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Mary Had A Little Lamb and other Nursery Songs by H. A. Rey - $19.00

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Description:
Puffin Picture Book 91 1951
For Voice and Piano
Includes the following 10 timeless classic children's songs: Mary Had a Little Lamb; Three Blind Mice; Little Miss Muffet; Round The Mulberry Bush; Sing a Song of Sixpence; Ding, Dong, Bell; Pat a Cake; Humpty Dumpty; Hey Diddle Diddle; and Oh Where, Oh Where.

The animals ARE the notes on the staff. There's a key on each illustrated song for note duration. For example, in Mary had a little Lamb, the black sheep is the eighth note and the white sheep is the quarter note.
By H. A. Rey, the Author of the Curious George Series
Condition: Fair to Poor condition - cover is ripped and missing bottom piece. Paper is stained where it had once been taped.
Size: 6 7/8" X 8 5/8"
23 pages



Sheet Music "All Things You Are" by Kern & Hammerstein 1939 - $16.00

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Description: 1939 Sheet Music "All Things You Are"
"Max Gordon presents Very Warm For May - A Musical Comedy"
Music by Jerome Kern book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd
Production by Vincent Minelli
Chappell & Co. NYC"

Condition: Fair to Good condition - dog eared pages on corners - edge tears - see pictures
Size: 9" X 12"
8 pages



Sheet Music Cover art by Joseph Binder (hard to find) 1925  $32.00 incl. S&H

Cover art by Joseph Binder 1925
Wassyl Barwinskyj
"Minaturen: Ukrainian Folksongs"
Fur Klavier zu zwei handen
Waldheim-eberle A.G. Wien VII
NR
8146
Universal- Edition
Wien / Liepzig
Copyright 1925 by Universal Edition
6 suites: Wiegenlied; Ukrainischer Tanz; Leiermannslied;
Humoreske; Dumke; Marsch

Very Good Condition.  pencilwriting on cover  (at girl's right elbow (our left))
Original owner's name on title page / crease on lower left corner of cover.

Quite a striking piece. Suitable for framing.
9 1/8" X 12 1/8"

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"The Belle of Richmond" by H.C. Sherman 1907 $17 w/ S&H

"March & Two-Step by H.C. Sherman"
Copyright 1907 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
Published by United States Music Co., Williamsport PA
6 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. 10 1/4quot; X 13 1/4"
Condition: Fairly good condition - minor wear around edges. Original owner's name "Therese" written in top left corner of cover.
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
Cover art shows a grieving widow. The inset has a black servant (done in period racist/stereotyped style) placing 2 mourning wreaths. Around this it says, "One Master Jerry and One Master Bill". I suspect that this may be related to the Civil War and The Lost Cause, though I haven't found a direct connection. Click Thumbnail for larger image.



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"The Belle of Society" by Clarence Heller 1915 - $13 w S&H

March & Two Step by Clarence Heller - Composer of Winola March
Copyright 1915 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
publisher - Clarence Heller Bethlehem, PA
6 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. 10 1/2quot; X 14"
Good Condition - Original owner's name "Therese" written in top left corner of cover.
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
Subject: The "Belle" is drawn in the style of Gibson Girls



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"The Bogie Man" by Chas. Carvel 1903 - $38.00 w/ S&H

" Carvel's Great Success"
Character March and Two Step
Pantagraph P & S Co. Bloomington Ill
Copyright 1903 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
Ashton Publishing Co.
6 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. 10 3/4quot; X 13 3/4"
Condition: fraying around the edges. - Original owner's name "Therese" written in top left corner of cover. Front cover is separating from the back, but the artwork is clean and this piece would look great framed.
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
Subject: I love this cover. I don't know who the artist is, but it is reminiscent of Winsor McCay or someone with his imaginative brush stroke of that period.



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"Boy Scouts of America March" by Edmund Braham 1911 - $39 w/ S&H

Extremely early and rare Boy Scout piano sheet music
6 pages
approx.  10 1/2"  X 13 1/2"
suitable for framing
condition is good. The original owner's name Therese is written on top left corner. It has minor tears on edges, bumping of corners and stains on edges
Copyright 1911 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
publisher: C.A. Blodgett, Springfield, Massachusetts
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
The Boy Scouts were incorporated in 1910. This was copywritten in 1911 (and the sample on the back page was copywritten in 1912). Predates Sousa's  song by this title of 1916



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"Boston School Cadets" March by Joseph Daly 1901 - $14 w/ S&H

Boston School Cadets March Two Step Sheet Music 1901 & 1905 (reissue 1907 or later)
Composed by Joseph M. Daly (EHS)
"Dedicated to the Boston School Regiments" EHS (English High School); BLS (Boston Latin School); CHS (Charlestown); EBH (East Boston); DHS (Dorchester?); BHS; RHS (Roxbury?); WRH (West Roxbury?)
Published By: Krey Music Co., Boston, Massachusetts
Copyright 1901 & 1905 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
6 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. 10 1/2quot; X 13 1/2"
Condition: some tears around edges. Partial separation between front and back covers. - Original owner's name "Therese" written in top center of cover.
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
Subject: When I graduated BLS in 1969, I think there were still drill teams, though I never participated so I'm a bit fuzzy about this. I have no idea if these drill regiments still exist. Also worth noting that whoever proof-read the cover, missed a major typo - omitting the H in Washington St.



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"Burglars Promenade" by Benj. Richmond 1905 SOLD

"By Benj. Richmond Composer of Dance of the Honeybees"
Much of the information is incorporated into the graphics as signs and 'billboards' on the fence."Characteristic Two-Step"
"Just Out New Two Step 'In Harvard'" (referring to something else by the composer)
"Xtra new for piano 'Dance of the Stars'" (previewed on the back cover) Copyright 1905 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
Vinton Music Pub. Co. Boston, MA
6 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. quot; X "
Condition: Fraying around the edges. Front and back covers separated. Original owner's name "Therese" written in top left corner of cover across the 'BU'.
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
Subject:Four identical Robbers (quadruplets?) with hand guns are skulking in front of a postered privacy fence - next to a lamp post (gas light?) with 4 houses back lit by a full moon. Presumably the moon is about to set, or else these thieves will find themselves in the spot light.



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"Camp Fadette" C. W. O'Connor 1906 sheet music $13 w/ S&H

"The Yale Bull-Dog" by Sheffield 1906 is on the back cover of "Camp Fadette"
March Two Step
Caroline B Nichols Conductor (photo)
by C. W. O'Connor, arr. by Fred C. Wight
Copyright 1906 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
Vogue Music Pub. Co. New London, Connecticut
6 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. 10 5/8quot; X 13 3/4"
Condition: Small tears on either side - Original owner's name "Therese" written in top left corner under 'Camp'
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
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"Coon Smiles" by Edwin S Brill 1902 - $26.00 includes S&H

"Characteristique Two Step by Edwin S. Brill"
Doty & Brill, NY, New York
Copyright 1902 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
6 pages (includes covers)
approx. 10 1/2" X 14"
Condition: Minor edge fraying. Original owner's name "Therese" penciled on front cover. Seam between front and back cover partly separated
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
Subject: African Americans--Caricatures and cartoons - This is an unfortunate genre of popular music in the United States from 1880s to 1920, that presented a racist stereotyped image of blacks.
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The Darktown Strutter's Ball 1917 -$14.00

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"The Darktown Strutters' Ball", by Shelton Brooks. Published in New York by Leo Feist 1917
Cover features the unfortunate racist stereotyped image of blacks all too common in the early 20th century
Poor Condition
Size: 10" X 13 1/2"
4 pages



I Ain't Seen No Messenger Boy by Nathan Bivins - $17.00

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I Ain't Seen No Messenger Boy", words and music by Nathan Bivins. author of " Give me my Money".
Published by Hugo V. Schlam 39 West 28th Street, New York. Copyright 1899
Fair to good Condition: has edge creases and edge tears - cover partially separated. Has seen much use See pictures
Size: 11" X 14"
4 pages + covers



Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup by Anna Sosenko featured by Hildegarde Sheet Music $16.00

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Description: This was Hildegarde's hit song. Hildegarde is possibly the first single name celebrity. Liberace credits her as an influence on his performances.
Chappell 1936
You can hear this on youtube here
Condition: Fair condition - see pictures - some soiling on upper right corner of cover. Small edge tear on cover (shows up as white in picture
Size: 9" X 12"
12 pages



1933 Sheet Music "Everything I have is Yours" Joan Crawford & Clark Gable on Cover $16.00

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Sheet Music for the movie Dancing Lady showing Joan Crawford playing the dancer Janie Barlow and Clark Gable as the rich man, Patch Gallagher, who helps her.
Lyric by Harold Adamson, Melody by Burton Lane
Robbins Music Corporation NY 1933


Condition: Clean - minor dog ear on corners
Size: 9" X 12"
6 pages



The Fantasticks Vocal Selection 1960 - $16.00

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Description: The Fantasticks - Vocal Selection Sheet music 1960
Book and lyrics by Tom Jones
Music by Harvey Schmidt
Condition: Good clean condition - upper outside corner of pages have slight crease. Small stain on back cover
Size: 9" X 12"
32 pages



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"Choral selections from Fiddler on the Roof" : for treble voices (S.S.A.) 1967 - $13 w/ S&H

Authors: Jerry Bock; Sheldon Harnick; Norman Leyden
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Sunbeam Music Corp. : Valando Music Corp. [sole selling agent], 1967.
Musical score for piano and voice 24 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. 7quot; X 10 1/2"
Condition: Good clean copy with the following exceptions: '#4' written on front cover on top right corner. Page 12 several words are crossed out and rearranged



Oliver (the Musical) Vocal Selections Songbook Sheet Music by Lionel Bart 1960 - $19.00

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Souvenir folio containing all the songs in the motion picture with photos of cast 1960
TRO Hollis Music Inc The Richmond Organization / Columbia Pictures
Good clean but used condition - scuffing on covers front to back covers have split on lower 1 1/2" of seam.
Size: 8 1/2" X 11"
48 pages



Sheet Music "Good Night Sweetheart" - Rudy Vallee 1931 - $16.00

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"Good Night Sweetheart by Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell & Reg Connelly"
"American Version by Rudy Vallee"
"Introduced in America by Rudy Vallee"
Robbins Music Corporation NY

Condition: Good condition - front and back pages are separating. pencilled initials on cover. Top right corner of cover has minor creasing. - See pictures.
Size: 9" X 12"
6 pages



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"I Never Knew I Had A Heart Until I Met You" by James Brockman 1915 $14 w/ S&H

Copyright 1915 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
Sam Fox Publishing Co. Cleveland, Ohio
6 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. 10 7/8quot; X 13 3/4"
Condition: Nice colors - fraying on edges especially of inside page. - The original owner's name is on upper right. " Edythe Bunker" (so there really was an Edith Bunker?)
Ballad - Popular song
Instrumentation for Piano and Voice
Subject: Scene is in autumn colors with a maiden in white sitting on a mossy rock on the edge of a lake. She is framed in a heart (valentine) shaped cutout. I don't see an artist's signature, but there is a W within a circle at the bottom of the heart.



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Lot of 4 Irish & Scottish songs (1903 to 1913) $18 w/ S&H


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Jigs & Reels Vol. I 1908 SOLD

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Academic Music Co 1908
62 songs - 2 to a page - divided in the index by types jigs. reels, hornpipes, flings and dances. Includes Arkansas Traveller; Wha'll be King but Charlie; Bonnie Dundee; young May Moon; Campbells are Comin' and 58 more.
Fair to clean Condition: Well used. The spine has been taped - clean copy
Size: 9" X 12"
32 pages



A Wee Deoch An Doris by Harry Lauder - $16.00

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Pub. by Harms and Francis, Day and Hunter 1912
Written by Gerald Grafton and Harry Lauder
Composed & Sung by Harry Lauder.
Cover shows 5 Harry Lauder character creations
First line: "There's a good old Scottish custom that has stood the test of time."
title translates to 'a convivial nightcap. i.e. The last drink before departing.
Good Condition: clean - small tears around perimeter.
Size: 10 1/2" X 13 1/2"
6 pages (including covers)



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Irving Berlin Sheet Music 6 piece Lot $24.00 with shipping


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Bye Bye Birdie - Vocal Selections 1963 $19.00

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1963 "Bye Bye Birdie" Sound Track Movie Sheet Music - Vocal Selections Song Book
Edwin H Morris Co. NY 1963 - 4th Printing
Pictured inside front cover Dick Van Dyke, Janet Leigh, Ann-Margret, Bobby Rydell
Pictured on pg. 22 Ed Sullivan (as himself); Janet Leigh; Maureen Stapleton and Dick Van Dyke
on page 36: a scene on the high school steps; the telephone hour; Ann-Margret and Bobby Rydell doing the twist.
Piano/vocal arrangements of 11 tunes from this Broadway favorite: Bye Bye Birdie; How Lovely to Be a Woman; The Telephone Hour; Put On a Happy Face; Honestly Sincere; Hymn for a Sunday Evening (Ed Sullivan); One Last Kiss; One Boy (Girl); Kids!; A Lot of Livin' to Do; Rosie

Fair to good Condition: well used - scuffed cover beginning to separate from back cover; stain on front cover which shows through to page 1.
Size: 9" X 12"
40 pages



Fats Waller Original Piano Conceptions 1 - $17.00

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Caricature of Fats Waller sitting at piano on cover.
Songdom's foremost popular classics interpreted by "Fats" (Thomas) Waller
Mills Music Publishers NY 1935
Contents 10 songs, showing the original published version followed by Fats' version: Dinah, Ain't Misbehavin' , Margie, Girl of My Dreams . Who's Sorry Now, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, For Me and My Gal, Just a Girl That Men Forget, Mary Lou, Sweet Mama (Papa's Getting Mad)

Condition: between fair to good. Front and back covers and pages 1-2 & 31-32 have separated. remnants of yellowed tape on covers - frayings and signs of much use.
Size: 9" X 12"
32 pages



Grease: A New '50's Rock'n' Roll Musical - Vocal Chorus Book 1972 - $19.00

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Grease: A New '50's Rock'n' Roll Musical
by Jim Jacobs, Warren Casey
Vocal Chorus Book
Published date listed 1972
Samuel French publisher
Condition: Good clean condition Size: 7" X 10"
68 pages



Vocal Selections Tom Sawyer 1973 Movie Musical - SOLD

Reader's Digest Presents, A Musical Adaption of Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer, Vocal Selections Paperback – 1973
Music & Lyrics by Richard & Robert Sherman
Songs:
River Song, Tom Sawyer, Gratification, How Come?, A Man's Gotta Be (What He's Born To Be), If'n I Was God, Freebootin'!, Aunt Polly's Soliloquy, Hannibal Mo-(Zouree), songbook includes movie images and story outline, biographies.
Condition: Good condition. Crease on top right corner of cover. back is scuffed etc. Clean inside.
Size: 8 7/8" X 11 3/4"
63 pages



The Trolley Song Sheet Music w/ Judy Garland 1944 - $16.00

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Description: Words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane

M-G-M's Meet Me in St. Louis starring Judy Garland (on cover)
Beautiful headshot of Judy Garland in a blue-ish grey. Song & Film description on a pink red quarter note.
Condition: Good cover - Clean inside - slight edge tear near bottom starting 1/8" on front cover and growing to 1/2" on back cover
Size: 9 1/8" X 12 1/4"
10 pages



They Call The Wind Maria Sheet Music - $14.00

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Description:
They Call The Wind Maria - Lyrics by Jay Lerner - Music by Frederick Loewe
song from Paint Your Wagon
Chappell & Co. NY 1951
Cover art of Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood and Jean Seberg
Condition: Some staining (see pictures) - corners slightly curled - crease on back cover lower left corner
Size: 9" X 12"
6 pages



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"Jack Rabbit Rag" by Donald Garcia 1910- SOLD

Copyright 1910 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
Vandersloot Music Publishing Co. Williamsport, PA
4 (of 6) pages (no back cover)
Size: approx. 10 1/2quot; X 13 1/2"
Condition: Great art work on cover - cover has creases and tears but still suitable for framing. - Grace is written inside the R of Rabbit - Music sellers stamp at rabbit's back feet
Piano sheet music - no lyrics
Subject: Cover art by W.J. Dittmar - Winter scene - A hunter is staring in a hollow log with his rifle ready to shoot. A jack rabbit (hare) is dancing away - backlit by a rising full moon. Bugs Bunny has nothing on this guy. Colors are orange, black, and white. This would look great framed. Perfessor Bill Edwards offers a description of the music as well as an audio file at his website.



The Little Red Fox Sheet Music w/ Kay Kyser - $17.00

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Description: The Little Red Fox w/ Kay Kyser (N'Ya N'Ya Ya Can't Catch Me)
Lyrics by James Kern, Hy Heath and Johnny Lange. Music by Lew Porter
An RKO Picture Kay Kyser (pictured on cover) & Adolphe Menjou in That's Right You're Wrong
Condition: Good Clean Condition - slight edge tear on page 3/4 and another on back cover - see pictures
Size: 9 1/8" X 12 1/8"
6 pages



Sheet Music "Mitzi in Sari" 1932 SOLD

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Description: "Eugen Endry Presents Mitzi in Sari" (Der Zigeunerprimas)
A picture of Mitzi (Mitzi Hajos - Ziegfield star 1889 - 1970 Connecticut, USA ) is on the cover. Der Zigeunerprimas (The Gypsy Band Leader, known as Sari and The Gypsy Virtuoso in English speaking countries) is a three act operetta, which was composed by Emmerich Kálmán. This sheet music copyright 1932. Music only
Condition: Fair to good condition - mild staining - see pictures - cover separated.
Size: 9" X 12"
15 pages



Vocal Selections From OKLAHOMA! by Rodgers & Hammerstein $17.00

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Description: Vocal Selection From Oklahoma! Music by Richard Rodgers.Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd
Contents: Oklahoma; Many A New Day; The Surrey With Fringe On Top; Oh, What A Beautiful Morning; People Will Say We're In Love; Out Of My Dreams; I Can't Say No
Williamson Music, De Sylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc. NY Copyright 1943 (no publishing date shown.)
Cover illustrated by Barbelle See Bio. It shows Curly & Laurey (presumably modeled by Gordon McRae & Shirley Jones) riding in the Surrey with the fringe on top. Behind them is a farm and the background is orange. The centerfold had Movie Photos

Condition: good used condition. Front to back cover has been taped together on the inside. the cover binding has some fraying. The front cover has the retailers stamp inked in the center of the cover, and there's a water stain just below the fringe on the back of the wagon. The back cover has a label stuck to it on the bottom
Size: 9" X 12"
32 pages



The Remick Collection of Popular Song with Ukulele Accompaniment 1926 - $19.00 Sheet Music

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Description: "The Remick Collection of Popular Song with Ukulele Accompaniment (Simplified Form ) No. 7"
Jerome H Remick & Co. New York, Detroit 1926
Cover art by Starmer

Condition: Fair to Good - Clean inside - there is some mild staining on outer pages. Some small critter chewed the lower right corner of book. See pictures
Size: 9 1/8" X 12 1/4"
31 pages



Ciribiribin & Too Romantic - 2 Sheet Musics w/ Bing Crosby - $17.00

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2 titles featuring Bing Crosby:
Ciribiribin They're So In Love - Based on the Original Melody by A. Pestalozza
English Version by Harry James and Jack Lawrence
Recorded by Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters with Joe Venuti's Orchestra on Decca Record
Paramount Music Corporation NY 1939
On front cover are Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters with Joe Venuti. On back cover is a picture and biography of Harry James
Good condition minor scratches on cover and minor fold on lower right corner.
8 pages

Too Romantic Crosby
Words by Johnny Burke Music By James Monaco
featuring Bing Crosby in The Road to Singapore with Dorothy Lamour and Bob Hope
Paramount
Very Good condition - 4 pages

Sizes: 9" X 12"
8 & 4 pages



2 Bing Crosby songs - Sheet Music "Pennies from Heaven" . . . $16.00

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Description: Bing Crosby is on cover of both sheets:
1936 "Pennies From Heaven" by John Burke and Arthur Johnston
from the Columbia motion picture

1933 "Love in Bloom" by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger

Condition: some creases and minor tears - see pictures
Size: 9" X 12"
6 pages each



Over There Sheet Music Norman Rockwell Cover Art 1918 - $35.00

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"Over There" sheet music by George M. Cohan With both English and French text as sung by Enrico Caruso Norman Rockwell drawing on cover (photo copyright 1918 Life Publishing Co.) A 1918 reprint of Life magazine cover of January 31, 1918 titled: Soldiers Singing by the Campfire.
Fair Condition (see pics)
Size: 10 1/2" X 13 1/2"
4 pages



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Military Sheet Music Lot (1901 to 1908) 4 pieces - SOLD

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3 WWI Military Songs - Tipperary et al - $17.00

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Three WWI military songs: "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary" ; "If I Had A Son for Each Star In Old Glory ; Over There (Nora Bayes)

The Song They Sing as They March Along: "It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary" 1912 Fair to Good condition. Creases on corners. 8 pages. Size: 10 1/2" X 13 5/8"

"If I Had A Son for Each Star In Old Glory (Uncle Sam I'd Give Them All To You) 1917 Wow - Title says it all. what a patriotic sentiment
Fair condition - 4 pages. Size: 10 1/2" X 13 1/2"

Over There - Featuring Nora Bayes posing in stylized 18th Century Red White And Blue uniform 1917
Poor Condition - 4pages. 10 1/2" X 13 1/2"



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World War I Sheet Music 2 pieces (Somewhere in France & Hot Time) $17.00 w/ S&H

Historical, military and patriotic songs. Comic Vintage Sheet Music WWI



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World War I Cover Art / Sheet Music lot of 2 items (Break News & Long Way) $19

Historical, military and patriotic songs for World War I.



The Army Air Corps - Official Song Sheet music - $14.00

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Description:
"The Army Air Corps" by Robert Crawford 1939 & 1942
Official Song of the Air Corps
Has "For Victory Buy War Bonds" printed son cover.
Condition: Good - Owner's name on cover and ink stamp of music store also on cover - pages separated.
Size: 9" X 12"
6 pages



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World WarI & II 6 piece lot $17 w/ S&H

They're all approx. 10 1/2" X 13 1/2". Except for Army Air Corps(9X12) & Spirit of Liberty (9 1/4 X 12 1/4) Examine the photos. They're rough on the edges, selling them as is, but look nice. Historical, military and patriotic songs.


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"At The Yidisher Ball" by McCarthy & Piani 1912 - $13 w/ S&H

Lyrics by Joe McCarthy; Music by Harry Piani
Copyright 1912 (Actual publication/printing may be later)
Leo Feist publisher NY, New York
6 pages (includes covers)
Size: approx. 10 1/2quot; X 13 1/2"
Condition: small folds and creases around the edges - pages are separated.
Vocal and Piano sheet music
Cover features photo of Mr. Al Abbott The Prince of Song. Graphics have an Art nouveau influence.
Subject: Jewish / Ethnic groups



Vintage Eli Eli Sheet music Cantor Rosenblatt Yiddish & English $14.00

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Description: As arranged and Sung by Cantor Josef Rosenblatt (pictured on Cover)
framed inside design of oval window surrounded by Stars of David
The back cover has an ad for Sunshine Kosher cookies in yiddish.
Condition: fair condition - some tearing
Size: 8 3/4" X 11 1/2"
6 pages



The Seven Golden Buttons: A Legend With Music by Judith K. and Ira Eisenstein 1947 $25.00

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Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation NY, 1947 - 2nd printing
spiral bound wraps
Music and lyrics

The Seven Golden Buttons is an old Hasidic tale that has often been retold. This dramatization is based on Meyer Levin's version which appeared in his "Golden Mountain".

Judith Kaplan Eisenstein was an author, composer, and musicologist. Coincidentally she is reportedly the first young woman to celebrate a Bat Mitzvah publicly in an American congregation on March 18, 1922.
Rabbi Ira Eisenstein one of the founders of American Reconstructionist Judaism, Reconstructionist Judaism formally became a distinct denomination within Judaism with the foundation of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in 1968, where he was the founding president.

Good used condition. The cover has some smudged marking and the American flag was a sticker, which could probably be removed without much difficulty
9 1/2" X 12 1/2"
40 pages



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Vintage 1967 Sidney Poitier "To Sir With Love" song album sheet music 12 songs - SOLD

12 songs
32 pages
8 1/2" X 11"
Inside is clean. Cover is scuffed as seen in pictures. Souvenir Song Album sheet music for the movie Columbia Pictures Presents Sidney Poitier in James Clavell's Production of  "To Sir, With Love" 1967
A Keys Pops Publication
Copyright 1967
Piano sheet music with lyrics
Cast included Lulu who acted and played the title song and The Mindbenders who play the band in the movie and perform their songs "Off and Running" and "It's Getting Harder All the Time".

Other songs are: A Classical Lesson; The Funeral; Perhaps I Could Tidy Your Desk; Potter'Loss of Temper in Gym; Stealing My Love from Me; Thackeray Loses Temper, Gets an Idea; Thackeray and Denham box in gym; Thackeray meets Faculty, Then Alone; Thackeray Reads Letter About Job



1937 Sheet Music "Whistle While You Work" w/ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs on cover - $15.00

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Description: Classic Disney illustration showing the 7 dwarfs as the band with Snow White singing.
Music from the original movie release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937
Words and Music by Morey and Churchill

Condition: Good clean condition - there's a little bit of color on the cover from another piece of sheet music that must have sat next to it in the piano bench.
Size: 9" X 12"



One Song from Snow White - $15.00

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Description: Classic Disney illustration showing the 7 dwarfs as the band with Snow White singing.
Music from the original movie release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937 Words and Music by Morey and Churchill
Condition: Clean front cover. Staining on the bottom of back cover - see pics
Size: 9 1/8" X 12"



The Pixie's Carnival by Arthur L. Brown 1906 - $16.00

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Description:The Pixie's Carnival by Arthur L. Brown 1906
for solo piano. Cover is graced with a pair of dancing pixies and a pixie minstrel
BF Wood Music London 1906
Condition: Fair Condition some staining and writing on cover plus stickers added on page 3. see pictures
Size: 9 1/4" X 12 1/4"
6 pages



Favorite Songs of Famous Hill Billies 1934 - $21.00

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New and original favorite songs of famous hill billies.
30 songs
"Featured by famous hill billy groups of radio, stage and screen."
"Songs of heart and home, romance, pathos and comedy."
"Songs arranged for tenor banjo, guitar and ukulele."
Bibo Lang Publishers NY 1934
Cover illustration by Barbette shows a silhouetted cowboy sitting on his horse singing and strumming his guitar while overlooking a valley with a country home.
Featured bands (with photos and personnel): Stuart Hamblen's Covered Wagon Jubilee (Radio Station KMTR Hollywood CA), The Sierra Mountaineers, The Oudeans Hill Billy Boys.
Song list includes: Blue Ribbon Band; Brave Little Mother; Just a Photograph; Lily Lucy Lane; Old Nevada Home; The Red Ear of Corn; Sunset in the Hills . . .
Fair to Good Condition: shows plenty of use. some markings inside. a few tears and tape on bottom of page 1-2
Size: 9" X 12"
64 pages



Zephyrs From Melodyland - 1926 - $22.00

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Twelve Tuneful Pieces for Piano by C. W. Krogmann Opus 15
Delightful cover art showing 2 elfen eared pages on either side framing a sketch of kingdom and castle in the background (reminiscent in layout, though not in execution to work by Maxfield Parrish) - Back cover shows Pan playing his pipes under a full moon with 3 fairies listening.
G Schirmer Inc. 1926
Some of these songs are still quite delightful to listen to and play - I found a duet playing Santa's Helpers on youtube, which I believe to be the same song of Santa Claus Guards.
Song Titles:
The Little Prince (Tho' I'm a prince, I like to dance Whenever I Can get a chance)
Santa Claus Guards (We're the guards of Santa Claus, All bedecked in frosted lace! Get your stockings ready dears, Mended well, and hung in place.
The Rainbow Fairy (mazurka) (Poising on the rainbow bright, Fairies red and green and blue; Soon you will be put to flight, With the sunbeams chasing you.
Leola Waltz; Primrose Dance; The Little Patriot March; The Pony Race; Vesper Bells; The Merry Bobolink; Evening Song; The Robin's Lullaby
Good Condition: clean inside. markings on cover
Size: 9" X 12"
27 pages



Four American Indian Songs Cadman Opus 45 - $19.00

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2 Copies - one for High Voice and one for Low Voice - they are in different keys rather than for different harmonizing parts. For ex. - From the Land of the Sky Blue Water is key of B-flat (has 2 flats) for high voice. The same song is key of G-flat (6 flats) for low voice)
Brown wrappers
Four American Indian songs - Founded on Tribal Melodies
Harmonized and Elaborated by Charles Wakefield Cadman
Poems by Nelle Richmond Eberhart

White-Smith Music Publ. Co. Boston - Copyright 1909
Fair Condition: complete and clean but there are page tears and covers have damage - one has separated - see pictures.
Size: 9 1/2 " X 12 3/4"
29 pages each



From the Land of Sky-blue Water - $15.00

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From the Land of Sky-blue Water (Omaha Tribal Melody collected by Alice Fletcher)
Founded on A Tribal Melody
Poem by Nelle Richmond Eberhart
Music by Charles Wakefield Cadman Opus 45, No. 1
key of B-flat (has 2 flats)
White-Smith Music Publ. Co. Boston - Copyright 1909
Fair to Good clean condition - has some creasing, covers are separating - small tear on back cover (hinge side)
Size: 10 1/2" X 13 3/4"
7 pages (including covers)



Popular Dance Folio No. 2 1908 - $16.00

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Description: Illustrated cover shows stylish couples dancing in a grand ballroom scene.
"Contains Barn Dances, Waltzes, Two Step, Marches Lanciers, etc."
Condition: Good condition - showing normal wear. See Pics
Size: 9 1/4" X 12"
48 pages



2 Early 20th Century Sheet Music Catalogs 1912 , 1919 - $28.00

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Catalogue No. 31 Sheet Music and Music Books
A Complete List of the Famous McKinley 10 Cent Music Chicago / New York
Nice color print on cover of violin and piano playing a duet
Cover is darker on hinge side and upper right corner has a crease. Back cover has small creases and tears along edge and top.
48 pages. 8 1/4" X 11" stapled paper cover booklet. The inside paper is very thin and a uniform brown. - overall good condition with a few minor creases.

ALSO

Complete Catalog of Century Edition (circa 1919)
24 pages stapled
approx. 7" X 10"
Clean - owner's name penciled on cover small missing piece on front cover top right

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1880 Musical Herald Vol I No. 1&2 Boston, MA - $43.00

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Description: Eben Tourgee, founder of the New England Conservatory of Music, began the Boston Musical Herald as its organ in 1880. Rare

Vol I No. 1 Boston (MA), January 1980 Biography and 5 illustrations of Handel (3 pages) Music: The Old Trysting Tree; Menuet Celebre (Boccherini) O Lord, My God Several pages of ads, especially of pianos and organs - back cover top half page Estey Organ

Page iii of the first issue describes the magazine:
"A new magazine of 28 large quarto pages, will be published monthly and will occupy a field in musical literature which has hitherto been left unoccupied. It will be devoted to the best interest of the art which gives it its name and will present such features as will make it of the greatest value to teachers, students and all lovers of music . . .
"Original contributions - Translations . . . of articles by eminent German, French, Italian and others;
"Foreign Letters from able correspondents . . .
"Able Criticisms;
"Reviews
"Illustrated sketches of the lives of the eminent composers . . .
"A Serial Story by Charcles Barnard (through the first of several numbers) . . .
"Church Music . . .
"Eight pages of Music . . ."

Vol I No. 2 Boston (MA), February 1980 Biography and 5 illustrations concerning John(sic) Sebastian Bach Music: To A River; If Ye Love Me, Keep My Commandments; Russian National Hymn (Lvoff) Several pages of ads, several of pianos and organs; ads for; the Wilson Adjustable Invalid Self-Propelling Chair; The Comfort Corset; The Smith American Organ Co. (back cover bottom half).
Condition: Both copies are in good condition, with some minor exceptions. The spine on Vol I no.1 has been retaped. Back cover of this one is missing some chips along the edge. The corners of both have minor creases, tears and possibly nibbles. Hopefully the pictures will show all.
Size: 9 3/4" X 12 3/4"
24 + viii pages for each issue



Musical Record Boston, July 22, 1882 - $16.00

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Description: Weekly newspaper Published every Saturday by Oliver Ditson & Co.
Number 199
Contents include:
"To Marie Roze," by Longfellow. (In the winter of 1877, Longfellow was among those who heard Marie Roze sing while in America, and he wrote "To Marie Roze," which was originally published in the New York Post. Longfellow died March 1882 and it seems fitting that his poem To Marie Roze is featured in this July 22, 1882 Musical Record.
A portrait and brief biography of the cornetist Walter Emerson
some music puns in a column Titled Sharps and Flats
a listing and description of performances from various states
letters to the editor; professional cards of performers and teachers; advertisements and 2 musical pieces. The back cover has half page ad for the The New England Conservatory of Music
Condition: Good Condition
Size: 9 1/2" X 12 3/4"
20 pages - 733 to 752



2 Issues Ev'ry Month Magazine 1901 Music Song and Story $23.00

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Description: Ev'ry Month , 32 Pages of New Music Song and Story. These magazines have covers suitable for framing ; short stories; gossip, essays, theatrical reviews, fashion; special offer for stylish dress patterns; 14 pages of sheet music .

September 1901 Vol XII No. 6
Cover shows a bathing beauty posing in front of the ocean illustrated by ACJ Albert
Burr McIntosh photograph of Joseph Jefferson Buzzard's Bay Massachusetts
an article on Kansas State Park; montage of stage performers
advertisements including Korona Long Focus Cameras; The Stayin Hairpin; the Oneita elastic ribbed Union suit; Mennen's Powder; The Clinton Safety Pin; and a full page ad for Heinz with 2 pickles designed for a giant letter H

February 1902 Vol. XIII No. 5
Full page photo of Mrs. Fiske (in "The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch"); montage of House interiors; Full page add for Lifebuoy soap
Condition: Good clean condition. minor soiling, wear along edges. See pictures
Size: 10" X 12 3/4"
32 pages each



23 All Star Famous Songs 1944 - $16.00

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Complete songs for voice and piano with guitar diagrams and chords.
Broadway Music Corporation 1944
Back cover "For Defense Buy United States Savings Bonds" ad.
23 songs
Put Your Arms Around Me Honey
You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)
I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time
When You're A Long, Long Way From Home
I Used To Love You (But It's All Over Now)
My Little Girl
Oh By Jingo
Just Around The Corner
Be Still My Heart
Dapper Dan
Give Me The Moonlight, Give Me The Girl
Muddy Water
Don't Let Your Love Go Wrong
Oh! Frenchy
There's A Little Lane Without A Turning (On The Way To Home Sweet Home)
I'm The Lonesomest Gal In Town
Sweet Emalina, My Gal
Too Tired
You're In Kentucky, Sure As You're Born
When Old Bill Bailey Plays The Ukulele
I Miss You Most Of All
Believe It, Beloved
Take Me Up With You Dearie

Condition: Front cover: Owners name on cover. Music house stamp and original price sticker. minor creasing on bottom corner. Back cover light stain or soiling. Clean inside. One page dog-eared.
Size: 9" X 12"
50 pages



Tannhauser March - Richard Wagner $16.00

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From the Richard Wagner opera "Tannhauser", by G. Lange, revised by Irving Burdick.
Instrumental - early 1900's
De Luxe Music Co. NY
Cover art by EH Pfeiffer
Fair to good Condition: cover and pages have separated; owner's name on front cover; small bit of top back cover torn off.
Size: 10 5/8" X 13 5/8"
10 pages (counting covers)



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