearly.
You won't know anybody there.
The garden of roses : song /
Cheer up my honey /
When you and I were young, Maggie.
Beautiful eyes.
By the light of the silvery moon /
The Cubanola glide /
Down at the huskin' bee : S.R. Henry's barn dance /
Bye, bye, kid /
Louise : Song : E'er since the day when unto thee I gave me /
Mississippi, oh, beloved!
Opechee.
Then we'll all go home.
Bring me a rose.
See what you've done to me.
Toys' lament.
The garden of roses /
I've got rings on my fingers, or, Mumbo jumbo jijiboo J. O'Shea /
You taught me how to love you : now teach me to forget /
America for me.
Two Little Love Bees.
To-night will never come again.
Uncle Rome.
Your waking eyes.
Ace in the hole.
After 'while.
Ciribiribin.
College days.
Come sing to me.
Elfman.
Ever since the day.
I want to tell something to someone.
I wonder what they're doing up in Mars.
I wonder who's kissing her now.
I'd rather love my old rag doll : than a bashful boy like you.
Lead, kindly light.
Jungle moon.
Little lady in the moon.
Moon-bird.
Neptune!
Next to your mother, who do you love?
No candle was there and no fire.
In sunny Italy.
Jasmine door.
It is hard to kiss your sweetheart when the last kiss means good-bye.
Lonesome.
Let's go back to baby days.
Meet me to-night in dreamland.
Oh the heart of my love.
School mates.
Scuse me today.
Like as the hart.
The bonnie banks o'Loch Lomon'
Dreams of you.
Hindu slumber song.
I am awful glad I met you.
That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune = Mendelssohn rag /
Loch Lomon.
Message : die botschaft.
Old sweetheart of mine.
Star, the rose and the dream.
Still, still with thee.
Meet me where the lanterns glow.
Song of the soul.
Virgin by the manger.
When the daisies bloom.
Shaky eyes /
To a messenger.
Singing bird.
Moon-mad moon.
Palms.
My Indiana Mary.
If all the moons were honeymoons : Goddess of liberty.
Are you lonesome?
Sink red Sun.
Who knows?
Birthday.
My luve is like the red, red rose.
I'm awfully glad I met you.
If I thought you wouldn't tell /
Nobody knows, nobody cares /
Where my caravan has rested.
My hero.
I wish I had a girl.
I wonder how the old folks are at home /
That is love!
Meet me down at the kissing gate, Kate.
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MUSICPOP 1909-CP In a Dorris motor car /
Jealous moon /
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MUSICPOP 1909-CP Online In a Dorris motor car
Jealous moon
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MUSICPOP 1909-D Carrie, or, Carrie marry Harry /
Temptation rag /
My pony boy /
Ciribiribin /
Mop rag : a slow drag /
Chink chink chinaman /
Chow-chow rag /
Country club : rag time two-step /
African hunter : a characteristic jungle symphonie /
Coo-ee /
Meet me in rosetime Rosie /
Yiddle, on your fiddle, play some ragtime /
You'll come back /
That teasin' rag /
Baboon bungalow /
Heaven will protect the working girl : a burlesque ballad /
The yiddisha rag /
Oh, you devil : rag /
Daisy rag : a novelty two-step /
Good-bye Mister Caruso /
I apologize /
Some little something about you /
My cousin Caruso /
Abraham Lincoln Jones, or, The christening /
I just came back to say good bye /
If I only had a leming pie /
If the wind had only blown the other way /
Dorando /
Do your duty Doctor! : (oh, oh, oh, oh, Doctor) /
I want a home, that's all /
Come down and pick your husband out : (the rest of us want to go home) /
Come on play ball with me dearie /
Candy you're a dandy /
Four American Indian songs : founded upon tribal melodies, op. 45 /
Ann /
I'll go the route for you /
I'm going to do what I please /
Lady love : song /
Pass dat possum : a characteristic two step march /
Casey Jones : the brave engineer /
Come after breakfast : bring 'long your lunch and leave 'fore supper time /
Come back to Erin /
Come right in, sit right down, make yourself at home /
My wife's gone to the country : (Hurrah! Hurrah!) /
Jemima : a sneezing Coon song /
There's a big cry-baby in the moon /
Wild cherries : that coony, spoony rag /
Stop that rag : keep on playing, honey /
Sweet Marie : make-a rag-a-time dance wid me /
Christmas time seems years and years away /
Be jolly Molly /
The garden of roses : song /
In dear old Tennessee /
Bandy legs /
Base ball game of love /
He's a fan, fan, fan /
Good-by girlie and remember me /
I am longing for to-morrow when I think of yesterday /
Everybody's happy when the moon shines /
Ciribiribin : celebrated song /
Rag-bag : rag (a rag-time galop) /
Rubber plant rag : a stretcherette /
Heinze /
Amo : song /
I didn't go home at all : (I heard the clock strike one a.m., one a.m., one a.m.!) /
Golden arrow : song /
Dinah from Carolina /
I'll be there with bells on : (and I'll ding-a-ling for you) : flirting song /
I'm a bringing up the family /
Flora Dora : a stirring march song /
Drei Künstler.
Oh, you candy kid /
I've got rings on my fingers, or, Mumbo jumbo jijiboo J. O'Shea /
That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune = Mendelssohn rag /
Shaky eyes /
Dancing sunshine /
If I thought you wouldn't tell /
Euphonic sounds : a syncopated novelty /
Mandy, how do you do? /
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MUSICPOP 1909-D Online Good-bye Mister Caruso
African hunter a characteristic jungle symphonie /
Country club rag time two-step /
That teasin' rag
Chow-chow rag
Mop rag a slow drag /
Euphonic sounds a syncopated novelty /
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MUSICPOP 1909-H Honey rag : two-step /
The Purdue spirit : a rag time two step /
The bolo rag /
Temptation rag /
The pinywoods rag /
Mop rag : a slow drag /
Chow-chow rag /
Country club : rag time two-step /
Cabbage-leaf rag : a superb ragged melody : a rich two-step /
Cherry leaf rag /
Chocolate creams : a rag with a flavor /
Clover leaf rag /
Cincinnati rag /
The classic rag /
Five little brown jugs rag /
Frozen Bill rag /
Cotton babes : rag two step /
Dandelion : characteristic rag and two step /
Diablo rag : a rag fantasie, two step /
I'm Alabama bound : rag time two step : also known as the Alabama blues /
Ink splotch rag : a ragtime splash /
Virginia creeper : characteristic rag /
Queen of rags : characteristic two step /
Rag time Betty /
Pansy blossoms rag /
Porcupine rag : (two step) /
Vanity : rag two-step /
The microbe : a contagious rag /
Minstrel band : rag /
More noise rag : march two-step /
That teasin' rag /
One more rag /
Onions : an intermezzo two-step /
Rag baby : rag /
Ragged Jack : the new rag /
Rastus rag /
Razzle dazzle : a rag twostep /
Safety pin catch /
The Saratoga glide : (a rag) /
Scizzor Bill : rag /
Silver king rag : for the piano /
That poker rag /
Splinters : two-step /
Streamers : the fashionable rag /
Sunburst rag /
Sunflower babe : march two step /
Sparkles : high class ragtime two step /
The thriller : rag /
Tobasco rag time waltz /
Trouble : rag /
Twinkles : march two-step /
Snipes /
Solace : a Mexican serenade /
Texas steer rag /
The octopus rag /
Old crow rag /
Pickled beets rag /
Pigeon wing : rag /
Pin cushion /
Pork & beans : ragtime two step /
Poverty rag /
Velma chocolates : black rag two step /
The American rag /
Apple jack : (some rag) /
Blind Boone's southern rag medley, no. two : strains from the Flat branch.
Play that fandango rag /
The yiddisha rag /
That hypnotizing rag /
The bumble bee : characteristic rag /
Broadway rag /
Bud rag /
Buzzer rag /
Ethiopia : a rag /
Everybody's rag : (it gets you going) /
Oh, you devil : rag /
That dreamy rag /
The dish rag /
Dixie kisses : rag intermezzo /
Dope : a rag novelette two step /
Funny bones /
Fuss and feathers : a genuine rag /
Hot ashes /
Kansas appleknocker rag /
King of them all rag /
Kissing bug : rag /
Lemons and limes : a sour rag /
The Frisco rag /
Daisy rag : a novelty two-step /
Hard wood rag /
Virginia rag : two step /
When your heart beats rag time : barn dance /
The wish bone : a ragtime twostep /
Ragtime land /
That cuddlin' rag : E. Ray Goetz /
Grace and beauty : a classy rag /
Westward, ho! : march and two-step /
Meet me in dear old Seattle /
Casey Jones : the brave engineer /
Rag-bag : rag (a rag-time galop) /
Rubber plant rag : a stretcherette /
G whiz : ragtime two step /
Drake's cake walk /
Fly paper rag /
Bachelor's button : rag time intermezzo /
Blue grass : rag /
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MUSICPOP 1909-H Online Funny bones
Cabbage-leaf rag a superb ragged melody : a rich two-step /
Pansy blossoms rag
Porcupine rag (two step) /
Queen of rags characteristic two step /
Rag time Betty
The American rag
Apple jack (some rag) /
Bachelor's button rag time intermezzo /
Vanity rag two-step /
Virginia creeper characteristic rag /
Temptation rag
Broadway rag
Diablo rag a rag fantasie, two step /
Dixie kisses rag intermezzo /
Dandelion characteristic rag and two step /
Blind Boone's southern rag medley, no. two strains from the Flat branch.
Five little brown jugs rag
Fly paper rag
Cincinnati rag
Dope a rag novelette two step /
Everybody's rag (it gets you going) /
Buzzer rag
Blue grass rag /
Bud rag
The bumble bee characteristic rag /
Honey rag two-step /
King of them all rag
Kissing bug rag /
The microbe a contagious rag /
Frozen Bill rag
Fuss and feathers a genuine rag /
G whiz ragtime two step /
Grace and beauty a classy rag /
Hard wood rag
The dish rag
Cherry leaf rag
Clover leaf rag
Cotton babes rag two step /
The classic rag
Chocolate creams a rag with a flavor /
Meet me in dear old Seattle
Westward, ho! march and two-step /
Ethiopia a rag /
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MUSICPOP 1909-I The rage quadrille /
Yesterday /
A mountain breeze : idyl for the piano /
Down the old Potomac : song /
Scotch rye : characteristic rag /
Girl o' dreams /
Back among the southern pines /
O, light divine : sacred song /
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MUSICPOP 1909-I Online Girl o' dreams
O, light divine sacred song /
Down the old Potomac song /
A lover's matin song morning song / words by Frank Dempster Sherman ; music by J. Frances Ferlén.
Back among the southern pines
Yesterday
The rage quadrille
A mountain breeze idyl for the piano /
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MUSICPOP 1909-K Seasick /
Carrie, or, Carrie marry Harry /
The bolo rag /
Moving day in Jungle Town /
La spagnola = Spanish dancer : bolero /
Without you, the world don't seem the same /
Temptation rag /
I didn't mean to make you cry /
Let the roses tell my story /
My Southern rose /
Margarita /
Monkey Doodle Dandy /
Meet me on the boardwalk, dearie /
Skinny /
There's something fascinating 'bout the moon /
Bamboo lane
The bolo rag
Burglar buck /
Tobasco rag time waltz /
Play that fandango rag /
That hypnotizing rag /
Oh, you devil : rag /
That dreamy rag /
The Frisco rag /
Shaky eyes /
He's a college boy : march song /
My little kangaroo.
For months and months.
Eily Riley.
I used to sing, "I wish I had a girl," now it's "Don't take me home" /
Come on play ball with me dearie /
Song of the soul.
If I thought you wouldn't tell /
I am longing for tomorrow when I think of yesterday /
I trust my husband [wife most] anywhere, but I like to stick around /
I wish I had my old girl back again /
I wish that you was my gal, Molly /
My Portola maid : song /
My Kerry colleen /
Isn't that enough for you? /
I love my husband, but--oh, you Henry! /
Hint of violets.
Father brings home something every day /
Gee! But it's tough to be broke : a song classic /
My hero /
Amo : song /
Pretty little laughing eyes /
The song of the dove /
I want a girl from a yankee doodle town /
La Portola : waltz /
Nora Malone : call me by 'phone /
I'm a bringing up the family /
Leoline /
The long green club /
He's just plain ordinary man but Lord how he can love /
My big moon /
My husband's in the city /
Lena Schmitt /
The Parisian glide /
Vertige : valse lente /
Comical eyes /
Stageland /
By the light of the silvery moon /
The Cubanola glide /
Down at the huskin' bee : S.R. Henry's barn dance /
I've got rings on my fingers, or, Mumbo jumbo jijiboo J. O'Shea /
My Honolulu hula girl /
To-night will never come again.
Next to your mother, who do you love?
Lonesome.
That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune = Mendelssohn rag /
Abie, take an example from your fader : novelty Hebrew song /
I've lost my gal /
Bamboo lane /
Where do we go from here, Bill? /
An Irish girl is good enough for me /
That's the doctor, Bill! /
My own United States.
My soldier boy.
Little shirt my mother made for me.
If I had the world to give you.
If I should plant a tiny seed of love.
Soft ways.
Who knows?
Without you.
Spanish Serenade.
Nobody knows, nobody cares /
Sadie Salome : (go home) /
Miss lady moon /
Cannibal love /
Blue-beads /
Charme d'amour = Love's spell /
Two little girls loved one little boy /
In good old Georgia land /
Cordova : Spanish dance /
Pansy the moon am shining /
Only love dreams /
My Angelett cheree /
My treasure = Tesoro mio /
My little kangaroo /
My Caroline /
Mary, you're a big girl now /
Dublin daisies /
Booby : a juvenile jibe /
I wonder how the old folks are at home /
McElwee /
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MUSICPOP 1909-K Online The Frisco rag
Bamboo lane
The bolo rag
Burglar buck
He's a college boy march song /
Oh, you devil rag /
Comical eyes
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MUSICPOP 1909-SM Uncle Rome : the old boatman /
From the land of the sky-blue water : one of "Four American Indian songs" : opus 45, no. 1 /
Go find a sweetheart : from The emerald isle /
My pony boy /
Compensation /
The cubanola glide /
Temptation rag /
That mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune = Mendelssohn rag /
Nobody knows, nobody cares /
Mandy, how do you do? /
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