Call Number (LC) Title Results
MUSICPOP 1914-K Online By the Susquehanna shore song /
All aboard for Dixie land song /
Climax rag
The rose of the mountain trail
California and you
Come to California a song of invitation /
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MUSICPOP 1914-SM Rebecca of Sunny-Brook Farm /
Missouri waltz : song /
Sheep and lambs : a song with piano accompaniment, op. 31 /
When you're away : from "The only girl" /
Duna /
Convent bells : [op. 116] /
Valse June : hesitation or Boston ; European waltz sensation /
Songs /
Once in a thousand years : song /
I love the ladies /
In the hills of old Kentucky : my mountain rose /
On the shores of Italy /
I came with a song : song with piano accompaniment /
Along came Ruth /
This is the life /
By the beautiful sea /
Everybody loves my girl /
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MUSICPOP 1914-SM Online Everybody loves my girl
Missouri waltz song /
Sheep and lambs a song with piano accompaniment, op. 31 /
When you're away from "The only girl" /
Duna
Valse June hesitation or Boston ; European waltz sensation /
Songs
Once in a thousand years song /
Convent bells [op. 116] /
Along came Ruth
By the beautiful sea
I love the ladies
In the hills of old Kentucky my mountain rose /
On the shores of Italy
Rebecca of Sunny-Brook Farm
This is the life
I came with a song song with piano accompaniment /
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MUSICPOP 1914 Online The overland handicap racing march, two-step /
The aba daba honeymoon
The rose of the mountain trail
He's a rag picker
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MUSICPOP 1915 Rackety coo!
Rapture of your kiss.
Are you from Dixie?
Circus day in Dixie.
I found you among the roses.
Jane.
On the banks of Killarney : where the shamrocks grow green.
Little grey mother.
Nuthin'
When the right girl comes along.
You can't forget your mother when the heart turns home.
Way down in Arkansaw.
Grey wolf.
Here comes Tootsi.
Bitterness of love.
Hello Hawaii how are you.
Awakening.
Honolulu girl.
I'm at your service girls.
Keep on hopin'
I'm on my way to Dublin bay.
I'm simply crazy over you.
In blinky, winky, chinky Chinatown.
Hold me in your loving arms.
In Italy.
There must be little cupids in the brine.
I've been floating down the old green river /
Denver /
Our Colorado /
Take me to the midnight cake walk ball /
Dorothy Vernon : waltzes /
Laddie in khaki.
Sunshine of your smile : (duet)
Pigeon walk : song /
America, I love you /
The sweetest girl in Monterey : song /
Summer moon /
You can't afford to marry : if you can't afford a Ford /
My bird of paradise : my Honolulu girl /
My little girl /
So long, Letty : duet /
One of all the world.
There's one California for mine : song /
My tom tom man.
We'll have a jubilee in my old Kentucky home /
Come back, Dixie /
Hello, Frisco : I called you up to say hello /
I'm a lonesome melody /
Love comes a-stealing.
Chinese blues /
Hesitation blues : Oh! baby must I hesitate : song /
I love you--that's one thing I know /
If we can't be the same old sweethearts, we'll just be the same old friends /
Rosary /
Neal of the Navy /
Mister love will catch you yet /
Way down yonder : song /
Made in the U.S.A. /
A girl in Dixie in the days of 1860 : (loved a Yankee soldier boy) /
Some little bug is going to find you : food song /
Somebody knows /
Allah's holiday.
I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier /
One fleeting hour.
Love here is my heart.
Allah's holiday /
Could the dreams of a dreamer come true /
Don't bite the hand that's feeding you.
Down among the sheltering palms.
Down among the sheltering pines.
Silent, O Moyle, be the roar of thy water.
Sometime you'll remember.
One, two, three, four.
Teach me to smile.
For every smile you gave me you caused a thousand tears /
Kiss me again.
Keep the home-fires burning : till the boys come home /
I want a little love from you.
Where's the girl for me?
Little brother's lullaby.
She's the daughter of Mother Machree.
We hope you've brought your smiles along.
Wild geese.
Ypsilanti.
Across the field.
Alabama jubilee /
Alice.
Autumn /
The blue and the gray.
Go to sleep my dusky baby.
God is our refuge.
Come out of the kitchen Mary Ann.
Crow's egg /
Everyone I know loves you.
I didn't raise my Ford to be a Jitney.
I love a piano.
I'll be waiting for you.
Let me really live tonight sweetheart : and tomorrow let me die.
My mother's rosary.
Pack up your troubles in your old-kit bag and smile, smile, smile.
If you can't get a girl in the summertime : you'll never get a girl at all.
It's tulip time in Holland : two lips are calling me.
Kentucky home.
Often.
On the beach at Waikiki /
Poppy time in old Japan.
Runaway June.
Lights of home.
Memories.
Put me to sleep with an old fashioned melody : wake me up with a rag /
Roll along, harvest moon.
Dear heart of mine.
Dear little mother and you.
Dreams.
Smiling world smiles on.
When it strikes home.
Twilight and dawn.
Loading up the Mandy Lee : song /
Mammy moon.
Made in the U.S.A.
Normandy.
O'er the hills of dear old Maine.
Old refrain.
On the way to home sweet home.
Sometimes the dream comes true.
Thank God for a garden!
M-o-t-h-e-r.
Underneath the stars.
My little dream girl.
Sunshine of your smile.
There! Little girl don't cry.
There! little girl; don't cry.
Violets.
Thine eyes so blue and tender.
That dear old mother of mine.
Voice of the mountains.
When I leave the world behind /
The monkey jubilee /
Araby /
Dutch serenade.
Lord is my shepherd.
There's a light that's burning in the window.
It's a long, long way to Tipperary.
Babes in the wood.
Norway.
My own Venetian rose.
Good-bye Virginia.
Hop a jitney with me.
I'm looking for someone's heart.
Wind song.
There's a rose in old Erin.
Love is the best of all.
We'll never let the old flag fall.
Down in Bom Bombay.
Bluebird.
Sunny Colorado /
Carlie Chaplin walk.
My own home town in Ireland.
When you're in love with someone who is not in love with you.
It's time to say goodnight.
When we gathered wildflowers.
Just try to picture me back home in Tennessee.
You're the dawn of a perfect day.
When it's all over.
There's a long, long trail.
Cradle song.
Allah.
On the road to Dublin town.
Where the columbines grow /
Song of the hills.
Do you remember.
Back home in Tennessee.
The bird of the wilderness /
Ladder of roses.
Vale.
Dreamy eyes.
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MUSICPOP 1915-CP God guide our President /
The lesson that you taught /
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MUSICPOP 1915-CP Online God guide our President
The lesson that you taught
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MUSICPOP 1915-D Oh that beautiful band /
I've been floating down the old green river /
I've lost my Mandy /
Along the rocky road to Dublin /
Broadway /
Gasoline Gus and his jitney bus /
That Southern hospitality : (when you're down in Dixie) /
Ben Bolt, or, Don't you remember /
You wake up in the morning in Chicago /
Watch your step /
The primrose way /
I love you, Honolulu /
Oh, what a beautiful baby : song /
When it's peach picking time in Delaware : (I'll be there, I'll be there) /
My Nagasaki girl /
If you can't get a girl in the summertime : you'll never get a girl at all /
Dancing the jelly roll : song /
All for you! : love duo /
Pigeon walk : song /
America, I love you /
My bird of paradise : my Honolulu girl /
Here's to the rose /
The hesitating blues /
Blow your horn /
Along the road to Singapore /
By heck : eccentric fox-trot /
Can you pay? : (for a broken heart) /
Cohen owes me ninety seven dollars /
We'll have a jubilee in my old Kentucky home /
Come back, Dixie /
Sailing thru the Panama Canal /
I'm going back to the farm /
Katinka : from Katinka : a musical play /
The magic melody /
Hello, Frisco : I called you up to say hello /
While the band played an American rag /
Cheer up : (better times will soon be here) /
We're going to celebrate the end of the war in ragtime : (be sure that Woodrow Wilson leads the band) /
I'm a lonesome melody /
Tennessee /
Spanish Joe from Mexico /
Chinese blues /
"Are you the O'Reilly?" : (blime me, O'Reilly, you are lookin' well) : adapted from the original song; "Is that Mr. Reilly?" /
Hesitation blues : Oh! baby must I hesitate : song /
Don't bite the hand that's feeding you /
Buster rag /
Broadway tipperary /
I love you--that's one thing I know /
If we can't be the same old sweethearts, we'll just be the same old friends /
Honey boy : (my heart is calling for you) /
Homeward bound /
I love to stay at home /
Alabama jubilee /
If you only had my disposition : (my daddy came from Paree) /
Put me to sleep with an old fashioned melody : wake me up with a rag /
Loading up the Mandy Lee : song /
Araby /
The jitney bus /
At the old plantation ball /
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MUSICPOP 1915-D Online Gasoline Gus and his jitney bus
At the old plantation ball
Buster rag
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MUSICPOP 1915-H California /
The college inn rag /
Chop suey rag /
Cleopatra rag /
India rubber /
Mutilation rag /
My favorite rag /
The raggy fox trot /
Red raven rag /
Reindeer : rag time two-step /
Sandy river rag /
Saskatoon /
Silver fox : a raggy fox trot /
Such is life : rag fox trot /
Trilby rag : one step /
Son set rag /
Ragging the scale /
Nightingale rag /
High yellow cake walk and two-step /
Alaska rag /
Beets and turnips : fox trot /
Come to the beautiful ragtime ball /
The Allen glide /
Nat Goodwin Cafe rag /
Ragapation /
Bunch of noise rag : march & two step /
Evergreen rag /
Exposition rag /
Fuzzy wuzzy rag /
The dainty-foot glide : rag one step or two step /
12th Street rag /
Hot off the griddle : novelty cake walk /
Kentucky rosebuds : cake walk or one step /
Knick knocks : rag .. one step /
Going to pieces : rag one step /
Webster grove rag /
Shoeboot's serenade : rag song with trombone obligato /
Shoot me back to California-land /
At the 1915 fair /
There's one California for mine : song /
You're welcome back to California : introduced in the new play with music "So long Letty" book by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris /
California, gladsome land /
'Twas a long, long way to Frisco /
Frisco bound /
Railroad Jim /
We're bound for Frisco come along /
Sam Fox trot /
That left-hand rag /
Contentment rag /
Jinx rag : dedicated to the famous cartoonist Jean Knott /
Put me to sleep with an old fashioned melody : wake me up with a rag /
That moaning saxophone rag : instrumental /
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MUSICPOP 1915-H c.2 Online Bunch of noise rag : march & two step / 1
MUSICPOP 1915-H Online Alaska rag
The Allen glide
The college inn rag
Come to the beautiful ragtime ball
Exposition rag
Evergreen rag
Beets and turnips fox trot /
Fuzzy wuzzy rag
Frisco bound
'Twas a long, long way to Frisco
Contentment rag
The dainty-foot glide rag one step or two step /
Chop suey rag
Cleopatra rag
Shoot me back to California-land
We're bound for Frisco come along
At the 1915 fair
California
California, gladsome land
Railroad Jim
You're welcome back to California introduced in the new play with music "So long Letty" book by Oliver Morosco and Elmer Harris /
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MUSICPOP 1915-I Vive la C.T.C. /
The C.T.C. march song /
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MUSICPOP 1915-I Online The C.T.C. march song
Vive la C.T.C
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MUSICPOP 1915-K The Rose of 'Frisco Bay /
Railroad Jim /
Araby.
Jane.
There's a light that's burning in the window : of the little house upon the hill /
Over the hills to Mary : song /
Piney ridge /
On the trail to Santa Fe /
It's all a dream /
Alabama jubilee /
High yellow cake walk and two-step /
The kangaroo hop : fox trot /
Going to pieces : rag one step /
I'm goin' back to old Nebraska : (good-bye) /
Drip, drip, drip went the waterfall.
Somewhere there are a thousand broken hearts.
Land of the long ago.
Life's twilight.
You!
Let's help each other along /
My bird of paradise : my Honolulu girl /
Honey-moon bells : song /
Honey unlatch the door /
My American beauty rose /
Oh mister won't you tickle me /
I'm going back to Buenos Ayres /
I'll make you want me /
Those Irving Berlin Melodies : solo and chorus /
Hula Lou /
There's one California for mine : song /
San Francisco /
San Francisco queen of cities /
There's a lonely little girl in Honolulu : song /
We'll have a jubilee in my old Kentucky home /
Come back, Dixie /
I'm a lonesome melody /
Cute little summery time /
In old Madeira : song /
Hesitation blues : Oh! baby must I hesitate : song /
If we can't be the same old sweethearts, we'll just be the same old friends /
McCarty : what else could you expect, fram a man named McCarty or any other loyal Irishman! /
Love me or leave me alone /
Take me to the midnight cake walk ball /
To Lou /
Made in the U.S.A. /
You'll be there /
I love you best of all /
The hours I spent with thee /
I wanna be the captain, or I won't play /
Just a plain every-day girl /
If war is what Sherman said it was : song /
If it takes a thousand years /
I'm longing for old Virginia and you /
Ireland, I hear you calling /
In Alabama, dear with you /
The kiss that made you mine /
Lolita /
Lotus land : Lola /
The tale the tear-drop told /
Rosie Rosenblott : don't make no theatre with me /
When I found you : waltz song /
Don't bite the hand that's feeding you.
She's the daughter of Mother Machree.
I spelt San Francisco /
Chinese blues.
I didn't raise my Ford to be a Jitney.
It's tulip time in Holland : two lips are calling me.
Roll along, harvest moon.
Loading up the Mandy Lee : song /
Made in the U.S.A.
The ragtime pipe of Pan /
Loveland days /
My own Venetian rose.
Virginia Lee.
World is hungry for a little bit of love.
Little Honolulu Lou : a hula /
Come swing with me on the Golden Gate.
Neapolitan love song.
Yesteryear.
We'll now have to say goodbye.
Has anybody here kissed Toodles?
Firefly.
Piney Ridge.
San Jose.
His last thought was of mother.
I chose a rose.
My Honolulu rose = Kuu-Loke-O-Honolulu /
Lonely in town /
All for the love of a girl /
Land of the poppy /
A cabaret 'neath the old Egyptian moon /
Always be honey to me /
That Southern hospitality /
There's a rose in old Erin : that's blooming for me /
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MUSICPOP 1915-K Online Going to pieces rag one step /
The kangaroo hop fox trot /
A cabaret 'neath the old Egyptian moon
High yellow cake walk and two-step
I'm goin' back to old Nebraska (good-bye) /
Land of the poppy
San Francisco
San Francisco queen of cities
There's one California for mine song /
I spelt San Francisco
On the trail to Santa Fe
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MUSICPOP 1915-SM Thank God for a garden : song /
Keep on hopin' : song /
Soap : the oppressor /
Down here : (It's quiet down here) : song /
I came with a song /
When I leave the world behind /
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MUSICPOP 1915-SM Online Thank God for a garden song /
Keep on hopin' song /
I came with a song
Soap the oppressor /
Down here (It's quiet down here) : song /
When I leave the world behind
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MUSICPOP 1915 Online Denver
Our Colorado
Sunny Colorado
Where the columbines grow
Alabama jubilee
There's one California for mine song /
Hello, Frisco I called you up to say hello /
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MUSICPOP 1916 Shapes of night.
She was a girl I used to know.
Prayer perfect.
Some girls do, and some girls don't.
Song of the National Guard.
As we part.
At last.
Butterflies.
Christmas song.
I left her on the beach at Honolulu.
Just a girl of yesterday.
O were my love yon lilac fair.
Nightfall.
They called it Dixieland.
They're wearing 'em higher in Hawaii.
Unchanging savior.
Whose pretty baby are you now.
You'll find a little bit of Ireland Everywhere.
Walkin' the dog /
Hawaii and you.
Auf wiedersehn.
Chattanooga blues.
Hear thou my prayer.
All things that we clasp.
Hilo.
I'm burning a fire down in my heart for you.
Love days.
Love-land.
Dreamy days of long ago.
Fields o' ballyclare.
Fairy story by the fire.
There's a little bit of bad in every good little girl.
We're one day nearer heaven.
Blue goose rag /
Boomerang rag /
The skies are blue in Colorado : march chorus for mixed or male voices /
Parisienne walk.
Down where the Swanee River flows.
Naughty! Naughty! Naughty /
Do what your mother did : I'll do the same as your dad /
My dreamy China lady : song /
Pretty baby : song /
Just try to picture me down home in Tennessee /
Keep your eye on the girlie you love /
Shades of night.
I can hear the ukuleles calling me : song /
If you ever get lonely : song /
What do you want to make those eyes at me for? /
Pray for the lights to go out : a negro shouting song : that new "Ballin the Jack" song /
I'm going back to California : that's where I belong /
Arrah go on, I'm gonna go back to Oregon /
Down Honolulu way : song /
Honolulu, America loves you.
If you don't get married this summer you won't get married at all.
And they called it Dixieland : song /
Way down in Iowa I'm going to hide away /
Where did Robinson Crusoe go with Friday on Saturday night? /
You can't get along with 'em or without 'em : You've got to have 'em, that's all! /
Oh! How she could yacki hacki wicki wacki woo : that's love in Honolu /
On the shore of Samoa : song /
Sweet cider time, when you were mine! /
The bluebird /
A fairy story by the fire /
Dear old dreamy Honolulu town /
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.
Cradle song 1915 : based on composer's "Caprice Viennois" /
My rosary for you.
They made it twice as nice as paradise : and they called it Dixieland : song /
At the end of a beautiful day.
Bon jour, ma belle! /
Good-bye, good luck, God bless you : is all that I can say /
Enough to know.
Hawaii calls.
Li'l Liza Jane.
Yaaka hula hickey dula : Hawaiian love song /
Come down to Kew.
Luana.
Girls, if you ever get married.
Rue.
By the weeping waters.
Poor butterfly.
Sweet cider time when you were mine.
Story of old glory the flag.
Voice in the wilderness /
When the sun goes down in Romany.
When shadows fall.
Where rolls the Oregon.
Wind's in the south.
You're a dangerous girl.
Your great big baby smile.
After-glow.
Aloha sunset land.
Angel's song.
As we sat on a rock in Little Rock Arkansas.
Good-bye, good luck, God bless you.
Good night.
Cobbler's song.
Deep river.
E'en as a lovely flower.
Easter hymn.
Honolulu blues.
I love you that's one thing I know.
I want to be with you.
I'd like to be the fellow that my old girl's loving now.
My Argentina queen.
My lonely Lola Lo : in Hawaii.
Honolulu hicki boola boo.
If I knocked the 'l' out of Kelly : it would still be Kelly to me.
On the Hoko Moko Isle.
Ireland must be heaven, for my mother came from there.
Let cupid in.
Put on your slippers and fill up your pipe : you're not going bye-bye to-night.
Rose enslaves the nightingale.
Roses of Picardy.
Carmen Ohio.
Dreams.
Hushed the song of the nightingale.
I ain't got nobody much.
Skylark.
Liberty.
Mammy's little coal black rose.
One golden day.
Some day I'll make you care.
Somewhere in Dixie land.
Sons of the British empire.
Take me back to dear old blighty.
There's a Quaker down in Quaker Town.
Evening brings rest and you.
Moonlight waltz.
My Hawaiian sunshine.
Sorter miss you.
Suzanne /
Wake up, America.
When the harvest time is over.
When the roses nod their sleepy heads.
Yankee doodle boy is good enough for me.
Take your troubles to Minerva.
Colorado my own /
Oh, those blues!
When are you coming to dixie?
Way to your heart.
Baby shoes.
Good morning Dixieland.
For Dixie and Uncle Sam.
War babies.
She is the sunshine of Virginia.
Love went a-riding.
Snowdrop.
Sweetheart.
I'm glad you're sorry.
Dear old dreamy Honolulu town.
Yaddie kaddie kiddie kaddie koo.
Love o mine.
It's not your nationality.
There's just a little bit of monkey still left in you and me.
There's a song in the air.
You're the sweetest of all.
It happens every night.
Through these wonderful glasses of mine.
The skies are blue in Colorado : march song and chorus /
I've got the Army blues.
On the South Sea isle.
Voice in the wilderness.
Bluebird.
Aloha oe (farewell to thee)
Hong Kong /
Her pink mumu.
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