Finding Aid for Hunleth Music Store Sheet Music and Photograph Collection, ca. 1880-1986 | The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

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Collection Overview

Title: Hunleth Music Store Sheet Music and Photograph Collection, ca. 1880-1986Add to your cart.

ID: 12/9/123

Primary Creator: Hunleth Music Company (1901-1974)

Extent: 39.5 cubic feet

Arrangement:

Organized in ten series: Series 1: Autographed Prints, ca. 1880-1950; Series 2: School Wind Band Music Octavos, ca. 1880-1970; Series 3: Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books, 1888-1969; Series 4: Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books, 1900-1960; Series 5: Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Music and Method Books, 1898-1970; Series 6: Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1891-1969; Series 7: Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books; Series 8: Gibson School of Music Records, 1889-1937; Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books. Series 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 are organized in two sub-series within each series, Sub-series 1: Sheet Music and Sub-series 2: Method Books. Content of all Series 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 arranged alphabetically with untitled materials at the beginning. Series 8: Gibson Music School is organized alphabetically by title for sheet music and method books. Correspondence, advertisement, and minutes have been placed at the beginning. Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books is organized alphabetically by composer. Series 10: Silent Film Sheet Music arranged in numerical order as assigned by the Hunleth Music Co.

The original order is no longer evident, except for Series 10. Series containing music have been structured to mimic a music store model in which sheet music and method books are separated by principal instrument. Series order listed in order of processing.

Date Acquired: 02/01/1974

Subjects: Accordion, Autoharp music, Bands (Music), Banjo music, Business Records, Correspondence, Guitar music, Hawaiian guitar music, Mandolin music, Music stores, Photographs, Teaching Methods, Zither music

Formats/Genres: Sheet music

Languages: English, Russian, German, Spanish;Castilian, Italian, French

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Consists of unsold published sheet music and method books that were part of the Hunleth Music Company (St. Louis, MO)'s unsold stock when the store closed in 1974. It documents the types of published music typically sold to musicians and band ensembles in the U.S. Midwest during the first half of the 20th century. Also includes a small number of collector photographs documenting Midwestern classical music and opera performers at the turn of the 20th century and records related to local music teacher Robert Lehrmann (1879-1948) and the Gibson School of Music (1889-1937).

The University of Illinois purchased nearly 750,000 pieces of unsold sheet music and unsold 78-rpm sound recordings after the Hunleth Music Co.'s closure in 1974. This collection reflects only a portion of the store's unsold inventory.

Biographical Note

After 27 years as proprietor of the Standard Pulley & Foundry, Frank J. Hunleth, sold his shares in the company and opened the Hunleth Music Company in 1901, at the encouragement of his son, Joseph F. Hunleth. Frank J. Hunleth purchased a building located at 9 South Broadway, Saint Louis, Missouri, which was previously owned and occupied by A. T. Walo's Music Company. In 1908, Frank J. Hunleth's sons, Joseph F. Hunleth and Alois J. Hunleth, assumed management of the store. The Hunleth Music Co. moved to a larger building at 516 Locust Street in 1915, where it remained for nearly 40 years. Joseph F. Hunleth traveled to Europe yearly to buy music and instruments for the Hunleth Music Co., introducing Midwest musicians to music published outside the country. He bought sheet music in such a high volume that U.S. publishers would show him scores before deciding whether to publish them to guarantee sales. After the Locust building was purchased by First National Bank in 1952, the store moved to 415 North Broadway, where it remained until it closed in 1974. Joseph and Alois Hunleth operated the company as partners until Alois's death from a heart attack in 1959. Joseph continued to operate the company as sole owner until his death in 1968, when ownership of the company passed to Joseph's widow, Violet B. Hunleth. She retained ownership until the company's closure in 1974. The building housing the music company was demolished to make way for the Mercantile Center between 1975-1979, a redevelopment project that was never completed.

The Hunleth Music Company's store consisted of five floors of music instruments and sheet music, making it an important hub for the music trade in the Midwest. Hunleth Music Co. also dealt in rare instruments and specialized in imported violins from makers in Germany, Italy, and France. It carried Victor, Columbia, and Brunswick sound recordings; Victorolas; and radiolas; and it had its own radio department, indicating that the store not only served musicians but also music listeners. The store also sold tickets for concerts and performances for acts like Bily May and Count Basie at the Casa-Loma Ballroom in Saint Louis connecting the store to St. Louis local music scene. Hunleth Music Co. was the gathering site for musicians both unknown and well-known, such as Fritz Kreisler, Jascha Heifetz, Mischa Elman, Yehudi Menuhim, and Rudolph Ganz. According to a long-time employee, it had "the gemutlicheit of the easy-going business" that attracted customers to the "wonderful family-like organization." In its heyday the Hunleth Music Co. held over a million copies of sheet music and the largest collection of 78-rpm sound recordings in St. Louis.

Subject/Index Terms

Accordion
Autoharp music
Bands (Music)
Banjo music
Business Records
Correspondence
Guitar music
Hawaiian guitar music
Mandolin music
Music stores
Photographs
Teaching Methods
Zither music

Administrative Information

Repository: The Sousa Archives and Center for American Music

Acquisition Source: J. F. Hunleth Music Store.

Acquisition Method: Purchase of unsold stock upon closure of the J. F. Hunleth Music Store, 415 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri. The band octavos were transferred from the Press Building basement to the Center in November 2017, and the banjo, mandolin, Hawaiian and steel guitar, zither, and autoharp sheet music was transferred from the Press Building on April 16, 2018. The accordion, bandonian, and concertina sheet music and method books were transferred from the Press Building on December 6, 2018. The silent movie music was transferred from the Press Building on January 8, 2019.


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[Series 1: Autographed prints, ca. 1880-1950],
[Series 2: School Wind Band Music Octavos, ca. 1880-1970],
[Series 3: Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books, 1888-1969],
[Series 4: Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books, 1900-1960],
[Series 5: Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1898-1970],
[Series 6: Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1891-1969],
[Series 7: Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books, 1894-1965],
[Series 8: Gibson School of Music Records, 1889-1937],
[Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books, 1893-1986],
[Series 10: Silent Film Sheet Music, 1881-1931],
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Series 1: Autographed prints, ca. 1880-1950Add to your cart.
Consists of collector photographs, many in original prints, documenting American music, especially Midwestern opera and classical performers. Many of the prints were acquired by a Mrs. Eleanor Stetson, and many feature autographs by the individuals photographed and dedicatory messages to Mrs. Stetson. Also consists of publicity prints of musicians and musical films.
Box 1: PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Autographed prints (1 of 4), ca. 1880-1937Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Autographed prints (2 of 4), ca. 1880-1937Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Autographed prints (3 of 4), ca. 1880-1937Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Autographed prints (4 of 4), ca. 1880-1937Add to your cart.
Box 2: Publicity printsAdd to your cart.
Folder 1: Publicity prints for musicians and musical films, ca. 1920-1950Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Paper copies of prints and mounted prints, ca. 1920-1950Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Publicity prints, ca. 1890-1920Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Publicity prints and pencil drawings of performers, ca. 1880-1920Add to your cart.
Series 2: School Wind Band Music Octavos, ca. 1880-1970Add to your cart.
Consists of published school wind band music octavo series of octavos publshed by largely mid-west and east-coast music publishers between 1880 and 1970.  The octavo series are arranged alphabetically by the title of the music series, and descriptions of the music selections within each series are listed in the order that they were published within each series.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Item 1: Academy Band Book, UndatedAdd to your cart.
Composers include J. J. Richards, Taylor Innis, George Schreeb, Jose Rameriz, and Joseph John. Parts. Pieces include: 1. March "Side by Side"; 2. March "Bestir"; 3. Waltz "Carol Lou"; 4. We Want a Touchdown; 5. Spanish Serenade "In Old Castle"; 6. "Monmouth" March; 7. Serenade "Moonbeams"; 8. "Fellowship" March; 9. Indian Intermezzo "Chief Clear Sky"; 10. Conclave March; 11. "Lorene" Waltz; 12. Intermezzo; 13. Serenade "At Dusk"; 14. Overture "Kanopolis"; 15. Overture "Spectator"; 16. March "The Get Away." Published by Jenkins Music Company, Kansas City, Mo.
Item 2: Aces of the Air, UndatedAdd to your cart.
Sixteen Original Compostions for Band by Ed Chenette. Condensed Score and Parts. Pieces include: 1. America First (March); 2. Slippery Weather (March); 3. The Solo Flight (Waltz); 4. Into the Sunset (Waltzes); 5. The Dixie Flyer (March); 6. A Bumpy Landing (Galop); 7. The Take-off (March); 8. Chief of the Air (Indian Novelty); 9. Beneath the Stars (Novelette); 10. The Beacon (March); 11. Pilots and Planes (Overture); 12. The Air Patrol; 13. Comrades of the Air (Novelty); 14. Over the Mountains (March); 15. Scouts of the Sky (Overture); 16. The Storms and Stars (Concert March). Published by G. Schirmer, Inc., New York
Item 3: Action Band Course, 1955Add to your cart.
By R. Grady Brown. Two Parts. Includes 14 Lessons. Published by Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., New York
Item 4: Airs of All Lands, ca. 1889Add to your cart.

Compiled by John Philip Sousa.  Parts. Pieces included (by country, with composer where indicated): United States of America: Hail Columbia (Fyles); Star Spangled Banner; Red, White, and Blue (Shaw); Yankee Doodle; Hail to the Chief; Washington's March; Angel of Peace (Keller); Columbia (Gilmore); God Save our President (Winner); God Save our President (Janvier-Benkert); Hail to our Banner (Millard); My Country 'Tis of Thee; Abyssinia: Song of the Kingsom of Shoa and Song of the Southern Gallas; Afghanistan: Takhmi; Apache Indians: Ma-Ma-Mime Ga-Ga; Arabia: Mizmouna; Argentine Republic National Song; Armenia: Nor Oghchioon, Orje Nees; Austria: God Preserve the Emperor (Haydn), Oh! Thou My Austria (Suppe); Bavaria National and Patriotic songs; Belgium: La Brabanconne; Bengal: Kutch Kewhana; Berar Song of the Deccan; Bohemia: War Song of the Hussites; Bolivia: Bolivia Nos el ha (Vencentte); Bosnia: Mountains Bathed in Morning Light; Brazil: National Air Song; Bulgaria: Maritza; Burmah: Kayah Than; Canada: Viva la Canadienne; Carinthia: Our Valley; Carniola: My Home to the East by Croatia is Bounded; Cashmere, Air; Celebes Island, Song; Chile: National Air song; China: The World's Delight, Patriotic Song, and Woo le Wah; Croatia: Patriotic Air Song; Costa Rica: De la Patria (Gutierrez); Cuba: La Bayamesa, Zapateo Cubano, and La Territorial (Saumell); Dalecarlia: Brave of Heart and Warriors Bold; Dalmatia: Daylight Now Dawns; Denmark: King Christian Stood Beside the Mast (Hartman); Eduador: Salve, Oh Patria; Egypt: National Air Song; Fiji Islands: Autiko Mai Na; Finland: Tho' from Poets; France: La Marseillaise (D'Isle); German Empire: Heil di im Siegerkranz, and Die Wacht am Rhein (Wilhelm); Great Brittain and Ireland: God Save the Queen and Rule Britannia (Arne); Greece: National Song, Royal March, Sons of Greece, Come Arise; Guatemala: Guatemala en tu Limfria Bandera (Alvarez); Hawaii: Hawaii Ponoi (Berger); Hindustan: Air song; Holland: Wilhelmus Van Nassauwen, Wien Neerlandsch; Hungary: Swear, Hungarian, by Thy Country; Ireland: Oh, for the Swords of Former Times, The Minstrel Boy, The Harp that Once Through Tara's Hall; Italy: Royal March, La Nocca de tre Colure, Alarmi (Garibaldi's Hymn); Japan: Fou So Ka, Imygayo; Java: Surunj Dayuni; Lapland: Reindeer, Galop Fast; Malta: Diaisi Maltese; Mexico: Mexicanos, al Gritto de Guerra; Norway: National Anthem, Sonner af Norge; Nukahivah: Song; Panama: Canto Patriotico Istmeno; Persia: National Air Song; Puru: National Air Song; Pfalz: the Hunter of the Palatinate; Poland: Brothers, Poland is in Need! (Sowinski); Polynesia: Song; Portugal: National Air Song; Prussia: Heil di im Siegerkranz, and I am a Prussian; Rome: The Pope's Hymn (Rossini); Roumania: National Anthem; Russia: Lord, God, Preserve the Czar (Svoff), High the Cossack's Heart is Bounding, The Cossacks; Salzburg: Schadahupfl; Salvador: Saludemos la Patria (Aberle); Samoa: Esia Samoa; San Marino: La Sammarinese; Saxony: National Anthem; Schleswig-Holstein: Schleswig-Holstein Meerumschlungen (Bellman); Scotland: Scots, Wha Ha'e, Servia: Rise, Servians, Rise; Siam: National Anthem: Spain: Hymnede Riego (Hueria), and Royal March; Styria: The Lofty Mountains; Sweden: National Anthem; Switzerland: National Anthem; Traman: Aroo Group; Turkey: Azizie, Once the Sultan (Redgeb Pasha); Tyrol: Andreas Hofer: Uruguay: Patriotic Song; Vancouver Indians: Waichee; Venezuela: National Song; Wales: March of the Men of Harlech; Waldeck: National Song; Wallachia: Patriotic Air Song (Nicholas Filipesco); Wurtembert: National Anthem; Zamboanga/Malaysia: Song; Zanzibar: National Song.

Published by Carl Fischer, Cooper Square, New York

Item 5: Air Waves (March), UndatedAdd to your cart.
Composed and arranged by J. Olivadoti. Full Band Parts. Published by Music Products Corporation, Chicago, Ill.
Item 6: Album of National Anthems, Hymns, and Patriotic Songs, ca. 1893Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include (by country): America: Hail Columbia, The Star Spangled Banner, Yankee Doodle, Columbia the Gem of the Ocean, My Country 'tis of Thee; Maryland My Maryland, Marching Through Georgia, Dixie's Land, and Hail to the Chief; Bavaria: Heil Unserm Konig, Heil; Belgium: La Brabanconne; Bohemia: National Hymn; Denmark: King Christian; France: La Marseillaise, Partant Pour la Syrie; Great Britain: God Save the Queen, Rule Britannia; Greece: National Hymn; Holland: Mien Neerlandsch Bloed; Hungary: Rakoczy March; Ireland: The Minstrel Boy, Killarney, St. Patrick's Day; Italy: Garibaldi Hymn, Marcia Reale Italiana; Mexico: National Air Song; Norway: Sonner of Norge; Poland: Patriotic Song; Portugal: National Hymn; Russia: God Save Our Noble Czar; Spain: Hymne de Riego, and The Royal March; Scotland: The Blue Bells of Scotland, and The Campbells are Comin'; Sweden: National Hymn; Switzerland: Rufst Du, Mein Vaterland; Turkey: National March. Published by Carl Fischer, New York
Item 7: The Alexander March Book, UndatedAdd to your cart.
By Russell Alexander. Pieces include: 1. Burr's Triumphal March; 2. The Crimson Flush March; 3. Belford's Parts; 4. International Vaudeville March; 5. From Tropic to Tropic March; 6. Olympia Hippodrome March; 7. Rival Rovers March; 8. Across the Atlantic March; 9. Memphis the Majestic March; 10. Colossus of Columbia March; 11. Embossing the Emblem March; 12. Patriot of the Potomac March; 13. The Exposition Four March; 14. Salute to Seattle March; 15. The Cantonians; 16. March - The Southerner.  Published by C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, Iowa, U.S.A.
Item 8: Alha Band Book, The, UndatedAdd to your cart.
Original compositions for band, written and arranged by Al Hayes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Courier; 2. The Black Mask; 3. The Glencoe; 4. The Monitor; 5. The Herald; 6. Sinfonia; 7. The Merrimac; 8. Go to It; 9. Las Flores; 10. Clovernook; 11. Vivian; 12. Pond Lillies; 13. Juliet; 14. Organ Echoes; 15. Evening Breezes; 16. Gibraltar. Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 9: Al Hayes Band Book, UndatedAdd to your cart.
Original compositions for band, written and arranged by Al Hayes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Under Arms; 2. Peace and Prosperity; 3. Cradle of Liberty March; 4. Good Citizenship; 5. The Old Oaken Bucket; 6. Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep; 7. Old Kentucky Home; 8. Southern Pastime; 9. Mariana; 10. Queen of May; 11. Fall Roses; 12. Emerald Waltzes; 13. Inspiration; 14. Dew Drops Mazurka. Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 10: Allah's Holiday, 1917Add to your cart.
Fox-trot from Katinka by Rudolf Friml; arranged by Tom Clark. Parts. G. Schirmer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 11: All-Classic Band Book, 1940Add to your cart.
Arranged by Erik W.G. Leidzen. Parts. Pieces include (with composer): 1. Lovely Maiden (Franz Joseph Haydn); 2. At Twilight (Robert Schumann); 3. Minuet (Johann Sebastian Bach); 4. Soldier's March (Robert Schumann); 5. Romance (Padre Martini); 6. First Waltz (Franz Schubert); 7. Andante (Ludwig van Beethoven); 8. Reverie (Felix Mendelssohn); 9. Blushing Roses (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart); 10. Minuetto (Giuseppe Verdi); 11. Meditation (George Frederic Handel); 12. Polonaise (Johann Sebastian Bach); 13. Cradle Song (Franz Schubert); 14. Queen's Romance (Franz Joseph Hayden); 15. Gavotte (George Frederic Handel); 16. Air (Christoph W. von Gluck. Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia, PA.
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Item 1: All Holiday, 1955Add to your cart.
Program band book. Parts. Arrangements by Donald J. Pease. Pieces (and composers) include: 1. American Patrol (F.W. Meacham); 2. Happy Greetings (Hill); 3. Old Friends March/Auld Lang Syne; 4. Patriotic Medley; 5. March of the Marines (Phillips); 6. Stars and Stripes Forever (John Philips Sousa); 7. Pep Song Medley; 8. Dixie (Dan Emmett); 9. Wearin' of the Green; 10. Rose of Tralee; 11. The Minstrel Boy; 12. The Harp that Once Thro Tara's Halls (Moore-Stevenson); 13; Now Thank We All (J. Cruger); 14. We Gather Together; 15. Come, Ye Thankful People (Alford-Elvey); 16. Soldier's March (R. Schumann); 17. For the Beauty of the Earth (Pierpont-Kocher); 18; Minuet from "Don Juan" (W.A. Mozart); 19. Grande Processional (Haydn); 20. Integer Vitae (Flemming); 21. The Skaters Waltz (E. Waldteufel); 22. Cradle Song/Away in a Manger (Luther); 23. Faith of Our Fathers (Hemy); 24. Speed Our Republic (Keller); 25. Jingle Bells (J. Pierpont); 26. O, Little Town of Bethlehem (Brooks-Redner); 27. Hark! the Herald Angels Sing (F. Mendelssohn); 28. How Firm a Fondation/Adeste Fideles (Reading); 29. Crusaders' Hymn/Fairest Lord Jesus; 30. Silent Night (Gruber); 31. I Heard the Bells (J. B. Calkin); 32. The Palms (J. Faure); 33. "Alleluia" from Lyra Davidica; 34. Pass in Review March (D.J. Pease); 35. Taps/U.S. Army Call; 36. Nearer My God to Thee (Lowell Mason); 37. The Thunderer March (John Philip Sousa); 38. To the Colors/U.S. Army Call; 39. Star Spangled Banner. Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., NY.
Item 2: All in One Band Folio, 1938Add to your cart.
Composed or arranged by C. Paul Herfurth. Parts. Pieces (and composers and/or arranger) include: 1. Flying Colors (C. Paul Herfurth); 2. Victory March (Robert C. Raymond); 3. Our Goal March (George Underwood Jr.); 4. Fight! Fight! Fight! March (C. Paul Herfurth); 5. The Coach March (George Underwood); 6. Follow Through March (George Ellwood); 7. Spirit of Youth March (C. Paul Herfurth); 8. Processional March/Pied Piper of Hamelin (V.E. Nessler, arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 9. Country Gardens (arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 10. Humoresque (P. Tschaikowsky, arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 11. Two Guitars (arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 12. Choral (G. Pierne, arranged by C. Paul Herfurth; 13. Fordham "Ram" (J. I. Coveney, arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 14. Stand Up and Cheer (University of Kansas, arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 15. On to Victory (University of New Hampshire; Florence V. Cole, arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 16. Blue and White (Duke University; G.E. Leftwich, Jr., arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 17. Annie Lisle (Cornell, Indiana University, and North Carolina State; arranged by C. Paul Herfurth); 18. Our Team Will Shine Today; 19. Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here (from Pirates of Penzance); 20. The Star-Spangled Banner (John Stafford Smith); 21. America/My Country, 'Tis of Thee; 22. America, the Beautiful (Samuel A. Ward. Copyright: The Boston Music Co., Boston, MA.
Item 3: All Melody Band Folio, 1937Add to your cart.
Famous melodies selected and arranged for education and recreation by Henry W. Davis. Parts. Pieces include (with composers where indicated): 2. Abide with Me (William H. Monk); 2. Lightly Row; 3. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star; 4. Blue Bells of Scotland; 5. Long, Long Ago; 6. Nearer My God to Thee; 7. America the Beautiful (Samuel A. Ward); 8. Auld Lang Syne; 9. Deck the Hall; 10. Jingle Bells; 11. Jolly Old Saint Nicholas; 12. In the Gloaming; 13. Billy Boy; 14; Lil' Liza Jane; 15. Shoo Fly; 16. Oh! Susanna (Stephen C. Foster); 17. Oh! Dem Golden Slippers (Jas. A. Bland); 18. Joy to the World (Handel); 19. Skaters Waltz (E. Waldeteufel); 20. You Are in My Heart; 21. America; 22. Merry Widow Waltz (Franz Lehar); 23. Lullaby (Brahms); 24. Rock of Ages; 25. Dark Eyes; 26. Lead, Kindly Light; 27. My Maryland; 28. Three Blind Mice; 29. Sailing, Sailing; 30. Hail! Hail! The Gang's All here; 31. Sweet and Low (J. Barnby); 32. Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes; 33. Andantino (E. H. Lemore); 34. The Old Gray Mare; 35. Polly Wolly Doodle; 36. Hinky Dinky Parley-Do; 37. Old Folks at Home (Stephen C. Foster); 38. My Old Kentucky Home; 39. Aloha OE (Queen Liliuakalaui); 40. Silver Threads Among the Gold (H.P. Danks); 41. Sharpshooters March (G. Metalo); 42. Jolly Coppersmith March (C. Peters); 43. Now the Day is Over (Joseph Barnby); 44. How Firm a Foundation (John Reading); 45. Stars of the Summer Night (Isaac D. Woodbury); 46. All Thru the Night; 47. Come Thou Almighty King (F. Giardini); 48. Softly Now the Light of the Day (L.M. Gottschalk); 49. Finlandia (Jean Sibelius); 50. I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen (Thomas P. Westendorf); 51. Massa's in the Cold Ground (Stephen C. Foster); 52. She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain; 53. Lullaby (Brahms); 54. America (Henry Carey); 55. Skaters Waltz (E. Waldteufel); and 56. Marines March (L.Z. Phillips). Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 4: All-Occasion Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include (with composer where indicated): 1. Belle of Loveland (Chas. Hough); 2. Pastine (J. F. Buhalts); 3. Engagement (Dalbey); 4. March-NonPariel (Dalbey); 5. Bungalow Hill (E.W. Berry); 6. March Felton (C.W. Dalbey); 7. Serenade "Loving Eyes" (Dalbey); 8. Waves of Silver (Thomas J. Jefferson); 9. Pauline (Dalbey); 10. Slabtown Sam (Dalbey); 11. Waltz Leo (C.W. Dalbey); 12. Polka Angola (C.W. Dalbey); 13. Schottische Song and Dance/Primrose (Dalbey); 14. Overture Goleta (C.W. Dalbey); 15. Fairmount Funeral March (Dalbey); and 16. America, and The Red White and Blue. Berry-Dalbey Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 5: Ambassador Band Book, 1940Add to your cart.
14 original compositions composed and arranged by Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. March "On the Turret"; 2. March "The Green Goddess"; 3. March "The Dictator"; 4. Procession of the Green Idols; 5. Spanish Serenade "La Senorita"; 6. Swing Tune "Blue Danube Ripples"; 7. Sentimental Waltz; 8. Valse Ala Russe; 9. Papoose Dance; 10. Tone Poem "Chapel Chimes"; Intermezzo "Autumn Skies"; 13. Gypsy Song; and 14. Lyric Piece. M.M Coe Publishing Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 6: Americana Collection, 1942Add to your cart.
For band, orchestra, and chorus. Compiled, arranged and edited with supervision of Arthur H. Brandenburg, Joseph E. Skornicka, Walter C. Welke, Louis G. Wersen, and Harvey S. Whistler. Reference copy: First Bb cornet (solo). Pieces include: Abide with Me; Adeste Fideles; All Through the Night; Alma Mater; Aloha Oe; America; America, the Beautiful; A Mighty Fortress is Our God; Auld Lang Syne; The Band Played On; Battle Hymn of the Republic Beautiful Dreamer; Bicycle Built for Two; Blow the man Down; Campustown Races; Carry Me Back to Old Virginny; Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean; Come, ye Thankful People; Cradle Song; Crusaders' Hymn; Daisy Bell; Deck the Hall; Dixie; The Doxology; Fairest Lord Jesus; Farewell to Thee; Finlandia; The First Noel; Forgotten Yesterdays; For He's a Jolly Good Fellow; From the Halls of Montezuma; God of Our Fathers; Good Night, Ladies; Hail, Columbia!; Hail! Hail! the Gang's All Here; Hail to the Chief; Hark! the Herald Angels Sing; Home on the Range; Home, Sweet Home; In the Gloaming; It Came Upon a Midnight Clear; Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair; Jingle Bells; Jolly Old Saint Nicholas; Joy to te World; The Last Rose of Summer; Lead, Kindly Light; Little Brown Jug; Loch Lomond; Love's Old Sweet Song; Man on the Flying Trapeze; The Marine's Hymn; Maryland! My Maryland!; A Mighty Fortress is Our God; My Country 'Tis of Thee; My Faith Looks Up to Thee; My Old Kentucky Home; Nearer, My God, to Thee; Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen; Now the Day is Over; O Come, All Ye Faithful; Oh, Faithful Pine; Oh! Susanna; Old Black Joe; Old Folks at Home; Old Hundred; O. Little Town of Bethlehem; Onward, Christian Soldiers; Patriot's Prayer; Praise God, from Whom All Blessings Flow; Rock of Ages; Sailing; Short'nin' Bread; Silent Night; Silver Threads Among the Gold; Star-Spangled Banner; Swanee River; Sweet and Low; Sing Low, Sweet Chariot; Taps; Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!; Viennese Melody; When Johnny Comes Marching Home; While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks; and Yankee Doodle. Copyright 1942, Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 7: American Bandbook, Number One, 1936Add to your cart.
Arranged by Mayew Lake. Parts. Pieces include (with composer): 1. Parade of the Children March (Lake); 2. Sonsd of America March (Clarence Jones); 3. Seventh Regiment March (Harry Collins); 4. Old Glory march (Robert Smith); 5. Haywire Fox Trot (Sam Higins); 6. La La Characteristic March (C. Peter); 7. Beauties of Erin, Selection; 8. Southern Echoes (Clarence Jones); 9. When Lights Are Low (Ralph Dunham); 10. The Lost Chord (Arthur Sullivan); 11. The Black Prince (M. Beaulac); 12. Salute to Washington (Robert Smith); 13. Down the Street (Chester Dale); and 14. West Point (Harry Collins). Copyright 1936. Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co.; distributor: Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia, PA.
Item 8: American Bandbook, Number Two, 1936Add to your cart.
Arranged by Mayhew Lake. Parts. Pieces include (with composer): 1. Hurrah for Us (Lake); 2. American Spirit (Edward Barker); 3. Around the Gridiron (Albert Dalbey); 4. Going to Town (Elmer Davis); 5. Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here (Oscar Shaw); 6. "Alumni" Selection; 7. Overture Militaire (Jean Chabrier); 8. Parson Steamboat (Lake); 9. Valse Moderne (Fred Clark); 10. Clownin' Capers (Lake); 11. Parade of the Pea Shooters (Robert Chambers); 12. Old Timer (Howard Knowles); 13. Midwestern March (Robert Chambers); 14. Victory March (Lake). Copyright 1936. American Book Co., New York, NY.
Item 9: American Fanfares, 1937Add to your cart.
Composed by Harry L. Alford. Forty-eight fanfares (one for each U.S. State, except for Alaska and Hawaii) for trumpets and trombones. Parts. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 10: American Independence, undatedAdd to your cart.
Military march by Charles C. Sweeley. Parts. Publisher: J.E. Agnew, Des Moines, IA.
Item 11: Anthems of the United Nations, 1943Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by Captain Thomas F. Darcy, Jr., Leader of the U.S. Army Band. Parts. Pieces include (by country, with composers where indicated): Great Britain: God Save the King (Henry Carey); Canada: O Canada (C. Lavallee); U.S.S.R.: L'Internationale National Anthem (P. Degeiter); China: National Anthem (Ch'eng Mao-Yun); Belgium: La Brabanconne; Costa Rica: National Anthem (Manuel Gutierrez); Cuba: National Anthem (Pedro Figueredo); Czecho-Slovakia: Kde Domov Muj (Franz Skroup); Dominican Republic: National Anthem (Jose Reyes); El Salvador: National Anthem (Juan Aberle); Guatemala: National Anthem (R. Alvarez); Greece: National Anthem (N. Mantzapoy); Haiti: La Dessalinienne (N. Geffrard); Honduras: National Anthem (Carlos Hartling); Luxemburg: Ons Hemecht (J.A. Zinnen); The Netherlands: Wilhelmus Van Nassouwe (Valerius); Nicaragua: National Anthem; Norway: Ja, Vi Elsker Dette Landet (Rickard Nordraak); Panama: National Anthem (Santos Jorge A.); Poland: Polski Hymn Narodowy (Jozefa Wybickiego); Yugoslavia: National Anthem; Mexico: National Anthem (Jaime Nuno); Philippines: National Anthem (Julian Felipe); Iraq: National Anthem; Brazil: National Anthem (Francisco manuel Da Silva); Bolivia: National Anthem (B. Vincenti); Ethiopia: National Anthem (K. Nalbanion). Copyright 1943. Publisher: Irving Berlin, Inc., Educational Music Division, New York, NY.
Item 12: Apex March Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
16 original marches for band by John N. Klohr. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Side by Side; 2. Pocatello; 3. Youth on Parade; 4. Marching Feet; 5. Vera Cruz; 6. Class Room and Campus; 7. High Tide; 8. Blanchester; 9. Pennant Bearer; 10. Flag Ship; 11. Breezing Along; 12. Headliner; 13. Strongheart; 14. Blazing the Trail; 15. Mass Formation; 16. Vox Pop. Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 13: Aristo Band Book, The, 1904Add to your cart.
Original compositions by A. M. Laurens. Parts: Solo Bb Cornet. Pieces include: 1. Emerelda; 2. Where Flowers Twine; 3. The Aristo; 4. Paysage; 5. Social Season; 6. Gala Days; 7. Saucy Sal; 8. Scarlet King; 9. Clydia; 10. Queen of Night; 11. Fortuna; 12. Carolina Sports; 13. Cupid's Captive; 14. Unique March and Two-Step; 15. Waltz, Little Love; and 16. Record Breaker Galop. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 14: Army and Navy Hymnal, The; Band Edition, 1921Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged at the U.S. Army Music School, Governors Island, NY. Publisher: The Century Co., New York, NY.
Item 15: Artarmo Band Book, 1910Add to your cart.
Original compositions by K.L. King. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Joy Riders; 2. The Rifle Rangers; 3. The Avenger March; 4. American Beauty Waltz; 5. Dance of the Imps; 6. The Siren Waltz; 7. Excelsior Galop; 8. The Victor March; 9. Triumph March; 10. My Lady Waltz; 11. Over the Stars Waltz; 12. Roll of Honor March; 13. Love's Way Waltz; 14. Water Lilies Waltz; 15. Evening Shadows; and 16. The Conqueror Overture.  Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 16: Ascher's Advanced Band Book No. 1, undatedAdd to your cart.
With orchestra combinations. Composed or arranged by Emil Ascher. Parts. Pieces include: 1. America Forever March; 2. Air from Rigoletto; 3. Festival Overture; 4. Love's Dream Waltz; 5. Our Heroes March; 6. Santa Lucia; 7. Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms; 8. Faust March; 9. Pilgrim's Love Song Intermezzo; 10. Atlantic Waves Waltz; 11. American Nationa Melodies; 12. Junior March; 13. Barcarole; 14. Moonlight Schottische; 15. Diana Overture; 16. Birds of Love; 17. Largo; 18. Humoreske; and 19. Our Students March. Published by Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 17: Ascher's Advanced Band Book No. 2, 1924Add to your cart.
With Orchestra combinations. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Our Victorious Flag March; 2. Pilgrim Chorus; 3. Sweet Melody Waltz; 4. Bugle Boy March; 5. Apollo Overture; 6. Southern Fire Brigade; 7. Slavonian Dance; 8. Graduation March; 9. Come Back to Erin; 10. Last Rose of Summer; 11. Rose of Heaven Waltz; 12. Jollification March; 13. The Loreley; 14. Menuett from "Don Juan"; 15. Grand Opera Selection; 16. Metropolitan Life March; 17. Cleopatra Gavottel; 18. War March of the Priests from Athalia; 19. Consolation (Song without Words); and 20. Victory Overture. Most selections composed by Emil Ascher. Arrangements by Fred Lampe. Publisher: Emil Ascher, New York, NY.
Item 18: Ascher's Band Book No. 1, undatedAdd to your cart.
Concert and operatic favorites. Parts. Arranged by Franz Mahl. Pieces include: Barcarolle, from Tales of Hoffman; 2. Sextette, from Lucia di Lammermoor; 3. Quartette from Rigoletto; 4. Awakening of Spring; 5. Anvil Choris from Il Travatore; 6. Miserere, from Il Travatore; 7. Evening Star from Tannhauser; 8. Salut d'Amour; 9. Scarf Dance; 10. Chanson sans Paroles; 11. Anitra's Dance; 12. The Palms; 13. Int. Cavalleria Rusticana; 14. Traumerei (Reverie); 15. Hungarian Dance No. 5; and 16. Hungarian Dance No. 6. Publisher: Emil Ascher, New York, NY.
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Item 1: Ascher's Band Book No. 3, undatedAdd to your cart.
Standard waltzes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Vision of Salome; Songs d'Autumne; 2. Tales of Hoffman; 4. Over the Waves; 5. Blue Danube; 6. Waves of the Danube; 7. The Skaters; 8. Dream of the Ocian; 9. Wiener Blut (Vienna Life); 10. Dolores; 11. Song d'Amour; 12. Espana Waltz; 13. La Sarenade; 14. L'Estudiantina; 15. Pomone; and 16. Home Sweet Home. Publisher: Emil Ascher, New York, NY.
Item 2: Ascher's Band Book No. 4, undatedAdd to your cart.
Music for all occasions. Parts. Pieces include: 1. American Life; 2. America "My Country Tis of Thee"; 3. The Record March; 4. Garden of Roses; 5. American Conquest March; 6. Ciribiribin Waltz; 7. Cupid's Garden; 8. Birds of Love; 9. Newport Belles; 10. Tesoro Mio; 11. Sun Dance; 12. For Freedom and Honor; 13. Rose of Mexico; 14. O Sole Mio; 15. When the Swallows Homeward Fly; 16. Dancing in the Barn; 17. Yankee Boys March; 18. Star Spangled Banner; 19. Hail Columbia; and 20. Dixie. Publisher: Emil Ascher, New York, N.Y.
Item 3: Ascher's Band Book No. 5, undatedAdd to your cart.
Standard waltzes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Dream of Childhood; 2. Sultana Valse Orientale; 3. Oh! Marie; 4. Southern Roses; 5. Villa Wlatz; 6 La Spagnola; 7. Tres Jolie; 8. The Daughter of Heaven; 9. You & You; 10. O Sole Mio; 11. Violets; 12. Pavlowa; 13. El Castillo; 14. Old Black Joe; 15. To Thee; and 16. Killarney. Published by Emil Ascher., New York, NY.
Item 4: Ascher's Band Book No. 6, undatedAdd to your cart.
Standard marches. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Through Battle to Victory; 2. Marine Band; 3. Footlight; 4. Garibaldi March, Italian National March; 5. Preussischer Presentier; 6. Prussian March, German National March; 7. The Minstril Boy; 8. The Jolly Coppersmith; 9. The Birth of a Nation; 10. White Rats; 11. The Battle Cry of Peace; 12. A Message from Mars; 13. Italian Royale March; 14. Whistling John; 15. The Two Flags; 16. La Marseillaise; and 17. Under Southern Skies. Publisher: Emil Ascher, New York, NY.
Item 5: Ascher's Album of Concert Echoes for School Bands, undatedAdd to your cart.
Band Book No. 1. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Barcarole from Tales of Hoffmann; 2. Sextet from Lucia di Lammermoor; 3. Quartet from Rigoletto; 4. Awakening of Spring; 5. Anvil Chorus from Il Travatore; 6. Miserere from il Travatore; 7. Evening Star from Tannhauser; 8. Salut d'Amour; 9. Scarf Dance; 10. Chanson sans Paroles; 11. Anitras Dance from Peer Gynt Suit; 12. The Palms; 13. Intermezzo Sinfonico; 14. Traumerei; 15. Hungarian Dance No. 5; and 16. Hungarian Dance No. 6. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 6: Ascher's Beginners' Band Book, 1946Add to your cart.
With Orchestra combinations. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Our Beginner's March; 2. Soft, Soft Music is Stealing; 3. Run Away Galop; 4. Elementary March; 5. First Regiment march; 6. Pansy Waltz; 7. Lisetta Polka; 8. Polish Mazurka; 9. Dance of the Daisies Schottische; 10. Nocturno; 11. America; 12. Yankee Doodle; 13. Dixie; 14. Nearer, My God, to Thee; 15. Flower Bell Waltz; 16. Grand March; 17. Our Leader March; 18. To the Front March; 19. Standard Airs of America, Medley Overture; 20. Army and Navy march; 21. National Guard March; 22. Star Spangled Banner; and 23. Auld Land Syne. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 7: Ascher's Metro Band Book, 1941Add to your cart.
Compiled and edited by Frank Morton. Parts: Solo Bb Cornet. Pieces include: 1. Sleeping Beauty; 2. Hungarian Dances No. 5; 3. Hungarian Dances No. 6; 4. Songs My Mother Taught Me; 5. Love Theme from "Romeo and Juliet"; 6. La Paloma; 7. Grand Opera Selection; 8. Come Back to Erin; 9. The Last Rose of Summer; 10. Largo; 11. Santa Lucia; 12. Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms; 13. Pilgrim Chorus; 14. War March of the Priests; 15. America the Beautiful; 16. Air from Rigoletto; and 17. The Blue Bells of Scotland. Publisher: Emil Ascher, New York, NY.
Item 8: Ascher's Stadium March Book for Young Bands, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Marine Band; 2. Regimental Parade; 3. Forward Pass; 4. Lincoln Highway; 5. Comrades March; 6. American Conquest; 7. The Skipper March; 8. The Jolly Freshman; 9. Our Boys and Girls; 10. Arista March; 11. Vindobona March; 12. Torchlight Parade; 13. In Gay Colors; 14. The Diplomat; 15. All Sports March; and 16. Homeward March. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 9: Assembly Band Book, 1950Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by Philip Gordon. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Heigh-Ho!; 2. Song of the Pines; 3. Tommy's New Drum; 4. Waves of the Danube; 5. Hitting the Trail; 6. Merry Majorette; 7. Minuet from the "Haffner" Symphony; 8. Playing Indian; 9. Minuet from Symphony No. 2; 10. Soldiers' March; 11. Lily Pads; 12. The Merrymakers; 13. Hawaiian Nights; 14. Valse Gracieuse; and 15. Theme from a Serenade. Publisher: Theodore Presser, Bryn Mawr, PA.
Item 10: At A Georgia Camp Meeting, 1925Add to your cart.
March Fox-Trot. Parts. Composer: Kerry Mills; arranger: William M. Redfield. Publisher: Jack Mills, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 11: All-Time Old-Timers Band Book, 1961Add to your cart.
For solos, ensembles, full band or orchestra. Parts: 1st cornet. Compiled and arranged by Jacob Peters. Pieces include: March Medley; 2. Halsa Dem Darhemma; 3. Julida Polka; 4. Vienna Life Waltz; 5. Scandia Schottische; 6. Homecoming Waltz; 7. Helena Polka; 8. Lucerne Schottische; 9. Black Hawk Waltz; 10. Rain Rain Polka; 11. Saturday Night Waltz; 12. Vienna March; 13. A Janta A Ja; 14. Little Brown Jug; 15. Beautiful Youth Waltz; and 16. Emilia Polka. Publisher: Schmitt, Hall and McCreary Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 12: Ballyhoo March, 1951Add to your cart.
By Paul Lavalle. Parts. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., New York, NY.
Item 13: Band Builder, The, 1927Add to your cart.
A collection of easy studies for young bands. By Cleveland Dayton. Parts. Publisher: Fred Jewell Music, Co., Worthington, IN.
Item 14: Band Combos, 1953Add to your cart.
No. 1: Novelty Band Combos. By Walter Beeler and Henry Gass. Parts: Bb Clarinets. Pieces include: 1. Muskat Ramble; 2. That's a Plenty; 3. Red Wing; 4. Caladonia; 5. Mister Taptoe; 6. On Revival Day; 7. Swing Cheer; 8. Mention My Name in Sheboygan; 9. Swanee River Boogie; 10. There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight; 11. When the Saints Go Marching In; 12. Time Out for Trumpets; 13. Old MacDonald Had a Farm; and 14. Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here. Publisher: Charles H. Hansen Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 15: Band Fundamentals, 1930Add to your cart.
For private or class instruction. Parts. By Carl Webber. Pieces include: 1. Unison March; 2. Abide With Me; 3. March Song; 4. Choral; 5. Folk Song; 6. Hymn; 7. Our First March; 8. Christmas Song; 9. Summer Nights; 10. Staccato March; 11. Forward March; 12. America; 13. Grand March; 14. Santa Lucia; 15. Tramp-Tramp; 16. The Boy Cadet; 17. Columbine; 18. In Spring Time; 19. Hill Crest; 20. America the Beautiful; and 21. Star Spangled Banner. White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston, MA.
Item 16: Band in Formation, The, 1959Add to your cart.
Parts: 1st Bb cornet. Arranged by Walter Beeler. Pieces include: 1. A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight; 2. Ach, du lieber Augustin; 3. After the Ball; 4. The Band Played On; 5. The Bear Went Over the Mountain; 6. The Blue Tail Fly; 7. The Breeze and I; 8. The Campbells are Coming; 9. A Capital Ship; 10. The Changing of the Guard; 11. Dark Eyes; 12. Daisy Bell; 13. Deck the Halls; 14. Dixie; 15. Down in the Valley; 16. Du, du liegst mir im Herzen; 17. Funinculi, Finicula; 18. Glow-Worm; 19. Grandfather's Clock; 20. Hail, Hail the Gang's All Here; 21. The Handicap; 22. Home on the Range; 23; It Ain't Gonna Rain No More; 24. Listen to the Mocking Bird; 25. Little Annie Rooney; 26. Lohengrin Wedding March (Excerpt); 27. Malaguena; 28. The Man on the Flying Trapeze; 29. Marine's Hymn; 30. The Old Gray Mare; 31. Old MacDonald Had a Farm; 32. Oh, Rock-a-My-Soul; 33. Paper Doll; 34. Our School Will Shine Tonight; 35. Parade of the Wooden Soldiers; 36. Row, Row, Row; 37. The Peanut Vendor; 38. Reuben and Rachel; 39. She'll be Comin' Round the Mountain; 40. Shenandoah/ 41. Shoo Fly; 42. Skim to My Lou; 43. Song of the Islands; 44. The Stars and Stripes Forever; 45. Sipping Cider Thru a Straw; 46. Ther'll be Some Changes Made; 47. The Wearing of Green; 48. We Sail the Ocean Blue; 49. When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 50. Whoopee Ti-Yi-To, Git Along Little Dogies. Publisher: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, New York, NY.
Item 17: Band in Tune, 1939Add to your cart.
Intonation studies for band. By Chester R. Duncan and George F. McKay. Parts. Publisher: H.T. FitzSimons Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 18: Bandmasters Folio of College Marches, 1907-1944Add to your cart.
Marches of Big Ten and other popular college marches. Parts. Pieces include: 1. On, Brave Old Army Team; 2. Navy Blue and Gold; 3. Victory March; 4. Fight On!; 5. The Victors; 6. Illinois Loyalty; 7. The U. of M. Rouser; 8. On, Wisconsin!; 9. Hail Purdue; 10. Go Northwestern; 11. Wave the Flag; 12. On! Iowa!; 13. Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech; 14. Across the Field; 15. Indiana, Our Indiana; and 16. Go On Bruins. Publisher: Melrose Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 19: Band-O-Rama, 1954Add to your cart.
Composer: Ted Mesang. Parts: 1st Bb cornet. Pieces include: 1. Glory of the West; 2. Brittany; 3. Chiquita; 4. Melodic Magician; 5. And Old Story; 6. The Busy Baton; 7. Ricky; 8. Upward and Onward; 9. Lady Luck; 10. Prince Valiant; 11. Little Colonel; 12. Blossom Time; 13. Judy Marie; 14. Gary; 15. God Still Lives; and 16. May What My God Wills Come to Pass. Publisher: Charles H. Hansen Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 20: Band Pageantry, 1948Add to your cart.
Five "half-time" field shows. Compiled and adapted by Hal Bergan. Parts. Pageants and pieces include: Pageant No. 1, "Patriotic": Sprit of Independence; There's a Long, Long Trail; Thank God for America; Your Flag and My Flag; Pageant No. 2, "Transportation": Daisy Bell, a Bicycle Built for Two; Shuffle Off to Buffalo; In My Merry Oldsmobile; Captains of the Clouds; Pageant No. 3, "Western": Cheyenne; Ride Tenderfoot Ride; Don't Fence Me In; Pageant No. 4, "Football": We Did it Before; Rise 'N Shine; Let Us Gather at the Goal-Line; Pageant No. 5, "When Day is Done": When Day is Done; The Lamplit Hour; Somewhere a Voice is Calling. Publisher: Remick Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 21: Band Spectacular, 1957Add to your cart.
Parts: Bb clarinet. Arranged by Gerald R. Prescott. Pieces include: 1. Fanfare "Hello"; 2. Mexican Clapping Song; 3. Our Director March; 4. Gold and Silver Waltz; 5. My Wild Irish Rose; 6. Joyce's 71st Regiment March; and 7. Father of Victory March. Publisher: Hal Leonard Music, Inc., Winona, MN.
Item 22: Band Wagon, 1955Add to your cart.
A swing book by Charles Hathaway. Parts: 1st Bb cornet. Pieces include: 1. Swanee Swings Again; 2. My New Kentucky Home; 3. Love's Old Sweet Song; 4. 'Taint No Turkey; 5. Pedro's Pet; 6. Play, Drummer Boy; 7. Weeping Willow; 8. Bobby-Sox Brigade; 9. The School Band Swing; 10. London Bridge; 11. Loch Lomond; and 12. Mexican Hat Dance. Publisher: Boosey and Hawkes, Lynbrook, LI., NY.
Item 23: Basic Band Book, 1939Add to your cart.
For beginning bands. Parts. By Clifford P. Lillya. Pieces include: 1. Getting Together; 2. Choral; 3. Choral and Rhythm Pattern; 4. Duet; 5. In the Swing; 6. Blending; 7. Scale of E flat; 8. Waltzing the Scale; 9. Scale of F; 10. Choral in F; 11. Lone Scout; 12. Scale of B flat; 13. Scale of G. Minor; 14. Autumn Day Waltz; 15. Ivan and Irena; 16. The Jolly Trumpeters; 17. Polar Bears; 18. Scale of A flat; 19. Bass Clef Waltz; 20. Daily Dozen; 21. Choral in B flat; 22. Gretchen Waltz; 23. Scale of D flat; Estella Minuet; 25. Jeanne Serenade; 26. Prelude; 27. Flying Colors March; 28. Class Day Overture; 29. America; and 30. America the Beautiful. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 24: Beeler-Herfurth First Band Book, The, 1953Add to your cart.
For the Elementary Band Book. Parts: 1st Bb cornet. By Walter Beeler and C. Paul Herfurth. Pieces include: 1. Embassy March; 2. A Little Overture; 3. Our Waltz; 4. The Dotted Polka; 5. Melodies from Operaland; 6. March Processionale; 7. A Summer Romance; 8. Libery March; 9. Infantry March; 10. On Sunday; 11. The Ambassador; 12. Graduation Overture; 13. Evening Waltz; 14. Mountie Patrol; 15. Mountain Medley; and 16. Palace Guard March. Publisher: Charles H Hansen Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 25: Beeler's All-Time Hit Parader Band Book., 1929-1952Add to your cart.
Arranged by Walter Beeler. Parts: 1st trombone. Pieces include: 1. That Old Black Magic; 2. East of the Sun; 3. Louise; 4. It's the Talk of the Town; 5. Beyond the Blue Horizon; 6. Buttons and Bows; 7. Thanks for the Memory; 8. The Music Goes 'Round and Around; 9. Sweet Leilani; 10. Zip a Dee Doo Dah; 11. Honeysuckle Rose; 12. I'm Popeye the Sailor Man; 13. Jingle Jangle Jingle; 14. Pennies from Heaven; 15. Bell Bottom Trousers; 16. Penthouse Serenade; 17. Love in Bloom; 18. South Sea Island Magic; 19. It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day; and 20. To You Sweetheart, Aloha. Publisher: Charles H. Hansen Music Co., New York, NY.
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Item 1: Bel-win Band Book, 1939Add to your cart.
Arranged by R.L. Moehlmann. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Champion; 2. The Winning Brigade; 3. Mellow Melody; 4. Alhambra; 5. Evening Breeze; 6. Land of Roses; 7. Left Right; 8. Dance Grotesque; 9. Isabella; 10. Flower Garland; 11. Our Principal; 12. The Challenge; 13. Festival Procession; 14. Chorale; 15. Passion; 16. Lo, the Good Shepherd; 17. Majestic; 18. Dramatic; 19. Fanfare for Sacred Occasions; 20. Fanfare for Radio and Introductory Occasions. Publisher: Boosey-Hawkes-Belwin, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 2: BEST - Band Ensemble Solo Time, 1955Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1.Thunder and Blazes; 2. La Spagnola; 3. Over the Waves; 4. Grandfather's Clock; 5. Sidewalks of New York; 6. Manhattan Beach; 7. Andantino (Lemare); 8. Two Little Girls in Blue; 9. Our Director; 10. Blue Tail Fly; 11. Independenta; 12. Ah, Marie; 13. Moonglow Theme; 14. America, the Beautiful; 15. Brahms Waltz; 16. High School Cadets; 17. Alouetta Hi!; 18. Gypsy Love Song; 19. Hot Time in the Old Town; 20. Old Comrades; 21. Danube Waves; 22. Come Back to Sorrento; 23. Band Played On; 24. God of Our Fathers. Publisher: Paul A. Schmitt Music Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 3: Big Four, 1913Add to your cart.
Collection of cornet quartettes. By George D. Barnard. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Believe Me, If those Endearing Young Charms; 2. Annie Laurie; 3. Auld Lang Syne; 4. Alice, Where Art Thou; 5. The Bridge; 6. Heart Bowed Down; 7. How Can I Leave Thee; 8. Massa's in the Cold Cold Ground; 9. My Old Kentucky Home; 10. Old Folks at Home; 11. The Lost Chord; 12. The Palms; 13. Dixie; 14. Maryland, My Maryland; 12. Star-Spangled Banner; 13. Nearer My God to Thee; 14. The Big Four March; 15. The Armory; 16. March Companions; 17. Fraternity March; 18. In the Cathedral; 19. DIversion; 20. Floral Wreath Polka; 21. Magnolia Gavotte. Publisher: C. L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 4: Big Parade Band Folio, 1927Add to your cart.
Marches. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Big Parade; 2. Entry of the Heralds; 3. Aeroplane; 4. Crystal; 5. Eclipse; 6. Futurist; 7. Golden Spur; 8. Hail to Lewiston; 9. Local Pride; 10. Loyal Spirit; 11. Paramount; 12. Paragon; 13. Salute to Canada; 14. Spirit of the West; 15. Submarine; 16. Yankee Spirit. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 5: Big Six Band Book, The, 1935Add to your cart.

Folk songs arranged for six piece combinations. Parts. By Leon V. Metcalf. Pieces include: 1. Czech Holiday; 2. Childrens Songs; 3. Russian Revels; 4. Good Night Ladies; 5. Scandinavia; 6. Big Six; 7. Magyar Nepdal; 8. The Animal Fair; 9. solomon Levi; 10. Cuckoo Nest; 11. Little Susie; 12. My Banjo; 13. German Waltzes; 14. Polish Dances; 15. Spanish Guitar; 16. Tiritomba. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.

Note: Conductor score (Book 18) may be found in box for oversize items: Box 28, Item 1.

Item 6: Big 3 Band Book, The, 1942Add to your cart.
Arranged by Paul Yoder, Erik W. Leidzen and Dave Bennett. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Hawaian War Chant; 2. When I Grow Too Old to Dream; 3. Yankee Doodle Polka; 4. Alice Blue Gown; 5. Blue Moon; 6,. In a Little Spanish Town; 7. I'll See You in My Dreams; 8. Siboney; 9. The Rogue Song; 10. I Want My Mama; 11. Temptation; 12. March of the Mannikins; 13. Cosi Cosa; 14. The Thrill of a New Romance; 15. We're Off to See the Wizard. Publisher: Robbins Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 7: Big Time March Book, 1954Add to your cart.
Arranged by Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Gate City; 2. El Capitan; 3. Manhattan Beach; 4. King Cotton; 5. National Fencibles; 6. Up the Street; 7. Ringling Bros. Grand Entry; 8. Stars and Stripes Forever; 9. The Army; 10. March Religioso; 11.1st Brigade I.N.G.; 12. Old Comrades; 13 Tenth Regiment; 14. Gay Vienna; 15. Black Jack. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 8: Birchard Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by George Lowell Tracy and Stuart B. Hoppin. Parts. Pieces include: 1. America; 2. The Star Spangled Banner; 3. Speed Our Republic; 4. Columbia the Gem of the Ocean; 5. America the Beautiful; 6. Hail Columbia; 7. Battle Hymn of the Republic; 8. Old Folks at Home; 9. Massa's in the Cold Ground; 10. My Old Kentucky Home; 11. Home Sweet Home; 12. Old Black Joe; 13. Tenting; 14. Sweet and Low; 15. Santa Lucia; 16. Flow Gently; 17. Nancy Lee; 18. Out on the Deep; 19. Believe Me; 20. Love's Old Sweet Song;  21. Annie Laurie; 22. Stars of the Summer Night; 23. Juanita; 24. My Bonnie; 25. Soldiers Farewell; 26. Drink to Me Only; 27. How Can I Leave Thee; 28. Row, Row; 29. Lovely Evening; 30. Are You Sleeping; 31. Good Night; 32. Early to Bed; 33. Merrily, Merrily; 34. A Merry Life; 35. DIxie; 36. Yankee Doodle; 37. Auld Lang Syne; 38. Good Night Ladies; 39. Come Thou Almighty King; 40. The First Nowell; 41. Nearer My God to Thee; 42. Lead Kindly Light; 43. To-Morrow; 44. Old Hundredth; 45. Silent Night; 46. Onward Christian Soldiers; 47. The Spacious Firmament; 48. O Come, All Ye Faithful; 49. Deck the Hall; 50. Hark the Herald Angels Sing; 51. Send Out Thy Light; 52. Soldiers Chorus; 53. The Lost Chord; 54. Pilgrims Chorus; 55. Anvil Chorus; 56. When the Grand Old Flag Goes By; 57. The Happy Wanderer; 58. O VIctorious People!; 59. Carmelina; 60. Mazurka; 60. Class Colors. Publisher: C.C. Birchard & Co., Boston, MA.
Item 9: Blaze of Glory Band Folio, 1939Add to your cart.
By Chenette, Davis, DeLamater, Johnson, Kleffman, and Weber. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Blaze of Glory; 2. Young America; 3. The Squadron; 4. Swinging Along; 5. Scout Parade; 6. East Meets West; 7. Home Coming; 8. China Clipper; 9. Hail Hornets; 10. Devotion; 11. Sunset Reverie; 12. Moonlight Echoes; 13. Trombone Swing; 14. Drumsticks; 15. Tune In; 16. Lake Hamilton. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 10: Boosey & Hawkes Band Book, 1941Add to your cart.
Arranged by Carl Frangkiser. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Entry of the Guards; 2. Paragon; 3. Lily Pond; 4. Come Along with a Song; 5. The Noble Count; 6. Micro; 7. Somebody's Dream; 8. Moonlight Mist; 9. Zephyr; 10. Razzle Dazzle; 11. Sorority Sue; 12. Commentator; 13. Leetawana; 14. Adromada. Publisher Boosey & Hawkes. Ltd., London, England.
Item 11: BMI Hits on Parade, 1940-1953Add to your cart.
Arranged by Tom Bennett. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Song from Moulin Rouge; 2. I Hear a Rhapsody; 3. It's a Bige Wide, Wonderful World; 4. All I Desire; 5. Because of You; 6. Laughing on the Outside; 7. High on a Windy Hill; 8. Practice Makes Perfect; 9. Solitaire; 10. I Give You My Word; 11. It All Comes Back to Me Now; 12. Walkin' By the River; 13. We Could Make Such Beautiful Music; 14. Stay Where You Are; 15. Hi, Neighbor!  Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc., New York, NY.
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Item 1: Bourne Band Book, 1950Add to your cart.
Arranged by William C. Schoenfeld. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Heigh-Ho; 2. That Old Gang of Mine; 3. One Night of Love; 4. When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along; 5. Bye Bye Blues; 6. Whistle While You Work; 7. The Thunderer; 8. When You Wish Upon a Star; 9. Some Day My Prince Will Come' 10. With a Hey and a Hi and a Ho Ho Ho!; 11. One Song; 12. Charley My Boy; 13. Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf; 14. Beat O' My Heart; 15. Washington Post. Publisher: Bourne, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 2: Bowl Parade, 1949Add to your cart.
By Carl Frangkiser. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Cigar Bowl;  2. Cinnamon Bowl; 3.Cotton Bowl; 4. Delta Bowl; 5.Dixie Bowl; 6. Dust Bowl; 7. Gator Bowl; 8. Harbour Bowl; 9. Lily Bowl; 10.Orange Bowl; 11. Raisin Bowl; 12. Rose Bowl; 13. Sugar Bowl; 14. Sun Bowl; Tangerine Bowl; 15. Vulcan Bowl. Publisher: Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 3: Brass Quartets, 1927Add to your cart.
Arranged by John Oberhaeusser. For two Bb cornets and two trombones. Parts. Pieces include: 1. America; 2. We're Tenting to-Night; 3. Home, Sweet Home; 4. My Bonnie; 5. Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep; 6. Massa's in the Cold Ground; 7. Good-Night Ladies; 8. Love's Old Sweet Song; 9.Sweet and Low; 10. Annie Laurie; 11. The Star Spangled Banner; 12. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp!; 13. Just Before the Battle, Mother; 14. Marching thro Georgia; 15. Dixie Land; 16. Uncle Ned; 17. The Old Oaken Bucket; 18. The Soldier's Farewell; 19. The Dearest Spot; 20. Old Black Joe; 21. My Maryland; 22. Comin Thro the Rye; 23. Auld Lang Syne; 24. Old Folks at Home; 25. Battle Hymn of the Republic; 26. My Old Kentucky Home; 27. Columbia the Gem of the Ocean; 28. The Blue Bells of Scotland; 29. When the Swallows Homeward Fly; 30. Nearer My God to Thee; 31. Rest in Peace; 32. Farewell Song; 33. Forsaken; 34. The Chapel; 35. Fall in Line; 36. Sweet Evening Bells; 37. Mill in the Valley; 38. Shepherd's Sunday Song; 39. Hunter's Song; 40. Hunter's Farewell; 41. Loreley; 42. Spring Zephyr; 43. Hedge-Rose; 44. Good Fellowship Song; 45. Marching On. Publisher: Volkwein Bros., Inc., Pittsburgh, PA.
Item 4: Bridging the Gap Band Book, 1934Add to your cart.
By Irving Cheyette and Charles J. Roberts. Parts. Pieces include: 1. On the Meadow; 2. Trumpeters March; 3. Lead On; 4. Here We Go; 5. Our School; 6. Doremi; 7. Swing Waltz; 8. La Ballerina; 9. Country Dance; 10. Slavonic Dance; 11. Colonial Dames; 12. Now Thank We All; 13. Silent Night; 14. Alleluia; 15. Hail, Hail; 16. Our Boys Will Shine Tonight; 17. He's a Jolly Good Fellow; 18. Auld Lang Syne; 19. Lovely Evening; 20. Frere Jacques; 21. Plantation Overture; 22. America; 23. Stand by the Schools. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 5: Brockton Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Edited and arranged by Irving Cheyette and Charles J. Roberts. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Roll Off; 2. Forward; 3. Seventh Regiment; 4. Red, White and Blue; 5. Eastern Star; 6. Over the Top; 7. The Commander; 8. The Grenadiers; 9. Plantation Echoes; 10. Nonette; 11. Hiawatha; 12. One Night in June; 13. Under Southern Skies; 14. The Wayside Chapel; 15. Corinthian; 16. Cosmopolitan.  Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 6: Buchtel Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. On Parade; 2. Marching Along; 3. The Brigadiers; 4. Loyalty; 5. Alma Mater; 6. Mister Jack; 7. Blue Skies; 8. La Danseuse; 9. The Little Maid Dances; 10. Three Mice and  Pumpkin Eater; 11. The Clock; 12. Hiawatha's Love Song; 13. Danse a La Russe; 14. Oriental Procession; 15. Slinky Chinky; 16. The Merry-Go-Round. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 7: Building the Band, 1931Add to your cart.
By Ed Chenette. Parts. Pieces include instructional and practice exercises and program pieces: 1. Football Squad; 2. Track Team; 3. Basketball Team; 4. Baseball Nine; 5. Gymnasium; 6. Recess Time; 7. Assembly Hour; 8. Vacation Days. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 8: Campus Band Book, 1930Add to your cart.
Arranged by William Strasser. For young bands and orchestras. Parts. Pieces include: 1. My Bonnie; 2. Levee Song; 3. Oh! Susanna; 4. Sailing; 5. For He's a Jolly Good Fellow! 6. John Peel; 7. Gaily the Troubadour; 8. Nellie Was a Lady; 9. Long, Long Ago; 10. Funiculi, Funicula; 11. Polly-Wolly-Doodle; 12. Bingo; 13. Gaudeamus; 14. The Old Oaken Bucket; 15. Solomon Levi; 16. Reuben and Rachel; 17. Jingle Bells; 18. How Can I Leave Thee; 19. A Capital Ship; 20. Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes; 21. Massa's in the Cold Ground; 22. Stars of the Sumer Night; 23. Juanita; 24. Taps; 25. The Bull-Dog; 26. Integer Vitae; 27. Crambambuli; 28. Sweet and Low; 29. Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep; 30. When You and I Were Young, Maggie; 31. The Quilting Party; 32. The Little Brown Church in the Vale; 33. Upidee; 34. Where Has My Little Dog Gone? 35. Good Night, Ladies; 36. There's Music in the Air; 37. Home, Sweet Home; 38. Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here; 39. Battle Hymn of the Republic; 40. Fair Harvard; 41. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot; 42. Oh, My Darling Clementine; 43. The Star-Spangled Banner; 44. Yankee Doodle; 45. America; 46. Nancy Lee; 47. Auld Lang Syne. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 9: Campus Concert Collection, undatedAdd to your cart.
For Band. By G.E. Holmes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Forward Pass; 2. In the Valley; 3. The Flying Argonauts; 4. Touchdown; 5. The Sunset Limited; 6. In the Wilderness; 7. Sunrise on the Mountain; 8. Lotus Flower; 9. El Sereno; 10. Midsummer Eve; 11. Commencement Ball; 12. The DIctator; 13. Field-Day; 14. The Ambassador; 15. Olympia Overture; 16. Winter Sports. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
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Item 1: Capitol Band Book, 1951Add to your cart.
Composed by E. Brose, H. Dunn, G. Olin, J. Fenner. Parts. Pieces included: 1. The Glider; 2. Gray Boy; 3. Fire Fall; 4. Gayway; 5. Rocket; 6. Roll Along; 7. Sequoia; 8. Gigantic; 9. Rotary; 10. Folk Song; 11. Regatta; 12. Panther; 13. Starlight; 14. Little Brown Jug on Parade; 15. Hill Billy; 16. Capitol. Publisher: Don Keller, Berkeley, CA.
Item 2: Captain Darcy's Ceremonial Band Book, 1949Add to your cart.
Compiled, edited, and arranged by Captain Thomas F. Darcy, Jr. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Star-Spangled Banner, Bb; 2. Star-Spangled Banner, Ab; 3. America; 4. Retreat; 5. To the Color; 6. Ruffles and Flourishes; 7. Hail to the Chief; 8. The General's March; 9. Flag Officer's March; 10. Yankee Doodle; 11. Dixie; 12. Auld Lange Syne; 13. Nearer My God to Thee; 14. Abide With Me; 15. Taps; 16. Processional March No. 1; 17. Processional March No. 2; 18. Adjutant's Call; 19. Sound Off; 20. Alma Mater; 21. U.S. Army March; 22. Then Marched the Brave; 23. Okinawa; 24. SHAEF; 25. King Arthur; 26. Private Kilroy; 27. La Princesita. Publisher: Bourne, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 3: Cardinal Band Book, The, 1940Add to your cart.
For young bands. Arranged by Pat Lee. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Cardinal; 2. Fort Bragg; 3. Sun Maid; 4. Little Jumbo; 5. Young Comrades; 6. State Center; 7. New Frontier; 8. The Gayway; 9. Moonlight on the Meadow; 10. Jungle Dance; 11. Evening Song; 12. Lotus Land; 13. Shadow Time; 14. The Marionette; 15. The Shores of Italy; 16. Rose Tournament. Publisher: Don Keller, Berkeley, CA.
Item 4: Carl Fischer Elementary Band Book, 1955Add to your cart.
For beginning bands. Composed by Leon V. Metcalf. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Highline March; 2. Skagit March; 3. Cascadia Waltz; 4. Federal Way March; 5. Paper Boy March; 6. Hazel Valley Waltz; 7. Overlake Waltz; 8. Rest Easy; 9. Southgate March; 10. Silver Spring Waltz; 11. Centinela; 12. Take Me to Grandpa; 13. Chorale in Stop Time; 14. Solo Air; 15. Rhythm; 16. Melody; 17. The Delaware Waltz; 18. St. Mary's March. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 5: Cavalry of the Clouds, 1923Add to your cart.
March. Composer: Kenneth J. Alford. Parts. Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, Ltd., London, England.
Item 6: Celestial Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by George D. Barnard. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Celestial Series No. 1; 2. Celestial Series No. 2; 3. Celestial Series No. 3; 4. Celestial Series No. 4; 5. Celestial Series No. 5; 6. Celestial Series No. 6; 7. Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur; 8. Ein' Feste Burg; 9. Sweet Spirit Hear My Prayer; 10. Pilgrims Chorus from Tannhauser; 11. Largo; 12. Cradle Song; 13. The Lost Chord; 14. Evening Star; 15. Traumerei; 16. Ave Maria (Bach-Gounod); 16. Ave Maria (Mascagni); 17. My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice; 18. Serenade; 19. La Cinquantaine. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 7: Chappell Concert Folio, 1933Add to your cart.
Arranged by Edgar Russell Carver. For band and orchestra. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Autumn Maneuvers; 2. Big Guns; 3. Blaze On; 4. Jesting; 5. Spirit of Youth; 6. Glaucus and Scyila; 7. Pomona; 8. Hunting Scene; 9. Breezin' Thru; 10. Bells of St Mary's; 11. On Miami Shore; 12. Cathedral Memories; 13. Chansonette; 14. Un Peu d'Amour; 15. Moonlight Dance; 16. The Star Spangled Banner; 17. America. Publisher: Chappell-Harms, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 8: Chenette Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Ed Chenette. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Scoutmaster; 2. Drums and Bugles; 3. The Star Scout; 4. The Eagle Scout; 5. The Honor Medal; 6. The Scout Patrol; 7. Boostin' the Basses; 8. Trombone Troubles; 9. A Clarinet Caprice; 10. Drum Dabs; 11. A Blue Fox Trot; 12. Wistful Waltzes; 13. Canto for Cornets; 14. A Symphonc Serenade; 15. Olympian Overture; 16. Overture Official. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 9: Children's March, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by Edwin Franko Goldman. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, New York, NY.
Item 10: Chorale Classics, 1941Add to your cart.
For ensemble, band and orchestra. Arranged by Harvey S. Whistler and Herman A. Hummel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Exalted Lord; 2. Behold Our Faith Divine; 3. A Mighty Fortress Is Our God; 4. Sleepers Awake!; 5. When Jesus Our Lord; 6. Let All Men Praise the Lord; 7. O God, As Divers Aches of Hearrt; 8. Thy Name We Hail; 9. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring; 10. Go Forth With Thy Courage; 11. For Your Ascension, I Herewith; 12. Praise Ye the Lord of Hosts; 13. Holy Is the Lord; 14. O Jesus, Tender Shepherd, Hear; 15. Tell Us of the Night; 16. Lord and Master. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 11: Christian Church Year in Chorals, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Compiled and edited by Carl F. Pfatteicher. Arranged for Brass Quartet by Lester Brockton. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty (A); 2. Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty (B); 3. God Reveals His Presence; 4. Blessed Jesus, At Thy Word; 5. Lord Jesus Christ, Be Present Now; 6. Abide With Us, Lord Jesus; 7. Light of Light, Enlighten Me; 8. O Christ, Thou Bright and Morning Star; 9. God, Who Madest Earth and Heaven; 10. Evening and Morning; 11. Jesus, Sun of Righteousness; 12. O Morning Star: How Fair and Bright; 13. When Morning Gilds the Skies; 14. Since Now the Day Hath Reached Its Close; 15. Now All the Woods Are Sleeping; 16. Now God, Be With Us; 17. Wake Awake, For Night Is Flying; 18. O How Shall I Receive Thee? 19. Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty Gates! 20. Comfort, Comfort Ye My People; 21. From Heaven Above to Earth I Come; 22. All My Heart This Night Rejoices; 23. Lightly Bound, My Bosom, Ringing; 24. Come and Christ the Lord Be Praising; 25. A Spray Arose to Glory; 26. As With Gladness Men of Old; 27. Jesus, Still Lead On; 28. If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee!; 29. Agnus Dei (A); 30. Agnus Dei (B); 30. Lamb of God Without Blemish; 31. Christ the Life of All the Living; 32. O Sacred Head, Now Wounded; 33. What Laws, My Blessed Savior Hast Thou Broken?; 34. When I Survey the Wondrous Cross; 35. Jesus Christ, My Sure Defence; 36. O Sons and Daughters, Let Us Sing; 37. God Crowned Thee Lord with Gladness; 38. Come, Holy Spirit, God and Lord!; 39. Lord Keep Us Steadfast in Thy Word; 40. A Mighty Fortress is Our God; 41. Bless Us Saviour Thine We Are; 42. Deck Thyself, My Soul With Gladness; 43. More Than All, One Thing My Heart is Craving; 44. When My Last Hour is Close at Hand; 45. Hark! A Voice Saith, All Are Mortal; 46. Dies Irae, Dies Illa;  47. Jerusalem, Thou City Fair and High; 48. Up My Soul, Gird Thee with Power; 49. In Prayer Your Voices Raise Ye; 50. O God, Thou Faithful God; 51. Here Behold Me, As I Cast Me; 52. Out of the Depths I Cry to Thee; 53. Now Thank We All Our God; 54. Praise to the Lord, the Almighty; 55. In Thee is Gladness; 56. O That I Had a Thousand Voices! ; 57. When All Thy Mercies, O My God;58. Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above; 59. All Glory Be to God on High; 60. O Praise the Lord Forever; 61. To My God I Would be Singing; 62. Lord, with Glowing Heart I'd Praise Thee; 62. Lord, Who Can Be with Thee Compared?; 64. Praise Ye the Lord, To God Give Thy Chorus; 65. How Great, Almighty, Is Thy Kindness; 66. When I, O Lord, Thy Might Behold; 67. Beautiful Saviour! King of Creation; 68. Love Divine, All Love Excelling; 69. What God Does, Ever Well is Done!; 70. Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow; 71. Lord, All My Heart Is Fix'd On Thee! 72. Jesus, Thou Son of God's Love Never Ending; 73. Jesus, Help Conquer! Thou Prince Everliving; 74. Tho' It Was DIstant, Lord, Thy Great Throne I've See; 75. My Faith's the Greatest Joy to Me. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 12: Christmas Band Book, The, 1951Add to your cart.

Arrangements by Clair W. Johnson and Harold L. Walters. Conductor's score. Pieces include: 1. O Holy Night; 2. Christmas Greetings; 3. The First Noel; 4. We Three Kings of Orient Are; 5. March of the Three Kings; 6. The Story of Christmas; 7. Adeste Fideles; 8. Christmas Reverence; 9. Jingle Bells Rhapsody; 10. Noel, Noel, Noel; 11. Yuletude at Yorkshire; 12. The Messiah; 13. March of the Little Tin Soldiers; 14. Two Christmas Classics: I. Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming & II. Adoramus Te. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.

Note: Conductor's score is oversize and may be found in Box 28, Item 2.

Item 13: Christmas Carols, 1941Add to your cart.
For band or brass choir. Arranged by G.E. Holmes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The First Noel; 2. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear; 3. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; 4. O Come, All Ye Faithful; 5. Silent Night; 6. While Shepherds Watch Their Flocks; 7. O, Little Town of Bethlehem; 8. O Come, Little Children; 9. March of the Three Kings; 10. We Three Kings of Orient Are; 11. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen; 14. Jingle Bells; 15. Deck the Hall; 16. Jolly Old Saint Nicholas; 17. O Faithful Pine (O Tannenbaum); 18. O Holy Night; 19. O Sanctissima. Publisher: Rubank, Chicago, IL.
Item 14: Christmas Folio, 1952Add to your cart.
Arranged by Ed Chenette. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Jingle Bells; 2. Silent Night; 3. O Little Town of Bethlehem; 4. Deck the Hall; 5. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear; 6. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.  Publisher: Pro Art Publications, New York, NY.
Item 15: Christmas Time, 1951Add to your cart.
Carols for playing and singing. Arranged by Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Adeste Fidelis; 2. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; 3. Joy to the World; 4. Silent Night; 5. O Little Town of Bethlehem; 6. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear; 7. Good Christian Men, Rejoice; 8. The First Nowell; 9. Angels We Have Heard on High; 10. Beautiful Savior; 11. Away In a Manger; 12. Good King Wenceslas; 13. Deck the Halls; 14. Jingle Bells; 15. O Tannenbaum; 16. Up on the House-Top; 17. We Wish You a Merry Christmas; 18. Jolly Old Saint Nicholas; 19. We Three Kings; 20. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen; 21. Break Forth O Beauteous Heavenly Light; 22. Merry Christmas Time; 23. A Song for Christmas; 24. How Glad I Am Each Christmas Eve; 25. The Friendly Beasts; 26. While Shepherds Watched; 27. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks; 28. O Come, O Come Immanuel; 29. What Child Is This; 30. Lo, How a Rose; 31. As Lately We Watched; 32. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day; 33. The Infant King; 34.Sing Songs of Joy; 35. The Holly and the Ivy; 36. I Saw Three Ships; 37. Coventry Carol.  Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Park Ridge, IL.
Item 16: Christmas Time, 1957Add to your cart.
Ludwig Melody & Rhythm Series. Arranged, compiled & edited by Clifford P. Barnes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Jingle Bells; 2. Adeste Fidelis; 3. The First Noel; 4. O Little Town of Bethlehem; 5. Good King Wenceslas; 6. We Three Kings of Orient Are; 7. O Come, Little Children; 8. Silent Hight; 9. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; 10. God Rest Your Merry, Gentlemen; 11. O Christmas Tree; 12. O Sanctissima; 13. Away in the Manger; 14. Joy to the World. Publisher: Ludwig Music Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 17: Christmas Winds Band Book, 1956Add to your cart.
Arranged by Phil Scott, edited by June C. Phillips. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Adeste Fidelis; 2. Deck the Hall; 3. Away in a Manger; 4. Good King Wenceslas; 5. First Noel; 6. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; 7.Jolly Old St. Nicholas; 8. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day; 9. O, Sanctissima; 10. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear; 11. Jingle Bells; 12. Silent Night; 13. Up on the Housetop; 14. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks; 15. Joy to the World; 16. O, Little Town of Bethlehem; 17. O, Christmas Tree; 18. Angels from the Realm of Glory; 19. We Wish You a Merry Christmas; 20. We Three Kings. Publisher: Schmitt Publications, Inc., Mnneapolis, MN.
Item 18: Cline March Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by J. DeForest Cline. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The President's Own; 2. Friendship and Fidelity; 3. Sons of the Desert; 4. The Glorious Tribute; 5. Marching to Victory; 6. Under the American Flag; 7. Across the Sands; 8. Flag of the Free; 9. Grand Triumphal; 10. The Spirit of Victory; 11. El Jebel Temple; 12. Trumpeters on Parade; 13. Downie Bros. Triumphal; 14. My Country and My Flag; 15. C.T.C.; 16. Kappa Kappa Psi. Published by C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 19: Collection of Gospel Hymns, undatedAdd to your cart.
For brass and reed band. Arranged by L.P. Laurendeau. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Nearer, My God, to Thee; 2. Lead, Kindly Light; 3. Happy Day; 4. Adeste Fideles; 5. Sun of My Soul; 6. God Speed the Right; 7. Rock of Ages; 8. Holy! Holy!; 9. O, Sanctissima; 10. Pleyel's Hymn; 11. Come, Ye Disconsolate; 12. Rejoice and Be Glad; 13. The Great Physician; 14. Jesus, Lover of My Soul; 15. Save within the Vail; 16. Watchman, Tell Us of the Night; 17. Brightly Gleams Our Banner; 18. Homeward Bound; 19. Rest for the Weary; 20. Abide with Me; 21. Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaver; 22. Missionary Hymn; 23. Onward, Christian Soldiers; 24. The Morning Light is Breaking; 25. Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 20: College Classics for Band, 1941Add to your cart.
College marches. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Song of the Owls (Rice); 2. Tiger Team of L.S.U.; 3. The Aggie Spirit (Texas A&M); 4. Travel Along, Mississippi; 5. Florida Touchdown Song; 6. Victory Bells (Kentucky); 7. Go On Mustangs (SMU); 8. Go, Oklahoma; 9. For Old Tulane; 10. For Kansas; 11. Tennessee Forever; 12. A Toast to the Team (Oregon); 13. 'Bama, You're Wonderful (Alabama); 14. D-A-R-T-M-O-U-T-H; 15. Let's Go, Manhattan; 16. Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech; 17. Hail, Colgate; 18. Syracuse Varsity March; 19. Ring Out Your Hoiahs (Holy Cross); 20. Fight, Fight, Fight (Pittsburgh); 21. The Hornhusker (Nebraska); 22. Cheer, Pennsylvania; 23. The VIctors (Michigan); 24. U. of M. Rouser (Minnesota); 25. Wildcats (Northwestern); 26. Stand Up and Fight (Iowa); 27. Men of Purdue; 28. On to the Goal, Illinois; 29. Stand Up and Cheer (Columbia and others); 30. We're Arizona Wildcats; 31. Bear Down You Golden Bear (California); 32. For Old Northwestern U.; 33. Song of Troy (S. California); 34. Vict'ry for Washington; 35. On You Bruins (UCLA).  Publisher: Allen Intercollegiate Music, Inc., New York, NY.
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Item 1: Combination Band and Orchestra Folio, 1921Add to your cart.
Composed by M.L. Lake. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Naval Cadet; 2. Edgewood Brigade; 3. Down the Line; 4. Bunker Hill; 5. The Home Defense; 6. The Pazorka; 7. The Wanderer; 8. The American Bugler; 9. On the Firing Line; 10. The Brocktonian; 11. Springtime; 12. Twilight; 13. Alone; 14. Woodland; 15. The Homestretch; 16. The Plunger; 17. The Wizard; 18. Low Bridge; 19. Jasbo; 20. Southern Drag. 21. The Barndance; 22. Follow Me; 23. Solitude; 24. Serenade; 25. Forevermore; 26. Eventide; 27. Jubilee; 28. Knights and Ladies Lancers; 29. Belle of the Ball; 30. Around the Hall. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 2: Concert Band Folio, 1939Add to your cart.
Arranged by Carl Webber. Parts. Pieces include: 1. With Flying Colors; 2. Intermezzo Russe; 3. Sleeping Beauty; 4. Oklahoman; 5. In an Alabama Cabin; 6. Floating Water-Lilies; 7. Mouse-King; 8. Good Bye, Sweet Day; 9. Ciribiribin; 10. La Czarine; 11. Boston Normal School; 12. Masqueraders; 13. Tempter; 14. Little Caporal; 15. Merry Christmas!; 16. Soldiers' March. Publisher: White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston, MA.
Item 3: Come Blow Your Horn, 1957Add to your cart.
By Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. On the March; 2. The Winners March; 3. Karen Waltz; 4. Golden Arrow March; 5. Skylarks; 6. Gay Hearts; 7. Janus Waltz; 8. Merry Minstrel; 9. Big Chief; 10. Caisson Song; 11. Intermezzo; 12. Trapeze Artist; 13. Crown Prince; 14. Adonis; 15. Kate; 16. Dupli-Kate; 17. Marines Hymn; 18. Manana; 19. When the Saints Go Marching In; 20. How I Became a Great Musical Artist; 21. Four Ring Circus. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Park Ridge, IL.
Item 4: Comet Band Book, 1950Add to your cart.
By Eugene Brose. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Comet; 2. Vagabond; 3. Constellation; 4. Paramount; 5. Freeway; 6. Dedication; 7. Jubilant; 8. Sousa Medley; 9. Eagle; 10. 25th Anniversary; 11. Bearcats; 12. Panimints; 13. Sousa's Semper Fidelis; 14. Allegiance; 15. Cheerio Bases; 16. Star Spangled Banner; America; America the Beautiful.Publisher: Don Keller, Berkeley, CA.
Item 5: Companion, The, No. 1, 1931Add to your cart.
Music Master Series, No. 1. Composer: C.F. Toenniges. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Attention; 2. Play; 3. Ding Dong; 4. See Saw; 5. Eleanor Waltz; 6. Josephine Waltz; 7.Hymn; 8. Geraldine Mazurka; 9. Study Hour March; 10. Comrade March; 11. Mysterious Story; 12. The Song of the Farmer; 13. Kangaroo Dance; 14. Rustic Dance; 15. Dance of the Elves; 16. The Dancing Elephant; 17.The Pony Trot; 18. Moonlight Serenade; 19. Flowers Waltz; 20. The President March; 21. Dancing Daisies; 22. Prep and Pep March; 23. Emerald Isle Medley. Publisher: The C.F. Toenniges Co., Detroit, MI.
Item 6: Concert Folio for Younger Bands, 1953Add to your cart.
Arranged by William C. Schoenfed. Parts. Pieces include: 1. When Hearts Are Young; 2. Don't Give Up the Ship; 3. My Hero; 4. April Showers; 5.Three Irish Favorites; 6. Painting the Clouds with Sunshine; 7. The Good Green Acres of Home; 8. California Here I Come; 9. Don't Fence Me In; 10. Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet; 11. Carolina In the Morning; 12. Soldiers of God. Publisher: Remick Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 7: Contest Band Folio, 1925Add to your cart.
Compositions by: Harry L. Alford, Ed Chenette, M.H. Ribble, A.F. Wendland, I.S. Loos. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Contestant; 2. Teamwork; 3. Band Boys; 4.Nifty; 5. Field Day; 6. Simplicity; 7. Step Lively; 8. Grab It; 9. Whistling Willies; 10. Marjorie; 11. Mellow Moon; 12. Twilight Thoughts; 13. The Little Wonder; 14. Junior Band; 15. Dainty Maid; 16. Slidin' Easy. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 8: Counsellor, The, 1933Add to your cart.
March. Composed by J.E. Maddy. Parts. Publisher: The Willis Music Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 9: Crawford Popular Tune Time (Quick-Step) Band Book, 1947Add to your cart.

Arranged by Erik Leidzen. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Among My Souvenirs; 2. Are You Havin' Any Fun?; 3. The Best Things in Life Are Free; 4. Button Up Your Overcoat; 5. Did Yu Ever See a Dream Walking?; 6. Did Your Mother Come from Ireland?: 7. Good News; 8. Love Thy Neighbor; 9. Mean to Me; 10. Sonny Boy; 11. Stay As Sweet As You Are; 12. The Varsity Drag; 13. Where the Blue of the Night; 14. Wishing; 15. You're the Cream In My Coffee. Publisher: Crawford Music Corp., New York, NY.

Note: Crawford Popular Tune Time Band Book was formerly titled "Crawford Quick-Step Band Book." Selections are the same. Both sets are included in this item.

Item 10: Criterion Band Book, 1931Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by G.E. Holmes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Vivacity; 2. The Plutocracy; 3. On the Aerial Highway; 4. Transatlantic March; 5. On to Victory; 6. The Spirit of Dreams; 7. Moonglade; 8. Down the River; 9. Strolling Through the Woods; 10. Autumn Nights; 11. L'Estrella; 12. Voice of the Mount; 13. Song of the Sea; 14. Pastime Polka. Publisher: The B.F. Wood Music Co., Boston, MA.
Item 11: Dance Time Band Book, 1952Add to your cart.
By Harold L. Walters. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Circus Show; 2. Indian Act; 3. Fat Clown Polka; 4. Chariot Race; 5. He & She; 6. Comes the Bride; 7. Double Heart; 8. Rock the Baby; 9. Strut Yo' Stuff; 10. Steppin' Slipper; 11. Dixie Home; 12. Square Dances; 13. Kickin' the Conga; 14. Hat Dance; 15. Trop[ical Breeze; 16. Snake Dance. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 12: Daughters of Texas, 1930Add to your cart.
March. By John Philip Sousa. Parts. Publisher: Southern Music Co., San Antonio, TX.
Item 13: Dixieland Blues Band Book, 1954Add to your cart.
Arranged by John Warrington. Parts. Pieces include: 1. In a Minor Mood; 2. Clarinet Marmalade; 3. Wabash Blues; 4. Satanic Blues; 5. Tiger Rag; 6. Ostrich Walk; 7. The Darktown Strutters' Ball; 8. Bluin' the Blues; 9. Panama; 10. 'Lasses Candy; 11. Lazy Daddy; 12. Dog Town Blues; 13. China Boy; 14. Barnyard Blues; 15. Bb Blues. Robbins Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 14: Douglas Band Folio, Vol. 1, 1929Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Prestige; 2. Frills and Furbelows; 3. Determination; 4. Beaus and Belles; 5. Jolly Tars; 6. Coon's Holiday; 7. Dependable; 8. Dawn Break; 9. Acclamation; 10. Down the Stretch; 11. Anticipation; 12. Apres-Vous; 13. Wide-Awake; 14. Cytheria; 15. Foursquare; 16. In the Stockade. Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Box 10Add to your cart.
Item 1: Douglas Band Folio, Vol. 2, 1933Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Steppin' Along; 2. Sweet Clover; 3. Athabasca; 4. Idle Thoughts; 5, Top-Notch; 6. By the Lake; 7. Pride of the Prairies; 8. Dance of the Stars; 9. Under the Southern Cross; 10. Carnival Queen; 11. Flashing Blades; 12. Darktown on Parade; 13. Pink to Palm; 14. Moonlight Memories; 15. The Iron Sixth; 16. Empire Builder. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 2: Dunedin, undatedAdd to your cart.
March. Composed by Kenneth J. Alford. Parts. Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, Ltd., London, England.
Item 3: Early American Band Book, 1943Add to your cart.
For young bands. Parts. Pieces included: 1. Minute-Men; 2. Flag Tunes; 3. Two Early American Songs; 4. Constitution; 5. Paul Revere's Ride; 6. Continental; 7. Two Candlelight Dances; 8. Cradle of Liberty; 9. Bunker Hill; 10. Boston Tea Party; 11. Valley Forge; 12. Pocahontas; 13. Captain Kidd. 14. At the Clavichord; 15. American Triumphal. Publisher: Broadcast Music, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 4: Educator, The, Book 1, 1910Add to your cart.
Method for military band. By C.L. Barnhouse. Parts. Publsher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 5: Epperson's Band and Orchestra Folio, 1924Add to your cart.
Parts. Parts include: 1. Yankee Doodle; 2. Our Pride; 3. Daisy Waltz; 4. Forward March; 5. The Chariot; 6. America; 7. The Race; 8. Marching Through Georgia; 9. Mazurka; 10. Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!; 11. Heavy Artillery; 12. Promotion; 13. Spring Breezez; 14.The Signal; 15. Golden Days; 16. Liberty Boys; 17. Foxy Fox; 18. Peppy Polly; 19. Sunbeams; 20. Spirit of the Age; 21. Our Dear Old High School. Educational Music Bureau, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 6: Frank Erickson Band Book, 1960Add to your cart.

Selected and arranged by Frank Erickson. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Day Dreams; 2. Scottish March; 3. Two Famous Chorales: I. St. Anthony Chorale & II. Austrian Hymn; 4. This Old Man; 5. Ship Ahoy; 6. The Ash Grove; 7. The Marching Clock; 8. Folk Song Medley; 9. Two Symphonic Themes; 10. Glow Worm; 11. Gay 90's; 12. Spiritual Medley; 13. Tomahawk; 14. Two Popular Melodies; 15. Christmas March. Publisher: Belwin, Rockville Cente, L.I., NY

Note: Conductor's score is oversize and may be found in Box 28, Item 3.

Item 7: Essential Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by S. Kooyman. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Innovation March; 2. The Boys in Purple; 3. The Iron Crown; 4. Semper Paratus March; 5. M.M.120 March or Galop; 6. Walk Over March; 7. The Fascinator; 8. Loch Lomond; 9. Golden Book Medley; 10. Smiling Eyes; 11. The Three Graces; 12. Napolitan Serenade; 13. Entre Nous Waltz; 14. Polonaise Militaire; 15. Laventura; 16. In the Shadows. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 8: Essentials of Band Playing, 1943Add to your cart.
By Harvey S. Whistler and Herman A. Hummel. Parts. Publisher: Rubank, Chicago, IL.
Item 9: Evans' Trainer, 1933Add to your cart.
Parts. By Harry W. Evans and George C. Leak. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 10: Everybody's Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
By W.D. McCaughey. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Aero Club; 2. Blue and Gold; 3. Altamont;  4. Chief Red Feather; 5. Crown City; 6. Dress Parade; 7. Field of Honor; 8. Hearts of Oak; 9. Harvard Special; 10. Jolly Trumpeter; 11. Lakes of Ocala; 12. Merry Minstrels; 13. The Mission of the Rose; 14. 19th Infrantry; 15. National Guard; 16. Over the Top; 17. Southern Belles; 18. Thalia; 19. Western Spirit. Publisher: Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 11: Exposition March, 1934Add to your cart.
Composer Edwin Franko Goldman; words by Elsa Wissell. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 12: Famous Fillmore Marches, 1959Add to your cart.
Composer: Henry Fillmore. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Americans We; 2. The Crosley March; 3. Gifted Leadership; 4. Orange Bowl; 5. His Honor; 6. The Klaxon; 7. The Man of the Hour; 8. Miami; 9. The Circus Bee; 10. The Footlifter; 11. Men of Florida; 12. Men of Ohio; 13. Noble Men; 14. The Poet, Peasant, and Light Cavalryman; 15. The Presidents March; 16. Reveille; 17. The Star-Spangled Banner. Publisher: Sampson - Ayers Music Co., Spokane, WA.
Item 13: Fanfare March & Cadence, 1953Add to your cart.
Arranged by Frank Erickson. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Cindy; 2. Iron Duke; 3. Old McDonald; 4. Three Blind Mice; 5. Alouette; 6. Man of War; 7. I've Been Workin' On De Railroad; 8. When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 9. War Admiral; 10. The Farmer in the Dell; 11. Row, Row, Row Your Boat; 12. Citation; 13. Charlie; 14. Erickson Swing; 15. Patriotic Airs: Star Spangled Banner, America, America the Beautiful. Publisher: Bourne, Inc. New York, NY.
Item 14: Fanfares of the Air, 1939Add to your cart.
By Harvey S. Whistler. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Master of Ceremonies; 2. National Broadcast; 3. News Time; 4. World Premier; 5. On the Air; 6. Front Page; 7. Festival Day; 8. Television; 9. Army and Navy; 10. Royal Guards; 11. Modernistic; 12. Carnival Queen; 13. World Progress; 14. National Hero; 15. Hall of Fame; 16. Court Processional; 17. Olympic Meet; 18. Streamliner; 19. American Legion; 20. Gala Event; 21. Dress Parade; 22. American Clipper; 23. Olympia; 24. Coronation; 25. Torchlight Parade; 26. Royal Escort; 27. Old Glory; 28. Twentieth Century; 29. Fete Triumphant; 30. Grand Entree. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 15: Fastime, 1956Add to your cart.
Arranged by Acton E. Ostling. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Our Director; 2. Up the Street; 3. The Victors; 4. Entry of the Gladiators; 5. W.M.B.; 6. Joyce's 71st Regiment; 7. Tenth Regiment; 8. Salutation; 9. Greeting to Bangor; 10. The Corcoran Cadets; 11. Sharpshooters; 12. Adjutant Bridge; 13. Enterprise; 14. Our Defenders; 15. American Eagle; 16. On Review; 17. When the Saints Come Marching In; 18. March Song of Holy Cross; 19. Annie Rooney; 20. Andantino; 21. Easy Street; 22. Second Regiment P.M.; 23. The Thunderer; 24. El Capitan; 25. Manhatta Beach; 26. Chicago Tribune; 27. Friendship; 28. Hamlin Rifles; 29. Invincible Cadet; 30. Steel King; 31. New York Journal; 32. Lord Jeffrey Amherst; 33. Star Spangled Banner; 34. Exercise for "Fast-Cadence" and "Lift-Up" Drill.  Publisher: Belwin, Rockfille Centre, L.I., NY.
Item 16: Favorite Brass Quartet Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by Fred W. Clement. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Hail Columbia; 2. There's Music in the Air; 3.Listen to the Mocking Bird; 4. The Watch on the Rhine; 5. My Old Kentucky Home; 6. America; 7. The Last Rose of Summer; 8. Annie Laurie; 9. Shells of Ocean; 10. How Can I Leave Thee?; 11. Oh My Native Land is Fair!; 12. Good Night Ladies!; 13. The Old Cabin Home; 14. The Old Oaken Bucket; 15. Star Spangled Banner; 16. Maryland, My Maryland; 17. Ben Bolt; 18. Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground; 19.My Bonnie; 20. Old Folks at Home; 21. Scenes that are Brightest; 22. Soldiers Farewell; 23. When the Swallows Homeward Fly; 24. Sweet and Low. Publisher: Mace Gay, Brockton, MA.
Box 11Add to your cart.
Item 1: Favorite Waltzes, undatedAdd to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by L.P. Laurendeau. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Blue Danube; 2. Dolores; 3. Wiener Buerger; 4. Waves of the Danube; 5. New Vienna Waltz; 6. Lenz und Liebe; 7. The Skaters; 8. Dream on the Ocean; 9. Oriental Roses; 10. Artist's Dream; 11. Vienna Life; 12. Sobre las Olas (Over the Waves); 13. Ciribiribin; 14. Tesoro Mio; 15. Espiritus del Vino; 16. Home, Sweet Home. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 2: Fillmore Co-operative Concert Band Book, The, 1944Add to your cart.
For advanced bands. Selected and arranged by Aug. H. Schaefer. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Jewels: Beautiful Dreamer & Camptown Races; 2. Gems: Pirates Chorus; A Wandering Minstrel; For He is an Englishman; 3. March Triomphale; 4. Allegro and Galop; 5. Heavens Are Telling; 6. Spnish Dance; 7. Intermezzo; 8. The C Sharp Minor Prelude; 9. Largo; 10. Annie Laurie; 11. Blue Danube; 12. Summer Evenings; 13. Dream of Love; 14. Waltz of the Flowers; 15. Finale of the Overture (Orpheus); 16. King's Prayer and Finale. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 3: Fillmore's March Book for Band, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer: Henry Fillmore. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Americans We; 2. Golden Friendships; 3. Crosley; 4. Man of the Hour; 5. Gifted Leadership; 6. The Man Among Men; 7. Playfellow; 8. Men of Ohio; 9. Noble Men; 10. 136th U.S.A. Field Artillery; 11. More Fraternity; 12. The Marvel; 13. His Excllency; 14. Rolling Thunder; 15. Poet, Peasant and Light Cavalryman; 16. An Old Tme Political Parade. Pubkisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 4: Fillmore Second Reader Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
By Leon V. Metcalf. Parts. Pieces incude: 1. Uldene; 2. Margot; 3. Mac; 4. Arist; 5. The Old Church Choir; 6. Cromaine; 7. The Platoon; 8. Hungarian Folk Tune; 9. Dennis; 10. Glebefield; 11. Santa Lucia; 12. Choral; 13. Elva; 14. Jackie; 15. Choral; 16. Finnish Idyll; 17. Serenade to Clarice; 18. Clumsy Bill; 19. Semitones; 20. Bombardon; 21. SIlent Night; 22. Three Blind Weasels in the Dell; 23. Broken Chord Choral; 24. Elephant's Lullaby; 25. Kingfisher; 26. Intermezzo; 27. Roumanian Folk Dance; 28. Semiquavers; 29. George of Whidby; 30. Rondo Abaca. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 5: Fillmore Short Cut Band Method, The, undatedAdd to your cart.

By Leon V. Metcaf. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Cuckoo; 2. Mary's Lamb; 3. Cobbler, Cobbler; 4. Chimes; 5. Bonny Heather; 6. The Gamut; 7. The Turkey; 8. Corporal Callahan; 9. Two for a Shilling; 10. Little River; 11. London Bridge; 12. The Clarinet; 13. Polka; 14. Lovely Evening; 15. Tell Me; 16. Jim and Jerry; 17. Rousseau's Hymn; 18. Hamburg; 19. The Birch Tree; 20. Volga Boatman;  21.  A Russian Song; 22. Sun of My Soul; 23. Circus Day; 24. Pass in Review - March; 25. Winter Adieu; 26. Winter Song; 27. A Russian Song; 28. Cuckoo; 29. Lady April; 30. Mary's Lamb; 31. Chimes; 32. Winter Song; 33. Busy Bees; 34. Etude; 35. Bobolink; 36. Little Buttercup; 37. Johnny Jump Up; 38. Lady April; 39. The Penny; 40. Red Boots; 41. From Heaven Above; 42. Chord Study; 43. French Folk Song; 44. Spanish Hymn; 45. A Carol; 46. Paul on the Hill; 47. Ducklings; 48. Cobbler, Cobbler; 49. Mary's Lamb; 50. Gypsy Dance; 51. Honey Bee; 52. A Danish Song; 53. Variations on an Old German Folk Song; 54. Upidee; 55. Mary's Lamb; 56. Cuckoo; 57. Ducklings; 58. Paul on the Hill. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.

Note: Although titles of some pieces appear more than once, the pieces are in different keys and with dirrerent time signatures.

Item 6: Finder & Urbanek Beginner's Saxophone Band Instructor, 1922Add to your cart.
Edited and arranged by Carlton L. Colby and Harry L. Alford. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Winter Nights; 2. America; 3. The Star Spangled Banner; 4. Melody Land; 5. Pleasant Moments; 6. Some Pep; 7. Masterbilt; 8. Reminiscences of Grand Opera.  Publisher: Finder & Urbanek, Chicago, IL.
Item 7: Finder & Urbanek Saxophone Bandbook, Vol. 2, 1924Add to your cart.
Arranged by Harry L. Alford. Parts. Pieces include: 1. America United; 2. Andante Cantabile; 3. Stop It; 4. Reminiscences of Grand Opera No. 2; 5. Valse Camilla; 6. The Follies; 7. Sabbath Chimes. Publisher: Finder & Urbanek, Chicago, IL.
Item 8: First Steps in Band Playing, 1942Add to your cart.

By Harvey S. Whistler and Herman A. Hummel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Long, Long Ago; 2. Jingle Bells; 3. Twinkle Little Star; 4. Hansel and Gretel; 5. Buffalo Gals; 6. A-Tisket, A-Tasket; 7. Air from Rigoletto; 8. Gaily the Troubador; 9. Little Brown Jug; 10. Festival Day; 11. The Chatterers; 12. Martha; 13. Emerald Waltz; 14. Poet and Peasant; 15. Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffmann; 16. Loch Lomond; 17. Home on the Range; 18. Red River Valley; 19. Favorite Melody; 20. Exalted Leader; 21. Emerald Waltz; 22. Little Brown Jug; 23. Martha; 24. Air Brigade - March; 25. Clipper Ship, USA - March.  Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.

Note: Some pieces with duplicate names are at different levels of difficulty.

Item 9: Fischer's Brass and Reed Band Journal, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed or arranged by L.P. Laurendeau. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Autocrat; 2. Cordelia; 3. The Ambassador; 4. Apollo; 5. Flag of Truce; 6. The Pasha; 7. Masquerade; 8. Peach Blossoms; 9.Operatic Reminiscences; 10. Sweet Smiles; 11. Stampede; 12. Cavalcade; 13. Constancy; 14.The Colored Guards' Parade. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 10: Fischer Standard March Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Rifle Regiment March; 2. Governor Woodfin's March; 3. 20th Century March; 4. General Miles; 5. Northwind; 6. Flag of Victory; 7. Bombasto; 8. King Over All; 9. Ann Arbor University March; 10. King of the Turf; 11. Happy Days; 12. Under the Double Eagle; 13. American Volunteers; 14. Signal March; 15. Mt. St. Louis Cadets; 16. With Iron Hand; 17. For the Nation's Honor; 18. Thunder and Blazes; 19. Our Favorite Regiment; 20. Guard of Honor. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 11: Folk Songs and Ballads for Band, 1955Add to your cart.
By Harold L. Walters. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Duke Street; 2. Good Luck; 3. Go Tell Aunt Rhodie; 4. The Lonesome Road; 5. Down in the Valley; 6. Cockles and Mussels; 7. Lou'siana Belle; 8. Aura Lee; 9. Steal Away; 10. I Love Little Willie; 11. Tell Me Why; 12. The Miller Dee; 13. Dear Evelina; 14. Minka, Minka; 15. Dese Bones; 16. Big Rock Candy Mountain; 17. Flow Gently, Sweet Afton; 18. Comrades; 19. Old English Air; 20. Here Comes No. Twenty-Nine!; 21. The Volga Boatman; 22. A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight; 23. Clementine; 24. You Tell Me Your Dream; 25. Under the Willow She's Sleeping; 26. The Minstrel Boy; 27. Roll, Jordan, Roll; 28. The Erie Canal; 29. Gentle Annie; 30. Waters Ripple, Waters Flow; 31. Go Down, Moses; 32. Rig-A-Jig-Jig; 33. Across the Wide Missouri; 34. Over the River and Through the Woods; 35. Little David, Play on Your Harp; 36. Charlie Is My Darlin'; 37. Kentucky Babe; 38. Marianina; 39. Jubilo; 40. Poor Wayfaring Stranger; 41. Stodola Pumpa. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 12: Folk Tune Band Book for Beginners, 1930Add to your cart.
By Leon V. Metcalf. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Cuckoo (multiple versions); 2. Upidee (multiple versions); 3. Lightly Row; 4. Russian Folk Tune (multiple versions); 5. Honey Bee; 6. Mary Had a Little Lamb (multiple versions); 7. London Bridge (multiple versions); 8. America; 9. Softly Now the Light of Day; 10. Circus Day; 11. Jack and Jill; 12. Twinkle, Twinkle (multiple versions); 13. Rousseau's Hymn (multiple versions); 14. Come Away; 15. Lullaby; 16. Air; 17. Theme from 9th Symphony; 18. Folk Melody; 19. Ukranian Wedding Song;  20. Hill and Dale; 21. America; 22. Slumber Song (multiple versions); 23. The River; 24. Oats and Beans (multiple versions); 24. Looby Lou (multiple versions); 25. Bohemian Folk Tune; 26. Lucky Fellow Waltz; 27. Du, Du Liegst Mir im Herzen; 28. My Bonnie; 29. Santa Lucia; 30. Choral (multiple versions); 31. Susie, Little Susie; 32. German Song; 33. Basso March; 34. Music in the Air; 35. Our Boys Will Shine; 36. Pep Song; 37. English Folk Song; 38. Plainte. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 13: Football Revues for Band, undatedAdd to your cart.
by Paul Yoder. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Pre-Game Salute: You're Right; 2. Music in the Air: Clarinet Polka; Oh! Susanna; Trombone Boogie; Ciribiribin; Parade Routine; 3. Hat Parade: Where Did You Get That Hat; For He's a Jolly Good Fellow; The Bowery; Red RIver Valley; American Patrol; 4. At the Circus: One, Two, Three, Four; The Man on the Flying Trapeze; Balloon; RIngling Bros. Grand Entry; 5. Drum Major's Dilemma: Pop Goes the Weasel; Frankie and Johnny; Rank Mutiny; Three Blind Mice; Hand Me Down My Walkin' Cane; 6. Moonlight Romance: Stars of the Summer Night; In the Evening by the Moonlight; Theme; Love's Old Sweet Song; Good Night Ladies; 7. Precision Drill: Parade Routine; Youth of America; Battle Hymn; 8. Two-Band Revue: The Doublheader; What's the Matter With Our Team?; Comin' Thru the Rye; Grandfather's Clock; Cadence and Fanfare; Auld Lang Syne. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 14: Forrest L. Buchtel's Sacred Ensemble Band Book, 1952Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Holy, Holy, Holy; 2. Onward Christian Soldiers; 3. Jesus Shall Reign; 4. Come Thou Almighty King; 5. All Hail the Power of Jesus Name; 6. O Worship the King; 7.Love Divine; 8.Jesus Calls Us; 9. Fairest Lord Jesus; 1. How Firm a Foundation; 11. Abid With Me; 12. I Love to Tell the Story; 13. My Faith Looks Up to Thee; 14. O Master Let Me Walk With Thee; 15. Eternal Father, Strong to Save; 16. Faith of Our Fathers; 17. Blest Be the Tie; 18. From Ev'ry Stormy Wind that Blows; 19. The Church's One Foundation; 20. Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus; 21. O God Our Help in Ages Past. Publisher: Charles H. Hansen Music Co., New York, NY.
Item 15: 48 in One for Band, 1961Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Field Goal March; 2. Drums in My Heart; 3. End Run March; 4. Charmaine; 5. Fourth Down March; 6. Do Yu Ever Think of Me; 7. Warm-Up March; 8. Love Is a Manyy-Splendored Thing; 9. Drop Kick March; 10. Coquette; 11. 8 to 5 March; 12. Rum and Coca-Cola; 13. Majorette March; 14. Once in a While; 15. Street Show March; 16. I'm In the Mood for Love; 17. Fast Break March; 18. Ferry-Boat Serenade; 19. Parade March; 20. Good Night Sweetheart; 21. Place Kick March; 22. Time on My Hands; 23. Hold that Line March; 24. Rain; 25. Jump Ball March; 26. Like Young; 27. Off-Tackle March; 28. At Sundown; 29. Scrimmage March; 30. Stumbling; 31. Yard Line March; 32. Lovely Hula Hands. Publisher: Robbins Music Corporation, New York, NY.
Box 12Add to your cart.
Item 1: Fox All American March Folio for Band, Vol. 1, 1936Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Across the Field; 2. The Flying Squadron; 3. Power and Glory; 4. The Kick-Off; 5. Razzle Dazzle; 6. Varsity Spirit; 7. The Spotlight; 8. Field of Honor; 9. Men of Iron; 10. For Fame and Glory; 11. Criterion; 12. Okay; 13. Offense and Defense; 14. Campus Chatter; 15. Heads Up. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 2: Fox Banner Band Folio, Vol. 1, 1926Add to your cart.
Parts.  Pieces include: 1. Liberty Day; 2. Neapolitan Nights; 3. One Fleeting Hour; 4. Monastery Bells; 5. Fox Trail; 6. Rosita; 7. Out of the Dusk to You; 8. The Drum Major; 9. Indian Dawn; 10. Howdy; 11. I Love a Little Cottage; 12. By the Mississippi; 13. Boots and Saddles; 14. Lassie O'Mine; 15. All America. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 3: Fox Blue Ribbon Band Folio, 1939Add to your cart.
Edited and Arranged by Mayhew Lake. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Palisade; 2. East and West; 3. Senior Prom; 4. Metropolitan; 5. Hill-Billy Patrol; 6. Junior Cadets; 7. Roseland; 8. Twentieth Century; 9. Whoopee on the Farm; 10. Bugles on Parade; 11. Rendezvous; 12. Aces of the Air; 13. Seminole; 14. The Organ; 15. Enterprise; 16. Anniversary. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 4: Fox Ever Ready March Folio for Band, Vol. 1, 1937Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Parade Formation; 2. The Freshman; 3. Honor Student; 4. Hail to the Winner; 5. Highway Patrol; 6. The Scout Master; 7. Off-Side; 8. The Robot; 9. Valiant Men and True; 10. March Orientale; 11. Track Meet; 12. Salute to Our Alumni; 13. Pentathalon; 14. World's Record; 15. Campus Queen. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 5: Fox Favorite Band Folio, Vol. 1, 1922Add to your cart.
Composer: J.S. Zamecnik. Arranger: F.J. St. Clair. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Patriot; 2. Rose Buds; 3. Twilight Hour; 4. Flag Day; 5. Fond Memories; 6 Spirit of America; 7. Our Boys; 8. Golden Moments; 9. Hope Eternal; 10. Slumberland Waltzes; 11. America's Finest. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 6: Fox Masterworks Band Folio, Vol. 1, 1939Add to your cart.
Edited and arranged by Floyd J. St. Clair. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Chanson Triste; 2. Romeo and Juliet; 3. Spinning Song; 4. Sextette; 5. Albumblatt; 6. Martha; 7. Etude; 8. Spanish Dance; 9. Chimes of Normandy; 10. Erotik; 11 Scarf Dance; 12. Lucia di Lammermoor; 13. Minuet; 14. Erminie; 15. Gavotte; 16. Faust. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 7: Fox Second "Pep" Band Book, 1945Add to your cart.
Composed by Lester Brockton. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Down the Field; 2. Hail Alma Mater!; 3. Prima Donnas All!; 4. United We Play; 5. Tschaikowskiana; 6. We're Out for Victory; 7. All in Fun; 8. National Parade; 9. Old Timer; 10. Li'l Boogie Woogie; 11. Opera Bouffe'; 12. In the Groove; 13. Under the Big Top; 14. Service Songs: The Caissons Go Rolling Along; Semper Paratus; The Ramparts We Watch; The Air Cadets Song; All Out for America; Song of the SIgnal Corps; and the Marines' Hymn; 15. Give Us a Touchdown. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., New York, NY.
Item 8: Fox Variety Band Folio, 1941Add to your cart.
Edited and arranged by Mayhew Lake. Parts. Pieces include: 1. America Victorious; 2. Matador; 3. Chopsticks; 4. Commonwealth; 5. Adios; 6. Garden State; 7. Scenes from Uncle Tom's Cabin; 8. Summer Silhouettes; 9. Freedom Forever; 10. Mercedes; 11. National Defense; 12. Corny Capers; 13. Hurricane; 14. Shadows; 15. The Flight Commander; 16. Mirabelle. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 9: Fulton Folio, The, 1934Add to your cart.
Melody marches for band. By James M. Fulton. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Land of Liberty; 2. Americana; 3. Onward; 4. The Scots; 5. The Southland; 6. Irelandia; 7. Old Acquaintance; 8. The Canadians; 9. Adeste Fideles; 10. Marching Home; 11. Parting March; 12. Marylandia; 13. Dear Homeland; 14. The Collegian; 15. Italiana; 16. Nautical. Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co., Philadelphia, PA.
Box 13Add to your cart.
Item 1: Gem All Purpose Band Book, 1952Add to your cart.
Arrangements by C. Paul Herfurth. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Sound Off; 2. Indiana; 3. Alabamy Bound; 4. Beautiful Ohio; 5. On the Sunny Side of the Street; 6. When You Were Sweet Sixteen; 7. Pennsylvania Polka; 8. Sweet Sue - Just You; 9. On, Brave Old Army Team; 10. The One Rose; 11. In the Blue of Evening; 12. Lights Out; 13. 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans; 14. The Glory of Love; 15. Here Comes the Show Boat. Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., New York, NY.
Item 2: Gloria Band Book, The, 1915Add to your cart.
Arranged by Henry Fillmore. Parts. Pieces include: 1. From All That Dwell; 2. Am I a Soldier; 3. O Worship the King; 4. Holy Holy Holy!; 5. Love Divine All Love Excelling; 6. In the Cross of Christ I Glory; 7. Jesus Shall Reign; 8. Come, We That Love the Lord; 9. Lord We Come Before Thee Now; 10. Faith of Our Fathers; 11. Onward Christian Soldiers; 12.O For a Thousand Tongues; 13. We Praise Thee O God; 14. The Church's One Foundation; 15. When All Thy Mercies; 16. More Love to Thee; 17. The Lord is My Shepherd; 18. Joy to the World; 19. My Jesus I Love Thee; 20. What a Friend We Have in Jesus; 21. My Faith Looks Up to Thee; 22. Bringing in the Sheaves; 23. Lead Kindly Light; 24. Savior Teach Me; 25. Blessed Assurance; 26. Work for the Night Is Coming; 27. Just As I Am; 28. Stand Up for Jesus; 29. Nearer My God to Thee; 30. Rock of Ages; 31. All Hail the Power; 32. Songs of Praise; 33. Jesus Savior Pilot Me; 34. Sun of My Soul;  35. Abide With Me; 36. Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us; 37. Guide Me; 38. Rescue the Perishing; 39. The Son of God Goes Forth to War; 40. Tell Me the Old, Old Story; 41. I Love to Tell the Story; 42. How Sweet, How Heavenly; 43. I Need Thee Every Hour; 44. Safe in the Arms of Jesus; 45. The Fight is On; 46. Let the Lower Lights Be Burning; 47. The Church in the Wildwood; 48. I Know That My Redeemer; 49. Hear the Trumpet Call; 50. Now the Day is Over; 51. Oh, Scatter Seeds of Loving Deeds; 52. Make Some Other Heart Rejoice; 53. Savior, Breathe An Evening Blessing; 54. I'm But a Stranger Here; 55. I Am His and He Is Mine; 56. I Can Hear My Savior Calling; 57. Sound the Battle Cry; 58. Yield Not to Temptation; 59. Cast Thy Burden on the Lord; 60. My Country 'Tis of Thee; 61. He Leadeth Me; 62. The Star Spangled Banner; 63. God Be With You; 64. Blest Be the Tie; 65. Auld Lang Syne; 66. O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go; 67. The Sweet Bye and Bye. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 3: Gloria Collection, The, 1915Add to your cart.
Vocal edition of the Gloria Band Book. Compiled by J.H. Fillmore. Pieces include: 1. From All That Dwell; 2. Am I a Soldier; 3. O Worship the King; 4. Holy Holy Holy!; 5. Love Divine All Love Excelling; 6. In the Cross of Christ I Glory; 7. Jesus Shall Reign; 8. Come, We That Love the Lord; 9. Lord We Come Before Thee Now; 10. Faith of Our Fathers; 11. Onward Christian Soldiers; 12.O For a Thousand Tongues; 13. We Praise Thee O God; 14. The Church's One Foundation; 15. When All Thy Mercies; 16. More Love to Thee; 17. The Lord is My Shepherd; 18. Joy to the World; 19. My Jesus I Love Thee; 20. What a Friend We Have in Jesus; 21. My Faith Looks Up to Thee; 22. Bringing in the Sheaves; 23. Lead Kindly Light; 24. Savior Teach Me; 25. Blessed Assurance; 26. Work for the Night Is Coming; 27. Just As I Am; 28. Stand Up for Jesus; 29. Nearer My God to Thee; 30. Rock of Ages; 31. All Hail the Power; 32. Songs of Praise; 33. Jesus Savior Pilot Me; 34. Sun of My Soul;  35. Abide With Me; 36. Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us; 37. Guide Me; 38. Rescue the Perishing; 39. The Son of God Goes Forth to War; 40. Tell Me the Old, Old Story; 41. I Love to Tell the Story; 42. How Sweet, How Heavenly; 43. I Need Thee Every Hour; 44. Safe in the Arms of Jesus; 45. The Fight is On; 46. Let the Lower Lights Be Burning; 47. The Church in the Wildwood; 48. I Know That My Redeemer; 49. Hear the Trumpet Call; 50. Now the Day is Over; 51. Oh, Scatter Seeds of Loving Deeds; 52. Make Some Other Heart Rejoice; 53. Savior, Breathe An Evening Blessing; 54. I'm But a Stranger Here; 55. I Am His and He Is Mine; 56. I Can Hear My Savior Calling; 57. Sound the Battle Cry; 58. Yield Not to Temptation; 59. Cast Thy Burden on the Lord; 60. My Country 'Tis of Thee; 61. He Leadeth Me; 62. The Star Spangled Banner; 63. God Be With You; 64. Blest Be the Tie; 65. Auld Lang Syne; 66. O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go; 67. The Sweet By-and-By. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 4: Golden State Band Book, 1948Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by Charles Hathaway. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Golden State Promenade; 2. Coliseum Quick Step; 3. TheVIgilantes; 4. Pan Pacific Polka; 5. California Capers; 6. Centennial Swing Step; 7. Sunshine State; 8. Gold Coast; 9. Palomar Parade; 10. Dons Victorious; 11. Presidio; 12. The 49ers; 13. Santa Monica March; 14. Golden Gate Gallop; 15. Monterey Marcato; 16. California March. Publisher: Abbey Music Co., Inc., Hollywood, CA.
Item 5: Golden Trumpets, undatedAdd to your cart.
Sacred brass quartet album. Selected and arranged by Paul de Ville. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Onward, Christian Soldiers; 2. O Paradise, O Paradise; 3. Brightly Gleams our Banner; 4. Rock of Ages; 5. Abide with Me; 6. Nearer, My God, to Thee; 7. Jerusalem the Golden; 8. Angels, Roll the Rock Away; 9. Hark, Hark, My Soul; 10. Lead, Kindly Light; 11. Sweet Hour of Prayer; 12. Adeste Fideles; 13. In the Sweet Bye and Bye; 14. Flee as a Bird; 15. Sometime We'll Understand; 16. The Lord is My Shepherd; 17. Come, Christian Children; 18. Hark! What Mean Those Holy Voices?; 19. There's a Green Hill Far Away; 20. Come, Thou Almighty King; 21. Noel! Noel! Noel!; 22. Kyrie; 23. St. Joseph's Hymn; 24. Litany; 25. Christians, Awake! 26. In Sweet Consent; 27. See! The Conqueror Mounts in Triumph; 28. Holy Ghost, with Light Divine; 29. O Jesus, King!; 30. Easter Hymn. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 6: Goldman Band System, The, Book I, 1935Add to your cart.
By Edwin Franko Goldman. Parts. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 7: Goldman Band System, The, Book II, 1935Add to your cart.
By Edwin Franko Goldman. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Doxology; 2.Sleepers Wake; 3. Nearer My God to Thee; 4. Swedish Choral; 5. Praise the Lord, the Almighty; 6. Abide with Me; 7. Ave Verum Corpus; 8. O My Soul, Be Glad and Joyful; 9. Why Cast Down, My Heart Within Me?; 10. Now Thank We All Our God; 11. O Sacred Head Now Wounded; 12. Sinfonia from Orfeo; 13. See the Conquering Hero Comes; 14. March of the Priests (Magic Flute); 15. Aria and Chorus (Magic Flute); 16. Awake; 17. The Merry Peasant; 18. Song of the North; 19. Prelude (Chopin); 20. Yearning; 21. Italian Hymn; 22. Au Claire de la Lune; 23. How Can I Leave Thee; 24. Song of the Volga Boatman; 25. Grim King of Ghosts; 26. Allegro (Mendelssohn, Organ Sonata No. 2); 27. Adagio (Mendelssohn, Organ Sonata No. 1); 28. America; 29. The Star Spangled Banner; 30. Rock of Ages. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 8: Great Prize Amateur Band Book, 1917Add to your cart.
By Paul de Ville. Parts. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 9: Gridiron March Book, 1939Add to your cart.
Composed by Paul Weeks. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Opener; 2. Line Up; 3. Firing Line; 4. Test Pilot; 5. Cross Country; 6. Hand Grenade; 7. Cheer Leader; 8. Argonaut; 9. The Juggler; 10. The Pigskin; 11. Roamer; 12. Main Event; 13. Roll Call; 14. Rambler; 15. Cascade; 16. Field General. Publisher: Remick Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 10: Gridrama, 1955Add to your cart.
By Gerald R. Prescott. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Opening Game Show; 2. Inside U.S.A.; 3. Pre-Game Routine; 4. Life in OUr School; 5. Hut 2-3-4; 6. Main Street; 7. Precision Command System; 8. Sideline Carousal; 9. Drums to the Fore. Publisher: Paul A. Schmitt Music Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 11: Half-Time Hits, 1954Add to your cart.
Parts. By C. Paul Herfurth, Vernon R. Miller, Hugh M. Stuart. Published by Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., NY.
Item 12: Hal Leonard Hit Parade Series, 1953Add to your cart.
"When the Saints Go Marchin' In." March. Composed by Ray Anthony. Parts. Publisher: Hal Leonard Music, Inc., Winona, MN.
Item 13: R.B. Hall Superior Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by R.B. Hall. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Imperial Life Guards March; 2. The Exalted Ruler March; 3. Glenwood March; 4. The Crisis March; 5. The Cavalier March; 6. The New Colonial March; 7. Commonwealth March; 8. The Creole Queen March; 9. Maine Festival March; 10. The American Belle March; 11. Hamiltonian March; 12. Uncle Dooley's Delight March; 13. Gardes du Corps March; 14. Veni, Vidi, Vici March; 15. Palatinus March; 16. Philo Senate March. Publisher: The John Church Co., Philadelphia, PA.
Item 14: Heads Up! Band Combos, No. 3, 1953Add to your cart.
Composers: Walter Beeler and Henry Gass. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Heads Up; 2. Fanfares I and II; 3. Touchdown! 4. T.V. Panorama; 5. Time Out for Trombones; 6. Percussion Picnic; 7. Fight Song; 8. The Birth of a Tune; 9. Show Off; 10. Band Away. Publisher: Charles H. Hansen Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 15: Heart of America Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Imperial; 2. International Peace; 3. Overland; 4. Queen of the Sea; 5. The Chancellor; 6. Royal American; 7. U.S. Military Academy; 8. U.S. Naval Academy; 9. The Bandolero; 10. The Chevalier; 11. The Yankee Skipper; 12. Flying Squadron; 13. In the Twilight; 14. Southern Beauty; 15. Autumn Flowers. Published by J.E. Agnew, Kansas City, MO.
Item 16: Herrick Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Ralph Herrick. Parts. Pieces include: 1. School Spirit; 2. Freshmen's March; 3. Our Bass Drummer; 4. Sophomore March; 5. Our Band; 6. Junior March; 7. Our Team; 8. Junior High March; 9. Senior March; 10. March Modern; 11. The Faculty; 12. Assembly Processional; 13. March of the Grades; 14. Assembly Recessional; 15. Egypt; 16. Boys Brigade. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 17: Hi-Fi Band Book, 1957Add to your cart.
By Floyd Barnard. Parts. Pieces include: 1. March of the Grenadiers; 2. Song of India; 3. Drigo's Serenade; 4. Dry Bones; 5. Albanian March; 6. Morning Papers; 7. Around the World; 8. Around the World; 9. Maddalena; 10. Barbara Polka; 11. Martha; 12. Conga Lou; 13. Old Madrid; 14. Alpine Waltz; 15. Loch Lomond; 16. Tribute. Publisher: Schmitt Publications, Inc., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 18: Hildreth Band Music Repertoire, The, Book 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. That Meadow Lark; 2. Over the Fence; 3. My Lady Bountiful; 4. Melindy's Birthday; 5. In a Grotto; 6. On the Lake; 7. The Whippet. Publisher: R.E. Hildreth, Boston, MA.
Item 19: Hill's Band Folio of Swing Novelties, Charles Lee, 1947Add to your cart.
Composed by Charles Lee Hills. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Swinging on the Range; 2. When the Work's All Done This Fall; 3. Conga Din; 4. Swing, Miss Genevieve; 5. Swinging In the Hall; 6. Stop and Go March; 7. Time Out for Jazz; 8. Varsity Ramble; 9. Sport Pep-Ups, No. 1-10. Publisher: Southern Music Co., San Antonio, TX.
Box 14Add to your cart.
Item 1: 8 Hit Parade Extras for Band, 1952Add to your cart.
Arranged by Paul Yoder, Philip J. Lang, George Briegel. Parts. Pieces include: 1.Tenderly; 2. It's Been a Long, Long Time; 3. Sentimental Journey; 4. Sweet Violets; 5. March of the Slide Trombones; 6. Basin Street Blues; 7. Big Brass Band from Brazil; 8. Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., New York, NY.
Item 2: Holmes Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Chevalier; 2. Canzonet; 3. Silver Cascade; 4. Ferns and Flowers; 5. Jasmine; 6. The Envoy; 7. Pantheon; 8. The Buccaneer; 9. Spring Flowers; 10. Watch Your Step; 11. Armada; 12. Idle Thoughts; 13. Royal Dragoons; 14. Monogram. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 3: Horn Band Ensemble Folio, 1958Add to your cart.
By Harold L. Walters. Parts.Pieces include: 1. The Billboard; 2. The Rosary; 3. Golden Spur; 4. College Medley; 5. The Glowworm; 6. La Sorella; 7. Waltz for Brass; 8. Little David; 9. The Liberty Bell; 10. Repasz Band; 11. Homage Overture; 12. Father of Victory. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 4: Huff Par-Excel Band Book, The, 1916Add to your cart.
Composed and arranged by Will Huff. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Premium; 2. The Peerless; 3. Fort Chester; 4. Alamo; 5. Tuxedo; 6. Golden Plume; 7. The Floral Parade; 8. Cotton Top; 9. Rosida; 10. Georgiana; 11. La Albuera; 12. Melody to Youth; 13. The Poet's; 14. Dynamic; 15. La Cascade; 16. Galop, Go. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 5: I Can't Give You Anything But Love, 1928Add to your cart.
Foxtrot. Composed by Dorothy Fields (lyrics) & Jimmy McHugh (music) Parts. Publisher: Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 6: Imperial Four Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composers: F.O. Griffen, Ed Chenette, G.E. Holmes, R.B. Eisenberg. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Opener; 2. Simplicity; 3. Drums and Cymbals; 4. The Banquet; 5. Syncopation; 6. Sweet Memories; 7. The Band Boomers; 8. Orange Blossoms; 9. Loyalty; 10. Josephine; 11. The Winner; 12. Wild Flowers; 13. Our Pride; 14. Church Echoes; 15. Honor and Glory; 16. Eureka. Publisher: Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 7: In Formation Band Folio, 1954Add to your cart.
By Joseph Paulson. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Precision Drill; 2. County Fair; 3. Swingtime; 4. Footlight Parade; 5. Pre-Game Novelties; 6. Flag Raising Ceremony; 7. Fanfare in Bb; 8. Fanfare in Eb. Publisher: Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., NY.
Item 8: Inspiration Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer: Karl L. King. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Arkansas School Bands; 2. 140th Infantry; 3. South Dakota State College; 5. Lone Crusader; 6. Herald of Progress; 7. Lieutenant Commander; 8. Brigadier-General; 9. International Favorites; 10. Desert Patrol; 11. True Blue; 12. National Glory; 13. Dreamy Dawn; 14. Morning Glory; 15. Twilight Serenade; 16. Prestissimo. Publisher: K.L. King Music House, Fort Dodge, IA.
Item 9: Intercollegiate Band Folio, No. 1, 1936Add to your cart.
College Marches. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Vanderbilt Forever; 2. Cheer for LSU; 3. Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech; 4. Sons of Georgetown; 5. The Eyes of Texas; 6. Kentucky, Fight; 7. Stand Up and Cheer; 8. Flag of Maroon; 9. Fight Song; 10. Indiana Fight!; 11. For the Honor of Old Purdue; 12. The Victors; 13. Big "C"; 14. Song of Troy; 15. Tearing Along; 16. The Panther; 17. Sons of the Stanford Red; 18. The Big Red Team; 19. Amici; 20. Hail to Georgia; 21. Down the Field; 22. Fight, Fight, Fight!; 23. Dartmouth's In Town Again; 24. Yo-Ho!; 25. Fight On, Pennsylvania; 26. Roar, Lion, Roar!; 27. Marching Song; 28. Green and White; 29. Fight, Temple, Fight!; 30. Dukes of Duquesne. Publisher: Thornton W. Allen Co., New York, NY.
Item 10: Intermission, 1953Add to your cart.
By Gerald R. Prescott. Parts. Pieces include: 1. First Game Show; 2. Country Capers; 3. Our American Heritage; 4. Sports Through the Seasons; 5. Toys Come to Life;  6. Readin', Ritin' & Rithmetic; 7. Thanksgiving Show; 8. Flag Ceremony. Publisher: Schmitt, Hall & McCreary Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 11: Introducing the Classics, undatedAdd to your cart.
By Carl Webber. Parts. Pieces include: 1. German Choral; 2. Choral "Portsmouth"; 3. Choral "Rejoice O My Soul"; 4. Let Us Learn to Play; 5. The Unwilling Scholar; 6. Andante from Il Trovatore; 7. Allegretto from 7th Symphony; 8. Playmates; 9. Integer Vitae; 10. Theme from Largo; 11. Theme from 9th Symphony; 12. In the Cathedral; 13. Hungarian Theme; 14. Contemplation; 15. Invitation to the Dance; 16. Santa Lucia; 17. Funeral March; 18. The Wild Rose, 19. Ballade from Zampa; 20. Theme from Miserere; 21. Soldier's March; 22. Bridal Chorus; 23. Over the Summer Sea; 24. Amaryllis; 25. Waltz "Lullaby"; 26. Prelude; 27. Minuetto; 28. Home to Our Mountains; 29. The Happy Farmer; 30. March Slav; 31. La Secret; 32. Two Famous Waltzes; 33. Folk Medley Selection; 34. Operatic Favorites; 35. Overture "Eastern World"; 36. Sizilietta; 37. Eastern Dance Suite; 38. Reminiscences of the Opera. Publisher: Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 12: Iowa Corn Song, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Ray W. Lockard, Edward Riley, George Hamilton. Arranged by L.P. Gori. Parts. Publisher: Melrose Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 13: Isaac Band Book, Merle, No. 1, 1953Add to your cart.
Selected and arranged by Merle Isaac. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Sunday Afternoon; 2. October; 3. The Silken Fan; 4. Springtime; 5. Dignity; 6. Fujiyama; 7. Siesta; 8. Manitou; 9. Step and Glide; 10. Six-Eight; 11. Lullaby; 12. Two Chorales: Thy Will Be Done and Evening; 13. With Spirit. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 14: Jacobs' Evergreen Collection, 1930Add to your cart.
Arranged by R.E. Hildreth. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Star-Spangled Banner; 2. Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean; 3. America; 4. Hail Columbia; 5. Battle Hymn of the Republic; 6. Yankee Doodle; 7. Hail to the Chief; 8. America the Beautiful; 9. The Girl I Left Behind Me; 10. Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!; 11. Kingdom Coming; 12. We Won't Go Home 'Till Morning; 13. The Vacant Chair; 14. Tending on the Old Camp Ground; 15. Good Night, Ladies; 16. Marching Theough Georgia; 17. The Battle Cry of Freedom; 18. When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 19. Maryland! My Maryland; 20. Dixie Land; 21. Old Folks at Home; 22. My Old Kentucky Home; 23. Massa's In de Cold, Cold Ground; 24. Old Black Joe; 25. St. Patrick's Day; 26. The Wearing of the Green; 27. The Harp that Once Thro' Tara's Halls; 28. Come Back to Erin; 29. Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms; 30.The Minstrel Boy; 31. Annie Laurie; 32. The Campbells Are Coming; 33. Auld Lang Syne; 34. Blue Bells of Scotland; 35. Within a Mile of Edinboro'; 36.Comin' Thro' the Rye; 37. Juanita; 38. The Soldier's Farewell; 39. Home, Sweet Home; 40. Last Night; 41. The Loreley; 42. Forsaken; 43. Lead, Kindly Light; 44. Abide with Me; 45. Sun of My Soul, Thou Saviour Dear; 46. Softy Now the Light of Day; 47.Coronation; 48. Rock of Ages; 49. Nearer, My God to Thee; 50. Old Hundred. Publisher: Walter Jacobs, Inc., Boston, MA.
Item 15: Jacobs' Band Book of Classics, No. 1, 1930Add to your cart.
Arranged by R.E. Hildreth. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Triumphal March; 2. Norwegian Dance, No. 2; 3. Serenade; 4. Humoreske; 5. Salut d'Amour; 7. Crucifix!; 8 Abendlied; 9. Moment Musical; 10. Angelus; 11. Serenade d'Amour; 12. Lost Chord; 13. Barcarolle; 14. Hungarian Dance, No. 5; 15. Berceuse; 16. Pas des Amphores. Publisher: Walter Jacobs, Inc., Boston, MA.
Item 16: Jacobs' Band Book of Military Marches, No. 1, 1914Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. National Emblem; 2. Monstrat Viam; 3. The Moose; 4. Captain Goodridge; 5. Victorious Phalanx; 6. Under Fire; 7. The Garde; 8. Excursion Party; 9. Tri-Mountain 10. Facing the Enemy; 11. Masterstroke; 12. On the Alert; 13. Ivan L; 14. U.S.Cadet; 15. Tartar of the Navy; 16. Batte Royal'. Publisher: Walter Jacobs, Boston, MA.
Box 15Add to your cart.
Item 1: Jacobs' School & Community Band Book, No. 1, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Down Main StreetPublisher: Walter Jacobs, Inc., Boston, MA.
Item 2: James Story Band Book, 1946Add to your cart.
Composed by J. Story. Parts. Pieces include: 1. V for Victory; 2. American Convoy; 3. Moods; 4. Flight Commander; 5. Wing and Wing; 6. Thumbs Up; 7. Our Commander; 8. Cats Paw; 9. March Simplicity; 10. Golden Rule; 11. Our Football Team; 12. Victory Calls; 13. Waltz Enchantment; 14. Goodbye Now. Publisher: Jim Tom Music Publishing Co., Long Beach, CA.
Item 3: Jenkins' Advanced Band Book, 1913Add to your cart.
Composers: H.O. Wheeler, E.W. Berry, Charles L. Johnson, Charles R. Stickney, W.S. Ripley, C.E. Wheeler.. Parts. PIeces include: 1. Spirit of Freedom; 2. Azure Skies; 3. Joys of Life; 4. Plaintive Tones; 5. War Eagle; 6. Moonbeams Pale; 7. Leaves of Autumn; 8. Angelic, Sacred Medley; 9. Temple of Youth; 10. Mingling Harmonies; 11. Rays of Gold; 12. In Olden Days; 13. Fellomen's March; 14. Carnation March; 15. God Be With You Till We Meet Again and Sweet Bye and Bye; 16. Enchanted Knight; 17. Passing of the Hour; 18. Heroes of War; 19. Gems from the Opera; 20. Strong Arm March. Publisher: J/W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 4: Jenkins' Beginner's Band Book and Instructor, 1910Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. First Prize; 2. America; 3. Yankee Doodle; 4. Hail Columbia; 5. The Red, White and Blue; 6. Maryland, My Maryland; 7.Marching Through Georgia; 8. Old Folks at Home; 9. Dixie; 10. Tramp, Tramp; 11. The Star Spangled Banner; 12. Rest in Piece; 13. Pleyel's Hymn; 14. Nearer My God to Thee; 15.Captain; 16. Evening Shadows; 17. Light and Airy; 18. First In Action; 19. Freedom; 20.Feast March; 21. Loyal Hearts; 22. Royal Guest; 23. Sweet Sounds; 24. Rustling Leaves. Publisher: J.W. Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 5: Jenkins' Monitor Band Book of Marches, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by George Rosenkrans. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Commandant; 2. Continental Congress; 3. Demonstration March; 4. Depot Band; 5. Dixie Doodle Dandy; 6. General Funston's March; 7. Globe Girdler; 8. Governor Goethals March; 9. Navigator; 10. Off To the Barracks; 11. Referee; 12. Rehabilitation; 13. Star of the Films; 14. Telephone Belles; 15. Valeria; 16. Merry Go Round. Publisher: J.W. Jenkins Sons Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 6: Jewell March Book, The, 1914Add to your cart.
Composed by Fred Jewell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Quality-plus; 2. Path of Honor; 3. The Boy Scouts; 4. The Outlook; 5. Our Mascot; 6. On the Firing Line; 7. The Progressive American; 8. Fritz March; 9.The Director General; 10. Counterpoint; 11. Little Traveler; 12. The Kick-off; 13. Pass It Along; 14. Collegian; 15. Battle Royal. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 7: Jewell's Junior March Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Fred Jewell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Junior High; 2. Teamwork; 3. Our Yell Leader; 4. Vim and Vigor; 5. Watch Your Step; 6. Here Comes the Band; 7. Good Sports; 8. School Colors; 9. The Fighting Spirit; 10. The Freshman March; 11. The Sophomore March; 12. Spirit of the School; 13. Through the Line; 14. Over the Goal; 15. On Dress Parade; 16. Cadet Days. Publisher: Fred Jewell Music Co., Worthington, IN.
Item 8: Keep 'Em Playing, 1942Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Trail Blazer; 2. Empire Blazer; 3. Keep 'em Flying; 4. Banners Blue; 5. Festive Events; 6. Moonlight Maneuvers; 7. Allegiance to Liberty; 8. Grandfather's Clock; 9. Under Tropical Skies; 10. At the Concert; 11. Come Sweet Slumber; 12. Kerry Dance; 13. Beautiful Dreamer; 14. None But the Lonely Heart; 15.Alhambra Trail; 16. Legions of Victory; 17. America the Beautiful; 18. The Star-Spangled Banner. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 9: Keller's Bandman's Favorite Folio, 1950Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Enterprise; 2. Signal; 3. Seaboard; 4. Skyline; 5. Chevron; 6. Jubilee; 7. R.P.M.; 8. High School Cadets; 9. Washington Post; 10. Charming; 11. Farmer Brown; 12. Enchanted Hour; 13. Summer Evening; 14. Emblem of Honor; 15. Western Horizon; 16. Gloriana. Publisher: Don Keller, Berkeley, CA.
Item 10: Keller's Berkeley Band Book, 1947Add to your cart.
Composed by Don Keller. Parts. Pieces include: 1. March Milvia; 2. Mighty Midget; 3. Oxford Cadets; 4. Fort Henry; 5. Commando; 6. Little Rover; 7. Happy Heroes; 8. School Spirit; 9. Regal Rambler; 10. Stadium Entry; 11. Bay Shore Command; 12. Campus Carnival; 13. Gridiron Glory; 14. Tri-State; 15. Varsity Salute; 16. American Favorite. Publisher: Don Keller, Berkeley, CA.
Item 11: Keller's Junior Champion Band Book, 1942Add to your cart.
Composed by W.D. McCaughey, Ed McDonald, Pat Lee, Ray Rossi, P.T. Archer, Z.G. Thomas. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Tanforan; 2. Camp Taylor; 3. Campus Capers; 4. Front and Center; 5. Gridiron; 6. Honorary Escort; 7. Bay Meadows; 8. The Skipper; 9. Little Charmer; 10. In a Southern Garden; 11. Almond Blossoms; 12. Enchanted Lake; 13. Sunset Hour; 14. El Cerrito; 15. Laconia; 16. The Ambassador. Publisher: Don Keller, Berkeley, CA.
Item 12: Keller's Quick-Step Folio, 1952Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Belvedere; 2. Cadet Commander; 3. New Sparton; 4. Americano; 5. Liion Heart; 6. Worthy Trooper; 7. Sunnyland; 8. Colonel Clinton; 9. Little Giant; 10. Tenth Regiment; 11. Mount Royal; 12. S.I.B.A.; 13. The Highlanders; 14. De Molay Commandery; 15. Flying Cadets; 16. Our Director. Publisher: Don Keller, Berkeley, CA.
Item 13: King March Book, The, No. 1, undatedAdd to your cart.

Composed by K.L. King. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Carrollton March; 2. Sons of Veterans; 3. Canton Aero Club; 4. Ponderoso; 5. The Medley Shop; 6. The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea; 7. The Gateway City March; 8. Aviation Tournament March; 9. Neddermeyer Triumphal March; 10. The Viking March; 11. Robinson's Grand Entree March; 12. Woody Van's March; 13. Wanderlust March; 14. Garland Entree; 15. The Mystic Call; 16. Ragged Rozey. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.

See Also Mark Foutch Brass Band Music (12/9/148) Box 7, Folder 42 [Contains missing part books]

Item 14: Lake's Elementary Band Method, 1930Add to your cart.
By Mayhew L. Lake. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Morning Hymn; 2. Fraternity March; 3. Long Ago; 4. The Little Major; 5. Summer Night; 6. Evening Shadows; 7. Humpty Dumpty; 8. In Autumn; 9. Valse Lente; 10. On Parade. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 15: Lazybones, 1933Add to your cart.
Foxtrot. Composers: Johnny Mercer and Hoagy Carmichael. Arranger: George F. Briegal. Parts. Publisher: Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc. New York, NY.
Item 16: Leader, The, 1953Add to your cart.
March. Composed by Alfred Castle. Parts. Publisher: Pro Art Publications, New York, NY.
Item 17: Leader's Delight, The, 1908Add to your cart.
By Paul de Ville. Parts. Pieces include: 1. America; 2. The Star Spangled Banner; 3. Yankee Doodle; 4. Our Flag is There; 5. Hail Columbia; 6. Cheer, Boys, Cheer; 7. Hail to the Chief; 8. Marching Thro' Georgia; 9. Battle Cry of Freedom; 10. Glory, Glory Hallelujah; 11. Tending on the Old Camp Ground; 12. Carry Me Back to Old Virginia; 13. We Are Coming, Father Abraham: 14. Kingdom Coming; 15. The Flag of Our Union; 16. Carry the News; 17. Old Shady; 18. Brave Boys They Are; 19. When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 20. Red, White and Blue; 21. Abraham's Daughter; 22. Listen to the Mocking Bird; 23. The Bonnie Blue Flag; 24. Maryland, My Maryland; 25. Dixie; 26. Just Before the Battle, Mother; 27. The Vacant Chair; 28. How Can I Leave Thee; 29. Long, Long Ago; 30. My Old Kentucky Home; 31.Old Folks at Home; 32. Massa's In the Cold, Cold Ground; 33. Old Black Joe; 34. Old Oaken Bucket; 35. Men of Harlech; 36. Vive la Canadienne; 37. The Maple Leaf Forever; 38. O Canada; 39. Mourir Pour la Patrie; 40.Partant Pour la Syrie; 41. La Marseillaise; 42. The Roast Beef of Old England; 43. The British Grenadiers; 44. Rule, Britannia; 45. My Lodging Is on the Cold Ground; 46. Home, Sweet Home; 47. Home Again; 48. The Plough Boy; 49. Haste to the Wedding; 50. Fisher's Hornpipe; 51. Ninety-Five; 52. We Won't Go Home Till Morning; 53. The Rogue's March; 54. The Soldier's Farewell; 55. Robin Adair; 56. Patriotic Song; 57.Bonnie Doon; 58. Auld Lang Syne; 59. Annie Laurie; 60. Scots Wha Ha'e; 61. Blue Bells of Scotland; 62. Bonnie Dundee; 63. The Campbells Are Coming; 64. White Cockade; 65. Comin' Thro' the Rye; 66. Larry O'Gaff; 67. Wearing of the Green; 68. St. Patrick's Day; 69. Let Erin Remember; 70. The Harp that Once Thro' Tara's Halls; 71. The Last Rose of Summer; 72. Rakes of Mallow; 73. The Girl I Left Behind Me; 74. Garry Owen; 75. Come Back to Erin; 76. Kate Kearney; 77. Oft in the Stilly Night; 78. Rory O'More; 79. Irish Washerwoman; 80. O'Donnell Aboo; 81. The Minstrel Boy; 82. Killarney; 83. Salaam Effindina; 84. The Watch on the Rhine; 85. Deutscher Freiheits-Schlachtruf; 86. Was ist des Deutschen Vaterland?; 87. Ich bin ein Preusse; 88. God Preserve Emperor Franz; 89. Oh! Thou My Austria; 90.Cuban National Hymn; 91. Canto Partiotico Istmeno; 92. Our Native Land; 93. Mexicanos, al Grito de Guerra; 94. La Golondrina; 95. The Royal March of Spain; 96. Kimi-ga-yo; 97. The World's Delight; 98.Sons of Dear Norway; 99. Our Swedish Feelings; 100. Poland's Not Yet Dead in Slavery; 101. King Christian Stood Beside the Mast; 102. Mein Neerlandsch' Bloed; 103. La Brabanconne; 104. War-Song of the Hussites; 105. The Volunteer's Farewell; 106. National Hymn of Greece; 107. National Hymn of Portugal; 108.Aug Palimos; 109. Lord God, Protect the Czar; 110. Maritiza; 111. Long Live the King; 112. Andreas Hofer; 113. Glad Tidings; 114. Swear, Hungarian, by Thy Country; 115. Marcia Reale; 116. All Hail, Liberia, Hail; 117. Argentine Republic National Hymn; 118. Guatemala, Around Thy Free Banner; 119. United States of Brazil; 120. Dulce Patria; 121. Salute Our Country; 122. Somos Libres, Seamoslo Siempre; 123. Himno Nacional de la Republica; 124. Salve, Oh Patria; 125. Bolivia Nos el Ha; 126. Glory to the Brave People; 127. De la Patria; 128. Our God, Our God, Save to us our Sultan; 129. Old Hundred; 130. Lead, Kindly Light; 131. See! The Conquering Hero Comes; 132. Rock of Ages; 133. Adeste Fideles; 134. God of the Fatherless; 135. Nearer, My God, to Thee; 136. Pleyel's Hymn; 137. In the Sweet Bye and Bye; 138. Italian Hymn; 139. Onward, Christian Soldiers; 140. Come, Ye DIsconsolate. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 18: Leeds' Rhythms in the Round, 1953Add to your cart.
Arranged by Lou Singer. Parts. Pieces are in standard version, swing version, and Latin version. Pieces include: 1. Frere Jacques; 2. Evening Bells; 3. Poor Bird; 4. Three Blind Mice; 5. Heigh Ho, Nobody Home; 6. Row, Row, Row Your Boat; 7. My Goose; 8. The Big Roundup. Publisher: Leeds Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 19: Let's Cheer! Band Book, 1942Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Down South; 2. American Patrol; 3. Ship Ahoy; 4. Route Step; 5. The Marines; 6. Pigskin Parade; 7. Old Kentuck' ; 8. Loyal Legions; 9. Sunset; 10. March of the Rookies; 11. London Town; 12. Fealty Song; 13. Forest Ranger; 14. Mustang Roundup; 15. The USA on Parade; 16. Walesonian. Publisher: Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia, PA.
Item 20: Liberty March Folio, 1955Add to your cart.
Composed by K.L. King. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Miss Liberty; 2. Voice of America; 3. New Frontiers; 4. Big Four; 5. Peacemaker; 6. Glorious America; 7. Freedom City; 8. Wings for Peace; 9. Bonds of Unity; 10. We Stand United; 11. The American Way; 12. March of Freedom; 13. Allied Honor; 14. Our Heritage; 15. Free World; 16. Peace Jubilee. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse Co., Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 21: Lockhart Band-Class Method, The, Book 2 (1 of 2), 1936Add to your cart.
By Lee M. Lockhart and Edmund M. Goehring. Parts. Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons, New York, NY.
Box 16Add to your cart.
Item 1: Lockhart Band-Class Method, The, Book 2 (2 of 2), 1936Add to your cart.
By Lee M. Lockhart and Edmund M. Goehring. Parts. Publisher: M. Witmark & Sons, New York, NY.
Item 2: Losey's All Star Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer: F.H. Losey. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Admiral Farragut; 2. Black Rock; 3. Call of the Wild; 4. Conclave; 5. Dreadnaught; 6. Ivanhoe; 7. Jolly Fellows; 8. Magnet; 9. Old Ironsides; 10. On Guard; 11. Ozozo; 12. Robinhood; 13. Under Fire; 14. Under the Stars and Stripes; 15. Waldmere; 16. Wizard. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 3: Lyon & Healy's Band Teacher, undatedAdd to your cart.
By D.S. McCosh. Parts. Publisher: Lyon & Healy, Chicago, IL.
Item 4: March in Review Band Folio, 1961Add to your cart.
By Paul Yoder and Harold Walters. Parts. Pieces include: 1. American Eagle; Zacatecas; 3. Northwind; 4. Pageant of Progress; 5. The Billboard; 6. Invincible Eagle; 7. De Molay Commandery; 8. Blaze-Away!; 9. Officer of the Day; 10. Repasz Band; 11. Hands Across the Sea; 12. New Colonial; 13. Up the Street; 14. Colossus of Columbia; 15. March of the First; 16. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 5: March in Time, 1939Add to your cart.
Arrangements by Paul Yoder. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Blaze Away; 2. Second Regiment; 3. Uncle Sammy; 4. My Maryland; 5. Over There; 6. The Winning Fight; 7. Anchors Aweigh; 8. K-K-K-Katy; 9. Blaze of Glory; 10. Old Faithful; 11. Yale Boola; 12. Goodbye Broadway, Hello France!; 13. Liberty Lads; 14. Yankee Grit; 15. Love and Glory. Publisher: Leo Feist, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 6: March-Masters Folio for Band, 1948Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by James A. Scott. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Semper Fidelis; 2. American Patrol; 3. The Thunderer; 4. Salutation; 5. Black Jack; 6. March Gloria; 7. Second Connecticut; 8. High School Cadets; 9. College Life; 10. Steel King; 11. Bay State; 12. Indiana State Band; 13. Joyce's 71st Regiment; 14. Father of Victory; 15.' A Frangesa! 16. Washington Post. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 7: March-O-Rama Band Book, 1956Add to your cart.
Arranged by Ted Mesang. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Anchors Aweigh; 2. Take the High Ground; 3. Yankee Grit; 4. Uncle Sammy; 5. Pathfinder; 6. Love and Glory; 7. The Winner; 8. The Line-Up; 9. Here They Come; 10. Blaze Away!; 11. They're Off; 12. The Home Town Band; 13. Magnificent; 14. The Great Divide; 15. Expedition. Publisher: Robbins Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 8: Marches of Fame for Band, 1953Add to your cart.
Adapted and arranged by Harold L. Walters. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Our Director; 2. Independentia; 3. Manhattan Beach; 4. The Gladiator; 5. Tenth Regiment; 6. Hostrauser's March; 7. Bombasto; 8. S.I.B.A.; 9. King Cotton; 10. La Sorella; 11. Entry of the Gladiators; 12. The Liberty Bell; 13. El Capitan; 14. Gate City; 15. Marche Lorraine; 16. The Stars and Stripes Forever. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 9: Marchette Band Book, 1936Add to your cart.
Arranged by Mayhew Lake. Parts.Pieces include: 1. Little Drum Major; 2. Here Comes the Band; 3. Assembly; 4. Class Reception; 5. Sparrows' Parade; 6. Our School Band; 7. Cavalry Coming; 8. Taps; 9. Pride of the Regiment 10. On Patrol; 11. King's Review; 12. Radio Boys; 13. Commencement Day; 14. Class Colors; 15. En Route; 16. Homeward March. Publisher: Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia, PA.
Item 10: 32 Marchettes for Band, 1954Add to your cart.
By Harold L. Walters.  Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Stars and Stripes Forever; 2. Semper Fideles; 3. Independentia; 4. Chicago Tribune; 5. Little Giant; 6. Bombasto; 7. El Capitan; 8. De Molay Commandery; 9. Washington Post; 10. Under the Double Eagle; 11. Old Comrades; 12. Manhattan Beach; 13. Liberty Bell; 14. The Marines Hymn; 15.Sound Off; 16. Up the Street; 17. Tenth Regiment; 18. The Thunderer; 19. American Eagle; 20. Our Favorite Regiment; 21. Zacatecas; 22. Veni, Vidi, Vici; 23. Punjaub; 24. High School Cadets; 25. Our Flirtations; 26. Pageant of Progress; 27. Crescent Club; 28. Dunlap Commandery; 29. Our Director; 30. Northwind; 31. Triumphal March; 32. Processional Pageantry.  Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 11: Marching Along, 1940Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Marching On; 2. Varsity Victory; 3. Behind the Colors; 4. Mounties on Parade; 5. Field of Honor; 6. Royal Road; 7. National Fame; 8. Gala Day; 9. Noble Spirit; 10. Salute to Peace; 11. Brasses Triumphant; 12. Colors on Parade; 13. Our VIctory; 14. Onward and Upward; 15. First Division; 16. Our Glorious Flag. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 12: Marching Band 1972, 1972Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Beat Goes On; 2. Braid on Parade; 3. Carry That Weight; 4. Freight Train; 5. Get Back; 6. Give Peace a Chance; 7. Hey Jude; 8. I Dig Rock and Roll Music; 9. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida; 10. It's the N.F.C.; 11. I Want to Be Happy; 12. Leaving on a Jet Plane; 13. Let It Be; 14. The Long and Winding Road; 15. Maxwell's Silver Hammer; 16. Memphis Underground; 17. Mr. Bojangles; 18. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da; 19. Rocky Raccoon; 20. Summer of '42; 21. Tea for Two; 22. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey; 23. When I'm Sixty-Four; 24. Yellow Submarine. Publisher: Warner Bros. Publications, Inc., East Rutherford, NJ.
Item 13: Marching Drums, 1964Add to your cart.
By Vic Firth. Parts. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 14: Marching Maneuvers Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
By Forrest F. Griffen. Parts. Pieces include: 1. General Occassa; 2. How 'Ja Do; 3. Three Blind Mice; 4. Circus Jubilee; 5. Patriotic Flag Ceremony; 6. Coed; 7. School Spirit; 8. Diane; 9. My Grandfather's Clock; 10. Lead Soldier Parade; 11. Nursery Antics; 12. Mountain Express; 13. Auld Lang Syne; 14. Square Dance; 15. Troops Alert; 16. Stop and Go; 17. Fanfares. Publisher: Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Box 17Add to your cart.
Item 1: Marching Up Broadway, ca. 1940s-1960sAdd to your cart.
Arranged by John Cacavas. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Brotherhood of Man; 2. Hey There; 3. A Bushel and a Peck; 4. Goodnight, My Someone; 5. Till There Was You;  6. Grand Old Ivy; 7. The Music of Home; 8. On a Slow Boat to China; 9. Unchained Melody; 10. The New Ashmolean Marching Society and Students Conservatory Band; 11. Hernando's Hideaway; 12. Wonderful Copenhagen; 13. Just Annother Polka; 14. I'll Know; 15. A Woman in Love; 16. Once-A-Year Day; 17. Paris Original; 18. Stranger and Paradise; 19. The Most Happy Fella; 20. Whatever Lola Wants; 21. The Moon of Manakoora; 22. Big D; 23. Cry Me a River; 24. I've Never Been in Love Before; 25. Hoop-Dee-Doo; 26. Yellow Bird; 27. Anywhere I Wander; 28. Darling, My Darling; 29. If I Were a Bell. Publisher: Frank Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 2: Marsh Beginners Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
By. W.S. Ripley. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Violet; 2. Sunnyside; 3. The Color Guard; 4. 3rd Battalion; 5. Memories of Long Ago; 6. Our Best; 7. Captain Hill; 8. Easter Morn; 9. Admiration; 10. Forward; 11. White Rose; 12. Perfection; 13. Iowa National Guard; 14. Thunderbolt; 15. Searchlight; 16. Our Director; 17. Red, White and Blue; 18. Marching Thro' Georgia; 19. Star Spangled Banner; 20. America; 21. Nearer My God to Thee; 22. Rock of Ages. Publisher: Marsh Music House, Decorah, IA.
Item 3: Marsh Progressive Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
By Charles J. Rockwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. March Onward; 2. Rosemary; 3. The Capital; 4. Margovia; 5. Altamont; 6. Militaire; 7. Columbia; 8. Radiana; 9. On Guard; 10. The Citadel; 11. Adeline; 12. Sensation; 13. The Aviator; 14. Sweet Lindy Lou; 15. Fours Right; 16. May Dream; 17. Wa-No-Ka; 18. Golconda; 19. Phillis; 20. Imperial; 21. Carona; 22. Evening Fancies; 23. Sacred Selections: A Dream of Paradise; Abide With Me; 24. War Songs. Publisher: Marsh Music House, Decorah, IA.
Item 4: Martial Album, 1932Add to your cart.
For modern fife, bugle and drum corps. Composed, adapted and arranged by J.J. Donnelly and V.L. Mott. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Foreign Legion March; 2. Comrade March; 3. Believe It or Not; 4. Parade of the Legion; 5. On the Button; 6. Take It Away; 7. Legion Auxiliary March; 8. Spirit of the Legion; 9. Forty and Eight; 10. Call of the Adjutant; 11. Legion COnvention March; 12. Legion Pride; 13. Over There; 14. The Thunderer; 15. Swinging Down the Line; 16. Heroes of the Past. Publishers: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 5: Matinee and March Band Folio, 1958Add to your cart.
By Edward M. McLin. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Billboard; 2. Stepping Off; 3. The D.I.; 4. American Patrol; 5. Parade of the Twirlers; 6. S.I.B.A.; 7. Corsair; 8. Salutation; 9. Bouree and Menuet; 10. One Thousand and One Nights; 11. Song and Dance; 12. Rondo from Divertimento; 13. Skip to My Lou Mambo; 14. Overture Royale; 15. Two Chorales. Publisher: Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., NY.
Item 6: Melodie Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
By K.L. King. Parts. Pieces include:1. Columbian; 2. Apollo; 3. Royal Hussars; 4. The Centaur; 5. Fidelity; 6. Loyalty; 7. The Royalist; 8. Mooning; 9. Friendship; 10. Roses and Orchids; 11. Royal Emblem; 12. Fond Hearts; 13. Morning Tears; 14. Wild Rose; 15. Belle Isle; 16. Homestretch. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 7: Melodies on the March, 1952Add to your cart.
Composed by Clifford P. Barnes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Superduper; 2. The Top Hatters; 3. The Bronze Trophy; 4. The Arena; 5. Royal Guard; 6. Attainment; 7. Hail to the Victors; 8. Old Smoothy; 9. The Mystic Knight; 10. State Contest; 11. On the Beam; 12. In Command; 13. With Pride and Honor; 14. Ziss Boom; 15. The Charity Game; 16. The New DIrector. Publisher: Charles H. Hansen Music Co., New York, NY.
Item 8: McCosh's Very Easy Band Book, 1919Add to your cart.
By D.S. McCosh. Parts. Publisher: Chart Music Publishing House, Chicago, IL.
Item 9: Melody Band Instructor, 1929Add to your cart.
Edited and arranged by Carlton L. Colby and Harry L. Alford. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Winter Nights; 2. America; 3. The Star Spangled Banner; 4. Melody-Land; 5. Pleasant Moments; 6. Some Pep; 7. Masterbilt; 8. Reminiscences of Grand Opera. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 10: Melody First Band Book, 1937Add to your cart.
By Fortunato Sordillo. Parts. Publisher: Walter Jacobs, Inc., Boston, MA.
Item 11: Melody Method, 1939Add to your cart.
For Flageolet or Calura Flute and Other Pre-Instruments. By Clarence H. Heagy. Parts. Publisher. Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 12: Melrose Band Book of Blues, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by Harry L. Alford. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Copenhagen; 2. Milenberg Joys; 3. Livery Stable Blues; 4. Sobbin' Blues; 5. Chinese Blues; 6. Beale Street Blues; 7. Wolverine Blues; 8. The St. Louis Blues. Publisher: Melrose Bros. Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 13: Melrose Band Book of Rhythm Classics, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. St. Louis Blues; 2. Beale St. Blues; 3. That's A Plenty; 4. High Society; 5. Sobbin' Blues; 6. Some of These Days; 7. Wolverine Blues; 8. Livery Stable Blues; 9. Story Book Ball; 10. Maple Leaf Rag; 11. Chinese Blues; 12. Milenberg Joys; 13. Copenhagen; 14. Grace and Beauty; 15. Russian Rag. Publisher: Melrose Bros. Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 14: Memorial Band Book, 1905Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Nearer, My God, to Thee; 2. Lead, Kindly Light!; 3. Happy Day; 4. Love Divine; 5. Old Hundred; 6. St. Bride's; 7. St. Ann's; 8. At the Cross; 9. There is no Death; 10. Our Fallen Heroes; 11. Love's Offering; 12. Memorial Hymn; 13. The Genius; 14. Una Lacrima suila Tomba de Rossini; 15. Funeral March (Chopin); 16. Funeral March (Beethoven); 17. March Religioso; 18. Light Beyond; 19. Evening Song; 20. Reverie; 21. Evening Prayer; 22. Ave Maria (Mozart); 23. American Medley March No. 3: Flag of Our Union, Tenting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground; 24. American Medley March No. 8: Home, Sweet Home and The Girl I Left Behind Me; 25. Lost and Won - American Medley March No. 1: Dixie Land, Union Forever, Marching through Georgia. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 15: Menges Band Book No. 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. International Conciliation; 2. Centurian; 3. The Voyager; 4. Old Vienna; 5. The Auto Patrol; 6. Shot and Shell; 7. Nomination; 8. Young Buffalo; 9. March of the Grangers; 10. Zip Bing; 11. Break of Dawn; 12. A Dream of Dreams; 13. A Blushing Rose; 14. Lily of the Valley; 15. Remember Me; 16. Bizarre Schottische. Publisher: F.C. Menges, Cleveland, OH.
Item 16: Mesang Band-O-Rama Band Book, 1954Add to your cart.
Composed by Ted Mesang. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Glory of the West; 2. Brittany; 3. Chiquita; 4. Melodic Magician; 5. An Old Story; 6. The Busy Baton; 7. Ricky; 8. Upward and Onward; 9. Lady Luck; 10. Prince Valiant; 11. Little Colonel; 12. Blossom Time; 13. Judy Marie; 14. Gary; 15. God Still Lives; 16. May What My God Wills Come to Pass. Publisher: Charles H. Hansen Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 17: Mesang March Book, 1956Add to your cart.
Composed by Ted Mesang. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Benton Hall; 2. The Prairie Prince; 3. Along the Way; 4. Captain Koebrick; 5. Carnival; 6. Greenbury; 7. Little Pete; 8. Byron; 9. Robbie; 10. Rocky Run; 11. Sir Greg; 12. Laurel; 13. Southern Spirit; 14. Truax Field; 15. El Gaucho; 16. Gallantry. Publisher: Southern Music Co., San Antonio, TX.
Item 18: Mesang March Book No. 1, 1948Add to your cart.
Composed by Ted Mesang. Parts. Pieces include: 1. New Trails; 2. Purple Pride; 3. Spirit of Democracy; 4. Forest Ranger; 5. Belmont; 6. Northwoods; 7. Emblem of Glory; 8. Great Northwest; 9. All Out; 10. East and West; 11. WSMA; 12. Music Club; 13. Southern Special; 14. New Frontiers; 15. Colonel Auster; 16. Holiday. Publisher: Schmitt, Hall & McCreary Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 19: Mesang March Book No. 2, 1950Add to your cart.
Composed by Ted Mesang. Parts. Pieces include: 1. State Pride; 2. Marching Men; 3. The Nimrod; 4. Youth & Progress; 5. Coliseum; 6. Yeomen; 7. Skidding; 8. Ketchikan; 9. Don Roberto; 10. Washburn; 11. Drummond; 12. Onward Victorious; 13. Majorette; 14. State Guard; 15. The Challenge; 16. The Skirmishers. Publisher: Paul A. Schmitt Music Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 20: Metro Band Book, 1941Add to your cart.
Compiled and edited by Frank Morton. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Sleeping Beauty; 2. Hungarian Dances No. 5; 3. Hungarian Dances No. 6; 4. Songs My Mother Taught Me; 5. Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet; 6. La Paloma; 7. Grand Opera Selection: Lucia di Lammermoor, Bohemian Girl, Poet and Peasant, Lohengrin, Tales of Hoffmann, Faust; 8. Come Back to Erin; 9. The Last Rose of Summer; 10. Largo; 11. Santa Lucia; 12. Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms; 13. Pilgrim Chorus; 14. War March; 15. America the Beautiful; 16. Air From Rigoletto; 17. The Blue Bells of Scotland. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 21: Mighty Oregon, undatedAdd to your cart.
March. Composed by Albert Perfect. Parts. Publisher: Melrose Bros. Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 22: Mills Festive Program Band Book, 1929Add to your cart.
By Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Star Dust; 2. Sweet Rosie O'Grady; 3. Dinah; 4. Ting-A-Ling; 5. Jealous; 6. Leave Me With a Smile; 7. Loyal Forever March; 8. Home; 9. Blaze of Honor; 10. Nobody's Sweetheart; 11. National Honor March; 12. Fantasy; 13. Selection "From Vienna"; 14. Star Spangled Polka; 15. Songs of Our Allies: O Canada! and Hymn of the Soviet Union; 16. Three Patriotic Songs: America, Star Spangled Banner, and America the Beautiful. Publisher: Mills Music Inc., New York, NY.
Item 23: Mills Red Band Book for Youthful Bands, 1932Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm; 2. He'd Have to Get Under, Get Out, and Get Under; 3. Let a Smile be Your Umbrella; 4. My Sunny Tennessee; 5. Yaaka Hula, Hickey Dula; 6. You're a Million Miles from Nowhere; 7. Oh! What a Pal Was Mary; 8. Spain; 9. Jealous; 10. Rock-A-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody; 11. Brown Eyes; 12. A Smile Will Go A Long, Long Way; 13. Make Believe; 14. Arrah Go On I'm Gonna Go Back to Oregon; 15. For Me and My Gal. Publisher: Mills Music , Inc., New York, NY.
Item 24: Mills Selective Program Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. School Days; 2. There's Something About a Soldier; 3. Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing; 4. Mary Lou; 5. Girl of My Dreams; 6. Margie; 7. Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo; 8. That Tumble-Down Shack in Athlone;  8. When You're Smiling; 10. Repass Band; 11. Cowboy Tunes; 12. Spanish Dance; 13. Patriotic Overture; 14. Joyous Noel; 15. Irish Overture; 16. Three Patriotic Songs: America, Star Spangled Banner, and America the Beautiful. Publisher: Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Item 1: Tip Top Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by William M. Redfield. Parts. Pieces include: 1. There's Something About a Soldier; 2. Spirit of St. Louis; 3. America, I Love You; 4. Pretty Little Cinderella; 5. Miss Columbia; 6. Carina; 7. Eagles of America; 8. Star Dust; 9. The Spring Is At Your Window; 10. Hee Haw; 11. Nik-o-de-mus; 12. Shadows of the Evening; 13. Fragment from Andante, 5th Symphony (Beethoven). Publisher: Mills Music, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 2: Monarch Quartette Album, 1895Add to your cart.
For brass quartets. Arranged by Paul Lange. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Maid of the Mill; 2. The Lost Chord; 3. O Holy Jesus; 4. Within a Mile of Edinboro; 5. Dreamland Faces; 6. Come Back to Erin; 7. Lord of the World's Above; 8. Dear Heart; 9. In the Gloaming; 10. When the Lights are Low; 11. Hark, The Herald Angels Sing; 12.The Village Blacksmith. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 3: 29 More March Trios, 1956Add to your cart.
By Acton E. Ostling. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Our Defenders; 2. Enterprise; 3. American Eagle; 4. Indiana State Band; 5. Adjutant Bridge; 6. Fort Popham; 7. Our Flirtation; 8. Colonel Fitch; 9. The Rifle Regiment; 10. Under the Double Eagle; 11. The Trombone Hustler; 12. March of the Little Pierrots; 13. Dunlap Commandery; 14. DeMolay Commandery; 15. The Honeymoon; 16. The Battleship Maine; 17. Colonel Brett; 18. General Miles; 19. Invincible Cadet; 20. Hands Across the Sea; 21. El Dorado; 22. The Bell of Pittsburgh; 23. Chicago Tribune; 24. Marche Lorraine; 25. Fraternity; 26. The Picadore; 27. The American Girl; 28. Redfield's March; 29. The New York Journal; 30. Star Spangled Banner. Publisher: Belwin, Rockville Centre, L.I., NY
Item 4: More Our Band Plays, 1942Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by C. Paul Herfurth and Hugh M. Stuart. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Our Band Class March; 2. Overture from Pierrot's Door; 3. Hymn for Band; 4. Merry Widow Waltz; 5. Faith of Our Fathers. 6. Ave Verum; 7 America; 8. Men of Harlech; 9. Chorale I; 10. Annie Lisle; 11. Chorale II; 12. Vienna Woods; 13. In the Evening by the Moonlight; 14. Dolores; 15. Trio from The Sharpshooter's March; 16. Sweet and Low; 17. Go Down Moses; 18. Trio from Liberty Bell March; 19. Pixie Parade; 20. Jingle Bells; 21. Funiculi, Funicula; 22. Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!; 23. Nocturne; 24. Chorale; 25. Trio from Manhattan Beach. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 5: Muzark Camp March, 1952Add to your cart.
Composed by Ed Chenette. Parts. Publisher: Pro Art Publications, New York, NY.
Item 6: National Band Book, The, 1932Add to your cart.
Composer: Ed Chenette. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Parade of the Guards; 2. The Mighty Pacific; 3. The Atlantic Coast; 4 The Canadian Line; 5. The Mexican Border; 6. The Forest Preserve; 7. The Mississippi Muddle; 8. Dancing in Dixie; 9. The Western Plains; 10. Santa Fe; 11. The Great Lakes; 12. Prairie Flower; 13. The National Parks; 14. Peaceful Valleys; 15. The Grand Canyon; 16. The Great Northwest. Publisher: G. Schirmer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 7: New Era Band Book, The, 1907Add to your cart.
Brass and Reed Band Journal. Composed and arranged by L.P. Laurendeau. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Present!; 2.Arladne; 3. Moto-Cycle; 4. Seminole; 5. Country Maiden; 6. The White Feather; 7. Aristo; 8. Blunderbuss; 9. Operatic Pearls; 10. Nicona; 11. Viator; 12. Aigrette; 13. Armada; 14. Clio; 15. Herilda; 16. Semper Vivax; 17. Nelida; 18. The Keep-Sake. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 8: New Way Band Book for Beginners, 1941Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by Rosario Bourdon. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Stars of the Summer Night; 2. How Can I Leave Thee; 3. Aura Lee; 4. Far Away; 5. Auld Lang Syne; 6. Gaudeamus Igitur; 7. Nellie Was a Lady; 8. Oh! Susanna; 9. Cradle Song; 10. Shepherd's Song; 11. Alma Mater; 12. When Love is Kind; 13. Farmer in the Dell; 14. Home Sweet Home; 15. Loreley; 16. Sweet and Low; 17. Northern Song; 18. Prayer, from Hansel & Gretel; 19. Passing Through Lorraine; 20. Nocturne (Mendelssohn); 21. I've Been Working on the Railroad; 22. Ode to Triumph (Brahms); 23. Ode to Joy (Beethoven); 24. Consolation (Mendelssohn); 25. Shoo Fly Don't Bother Me; 26. Air Cadet; 27. Flying Fortress; 28. Soldier's Farewell; 29. In Dulci Jubilo; 30. Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones; 31. Captain Jinks; 32. Fair Land of Poland; 33. Bendemeer's Stream; 34. Atlantic Coast; 35. Pacific Coach. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 9: Noel March Book for Band, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by F.E. Noel. Parts.PIeces include: 1. Burton; 2. Cal; 3. Central; 4. Creston; 5. Dexter; 6. Glorious South; 7. Harrison; 8. K March; 9. Loop the Loop; 10. Maverick; 11. Ottowa; 12. Scout; 13. Shelby; 14. Stanley; 15. Uncle Dudley; 16. Union. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 10: Novelty Band Folio, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Indian Trail; 2. Woo-Dell; 3. Drummers Delight; 4. A Novel Novelette; 5. Blushing Rose; 6. Parade of the Elephants; 7. Xylophone Rag; 8. Slidin' Some; 8. United America; 10. Bennet's Triumphal; 11. The BIllboard Caravan; 12. Peerless Triumphal; 13. Blue Jackets; 14. Hail to Uncle Sam; 15. Echoes of Spring; 16. Golden Moments. Publisher: Finder & Urbanek, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 11: O Joyfully Play, 1957Add to your cart.
20 Christmas carols. Arranged by Irving Cheyette. Parts. Pieces include: 1. O Come All Ye Faithful; 2. Lo, How a Rose; 3. Adoramus Te; 4. Lullay, Thou Little Child; 5. O Come, O Come Emmanuel; 6. Shepherds! Shake Off Your Drowsy Sleep; 7. Christ Was Born On Christmas Day; 8. Let Our Gladness Know No End; 9. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen; 10. The First Nowell; 11. As Lately We Watched; 12. O Come, Little Children; 13. Glad CHristmas Bells; 14. Good Christian Men, Rejoice; 15. What Child Is This?; 16. Angels We Have Heard on High; 17. Silent Night; 18. Dona Nobis Pacem; 19. Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones; 20. Tallis' Canon.  Publisher: Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., NY.
Item 12: OK March Folio, 1951Add to your cart.
Composer: Harold L. Walters. Parts. Pieces include: 1. March On America!; 2. Brasses to the Fore; 3. Reeds in Front; 4. Percussion in Review; 5. Bells Across the Gridiron; 6. Latin Americana; 7. Half-Time Strut; 8. Burst of Trumpets; 9. Redskin Ramble; 10. Tam o' Shanter; 11. Men of Erin; 12. Escort of Honor; 13. Dixieland Revel; 14. Campus Swing; 15. 20th Century Special; 16.Sound and Fury. Publisher: Rubank, Inc. Chicago, IL.
Item 13: Old Glory March Folio, 1944Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Spirit of Washington; 2. Under One Banner; 3. Sustineo Alas; 4. Flight Commander; 5. Invincible Invaders; 6. Our Gallant Men; 7. Honors of the Day; 8. Men of the Sea; 9. Eagle Squadron; 10. Ensign of Victory; 11. Citation for Valor; 12. Follow the Guidon; 13. Call Out the Commandos; 14. Officer of the Guard; 15. Faith in America; 16. United We Stand. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 14: Olympic Band Book, The, 1956Add to your cart.
Composers: E. Brose, G. Olin, H. Dunn, J. Fenner. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Olympic; 2. Panda; 3. Parade Time; 4. Cannoneer; 5. The Breakers; 6. Pioneeer; 7. Vienna; 8. Sea Wolf; 9. Spanish Serenade; 10. Golden Conquest; 11. Liberty Road; 12. Two Steppin' Joe; 13. Six Chorales; 14. Blue Bird; 15. Sonora; 16. Scales & Chords. Publisher: Don Keller, Berkeley, CA.
Box 19Add to your cart.
Item 1: On Parade March Folio, 1937Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. On Parade; 2. Loyalty; 3. Line Up; 4. Stadium; 5. The Street King; 6. Under Escort; 7. Our Chief; 8. Invincible Yank; 9. Sound Off; 10. Legionaires On Parade; 11. Cadet Captain; 12. Color Guard; 13. The Spartans; 14. The Marching Band; 15. Field Tactics; 16. Minstrel Parade. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 2: On the Air, 1940Add to your cart.
Radio -styled tunes for bands. Composed by Harvey S. Whistler and Herman A. Hummel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Some Day; 2. Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair; 3. Swingin' With the Scots; 4. Baby Mine; 5. Believing in the Stars; 6. Jingle Bell Jive; 7. Ciribiribin; 8. Because of You; 9. Then It's True; 10. Beautiful Blue Moon; 11. Martha Mows 'em Down; 12. No One to Love; 13. Thinking of You; 14. With Annie Laurie in the Groove; 15. Arkansaw Swingster; 16. Tell Me. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 3: On the Road to Mandalay, 1935Add to your cart.
Composer: Oley Speaks. Arranger: Herman Bellstedt. Parts. Publisher: G. Shirmer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 4: Our Favorite Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composers: J.E. Wells, Fred Jewell, Theodore A. Steinmetz. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Our Favorite; 2. 105th Cavalry March; 3. Winning Colors; 4. Armistice Day Parade; 5. In Line Of March; 6.Lead On; 7. Golden Days; 8. American Boy; 9. Imp O'Luck; 10. Happy Lads; 11. At Evening Time; 12. At Break of Dawn; 13. Sabbath Morn; 14. Neola Waltz; 15. Recreation; 16. Radiant Youth.  Publisher: Fred Jewell Music Co., Worthington, IN.
Item 5: Pal of My Cradle Days, 1925Add to your cart.
Waltz. Music by Al Piantadosi. Lyrics by Marshall Montgomery. Arranged by O. Sciacca. Parts. Publisher: Leo. Feist, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 6: Parade Front!, 1938Add to your cart.
Arranged by Charles Benter. Parts. PIeces include: 1. Avalon; 2. Smiles; 3. Don't Give Up the Ship; 4. Spirit of Independence; 5. The March of Time; 6. The Song of the Marines; 7. Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet; 8. Yoo-Hoo; 9. The Whip; 10. Daughters of the American Revolution. Publisher: Remick Musc Corp., New York, NY.
Item 7: Parade of the States, 1954Add to your cart.
Arranged by Paul Bennett. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Beautiful Ohio; 2. Indiana; 3. Alabamy Bound; 4. Beautiful Texas; 5. Pennsylvania Polka; 6. Roll On, Mississippi, Roll On; 7. The Trail of the Lonesome Pine and Carry Me Back to Old Virginny; 8. Maine Stein Song; 9. The Sidewalks of New York; 10.. The Wide Missouri and At a Georgia Camp Meeting; 11. My Maryland; 12. California Pioneers and My Old Kentucky Home. Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., New York, NY.
Item 8: Pass in Review Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Lights Out; 2. Gloria; 3. Chicago Tribune; 4. Entry of the Gladiators; 5. Glory of the Trumpets; 6. Washington Grays; 7. American Legion; 8. Bombasto; 9. Indiana State Band; 10. Pasadena Day; 11. Greater Pittsburgh; 12. La Sorella; 13. Joyce's 71st N.Y. Regiment; 14. Zacatecas; 15. March Religioso; 16. Invercargill. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 9: Patriotic America Band Book, ca. 1940sAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. American Patrol; 2. Star-Spangled Banner; America; Hail to the Chief; 3. Marines' Hymn; Yankee Doodle; Dixie; 4. America, the Beautiful; 5. I'm in the Army Now; 6. Military Maestro; 7. The Loyal Legion; 8. The Victorious Eagle; 9. National Defense; 10. Durm Major; 11. Flying Fortress; 12. Spirit of the Air Corps; 13. Clipper of the Air; 14. Down the Line; 15. All's Clear; 16. Hi, Neighbor. Publisher: Broadcast Music Inc., New York, NY.
Item 10: Play Right Away, 1953Add to your cart.
For beginning band. By Joseph Paulson. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Lightly Row; 2. Jingle Bells; 3. Birthday Party; 4. Memories; 5. Oh Susanna; 6. A Tisket, A Tasket; 7. Soliloquy; 8. Sunday Morning; 9. Church Bells; 10. March of the Manikins; 11. Tommy Tinker; 12. My Dog Spot; 13.Scout March; 14. Eagle Scout; 15. Little Brown Jug; 16. Cute Little Girl in Blue; 17.Man on the Flying Trapeze; 18. Walking Cane; 19. Marche Militaire; 20. Lullaby; 21. Up and Down the Ladder; 22. Old Rocking Chair; 23. Comin' Round the Mountain; 24. Aloha Oe; 25. America; 26. March of the Guards; 27. Lazy River; 28. Fanfare; 29. Chorale; 30. Circus Life; 31. Streamliner. Publisher: Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., NY,
Item 11: Popular Marches: Golden Spurs, 1953Add to your cart.
Composer: S. Rhodes. Parts. Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, Ltd., London, England.
Item 12: Pride of the Campus, 1936Add to your cart.
Composer: Emil Soderstrom. Parts. Publisher: H.T. FitzSimons Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 13: Pro-Art Band Book, 1942Add to your cart.
Arranged by Walter Graham. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Traffic Squad; 2. Sun Tan; 3. Zambezi Dance; 4. Post to Post; 5. Sypho Sip; 6. Valse Dramatico; 7. La Victoria; 8. Ormande; 9. Athenon; 10. Interstate; 11. And We Danced; 12. Ethelon; 13. Chorale Fuge; 14.Azendah; 15. Salute to the Laurels. Publisher: Pro-Art Publications, Westbury, L.I.,, NY.
Item 14: Program and Parade Band Folio, 1949Add to your cart.
By Harvey S. Whistler and Herman A. Hummel. Parts.Pieces include: 1.The Thunderer; 2. De Molay; 3. High School Cadets; 4.Valse Suite from Espana; 5. Waltz King Favorites; 6. March Majestic; 7. The Crusader; 8. Round-Up Review; 9. Salute to Stephen Foster; 10. Jolly Coppersmith; 11. Sharpshooters; 12. Carmen Selection; 13. Chilcothian-Sentinel; 14. Little Giant; 15. Fair Maid of Perth.  Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Item 1: Program Classics Band Folio, Vol. 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Soldiers March from Faust; 2. Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana; 3. Spiritual; 4. Valse Triste (Sbelius); 5. Rosamunde Ballet Music No. 2; 6. Skaters Waltz; 7. Dance of the Happy Spirits from Orpheus; 8. Praise Ye (Verdi); 9. Ase's Death from Peer Gynt Suite; 10. Menuet from Don Juan (Mozart); 11. Herodiade (Massenet); 12. Silver Threads Among the Gold; 13. Wagnerian March; 14. Norma (Bellini); 15. A Bit of Ireland; 16. Come Ye Thankful People and Softly Now the Light of Day. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 2: Program Series for Bands: Camp-Fire March, 1933Add to your cart.
By J.E. Maddy (arranger) and T.P. Giddings. Parts. Publisher: The Willis Musc Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 3: Progressive Band Lessons, 1922Add to your cart.
For unison and ensemble practice. By Arthur A. Clappe. Parts. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 4: Progressive Military Band Primer, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
By M.L. Lake. Parts. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 5: Promoter Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by W.H. Kiefer. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Hanover;  2. Overture La Petite; 3. Ma Honey Belle; 4. Janty; 5. Pleasure Moments; 6. The Little Prince; 7. Twilight; 8. Apple Blossom; 9. The Violet; 10. Jollity; 11. The Loyal Guards; 12. The Advancer; 13. El Reno; 14. Pastime; 15. Asleep; 16. Vivo. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 6: R.B.H. Band Book, The, 1914Add to your cart.
Composed by R.B. Hall. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Second Regiment P.M. March; 2. Dunlap Commandery; 3. W.M.B. March; 4. Greeting to Bangor; 5. Col. Philbrook March; 6. American Cadet; 7. Independentia; 8. Hamlin Rifles; 9. Fort Popham; 10. Norembega; 11. S.I.B.A. March; 12. Col. Fitch March; 13. Albanian March; 14. Tenth Regiment March. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 7: Record Band Book, The, 1905Add to your cart.
Brass and Reed Band Journal. Composed or arranged by F.H. Losey. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Regent; 2. Sea Breezes; 3. Fleur de Lis; 4. Uncle Silas; 5. Niobe; 6. Water Sprites; 7. Standard Bearer; 8. The Golden Prince; 9. Red Raven; 10. The Lily; 11. Carolyn; 12. Royal Ensign; 13. Grand Operatic; 14. Trisgian; 15. Rosamonde; 16. Romance; 17. Evening Song; 18. Romance; 19. Shooting Stars. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 8: Recreation Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by G.E. Holmes. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Royal Guards; 2. Naval Reserves; 3. March of the Marines; 4. Summer Nights Waltz; 5. Pride of the Regiment; 6. At Dusk; 7. March Collegiate; 8. Passing in Review; 9. On Parade; 10. Happy Moments; 11. Spanish Serenade; 12. Circus Clown; 13. Salute the Colors; 14. Milary Ball; 15. At the Pavilion. Publisher: H.T. FitzSimons Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 9: Repertoire Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Selected and arranged by Charles J. Roberts. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Fall in Line; 2. Nobody Knows de Trouble I've Seen; 3. True Pals; 4. Dream Castles; 5. Romance; 6. The Little Leader; 7. The Cotton Pickers' Song; 8. Father of Liberty; 9. Dutch Shoe Dance; 10. Tenderness; 11. The Fencing Master; 12. Venetian Serenade; 13. Merry Marionettes; 14. Victory; 15. Beyond the Old Gate. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 10: Restin' on the Old Camp Tunes, 1940Add to your cart.

Rhythm studies. By Carl W. Vandre and Adam P. Lesinsky. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Lightly Row; 2. Reuben and Rachel; 3. A,B,C; 4. Little Brown Jug; 5. For He's a Jolly Good Fellow; 6. Humpty Dumpty; 7. When You and I Were Young Maggie; 8. Billy Boy; 9. There's Music in the Air; 10. Yankee Doodle; 11. Blue Bells of Scotland; 12. Old Black Joe; 13. Auld Lang Syne; 14. Dear Evalina; 15. Home, Home, Can I Forget Thee?; 16. Comin' Thro' the Rye; 17. Annie Roonie; 18. Lauterbach Song; 19. Wait for the Wagon; 20. Oh! Susanna; 21. Humpty Dumpty; 22. Good Night Ladies; 23. How Can I Leave Thee; 24. The Band Played On; 25. Listen to the Mocking Bird; 26. Country Gardens; 27. Dixie; 28. Horn Pipe; 29. The Arkansaw Traveler; 30. The Girl I Left Behind Me; 31. Three Blind Mice; 32. Pop! Goes the Weasel; 33. Home Again; 34. Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms; 35. Jack and Jill; 36. When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 37. The Irish Washerwoman; 38. Killarney.

Note: In parts copies, some copies show one publisher and other copies show another publisher. The publishers are: Gamble Hinged Music Co., Chicago, IL. or Remick Music Corp., New York, NY.

Item 11: Revelation Band Book, The, 1930Add to your cart.
By Mayhew L. Lake. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Morning Hymn; 2. Fraternity March; 3. Long Ago; 4. The Little Major; 5. Summer Night; 6. Evening Shadows; 7. Humpty Dumpty; 8. In Autumn; 9. Valse Lente; 10. On Parade. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 12: Rhythm Time for Band, 1950Add to your cart.
By Forrest L.Buchtel. Parts. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 13: Robbins Hit Parade Band Book, 1944Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Deep Purple; 2. Manhattan Serenade; 3. Daybreak; 4. Over the Rainbow; 5. The Caissons Go Rolling Along; 6. Moonlight Serenade; 7. Josephine; 8. Manzanillo; 9. Down Argentina Way; 10. Aurora; 11. Ferry-Boat Serenade; 12. The Woodpecker Song; 13. Elmer's Tune; 14. Mairzy Doats; 15. Wings Over America. Publisher: Robbins Music Corp., New York, NY.
Box 21Add to your cart.
Item 1: Romance 'N Rhythm Band Book, 1954Add to your cart.
Arranged by Charles Hathaway. Parts. Pieces include: 1. All of Me; 2. Me and My Shadow; 3. I'll Get By; 4. Two Tickets to Georgia; 5. I'm Gonna Love That Guy; 6. Moon Over Miami; 7. San Antonio Rose; 8. I'm Confessin' ; 9. Cecilia; 10. Tuck Me to Sleep in My Old 'Tucky Home; 11. I Never Knew; 12. Them There Eyes; 13. Tony's Wife; 14. Miss Annabelle Lee. Publisher: Bourne, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 2: Root's New Beginners Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by D.S. McCosh. Parts. Publisher: E.T. Root & Sons., Chicago, IL.
Item 3: Root's Young Players Favorite Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Publisher: E.T. Root & Sons, Chicago, IL.
Item 4: Routine-ettes, 1957Add to your cart.
Arranged by Acton E. Ostling. Parts. Pieces include: 1. H.A.F. March; 2. La Spagnola; 3.Oh Marie; 4. Sweet Rosie O'Grady; 5. My Wild Irish Rose; 6. Many Happy Returns; 7. Kentucky Babe; 8. Two Little Girls in Blue; 9. Just One Girl; 10. On the Banks of the Wabash; 11. When You Were Sweet Sixteen; 12. Comrades; 13. The Star Spangled Banner; 14. Parader; 15. Step Off. Publisher: Belwin, Inc., Rockville Centre, L.I., NY.
Item 5: Rubank Band Folios, undatedAdd to your cart.
Sample of Rubank's band folios under various titles. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 6: Rubank Method for Recorder, 1939Add to your cart.
By James C. Young. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Lightly Row; 2. Mary's Lamb; 3. America; 4. Sun of My Soul; 5. Twilight Dreams; 6. Old Black Joe; 7. Alphabet Song; 8. Cradle Song; 9. Three Pictures from A Chinese Fan; 10. Pride of the School March; 11. All Through the Night; 12. Finlandia Excerpt; 13. Susy, Little Susy; 14. Roses From the South; 15. Little Annie Rooney; 16. Amaryllis; 17. Forsaken; 18. Man on the Flying Trapeze; 18. O Sole Mio; 19. The Sandman; 20. Country Gardens; 21 Home on the Range; 22. Charlie Is My Darling; 23. Andantino; 24. Old Zip Coon; 25. Alphabet Song; 26. Andante; 27. Canon; 28. Rounds; 29. Three Wise Men of Gotham; 30. Scale Round; 31. Bobby Shafto; 32. May Dance; 33. Two Part Invention; 34. Three Part Invention; 35. Andante from Orpheus; 36. Minuet in G; 37. Madrigal for Solo Recorder; 38. Waltz. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 7: Rubank Program Classics Band Folio, Vol. 1, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by Forrest L. Buchtel, E. DeLamater, G.E. Holmes, Paul Yoder. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Triumphal March from Aida; 2. Prelude from L'Arlesienne Suite; 3. Finlandia; 4. Country Gardens; 5. Gipsiana; 6. Mexicana; 7. Themes from Mignon; 8. Andante from Surprise Symphony (J. Haydn); 9. Amaryllis; 10. Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman; 11. Elves Dance from Nutcracker Suite; 12. Celebrated Minuet (Boccherini); 13. I'll Take You Home Again Kathleeen; 14. Pilgrim Chorus from Tannhaouser; 15. Two Chorales: Grant Us to Do with Zeal and O LIght of Life; 16. 'Till We Meet Again. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 8: Rubank Program Classics Band Folio, Vol. 3, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Carmen; 2. Walther's Prize Song; 3. Le Secret Intermezzo; 4. Angelus; 5. Serenade (Schubert); 6. Largo (Handel); 7. Humoresque (Dvorak); 8. Berceuse; 9. Poem (Fibich); 10. Home on the Range; 11. Gold and Silver Waltz; 12. Sleeping Beauty (Tschaikowsky); 13. Father of Victory March; 14. El Choclo; 15. Pizzicato Polka; 16. Quartette from Rigoletto. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 9: Rubank Supplementary Band Book, 1933Add to your cart.
By G.E. Holmes. Parts. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 10: Russell's Junior Band Folio, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Edward Russell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Honor Roll March; 2. Good Sportsman March; 3. Grand Review; 4. Prep March; 5. Fighting Spirit March; 6. Down the Field March; 7. Maroon and White; 8. Fairy Bells; 9. School Memories; 10. Sunset Glow; 11. Mine O' Melody; 12. Good Fellows; 13. Teamwork Overture; 14. Young America; 15. Full O' Pep; 16. Playmates. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 11: Season's Greetings, 1958Add to your cart.
Compiled & arranged by Donald J. Pease. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Jingle Bells; 2. Silent Night; 3. We Three Kings; 4. Deck the Hall; 5. Joy to the World; 6. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; 7. O Come, All Ye Faithful; 8. O Sanctissima; 9. The First Noel; 10. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear; 11. Away in a Manger; 12. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks; 13. O, Little Town of Bethlehem; 14. Tomorrow Will Be Christmas; 15. O Come, Little Children; 16. Jolly Old St. Nicholas; 17. Up on the House-Top; 18. We Wish You a Merry Christmas; 19. God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen; 20. O Sturdy Pine; 21. March of the Three Kings; 22. Angels We Have Heard on High; 23. O Holy Night. Publisher: Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., New York.
Item 12: Second Semester Band Book, 1941Add to your cart.
By Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Cast Thy Burden Upon the Lord; 2. Chorale from 1812 Overture; 3. Excerpt from Orpheus Overture; 4. March Premier; 5. Begone Dull Care; 6. Franz Lehar Waltz Favorites; 7. Recruits; 8. Victory March; 9. On the Moldau; 10. Comrades March; 11. March Uncle Sam; 12. Barber of Seville and William Tell Overtures (excerpts); 13. My Bonnie in Shanghai; 14. Festival March; 15. Landsighting; 16. Carnival of Venice; 17. The Farmer in the Dell; 18. Amethyst; 19. Star Spangled Banner; 20. When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 21. America the Beautiful. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 13: Schirmer Band Marches: Builders of America, 1936Add to your cart.
Composer: Edwin Franko Goldman. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 14: Short & Snappy Band Folio, 1951Add to your cart.
By Harold L. Walters. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Pre-Game Salute; 2. Post-Game Polka; 3. Bleacher Boogie; 4. Camp Meeting; 5. Dixie Flyer; 6. Sixty Seconds Samba; 7. End Run; 8. Blue Tail Bounce; 9. Juke Joint; 10. Center Plunge; 11. Strictly Dixie; 12. Time-Out Boogie; 13. Sambana; 14. Jolly Quarterback; 15. Quickie; 16. Swing Low Swing; 17. Forty Winks; 18. Half-Time Caper; 19. Gridiron Polka; 20. Orpheus in Dixie; 21. Break That Tie!; 22. Loyal & Steadfast; 23. My Gal; 24. Smear It Up!; 25. Dungaree; 26. Bill Bailey; 27. Mambo Time; 28. Where Did You?; 29. Team Work; 30. Sabre Dance. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 15: Showcase Band Book, 1955Add to your cart.
Arranged by Paul Yoder and Philip J. Lang. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Tenderly; 2. Mister Sandman; 3. Sweetheart of Sigma Chi; 4. Basin Street Blues; 5. Sentimental Journey; 6. After You've Gone; 7. Oh Baby Mine; 8. They Were Doin' the Mambo; 9. Angry; 10. Kentucky Babe; 11. Ko Ko Mo; 12. Enjoy Yourself; 13. Riders in the Sky; 14. Somebody Bad Stole De Wedding Bell. Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc., New York, NY.
Item 16: Sidewalks of New York, The, 1939Add to your cart.
By Charles B. Lawlor and James W. Blake. Parts. Publisher: Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 17: Silver Anniversary, 1958Add to your cart.
Composed by Paul Yoder. Parts. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Park Ridge, IL.
Item 18: Sing-O-Pep, 1941Add to your cart.
By John Paul Jones. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Roll on to Victory; 2. Carry On, America, Carry On; 3. Down that Line; 4. Three Trumpeters; 5. Pep; 6. High School Cheer Song; 7. Swing Along; 8. March Patriotic: Yankee Doodle; America; DIxie; Red, White and Blue; 9. Blue Trombone; 10. Triumphant Team Victory March; 11. Boosting the Old High School; 12. Football Song; 13. Swinging Sticks; 14. Banners Hgh March; 15. Alma Mater. Publisher: Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 19: SkiTime, undatedAdd to your cart.
By Bill Laas & Fred Weber. Parts. Pieces include: 1. A Modern Version of William Tell: The Thunderer; William Tell; Comin' Round the Mountain; Alpine Theme; Funeral March; Gloria March; 2. Fearless Fanny, A Flicker Flashback: In the Gloaming; When You and I Were Young Maggie; Sidewalks of New York; Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes; While Strolling through the Park; Hearts and Flowers; S.I.B.A. March; 3. The Director's Dilemma: High School Cadets March; Our Director March; Nobody Knows the Troubles I've Seen; Jingle Bells; 4. The Story of Cowboy Joe: Red River Valley; Home on the Range; He's a Jolly Good Fellow; O Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie; My Sweeheart's the Man in the Moon; 5. The Bullfight: Entry of the Gladiator; Carmen Theme; Toreador's Song; Spring Song (Mendelssohn); 6. The Bachelor Takes a Wife: Grand Entry March; Bridal Chorus; Liebestraum (Liszt); Love's Old Sweet Song; The Farmer in the Dell; Sally Co-ed; Camptown Races; City Gal Blues; Over the Waves; No, No, 1000 Times No; Good Night Ladies; Silver Threads Among the Gold; Wedding March (Mendelssohn); Exit March. Publisher: Belwin, Rockville Centre, L.I., NY.
Item 20: Songs of Dartmouth, 1936Add to your cart.
Arranged by M.F. Longhurst. Parts. Publisher: Thornton W. Alllen Co., New York, NY.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Item 1: Sousa Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by John Philip Sousa. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Stars and Stripes Forever March; 2. The Fairest of the Fair March; 3. Powhatan's Daughter March; 4. The Free Lance March; 5. The Diplomat March; 6. Imperial Edward March; 7. Jack Tar March; 8. The Invincible Eagle March; 9. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty March; 10. The Man Behind the Gun March; 11. Hands Across the Sea March; 12.The Charlatan March; 13. The Bride Elect March; 14. The White Plume March. Publisher: The John Church Co.
Item 2: Sousa Marches for Band, 1927Add to your cart.
Composed by John Philip Sousa. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Sesqui-Centennial Exposition; 2. The Gridiron Club; 3. The Black Horse Troop; 4. The National Game; 5. Ancient and Honorable Artillery Co.; 6. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine; 7. The Gallant Seventh; 8. On the Campus; 9. Comrades of the Legion; 10. Sabre and Spurs. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 3: Sousa-Yoder March Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by John Philip Sousa. Arranged by Paul Yoder. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Semper Fidelis; 2. The Thunderer; 3. El Capitan; 4. Washington Post; 5. The Stars and Stripes Forever; 6. Manhattan Beach; 7. The Gladiator; 8. The Liberty Bell; 9. National Fencibles; 10. King Cotton; 11. The High School Cadets. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 4: Sousa's Favorite March Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by John Philip Sousa. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Washington Post March; 2. Our Flirtation March; 3. Sempre Fidelis March; 4. National Fencibles March; 5. High School Cadets March; 6. Picadore March; 7. Beau Ideal March; 8. Belle of Chicago March; 9. Crusader March; 10. Thunderer March; 11. Sound Off March; 12. Occidental March; 13. Corcoran Cadets March; 14. Gladiator March; 15. On Parade March (The Lion Tamer); 16. Right Forward March. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 5: Southwell's American Overture Journal, 1894Add to your cart.
Composed by George Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Overture Crystal; 2. Overture Inola; 3. Overture Paloma; 4. Overture Alameda; 5. Overture Nyanza; 6. Overture Hyperion; 7. Tuba Solo Glenora; 8. Overture Cascade; 9. Baritone Solo Etiwanda; 10. Overture Metropolis; 11. Overture Montebello; 12. Overture Marengo; 13. Alto Solo Zetta; 14. Overture Emerald; 15. Overture Transit; 16. Overture Ascalon. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City, MO.
Item 6: Southwell's Concert Band Book, 1889Add to your cart.
Composed by Southwell, Ripley and Rose. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Tube Rose Waltz; 2. Corporals Guard Quickstep; 3. Overture Musical Gem; 4.To My Best Beloved; 5. Overture Bold and Brave; 6. Overture Queen City; 7. Royalty Polka; 8. Cornet Solo Caledonia; 9. Andante and Waltz Amour; 10. In Martial Array; 11. Overture Pell-Mell; 12. Serenade "The Empress"; Serenade "Twinkling Stars"; 13. Overture Tryme; 14. Caprice The Hottentots; 15. Bass Solo Climax. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City, MO.
Item 7: Southwell's EZ Band Book, 1916Add to your cart.
Composed by Charles Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Melrose March; 2. The Boy Scouts; 3. Rainbow Waltz; 4. The Warwick March; 5. Regimental March; 6.Cinderella Waltz; 7. Rialto March; 8. Grand Avenue March; 9. Ethel Waltz; 10. Dorothy Schottische; 11. Serenade Moonlight; 12. March the Rover; 13. Woodland Breezes; 14. Grand March Old Glory; 15. Maplewood March; 16. Overture E Z. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City, MO.
Item 8: Southwell's Leaders' Choice Band Book, 1911Add to your cart.
Composed by George and Charles Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Twilight Serenade; 2. Spring Lake March; 3. Kankakee; 4. Johnetta Waltz; 5. American Boy March; 6. Grandview March; 7. May Blossoms Waltz; 8. Old Red Barn Dance; 9. March Six Eight; 10. Overture Best Yet;  11. Alberta Polka; 12. Rock River March; 13. Hurry Up Galop; 14. Up the Dells; 15. March Excel; 16. Margold Three Step. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City, MO.
Item 9: Southwell's New Beginners' Favorite Bank Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by George Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Welcome Quickstep; 2. Our Band Quickstep; 3. The Pride Waltz; 4. Silverton Quickstep; 5. Sir Knight Quickstep;√?¬† 6. Mountain Echo Waltz; 7. Sparhawk Hutchins Quickstep; 8. Alamosa Quickstep; 9. Queen Bee Waltz; 10. Lillie Polka; 11. Serenade "The Queen"; 12. Glen Rose Waltz; 13. Grand Entree Quickstep; 14. Galop Wake Up; 15. Castle Rock Quickstep; 16. Ladies' Band Overture. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City,√?¬† MO.
Item 10: Southwell's O.T. Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Annie Laurie; 2. Long, Long Ago; 3. Mocking Bird; 4. Old Blak Joe; 5. Silver Moon; 6. De Camptown Races; 7. Old Dog Tray; 8. Upidee - Nellie Bly; 9. Blue Bells of Scotland; 10. Suwanee River; 11. Home Sweet Home; 12. Dixie Land; 13. Marching Through Georgia; 14. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp; 15. Good-Bye, My Lover; 16. Hard Times Come Again No More; 17. St. Jude; 18. Flee as a Bird; 19. Little Maggie May; 20. Landlord, Fill the Flowing Bowl; 21 Do They Miss Me at Home; 22. Gentle Annie; 23. Massa's in de Cold Ground; 24. Darling Nellie Gray; 25. Auld Lang Syne; 26. My Old Kentucky Home; 27. John Brown's Body; 28. Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep; 29. Tapping at the Garden Gatel; 30. Arkansas Traveler; 31. Abraham's Daughter; 32. Old Reel. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City. MO.
Item 11: Southwell's Royal Band Book, 1892Add to your cart.
Composed by Geo. Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Fort Union; 2. Sweetheart; 3. Silver City; 4. Avondale; 5. Schottische Viola; 6. Rockaway; 7. Volcano; 8. Rolette; 9. Whirlwind; 10. Alpha; 11. Nevada; 12. Just the Thing; 13. Wahoo; 14. Pastime; 15. Dundee; 16. Lion. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City, MO.
Item 12: Southwell's Triumph Band Book, 1913Add to your cart.
Composed by George and Charles Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Alvaretta Waltz; 2. The Transmitte March; 3. March To Beat the Band; 4. The Aristocrat; 5. The People's; 6. Overture True Blue; 7. Military March; 8. Armory March; 9. Ideal March & Two Step; 10. Down in Mississippi Cake Walk; 10. The Imperator March; 11. Around the World March; 12 When Roses Bloom; 13. Admiral March & Two Step; 14. Schottische Wildwood' 15. Round and Round Waltz. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City, MO.
Item 13: Southwell's Wonder Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed or arranged by Charles Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Wonder March; 2. Definace March; 3. The Flower Girl Waltz; 4. Director March; 5. The Comforter March; 6. Pleasant Memories Serenade; 7. Revelation March, 8. The Financier March; 9. Springtime -√?¬† A Dance; 10. The Invader March; 11. Snapdragon Overture; 12. Inspiration March; 13. Hail Columbia; 14. Red, White,and Blue; 15. Yankee Doodle; 16. Hail to the Chief; 17. Dixie; 18. The Girl I left Behind Me; 19. John Brown's Body; 20. Marching Through Georgia; 21. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp; 22. America; 23. Star Spangled Banner; 24. Rally Round the Flag, 25. Just Before the Battle, Mother. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City MO.
Item 14: Spirit of "76" March, 1951Add to your cart.
Hal Leonard March Series. Composed by Jack Lee. Parts. Publisher: Hal Leonard Music, Inc., Winona, MN.
Item 15: Sport-A-Rama Band Folio, 1956Add to your cart.
Compiled by Harold L. Walters. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Fanfare-Flourish; 2. Sport Grand Entry; 3. Wildcats Fast March; 4. Rock 'Em! Roll "Em!; 5. Dixie-Beat; 6. Strike Up the Band; 7. Low Score Lament; 8. Owls Fast March; 9. Time-Out Samba; 10. My Wild Irish Rose; 11. Freshie Hop; 12. Hail to the Spirit of Liberty; 13. Rat-Race; 14. The VIctors March; 15.Tigers Fast March; 16. Cool Rosie O'Grady; 17. Coke Date; 18. Adios Muchachos; 19. Hot Time in Dixie; 20. Hands Across the Sea; 21. Brass Saute; 22. On the Banks of the Wabash; 23. Romany Life; 24. Pomp and Heraldry; 25. Fat Boy Polka; 26. Frankie and Johnny; 27. Here's to Sport!; 28. French National Defile; 29. A Media Luz; 30. Flip Your Lid; 31. Alma Mater; 32. Star-Spangled Banner. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 16: Sportunes, 1960Add to your cart.
Composed or arranged by Ted Mesang. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Officer of the Day; 2. Symbol of Glory; 3. Dog on the Field; 4. Big Boy; 5. Rally March; 6. Slippery Sam; 7. Bronco Boy; 8. Hit 'Em High; 9. Hit 'Em Low; 10, No Gain; 11. Up and Over; 12. Here We Go; 13. Overtime; 14. Down Field; 15. Dad's Day; 16. Our Heroes; 17. Polly Polka; 18. Captain Parmeter; 19. Clapping Song; 20. Stomp 'Em; 21. The Sprinter; 22. The Winner; 23. Goal to Go; 24. Victory Polka; 25. The Star Spangled Banner; 26. America, the Beautiful; 27.Fanfares. Publisher: Schmitt, Hall and McCreary Co., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 17: Spot Band Shows, 1955Add to your cart.
By J.P. Dalby and R.D. Gregory. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Fanfares and Entrance Marches; 2. Seasons Show; 3. Nursery Rhymes Show; 4. Nutcracker Suite Show; 5. Gilbert & Sullivan Show; 6. Thanksgiving Show; 7. Homecoming Show. Publisher: Clayton F. Summy Co.
Item 18: Spotlight Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
By Ted Mesang and Max Thomas. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Side Shows; 2. Festival Parade; 3. Manhattan Medley; 4.The New Age; 5. Sob Sisters; 6.The Raiders; 7. Travel Time; 8. On the Street; 9. Sing Session; 10. Honor Guard; 11. Cowboy Capers; 12. Valiant Men; 13. Patriots' Parade; 14. Cadet Corps; 15. The Delta King; 16.Varsity Valor. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 19: Standard Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed and arranged by E.W. Berry. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Gertrude Waltz; 2. Gloriana Waltz; 3. Gleaming Stars Serenade; 4. Capital Hill March; 5. The Delegate March; 6. Success March; 6. Possum Hunter Cake Walk; 7. Sparkling Caprice; 8. Thunder Mountain March; 9. Nancy Sykes Galop; 10. Universal Overture; 11. Advance Guard March; 12. Mildred Gavotte; 13. Spirit of Love Waltz; 14. Mail Carrier March; 15.Vera Waltz. Publisher: Geo. Southwell Publishing Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 20: Standard March Book No. 1, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Rifle Regiment March; 2. Governor Woodfin's March; 3. 20th Century March; 4. General Miles March; 5. North Wind March; 6. Flag of Victory March; 7. Bombasto March; 8. King Over All March; 9. Ann Arbor University March; 10. King of the Turf March; 11. Happy Days March; 12. Under the Double Eagle March; 13. American Volunteer March; 14. Signal March; 15. Mt. St. Louis Cadets March; 16. With Iron Hand March; 17. For the Nation's Honor March; 18. hunder and Blazes March; 19. Our Favorite Regiment March; 20. Guard of Honor March. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 21: Standard Patriotic March Book No. 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Our Country First; 2. Guide Right; 3. The Pride of America; 4.The Gun Fire; 5. Garde du Corp; 6. Banner of Freedom, The; 6.Banner of Freedom, The; 7. On the Field of Glory; 8. Present Greeting. 9 Old Comrades; 10. The Standard Bearer; 11. Marche Lorraine; 12. Follow the Flag; 13. The Boy Scouts; 14. The Swordsman; 15. Stand Pat; 16. The Admiral; 17. Through Combat to Victory; 18. Flag Day; 19. Shoulder to Shoulder; 20. Camp Fire. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Item 1: Star Band Folio, 1934Add to your cart.
Composers: E. DeLamate, Ernest Weber, Henry W. Davis, Arthur Johnson. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Star March; 2. Commander March; 3. Golden Gate March; 4. Sky Ride March; 5. Ambassador March; 6. Blue Eagle March; 7. Coast Guards March; 8. Transcontinental March; 9. Pilgrims Prayer Choral; 10. Angelus Choral; 11. Evening Idyl Reverie; 12. Marilyn Waltz; 13. Trombone Antics; 14. Rio Grande Serenade; 15. Fairway Queen; 16. Billy. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 2: Spirit of Indepencence, 1938Add to your cart.
March. Composed by Abe Holzmann; arranged by Charles Benter. Parts. Publisher Remick Music Corp.
Item 3: Stadium Echoes, 1937Add to your cart.
College songs. Arranged as marches By Charles J. Roberts. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Lord Jeffery Amherst; 2. Down the Field - Medley March; 3. Going Back to Nassau Hall; 4. Fight for California; 5. Rambling Wreck form Georgia Tech; 6. Alma Mater; 7. Old Tulane; 7. Ten Thousand Men of Harvard; 8. March of the Titans; 9. As the Backs Go Tearing By; 10. The Eyes of Texas; 11. For the Honor of Old Purdue; 12. The Palisades; 13. The Badger Ballad; 14. On to Victory; 15. Split it for the Team; 16. Trojan Marching Song; 17. Vict'ry for Washington; 18. The Spirit of the Hill; 19. Holah, Holy Cross; 20. Fight Away; 21. The Service Boast; 22. How D'ye Do? Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 4: Star Sapphire March, 1952Add to your cart.
Composed by Walter Graham. Parts. Publisher: Pro Art Publications, New York, NY.
Item 5: Star-Spangled Banner, The, 1918Add to your cart.
Includes: Standardized version in Ab for band or orchestra, in Bb for concert band, and standardized version for concert band. Arranged by John Philip Sousa; harmonizeed by Walter Damrosch. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 6: Stars and Stripes Forever, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by John Philip Sousa. Parts. Publisher: The John Church Co.
Item 7: State Fair March, 1958Add to your cart.
Composed by Paul Yoder. Parts. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Park Ridge, IL.
Item 8: Starting the Band, 1951Add to your cart.
By Donald J. Pease. Parts. Publisher: Pro Art Publications, Westbury, L.I., NY.
Item 9: St. Clair Band Folio, Vol. 1, 1931Add to your cart.
Composed by Floyd J. St.Clair. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Alma Mater; 2. Morning Song; 3. Flying Colors; 4. Slippery Sambo; 5. Cadets on Parade; 6. Desert Flower; 7. East to West; 8. Golden Hours; 9. The Drummer Girl; 10. Drowsy Dell; 11. Gay Cavalier; 12. Polka Caprice; 13. On the Highway; 14. Twilight Chimes; 15. The Night Riders. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., Cleveland, OH.
Item 10: Step by Step, Vol. 1, 1935Add to your cart.
By E.C. Moore and C.C. Daniel. Parts. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc. New York, NY.
Item 11: Step by Step, Vol. 2, 1937Add to your cart.
By. E.C. Moore and C.C. Daniel. Parts. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 12: Step with Pep, 1951Add to your cart.
Arranged by Richard W. Heine. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Band of America March; 2. Frat; 3. Sabre and Spurs; 4. Lady of Spain; 5. The Golden Rule; 6. Cowboy Medley; 7. World Events; 8. Bless 'Em All; 9. King Cotton; 10. Square Dance Medley; 11. Semper Paratus; 12. Midnight in Paris; 13. The Black Horse Troop; 14. Homecoming Day Medley; 15. Wings of Victory. Publisher: Sam Fox Co., New York, NY.
Item 13: Stepping Along, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by Charles Carter. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Happy Wanderer; 2. Our United States; 3. La Rosita; 4. Neapolitan Nights; 5. Almost Like Being in Love; 6. Southern Medley; 7. The American Way; 8. Folk Song Medley; 9. Golden Jubilee; 10. George Washington Bicentennial March; 11. Gay Nineties Medley; 12. Nobles of the Mystic Shrine; 13. Salute to Victory; 14. School Songs; 15. Four Fanfares. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., New York, NY.
Item 14: Suitall Band Book, 1905Add to your cart.
Composed by George Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Rex Polka and Two Step; 2. Leader March and Two Step; 3. Uliket March and Two Step; 4. Inter State Overture; 5. Camerita Waltz; 6. Victor March and Two Step; 7. Coon Dudes Cake Walk; 8. Mysic Charm Waltz; 9. Leroy March and Two Step; 10. Suitall March and Two Step; 11.Wayup Galop; 12. Tryet March and Two Step; 13. Trade Mark March and Two Step; 14. June Roses Serenade; 15. Mazeppa Schottische; 16. Myrtle Waltz. Publisher: Geo. Southwell, Kansas City, MO.
Item 15: Supreme Triumph March Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Fred Jewell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Supreme Triumph; 2. Shrine of Liberty; 3. Iowa Brigade Band; 4. Pride and Glory; 5. Old Circus Band; 6. Trumpets of Victory; 7. Murat Temple Band; 8. Pageant of Progress; 9. Radio Waves; 10. Jacques de Molai; 11. The New Friendship March; 12. Legion of Honor; 13. Imperial Council; 14. On the Air; 15. Call of the Road; 16. March of the Prophets. Publisher: Fred Jewell MUsic Co., Worthingon, IN.
Item 16: Supremacy Band Book, 1935Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by Lester Brockton. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Fighting Team; 2. Steady Swing; 3. Major Stewart; 4. Oh Hiram!; 5. Fort Lee Sentinel; 6. Our Great Legion; 7. Gypsy Caravan; 8. Rufus on Parade; 9. Deepening Shadows; 10. La Loire; 11. Valse Moderne; 12. Lou'sanna Evenin' Song; 13. Two Themes That Beat as One; 14. Madeline; 15. Humoresque - Three Blind Mice; 16. Crystal Palace. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 17: Sweet Liberty, 1909Add to your cart.
Composed by H.C. Miller. Parts. Publisher: H.C. Miller, Parkesburg, PA.
Item 18: Sweet Sixteen March Folio, Vol. 1, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by J.J. Richards. Parts. Pieces include: 1. McGehee; 2. Port Conway; 3. Shadwell; 4. Kinderhook; 5. Westmoreland; 6. Berkeley; 7. Campus Queen; 8. Junior Senior Frolic; 9. Greenway; 10. Quincy; 11. Mecklenburg; 12. Hillsboro; 13. Summerhill; 14. Cove Gap; 15. Hardin; 16. Raleigh. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 19: Sweet SIxteen March Folio, Vol. 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by J.J. Richards. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Blue Devil Mounties; 2. The Twirlers; 3. Rainbow; 4. Bombshell; 5. Ballyhoo; 6. Hi-Stepper; 7. Happy Days; 8. Blue and White; 9. Central High; 10. Time Out; 11. Stadium Echoes; 12. Marjorettes; 13. Rocket; 14. Sportland; 15. Cavalier; 16. Johnny Trombone. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse Co, Inc., Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 20: Sweetest of All, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by B.G. McFall. Parts. Publisher; Star Music Co., Eldred, PA.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Item 1: Swing-A-Long, 1937Add to your cart.
Parade marches for band. Edited by N. Clifford Page. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Defend America; 2. The Ultimatum; 3. Salute to the Adjutant; 4. Conemaugh; 5. Staunch and True; 6. Soldiers of the Air; 7. Cadets on Parade; 8. First in Peace; 9. U.S. Battleship Virginia; 10. The Rock of the Marne; 11. With the Colors; 12. On the Way; 13. Under the Red Cross; 14. Overseas; 15. The National Cherry Festival; 16. The Governor's Footguard. Publisher: Oliver Ditson Co., Boston, MA.
Item 2: Swing Band Book, The, 1936Add to your cart.
Arranged by Paul Yoder. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Varsity Swing; 2. Liza Goes to Town; 3. Amateur Alec; 4. Rhythm Medley; 5. Hail Alma Mater; 6. College Medley; 7. My Heart at Thy Sweet Vooice; 8. Spanish Medley; 9. Listen to the Rhythm Band; 10. King Porter; 11. Cowboy Medley; 12. Carnival Capers; 13. Mighty Men; 14. Hill Country Medley; 15. Blow the Bugle; 16. The Cheer Leader. Publisher: Melrose Bros. Music Co., Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 3: Swing Band Book, The, Revised Edition, 1948Add to your cart.
Arranged by Paul Yoder. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Basin Street Blues; 2. After You've Gone; 3. Liza Goes to Town; 4. Varsity Swing; 5. Hail Alma Mater; 6. College Medley; 7. My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice; 8. Spanish Medley; 9. Listen to the Rhythm Band; 10. King Porter Stomp; 11. Cowboy Medley; 12. Carnival Capers; 13. Might Men; 14. Hill Country Medley; 15. Blow the Bugle; 16. The Cheer Leader. Publisher: Melrose Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 4: Swing Melodies, 1942Add to your cart.
Composed by H. Todd and S. Gennett. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Freckle Face; 2. Bugle Scout; 3. Hazy Rhythm; 4. Down Where the River Bends; 5. Strike Up the Corps; 6. Bugle Boy Jive; 7. Baritone Joe; 8. Twirling Maid; 9. Strut'n' Sam; 10. Wasting TIme; 11. Thumbing a Ride; 12. Bunny; 13. Jittering Jitter; 14. Willie-Nillie; 15. Bugle Corps Rag. Publisher: Carl FIscher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 5: Swing Time Band-ette Folio, 1954Add to your cart.
Arranged by Bill Lass. Parts. Pieces include: Frankie & Johnny Blues; 2. Firehouse Frolic; 3. Golden Slipper Jump; 4. Hiccup Hop; 5. Little Bop [sic] Peep; 6. Londonderry Love Song; 7. Haggie Maggie; 8. Siesta at the Fiesta; 9. Hey Rube!; 10. Susanna Shuffle; 11. Black Sheep Boodie; 12. Swanee Swing; 13. Chop-Chop Charlie; 14. Hill-William Waltz; 15. Three Swing Cheers; 16. Three Swing Fanfares. Publisher: Belwin, Inc., Rockville Centre, L.I., NY.
Item 6: Swing with 6 and 6 Band Book, 1954Add to your cart.
Arranged by Charles Hathaway. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Little Brown Jug; 2. Old Black Joe; 3. Carry Me Back to Old Virginny; 4. Camptown Races; 5. Comin' Round the Mountain; 6. Joshua Fit the Battle; 7. Roll Jordan Roll; 8. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot; 9. Zekiel Saw the Wheel; 10. Git on Board, Little Children; 11. Give Me That Old Time Religion; 12. Auld Lang Syne - Goodnight Ladies. Publisher: Southern Music Co., San Antonio, TX.
Item 7: Talbot March Book for Band, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composer: William M. Talbott. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Harmonia; 2. Mighty Monarch; 3. The Champion; 4. Fame and Fortune; 5. The Trouper; 6. Music Maker; 7. Reign of Rhythm; 8. Silver Spangles; 9. Melody Maid; 10. Pilgrims' Triumphal; 11. March Militaire; 12. Royal Romans; 13. Minstrel Man; 14. Three Rings; 15. Elizabeth; 16. Friendship. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 8: There Is a Tavern in the Town, 1934Add to your cart.
Composer: William H. Hills; arranged by George F. Briegel.  Edited and revised by Rudy Vallee. Parts. Publisher: Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York, NY.
Item 9: Third Semester Band Book, 1943Add to your cart.
Composed or arranged by Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Good Neighbors March; 2. American Patrol; 3. Favorite Strauss Waltzes; 4. Sharpshooters March; 5. Overture Classique; 6. Sons of Liberty; 7. Blue Horizon; 8. Guardian of the Free; 9. Tschaikowsky's Fifth Symphony; 10. Londonderry Air; 11. Tango Espagnole; 12. Puppet Ballet; 13. CHristmas Fantasy; 14. Four Chorales; 15. Send Out Thy Light; 16. Star Spangled Banner; 17. America; 18. America the Beautiful. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 10: Thirty Fanfares, 1944Add to your cart.
By Cliff Barnes. For three Bb trumpets. Pieces include: 1. The Kick-off; 2. On Duty; 3. The General; 4. Bullets and Bayonets; 5. The Commander; 6. Lieutenant Colonel; 7. The Major; 8. The Lieutenant; 9. Hail to the Chief; 10. the Aviator; 11. The Captain; 12. The Hero; 13. Victory Ahead; 14. On Guard; 15. The Signal Corps; 16. Boots and Saddles; 17. To the Marines; 18. The Admiral; 19. Grand Entry; 20. The President; 21. Guard Mount; 22. Shoulder Arms; 23. The Take Off; 24. In Riview; 25. Corporal Bill; 26. The Chase; 27. Attention; 28. Counter March; 29. Eyes Front; 30. The Huntsman. Publisher: Belwin , Inc., New York, NY.
Item 11: Time for Another Concert, 1955Add to your cart.
Composed by Forrest L. Buchtel. Parts. Pieces include: 1. On Your Mark; 2. Evening Clouds; 3. Garden of Dreams; 4. Crown Prince; 5. Friendship; 6. Ecstasy; 7. Take Your Turn; 8. The Musketeers; 9. Rough Riders; 10. Hickory, Dickory, Dock; 11. Blue Tail Fly; 12. Fame and Glory; 13. Princesita; 14. The Minstrel; 15. Showing Off; 16. Coronation. Publisher: Neil A. Kjos Msic Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 12: Time-Out Band Book, 1950Add to your cart.
Arrangements by C. Paul Herfurth. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Ten Thousand Men of Harvard; 2. Old B.U.; 3. Victory; 4. Sons of M.I.T.; 5. Bring Victory to Brown; 6. Cheering Song; 7. Vermont Victorious; 8. Higher, Higher, Let It Wave; 9. Up With Montana; 10. Fight Montana; 11. Once Again Our Team Will Win; 12. We'll Be Comin' to Our Goal Post Very Soon; 13. Oh, The Other Team, She Ain't What She Used to Be; 14. How D'Ye Do?; 15. For He's a Jolly Good Fellow; 16. Solomon Levi; 17.Brown and Blue; 18. Hail to Georgia; 19. Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech; 20. Southern California Klaxon Song; 21.I've Been Workin' On the Railroad; 22. Annie Lisle; 23. Songs of Amherst College; 24. Touchdown Parade; 25. Washington Post; 26. Semper Fidelis; 27. Band Cheers; 28. The Star Spangled Banner; 29. America. Publisher: The Boston Music Co., Boston, MA.
Item 13: Time Out Music Band Folio, 1950Add to your cart.
Composed by Charles Lee Hill, Ted Mesang, Doug Williamson, Maurice Stine. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Time Out; 2. Field Goal; 3. Smear "Em; 4. Original in Bb; 5. When You and I were Young, Maggie; 6. Kick Off; 7. Kentucky Home; 8. Auld Lang Syne; 9. Varsity; 10. Gang's All Here; 11. On the Ball; 12. First Down; 13. Loch Lomond; 14. The Tip-Off; 15. My Bonnie; 16. Pep Up; 17. After the Ball; 18. Regulars; 19. Original in Eb; 20. Fanfare N. 1; 21. Fanfare No. 2; 22. Fight, Fight, Fight; 23. We're Gonna Be Happy; 24. Oh Suzanna; 25. Swanee River; 26. Just Before the Battle, Mother; 27. Thunderer March; 28. Hail, Hail; 29. Beautiful Dreamer; 30. Good Night, Ladies; 31. El Gaucho; 32. Gallantry. Publisher: Southern Music Co., San Antonio, TX.
Item 14: Topnotcher, The, 1956Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Sturdy Men; 2. Our Colors; 3. The Open Road; 4. Terra Bella; 5. Lasting Fame; 6. The Major Brigade; 7. The Vanguard; 8. Pieces of Eight; 9. Forever True; 10. The Trumpeters; 11. Forever Onward; 12. Presidio; 13. Holiday; 14. Columbia's Cadets; 15. March of the Champions; 16. To the Standard Bearers. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 15: Tops Band Folio, Vol. 1, 1938Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Nation's Pride; 2. Hello Everybody; 3. Yankee Land; 4. Step Along; 5. Men of he Air; 6. Dress Parade; 7. Hi, Bill!; 8. Take It Away!; 9. Campus Revue; 10. Havana; 11. Pick the Winner; 12. All Set; 13. Tango Ritz; 14. Waltzing with Nell; 15. Modern Fanfares; 16. March Fanfares. Publisher: Sam Fox Publishing Co., New York, NY.
Item 16: Tribute to Sousa March, 1932Add to your cart.
Composed by: Edwin Franko Goldman. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, New York, NY.
Item 17: Trouper's Favorite Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by K.L. King. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Barnum and Bailey's Favorite; 2. The Defending Circle; 3. Seils-Floto Triumphal; 4. Forest City Commandery March; 5. Bon Voyage; 6. Gallant Zouaves; 7. The Huntress; 8. Sir Galahad; 9. The High Private; 10. Vanguard of Democracy; 11. Sarasota; 12. Ohio Division; 13. Kentucky Sunrise; 14. A Night in June; 15. Westlawn Dirge; 16. Abide with Me; 17. Majestic Galop. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 18: Tune Up and Play Band Book, 1952Add to your cart.
Arranged by Walter Beeler. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Singin' in the Rain; 2. Once in A While; 3. Wabash Blues; 4. Cae Cae; 5. Ramona; 6. I Don't Know Why; 7. Chattanooga Choo Choo; 8. My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua Hawaii; 9. All-American Girl; 10. THe Woman in the Shoe; 11. Coquette; 12. Seems Like Old Times; 13. Doodle Doo Doo; 14. Sol Tropical; 15. The DIxieland Band. Publisher: Miller Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 19: Two Fanfares, 1953Add to your cart.
Composed by Howard Ferguson. Parts. Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, London, England.
Item 20: Uncle Henry Fllmore's All Purpose Band Book, 1958Add to your cart.
By Howard E. Akers. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Military Escort; 2. His Honor; 3. The Footlifter; 4. Headway; 5. Noble Men; 6. Project; 7. The Klaxon; 8. Energy; 9. Orange Bowl; 10. Shoutin' Liza; 11. Men of Florida; 12. Have a Little Fun; 13. Men of Ohio; 14. Lassus Trombone; 15. Activity; 16. His Excellency; 17. Dona Do Dat; 18. North-South College All Stars; 19. Eels; 20. THe Man of the Hour; 21. Normal; 22. Aunt Hannah; 23. Festival; 23. Go--Go; 24. Americans We; 25. The Star-Spangled Banner. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 21: Uncle Sammy, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Abe Holzmann; arranged by W.H. Mackie. Parts. Publisher: Leo Feist, New York, NY.
Item 22: Unique Chorales for Band, 1957Add to your cart.
By Gerald R. Prescott. Parts. 1. from Stradella; 2. from 1812; 3. from The Force of Destiny; 4. from Euryanthe; 5. from Oberon; 6. Beauty Of Earth; 7. Londonderry Air; 8. from Romeo and Juliet; 9. Wake, Awake, For Night is Flying; 10. Prelude, Opus 28; 11. A Mighty Fortress is Our God; 12. from Der Freischutz; 13. from Mignon; 14. from The Great of Kiev; 15. Morning Prayer; 16. from The Bartered Bride; 17. from Ave Maria; 18. O Sacred Head, Now Wounded; 19. from Tannhauser; 20. from Iphigenia In Aulis; 21. Mighty Land, Wondrous Land; 22. from Finlandia; 23. from Zampa; 24. from The Royal Fireworks. Publisher: Schmitt Publications, Inc., Minneapolis, MN.
Item 23: Up Front Band Book, 1939Add to your cart.
By Ed Chenette. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Orange Blossoms; 2. Valse Bleue; 3. Men of the Republic; 4. My Bonnie; 5. Blue Bells of Scotland; 6. Soldiers' Chorus; 7. Palms of Florida; 8. America; 9. Hail to Oklahoma; 10. Blue Danube Waltzes; 11. Florida on Parade; 12. Lullaby; 13. Schubert's Serenade; 14. Love's Old Sweet Song; 15. Miserere; 16. The Yankee Toreador. Publisher: Jenkins Music Co., Kansas City, MO.
Box 25Add to your cart.
Item 1: UTD Band Book, 1897Add to your cart.
Composed by L.P. Laurendeau. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Debut March; 2. Carolus March; 3. Red Lips Waltz; 4. Cannonade March; 5. Lightly Tripping Polka; 6. Budding Flowers (Andante and Waltz); 7. Sauch Lou Schottische; 8. Neptune March; 9. The Brook (Andante and Waltz); 10. The Commodore March; 11. Caramba March; 12. Fly Away Galop 13. Viva March; 14. Serenade, "The Troubadour"; 15. Massa's Birthday (Polka Comique); 16. Don Juan Mrch; 17. Angelia Waltz; 18. Serenade, "Starlit Night"; 19. The Colored Dude (Coon March); 20. The Hit March; 21. Paradox (Andante and Galop); 22. Pretty Pauline (Song and Dance Schottische); 23. Grand March, "Majesty"; 24. Overture, "The Bouquet." Pubisher; The John Church Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 2: Utility Band Book No. 2, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by K.L. King. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Discriminator; 2. Mercury; 3. Niagara Maid; 4. Alcazar; 5. The Troubador; 6. Knight Errant; 7. Wyoming Days; 8. Georgia Girl; 9. Solitude; 10. Eventide; 11. Nightfall; 12. Royal Palm; 13. Don Ceazar; 14. The Baronet; 15. Wood-Nymphs; 16. Pride of Arizona. Publisher: C.L. Barnhouse, Oskaloosa, IA.
Item 3: Vander Cook Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by H.A. Vandercook. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Achievement; 2. The Exploiter; 3. The Invader; 4. Chivalry; 5. Loyalty; 6. Fealty; 7. Allegiance; 8. Harmonious; 9. Vigilant; 10. The Master; 11. The Adept; 12. Diligence; 13. Valiant; 14. The Expert; 15. Attainment; 16. Supremacy. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 4: Veribest Band Book for Young Bands, The, 1906Add to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Romola March ; 2. Military March; 3. Petronel March; 4. The Jolly Soldier Boy; 5. Foncasta March; 6.The Drummer's Pride; 7. Orlando March; 8. Sunshine Waltz; 9. Ersilia Waltz; 10. Little Primrose Waltz; 11. Fairview; 12. Lovely as a Rose Schottische; 13. Dorothy Schottische; 14. The Zephyr Polka; 15. Kathinka Mazurka; 16. Glorial Overture; 17. Mayflower Gavotte; 18.Little Pearl; 19. Golden Beams; 20. Corsonian Polka; 21. Golden Gates Dirge; 22. Our Companions; 23. Familiar Airs: See the Conquering Hero Comes, Rule Britannia, Auld Lang Syne; 24. Fairy Flash Galop. Publisher: The John Church Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 5: Verifirst Band Book for Beginners, The, 1907Add to your cart.
By Walter Lewis. Instructional material and exercises, with familiar melodies included throughout. Parts. Familiar melodies include: 1. Nearer, my God, to Thee; 2. America; 3. Old Hundred; 4. Greenville; 5. Pleyel's Hymn; 6. Dennis; 7. Auld Lang Syne; 8. Cracoviene Galop; 9. Fashion March; 10. Soldiers of the Starry Flag March; 11. Bucher Waltz; 12. By the Shady Summer Brook; 13. Ladies' Polka; 14. Picnic Grand March; 15. Scotch Medley March; 16. Fancy Schottische; 17. Bluebell and Violet Waltz; 18.  Moonlight Serenade; 19. Wendover March; 20. Echo March; 21. Cameron Overture; 22.Dress Parade March. Publisher: The John Church Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 6: Victor Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Charles Southwell. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Rockwood March; 2. Camillia; 3. Roanoka March; 4. The Sentinel; 5. Trumpet March; 6. Edwinna Waltz; 7. Hillcrest March; 8. Winnwood Schottische; 9. Waltz Adelina; 10. Crown Point March; 11. Golden Dreams; 12. Reception March; 13. VIctor March; 14. Billmay March; 15. Marianne; 16. Overture Woodbine. Publisher: George Southwell Publishing Co., Kansas City, MO.
Item 7: Victory Band Book, 1943Add to your cart.
Arranged by Paul Yoder. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Comin' in on a Wing and a Prayer; 2. Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree; 3. Anchors Aweigh; 4. The Song of he Seabees; 5. I Hear America Singing; 6. My Own America; 7. The Star Spangled Banner (Key of Ab); 8. The American Hymn; 9. Battle Hymn of the Republic; 10. The Battle-Cry of Freedom; 11. When Johnny Comes Marching Home; 12. When You Wore a Tulip; 13. Ja-Da; 14. Good Morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip! 15. L'il Liza Jane; 16. Where Do We Go From Here?; 17. The Marine's Hymn; 18. American Patrol; 19. Navy Wings. Publisher: Robbins Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 8: Victory Band Book, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. The War Correspondent; 2. Fellowship March; 3. The Red Cross; 4. Circusdom March; 5. Prize of Victory March; 6. Our Nominee; 7. Admiral Stosch March; 8. Smart Set March; 9. The Official U.S. American Guard March; 10.Queen of the Surf; 11. For Liberty; 12. Silver Trumpets; 13. Master-at-Arms March; 14. Swastika March; 15. Westmount Cadets March; 16. Freedom of the Seas March. Publisher: The John Church Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 9: Volkwein's Collegiate Band Folio, undatedAdd to your cart.
Parts. Pieces include: 1. Hail to Pitt; 2. On to Victory; 3. The Victory Song; 4. Aggie War Hymn; 5. Eyes of Texas; 6. March of the Golden Sandies; 7. Butler Field; 8. Brown Cheering Song; 9. Georgia Tech; 10. Trojan Marching Song; 11. The Senior; 12. P.S.M.A.; 13. The Pep Squad Parade; 14. Campus Capers; 15. The Freshman; 16. America: My Country, 'Tis of Thee; The Star Spangled Banner. Publisher: Volkwein Brothers, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA.
Item 10: Volkwein's DeLuca Band Book, Vol. 1, 1932Add to your cart.
By Joseph DeLuca. Parts. Pieces include: 1. We First; 2. The Apache's Trail; 3. Musical Gossips; 4. Anozira; 5. Bambolina; 6. Come On Boys; 7. Carmencita; 8. Heyday; 9. Student Spirit; 10. Dreams of Youth; 11. Attempt; 12. A Surprise; 13. Bravo!; 14. Gallant Youth; 15. Kick and Fight. Publisher: Volkwein Brothers, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA.
Box 26Add to your cart.
Item 1: Warming-Up Exercises for School Bands, 1931Add to your cart.
By E.C. Moore. Parts. Publisher: Carl Fischer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 2: Wearing of the Gray, 1936Add to your cart.
Seventh Regiment March. Music by M. Welker; lyrics by Fred P. Todd. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 3: Webber's Band Fundamentals, 1930Add to your cart.
By Carl Webber. Parts. Publisher: Edwin H. Morris & Co., New York, NY.
Item 4: When My Baby Smiles at Me, 1920Add to your cart.
Composed by Bill Munro. Arranged by William Schulz. Parts. Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., New York, NY.
Item 5: Whispered Thought, A, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Charles L. Johnson. Publisher: Jerome H. Remick & Co., Detroit, MI.
Item 6: Will Huff Band Book, 1913Add to your cart.
Composed and arranged by Will Huff. Parts. Pieces include: 1. The Matinee; 2. The Hippodrome; 3. Fort Royal; 4. The Zouaves; 5. Ironclad; 6.Fort Gay; 7. The Royal Pageant; 8. Our Favorite Rag; 9. Eyes of Brown; 10. Mazzini; 11. Margaret Waltz; 12. Golden Rod; 13. The Troubador; 14. Stilly Night; 15. Moonbeams; 16. Magneta. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.
Item 7: With Trumpet and Drum, 1932Add to your cart.
Composer: Carl Dillon. Parts. Pieces include 1. The Bugle Corps; 2. The Doughboy; 3. The Legionnaire; 4. Drill, Ye Tarriers, Drill; 5. 40 and 8; 6. Buglers on Parade; 7. Our Buddies; 8. One More River To Cross; 9. Down the Street; 10. Sweethearts and Wives; 11. The Rivals; 12. Old Timers; 13. V.F.W.; 14. The Field Musicians; 15. With Trumpet and Drum; 16. Step Along; 17. Bugle Capers; 18. Dialogue; 19. The Trooper; 20. COmrades in Arms; 21. On Parade 22. The Winner; 23. Happy-Go-Lucky; 24. The Jolly Marine; 25. Our Delegates; 26. Northland; 27. The Mounted Patrol; 28. Showing Off; 29. On the Field; 30. Commanding General; 31. he Runner; 32. The Air Corps; 33. Taps; 34. 2nd F.A. Brigade; 35. Clarion; 36. Col. D.K. Major, Jr.; 37. 2nd F.A. Brigade; 38. The Trumpeter; 39. New Field Artillery; 40. Amaroe Post, V.F.W. Publisher: Carl Dillon Music Co., St. Paul, MN.
Item 8: Whip, The, 1938Add to your cart.
Composed by Abe Holtzmann; arranged by Charles Benter. Parts. Publisher: Remick Music Corp., New York, NY.
Item 9: White's Band Scales, Chorals and National Melodies, ca. 1880sAdd to your cart.
Adapted by Edward Beyer. Parts. National melodies include: 1. America; 2. he Marseilles Hymn; 3. Star Spangled Banner; 4. Hail Columbia; 5. Hail to the Chief; 6. Old Hundred; 7. Auld Lang Syne; 8. Home Sweet Home; 9. Yankee Doodle; 10. Dixie; 11. Marching Thro' Georgia; 12. Maryland, My Maryland; 13. Red, White and Blue; 14. Our Flag is There; 15. See the Conquering Hero Comes; 16. The Girl I Left Behind Me. Publisher: Carl Fischer, New York, NY.
Item 10: World Cruise Band Book, 1962Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by Russell Ward. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Sailing, Sailing; 2. Blow the Man Down; 3. Pomp and Circumstance; 4. John Peel; 5. Wearing of the Green; 6. Irish Washerwoman; 7. The Blue Bells of Scotland; 8. The Campbells are Coming; 9. Mademoiselle from Armentiers; 10. Can-Can; 11. Swiss Hiking Song; 12. Ach Du Lieber Augustin; 13. Schnitzelbank; 14. Dark Eyes; 15. Hungarian Dance; 16. Blue Danube; 17. Charlie Was a Boxer; 18. In the Hall of the Mountain King; 19. Finlandia; 20. Come Back to Sorrento; 21. Tarantella Napoletana; 22. Turkish March; 23. Orientale; 24. Toreador Song; 25. Hava Nagila; 26. Aloha Oe; 27. La Cumparsita; 28. La Cucaracha; 29. Mexican Hat Dance; 30. Goin' Home; 31. America, the Beautiful. Publisher: Theodore Presser Co., Bryn Mawr. PA.
Item 11: Wurlitzer Dance Band Book, 1909Add to your cart.
Composed by George D. Barnard. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Bonanza; 2. Green Valley March; 3. Southern Girl; 4. Zelina March; 5. True Blue March; 6. Talcoda March; 7. Premium March; 8. The Wind Up; 9. Mira Polka; 10. Flower of Beauty; 11. Mondela Waltz; 12. Creolin Waltz; 13. Campona Waltz; 14. Arian Waltz; 15. Winnora Waltz; 16. Chris and Lena March; 17. Elmwood Quadrille; 18. Rosebud S&D Schottische; 19. Woodland Rose Schottische; 20. Valma York; 21. Maplewood Varsovienne; 22. Nacokas. Publisher: Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 12: Wurlitzer Progressive Band Book, 1904Add to your cart.
By James M. Fulton. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Encouragement March; 2. Alberta Waltz; 3. Advancement March; 4. Ivera Waltz; 5. Eureka March; 6. Adelaide Waltz; 7. Algonquin March; 8.Marion Quadrille; 9. In a Minute Galop; 10. Tonawanda March; 11. Coon Capers March; 12. Red Clover March; 13. Fine and Dandy; 14. Japonica Polka; 15. Kyringia Mazurka; 16. San Saba Spanish Waltz; 17. Monticello March; 18. Golden Rod March; 19. Eldorado March; 20. Granite State March; 21. Arona Waltz; 22. Nevada Overture; 23. Ambrosia Waltz; 24. Crescent City March; 25. Our Heroes Dirge. Publisher: Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 13: Wurlitzer Operatic Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Compiled by George D. Barnard. Parts. Pieces include: 1. March from Boccaccio; 2. Selection from Bells of Corneville No. 1; 3. Selection from Bells of Corneville No. 2; 4. Selection from Bohemian Girl No.1; 5. Selection from Bohemian Girl No. 2; 6. Selecion from Faust No. 1; 7. Selection from Faust No. 2; 8. Selection from Martha; 9. Selection from Norma; 10. Selection from Stradella; 11. Selection from Cavalleria Rusticana; 12. Selection from Rigoletto; 13. Selection from Tannhauser; 14. Selection from Fra Diavolo; 15. Selection from Merry War; 16. Selection from Beggar Student; 17. Selection from William Tell; 18. Selection from Il Trovatore; 19. Selection from Carmen; 20. Selection from Mkado; 21. Selection from Amorita; 22. Selection from Erminie; 23. Sextette from Lucia; 24. Schubert's Serenade. Publisher: Rudolph Wurlitzer Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 14: York's American Band Book, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed and arranged by Ellis Brooks. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Comedy Club; 2. Recreation March; 3. The Chaperon; 4. Hello Bill; 5. Lobster Club; 6. Queen of the Ball; 7. Ruby Waltz; 8. Sweet Thought; 9. Hail Columbia; 10. The Red White and Blue; 11. Yankee Doodle; 12. America; 13. Marching Through Georgia; 14. Glory Glory Hallelujah; 15. Dixie Land; 16. Maryland My Maryland; 17. Hail to the Chief; 18. The Watch on the Rhine; 19. Auld Lang Syne; 20. Nearer My God to Thee; 21. Pleyel's Hymn; 22. Old Hundred; 23. Home Sweet Home; 24. Always Gay; 25. Bud and Blossom. Publisher: J.W. York & Sons, Grand Rapids, MI.
Item 15: Yule Time Band-ette Folio, 1954Add to your cart.
By Bill Laas. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Nativity Overture; 2. Toys and Tinsel Overture; 3. Christmas Parade March; 4. O Holy Night; 5. Christopher the Christmas Tree; 6. First Noel; 7. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear; 8. Silent Nght; 9. O Little Town of Bethlehem; 10. Away in the Manger; 11. O Come All Ye Faithful; 12. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; 13. Joy to the World; 14. Jingle Bells; 15. Auld Lang Syne. Publisher: Belwin, Inc., Rockville Centre, L.I., NY.
Item 16: Zephyr Band Book, 1937Add to your cart.
Compiled and arranged by George H. Sanders. Parts. Pieces include: 1. Kingdom Comin'; 2. It Ain't Gonna Rain; 3. De Camptown Races; 4. Red River Valley; 5. Big Rock Candy Mountain; 6. Through the Line!; 7. Mein Hut; 8. Herr Schmitt; 9. Hal-lie Hal-lo; 10. Jolly Fellows; 11. Comrades; 12. Love's Old Sweet Song; 13. Silver Threads Among the Gold; 14. Hail to the Chief; 15. Rule Britannia; 16. Blue Danube Waltz; 17. How Dy'e Do? & Pop Goes the Weasel; 18. Where Did You Get That Hat?; 19. Frankie and Johnny; 20. Go Down Moses; 21. Somebody's Knocking at My Door; 22. Heav'n; 23. Estrellita; 24. Dream Tango; 25. America, the Beautiful; 26. With the Marines; 27. Petite Tonkinoise; 28. While Strolling Through the Park; 29. Tell Me Pretty Maiden; 30. Second Connecticut Regiment. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 17: Army and Navy March, 1933Add to your cart.
Arranged by J.F. Maddy. Parts. Publisher: The Willis Music Co., Cincinnati, OH.
Item 18: Canada On the March, 1955Add to your cart.
Composer: C.H. Jager. Parts. Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, London, England.
Item 19: Chaser, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by: Burte C. Ruby. Parts. Publisher: Albright Music Co., Chicago, IL.
Item 20: Christian March, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Joseph Clauder. Parts. Publisher: NA.
Item 21: Come On-A My House, 1951Add to your cart.
Composed by Ross Bagdasarian and William Saroyan. Parts. Publisher: Hal Leonard Musc, Inc., Winona, MN.
Item 22: Conductor Scores, 1980Add to your cart.
Parts: Conductor scores. Separate scores include: Bella Bocca; Big-Beat Dixieland Concerto; BIg Rock Candy Mountain; Blue Tango; Brookshire Suite; Danza Espagnola; The Enchanted Island; Excalibur; Going A-Round Together; Grecian Dance of the Sea; Let's All Sing for Christmas; Lyric Interlude;March of the Minutemen;  Mexicana; Nun Danket; Playing the Palace; Quiet Time; Rodeo; Sleigh Ride; Surprise!; Swing Your Partner; The Syncopated Clock; Trumpet by Candlelight. Publisher: Belwin/Mills Publishing Corp., Melville, NY.
Item 23: Cotton Blossoms, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Milton H. Hall. Parts. Publisher: John Church Co.
Item 24: Cuckoo March, 1933Add to your cart.
Composed by Edwin Franko Goldman. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, New York, NY.
Item 25: Daughters of Texas, 1930Add to your cart.
Composed by John Philip Sousa. Parts. Publisher: Theodore Presser Co.
Item 26: Dear Old Nebraska U., 1935Add to your cart.
Composed by Harry Pecha; arranged by Harry L. Alford. Parts. Publisher: Melrose Brothers Music Co., Inc., Chicago, IL.
Item 27: Emblem of Victory, 1936Add to your cart.
Composed by Vernon Leftwich and Frank Godwin. Parts. Publisher: Music Products Corp., Chicago, IL.
Item 28: Ernest Williams Band School March, The, 1932Add to your cart.
Composed by Mayhew Lake. Parts. Publisher: Ernest Williams School of Music., Brooklyn, NY.
Item 29: Estrellita & Dream Tango, 1937Add to your cart.
Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY..
Item 30: Excelsior March, 1935Add to your cart.
Composed by Edwin Franko Goldman. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, New York, NY.
Item 31: Friend of Mine Told a Friend of Mine, A, 1907Add to your cart.
Composed by Kendis Paley, arranged by William M. Redfield. parts. Publisher: Cooper, Kendis & Paley Music Publishing Co.
Item 32: Glory and Honor, 1936Add to your cart.
Composed by M. Welker. Parts. Publisher: G. Schirmer, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 33: Go Down Moses; Somebody's Knocking at My Door; Heav'n, 1937Add to your cart.
Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 34: Grand Selection "Lucia", 1880Add to your cart.
Composed by Donizetti. Parts. Publisher: J.W. Pepper.
Item 35: Hail to the Chief; Rule Britannia, 1937Add to your cart.
Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 36: Hamilton, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by George M. Wood. Parts.
Item 37: How D'ye Do; Pop Goes the Weasel; Where Did You Get That Hat?; Frankie and Johnny, 1937Add to your cart.
Arranged by George H. Sanders. Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 38: I Want a Girl, 1960Add to your cart.
Music by Harry Von Tilzer; lyrics by William Dillon. Parts. Publisher: Harry Von Tilzer Music Publishing Co., New York, NY.
Item 39: Jolly Fellows; Comrades, 1937Add to your cart.
Composed by R. Vollstedt; arranged by George H. Sanders. Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, New York, NY.
Item 40: Knute Rockne of Notre Dame, 1938Add to your cart.
Composed by Tom Lysaght. Parts. Publisher: Thornton W. Allen Co., New York, NY.
Item 41: Love's Old Sweet Song; Silver Threads Among the Gold, 1937Add to your cart.
Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 42: Mein Hut; Herr Schmitt; Hal-lie Hal-lo, 1937Add to your cart.
Arranged by George H. Sanders. Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 43: Melancholy Me, 1954Add to your cart.
Composed by Joe Thomas and Howard Biggs. Parts. Publisher: Sheldon Music, Inc., New York, NY.
Box 27Add to your cart.
Item 1: Middy, The, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Kenneth J. Alford. Parts. Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, London, England.
Item 2: Mother Pin a Rose on Me; Dreaming Love of You, undatedAdd to your cart.
Arranged by Tom Clark. Parts. Publisher: Charles K. Harris, New York, NY.
Item 3: National Anthems of Various Nations, 1943Add to your cart.
Parts. Publisher: Irving Berlin, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 4: Petite Tonkinoise; While Strolling Through the Park, 1937Add to your cart.
Composed by V. Scotto. Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Item 5: Red River Valley; Big Rock Candy Mountain, 1937Add to your cart.
Arranged by George H. Sanders. Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc. New York, NY.
Item 6: Shrine of Liberty, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by Fred Jewell. Parts. Publisher: Fred Jewell, Worthington, IN.
Item 7: Silver Threads Among the Gold, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by H.P. Danks. Parts. Publisher: Hamilton S. Gordon, New York, NY.
Item 8: Slipperinis, undatedAdd to your cart.
Composed by B.G. McFall. Parts. Publisher: Star Music Co., Eldred, PA.
Item 9: Tell Me Pretty Maiden, 1937Add to your cart.
Composed by Leslie Stuart; arranged by George H. Sanders. Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, New York, NY.
Item 10: Through the Line!, 1937Add to your cart.
Composed by Rosario Bourdon; arranged by George H. Sanders. Parts. Publisher: Emil Ascher, Inc., New York, NY.
Box 28Add to your cart.
Item 1: Big Six Band Book, The, 1935Add to your cart.

Oversize item. Folk songs arranged for six piece combinations. By Leon V. Metcalf. Conductor score (Book 18). Pieces include: Pieces include: 1. Czech Holiday; 2. Childrens Songs; 3. Russian Revels; 4. Good Night Ladies; 5. Scandinavia; 6. Big Six; 7. Magyar Nepdal; 8. The Animal Fair; 9. solomon Levi; 10. Cuckoo Nest; 11. Little Susie; 12. My Banjo; 13. German Waltzes; 14. Polish Dances; 15. Spanish Guitar; 16. Tiritomba. Publisher: Fillmore Music House, Cincinnati, OH.

Note: Octavo parts for instruments may be found in Box 6, Item 5.

Item 2: Christmas Band Book, The, 1951Add to your cart.

Oversize item. Arrangements by Clair W. Johnson and Harold L. Walters. Conductor's score. Pieces include: 1. O Holy Night; 2. Christmas Greetings; 3. The First Noel; 4. We Three Kings of Orient Are; 5. March of the Three Kings; 6. The Story of Christmas; 7. Adeste Fideles; 8. Christmas Reverence; 9. Jingle Bells Rhapsody; 10. Noel, Noel, Noel; 11. Yuletude at Yorkshire; 12. The Messiah; 13. March of the Little Tin Soldiers; 14. Two Christmas Classics: I. Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming & II. Adoramus Te. Publisher: Rubank, Inc., Chicago, IL.

Note: Octavo parts for instruments may be found in Box 8, Item 12.

Item 3: Frank Erickson Band Book, 1960Add to your cart.

Oversize item. Selected and arranged by Frank Erickson. Conductor's score. Pieces include: 1. Day Dreams; 2. Scottish March; 3. Two Famous Chorales: I. St. Anthony Chorale & II. Austrian Hymn; 4. This Old Man; 5. Ship Ahoy; 6. The Ash Grove; 7. The Marching Clock; 8. Folk Song Medley; 9. Two Symphonic Themes; 10. Glow Worm; 11. Gay 90's; 12. Spiritual Medley; 13. Tomahawk; 14. Two Popular Melodies; 15. Christmas March. Publisher: Belwin, Rockville Cente, L.I., NY

Note:Octavo parts for instruments may be found in Box 10, Item 6.

Series 3: Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books, 1888-1969Add to your cart.
Consists of sheet music and method books for the mandolin published between 1888 and 1969. Arranged into two separate subseries for sheet music and method books. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Sub-Series 1: Sheet MusicAdd to your cart.
Consists of mandolin solo pieces, arrangements for orchestra and ensemble, and folios. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the individual piece or folio. Pieces within folios are listed. Untitled materials have been arranged at the beginning.
Box 29Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Up-to-Date Collections for Orchestra - Amore!, 1895-1920Add to your cart.

Up-to-Date Collections for Orchestra. Pieces include: R. Gruenwald, "Bubbles" (Humoresque); Otto Langey, "The Gipsy Caravan" (Decriptive March); John Urich, "Bamboula" (Negro Dance of Trinidad); G. D. Wilson, "Moonlight on the Hudson" (Morceau de Salon); T. H. Rollinson, "The Whirling Desvishes" (A Desert Episode); E. Cazaneuve, "In the Seraglio"; M. Glinka, "Russian Dance"; R. Gruenwald, "Nekayah" (Entr' Acte); T. H. Rollinson, "Fantasia on "O Du Lieber Augustin""; Franz von Blon, "In Cairo" (Oriental Patrol); C. W. Bennet, "March of the Nubians" (Characteristic); Rudolf Wagner, "Parade of the Manikins"; G. C. Santisteban, "Cuba" (Habanera).

Pablo de Sarasate, "Les Adieux" (Melodie); Jose Alvarado, "Adore and Be Still"; P. Mario Costa, " 'A Frangesa March"; George L. Cobb, "After-Glow" (A Tone Picture); R. E. Hildreth, "Frog Frolics"; Neil Moret, "After Vespers" (A Twilight Meditation).

Samuel Siegel's Classical Collection for Mandolin and Paino. Pieces include: Carl Bohm, "Air Melodieux" (Morceau Facile); Felix Mendelssohn, "Song Without Words"; J. Raff, "Cavatina"; M. Hauser, "Cradle Song" (Wiegenlied); M. Hauser, "Dorflied"; Richard Schumann, "Abendlied"; Leybach, "Fifth Nocturne"; Pietro Mascagni, "Intermezzo sinfonica from Cavalleria Rusticana"; Carl Maria von Weber, "Invitation to the Dance"; Gabriel-Marie, "La Cinquantaine"; Charles Goudon, "March Romaine"; F. David, "Scherzo"; Gabriel Pierne, "Serenade"; Franz Ries, "Slumber Song"; Felix Mendelssohn, "Andante Religioso (From Organ Sonata No. 4, Op. 65)"; Franz Schubert, "Serenade"; Francis Thome, "Simple Aveu" (Romance Sans Paroles); Carl Bohm, "Serenade"; Richard Wagner, "Oh! Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star"; Richard Schumann, "Traumerei" (Reverie).

Charles Miller, "Ali Baba Overture"; Ascher, "Alice, Where Art Thou?"; Charles Brunover, "All the Rage" (March & One Step); C. L. Gregory, "Alumni March"; E. Krones, "America First: Last and All the Time" (National March); Charles Brunover, "The American Club" (March); William Layton, "American Lady Waltzes"; E. Becucci, "Amore!" (Love Waltz).

Folder 2: Andante Religioso - Ave Maria, 1896-1921Add to your cart.
F. Thome, "Andante Religioso"; Luigi Manazza, "Anemone" (Valzer); G. Braga, "Angel's Serenade"; G. Braga, "Angel's Serenade"; Warren N. Dean, "Appreciation Waltz"; John H. Densmore, "Arabella" (Fox Trot); J. Massenet, "Aragonaise (from J. Massenet's Ballet: "Le Cid")"; William H. Potstock, "Around the Maypole" and "Little Robin Redbreast"; Carl Sontag, "Ascot Waltz"; Franz Schubert, "Ave Maria".
Folder 3: Selection from "Babes in Toyland" - The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 2, 1897-1919Add to your cart.

Victor Herbert, "Selection from "Babes in Toyland""; L. Arditi, "Il Bacio Waltz (The Kiss)"; George Barker, "The Banjo King"; Pyotr Tchaikovsky, "Barcarolle: June from "The Seasons""; Ned West, "Barn Dance: The Bunnies' Gambol"; B. S. Carnes, "Beaumarie" (Caprice-Gavotte); F. E. Bigelow, "The Battle Song of Liberty"; Walter Rolfe, "Revel of the Roses" (Waltz).

The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Harry von Tilzer, "A Bird in a Guilded Cage"; Harry von Tilzer, "Where the Sweet Magnolias Bloom"; Harry von Tilzer, "When the Harvest Days are Over", Harry von Tilzer, "My Jersey Lilly"; Harry von Tilzer, "Her Name is Rose"; Harry von Tilzer, "I'd Leave Ma Happy Home For You"; Harry von Tilzer, "When Wealth and Poverty Meet"; Geo. A. Nichols, "I Love You Honey Love You Deed I Do"; Harry von Tilzer, "I Aint a Goin to Weep No More"; Harry von Tilzer, "After All"; Harry von Tilzer, "Marching to the Music of the Band"; Harry von Tilzer, "Oh! Oh! Miss Phoebe"; Harry von Tilzer, "Ive Got a Gal for Every Day in the Week"; Harry von Tilzer, "The Sentinel Asleep"; Harry von Tilzer, "I Wouldnt Leave My Home If I Were You"; Nathan Bivinis, "You Can't Fool Me No More"; Jean Schwartz, "Dusky Dudes" (Cake Walk); Jean Schwartz, "Across the Continent"; Charles Hoffman, "Ben Hur Waltzes"; Robert Cone, "Sporting Life" (March & Two Step); Al. von Tilzer, "The Absent Minded Beggar" (Waltzes); Furth and Schwartz,"Sapho Gavotte"; Miller and Smith, "The Turtle Waltzes".

The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 2.Guitar Accompaniment. Pieces include: Harry von Tilzer, "Down Where the Cotton Blossoms Grow"; Harry von Tilzer, "The Spider and the Fly", Horwitz and Bowers, "When I Think of You"; Harry von Tilzer, "My Lady Hottentot"; Horwitz and Bowers, "Sorrow"; Harry von Tilzer, "I Want to be the Leadin' Lady"; Geo. A. Nichols, "My Drowsy Babe"; Harry von Tilzer, "Susie"; Harry von Tilzer, "When the Band Begins to Play"; Harry von Tilzer, "Mamma Number Two"; Maude Nugent, "My Sweet Kimona"; Horwitz and Bowers, "Just as You're Growing Old"; Williams and Walker, "She's Getting Mo' Like the White Folks Every Day"; Horwitz and Bowers, "I needs You Very Badly Liza Jane"; Geo. A. Spink, "Balmoral"; Harry von Tilzer, "My Whip-poor-will"; Theodore F. Morse, "Hypnotizing Lize"; Will Accooe, "My Samoan Beauty"; Harry von Tilzer, "First Comes Your Duty to the Flag"; Harry von Tilzer, "Oh! Malinda"; Harry von Tilzer, "W'hoa Bill" (A Country Characteristic); Frederick V. Bowers, "Quo Vadis Waltzes"; Harry L. Newman, "Under Two Flags" (March and Two Step); Jean Schwartz, "San Anita" (Mexiacan Waltzes); Bernhard Stern, "Aunt Phoebe's Jubilee".

Folder 4: The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 2 - The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 5., 1901-1903Add to your cart.

The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 2. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Harry von Tilzer, "Down Where the Cotton Blossoms Grow"; Harry von Tilzer, "The Spider and the Fly"; Horwitz and Bowers, "When I Think of You"; Harry von Tilzer, "My Lady Hottentot"; Horwitz and Bowers, "Sorrow"; Harry von Tilzer, "I Wants to be the Leadin' Lady"; Geo. A. Nichols, "My Drowsy Babe"; Harry von Tilzer, "Susie"; Harry von Tilzer, "When the Band Begins to Play"; Harry von Tilzer, "Mama Number Two"; Naude Nugent, "My Sweet Kimona"; Horwitz and Bowers, "Just as You're Growing Old"; Williams and Walker, "She's Getting Mo' Like the White Folks Every Day"; Horwitz and Bowers, "I needs You Very Badly, Liza Jane"; Geo. A. Spink, "Balmoral"; Harry von Tilzer, "My Whip-poor-will"; Theodore F. Morse, "Hypnotizing Lize"; Will Accooe, "My Samoan Beauty"; Harry von Tilzer, "First Comes Your Duty to the Flag"; Harry von Tilzer, "Oh! Malinda"; Harry von Tilzer, "W'hoa Bill" (A Country Characteristic); Frederick V. Bowers, "Quo Vadis Waltzes"; Harry L. Newman, "Under Two Flags"; Jean Schwartz, "San Anita Waltzes"; Bernhard Stern, "Aunt Phoebe's Jubilee".

The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 3. Second Mandolin. Pieces include: James T. Brymn, "Josephine, My Jo"; Jean Schwartz, "Rip Van Winkle Was a Lucky Man"; Harry von Tilzer, "Jennie Lee"; Jean Schwartz, "I'm Tired"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Mister Dooley"; Stanley Crawford, "I'll Wed You in the Golden Summer-time"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Back to the Woods"; Horwitz and Bowers, "Remembrance"; Harry von Tilzer, "Oh, What a Lovely Dream"; Leo. Edwards, "The Message of the Rose"; Jean Schwartz, "My Gypsy Queen"; George Hamilton, "When the Sun Goes Down"; Sterling and Hein, "There's Music in the Air"; Jesse M. Sanford, "The Ping-Pong Girl"; Maude Nugent, "Down At Rosie Riley's Flat"; Mc Pherson and Brymn, "By Wireless Telephone"; Mc Pherson and Brymn, "Those Tantalizing Eyes"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Dreamy Lou"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Just Kiss Yourself Good-bye"; Stanley Crawford, "I Wants to be the Villain in the Show"; Jean Schwartz, "Loop the Loop" (Cake Walk); Monroe H. Rosenfeld, "The Tin-Pan Bridge"; Theodore F. Morse, "On the Mississippi" (A Descriptive Dance); Charles J. Gebest, "Carnival Chimes" (Ballet Characteristique); Theodore F. Morse, "The Jolly Japanese" (Dance Characteristic).

The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 4. Solo Mandolin and 2nd Mandolin. Pieces include: Jerome and Schwartz, "The Gambling Man"; Stanley Crawford, "Only a Dream of the Golden Past"; Jerome and Schwartz, "I'm Unlucky"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Susie Anna"; Stanley Crawford, "Show the White of Yo' Eye"; Max Hoffmann, "Ching a Ling a Loo"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Julie"; Jean Schwartz, "O' O' O' Brien"; Egbert Vanalstyne, "We've Got to Move To-Day"; Smith and Bowman, "In the Jungle, I'm a Queen"; Max Hoffmann, "Up and Down the Line"; Mc Pherson and Brymn, "Good-Night Lucindy"; Max Hoffmann, "My Little Japaneesee"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Why Don't You Go, Go, Go?"; Kendis and Paley, "If I had a Thousand Hearts"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Hamlet Was a Melancholy Dane"; Max Hoffmann, "It's the Band"; Harry S. Marion, "Roses"; Silvio Hein, "Her Boy in the Rank and File"; Jerome and Schwartz, "When the Stars are Shining Bright"; Jean Schwartz, "Mazeppa" (Intermezzo); Maude Nugent, "My Lady Peggy" (Waltzes); Fred. F. Houlihan, "The Yazoo" (Cake Walk and Two Step); Silvio Hein, "The Maid at Arms" (March & Two Step); Harry O. Sutton, "Moonlight Caprice" (Three Step).

The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 5. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Egbert Van Alystyne, "Navajo"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Bedelia"; J. B. Mullen, "I Am Longing for My Old Kentucky Home"; Cobb and Edwards, "In Zanzibar (My Little Chimpanzee)"; Herbert Spencer, "Stella"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Cordalia Malone"; J. B. Mullen, "The Man Behind"; Stanley Crawford, "In the Village By the Sea"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Dear Sing Sing"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Seminole";√???  Gus. Edwards, "Take Me Back to My Louisiana Home"; Mose Gumble, "Follow the Merry Crowd"; J. B. Mullen, "Down on the Brandywine"; Robert J. Adams, "Daisy Donohue"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Tippecanoe"; Jerome and Schwartz, "Stories Adam Told Eve"; Jerome and Schwartz, "He Was a Sailor"; Robert J. Adams, "Sweetest Girl in Dixie"; Jerome and Schwartz, "In Cincinnati"; Maude Nugent, "The Moon, the Coon, and the Little Octoroon"; Gus. Edwards, "I'm Crazy to Go on the Stage"; Robert J. Adams, "Gooda-Bye Fedora"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Johnnie Morgan"; Robert J. Adams, "Nancy Lee"; J. B. Mullen, "That's How I Love You, Mame".

Folder 5: Belle of New York - The Broadway Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 4., 1899-1928Add to your cart.

William Layton, "Belle of New York" (Waltzes); A. Merkler, "Berceuse"; Effie Fulton, "Black Beauty Waltz"; George L. Cobb, "Blue Sunshine" (Waltz); H. Engelmann, "Bohemian Dance"; Michael William Balfe, "Selection from Balfe's Opera "Bohemian Girl""; John Philip Sousa, "The Bride-Elect" (March); Karl hoschna, "Bright Eyes" (Selection); Sister of St. Dominic, "The Bride of God".

The Broadway Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 1. Mandolin Solo Part. Pieces include: Gus Edwards and Tom Daly, "All I Want is My Black Baby Back"; M. H. Rosenfeld, "She Was Happy Till She Met You"; M. H. Rosenfeld, "Gold Will Buy'Most Anything But a True Gilr's Heart"; Thurland Chattaway, "Little Black Me"; Andrew Mack, "The Story of the Rose"; J. Fred Helf, "The Perjured Bride"; Paul Dresser, "You'se Just a Little Nigger, Still You'se Mine, All Mine" (Lullaby); Thurland Chattaway, "Mandy Lee"; T. Mayo Geary, "The Rag-Time Hymn"; Ned, Wayburn, "He Ain't No Relation of Mine"; Paul Dresser, "I Wonder Where She is To-Night"; Albert Johns, "For Love of You"; Paul Dresser, "In Good Old New York Town"; Floyd Mc K. Schoonmaker, "Dusky Belle" (Two-Step); William Furst, "Phroso Waltzes"; Louis Tocaben, "American Marines" (Marches); Theodore F. Morse, "Venus" (Intermezzo); Cole and Johnson and Lew Sully, "At a Rag Time Reception" (Medley); Unidentified, "Trip to Coontown" (Melody);  Thurland Chattaway, "Foolish William" (Characteristic Two-Step); William Furst, "The Christian Waltzes"; Smart and Williams, Ernest Hogan, Pwers and Gouraud, and Geo. Evans, "A Bunch of Rags" (A Special Rag-Time Study), William Furst, "Children of the Ghetto" (Waltz); William Furst, "Babbie Waltzes"; Jacob Henry Ellis, "Carnation Waltzes"; B. H. Janssen, "In the Day of Love and Roses" (Waltzes), Andrew Mack, "Mack's Lullaby".

The Broadway Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 4. Second Mandolin. Pieces include: Cole and Johnson, "Come Out Dinah, On the Green" (A Darkey Serenade); Paul Dresser, "In Dear Old Illinois"; Shields and Evans, "In the Good Old Summer Time"; Dave Reed Jr., "I'm Thinkin' of You All of de While"; Theodore F. Morse, "It's the Man in the Soldier Suit"; Dave Reed Jr., "My Princess Zulu Lulu"; Clifton Crawford, "Nancy Brown"; Cole and Johnson, "Tell Me Dusky Maiden" (A Travesty); Paul Dresser, "The Voice of the Hudson"; M. J. Fitzpatrick, "You Give Me Your Love and I'll Give You Mine"; P. Mascagni, "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Intermezzo); Pauline B. Story, "A Night in Naples" (Waltzes); Unidentified, "Shooting the Chutes" (Medley Lanciers);  Spencer - Morse, "Violet Waltzes"; Henry Frantzen, "Rialto Belles March".

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Folder 1: The Broadway Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 4 for Piano Accompaniment - Capitola March, 1903-1917Add to your cart.

The Broadway Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 4. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Cole & Johnson, "Come Out Dinah On the Green"; Paul Dresser, "In Dear Old Illinois"; Shields & Evans, "In The Good Old Summer Time"; Dave Reed Jr., "I'm Thinkin' Of You All The While"; Farrell & Morse, "It's The Man In The Soldier Suit"; Dave Reed Jr., "My Pricess Zulu Lulu"; Clifton Crawford, "Nancy Brown"; Cole & Johnson, "Tell Me Dusky Maiden (From The Sleeping Beauty and The Beast)"; Paul Dresser, "Voice of the Hudson"; Fitzpatrick & Kohlman, "You Give Me Your Love And I'll Give You Mine"; P. Mascagni, "Cavalleria Rusticiana (Intermezzo)"; P. Story, "Night in Naples (Waltzes)"; L. Tocaben, "Shooting The Chutes (Medley Lanciers)"; Spencer Morse, "Violet Waltzes"; H. Frantzen, "Rialto Belles (March and Two-Step)".

The Broadway Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 5. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: H. Cannon, "Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home"; Buck & Morse, "Dear Old Girl"; Dave Reed Jr., "General Hardtrack On Guard"; Browne & Morse, "Little Boy In Blue"; Fitzpatrick & Kohlman, "My Zulu Lu"; Highes & Kohlman, "She's Sleeping By The Silvery Rio Grand"; Madden & Morse, "Up In A Coconut Tree"; Paul Dresser, "The Boys Are Coming Home To Day"; Maden & Morse, "When We Were Two Little Boys"; Madden & Morse, "Wise Old Owl"; Spencer-Morse, "Dusky Maiden (Two-Step)"; Ben Jerome, "Hiawatha (Intermezzo)"; Charles Kohlman, "Lovey Mary (Characteristic)"; L. Tocaben, "Ping Pong (Lanciers)"; H. Frantzen, "Soul Of The Rose (Waltzes)".

Auguste Van Biene, "The Broken Melody (Intermezzo)"; W. C. Powell, "Bubbles (March-Two Step)"; H. Tobini, "Budding Flowers"; A. J. Weidt, "Butterscotch (Characteristic March)"; Verdi, "Triumphal March (from Aida)"; F. H. Lorsey, "Capitola March".

Folder 2: The Cadenza - Jacobs' No. 1 Amateur Folio for Orchestra and Mandolin Orchestra, 1914-1921Add to your cart.

The Cadenza, Vol. XXVIII, No. 9 (Sept. 1921).

Jacobs' No. 1 Amateur Folio for Orchestra and Mandolin Orchestra. Pieces include: George L. Cobb, "Alhambra" (Spanish One-Step), A. J. Weidt, "Dance of the Dryads"; A. J. Weidt, "Veronica" (Barcarolle); Jack Raymond, "Beautiful Girl of Somewhere" (Waltz), Rubinstein, "Kamennoi-Ostrow"; A. J. Weidt, "Airy Fairy"; A. J. Weidt, "Dawn Fairies" (Waltz), A. J. Weidt, "Sho-Mee, Demonstrating Weidt's Chord System", Schubert, "Marche Militaire"; George M. Kent, "The Runabout" (March and Two-Step); Walter Rolfe, "Dreamily Drifting (Waltz), A. J. Weidt, "The Home Town Band"; F. Drdla, "Souvenir"; A. J. Weidt, "Eventide", George L. Cobb, "Down On Blue Bird Bay"; A. J. Weidt, "The Goose Waddle" (Danse Characteristique), George L. Cobb, "Barbary, Valse, Algerienne", A. J. Weidt, "Waiting For You" (Song Fox Trot); A. J. Weidt, "Strolling Down A Shady Lane" (Old Time Song and Dance), and A. J. Weidt, "Breathe of Spring" (Characteristic Dance); R. E. Hildreth, "Hong Kong Gong" (One-Step or Two-Step), George L. Cobb, "The Three Nymphs" (Dance Classique); George L. Cobb, "Hop-Scotch" (Fox Trot), A. J. Weidt, "Ye Olden Tyme" (Characteristic Dance); Isham Jones, "It Had To Be You" (Fox Trot); Leon Berger, "Just One More Kiss" (Fox Trot); Frank E. Hersom, "Love Notes" (Valse), Theodore Bendix, "The Butterfly" (Morceau Characteristic); Gerald Frazee, "Milady Dainty" (Intermezzo Gavotte); George L. Lansing, "Wedding of the Frogs" (Characteristic March); A. J. Weidt, "Ole Sambo" (A Coon Serenade); R. B. Hall, "The New Colonial March"; Rich Ellenberg, "The Squirrel" (Salon Mazurka); Gaston Borch, "Silv'ry Shadows" (Waltz); A. J. Weidt, "Whispering Leaves" (Reverie); A. J. Weidt, "My Lady Jazz" (Fox Trot); James C. Osborne, "Jazzin' the Chimes" (Fox Trot); George L. Cobb, "Some Shape" (One-Step); Fred Strubel, "Peep o' Day" (Polka); George L. Cobb, "Mississippi Volunteers" (One-Step); George L. Cobb, "There's Someone You've Forgotten Who Has Not Forgotten You" (Waltz), Ernest Smith, "Hindoo Amber" (Novelette); F. E. Bigelow, "The NC-4" (March); Gomer Bath, "Winged Hours"; A. J. Weidt, "Florence" (Waltz); Norman Leigh, "Moment Gai"; A. J. Weidt, "The Goose Waddle" (E-flat Alto Saxophone Solo); A. J. Weidt, "The Home Town Band" (Tenor Banjo Solo); Frank A. Bertram, "The Winner"; George L. Cobb, "Send Me a Line" (1st Mandolin or Violin).

Folder 3: La Caravane - Cavatina, 1891-1921Add to your cart.

Charles L. Lewis, "La Caravane";

Carl Fischer Progressive Orchestra Folio, Vol. 1. 2nd Mandolin, Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Juventino Rosas, "Sobre las Olas (Over the Waves) Waltz"; G. Rossini, "William Tell Selection"; F. H. Losey, "The United Liberty March"; L. P. Laurendeau, "Flag of Truce March"; L. Tocaben, "The Cup Winner March"; J. C. Heed, "Animation Schottische"; Mozart, "Menuet from the Opera 'Don Juan'"; F. von Suppe, "Poet and Peasant Overture"; Charles Arthur, "Homeless Romance"; W. Balfe, "Bohemian Girl Selection"; Mazurka, "Sparkling Eyes Mazurka"; Julius S. Seredy, "Falling Leaves Waltz"; Julius S. Seredy, "Dancing Dolls Gavotte"; J. Aviles "La Media Noche"; R. Schumann, "Reminiscences"; R. Schumann, "The Merry Peasant"; William H. Potstock, "Around the Maypole"; William H. Potstock, "Little Robin Redbreast"; H. Engrlmann, "The Trumpeter Polka Brilliante"; Richard Wagner, "Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin".

G. Bizet, "Carmen, First Fantasia"; G. Bizet, "Selection from G. Bizet's "Carmen""; R. J. Hamilton, "Cavalleria Rusticana Intermezzo"; P. Mascagni, "Cavalleria Rusticana"; Pietro Mascagni, "Intermezzo Sinfonico from Cavalaria Rusticana"; Carl Bohm, "Cavatina".

Folder 4: Celebrated Minute - Class!, 1903-1933Add to your cart.

Georges Valensin, "Celebrated Menuet (from "First Symphony")".

W. J. Eckhard, Century Folio. Two Mandolins and a Guitar, Mando Bass and Piano. Pieces include: "Valley of the Moon", "The Grasshopper Hop", "Kaffe Klatsch", "Polly Ann", "Demi Tasse", "In Poppyland", "Spanish Echoes", "The White Dragon", "Sunshine and Shadows", "Bachelor Buttons", "The Hootinany Strut", "Raggedy Ann", "Periwinkle Cappers", "Lydia Lou", "Deltonia", "Hungarian Fox-Trot", "Little of This and That";

G. J. Burgheim, "The Century March"; A. C. Brockmeyer, ""Chic" A Ragtim Two Step"; Lee Barney, "Chicken Charlie"; Gabriel Marie, "La Cinquantaine"; Giuseppe Silvestri, "La Citta Del Fiori"; Zarh Myron Bickford, "Class! Novelty Rag or Fox Trot".

Folder 5: Colonial Girl - Connecticut, 1905-1919Add to your cart.
Gus Guentzel, "Colonial Girl, A Virginia Romance" (Two Step); Kendis & Bayha, "Come Out of the Kitchen, Mary Ann" (from The Cadenza); Thomas S. Allen, "Mocking the Mocking-Bird"; P. Beaumont, "Con Amour"; William Nassann, "Connecticut".
Box 31Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Corn Flower Waltz - Czara Mazurka, 1900-1917Add to your cart.

C. Coote Jr., "Corn Flower" (Waltz); M. Hauser, "Cradle Song"; A. Fieldhouse, "Crescent Reverie"; J. P. Morgan, "The Cricket's Parade" (March); Ida Lester, "Crimson Blushes" (Caprice); G. Rocchi Burlamacchi, "Cubana" (Fox Trot);

The Cundy-Bettoney Mandolin Orchestra Folio, No.1. 1st Mandolin, 2nd Mandolin, Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: D. W. Reeves, "Second Regt. Conn. N. G. March"; C. Lavallee, "Overture from The Bridal Rose"; Missud, "Magnolia Serenade"; A. A. Babb, "Recreation March"; Balfe, "The Bohemian Girl from Fantasia"; F. W. Stimson, "The Garden of Dreams"; Otto Langey, "Evening Breeze"; M. Waldow, "Gavotte from Lofty Alps to Silent Dale"; E. C. Ramsdell, "Overture from the Merrie Musician"; W. H. Mackie, "California Exposition March;

Giuseppe Carletti, "Cuor fedele" (Polka Brillante); Louis Tocaben, "The Cup Winner" (March); R. A. Moskowitz, "Czara Mazurka".

Folder 2: Dainty Maid - Dick the Penman Schottische, 1891-1926Add to your cart.
Zarh Myron Bickford, "Dainty Maid" (Overture Petite); Effie F. Kamman, "The Dance of the Brownies"; Edvard Grieg, "Dance" (Caprice); Smith & Zublin, "Dance of the Goblins"; M. L. Morris, "Dance Violetta"; Howard M. Githens, "A Dangerous Maid" (Waltz); P. Tschaikowsky, "Danse Russe Trepak from the Nutcracker Suite"; C. D. Smith, "A Darkie's Dream of Home"; Otto M. & John A. "Daughter of the Sea" (Waltzes); Walter Rolfe, "The Sporty Maid" (March and Two-Step); John Martin, "A Day in Camp"; Harley WIlson, "Dear Old Stars and Stripes Good-Bye"; E. Nazareth, "Dengozo" (Brazilian Maxixe); Leo Friedman, "Paprikana" (One-Step or Two Step); F. D. Cure, "Derby Winner" (March and Two-Step); Charles L. Lewis, "Dick the Penman Schottische".
Folder 3: Dick the Penman Schottische - Dreamy Eyes, 1891-1935Add to your cart.
Charles L. Lewis, "Dick the Penman Schottische"; John Philip Sousa, "The Directorate" (March); W. C. Powell, "Dixie Doodle Girl" (March); S. Seymour, "Dolly Varden"; Carl Bohm, "Domino Rose"; J. M. Verges, "Don't Leave Me, Daddy!" (Fox Trot); B. E. Shattuck, "Invincible Guard" (March); A. J. Weidt, "Breath of Spring" (Characteristic Dance); H. O. Wheeler, "Dorothy" (Two-Step); Harry Temple, "Down at the County Fair" (One-Step); Norman Leigh, "The Flower of Night" (Waltz); Hamilton Gray, "A Dream of Paradise" (Serenade); Roland J. Le Mieux, "Dreaming" (Waltz); Richard Wagner, "Dreams" (Traume); Will V. Hoge, "Dreams of Childhood" (Concert Waltz); J. Bodewalt Lampe., "Dreamy Eyes" (March Two-Step).
Folder 4: The Eagle - Espanita, 1892-1920Add to your cart.

Manuel Klein, "The Eagle" (from The Land of Birds); A. H. Plante, "Echoes Du Tyrol"; Ernest Gillet, "Echoes of the Ball"; Zarah Myron Bickford, "Effervescence" (Fox Trot); W. Aletter, "Elegie"; W. Aletter, "Chanson Populaire";

Empire Collection: 15 Choice Melodir Compositions. 1st Mandolin, 3rd Mandolin, Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Theodore F. Morse, "By the River" (Romance); F. Schubert, "Serenade"; F. H. Losey, "Alita (Wild Flower)" (Morceau); Gabriel Marie, "La Cinquantaine" (Air in olden Style); E. Waldteufel, "Estudiantina" (Waltz); Auguste Bosc., "Rose-Mousse" (Valse Lente); F. H. Losey, "Patrol of the Guardsmen"; F. H. Losey, "Crescent Queen" (March); A. Rubinstein, "Melodie"; F. Mendelssohn "Wedding March"; E. Waldteufel, "Espana" (Waltz); Theodore Moses-Tobani, "Warbler's Farewell"; J. C. Heed, "Volcano" (March); Theordore Moses-Tobani, "Poetica" (Waltz); F. H. Losey, "Waldmere" (March);

L. W. Brand, "The Enquirer Club" (March); J. A. LeBarge, "Entre Acte" (Medley); Somly, "Esmeralda March"; J. Sancho, "Espana Romantica" (Valse); George Rosey, "Espanita" (Spanish Waltzes).

Folder 5: Eternal Spring - Forest Whispers, 1891-1934Add to your cart.

H. Engelmann, "Eternal Spring" (Reverie); Bellstedt, "Everett Piano March"; John Philip Sousa, "Fairest of the Fair"; Fred Luscomb, "Farmer Bungtown"; Frank W. Bone, "Fascination" (Waltz); Walter Rolfe, "Yo Te Amo" (Tango Argentino); Charles Gounod, "Faust"; Louis Retter, "Field Day March"; Alfred Roncovieri "La Fiesta March" (Two-Step); Thomas S. Allen, "Fighting Strength" (March); C. A. Duval, "Fin de Siecle Grand March"; Richard Eilenberg, "First Heart Throbs"; Sioly, "First Snow Mazurka"; Effie Fulton, "Flash Light March"; E. S. Phelps, "Floating Echoes Reverie"; W. M. Rice, "Flight of the Birds" (Ballet); Daniel Polk, "The Flower"; A. J. Weidt, "Floriana." (Waltz); Theodore Bendix, "The Broken-Hearted Sparrow" (A Pathetic Appeal); Chauncey Haines, "Tehama" (Intermezzo Romantique); Charles Henlein, "Flowers of Italy" (Mazurka); Sol Smith, "The Flower of the Flock" (Mazukra); G. Lange, "Flower Song" (Blumenlied);

William Foden, Foden's Hawaiian Melodies, No. 1. Mandolin Solo. Pieces include: "Alpine Dreams" (Waltz); "Autumn Bloom" (Fox Trot); "Golden Bell" (Waltz); "Hawaiian Maiden" (Love Song); "Haymakers Frolic"; "Lafayette March" (March); "Moon Glow" (Waltz); "O'er the Meadow"; "Pleasant Memories" (Tango); "Starlight Serenade";

William Foden, Foden's Hawaiian Melodies, No. 2. Mandolin Solo, 2nd Mandolin, Piano Accomaniment. Pieces include: "Shepherds March"; "Grace and Beauty" (Gavotte); "On the Lake" (Boat Song); "Sylvan Dreams" (Romance); "Farewell Sweetheart" (Serenade); "Starry Night" (Tango); "Parade of the Dolls" (March); "Medora" (Waltz); "Merry Days" (Fox Trot); "Sunny Side" (Waltz);

Gustave Lange, "Fond Hearts Must Part"; F. H. Losey, "Forest Whispers".

Box 32Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Forest Whispers - Gay Coney Island, 1892-1900Add to your cart.
F. H. Losey, "Forest Whispers" (Morceau Characteristic); Allan Macbeth, "Forget Me Not" Intermezzo); Emile Grimshaw, "For the Flag"; Charles P. Burton, "The Fourth Regiment March";  William H. Penn, "The Fox Hunters" (March and Two-Step); Zarh Myron Bickford, "Foxy" (One Step); Pietro Mascagni, "Friend Frtiz March"; R. E. Hildreth, "Frog Frolics" (Schottische); Edmund Braham, "The Frolic of the Elks" (Characteristic Two Step); H. O. Wheeler, "Funston's Fighting Twentieth" (March and Two Step); Gounod, "Funeral March of a Marionette"; F. Fanciulli, "The Gallant 71st" (March & Two Step); E. Sparrow, "The Gallant Heroes March"; Victor G. Boehnlein, "The Gartland" (March); Maurice Levi, "Gay Coney Island" (March and Two Step).
Folder 2: The Gem Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 9 - Goodbye, Mister Greenback, 1893-1916Add to your cart.

The Gem Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 9. First Mandolin. Pieces include: Donnelly, Burkhardt, and Piantadosi, "Your Wife"; Goodwin and Piantadosi, "What a Wonderful Mother You'd Be"; Halsey K. Mohr, "Cumberland"; Goodwain and Osborne, "That's the Song of Songs for Me"; Burkhardt and Piantadosi, "For the Sake of a Rose"; Goetz and Cooper, "Asia Minor and You"; Macdonald and Carroll, "Down in Bom-Bombay"; Macdonald and Mohr, "Piney Ridge"; Davis and Brookhouse, "All Aboard for Chinatown"; Halsey K. Mohr, "Jane"; Harry Jentes, "Bantam Step"; Robert A. Keiser, "Romany".

Jos. W. Nicomede, "Georgette Waltz"; Jas. H. Johnstone, "The Georgian" (March); A. J. Weidt, "Ger-Ma-Nee" (One Step or Two Step); Eilenberg, "The German Patrol"; George L. Cobb, "The Get-a-Way" (March and Two Step); Alfred E. Aarons, "Get Happy!"; Patrizio Ambrosio, "Giannetta" (Mazurka); Joe Nicomede, "Gibson Favorite" (Military March); Jas. H. Johnstone, "The Gibsonian" (March); Charles Henlein, "Gilda Gavotte"; Flaminio Pignoloni, "La Gioconda"; Ambrosio Patrizio, "Giorgina" (Polka Brillante); Charles L. Lewis, "Gipsy Baron" (March); Emily Smith and Harry Miller, "The Girl I Love" (Waltzes); Thos. S. Allen, "Girl of the Orient" (Persian Dance); Norman Leigh, "The Gob Ashore" (Fox Trot); Thos. S. Allen, "Goodbye Mr. Greenback" (Schottische).

Folder 3: The Good Old Days Gone By - Harry von Tilzer's Mandolin, Guitar, and Piano Folio, No. 1, 1895-1928Add to your cart.

Harry von Tilzer, "The Good Old Days Gone By"; Louis Victor Saar, "Gondoliera" (Boat Song); undifined, "Grand Fantasie" (Rock of Ages); Hal Stoddard, "Grand Opening Polka"; Georges Bizet, "Grand Selection, Carmen"; Cueca and Valverde, "La Gran Via" (Mazurka); F. H. Losey, "Grenadier Guards" (March); M. L. Lake, "Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here" (March); John Philip Sousa, "Hail to the Spirit of Liberty";

The Half Dollar Music Series: Favorite Duets for Mandolin and Piano. 1st Mandolin and Piano. Pieces include: P. Sudessi, "A Petit Pas" (By Little Steps); Carl Bohm, "Intermezzo"; G. C. Santisteban, "Cuba" (Habanera); Marius Carman, "Marche Nuptiale"; Richard Eilenberg, "The Mill in the Forest" (Idylle); Franz Lachner, "March from Suite, Op. 113"; Robert Schumann, "Traumerei"; Guido Papini, "Reve de Bonheur (Dream of Happiness)" (Melodie); Francis Thome, "Simple Aveu"; R. Gruenwald, "Czardas" (Hungarian Dance); J. C. Bartlett, "A Dream".

George Rosey, "The Handicap" (March and Two-Step Dance); Aubrey Stauffer, "Harbor Springs" (Waltzes); J. B. Lampe, "Happy Heine" (Characteristic March-Two Step); A. J. Weidt, "Harmony Kid" (Fox Trot).

Harry Von Tilzer's Mandolin, Guitar, and Piano Folio, No. 1. Solo Mandolin. Pieces include: Harry von Tilzer, "The Mansion of Aching Hearts"; Harry von Tilzer, "On a Sunday Afternoon"; Harry von Tilzer, "I'll Be There, I'll Be There Mary Dear"; Harry von Tilzer, "When Kate and I Were Comin' Thro' the Rye"; Harry von Tilzer, "Meet Me When the Sun Goes Down"; Harry von Tilzer, "Watching and Waiting"; Harry von Tilzer, "The Song That the Soldiers Sang"; Harry von Tilzer, "Alphonse and Gaston"; Harry von Tilzer "You Couldn't Hardly Notice It at All"; Harry von Tilzer, "Down Where the Wurzburger Flows"; Harry von Tilzer, "It Must Have Been Svengali in Disguise"; James T. Brymn, "Please Let Me Sleep"; Harry von Tilzer, "My Bamboo Queen", Harry von Tilzer, "I Just Can't Help From Loving That Man"; Harry von Tilzer, "The Train Rolled On"; J. B. Mullen, "Loo Loo Oo Loo Loo (My Dusky Loo)"; Harry von Tilzer, "Oh, The Girls, the Lovely Girls"; Edwin S. Brill, "My Lady Lu" (A Darky Love Lament); William Marion Cook, "On Emancipation Day"; Harry von Tilzer, "Chocolate Drops" (Two Step and Cake Walk); Mike Bernard, "The Rag Time King" (Cake Walk and Two Step); George herrmann, "Early Down Waltzes".

Folder 4: Haviland's Classic and Operatic Album - Home Circle Music Series: Every Day Favorites for Mandolin and Piano, No. 6, 1888-1916Add to your cart.

Haviland's Classic and Operatic Album for Two Mandolins, Guitar, and Piano. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include:  Charles Gounod and Vincenzo Bellini, "Faust Waltz" (Introducing "Hear me Norma"); Richard Wagner and Carl Maria von Weber, "Evening Star Waltz" (Introducing "Invitation to the Dance"); Mattei Mendelssohn, "'Tis Not True Waltz" (Intro: Mendelssohn's Sprin Song); Thome and Silcher, "Simple Confession Waltz" (Introducing "Lorelei"); Giuseppe Verdi, "Il Trovatore Waltz" (Introducing "The Tempest of the Heart" and "Ah, I Have Sighed to Rest Me"); Franz von Suppe, Wallace Flotow, and Giacomo Meyerbeer, "Light Cavalry Two Step" (Intro: Excerpts from "Maritana, Martha and The Huguenots"); Rubenstein and Franz von Suppe, "Melody in F Waltz" (Introducing "Poet and Peasant"); Gioachino Rossini, Jacques Offenbach, Giuseppe Verdi, and Nicolai, "William Tell Two Step" (With Excerpts from "Orpheus", "Rigoletto", and "Merry Wives of Windsor"); Paolo Tosti, Gaetano Braga, and James Molloy, "Good Bye Waltz" (Introducing "The Angel's Serenade" and "Love's Old Sweet Song"); Richard Wagner and Michael W. Balfe, "Lohengrin Two Step" (Introducing Excerpts from "Bohemian Girl"); Michael W. Balfe, "Bohemian Girl Waltz" (Introducing "Then You'll Remember Me" and "I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls"; Charles Gounod and Georges Bizet, "Faust Two Step" (Introducing Toreador Song from "Carmen"); Unidentified, "American Medley Two Step" (Introducing "Arkansas Traveller", "Star Spangled Banner", "Dixie Land", and "Yankee Doodle"); Giuseppe Verdi, Michael W. Balfe, Gautano Donnizeti,Giacomo Meyerbeer, and Richard Wagner, "Operatic Grand March" (From Aida, Bohemian Girl, Lucia, Le Prophete, and Tannhauser); Unidentified, "German Medley Two Step" (Introducing "Ach Ich Bin So Mude" and "Immer Noch Ein Tropschen"); Unidentified, "Irish Medley Two Step" (Introducing "Wearing of the Green", "Low Backed Car", "Kilkenny for Me", and "Down By the Tan Yard Side"; Unidentified, "My Country 'tis of Thee"; Unidentified, "Die Wacht am Rhein"; Unidentified, "La Marseillaise".

Haviland's Mandolin Folio, No. 9. 1st Mandolin or Violin. Pieces include: George W. Meyer, "There's a Dixie Girl Who's Longing For a Yankee Doodle Boy"; George W. Meyer, "Honey Love"; George W. Meyer, "I've Got Your Number"; George W. Meyer, "We All Fall"; George W. Meyer, "That Was Before I Met You"; Thurland Chattaway, "Peggy Gray"; George W. Meyer, "I'm Crazy 'Bout the Turkey Trot"; George W. Meyer, "That Paradise Rag"; James Reese Europe, "Clef Club" (March and Two Step); Henry Frantzen, "It's Time to Close Your Drowsy Eyes and Sleep"; R. M. Stults, "Take Me Back to Dear Old Dixie"; Morrissey and Brown, "The Hobble Rag"; Benjamin Hapgood Burt, "The Owl in the Old Oak Tree"; H. W. Petrie, "Dreaming of You"; Thurland Chattaway, "Can't You Take It Back and Change It For a Boy?".

Haviland's Mandolin Folio, No. 10. 1st Mandolin. Pieces include: George W. Meyer, "A Girlie Was Just Made to Love"; George W. Meyer, "In Dixie Land With Dixie Lou"; C. M. Denison, "My Rosary of Dreams"; Henry Frantzen, "College Chaps" (March and Two-Step); Chris. Smith, "That Puzzlin' Rag"; Kathryn Raymore, "Banjo Tunes"; Henry Frantzen, "Castellano" (Spanish Waltz); Norma Gray, "Forever I Call to Thee"; Charles. N. Grant, "Play Me a Good Old Fashioned Melody"; Henry Frantzen, "Tell Me Sweet Rose"; Smith and Bowman, "That Sneaky Snaky Rag" (The Snake); George W. Meyer, "Dear Old Rose"; E. F. Dusenberry, "The Land of Golden Dreams"; John B. Lowitz, "the Swanee River Bend".

D. Kaiulaua, "Hawaiiana" (An Original Hawaiian One Step); M. L. Lake, "Hawaiian Selection"; E. N. Guckert, "Hazzard Scottische"; Ben. Jansen, "He Laid Away a Suit of Gray, to Wear the Union Blue"; Ernest Smith, "Hindoo Amber" (Novelette); Irving Jones, "Home Aint Nothing Like This";

Home Circle Music Series: Every Day Favorites for Mandolin and Piano, No. 6. Piano Accompaniment and 1ast Mandolin or Violin. Pieces include: Emil Ascher, "La Rose" (Intermezzo); A. Czibulka, "Stephanie" (Gavotte); Thomas Herrmann, "Petite Reverie"; Gustav Saenger, "Lucia Di Lammermoor"; Philipp Fahrbach, "Standard Bearer" (March); Benoni Lagye, "The First Smile" (Le Premier Sourire); Franz Schubert, "Serenade"; Theodore Moses Tobani, "Cupidietta" (Intermezzo); Franz von Blon, "Sizilietta"; Jean-Baptiste Faure, "Les Rameauz" (The Palms); F. Thome, "Simple Aveu" (Romance);  Pietro Mascagni, ""Intermezzo Sinfonico" from "Cavalleria Rusticana""; Thomas Herrmann, "Romanesca"; Tavoni, "Memories Di Venezia Polka"; C. Zeller, ""Nightingale Song" from "The Tyrolean""; Robert Schumann, "Traumaerei" (Reverie).

Folder 5: Homeguard - The Hunter's Return, 1894-1916Add to your cart.
Charles L. Lewis, "Homegaurd" (March); Charles Arthur, "Homeless" (Romance); Stephen Adams, "The Holy City"; Henry R. Bishop, "Home Sweet Home"; George Rosey, "The Honey-Moon" (March); H. I. Way, "Hoola Hoola" (March); Thomas S. Allen, "Hoop-E-Kack" (Two Step Novelty); Gus W. Bernard, "Hot Stuff" (A Negro Oddity); Dvorak and Roberts, "Humorous Humoresque" (Fascinating - Hesitation); Johannes Brahms, "Hungarian Dances, Nos. 3 & 6"; Johannes Brahms, "Hungarian Dance, No. 5"; Johannes Brahms, "Hungarian Dance, No. 7"; Johannes Brahms, "Hungarian Dances, Nos. 7 & 8"; Abe Holzmann, "Hunky Dory" (Cake Walk and Two Step); E. Gargiulo, "The Hunters Return" (Galop).
Box 33Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Ideal Schottische - Irene Waltz, 1890-1942Add to your cart.
Charles L. Vogelyesang, "Ideal Schottiche"; Francesco Onida, "Idillio Montano" (Valse Hesitation); Lew Sully, "I Don't Love Nobody"; H. W. Petrie, "I Don't Want to Play in Your Yard"; Monroe H. Rosenfeld, "I Dreamed My Mother was a Queen"; George M. Cohan, "I Guess I'll Have To Telegraph My Baby," (Cake Walk); Cobb & Edwards, "I'll Be With You When the Roses Bloom Again"; Jerome & Schwartz, "I'm Unlucky"; John Philip Sousa, "Imperial Edward March"; E. N. Guckert, "Indian March"; Walter Rolfe, "Indifference"; J. A. LeBarge, "Infanta Patrol"; Jack Frost, "In Honolulu by the Sea"; Dox Cruger, "In Old Alabama," (Barn Dance); Bert Potter, "In Royal Favor"; C. W. Krogmann, "In Slumberland"; Norman Leigh, "Intermezzo Irlandais" (from The Cadenza); A. J. Weidt, "Posies"; Herman Finck, "In the Shadows"; Samuel Siegel, "In the Twilight"; Tony Stanford, "In the Valley of Kentucky"; Charles, L. Johnson, "Iola"; Charles Henlein, "Irene Waltz".
Folder 2: Irene Waltz - Jumping Jacks Jubilee, 1895-1926Add to your cart.
Charles Henlein, "Irene Waltz"; Angelo Lupo, "I Richiamati" (Marcia); Jessie Bartlett Davis, "It's Just Because I Love You So"; Theorore F. Morse, "I've Got a Feelin' For You"; Yama Sen, "Japanesa" (Characteristic); Harry Von Tilzer, "Jennie Lee"; Victor Herbert, "Jographree"; R. Vollstedt, "Jolly Fellows Waltz"; A. J. Weidt, "The Jolly New Yorker"; Franz von Suppe "The Jolly Robbers" (Overture); James T. Brymn, "Josephine, My Jo";  E. Granados, "Jota" (Spanish Dance); Joseph W. Nicomede, "Julia!"; E. S. Phelps, "Julia Marlowe Caprice"; A. B. Woods, "Jumping Jack's Jubilee".
Folder 3: Just Around the Corner - La Serenata, 1894-1917Add to your cart.
S. A. Legg, "Just Around the Corner" (March); Charles Hunter, "Just Ask Me"; Charles E. Baer, "Just for Auld Lang Syne"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Just Kiss Yourself Goodbye"; P. K. Lua & D. Kaili, "Kahola-Honalulu" (Hawaiian Marches)(One-Step); F. N. Crouch, "Kathleen Mavourneen"; Theodore Morse, "Keep on the Sunny Side"; P. K. Lua & D. Kaili, "Kilama-Wailana" (Hawaiian Waltzes); John Philip Sousa, "King Cotton March"; F. K. Boscovitz, "King Neptune March"; Puehringer, "Kirmess Parade March"; M. Glinka, "The Lark"; F. Schubert, "La Serenata".
Folder 4: Last Dream of the Virgin - The Little Prince, 1897-1920Add to your cart.

J. Massenet, "Last Dream of the Virgin"; Joseph F. Wagner, "The League of Nations" (March); Fred Strubel, "Castle Chimes" (Gavotte); Romeo Manoni, "L'Encantador" (Tango Argentino); George L. Cobb, "Levee Land" (One-Step); A. J. Weidt, "Phantom Bells" (Gavotte);

Leon's Mandolin Orchestra Album. 1st Mandolin, Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Carrie Lorsch, "The Mephisto March"; Kaula, "Sans Souci" (Overture); R. Wagner, "Evening Star"; Verdi, "Il Trovatore"; E. Waldteufel, "Les Patineurs" (Waltz); Fahrback, "Queen of Hearts" (Polka); Verdi, "Nabucodonosor" (Cavatina); Suppe, "Poet and Peasant" (Overture); Rossini, "Barber of Seville" (Selecton); E. Waldteufel, "L'Esprit Francaise" (Polka); Kela Bela, "On the Beautiful Rhine" (Waltz);  Bizet, "March from Carman";

Leo Feist's Collection of Popular Selections:Mandolin & Guitar Folio, No. 2. Guitar Accompaniment. Peces include: Abe Holzmann, "Blaze - Away" (March and Two-STep); Abe Holzmann, "Symphia" (Waltzes); Bernhard Stern, "Eclipse" (March and Two-Step); Robert A. Keiser, "If You Loved Me" (Waltzes); F. Fanciulli, "Gallant 71st" (March and Two-Step); Tony Stanford, "Sambo on Review" (Cake-Walk and Two-Step); Tony Stanford, "Our Naval Cadets" (March and Two-Steps); Kathleen A. Roberts, "Evening Star" (Reverie); George Schweinfest, "Coon Jine" (Cake-Walk and Two-Step); Ted. S. Barron, "If Time Was Money I'd Be a Millionaire"; Tony Stanford, "In the Valley of Kentucky"; Robert A. King, "O Golden Land of Peace"; Harley Wilson, "Dear Old Stars and Stripes Goodbye"; Robert A. King, "Sweet Home of the Angels"; Harry Von Tilzer, "Somebody's Waiting for Me"; Irving Jones, "Home Ain't Nothing Like This"; E. W. Rogers, "Love or Gold"; Harry S. Marion, "In the Sweet Summer Time"; Ben Jansen, "When the Day is Done"; Alfred E. Aarons, "Get Happy";

Thodore M. Tobani, "L. Ganne's Reverie" (Extase); W. K. Bedford, "Line Up" (March); H. F. Odell, "A Little Story"; Johnson C. Bane, "Minuet No. 2"; C. W. Krogmann, "The Little Prince".

Folder 5: A Live Wire - Mark Stern Mandolin Folio, 1895-1928Add to your cart.

James H. Johnstone, "A Live Wire" (March); Porter Steele, "Lobster's Promenade" (Humoresque); Ernest Gillet, "Loin du Bal"; F. J. Bacon, "Love's Awakening Waltz"; E. W. Rogers, "Love or Gold"; Bernisne G. Clements, "The Love Tyrant" (Waltz); George L. Cobb, "The Get-a-Way" (March and Two-Step); Louis Tocaben, "Lullabye"; Karl Hoschna, "Madame Sherry" (March and Two-Step); John Philip Sousa, "The Man Behind the Gun"; Manuelita (Pase doble Flamenco);

The Mandolin Ensemble Album of Plectral Quartets. 1st Mandolin, Mando Bass. Pieces include: Theodore M. Tobani, "Hearts and Flowers" (A Flower Song); Allan Macbeth, "Love in Idleness" (Serenata); Theordore Bendix, "The Dawn of Love" (Morceau Characteristique); Victor Herbert, "Serenade from Suite Op. 3", F. Thome, "Simple Aveu" (Romance); F. v. Blon, "Whispering Flowers" (Characteristic); Edward Elgar, "Salut D'Amour" (Love's Greeting); A. Rubinstein, "Melody in F"; G. Verdi, "Quartet from Rigoletto"; Edward Grieg, "Norwegian Dance No. 2"; G. F. Haendel, "Largo"; Bellini, "March from Norma";

W. A. Mozart, "Marche Alla Turka"; F. H. Losey, "Astaroth" (March); Walter A. Boehm, "March Militaire"; James A. Witter, "March of the American Legion"; F. L. Ryder, "March of the Buffaloes"; F. H. Losey, "March - Oneita"; Versi di V. Russo & E. di Capua, "Maria, Mari!"; M. V. Wallace, "Maritania";

The Markstern Mandolin and Guitar Folio ,No. 2. 2nd Mandolin, Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Max S. Witt, "The Moth and the Flame"; Stanley Carter, "She Was Bred in Old Kentucky"; Deas & Wilson, "All I Wants Is Ma Chickens"; Dave Reed Jr., "My Hannah Lady, Whose Black Baby is You"; Williams & Walker, "Why Don't You Get A Lady of Your Own"; Dave Marion, "It's Not What You Were, It's What You Are To-Day"; Richard Stahl, "One Kiss Tells All"; Gussie L. Davis, "Won't You Take Me Back To Dixie"; Dave Reed Jr., "Oh, Ebenezer"; Charles Kohlman, "My Gal's A Hawaiian Maiden"; Max S. Witt, "You Are So Dear To Me"; Monroe H. Roseufeld, "I Loved You Once, I Scorn You Now"; Safford Waters, "Be Ma Honey Gal"; Safford Waters, "Tell Me What I Always Long To Hear"; Frank A. Howson, "The King's Musketeers"; Paul Linchke, "Folies Bergere"; H. R. Stern, "The Tennessee Jubilee"; Sadie Koninsky, "Boarding-House Johnson"; Max S. Witt, "Diana"; J. W. Wheeler, "Green Corn and Sweet Potatoes"; William, H. Tyers, "La Mariposa" (Dance Characteristic); Stanley Carter, "Hot Time in Mobile" (Cake Walk); William H. Tyers, "Aunt Mandy's Wedding" (March and Cake Walk); Max S. Witt, "First Violin" (Waltzes).

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Folder 1: The Mark Stern Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 6 - Meditation, 1893-1911Add to your cart.

The Mark Stern Mandolin and Guitar Folio No. 6. Mandolin Solo, Piano accompaniment. Pieces include: Bob Cole, "Mexico"; H. W. Petrie, "When the Sunset Turns the Ocean's Blue to Gold"; Cole & Johnson, "Big Indian Chief"; Clare Kummer, "Egypt"; Paul Schindler, "Peggy Brady"; Paul Schindler, "The Goo-Goo Man"; Lamb & Henry, "When the Harvest Moon is Shining on the River"; William Cahill, "I Want to Be a Soldier"; Smith & Larkins, "Shame on You!"; Rosenfeld & Solman, "Upon a Sunday Morning, When the Churchbells Chime"; Rosenfeld & Heinzman, "The Little Rustic Cottage by the Stream"; Smith & Englander, "That Beautiful Isle of the Sea"; Cole & Johnson, "Fishing"; Smith & Englander, "Plain Mamie O'Hooley"; Cole & Johnson, "Save It for Me!"; W. Brookhouse, "When We Listened to the Murmur of the Pine"; Rankin & Kerker, "My Winsome Winnie"; S. R. Henry, "Polly Prim" (Characteristic March and Two-Step); Lowe & Schindler, Lowe & Schindler, "Selection from Lowe, Schindler and Jerome's Opera Comique 'The Isle of Spice'"; Reginald de Koven, "Selection from Reginald de Koven's Comic Opera 'Red Feather'"; Stange & Englander, "March and Two-Step from Ludwig Englander's Comic Opera 'The Two Roses'"; Leo E. Berliner, "Africana" (A Rag Time Classic); J. P. Greenberg, "Koontown Koffee Klatsch" (March and Two-Step);

Stephen C. Foster, "Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground"; Franz Mahl, "Mazeppa" (Overture); Krause, "Mazurka Caprice"; J. Aviles, "La Media Noche"; J. Silvestri, "Meditation sur l'Opera 'Manon Lescaut'".

Folder 2: Medley Overture of National Songs - Moonlight Sonata, 1892-1925Add to your cart.

Charles Miller, "Medley Overture of National Songs"; A. Boito, "Mefistofele" (Selection); S. Rachmaninoff, "Melodie"; A. Rubinstein, "Melody in F"; Adolph Linden, "Merry Shepherd Polka";

Otto Merz, Merz's Graded Compositions for Fretted Instruments. 1st Mandolin, Guitar accompaniment. Pieces include: "Betty Waltz"; "Amphion Waltz";  "La Coquette Waltz"; "Grand-pere et Grand-mere" (Minuet); "The Picket Guard" (March); "'Neath Thy Casement" (Serenade); "Delighted" (Fox Trot); "Billy!" (Fox Trot); "Fleurette" (Valse de Ballet); "Soldiers of Fortune" (March); "The Buccaneers" (March); "In Frills and Furbelows" (Gavotte); "The March Past of the Troops" (Patrol); "Nanna" (Norwegian Dance); "Overture - 'Fairy Gold'";

Fred J. Bacon, "Mia Amorita" (Danza Mexicana); O. Kohler, "The Mice and the Trap"; Leora Haight, "Midnight Waltz"; C. W. Krogmann, "Mignonette Polka"; Norman Leigh, "Mimi" (Danse des Grisettes); A. J. Weidt, "The Hikers" (March and Two-Step); G. Verdi, "Miserere" (from "Il Trovatore"); H. Berger, "Moani Ke Ala" (Hawaiian March and One Step); Lefebure-Wely, "Les Cloches du Monastere (Monastery Bells)" (Nocturne); L. v. Beethoven, "Moonlight Sonata" (First Movement).

Folder 3: Moon Moths - Hitting the High Spots, 1899-1920Add to your cart.
Albert Kussner, "Moon Moths (Three Melodies)"; Louis Tocaben, "Moorish Patrol"; G. Espinosa, "Moraima" (Capricho Caracteristico); A. J. Weidt, "Mos-Kee-Toe" (One Step or Two Step); Jack Glogau, "The Most Beautiful Flag in the World" (Waltz); A. J. Weidt, "Hitting the High Spots" (One-Step);
Folder 4: The Most Popular Mandolin Dance Folio - The Most Popular Mandolin Pieces, 1907-1910Add to your cart.

The Most Popular Mandolin Dance Folio. Guitar Accompaniment, Piano Accompaniment, and 2nd Mandolin. Pieces include: Oscar Straus, "A Waltz Dream" (Waltzes); Meyer Lutz, "Faust-Up-To-Date" (Schottische); Johann Strauss, "One Heart One Mind" (Mazurka); E. Waldteufel, "L'Espirit Francais" (Polka); Franz Lehar, "The Merry Widow" (Two Step); Louis Tucaben, "Ballroom Strains" (Waltz Quadrille); Louis Tocaben, "College Days" (Quadrille); Louis Tocaben, "La Favorita" (Lanciers); Richard Eilenberg, "Return of the Troops" (Two Step); F. Mario Costa, "A Franzesa" (Two Step-March); T. Turner, "Dancing in the Barn" (Schottische); A. Pestalozza, "Ciribiribin" (Waltz); Louis Tocaben, "Collection of Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes"'; Ernest Alberti, "Plantation Christening" (Cakewalk); F. Budick, "Jolly Brothers" (Galop); Richard Eilenberg, "The First Heart Throbs" (Gavotte); Philipp Fahrbach Jr., "Under the Chesnut Tree" (Spanish Yorke); Navarro, "Amorosa Mazurka" (Three Step); Louis Tocaben, "Danza Habanera"; H. Trotere, "In Old Madrid" (Bolero); Mozart, "Ox Minuet" (from Don Giovanni); Robert Atkinson, "With the Crowd" (Two Step); J. Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (from Les Contes d'Hoffman); Juventino Rosas, "Over the Waves" (Waltzes); Otto Roeder, "Love's Dreamland" (Waltzes); Johann Strauss, "Artist Life" (Waltzes); J. F. Wagner, "Under the Double Eagle" (March);

The Most Popular Mandolin Dance Folio. Piano accompaniment. Pieces include: "A Waltz Dream" (Waltzes), "Faust-Up-To-Date" (Schottische), "One Heart One Mind" (Mazurka), "L'Espirit Francais" (Polka), "The Merry Widow" (Two Step), "Ballroom Strains" (Waltz Quadrille), "College Days" (Quadrille), "La Favorita" (Lanciers), "Return of the Troops" (Two Step), "A Franzesa" (Two Step-March), "Dancing in the Barn" (Schottische), "Ciribiribin" (Waltz), "Collection of Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes", "Plantation Christening" (Cakewalk), "Jolly Brothers" (Galop), "The First Heart Throbs" (Gavotte), "Under the Chesnut Tree" (Spanish Yorke), "Amorosa Mazurka" (Three Step), "Danza Habanera", "In Old Madrid" (Bolero), "Ox Minuet" (from Don Giovanni), "With the Crowd" (Two Step), "Barcarolle" (from Les Contes d'Hoffman), "Over the Waves" (Waltzes), "Love's Dreamland" (Waltzes), "Artist Life" (Waltzes), "Under the Double Eagle" (March).

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Folder 1: The Most Popular Mandolin Operatic Pieces - Nostalgia, 1899-1921Add to your cart.

The Most Popular Mandolin Operatic Pieces. 2nd Mandolin, Guitar Accompaniment, Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: G. Verdi, "Aida (Triumphal Chorus)"; M. W. Balfe, "Bohemian Girl (Galop, I Dreamt I Dwelt, and Then You'll Remember Me)"; Georges Bizet, "Carmen (Habanera and Toreador Song)"; C. M. Von Weber, "Der Freischutz (Huntsmen's Chorus)"; G. Verdi, "Ernani (Ernani, Fly With Me)"; Charles Gounod, "Faust (Gentle Flowers, Once Again I Would Gaze, and Valse from Ballet)"; G. Verdi, "Il Trovatore (Stride la Vampa, Tempest of the Heart, and Miserere)"; G. Verdi, "La Traviata (Ah! Was It Him, Brindisi, and Di Provenza)"; J. Offenbach, "Les Contes d'Hoffman (Barcarolle)"; G. Meyerbeer, "Les Huguenots (Banquet Chorus); G. Donizettie, "Lucia di Lammermoor (Think Not This Heart Can Alter, Though to Heaven from Sorrow Flying, and Sextette)"; G. Donizettie, "Lucrezia Brogia (It is Better to Laugh than be Sighing)"; G. Donizettie, "L'Elisere D'Amore (From Her Dear Eyes So Lonely)"; V. Wallace, "Maritana (In Happy Moments and Scenes that are Brightest)"; Friedrich Von Flotow, "Martha (Come Away Maiden Gay and How So Fair)"; V. Bellini, "Norma (Dearest Norma and Grand March)"; F. Von Suppe, "Poet and Peasant (Excerpts from Overture)"; G. Verdi, "Rigoletto (La Donna e' Mobile and Quartet)"; G. Meyerbeer, "Robert le Diable (Excerpts from Aria)"; Charles Gounod, "Romeo et Juliette (Valse Aria)"; G. Rossini, "Stabat Mater (Cujus Animam)"; R. Wagner, "Tannhauser" (Grand March, Pilgrim's Chorus, and Song to Evening Star); G. Rossini, "William Tell (Finale to Overture and Valse from Ballet Music)"; Herold, "Zampa (Prayer and Finale to Overture)";

Milt H. Hall, "Mr. Thomas Cat"; Victor Herbert, "My Gypsy Sweetheart" (From "Old Dutch"); Stephen C. Foster, "My Old Kentucky Home, Goodnight"; R. Keiser, "National Airs--Medley March"; Dr. Lowell Mason, "Nearer My God to Thee"; Mrs. S. M. B. Dana, "Flee as a Bird"; W. D. Moyer, "The New Club"; Walter A. Boehm, "New Era March"; Samuel Siegel, "New York Ideal March"; Mondo Michele, "Nostalgia" (Mazurka).

Folder 2: Nutcracker Suite - La Picchina, 1893-1939Add to your cart.
P. Tschaikowsky, "March from the Nutcracker Suite"; J. Corinne, "Olama" (Arabian Intermezzo); Abe Holzmann, "Old Faithful" (March and Two Step); Stephen C. Foster, "Old Folks at Home"; R. Eilenberg, "One Sweet Dream" (Waltzes); Giuseppe Bellenghi, "On the Banks of the Mississippi (Sulle Rive Del Mississippi)" (Waltz); A. A. Babb, "On the Mill Dam" (Galop); George Rosey, "Oriental Echoes" (March and Two Step Dance); William Grant Brooks, "Our National Honor" (March); R. Schlepegrell, "Overture Home Circle"; Suppe, "Overture, 'Poet and Peasant'"; J. Faure, "The Palms" (Les Rameuax); F. Stanley, "La Patricia" (March); Thomas S. Allen, "Pauline" (Waltz); Charles A. Young, "At the Wedding" (March and Two-Step); Carrie Jacobs Bond, "A Perfect Day"; Eldo Di Lazzaro, "La 'Piccinina' (Canzone Popolare).
Folder 3: Pietrapertosa - Les Rameurs, 1893-1921Add to your cart.

Pietrapertosa 12 Pieces Celebres. Mandolin. Pieces include: Franz Shubert, "Serenade"; Franz Shubert, "Ave Maria"; Franz Shubert, "Le Voyageur (The Wanderer)"; Mendelssohn, "Il Gondoliere Veneziano"; Mendelssohn, "Consolation"; Mendelssohn, "Tristesse De L'Ame" (Romance Sans Paroles); Mendelssohn, "Reverie"; Mendelssohn, "Doux Sovenir"; Mendelssohn, "Confiance" (Romance Sans Paroles); Mendelssohn, "Lied"; Mendelssohn, "La Harpe Du Poete"; Mendelssohn, "Espoir" (Hope);

A. J. Weidt, "Pink Lemonade (A Circus Parade)" (March or One-Step); George L. Cobb, "Wild Oats" (One-Step); Leo Delibes, "Pizzicati"; Johann Strauss, "Pizzicato" (Polka);Carl Sontag, "Poet and Peasant Waltz" (From the Opera 'Poet and Peasant' by Suppe); Ignazio Bitelli, "Preziosilla"; A. R. King, "La Prima Donna" (Schottishe); Mondo Michele, "Prime prove" (Valzer); C. J. Hausdorf, "Primrose" (March); F. Beatrice, "Primrose Flower" (Waltz); Louis Tocaben, "The Prize Winner" (March); Mondo Michele, "Punto...e basta!" (Polka Brillante); A. C. Brockmeyer, "Quadrille. The Ballroom Favorite"; Will D. Moyer, "Quite Delightful!" (Waltz); William Ganz, "Qui Vive Galop"; Walter Wallace Smith, "Rain of Pearls" (Valse); Bernard Fenton, "Rainbows" (Novelette); George L. Lansing, "The Darkey's Awakening"; Talamo, "Les Rameurs".

Folder 4: Raymond Overture - The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection for Piano Accompaniment, 1894-1921Add to your cart.

Ambroise Thomas, "Raymond Overture" (The Queen's Secret); A. C. Brockmeyer, "Recreation Melody No. 1 and No. 2"; Tony Biehl, "Remembrances of Switzerland" (Swiss Airs);

Louis Tocaben, The Remick Collection of World's Best Medley Overtures. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: "American Medley Overture"; "Colelge Medley Overture"; "English Medley Overture"; "French Medley Overture"; "German Medley Overture"; "Hungarian Medley Overture"; "Irish Medley Overture"; "Italian Medley Overture"; "Operatic Medley Overture"; "Polish Medley Overture"; "Russian Medley Overture"; "Scotch Medley Overture"; "Songs of the Homestead"; "Spanish Medley Overture"; "Ye Olde Love Song";

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Colelction No. 12. Guitar. Pieces Include: J. Caldwell Atkinson, "By the Light of the Jungle Moon"; Bert Grant, "Creatore"; Nat Ayer, "Daddy"; Nat Ayer, "Gee, But I Like Music With My Meals"; Nay Ayer, "Honeymoon Love"; Johann C. Schmid, "Hour That Gave Me You"; Neil Moret, "The Island of Roses and Love"; Nat Ayer, "If You Talk in Your Sleep"; Johann C. Schmid, "If the Garden of Roses Should Change to Thorns"; Alfred J. Lawrence, "I Like Your Apron and Bonnet"; Henri Bereny, "Love Never Dies"; Percy Wenrich, "Moonlight Bay"; Le Boy, "The Month of June"; Gus Edwards, "On a Beautiful Night With a Beautiful Girl"; Nat Ayer, "Oh? You Beautiful Doll"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Oh! That Navajo Rag"; Charles N. Daniels, "Only Pal I Ever Had Came From Frisco Town"; Percy Wenrich, "The Skeleton Rag"; Bert Grant, "The Trolley Car Swing"; Albert Gumble, "Somebody Else Will if You Don't"; Bert Grant, "Under the Love Tree"; Bert Grant, "When You're Away"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "When I Was Twenty One and You Were Sweet Sixteen"; Nat Ayer, "You're My Baby"; Neil Moret, "After Vespers" (A Twilight Meditation); Neil Moret, "Brides and Butterflies" (Waltzes); Charles Johnson, "Cum Back" (Rag); Wallie Herzer, "Everybody Two Step" (Rag); George Botsford, "Hyacinth" (Rag); Percy Wenrich, "Rag Time Chimes" (Two Step); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "Universal Peace" (Military March Two Step);

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 13. 1st Mandolin or Violin, Piano. Pieces include: Henry I. Marhsall, "Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee"; Percy Wenrich, "Dimples"; Conrad and Whidden, "Down in Dear Old New Orleans"; Max Hoffmann, "The Gertrude Hoffmann Glide" (from "Broadway to Paris"); Jean Gilbert, "Good Bye Everybody" (from "A Modern Eve"); Ray Walker, "Good Night Nurse"; Edmund Eysler, "He Will Take Me to His Heart" (from "The Pretty Little Window"); Gus Edwards, "If I Were In Love With You"; Gus Edwards, "I'll Get You"; Bert Grant, "I'm the Guy"; Henry I. Marshall, "Malinda"; Henry I. Marshall, "My Little Lovin' Sugar Babe"; Anatol Friedland, "My Little Persian Rose" (from "A Persian Garden"); Anatol Friedland, "The Perfume of the Flowers"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Sunshine and Roses"; Berg Grant, "That Broadway Glide (from "Ziegfeld's Follies"); Egbert Van Alstyne, "That Old Girl of Mine"; Albert Gumble, "That Tinkling Tango Tune"; Gifford and Trevor, "When It's Apple Blossom Time in Normandy"; Albert Gumble, "When I Waltz with You"; Henry I. Marshall, "You Can't Stop Me From Loving You"; A. Seymour Brown, "You're a Great Big Blue Eyed Baby"; Uriel Davis, "The Dream Tango (La Conchita)" (Tango Argentino); Uriel Davis, "The Horse Trot" (American Dance); Billy Gaston, "In a Red Rose Garden" (Intermezzo); Fred W. Hager, "Scattering of the Roses" (Danse Parisienne); Goerge Botsford, "Silv'ry Bells" (Intermezzo Two Step); Abe Holzmann, "Spirit of Independence" (Military March and Two-Step); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "Valse Mauve" (Waltz).

Folder 5: The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection for 1st Mandolin - Remick's Orchestra Folio No. 4 for Piano Accompaniment, 1914-1919Add to your cart.

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 14. 1st Mandolin. Pieces include: Albert Gumble, "Adam and Eve Had a Wonderful Time"; Jean Briquet, "Adele" (from Opera) (Trot, One Step, March, Two Step); Jean Briquet, "Adele" (From Opera) (Valse Hesitation); Henry I. Marshall, "'Cross the Mason-Dixon Line"; George W. Meyer, "Daddy did a Wonderful Thing"; Henry I. Marshall, "Dinah"; Abe Holzmann, "First Love (Premier Amour)" (Valse Boston - Valse Hesitation); Albert Gumble, "Flow Along River Tennessee"; Grace Le Boy "The Good Ship Mary Ann"; Julius Lenzberg, "Hungarain Rag"; George Botsford, "I Want to Go Back to Dixie Land"; Briquet & Phillipp, "The Midnight Girl" (From Opera) (Trot, One Step, March Two Step); Henry I. Marshall, "Oh Mister Railroad Man Won't You Take Me Back to Alabam"; Grace Le Boy "Pass the Pickless" (Tango) (One Step Trot); Henry I. Marshall, "Please Leave Mama Dear"; Henry I. Marshall, "PIck Me a Rose"; Melville Morris, "Ragtime Regiment Band"; Albert Gumble, "Rebecca of Sunny-Brook Farm"; George Bostford, "Sailing Down the Chesapeke Bay"; Joseph M. Daly, "What D'ye Mean You Lost Yer Dog?"; Henry I. Marshall, "When It's Buzz Buzz Buzzin'-time in Bee Bee Bee-Town"; Gus Edwards, "When the Whole World Has Gone Back on You (Come To Me)"; Abe Holzmann, "The Whip" (March and Two-Step); Henry I. Marshall, "Willie Had a Motor Boat (Putt; Putt, Putt)"; Albert Gumble, "You're Never Too Old to Love"; Walter L. Slater, "Yucatango";

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 16. 1st Mandolin or Violin. Pieces include: Clare Kummer, "The Bars Are Down in Lover's Lane"; Charles L. Cooke, "Blame It on the Blues" (One or Two Step); Grace Le Boy, "Bring Along Your Dancing Shoes"; Herman Paley, "Dancing the Jelly Roll"; Henry Lodge, "Geraldine" (Valse Hesitation); Melville B. Kaufman, "Good Scout" (One Step, Two Step, or March); Richard A. Whiting, "It's Tulip Time in Holland (Two Lips Are Calling Me)"; George L. Cobb, "Listen to That Dixie Band"; Henry I. Marshall, "Loading Up the Mandy Lee"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Memories"; Henry E. Pether, "Molly Dear, It's You I'm After"; Julius Lenzberg, "Operatic Rag"; Mellor, Gifford, & Godfrey, "Save Your Kisses Till the Boys Come Home"; Henry Lodge, "Silver Fox" (A Raggy Fox Trot); Abe Olman, "Sooner or Latter You Will Cry I Want You"; Herman Paley, "The Sweetest Girl in Monerey"; Briquet & Philipp, "Teach Me Smile" (from "The Girl Who Smiles"); Herbert Spencer, "Underneath the Stars"; Murphy & Gumble, "The Wedding of the Sunshine and the Rose"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "When I Was a Dreamer";

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 17a. 1st Mandolin or Violin. Pieces include: Richard A. Whiting, "(They Made It Twice As Nice As Paradise) And They Called It Dixieland"; Henry I. Marshall, "An Old Fashioned Garden in Virginia"; A. Seymour Brown, "Chin Chin (Open Your Heart and Let Me In)" (Fox Trot); Herman Paley, "Come Back to Arizona"; Albert Gumble, "I Learn'd To Love You in Dreamland" (Waltz Song); Richard A. Whiting, "In the Valley of the Nile"; A. Seymour Brown, "Izzie Get Busy"; Melville Morris, "Kangaroo Hop" (Fox Trot); Egbert Van Alstyne, "Love Comes A-Stealing"; Biese & Klickmann, "The Murray Walk" (Fox Trot); Egbert Van Alstyne, "My Dreamy China Lady"; Henry I. Marshall, "No One But Your Dear Old Dad"; Charley Straight, "Red Raven Rag" (One Step); Merle Von Hagen, "Rosemary" (Waltzes); Herman Paley, "Sail on to Ceylon"; Albert Grumble, "That Midnight Frolic of Mine"; Jerome D. Kern, "They Didn't Believe Me"; E. M. Rosner, "Tinkle Bell" (Waltz); A. Seymour Brown, "You'll Always Be the Same Sweet Baby"; Stanley Murphy, "You'll Find a Little Bit of Ireland Everywhere";

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 17b. Mandolin Solo. Pieces include: Burtnett & Burke, "Down Honlulu Way" (Fox Trot); Henry I. Marshall, "If You Ever Get Lonely" (Fox Trot); Herbert Spencer, "In Old Brazil" (Fox Trot Song); Harry Tierney, "It's a Cute Little Way of My Own" (Fox Trot); Richard A. Whiting, "Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose" (Fox Trot); Vincent Rose, "Pozzo" (Fox Trot); Jackson & Van Alstyne, "Pretty Baby"; Melville Morris, "Tiddle De Winks" (Fox Trot); Albert Gumble, "What Are You Going to do To-morrow Evening?" (Fox Trot); Egbert Van Alstyne, "Whose Pretty Baby Are You Now?" (Fox Trot); Richard A. Whiting, "Coaling Up in Colon Town" (One Step March); Harry Tierney, "Happyland" (One Step March); Albert Gumble, "How's Every Little Thing in Dixie" (One Step March); Egbert Van Alstyne, "Just a Word of Sympathy" (One Step March); Harry Tierney, "Oh! I Want To Be Good But My Eyes Won't Let Me"; George Botsford, "On the Old Dominion Line" (One Step); Albert Gumble, "Welcome Honey to Your Old Plantation Home" (One Step); Dvorak - Danmark, "Humoreske" (Waltz); Herman E. Schultz, "Mon Jardin De Roses (My Rose Garden)" (Valse Hesitation); Julius Lenzberg, "Valse Inspiration"; Samuel S. Aronson, "Whispering Hearts" (Waltz); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "National Defense" (Military March); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "The Glad Girl" (Idyl);

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 19a. Guitar Accompaniment. PIeces include: Lee S. Roberts, "Smiles" (Fox Trot); Richard A. Whiting, "We'll Build a Rainbow in the Sky" (Fox Trot Intermezzo); Herbert Spencer, "Wondrous Eyes of Araby" (Fox Trot); Joe Rosey, "Out of the East" (Fox Trot); De Sylva, Kahn, & Johnson, "'N' Everything" (Fox Trot); Van, Schenck, & Franklin, "Ragtime Mose's Oldtime Boboshay" (Fox Trot); Albert Gumble, "There's a Lump of Sugar Down in Dixie" (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, "Jerry Mon Cheri" (Fox Trot); "Friscoe" & Martyn, "Peacock Strut" (Fox Trot); Egbert Van Alstyne, "You're in Style When You're Wearing a Smile" (One Step March); Mahoney & Flynn, "Bing! Bang! Bring 'Em on the Rhine" (One Step March); Herman Paley, "Cheer Up Father Cheer Up Mother" (One Step March); Richard A. Whiting, "Derby Day in Dixie" (One Step March); DeSylva, Kahn, & Jolson, "Ev'ry Mroning She Makes Me Late" (One Step March); Egbert Van Alstyne, "On the Road to Home Sweet Home" (One Step March); Harry Tierney, "My Little Service Flag Has Seven Stars" (One Step March); Stanley Murphy, "When We Meet in the Sweet Bye and Bye" (One Step March); Egbert Van Alstyne, "What Are You Going to Do to Help the Boys" (March One Step); Seneca G. Lewis, "Columbia" (March); Clare Kummer, "Bluebird" (Waltz); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "Liberty Waltz"; Henry Lodge, "Eveline (Geraldine's Sister)" (Valse Hesitation);

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 19b. Guitar Accompaniment. Pieces include: Van & Schenck, "In the Land Where Poppies Bloom" (Fox Trot); Lee S. Roberts, "You Don't Know" (Slow Fox Trot); Kahn & Jolson, "I'll Say She Does" (Fox Trot); Albert Gumble, "Mandy and Me" (Fox Trot); Albert W. Brown, "My Girl of Southland" (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, "Arya" (Intermezzo Fox Trot); Albert Gumble, "Tackin' 'Em  Down" (Fox Trot); Bud DeSylva, "She Was Not So Bad For a Country Girl"; Cooke & Whiting, "I've Got the Blude Ridge Blues" (Fox Trot); Sigmund Romberg, "My Baby-Talk Lady" (Fox Trot); Sigmund Romberg, "The Galli-Curci Rag"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Swingin' Along With Lindy"(Fox Trot); Harry Puck, "It's a Pretty Little Thing"; Richard A. Whiting, "I'll Love You More For Losing You a While" (Fox Trot); Egbert Van Alstyne, "I Can't Get Along Without You"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "It Might As Well Be You" (One Step March); Albert Gumble, "Give a Little Credit to the Navy" (One Step March); Egbert Van Alstyne, "For Your Boy and My Boy" (March One Step); Camille Robert, "Madelon" (One Step); Seneca G. Lewis, "Georgia Land" (Characteristic One Step); Jackson & DeSylva, "If She Means Waht I Think She Means" (One Step); Bud DeSylva, "But-After the Ball Was Over"; Case White, "The Canteen Canter" (Cantonment One Step); Richard A. Whiting, "Cotton Hollow Harmony" (One Step March); Richard A. Whiting, "Till We Meet Again" (Waltz); Lee S. Roberts, "Little Birch Canoe and You" (Waltz); H. B. Blanke, "Loyalty Waltz";

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 20a. Guitar Accompaniment. Pieces include: Egbert Van Alstyne, "I'll Wait For You"; Lee S. Roberts, "After All"; Walter Donaldson, "Some Sunny Day"; Albert Siegel, "Cry Baby"; Jean Schwartz, "Sahara (We'll Soon Be Dry Like You)"; Albert Jolson, "On the Road to Calais"; Van & Schenck, "You Cannot Shake That 'Shimmie' Here"; Ralph A. Foote, "O'er the Desert Wide"; Sigmund Romberg, "Monte Christo"; Richard A. Whiting, "You're Still An Old Sweetheart of Mine"; Don Traveline, "Come to Araby"; Harry Carroll, "Girls"; Richard A. Whiting, "Till We Meet Again"; Julius Lenzberg, "Moonlight on the Nile"; Louis Silvers, "I'm the Boy and I'm the Girl"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "My Choc'late Soldier Sammy Boy"; HArry Carroll, "A Little Drop of Irish and A Wee Bit of Scotch"; Bud De Sylva, "Oh Agnes"; Con Conrad, "My Little Sunshine"; Richard A. Whiting, "Salvaton Sal; Julius Lenzberg, "Razzle Dazzle"; Vincent Speciale, "La Guapa Muchacha"; Vincent Speciale, "The Pretty Maiden"; Kenbrovin & Kellette, "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Yesterdays"; Joseph E. Howard, "('Somehow') You're Just My Style"; Merle Von HAgen, "Persuasion";

Remick's Orchestra Folio, No. 4.  Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: O'Donnell & Smith, "My Pony Boy"; Albert Gumble, "When I Marry You"; Jack Norworth, "Shine on Harvest Moon"; Percy Wenrich, "Rainbow"; Le Boy & Botsford, "I Wish I Had a Girl"; George Botsford, "Black and White"; Anita Owen, "Daisies Won't Tell"; Albert Gumble "The 'Bolo' Rag"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Golden Arrow"; Clare Kummer, "Garden of Dreams"; Wenrich-Burt, "Naughty Eyes"; Williams, Van Alstyne, & Burt, "I Used to Be Afraid to Go Home in the Dark"; George Rosey, "An American Heiress"; Blanke-Belcher & Van Alstyne, "Honey Land"; Chapel & Dailey, "Longing"; Benjamin Hapgood Burt, "Dear Old Dear";Williams & Van Alstyne, "It Looks LIke a Big Night Tonight"; William McKenna, "Mandy Lane".

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Folder 1: The Remick Collection of Standard Mandolin Solos - Polonaise Militaire, 1902-1913Add to your cart.

The Remick Collection of Standard Mandolin Solos. Guitar. Pieces include: Henry Ghys, "Amaryllis" (Air de Louis XIII); E. Waldteufel, "Amour et Printemps" (Valse); Charles Gounod, "Ballet Scene" (from Faust); Jacques Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (from Tales of Hoffman); Pytro Tchaikovsky, "Barcarolle" (June); B. Godard, "Berceus" (from Jocelyn); A. Ilkinsky, " Berceuse" (Lullaby); Felix Mendelssohn, "Consolation" (Song Without Words); Leo Delibes, "Valse Lente" (from "Coppelia" Ballet); A. Monti, "Danse Caracteristique"; Ernest Gillet, "Entr'acte Gavotte"; Giuseppe Verdi, "Grand March" (from Aida); Johannes Brahms, "Hungarian Dance"; Thomas Franke,  "Intermezzo Russe"; Carl Bohm, "La Zingara" (Hungarian Dance); A. Bosc, "Marche des Petits Pierrots" (March of the Little Pierrots); Paul Dachs, "March of the Flower Girls" (Carnival); Richard, "Pilgrim's Chours" (from Tannhauser); Fredetic Chopin, "Polonaise" (Op. 40. No. 1); Ludowic, "Reve d'un Ange" (Romance); A. Kazanoff, "Russian Dance", Richard Wagner, "Song to the Evening Star" (from Tannhauser), Emanuel Bach, "Spring's Awakening" (Romance); Serradell, "Spanish Love Song"; Franz von Blon, "Through Battle to Victory" (March).

The Remick Collection of the World's Best Marches for Mandolin. 2nd Mandolin. Pieces include: F. Mario Costa, " 'A Frangesa" (March and Two Step); Unidentified, "American Medley March"; Unidentified, "College Medley March"; Giacomo Meyerbeer, "Coronation March" (from "The Prophet"); Philipp Fahrbach Jr., "Exhibition March" (Two Step); Charles Gounod, "Funeral March of a Marionette", Giuseppe Verdi, "Grand March" (from "Aida"); Unidentified, "Irish Medley March"; Charles Borel-Clerc, "La Sorella" (Spanish March); Unidentified, "March Militaire" (French Military March); Charles Gounod, "March from "Faust"" (Soldier's Chorus); Richard Wagner, "March from Tannhauser"; Franz Lehar, "The Merry Widow" (Two Step); R. Eilenberg, "Return of the Troops" (Two Step); Unidentified, "Scotch Medley March"; Franz von Blon, "Under the Banner of Victory" (March); J. F. Wagner, "Under the Double Eagle" (March); Johann Schrammel, "Vienna Forever" (March); Felix Mendelssohn, "War March of the Priests" (from "Athalie"); Richard Wagner, "Wedding March" (Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin"); Felix Mendelssohn, "Wedding March" (from "Midsummer Night's Dream").

Manuel Klein, "The Robins" (from "The Land of Birds"); Ethelbert Nevin, "The Rosary"; Victor G. Boehnlein, "Rosemary" (Mazurka); A. J. Weidt, "Pert and Pretty (Waltz); Benjamin M. Jerome, ""Royal Chef" Selections";

The Sam Fox Popular Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 4. 1st Mandolin or 1st Violin. Pieces include: Lionel Baxter, "Valse June" (Hesitation or Boston); George P. Howard, "Sam Fox Trot" (or Rag-Two Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "Co-ed" (March-Two Step); George A. Reeg, Jr., "Jubilee Rag" (A Cake Walk Two Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "Kissamee" (Indian Two Step or One Step); Lionel Baxter, "Valse Elaine" (Hesitation); William Leon Ames, "Melody Maids" (One Step or Two Step); Hal G. Nichols, "Black and Blue Rag"; J. S. Zamecnik, "Zumar" (Oriental) (March-Two Step); Jessie L. Deppen, "Skylark" (Hesitation Waltz); J. S. Zamecnik, "La Petite Coquette" (The Little Flirt; One Step or Two Step); R. M. Stults, "The Birds Ball" (Schottische); C. A. Grimm, "Famabella" (A Spanish Waltz); Hal G. Nichols, "Harmony Rag" (Two Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "The Amazon March" (Two Step).

The Sam Fox Popular Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 5. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: J. S. Zamecnik, "All America" (March); Mel B. Kaufman, "Listen to This" (One Step); Lionel Baxter, "Valse Annette"; Mel B. Kaufman, "Introdue Me" (Fox Trot); Dorothy Lee, "Simplicity" (One Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "Milady" (Three Step); Will T. Pierson, "Ragamuffin Rag" (One Step or Two Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "The Last Farewell" (Waltz); J. S. Zamecnik, "Ole Virginny" (One Step); Theodore O. Taubert, "The Hunt Club" (Fox Trot),; Lionel Baxter, "Captain Betty" (One Step-Two Step); R. B. Brewer, "Student Days" (March-Two Step).

C. W. Krogmann, "Santa Clause Guards" (March); A. Corbin, "Santiago" (Spanish Waltz);

Ascher's Scotch Dance Folio for Orchestra. 1st Violin Mandolin or C Melody Saxophone. Pieces include: Emil Ascher, "Coming Thro' the Rye" (Intro: "Blue Bells of Scotland" and "Auld Lang Syne") (Medley Waltz); Emil; Ascher, "Annie Laurie" (Intro: "The Scottish Blue Bells") (Waltz Medley); Emil Ascher, "The Campbells are Comin'" (Intro: O Whistle, and I'll Come to You My Lad") (Medley Waltz); Emil Ascher, "Within a Mile of Edinborotown" (Intro: "Ye Banks and Brais", "O' Bonnie Doon") (Medley Waltz); Emil Ascher,  "Bonnie Dundee" (Intro: "Come O'er the Stream, Charlie") (Medley Waltz); Emil Ascher, "A Highland Lad My Love Was Born" (Intro: "My Love She's But a Lassie Yet", "Green Grow the Rashes", "What's a' the Steer, Kimmer") (Medley Two Step); Emil Ascher,  "The Yellow-Hair'd Laddie" (Intro: "Farewell to Lochhaber". Mazurka-Three Step-Redowa); Emil Ascher, "O, Charlie Is My Darling" (Intro: "Fishers Hornpipe", "There's Nae Luck About the House") (Medley Two Step); Harry Lauder, , "Jean McNeil" (Intro: That's the Reason Noo I Wear a Kilt) (March and Two Step); Emil Ascher, "Scotland for Ever" (Lancers); Emil Ascher, "Caledonian" (Medley Quadrille); Emil Ascher, "Petronella" (Cantra Dance); Emil Ascher, "Highland Scotch No. 1 and Virginia Reels"; Emil Ascher, "Highland Scotch No. 2 and Virginia Reels"; J. H. Ellis, "The Bonnie Brier Bush" (Intro: "Annie Laurie" and "Robin Adair") (Characteristic Two-Step March), Emil Ascher, "5 Scotch Songs" ("Within a Mile of Edinburghtown", "Annie Laurie", "The Blue Bells of Scotland", "Comin' through the Rye", and "Auld Lang Syne").

Harry J. Lincohn, "Scotland Bells" (Waltzes); Carl Loveland, "Going Some" (March Two Step); George L. Cobb, "Send Me a Line" (One-Step or Two-Step); Frederic Chopin, "Polonaise Militaire".

Folder 2: Seranade d'Amour - Smith's Hawaiian Melodies, No. 1, 1901-1920Add to your cart.

Franz von Blon, "Serenade d'Amour"; Thomas S. Allen, "The Battle Royal" (March and Two-Step); Olivier Metra, "La Serenade" (Valse Espagnole); Moszkowsky, "Serenata"; Johannes Brams, "Hungarian Dance, No. 7"; Harry Armstrong, "Shaky Eyes" (March and Two-Step); E. van Alstyne, "Shoulder Straps" (March Two Step); John h. Davies, "Shoulder to Shoulder" (March); Fr. Thome, "Simple Aveu" (Simple Confession); Raymond Howe, "Sissy Giggles" (Characteristic March); Lester W. Keith, "Skidoo" (Characteristic March); Victor Sullig, "Souplesse" (Valse Hesitation);

Smith's All Star Mandolin Folio, No. 4. Mandolin Obligato. Pieces include: Walter T. Holt, "Moonglade", s. Cusenza, "Stat Light" (Serenade), William J. Smith, "Harmony" (March); S. Cusenza, ""Sun Set" March"; William Lange, "Dainty Butterfly"; S. Cusenza, ""May Flower" Waltz"; S. Cusenza, "The Winner" (Fox Trot); Edward Cox, "Western Breezes" (Waltz Reverie); S. Cusenza, "Dance of the Stilts"; S. Cusenza, "The Old Parlor Clock" (Tic-Toc); S. Cusenza, "Beautiful Spring" (Waltz); S. Cusenza, ""Hiram" Overture".

Smith's Hawaiian Melodies, No. 1. Mandolin Solo. Pieces include: Kamiki, "An Hawaiian Frolic"; Harry J. Clarke, "The Belle of Hawaiia" (Song); Harry J. Clarke, "Dance of the Lei Girls" (Hula); Harry J. Clarke, "A Garland of Lehua" (Hawaiian Hula); Harry J. Clarke, "Hawaiian Beauty" (March); Harry J. Clarke, "Hawaiian Butterfly" (Song); Harry J. Clarke, "Hawaiian Rosebud" (Love Song); Unidentified, "Hilo March"; William J. Smith, "A Kentucky Barbecue"; Unidentified, "Kilima Waltz"; Kamiki and Clarke, "Mahina" (Moon Song); Unidentified, "One, Two, Three, Four"; Kamiki, "Pali Waltz"; Unidentified, "Ua Like No Like"; Unidentified, "Sweet Lei Lehua"; Kamiki, "Wai Lanamalie"; Kamiki, "Hawaiian Love Song"; Harry J. Clarke, "Wild Flowers" (Hawaiian Love Song).

Folder 3: Smith's Hawaiian Melodies, No. 1 - Smith's Two Hundred Old Favorites for Mandolin and Violin, 1922-1924Add to your cart.

Smith's Hawaiian Melodies, No. 1. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Kamiki, "An Hawaiian Frolic"; Harry J. Clarke, "The Belle of Hawaiia" (Song); Harry J. Clarke, "Dance of the Lei Girls" (Hula); Harry J. Clarke, "A Garland of Lehua" (Hawaiian Hula); Harry J. Clarke, "Hawaiian Beauty" (March); Harry J. Clarke, "Hawaiian Butterfly" (Song); Harry J. Clarke, "Hawaiian Rosebud" (Love Song); Unidentified, "Hilo March"; William J. Smith, "A Kentucky Barbecue"; unidetified, "Kilima Waltz"; Kamiki and Clarke, "Mahina" (Moon Song); Unidentified; "One, Two, Three, Four"; Kamiki, "Pali Waltz"; Unidentified, "Ua Like No Like"; Unidentified, "Sweet Lei Lehua"; Kamiki, "Wai Lanamalie"; Kamiki, "Hawaiian Love Song"; Harry J. Clarke, "Wild Flowers" (Hawaiian Love Song).

Smith's Hawaiian Melodies, No. 2. 1st Mandolin (Solo). Pieces include: William J. Smith, "Dance of the Fairies"; Unidentified, "When You and I Were Young Maggie" (Butterfield); Unidentified, "Aloha Oe"; Unidentified, "Kohala March"; William Foden, "Hawaiian Flower" (Polka-March); S. C. Foster, "My Old Kentucky Home"; Unidentified, "Forget Me Not"; Unidentified, "Honolulu March"; William Foden, "With Thee" (Mexican Danza); Unidentified, "Maui Girl" (Waltz); Unidentified, "Hawaiian Waltz".

Smith's Two Hundred Old Favorites for Mandolin and Violin. Guitar and Piano Accompaniments. Pieces include: Foster, "Massa's In the Cold Ground"; Foster, "Oh! Susanna"; Foster, "Some Folks"; Foster, "Old Folks at Home"; Foster, "My Old Kentucky Home"; Foster, "Uncle Ned"; Foster, "Old Black Joe"; Foster, "Hard Times Come Again No More"; Foster, "Nelly Was a Lady"; Foster, "De Camptown Races"; Foster, "Old Dog Tray"; Unidentified, "Minstrel Boy" (Irish); Unidentified, "Speed the Plow"; Montrose, "My Darling Clementine"; Unidentified, "Dear Evelina"; Unidentified, "Old King Cole"; Unidentified, "Liza Jane"; Unidentified, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"; Unidentified, "Climb Up, Chillun, Climb"; Unidentified, "Little Brown Jug"; Carey, "Sally In Our Alley"; E. Christy, "Carry Me Back to Ole Virginny"; Unidentified, "The Old Cabin Home"; Unidentified, "So Early In the Morning"; Unidentified, "Sweet Lei Lehua" (Hawaian); Unidentified, "One, Two, Three, Four" (Hawaiian); Unidentified, "Forget Me Not" (Hawaiian); Kamiki, "On the Beach"; William J. Smith, "Longing for Hawaiia"; William J. Smith, "Kamiki March"; Unidentified, "Pins and Needles"; William J. Smith and S. Cusenza, "Hawaiian Islands Waltz"; Unidentified, "Old Fiddler's Corner"; J. A. Bland, "Oh! Dem Golden Slippers"; S. Cusenza, "Bonjour Polka"; Unidentified, "Clog and Reel Medley"; Unidentified, "Jig Medley"; Unidentified, "Turkey in the Straw"; Unidentified, "Soldier's Joy" (Hornpipe); Unidentified, "Arkansas Traveler"; Unidentified, "Waltz Medley"; Unidentified, "College Stunts" (Can Be Played As a Medley); Unidentified, "O Du Lieber Augustin" (College Song); Unidentified, "Fourty-Nine Bottles" (College Song); Unidentified, "Solomon Levi" (College Song); Unidentified, "Hail Pennsylvania" (College Song); Unidentified, " Peanut Song" (College Song); Unidentified, "Polly-Wolly Doodle" (College song); Unidentified, "Dutch Warbler" (College Song); Unidentified, "Good Night, Ladies" (College Song); Unidentified, "Upidee" (College Song); Unidentified, "My Bonnie" (College Song); Unidentified, "Soldier's Farewell" (College Song); Unidentified, "Hoop de Dooden do" (College Song); Unidentified, "Billy Boy" (College Song); Unidentified, "Nelly Bly" (College Song); Unidentified, "Angelina Baker" (College Song); Keppel, "Robin Adair"; Unidentified, "Old Rosin, The Beau"; Unidentified, "Landlor, Fill the Flowing Bowl"; Unidentified, "Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes" (Old English); C. W. Glover, "Do They Think of Me at Home?"; Thomas Moore, "Those Endearing Young Charms"; Hall, "Ever of Thee"; Unidentified, "How Can I Leave Thee" (German Song); Blamphin, "Whne the Corn is Waving"; Septimus Winner, "Listen to the Mocking Bird"; Unidentified, "Home Again"; Unidentified, "Old Oaken Bucket"; Unidentified, "Nellie Gray"; Unidentified, "Jingle Bells"; J. K. Emmet, "Emmet's Lullaby"; Unidentified, "Juanita"; Unidentified, "Carve dat Possum"; Unidentified, "Bonny Eloise"; Unidentified, "When You and I Were Young, Maggie"; Unidentified, "Coming Through the Rye"; Unidentified, "Carnival of Venice"; Unidentified, "The Quality Party"; Claribel, "Take Back the Heart"; Ascher, "Alice Where Art Thou?"; Abt., "When the Swallows Homeward Fly"; Samuel Lover, "The Low Back'd Car"; Unidentified, "Ring, Ring De Banjo"; Hendrickson, "Spanish Cavalier"; Unidentified, "Hi-Le, Hi-Lo"; Unidentified, "O Come, Come Away"; Unidentified, "Just Before the Battle, Mother"; Unidentified, "Girl I Left Behind Me"; Unidentified, "Marching Through Georgia"; Unidentified, "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp"; Unidentified, "Hail Columbia"; Unidentified, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"; Unidentified, "Rally Round the Flag"; Unidentified, "Maryland"; Howe, "Battle Cry of Freedom"; Emmet, "Dixie Land"; A. Becket, "Red, White and Blue"; Kittredge, "Tenting To-Night"; Unidentified, "Captain Jinks"; Unidentified, "Yankee Doodle"; Unidentified, "America"; Key, "The Star Spangled Banner"; Unidentified, "The Marseillaise" (French); Unidentified, "St. Patrick's Day" (Irish); Unidentified, "Wacht Am Rhine" (German); Unidentified, "Men of Harlech" (Welsh); Unidentified, "The Blue Bells of Scotland" (Scotch); Unidentified, "Japanese National Hymn"; Unidentified, "La Brabangonne" (Belgian); Unidentified, "Mariner's Medley"; Lady Scott, "Annie Laurie"; Nelson Kneass, "Ben Bolt"; Robert Burns, "Auld Lang Syne"; Claribel, "Come Back to Erin"; Unidentified, "Irish Lilting Song"; Unidentified, "Rock-a-Bye Baby"; Unidentified, "Wearing of the Green"; Unidentified, "Long! Long Ago"; Unidentified, "Home Sweet Home"; Unidentified, "Last Rose of Summer"; F. N. Crouch, "Kathleen Mavourneen"; Unidentified, "Killarney"; Unidentified, "The Harp That Once Through Tara's Hall"; Unidentified, "Plantation Melodies"; Unidentified, "Echoes From the South"; Unidentified, "Ellie Rhee"; Unidentified, "Vivi L'Amour"; Unidentified, "Oh! You Little Darling"; Unidentified, "Sweet Bye and Bye"; Unidentified, "Joy to the World" (Christmas Carol); Mason, "Work, For the Night is Coming"; Lowry, "Shall We Gather at the River"; Dana, "Flee as a Bird"; Marsh, "Jesus, Lover Of My Soul"; Mason, "Nearer My God to Thee"; Hastings, "Rock of Ages"; Doxology, "Old Hundred"; Mason, "There is a Happy Land"; W. H. Monk, "Abide With Me"; S. Webbe, "Come, Ye Disconsolate"; W. H. Monk, "Son of My Soul"; Unidentified, "Wenoah" (Old Hymn); Bradbury, "Sweet Hour of Prayer"; Rubinstein, "Melody in F"; Koschat, "Forsaken"; Unidentified, "De Kingdom Comin'"; Unidentified, "Schubert's Serenade"; Unidentified, "Meerschaum Pipe" (College); William Foden, "Peerless March"; William H. Bordwell, "On the Campus" (March); Oliver F. Bitting, "Smiling Rose Schottische"; S. Cusenza, "Kentucky Rose" (Waltz); Unidentified, "Wailana Waltz" (Drowsy Waltz); Kamiki, "Hawaiian Mountain Waltz"; Balfe, "Then You'll Remeber Me" (Bohemian Girl); Robert Schumann, "Traumerei".

Folder 4: Smoky Mokes - Spirit of Freedom, 1894-1919Add to your cart.

A. Holzmann, "Smoky Mokes" (Cake Walk and Two Step); Thomas S. Allen, "Solaret" (Queen of Light) (Valse Ballet); Harry Temple, "Somewhere in Erin" (One-Step); George L. Cobb, "Ladder of Love" (Waltz); Nikolai rimsky-Korsakow, "A Song of India" (from the Legend "Sadko"); C. W. Krogmann, "Song of the Sea Shell"; L. Gallini, "La Sorella" (March);

The Sousa March Folio Containing the Famous Marches of John Philip Sousa. Piano Accopaniment. Pieces include: "El Capitan" (March); "King Cotton" (March); "The Charlatan" (March); "Manhattan Beach March"; "The Man Behind the Gun" (March); "The Liberty Bell March"; "Hail to the Spirit of Liberty March"; "The Bride-Elect" (March); "Congress Hall March"; "The White Plume March"; "Yorktown's Centennial March"; "The Directorate" (March).

Harry J. Lincoln, "A Southern Dream" (Waltzes); F. Drdla, "The Souvenir"; George L. Lansing, "The Darkies' Patrol"; Louis Tocaben, "Souveniers de Naples" (Fantaisie); H. Engelmann, "Spanish Dance"; Paul Eno, "Spanish Gaiety" (Bolero); Abe Losch, "Spirit of Freedom" (March and Two Step).

Folder 5: Spooks - Thoughts of Glory, 1897-1921Add to your cart.
George L. Cobb, "Spooks" (Eccentric Novelty); Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, "Spring Song"; H. Kennedy, "Star of Hope" (Reverie); A. Montanelli, "The Standard Bearer" (Il Porta Baniera); John Philip Sousa, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" (March); Fred S. Stone, "Sue" (Characteristic March and Two Step); L. P. Laurendeau, "Stony Point" (March); Van L. Farrand, "The Story-Teller Waltzes"; Chueca y Valverde, "The Swallows" (Los Golondrinas) (Waltz);  Albert Perfect, "Swedish Fest March"; George Muder, "Sweet Lullaby" (Waltz); Jno. T. Sibley, "Swell Special March"; ethel Barns, "Swing Song" (L'Escarpolette); William C. Stahl, "The Talisman" (March and Two Step); Charles L. Johnson, "A Tally-Ho Party" (March Two-Step); Victor Herbert, "The Tattooed Man" (Selections); J. B. Mullen, "That's How I Love You Mame"; Giuseppe Bistolfi, "Thoughts of Glory March".
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Folder 1: Topeka - Il Travatore, 1892-1910Add to your cart.
Harry W. Jones, "Topeka"; M. Richmond, "The Town Tattler" (March); R. Schumann, "Traumerei" (Reverie); G. Verdi, "La Traviata"; F. H. Losey, "Triumphant America" (March); W. L. Dewey, "Triumphant Uncle Sam"; G. Verdi, "Selections from Il Trovatore"; G. Verdi, "Il Trovatore" arranged by S. S. Weeks, E. S. Thomas, W. F. Ambrosio, J. A. Le Barge.
Folder 2: Under the Double Eagle - Vandersloot Mandolin and Guitar Folio for Guitar Accompaniment, 1903-1924Add to your cart.

J. F. Wagner, "Under the Double Eage" (March); Franz Von Blon, "Under the Flag of Victor" (March); Thomas Roosevelt, "Under the Stars and Stripes" (March); A. R. Montaine, "Up in a Swing" (Reverie); Nicomede-Loar, "The U.S. Army Band" (Military March); E. Mutchler, "U-Te-Zer" (A Rag Two-Step); Thomas S. Allen, "Step Lively" (March and Two Step); A. Margis, "Valse Bleu"; Phillip Lumbye, "Valse Boston"; M. L. Lake, "Valse Pathetique"; P. Tschaikowsky, "Valse des Fleurs (from The Nutcracker Suite)" (Casse Noisette);

Vandersloot Mandolin and Guitar Folio No. 2. 2nd Mandolin. Pieces include: F. H. Losey, "Parade of the Humming Birds" (March and Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "Nuptial" (Waltzes); F. H. Losey, "Merry Moments" (Quadrille of Lanciers); F. H. Losey, "Sun Flower" (Three Step); F. H. Losey, "Jolly Sweethearts" (Intermezzo - Two Step); F. H. Losey, "The 74th Regiment Band March"; Harry J. Lincoln, "Tri-Slate" (March and Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "Whispering Waves" (Waltzes), C. E. Vandersloot, "Mid-Summer Waltzes"; C. E. Duble, "Salute to Williamsport" (March), Harry J. Lincoln, "Vallamont" (From Valley and Mountain) (Reverie); F. H. Losey, "Under the Palms" (Waltzes); John Hazel, "March - 'Ole Huskie'" (Reel Medley), C. D. Henninger, "Cuban Independence" (March); Herman V. Yeager, "King of Good Fellows" (March & Two-Step), F. H. Losey, "Charity Ball" (Waltzes); Louis L. Comstock, "On the Firing Line" (March); Harry J. Lincoln, "Salute to America" (March & Two Step); C. D. Henninger, "Constitution" (March and Two Step);F. H. Losey, "Grenadier Guards" (March); Caird M. Vandersloot, "Japan's Triumphal March" (Two Step), Abe Losch, "The Joker" (March & Two Step);

Vandersloot Mandolin and Guitar Folio No. 4. 2nd Mandolin. Pieces include: Abe Losch, "The Four Aces" (March & Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Tournament" (March & Two Step); C. F. Zerbe, "Sounds From the Valley" (Waltzes); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Observatory" (March & Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "Nippono" (Intermezzo Two Step or March); C. E. Vandersloot, "L.A.W." (Waltzes); L. Frank Miller, "A Royal Prince" (March - Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Vandersloot's Bomb" (Medley Overture); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Fire Master" (March and Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Capitola March"; C. D. Henninger, "Reciprocity" (March & Two Step); Lee Orean Smith, "King Crap" (Characteristic March or Cake Walk); Lee Orean Smith, "After All" (Waltz); Lee Orean Smith, "When A Lady Leads the Band (March - Two Step); C. M. Vandersloot, "Last Days of Pompeii" (March and Two Step); F. H. Losey "March 'Astaroth'";

The Vandersloot Mandolin and Guitar Folio No. 6. Guitar Accomaniment. PIeces include: Abe Losch, "A Full Hand" (March - Two Step); Abe Losch, "A Royal Flush" (March - Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Crater" (March Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Dream Visions" (Waltzes); F. H. Losey, "Electric Wizard" (March Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "Evening Thoughts" (Waltzes); Charles L. Johnson, "Golden Spider" (Rag) (March - Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "Homeland" (Waltzes); F. H. Losey, "Hearts Haven" (Waltzes); Donald Garcia, "Jack Rabbit" (Rag); Abe Losch, "King of the Forest" (March - Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Lost Phase" (Waltzes); F. H. Losey, "The Magie Mirror" (Waltzes); Harry J. Lincoln, "Midnight Special" (March - Two Step); Charles C. Sweeley, "Our Band" (March - Two Step), Harry J. Lincoln, "Our Victorious Nation" (March -  Galop); Harry J. Lincoln, "Pony Maid" (Romanza - Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Prince Charming" (A La Gavotte); F. H. Losey, "Starland" (Serenade); Lee Orean Smith, "There's A Charm About the Old Love Still (Medley Waltz); F. H. Losey, "Thesis" (Barn Dance); Carl Loveland, "Thunder and Lightning" (March Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "Vesuvius" (March - Two Step).

Folder 3: Vandersloot Mandolin and Guitar Folio for 1st Mandolin - Whirl Schottische, 1895-1923Add to your cart.

The Vandersloot Mandolin and Guitar Folio No. 8. 1st Mandolin (or 1st Violin), 2nd Mandolin. Pieces include: Harry J. Lincoln, "Capitlol City" (March - Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Lurking Cupid" (Waltzes); Harry J. Lincoln, "Schoolmates" (March - Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "Garden of Sunshine" (Serenade); Charles C. Sweeley, "Lu Lu Band" (March - Two Step); Charles Cohen, "Fashion Rag"; Reba Vandersloot, "Maryland" (Waltzes); Harry J. Lincoln, "I - X- L" (March - Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Silvery Stars" (Three - Step), Harry J. Lincoln, "Sunlight and Love" (Waltzes); F. H. Losey, "Tanglefoot Rag"; Abe Losch, "King of Hearts" (March Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Queen of the Valley" (Waltzes); Charles C. Sweeley, "Ringgold" (March - Two - Step), Harry J. Lincoln, "Dixie" (A Red Caprice); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Circuit" (March - Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Killarney Waltzes" (Syncopated); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Focus" (March Two Step); Charles Cohen, "Riverside Rag";

C. S. De Lano, "La Veta Schottische"; E. Waldteufel, "Violettes" (Waltzes);

The Victor Mandolin Collection Volume 2 and Piano Part. Mandolin Solo. Pieces include: J. Sancho, "Among the Palms" (Entre Palmeras) (Danza); S. Adelstein, "'Bella' Mazurka" (E. Waldteufel); D. Tipaldi, "Belle of Cleveland Valse"; Johnnie Donigan, "Bonitas Caras (Pretty Faces)" (Spanish Mazurka); J. Sancho, "La Coqueta (The Coquette)" (Polka); J. Donigan, "Diamond Serenade"; LeBarge, "Entre Acte (Between Acts)" (Medley); J. Donigan, "Flower Girl Gavotte"; J. Donigan, "Farewell My Love Waltzes" (Adieu Ma Belle); G. Cipolloni, "Luna Waltz"; J. Donigan, "La Luna Brillante Danza (The Brilliante Moond Dance)"; C. E. Pmeroy, "Marche De La Garde Royale"; J. Sancho, "Mischief" (Travesuras) (Polka); J. Sancho, "Pasionaria (Passion Flower)" (Danza); Samuel Adelstein, "Pomponnette" (Durand); G. Cipolloni, "Rosina Mazurka"; J. Sancho, "Susanita" (Polka); C. E. Pomeroy, "El Vacquero Galop"; C. E. Pomeroy, "Valse Romantique"; J. A. Le Barge, "Tally Ho" (Two Step)l J. A. Le Barge, "Varsity Club March";

Ellen Wright, "Violets"; Paul Dresser, "The Voice of the Hudson"; Vogel, "Vogel Waltz"; George L. Lansing, "When Dixie Smiles"; Maurice Levi, "When Reuben Comes to Town"; Walter Jacobs, "Whirl Schottische".

Folder 4: Whitner Warner Mandolin and Guitar Folio for Piano Accompaniment - Who's Who in Navy Blue, 1904-1928Add to your cart.

Whitney-Warner Mandolin & Guitar Folio No. 3. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Egbert Van Alstyne, "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "In Dear Old Georgia"; Jean Schwartz, "My Irish Molly O"; W. C. Powell, "The Troubadour" (Intermezzo Two Step); Kendis & Paley, "Won't You Fondle Me"; Thomas W. Kelley, "My Sweet Little Caraboo"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "My Hindoo Man"; Neil Moret, "Moonlight" (A Serenade); Egbert Van Alstyne, "Back, Back, Back to Baltimore"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Bright Eyes, Good Bye"; Neil Moret, "Poppies" (A Japanese Romance); Jean Schwartz, "My Irish Indian"; Jean Schwartz, "The Radium Dance"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "A-SA-MA" (Two Step - Intermezzo); W. C. Powell, "Bubbles" (March - Two Step);J. B. Mullen, "Under a Panama"; H. B. Blanke, "My Lady of the North" (Waltzes); J. Lawrence Ritchie, "A Bashful Bachelor" (A Congo Serenade); Jean Schwartz, "Birds of a Feather Flock Together"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Down in the Subway"; H. B. Blanke, "Fare Thee Well Annabelle", L. V. Gustin, "In Love's Garden" (Waltzes);

Whitney-Warner Mandolin & Guitar Folio No. 8. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Charley O'Donnell, "My Pony Boy"; Anita Owen, "Daisies Won't Tell"; Grace Le Boy, "I Wish I Had a Girl"; Albert Gumble, "Lady Love"; Johann C. Schmid, "The Garden of Roses"; Johann C. Schmid, "Moon Bird" (An Indian Love Song); J. Hayden-Clarendon, "If I Had the World to Give You"; Percy Wenrich, "Dublin Daisies"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "I Want Somebody to Play With"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Then We'll All Go Home"; Albert Gumble, "Can't You See"; Max Goldstein, "Stingy Kid"; Jean Schwartz, "Honey on Our Honeymoon", Benjamin Hapgood Burt, "Alexander Jones"; Geroge Botsford, "Old Crow Rag"; Edward Buffington, "Floating Along" (Romanza Two-Step); Charles L. Johnson, "Tobasco" (Rag-Time Waltz); Neil Moret, "The Classic Rag"; Clare Kummer, "I Wonder if It's True"; John L. Golden, "Yoo-La! Dear Old Spain"; Clarence M. Chapel, "Longing For You Sweetheart"; Christopher Smith, "Trans-mag-ni-fi-can-bam-dam-i-al-i-ty"; W. C. Powell, "Sweet Violets" (Intermezzo Two Step); Louis Tocaben, "Standard American Airs" (A Medley Overture);

Whitney-Warner Mandolin Collection No. 12. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include:J. Caldwell Atkinson, "By the Light of the Jungle Moon"; Bert Grant, "Creatore"; Nathaniel D. Ayer, "Daddy"; Nathaniel D. Ayer "Gee! But I Like Music With My Meals"; Nathaniel D. Ayer, "Honeymoon Love"; Johann C. Schmid, "The Hour That Gave Me You"; Neil Moret, "The Island of Roses and Love"; Nathaniel D. Ayer "If You Talk in Your Sleep Don't Mention My Name"; Johann C. Schmid, "If the Garden of Roses Should Change to Thorns"; Alfred J. Lawrence, "I Like Your Apron and Your Bonnet and Your Little Quaker Gown"; Henri Bereny, "Love Never Dies"; Percy Wenrich, "Moonlight Bay"; Kahn & Le Boy, "The Month of June is a Song of Love"; Gus Edwards, "On a Beautiful Night With a Beautiful Girl"; Nathaniel D. Ayer, "Oh You Beautiful Doll"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Oh That Navajo Rag"; Charles N. Daniels, "The Only Pal I Ever Had Came from Frisco Town"; Percy Wenrich, "The Skeleton Rag"; Bert Grant, "The Trolley Car Swing"; Albert Gumble, "Somebody Else Will I You Don't"; Bert Grant, "Under the Love Tree"; Bert Grant, "When You're Away"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "When I Was Twenty One and You Were Sweet Sixteen"; Nathaniel D. Ayer, "You're My Baby"; J. Bodewalt Lampe, "Universal Peace" (Military March and Two Step); Neil Moret, "After Vespers" (A Twilight Meditation); Neil Moret, "Brides and Butterflies" (Waltzes); Charles F. Johnson, "Cum Bac" (Rag); Wallie Herzer, "Everybody Two Step" (Rag); George Botsford, "Hyacinth" (Rag); Percy Wenrich, "Rag Time Chimes";

John Philip Sousa, "Who's Who in Navy Blue".

Folder 5: Wiegenlied - Zephyrs from Melodyland, 1899-1929Add to your cart.

M. Hauser, "Wiegenlied" (Cradle song); Henri Wieniawski, "Kuiawiak" (A Polish National Dance); A. J. Weidt, "Wild Flowers" (Schottische); G. Rossini "William Tell Overture"; Goerge Thornton, "Will I See Them"; Isidor Heidenreich, "Winona: A Wigwam Wooing";

W.M.C. Stahl's Concert Repertoire Album. Pieces include: James H. Johnstone, "The Morning Telegraph" (March); W. R. Williams, "Dirfting" (Waltz - Song); Thomas J. Armstrong, "Persian Princess" (Overture); William C. Stahl, "Zyra" (Tango Fox Trot); George L. Spaulding, "A Hen on the Nest" (A Barnyard Travesty); Cora Salisbury, "Ghost Dance" (Dance Descriptive); Charles Miller, "Medley Overture of National Songs"; Herschel Henlere, "Kismet" (An Arabian Fox Trot); Charles L. Johnson, "The Blushing Rose" (Serenade); W. T. Purdy, "On Wisconsin!" (March Song);

Thomas Allen, "Wonderland Waltz"; Harry Von Tilzer, "Won't You Roll Dem Eyes"; A. J. Weidt, "Woodland Dreams"; A. J. Weidt, "Wood Nymph's Dream"; H. J. Crosby, "Magnificent March"; A. J. Weidt, "Yankee Dandy";

C. W. Krogmann, Zephyrs from Melodyland Op. 15. PIeces include: "The Little Prince" (Valse); "Santa Claus Guards" (March); "Song of the Sea Shell"; The Rainbow Fairy" (Mazurka); "Leola Waltz"; "Primrose Dance" (Polka); "The Little Patriot" (March); "The Pony Race" (Galop); "Vesper Bells"; "The Merry Bobolink"; "Evening Song"; "The Robin's Lullaby" (Waltz).

Sub-Series 2: Method BooksAdd to your cart.
Untitled materials have been arranged at the beginning.
Box 38Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Easy Mandolin Method - The Bickford Method for Mando-Cello, 1913-1920Add to your cart.

Easy Mandolin Method;

Unidentified Method. (Aubrey Stauffer's Method?);

A. C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studies for the Mandolin, Group No. 2;

The Bickford Method for Mando-Cello.

Folder 2: Christofaro Method for Mandolin - Duo Primer: A Collection of America's, England's, Scotland's, and Ireland's Best Songs for Unaccompanied Mandolin with Preparatory Exercises, 1894-1909Add to your cart.

Christofaro Method for Mandolin;

Christofaro's Mandolin, vol. 1;

Duo Primer: A Collection of America's, England's, Scotland's, and Ireland's Best Songs for Unaccompanied Mandolin with Preparatory Exercises.

Folder 3: The First Step: How to Play the Mandolin - The Mel Bay Mandolin Method, vol. 2, 1901-1969Add to your cart.

Mario de Pietro, The First Step: How to Play the Mandolin;

Giuseppe Branzoli's Theoretical and Practical Method for the Mandolin;

The Mel Bay Mandolin Method, vol. 2.

Folder 4: Modern System of Plectrum's Mechanism, 1907Add to your cart.
Modern System of Plectrum's Mechanism.
Box 39Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Moyer's Universal Duo Method for the Mandolin, Book 2 - Odell Method for the Mandolin, Book 2, 1905-1919Add to your cart.

Moyer's Universal Duo Method for the Mandolin, Book 2;

National Self Teacher for Mandolin;

Newton's Conservatory Methods;

Odell Method for the Mandolin, Book 2.

Folder 2: Odell Method for the Mandolin, Book 3 - Peate's Quick Action, Book 1, 1906-1934Add to your cart.

Odell Method for the Mandolin, Book 3;

Peate's Quick Action, Book 1. Mandolin or Banjo Mandolin.

Folder 3: The Singer Method for the Mandolin - Weidt's Chord System for Mandola, 1900-1921Add to your cart.

The Singer Method for the Mandolin: A Complete Course of Instruction from the Rudiments through the Positions;

"Wiedt's Chord System" (Assorted Lessons) (Tenor-Banjo or Mandolin);

A. J. Weidt, "Wiedt's Elementary Studies for Tenor Mandola" (The Marionettes' Frolic).

Folder 4: Weidt's Elementary Studies, Book 1 - The William Place Jr. Method for the Mandolin, vol. 3, 1902-1921Add to your cart.

Weidt's Elementary Studies, Book 1. (1st and 2nd Mandolin);

Weidt's Elementary Studies, Book 2. (1st and 2nd Mandolin; Solo Tenor Mandola and Tenor Banjo);

Weidt's Elementary Studies, Book 3. (1st and 2nd Mandolin);

Weidt's Elementary Studies, Book 5. (1st and 2nd Mandolin);

The William Place Jr. Method for the Mandolin, vol. 3.

Series 4: Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books, 1900-1960Add to your cart.
Consists of sheet music and method books for the tenor, plectrum, and five-string banjo published between 1900 and 1960. Arranged into two separate subseries for sheet music an method books. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Sub-Series 1: Sheet MusicAdd to your cart.
Consists of solo and ensemble arrangements for banjo and folios consisting of multiple pieces. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the individual piece or folio. Pieces within folios are listed.
Box 40Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Aida - Corn Flower Waltz, 1910-1928Add to your cart.

Guiseppe Verdi, "Celeste Aida"; Richard A. Whiting, "Ain't We Got Fun"; George L. Comb, "All Aboard for Rock-A-Bye!"; A. J. Weidt, "Eventide" (Reverie) (Piano); Alfred S. Gatty, "O Fair Dove! O Fond Dove" (Guitar Solo); Kendis & Brockman, "All I Have Are Sunny Weather Friends";

The American Folio For Banjo Band. 2nd Tenor Banjo. Pieces include: Zarh Myron Bickford, "Gringo" (March); Jimmy Kennedy, "As You Know" (Fox Trot); Joseph W. Nicomede, "Cora?" (Waltz); Jimmy Kennedy, "Sunita" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Kankakee Blues" (Blue Fox Trot); Warren N. Dean, "Inspiration Waltz";

William Morris, "Antelope" (Fox Trot); A. C. Brockmeyer, "Anthony Waltz"; Irving Berlin, "At Peace With the World" (Fox-Trot); Al Jolson & Vincent Rose, "Avalon" (Fox Trot or March); Egbert Van Alstyne, "Baby" (Fox Trot); Davis & Akst, "Baby Face" (Fox Trot); Donalson, Egan, and Whiting, "Bamboo Bay" (Fox Trot);

The Banjo-Saxo Folio for Two Saxophones and Tenor Banjo. Pieces include: Joseph W. Nicomede, "Sweetheart Be Always True to Me" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Just a Cottage (Then the Rest of the World Can Go By)" (Waltz); Jimmy Kennedy, "Why Do You Care (When I'm Never Around)" (Fox Trot); Z. M. Bickford, "Barbershop Blues" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Betty Jane" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Rainbo Waltz"; Jimmy Kennedy, "That Jazzy One Step"; Jimmy Kennedy, "While Paris Sleeps" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Virginia's Calling Me Back" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "Irish Rose O'Mine" (Fox Trot);

Richard A. Whiting, "Bimini Bay" (Fox Trot);

Carl Fischer Popular Hit Folio No. 3 for Full Mandolin Club. Banjo Solo. Pieces include: Harry von Tilzer, "There's Someone More Lonesome Than You" (One-Step); Brooks & Shrigley, "Walkin' the Dog" (Fox Trot); Evan Reid & P. de Rose, "When it's Cherry Time in Tokio"; Lake, "One, Two, Three, Four" (Hawaiian Waltz); Harry von Tilzer, "On The South Sea Isle" (Fox Trot); Roy Barton & Jerry Mills, "Brown Skin (Who You For?)" (One-Step); Alexander and William, "There's a Rose in this World for Us All" (Waltz); Lester Brockton, "My Soldier Boy" (One-Step); D. Kaiulana, "Hawaiiana" (Original Hawaiian One Step); Brown & Shrigley, "Bull Frog Blues" (Fox Trot); Harry von Tilzer, "On the Hoko Moko Isle" (One-Step); P. K. Lua & D. Kaili, "Kilama-Wailana" (Hawaiian Waltzes); Slap White, "Pussyfoot" (Fox Trot); Harry von Tilzer, "I Sent My Wife to the Thousad Isles" (One-Step); P. Lua and D. Kaili, "Hilo" (Hawaiian One-Step); Harry Potter, "Blue Monday" (Fox Trot); Hoier & Morgan, "When Northern Eyes of Blue (Surrendered to the Southern Gray)" (One-Step); P. K. Lua & D. Kaili, "Kahola-Honolulu" (Hawaiian Marches) (One-Step); James White, "Morning, Noon and Night" (Fox Trot); M. L. Lake, "Some Jazz Blues" (Fox Trot);

Georges Bizet, "Toreador Song (from Carmen); Pietro Mascagni, "Intermezzo (from Cavalleria Rusticana)"; Henry Creamer & Dave Franklin, "Childhood Days" (Fox-Trot);

Choice Banjo Duets. 1st Banjo. Pieces include: George Barker, "Armanini" (Valse de Concert); Goerge Barker, "The Banjo King" (Quickstep); George Barker, "Brace 'Em Up Galop"; George Barker, "Cadet Galopade"; Goerge Barker, "Dandy Fifth"; George Barker, "The Darktown Military Band"; Goerge Barker, "Flirtation Gavotte"; George Barker, "G. I. B." (Banjo Jig); George Barker, "Grace Note Galop"; H. Trotere, "In Old Madrid Waltz"; Goerge Barker, "La Ballerina Waltz (The Ball Room)"; George Barker, "L'Ingenne March"; Leo Ernst, "Lords and Ladies" (Gavotte); Goerge Barker, "Medley"; George Barker, "Memoirs of Minstresly"; Leo Ernst, "Natalee" (Spanish Mazurka); Goerge Barker, "Santa Lucia" (Spanish Dance); Jakobowski, " Selections from 'Erminie'" (No. 1 & 2); George Barker, "Stock Brokers' Quickstep"; George Barker, "The Tenor Polka"; George Barker, "Venetian Waltz";

Claud C. Rowden's Progressive Elementary Compositions for Banjo. 1st and 2nd Banjo. PIeces include: "March of Progress"; "Rustic Dance"; "Dance of the Nymphs";

William C. Stahl, "College Days" (March and Two Step); Charles Coote, Jr., "Corn Flower Waltz".

Folder 2: Dancing with Tears in my Eyes - Home Circle Banjo Solo, 1894-1930Add to your cart.

Joe Burke, "Dancing with Tears in My Eyes" (Waltz); Clifford Essex, "The Darkies' Dawn"; Albert Gumble, "Darktown Dancin' School"; John Philip Sousa, "The Directorate March"; Walter Donaldson, "Dixie Highway" (Fox Trot);

Charles M. Rothermel, Eight Famous Banjo Solos. Tenor Banjo Solo. Pieces include: "Auto Parade" (March); "Topaz March"; "That's That Rag"; "Hay Seed Jed" (A Rube Strut); "Meadow Dreams"; "The Swan's March"; "Sun Mon Jon" (Chinese Puzzle); "Hot Buns";

Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh, "Exactly Like You" (Fox-Trot); Charles Gounod, "Soldier's Chorus";

M. J. Scheidlmeier, Five Novelty Solos for Plectrum Banjo. Pieces include: "Adoria" (Dance Caprice); "Knights of the Air March"; "Sonia" (Concert Waltz); "Banjophobia"; "I've got the Banjo Blues";

Walter Burke, "Hallowe'en Dance"; Goerge W. Meyer, "Happiness (I Find My Happiness, Dear, With You)" (Fox Trot); Goerge W. Meyer, "Hiawatha's Melody of Love" (Valse); Various Authors, "The Banjo Players Pastime".

Folder 3: I'm in the Market - Merz's Banjo Band, 1920-1935Add to your cart.

James F. Hanley, "I'm in the Market For You" (Fox-Trot); Karyl Norman & Edwin J. Webber, "I'm Through (Shedding Tears Over You)" (Fox Trot); Shields & Evans, "In Good Old Summertime"; Herman Finck, "In The Shadows" (Dance); Floyd & Glaser, "In Your Arms" (Ballad-Fox Trot); Chris Smith, "The Irish Were Egyptians Long Ago" (Fox Trot); Mabel Wayne, "It Happened in Monterey" (Waltz); Harry Reser, "Jade: A Chinese Study"; Richard A. Whiting, "The Japanese Sandman"; Albert Harvey, "Jingle Bells March";

The Junior Folio for Banjo Band. Pieces include: Joseph W. Nicomede, "The Junior March"; Joseph W. Nicomede, "Veno" (Fox Trot); G. Muder, "Thelma Watlz"; Joseph W. Nicomede, "Rudy" (Fox Trot); G. Muder, "Sweet Remembrance" (Waltz); G Muder, "California Rose";

Burtnett & Fisher, "Just Keep a Thought for Me" (Fox Trot); Seymour B. Simons & Nora Bayes, "Just Like a Gipsy" (Fox Trot); Joe Burke, "The Kiss Waltz"; Jean Schwartz, "(Tell Me What's The Matter) Lovable Eyes" (Slow Fox Trot); Gaetano Donizettie, "Sextet" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); Harold B. Freeman, "Lullaby Time" (Waltz); Dee Wells, "March of the Strings"; Artemas Higgs, "Red Cross (Croix Rouge)" (March); W. V. Wallace, "Scenes That Are Brightest" (from Maritana); Artemas Higgs, "Maud Muller" (Waltz); Roy Smeck, "Memories of the South";

Merz's Banjo Band. 1st, 2nd, and 4th Tenor Banjo, 1st and 2nd Plectrum Banjo, Guitar Banjo, Obbligato Mandolin Banjo, and Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: John Anderson, "Gwanda" (Fox Trot); John Anderson, "La Primavera" (Valse Espagnola); S. Cusenza, "Beautiful Spring" (Waltz); Otto Merz, "March - The Guild"; William J. Smith, "Play It Again" (Fox Trot); S. Cusenza, "The Winner" (Fox Trot); C. M. Rothermel, "Auto Parade" (March); William J. Smith, "Harmony March"; Otto Merz, "Ecstasy of Youth" (Waltz); William Lange, "Mediator March".

Folder 4: Most Popular Banjo Dance Folio - Nobody to Love, 1915-1927Add to your cart.

The Most Popular Banjo Dance Folio. Guitar accompaniment. Pieces include: Oscar Straus, "A Waltz Dream" (Waltzes); Meyer Lutz, "Faust-Up-To-Date" (Schottische); Johann Strauss, "One Heart One Mind" (Mazurka); E. Waldteufel, "L'Espirit Francais" (Polka); Franz Lehar, "The Merry Widow" (Two Step); Louis Tocaben, "Ballroom Strains" (Waltz Quadrille); Louis Tocaben, "College Days" (Quadrille); Louis Tocaben, "La Favorita" (Lanciers); Richard Eilenberg, "Return of the Troops" (Two Step); F. Mario Costa, "A Franzesa" (Two Step-March); T. Turner, "Dancing in the Barn" (Schottische); A. Pestalozza, "Ciribiribin" (Waltz); Louis Tocaben, "Collection of Jigs, Reels, Hornpipes"; Ernest Alberti, "Plantation Christening" (Cakewalk); F. Budick, "Jolly Brothers" (Galop); Richard Eilenberg, "The First Heart Throbs" (Gavotte); Philipp Fahrbach Jr., "Under the Chesnut Tree" (Spanish Yorke); Navarro, "Amorosa Mazurka" (Three Step); Louis Tocaben, "Danza Habanera"; H. Trotere, "In Old Madrid" (Bolero); Mozart, "Ox Minuet" (from Don Giovanni); Robert Atkinson, "With the Crowd" (Two Step); J. Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (from Les Contes d'Hoffman) (Waltzes); Juventino Rosas, "Over the Waves" (Waltzes); Otto Roeder, "Love's Dreamland" (Waltzes); Johann Strauss, "Artist Life" (Waltzes); J. F. Wagner, "Under the Double Eagle" (March);

The Most Popular Banjo Pieces. Pieces include: George Rosey, "Wooing" (Valse Intermezzo); Francis Thome, "Simple Aveu" (Romance); Xaver Scharwenka, "Polish Dance"; A. Rubinstein, "Melody in F"; Gabriel-Marie, "La Cinquantaine (Air a l'antique)"; J. Raff, "Cavatina"; A. E. Wier, "College Medley"; Charles Gounod, "Sing, Smile, Slumber" (Serenade); L. Gauthier, "Le Secret" (Intermezzo); R. Schumann, "Traumerei"; Yradier, "La Paloma" (Mexican Serenade); G. Pierne, "Serenade"; Charles Gounod, "Ave Maria"; Ernest Alberti, "Enchantment" (Waltzes); P. Mascagni, "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Intermezzo); Donizetti, "Sextet" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); Charles Borel-Clerc, "La Sorella"; J. Faure, "The Palms"; Gabriel-Marie "Serenade Badine"; Richard Wagner, "Bridal Chorus" (from Lohengrin); E. Gillet, "Loin du Bal (Echoes of the Ball)"; M. Hauser, "Cradle Song"; L. Delibes, "Pizzicato" (from Ballet Sylvia); Alfred Margis, "Valse Bleue"; F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, "Spring Song"; A. Corbin, "Santiago" (Spanish Waltz); G. Braga, "Angel's Serenade"; A. Thomas, "Mignon" (Entr'acte); Alphons Czibulka, "Love's Dream after the Ball" (Intermezzo);

The Most Popular Banjo Operatic Pieces. Pieces include: Georges Bizet, "Habanera" (from Carmen); Rossini, "William Tell (Selection)"; G. Verdi, "La Traviata (Selection)"; V. Wallace, "Maritana (Selection)"; R. Wagner, "Pilgrim's Chorus" (from Tannhauser); Charles Gounod, "Faust (Selection)"; R. Wagner, "Grand March" (from Tannhauser); G. Meyerbeer, "Excerpts from Aria" (from Robert Le Diable); G. Verdi, "Ah! Was It Him My Heart Foretold" (from La Traviata); M. W. Balfe, "The Bohemian Girl (Selection)"; Verdi, "Tempest of the Heart" (from Il Trovatore); R. Wagner, "Song to the Evening Star" (from Tannhauser); G. Verdi, "Stride La Vampa" (from Il Trovatore); G. Verdi, "Ernani, Fly with Me" (from Ernani); G. Donizetti, "Think not this Heart can Alter" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); G. Donizetti, "From her dear Eyes so lovely" (from L'Elisire D'Amore); G. Donizetti, "It Is Better To Laugh Than Be Sighing" (from Lucrezia Borgia); G. Donizetti, "Tho' To Heaven From Sorrow Flying" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); G. Verdi, "Miserere" (from Il Trovatore); Charles Gounod, "Valse Aria" (from Romeo et Juliette); G. Verdi, "Triumphal Chorus" (from Aida); M. W. Balfe, "Then You'll Remember Me" (from The Bohemian Girl); C. M. Von Weber, "Huntsmen's Chorus" (from Der Freischutz); Chalres Gounod, "Once Again I would Gaze" (from Faust); Friedrich Von Flotow, "Martha (Selection)"; G. Meyerbeer, "Banquet Chorus" (from Les Huguenots); G. Rossini, "Cuius Animam" (from Stabat Mater); Herold, "Zampa (Selection)"; V. Bellini, "Norma (Selection)"; F. Von Suppe, "Excerpts from Overture" (from Poet and Peasant); Georges Bizet, "Toreador Song" (from Carmen); J. Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (from Les Contes d'Hoffman); Donizetti, "Sextet" (from Lucia di Lammermoor); G. Verdi, "Rigoletto (Selection)";

William D. Moyer, Moyer's Plectrum Banjo Solos in C-Notation. Pieces include: "That Winsom Waltz"; "Rainy Day Blues"; "Rushing Through" (One Step); "Red Beard" (Fox Trot); "Soft Soap" (Fox Trot); "Rita" (Spanish Waltz); "The First Prize" (Mazurka); "Bright and Early" (March); "A Little Action" (One Step); "Polka Artistic"; "White Plums" (Waltz); "Little Charleston"; "Cock of the Walk" (Rag); "The Right Way" (March and One Step);

William D. Moyer, Moyer's Folio Vol. II for Tenor Banjo or Tenor Guitar Solos. Pieces include: "Off Side" (Fox Trot); "The Lame Duck" (Fox Trot); "The Best Pal" (Fox Trot); "Minuet Petit"; "Novice Mazurka"; "Sergeant Jim" (March); "Best Days" (Waltz); "In Tune" (Fox Trot); "Waking Up" (Fox Trot); "Bright Lights" (Waltz); "A Little Gem" (Gavotte); "Mazurka--Delightful"; "Brand New" (Fox Trot); "On The Side" (March); "Ivory Bound" (Schottische); "Midnight Blues" (Fox Trot);

Walter Blaufuss, "My Isle of Golden Dreams" (Waltz); William Morris, "Nightengale" (Valse); George W. Meyer, "Nobody to Love" (Fox Trot).

Box 41Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Paragon Waltz - The Remick Mandolin & Guitar Solo for Banjo, No. 18b, 1913-1929Add to your cart.

A. D. Grover, "Paragon Waltz";

Peerless Collection of Favorite Solos for the Tenor Banjo. Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Will D. Moyer, "Flim Flam"; William C. Stahl, "On the Go" (March and One Step); William Morris, "Hurry Up" (Galop); William Morris, "Cheerful Tigers" (Valse); William Morris, "The Climax" (March One Step); William Morris, "The Mandarin" (One Step); William Morris, "Dixie Capers" (Rag or Fox Trot); William Morris, "The Purple Blues" (For Trot); Le Barge, "Lingerie" (Caprice); William Morris, "The Dandy" (Rag One-Step or Jazz); William Morris, "Polka Brilliant"; Le Barge, "Alagazam" (Centipede Squirm); Moyer, "Silver Springs" (One Step); Moyer, "Beautiful Night" (Waltz).

The Perfect Orchestra Collection for Banjo. Pieces include: Mackie-Beyer, "Golf Club" (March and Two-Step); "Smart Set Waltzes"; "Overture-Niobe"; "Rough Riders" (March and Two-Step); "Love Letters" (Schottische); "Dixie Land" (Cake-Walk and March); "True Eyes Waltzes"; "Star of Hope" (Overture); "Sword of Honor" (March and Two-Step); "Criterion Quadrille"; "Rosemary Waltzes"; "Soldiers of Fortune" (March and Two-Step); "Words of Love" (Waltzes); "Colored Belles" (Cake-Walk and March); "Jockey Club Lancers"; "Sweet Thoughts" (Waltzes); "Bon Voyage" (March and Two Step); "Love's Messenger" (Waltzes); "Bridesmaids' Gavotte"; "Savoy Lancers"; "Anita Waltzes"; "Galop-Bull's Eye"; "U. S. Blue Jackets" (March and Two-Step); "Army and Navy" (March and Two-Step); "Queen of the Ball" (Quadrille); "College Girls" (March and Two-Step); "Twilight Dreams" (Reverie); "Rosabel Mazurka"; "Polka-Deutschland"; Little Sunbeam" (Schottische); "Dorathea Waltzes"; "Polka-Monte Carlo"; "Autumn Leaves" (Romanze); "Sergeant-at-Arms" (March and Two-Step); "Sweetest Girl of All" (Schottische); "New Maine" (March and Two-Step).

Irene M. Giblin, "Pickaninny Rag" (Two Step); Budd L. Cross, "Silver Spur" (March-Two Step); Billy Rose and Harry Woods, "Poor Papa" (He's Got Nothin' At All) (Fox Trot); A. J. Weidt, "Posies" (Waltz); J. A. Butterfield, "When You and I Were Young, Maggie" (Guitar Solo); Stephen C. Foster, "Old Black Joe" (Guitar Solo);

Radio Favorites for Tenor Banjo. Solo or Duet. Pieces include: Anton Rubinstein, "Kamennoi - Ostrow"; W. V. Wallace, "Scenes That Are Brightest" (From "Maritana"); Giuseppe Verdi, "La Donna E' Mobile" (From "Rigoletto"); G. E. Handel, "Largo"; Edvard Grieg, "Erotic" (Poeme Erotique); Robert Schumann, "Traumerei" (Reverie); Robert Schumann, "Romanza"; Pietro Mascagni, "Intermezzo" (From "Cavalleria Rusticana"); Felix Mendelssohn, "Confidance" (Song Without Words); E di Capua, "O Sole Mio".

A. C. Brockmeyer Collection for Tenor-Banjo. Pieces Include: A. C. Brockmeyer, "Recreation Melody No. 1"; "Recreation Melody No. 2"; "Recreation Melody No. 6".

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 14. Banjo. Pieces include: Albert Gumble, "Rebecca of Sunny-Brook Farm"; Henry I. Marshall, "Please Leave Mama Dear"; Albert Gumble, "You're Never Too Old to Love"; Albert Gumble, "Flow Along, River Tennessee"; Henry I. Marshall, "Dinah"; Albert Gumble, "Adam and Eve Had a Wonderful Time"; Henry I. Marshall, "PIck Me a Rose"; Joseph M. Daly, "What D'ye Mean You Lost Yer Dog?"; Henry I. Marshall, "'Cross the Mason-Dixon Line"; George W. Meyer, "Daddy Did a Wonderful Thing"; Henry I. Marshall, "Oh Mister Railroad Man" (Won't You Take Me Back to Alabam); Murphy and Marshall, "Willie Had a Motor Boat" (Putt, Putt, Putt); Gus. Edwards, "When the Whole World Has Gone Back on You" (Come to Me); Grace le Roy, "The Good Ship Mary Ann"; George Botsford, "I want to Go Back to Dixie Land"; George Botsford, "Sailing Down the Chesapeke Bay"; Henry I. Marshall, "When It's Buzz Buzz Buzzin'-time in Bee Bee Bee-Town"; Melville Morris, "Ragtime Regiment Band"; Grace le Roy, "Pass the Pickless" (One-Step Trot); Walter L. Slater, "Yucatango"; Abe Holzmann, "First Love" (Premier Amour) (Valse Boston - Valse Hesitation); Jean Briquet, "Adele" (Trot One Step March Two Step) (From the Opera); Julius Lenzberg, "Hungarian Rag"; Briquet and Philipp, "The Midnight Girl" (Trot, One Step, March Two-Step) (From the Opera); Abe Holzmann, "The Whip" ( March and Two-Step); Jean Briquet, "Adele" (Valse) (From the Opera).

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 17b. Banjo Solo. Pieces include: Richard A. Whiting, "Mammy's Little Coal Black Rose" (Fox Trot); Van Alstyne and Gumble, "Pretty Baby and What Are You Going To Do To-morrow Evening?" (Fox Trot); Burtnett and Burke, "Down Honolulu Way" (Fox Trot); Egbert van Alstyne, "Whose Pretty Baby Are You Now" (Fox Trot); Henry I. Marshall, "If You Ever Get Lonely" (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, "It's A Cute Little Way Of My Own" (Fox Trot); Melville Morris, "Tiddle De Winks" (Fox Trot); Vincent Rose, "Pozzo" (Fox Trot); Herbert Spencer, "In Old Brazil" (Fox Trot Song); Egbert van Alstyne, "Just A Word Of Sympathy" (One Step March); Richard A. Whiting, "Coaling Up In Colon Town" (One Step March); Yellen and Gumble, "Welcome Honey to Your Old Plantation Home" (One Step); Havez and Botsford, "On the Old Dominion Line" (One Step); Albert Gumble, "How's Every Little Thing In Dixie" (One Step March); Harry Tierney, "Oh I Want to Be Good But My Eyes Won't Let Me and Happyland" (One Step March); Dvorak-Danmark, "The Humoreske Waltz"; Julius Lenzberg, "Valse Inspiration"; Herman E. Schultz, "Mon Jardin De Roses" (My Rose Garden) (Valse Hesitation); Samuel S. Aronson, "Whispering Hearts" (Waltz); Unidentified, "The Glad Girl" (Idyl); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "National Defense" (Military March).

The Remick Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 18b. Banjo solo. Pieces include: Herman Paley, "Sweet Little Buttercup and My Mother's Eyes" (Fox Trot); Herbert Spencer, "I'm Yours With Love and Kisses" (Intermezzo For Trot); Harry Raymond, "Cherry Blossom" (Fox Trot); Herbert Spencer, "Last Night" (You Told Me That You Lov'd Me) (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, "My Yokohama Girl" (Fox Trot); Albert Gumble, "Southern Gals" (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, "Way Down There and Sweet Petootie" (Fox Trot); Richard A. Whiting, "Some Sunday Morning and Where the Morning Glories Grow" (Fox Trot); Harry Tierney, ""Keep Your Eye On Little Mary Brown and I Want A Good Girl And I Want Her Bad" (Fox Trot); Melville Morris, "Cute and Pretty" (Fox Trot); Arthur M. Kraus, "Smiling Sammy" (Fox Trot); Albert Gumble, "So This is Dixie" (One Step); Egbert van Alstyne, "Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay" (One Step March); Egbert van Alstyne, "So Long Mother" (One Step March); Van and Schenck, "Don't Try To Steal The Sweetheart Of A Soldier" (One Step March); Albert Gumble, "So Long Mother" (One Step March); Harry Tierney, "Cleopatra and I Want You To Want Me With You" (One Step March); J. Bodewalt Lampe, "Camouflage" (One Stpe); Lodge and nichols, "In the Spotlight" (Waltz); Harry Tierney, "For One Sweet Day" (From Oliver Morosco's Musical Comedy Success What Next?) (Waltz); Marshall and Becker, "In the Harbor of Love with You and Someday Somewhere" (Waltz); Van Alstyne and Gumble, "Rock-A Bye Land and Playmates" (Waltz).

Folder 2: Roger's Popular Style Tenor Banjo Duets of Medium Difficulty - Smith's All Star Mandolin Folio, No. 2, 1919-1933Add to your cart.

Roger's Popular Style Tenor Banjo Duets of Medium Difficulty. Pieces include: Ralph Rogers, "Southern Babe" (Fox Trot);  "Phyllis" (Valse); "Hot Toddy" (Blues); "Sky Arrow" (Indian Dance); "Moonlight Shadows" (Fox Trot); "Arlita" (Spanish Valse); "Lady Agnes" (Fox Trot); "Syncopated Sue" (Charleston).

William C. Stahl, "Royal Arms" (March & Two-step); Edward Elgar, "Salut D'Amour" (Love's Greeting) (Solo or Duet for Tenor Banjo with Paino Accompaniment);

The Sam Fox Popular Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No.5. Banjo Solo. Pieces include: J. S. Zamecnik, "All America" (March); Mel B. Kaufman, "Listen to This" (One-Step); Lionel Baxter, "Valse Annette", Mel B. Jaufman,"Introduce Me" ()Fox Trot); Dorothy Lee, "Simplicity" (One-Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "Milady" (Three-step); Will T. Pierson, "Ragamuffin Rag" (One Step or Two Step); J. S. Zamecnik, "The Last Farewell" (Waltz); J. S. Zamecnik, "Ole Virginny" (One Step); Theodore O. Taubert, "The Hunt Club" (Fox Trot); Lionel Baxter, "Captain Betty" (One-Step or Two-Step); R. B. Brewer, "Student Days" (March Two-Step).

Sam Fox Collection of Plectrum Banjo Solos with Piano Accompaniment, Vol. 1. Pieces include: J. S. Zamecnki, "Ole South"; Walter E. Miles, "Sparklets"; Jacob Henry Ellis, "The Drum Major" (March); Walter E. Miles, "Butterfly Dance"; J. S. Zamecnik, "In A Canoe"; Fred Heltman, "Sunflower Babe"; Jules Reynard, "Fair Debutante"; william J. Pierson, "Gavotte Piquante"; Budd L. Cross, "Flirtation" (A Novelette); F. Jackson, "Zouave" (March).

Santos Junior Ensemble for Banjo Bands. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Playmates Waltz"; "Swanee River Fox Trot"; "Lady Luck"; "Russian Fox Trot"; "Strawberry Tarts"; "When You and I Were Young Maggie" (Fox Trot); "The Firefly Flit"; "Golden Dawn"; "Sugar Pie"; "Scottish Fox Trot"; "Among the Violets"; "Dreamy Spain"; "Lovely Lady"; "In Gay Madrid"; "Sweetmeats" (Fox Trot); "Jumping Jacks Jubilee"; "Sweet Magnolia Waltz"; "Spic and Span"; "Cotton Blossoms"; "The End of the Trail" (March); "Nice and Nifty"; "Bonita"; "The California Limited" (March); "Beets and Turnips" (Fox Trot); "Petite and Pretty"; "Madame Queen"; "Sweet Dumpling"; "Crimson Sunset"; "Chocolate Creams"; "Ruby Taylor Waltz"; "Punch and Judy"; "Delta Waltz".

Santos Monarch Ensemble for Banjo Bands. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Circus Galop"; W. J. Eckhard, "Make It Snappy"; W. J. Eckhard, "Sawdust"; W. J. Eckhard, "Step On It"; W. J. Eckhard, "Spanish Belle"; W. J. Eckhard, "Some Pep"; W. J. Eckhard, "Whirligigs" (Novelette); W. J. Eckhard, "Donanveda Waltz"; W. J. Eckhard, "Sleepy Sam"; W. J. Eckhard, "The Crazy Quilt" (Blues); W. J. Eckhard, "In Mangana Land"; W. J. Eckhard, "Crystal Spring" (Waltz); William Morris, "Limpin' Lizzie"; William Morris, "Traffic Lights" (Stop and Go); Unidentified, "Egyptian Ballet"; W. J. Eckhard, "La Petite Overture".

Little Jack Little, "She's Still My Baby" (Fox Trot);

Smith's All Star Mandolin Folio, No. 2. Banjo, C Notation. Pieces include: Walter T. Holt, "March Triumphant" (One Step); Fred J. Bacon, "American Beauty" (Waltzes); John J. Derwin, "Return of the Caravan" (Oriental Fox Trot); Ted Goggin, "The Tantalizer"; Unidentified, "Southern Favorites" (Medley); Ted Goggin, "Patrician Belle" (Waltz); Otto Merz, "Peach Bloom" (Intermezzo); William Lange, "League "E"" (March-Two Step); William J. Smith, "All Star" (Waltz); Oliver F. Bitting, "Possum Billy" (Overture); S. A. Thomson, "March of the Strings"; William Foden, "Pilot March".

Folder 3: Smith's Banjo Band, Book 1 - Valley Waltz, 1910-1930Add to your cart.

Smith's Banjo Band, Book 1. 1st and 4th Tenor Banjo and Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: William J. Smith, "Times Square" (Fox Trot); Thomas J. Armstrong, "Honolulu" (Fox trot); William j. Smith, "Kamiki March"; Smith and Cusenza, "Hawaiian Islands" (Waltz); S. Cusenza, "American Liberty" (March); Thomas J. Armstrong, "Knickerbocker" (Fox Trot); William Morris, "Blue Monday" (A blue Fox Trot); Thomas j. Armstrong, "High Gear" (Fox Trot); William j. Smith, "A Kentucky Barbecue" (Six-eight Fox Trot)".

Smith's Tuneful Solos For Banjo Finger Style with Piano Accompaniment, Book 1. Piano Accopaniment. Pieces include: Ted Goggin, "Forest Dale" (March and Two Step); A. D. Grover, "Banjo March Song"; A. D. Grover, "Romance"; Fred J. Bacon, "The Merry Snowshoers" (Song and Dance Schottische); Fred J. Bacon, "Dance Medley"; Ted Goggin, "Dance of the Butterflies"; Charse H. O'Connell, "Glendora Waltz"; C. H. O'Connell, "The Country Fiddler"; Fred J. Bacon, "American Beauty" (Waltzes); Unidentified, "Dance Medley"; C. H. O'connell, "Swanee River"; F. J. Bacon, "In the Gloaming"; F. J. Bacon, "Wildwood Memories"; C. H. O'Connell, "Field Day March"; Unidentified, "Loves Old Sweet Song".

Smith's Tuneful Solos for Banjo Plectrum Style in C Notation with Piano Accompaniment. Plectrum Banjo and Paino Accompaniment. Pieces include: George L. Lansing, "A Darkey Patter"; Ted Goggin, "Theamona" (Spanish Dance); Ted Goggin, "The Masquerades" (Rag March); Harry S. Six, "Headquarters March"; Harry S. Six, "Hookaloomis"; Unidentified, "Dixieland" (March Medley); Fred J. Bacon, "American Beauty" (Waltzes); George L. Lansing, "Encore" (Waltz); Harry Six, "Innsbruck" (March); George L. Lansing, "The Washingtonian" (March); George L. Lansing, "Teasing the Strings".

B. G. de Sylva, "So Blue" (Waltz); Richard A. Whiting, "Song of Persia" (Persia Rug Song) (Fox Trot); James Walter, "Souvenir Blues" (Classical Jazz Fox Trot); A. J. Weidt, "The Speedway" (Galop); John Philip Sousa, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" (March); Thomas S. Allen, "Stop! Look! and Listen! (A Rail-Road) (Fox Trot); Albert Perfect, "Swedish Fest March"; Richard Wagner, "Evening Star" (From "Tannhauser"), A. J. Weidt, "The Tenor Banjoist" (Chorus "Breaks" For the Dance Orchestra Tenor Banjoist); Howard Johnson, "That's My Hap-Hap-Happiness" (Fox Trot);

Tuneful Melodies for Tenor and Plectrum Banjos with Piano and other parts ad lib, Vol. 1. Pieces include: A. J. Weidt, "Just Smile" (Song Fox-Trot); "Flying Cloud" (March); "Sparkling Spray" (Waltz); "Longing for You" (Song Fox-Trot); "Mammy's Kinky-Head" (Lullaby); "Joyous Hours" (Waltz).

William Morris, "Universal Fame" (March); William H. Williams, "Valley Waltz".

Folder 4: Van Eps Banjo Solos in C Notation with Piano Accompaniment - Yaller Coons, 1920-1930Add to your cart.

Van Eps Banjo Solos in C Notation with Piano Accompaniment. Banjo Solo and Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Dixie Medley"; Unidentified, "Chinese Picnic"; Franz Liszt, "Rakoczy" (March); Unidentified, "Rag Pickings"; Foster, "Old Folks At Home"; Brooks and Denton, "Tyro" (Mazurka); Unidentified, "Medley of Southern Melodies"; Brooks and Denton, "Grand Duke Waltz"; Porter Steele, "The Lobsters Promenade"; Brooks and Denton, "Berkeley March"; Brooks and Denton, "White Star Line March"; Brooks and Denton, "Jolly Darkies".

John Alden, "La Veeda" (Castillan Fox Trot); William Morris, "The Vega" (Polka); William Morris, ""Watch-Em"" (March or One-Step); Irving Berlin, "What Does It Matter?" (Waltz); Warren N. Dean, "When I Come Home To You"; Richard A. Whiting, "While Miami Dreams" (Fox Trot); W. C. Bridges, "White Sales March"; Milton Ager, "Who-oo? You-oo! That's Who!" (Fox Trot);

WM. C. Stahl's Banjo Orchestra Collection. Tenor Banjo Obligato. Pieces include: Artemas Higgs, "Isle of Roses" (Waltz); Charles Brunover, "All Set" (One Step); Will D. Moyer, "Mazurka Petit"; Charles Brunover, "Glide Along" (Waltz); Will D. Moyer, "Ruben March"; Charles Brunover, "Waltz Caprice"; Charles Brunover, "Royal Guards" (March); Charles Brunover, "Swing Along" (March); William Morris, "Rag Tag" (Fox Trot); Charles Brunover, "Laughing Eyes" (Caprice); Charles Brunover, "Ace High" (One Step); Charles Brunover, "Rainbow Glide" (Fox Trot); Will d. Moyer, "Dark Blue Blues" (Fox Trot); B. Sheldon Green, "A Syncopated Hesitation" (Fox Trot).

WM. C. Stahl's Concert Repetoire Album for Mandolin and Banjo Orchestra. Tenor Banjo Solo and Obligato. Pieces include: James H. Johnstone, "The Morning Telegraph" (March); w. R. Williams, "Drifting" (Waltz-Song); Thomas J. Armstrong, "Persian Princess" (Overture); William C. Stahl, "Zyra" (Tango Fox Trot); George L. Spaulding, "A Hen On The Nest" (A Barnyard Travesty); Cora Salisbury, "Ghost Dance" (Dance Descriptive); Charles Miller, "Medley Overture Of National Songs"; Herschel Henlere, "Kismet" (An Arabian Fox Trot); Charles L. Johnson, "The Blushing Rose" (Serenade); W. T. Purdy, "On Wisconsin!" (March Song).

WM. C. Stahl's Junior Collection for Banjo and Mandolin Orchestra. Tenor Banjo Solo. Pieces include: Will d. Moyer, "Flight of Fancy" (Waltz); "Street Parade" (March); "Moon Shadows" (Waltz); "May Breezes" (Waltz); "Banjo Boys" (March); "Russian Boots" (Dance); "Bonita" (Fox Trot-March); "There They Go" (March); "Good News" (Fox Trot-March); "Flying Start" (March); "Flag Day" (March); "Dancing in the Shadows" (Fox Trot); "Jamie" Song-Fox Trot); "Little Chink Chinaman" (Pigtail Dance).

Alban Booth, "Yaller Coons" (Cake Walk).

Sub-Series 2: Method BooksAdd to your cart.
Materials with numeric titles have been arranged at the beginning.
Box 42Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 44 Solos in Duo Style for Tenor Banjo - A. C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studies for the Tenor-Banjo, 1922-1926Add to your cart.

Giuseppe Pettine, 44 Solos in Dou Style for Tenor Banjo;

Ralph Colicchio, 100 Breaks & Strokes for the Tenor Banjo;

Frank Anderson, 100 Original Breaks and Modulations for Tenor Banjo;

A.C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studies for the Tenor Banjo, Group No. 1;

A.C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studies for the Tenor-Banjo, Group No. 3;

A.C. Brockmeyer's Progressive Studeis for the Tenor-Banjo, Group No. 4.

Folder 2: At-A-Glance Illustrated Self Instructor for Tenor Banjo - Carl Fischer's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors for Banjo, 1894-1978Add to your cart.

At-A-Glance Illustrated Self Instructor for the Tenor Banjo;

Banjo Case Chord Book;

Curry, Banjo Chords;

Carl Fischer's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors, for the Banjo.

Folder 3: Carl Fischer's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors for Banjo - A Course for Tenor Banjo, 1894-1922Add to your cart.

Carl Fischer's New and Revised Edition of Celebrated Tutors for Banjo;

Claud C. Rowden's Progressive Elementary Compositions for 1st and 2nd Banjo;

Jack Lundin, A Course for Tenor Banjo.

Folder 4: Eclipse Self-Instructor for Banjo - EZ Method for Banjo, 1905-1955Add to your cart.

Paul deVille, The Eclipse Self-Instructor for Banjo;

Paul deVille, The Eclipse Self-Instructor for Tenor Banjo;

Septimus Winner and John Martell, Eureka Method for the Tenor Banjo;

Thomas J. Armstrong; EZ Method: Banjo C Notation;

EZ Method for Banjo.

Folder 5: Hootenanny Song Book Arranged for Banjo - Illustrated 5-Minute Tenor Banjo Course, 1919-1977Add to your cart.

Hootenanny Song Book: Traditional Folk Collection Arranged for Banjo;

How to "Jazz" on the Tenor Banjo and Mandolin-Banjo, 2nd Edition;

Pete Seeger, How to Play the 5-String Banjo;

Tim Jumper, How to Play Banjo;

Illustrated "5-Minute Guaranteed Tenor-Banjo Course" for Tenor Banjo.

Box 43Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Karch's Tenor Banjo Method, Book 1 - Master Instructor For the Tenor Banjo, 1920-1957Add to your cart.

Karch's Tenor Banjo Method, Book 1;

Littig's New Practical Method for Banjo "C" Notation;

George K. Lansing, Master Instructor for the Tenor-Banjo.

Folder 2: McNeil Chord System for Plectrum (Long-Neck) Banjo - Mel Bay Presents Bluegrass Banjo, 1927-1964Add to your cart.

McNeil Chord System for Plectrum (Long-Neck) Banjo;

McNeil Chord System for Tenor Banjo. New and Revised Edition;

McNeil's Progressive Studies for Tenor Banjo, Vol. 2;

Sonny Osborne, Mel Bay Presents Bluegrass Banjo.

Folder 3: The Modern Dance Banjoist - Moyer's Charted Harmony Chords for Tenor Banjo or Tenor Guitar, 1926-1964Add to your cart.

The Modern Dance Banjoist. Henri Weber;

Franklin Miller, Modern Tenor Banjo Method. ;

Modern Tenor Banjo Method: Fun to Learn, No. 802;

Modern 5 String Banjo Method, No. 804;

Moyer's Charted Harmony Chords for Tenor Banjo or Tenor Guitar.

Folder 4: National Self Teacher for Banjo Chords - The Original Guckert's Chords for the Banjo at Sight, 1892-1924Add to your cart.

National Self Teacher for Banjo Chords;

J. A. le Barge, National Self Teacher for Banjo Chords in "C" Notation;

National Self Teacher for Banjo in "C" Notation;

Will D. Moyer, National Self Teacher for Banjo with Finger Board Chart;

Richard M. Tyrrell, New Standard System for Banjo. C or English Notation;

The Original Guckert's Chords for the Banjo (in C Notation) At Sight: Without Notes or Teacher.

Folder 5: The Original Guckert's Chords for the Tenor Banjo at Sight - The Premire Tenor Banjo Method for Class Teaching, 1921-1933Add to your cart.

The Original Guckert's Chords for the Tenor Banjo at Sight: Without Notes or Teacher;

F. J. Bacon, Paramount Method for Banjo in C Notation;

William Foden, Paramount Method for Tenor-Banjo;

Lloyd Loar, Play Quick Method for Tenor Banjo (or Tenor Guitar);

Emile Grimshaw, Plectrum Playing for Modern Banjoists;

William J. Eckhard, The Premier Tenor Banjo Method for Class Teaching for the Beginner.

Box 44Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Ralph Collicchio Modern Method of Improvising for the Tenor Banjo - Smith's Banjo in the Blue Grass, 1915-1965Add to your cart.

Ralph Colicchio's Modern Method of Improvising for the Tenor Banjo: As Used in the Modern Dance Orchestra;

Reed's "Noteless" Player School of Instruction for Tenor Banjo;

M. Stumpf, Self Instructor for the Tenor or Pelctrum Banjo;

Smith's Banjo in the Blue Grass: Standard and Long Neck Models.

Folder 2: Smith's Modern School Instructor Tenor Banjo, vol. 2 - White's Excelsior Method for Banjo, 1894-1957Add to your cart.

Smith's Modern School Instructor Tenor Banjo: A New Modern Up-To-Date Method for Class Teaching As Well As the Individual, Vol. 2;

Smith's Modern School Instructor Tenor Banjo: A New Modern Up-To-Date Method for Class Teaching As Well As the Individual, Vol. 3;

Tenor Banjo Method, Vol. 1;

Bickford, Tenor Mandola, Tenor Banjo, Cello Banjo and Mando-Cello Chords;

M. B. Eaton, UTD (Up To Date) Method for the Tenor Banjo: A Complete and Easily Understood Instructor;

Warner's Very Easy Method for Beginners for Tenor Banjo, Mandola or Mando-Cello;

White's Excelsior Method for the Banjo.

Folder 3: Winner's New American School for the Banjo - WM.C. Stahl's New Banjo Method, 1883-1918Add to your cart.

Winner's New American School for the Banjo;

WM.C. Stahl's International Banjo Method. C Notation. Revised Edition;

WM. C. Stahl's New Banjo Method. Revised Edition.

Folder 4: Weidt's Chord System, 1921-1925Add to your cart.
Weidt's Chord System: Assorted Demonstations, Ley Chart, Chord Chart, and Lessons.
Folder 5: Weidt's Chord System: Supplements Lessons, 1921-1925Add to your cart.
Weidt's Chord Systems: Suppliment Lessons.
Series 5: Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1898-1970Add to your cart.
Consists of sheet music and method books for the Hawaiian and steel guitar published between 1898 and 1970. Arranged into two separate subseries for sheet music and method books. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Sub-Series 1: Sheet MusicAdd to your cart.
Consists of solo pieces for Hawaiian and steel guitar, ensemble arrangements, and folios consisting of multiple pieces. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the individual piece or folio. Pieces within folios are listed. Materials with numeric titles have been placed at the beginning.
Box 45Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 12th Street Rag - Down Echo Valley, 1914-1946Add to your cart.

Euday L. Bowman, "12th Street Rag"; Ed. H. Lemare, "Adantino"; Eddie Seiler, Sol Marcus, and Al Kaufman, "And Then It's Heaven"; Maud Bevans, "Angel's Prayer";

The Artist's Collection of Ukulele Solos. Includes pieces: J. Ascher, "Alice Where Art Thou"; James L. Molloy, "Loves Old Sweet Song"; De Capua, "O Sole Mio"; Denza, "Funiculi Funicula"; Moritz Moszkowski, "Serenade"; Franz Schubert, "Schuberts Serenade"; Gustav Lange, "Flower Song"; Unidentified, "Bonnie Sweet Bessie"; Jaques Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (From "Tales of Hoffmann"); Franz Drdla, "Souvenir"; Gaetano Donizetti, "Sextet" (From "Lucia di Lammermoor");

Unidentified, "Ay, Ay, Ay" (Spanish Creole Song); Jaques Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (from Tales of Hoffman); Unidentified, "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms"; Lee. S Roberts, "Bells of Memory"; Edmund L. Gruber, "The Caissons Go Rolling Along" (Artillery Song); Edwin H. Lemare, "Cathedral Meditation" (Andantino);

Century Hawaiian Guitar Ensemble. Two Hawaiian Guitars and Spanish Guitar. Includes pieces: W. J. Eckhart, "Valley of the Moon"(March); "The Grasshopper Hop"; "Kaffe Klatsch"; "Polly Ann"; "Demi Tasse"; "In Poppyland"; "Spanish Echoes"; "The White Dragon"; "Sunshine and Shadows"; "Bachelor Buttons"; "The Hootinany Strut"; "Raggedy Ann"; "Periwinkle Cappers"; "Lydia Lou"; "Deltonia"; "Hungarian Fox-Trot"; "Little of This and That" (Medley Overture);

Charles Coote Jr., "Corn Flower Waltz"; Buck Ram and Hal Kanner, "Counting the Days Until Christmas" (Hawaiian Guitar Solos); Unidentified, "La Cucaracha" (The Cockroach Song); Unidentified, "Dark Eyes" (Russian Folk Song); Unidentified, "Darling Nelly Gray"; Rudolph A. Steiner, "A Day in Arabia";

De Pressle's Famous Concert Solos for Hawaiian Guitar. Regular Guitar Accompaniment. Includes pieces: E. L. De Pressles, "When the Leaves Are Falling" (Valse Lento); "Chicita" (Spanish Serenade); "I'm Happy When I'm With You" (Fox Trot); "Hawaiian Military March"; "One More Waltz With You"; "Pale Blue Moon" (An Indian Love Song); "When Eyes Are Blue" (And Hearts Are True) (Fox Trot); "Infanta March"; "All Alone With You" (Fox Trot); "Love's Adieu" (Waltz Caprice); "Dixie Bound" (Fox Trot) (Novelty); "Parade of the Toy Band" (March); "Hot Stepping It" (Guitar Novelty); "Dance of the Spectres" (Valse Caprice in A Minor);

Murray Mencher, "Don't Worry, Sweetheart"; Fred C. Bernhardt, "Down Echo Valley".

Folder 2: Favorite Collection of Hawaiian Guitar Solos - Hilo, 1915-1958Add to your cart.

Favorite Collection of Hawaiian Guitar Solos. Hawaiian Guitar Solo and 2nd Hawaiian Guitar. PIeces include: Unidentified, "Swanee Echoes"; Unidentified, "Santa Lucia" (To Arsen); Unidentified, "Long Long Ago"; Unidentified, "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms" (To Eveline); William T. Pierson, "My Honolulu LuLu" (To Dorothy); Unidentified, "Hilo March" (To Alfred Shamber); Unidentified, "Loves Enchantment Waltz" (To Pete and Goldie); Unidentified, "Susanna" (To George); Sophocles T. Papa, "Berceuse" (To Marian); Unidentified, "Aloha Oe";

"Feist": Popular Hits for Hawaiian Guitar. Pieces include: Gilbert and Baer, "My Mother's Eyes" (Fox-Trot); Baer, Campbell, and Whiting, "High Up on a Hill-top" (Fox-Trot Song); Miller and Cohn, "My Suppressed Desire" (Fox-Trot Song); Gilbert and Shiklret,  "Jeannine" (I Dream of Lilac Time) (Waltz Ballad); Kahn and Fiorito, "I'm Sorry Sally" (Fox-Trot Song); Caesar and Friend, "My Blackbirds are Bluebirds Now" (Fox-Trot Song); Sherman, Lewis, and Hoefle, "When the Curtian Comes Down" (Waltz Ballad); Koehler and Wagine, "Rose of Mandalay" (Fox Trot); Gilbert and Baer, "Olaf" (Fox Trot); Caesar and Friend, "My Old Girl's My New Girl Now" (Fox-Trot Song); Joe L. Sanders, "What a Girl! What a Night!" (Fox Trot); Caesar and Friend, "It Goes Like This" (That Funny Melody) (Fox-Trot Song); Gilbert and Wayne, "My Angeline" (My Angel-een) (Waltz Ballad); Simons, Gillespie, and Whiting, "Honey" (Fox-Trot); Wood, Bibo, and Conrad, "Good Night" (Waltz Song);

Foden's Hawaiian Melodies, No. 1. Pieces include: William Foden, "Moon Glow" (Waltz); "Haymakers Frolic"; "Alpine Dreams" (Wa;tz); "Hawaiian Maiden" (Love Song); "O'er the Meadow"; "Golden Bell" (Waltz); "Pleasant Memories" (Tango); "Autumn Bloom" (Fox-Trot); "Starlight Serenade"; "Lafayette" (March);

Foden's Hawaiian Melodies No. 2. Pieces include: William Foden, "Sheperds March"; "Grace and Beauty" (Gavotte); "On the Lake" (Boat Song); "Sylvan Dreams" (Romance); "Farewell Sweetheart" (Serenade); "Starry Night" (Tango); "Parade of the Dolls"; "Medora" (Waltz); "Merry Days" (Fox Trot); "Sunny Side" (Waltz);

Unidentified, "Humoreske"; Narcisso Serradell, "La Golodrina" (The Swallow);

Hawaiian Guitar Solos. Everybody's Favorite Series, No. 62. Pieces include: Johann Strauss, "Blue Danube"; Johann Strauss, "Artist's Life"; Johann Strauss, "Tales from the Viewnna Woods"; J. Rosas, "Over the Waves"; Ludwig van Beethoven, "Minuet in G"; Pyotr Tchaikovsky, "Tschaikowsky's Concerto"; Richard Wagner, "Bridal Chorus" (From Lohengrin); Felix Mendelssohn, "Wedding March" (From Midsummer Night's Dream); Camille Saint-Saens, "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice", Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, "A Song of India"; F. von Flotow, "Ah! So Pure" (From Martha); Richard Wagner, "The Evening STar" (From Tannhauser); "Jacques Offenbach, "Barcarolle" (From Tales of Hoffmann); Franz Liszt, "Liebestraum" (Dearm of Love); Thomas P. Westendorf, "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen"; Annie F. Harrison, "In the Gloaming"; Franz Schubert, "Serenade"; J. L. Molloy, "Love's Old Sweet Song"; H. P. Danks, "Silver Threads Among the Gold"; Wolfgang A. Mozart, "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes"; Thomas H. Baily, "Long, Long Ago"; Henry Bishop, "Home Sweet Home"; Jules M. Massenet, "Elegie"; Anton Rubenstein, "Melody in F"; Benjamin Godard, "Berceuse"; Johannes Brahms, "Cradle Song"; Stephen Foster, "My Old Kentucky Home"; S. Foster, "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair"; Stephen Foster, "Swanee River" (Old Folks at Home); Stephen Foster, "Beautiful Dreamer"; Alice Hawthorne, "Whispering Hope"; James Bland, "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny"; Unidentified, "Home on the Range" (American Folk Song); J. Pierpont, "Jingle Bells"; Unidentified, "The Marine's Hymn"; (Official Song of the U. S. Marine Corps.); F. W. Meacham, "American Patrol" (To Arms America); Edmund L. Gruber, "The Caissons Go Rolling Along" (Artillery Song); Unidentified, "Song of the Volga Boatment" (Russian Folk Song); Unidentified, "Dark Eyes" (Russian Folk Song); Unidentified, "Two Guitars" (Russian Folk Song); Unidentified, "Would God I Were the Tender Apple Blossom" (Irish Folk Song); Unidentified, "Auld Lang Syne" (Scotch Folk Song); Unidentified, "Comin' Thro' the Rye" (Scotch Folk Song); E. di Capua, "Oh Marie" (Maria Mari); E. di Capua, "O Sole Mio"; A. Pestalozza, "Ciribiribin"; Unidentified, "Santa Lucia" (Italian Folk Song); E. de Curtis, "Come Back to Sorrento); C. Fernandez, "Cielito Lindo" (Beautiful Heaven); V. di Chiara, "La Spagnola"; N. Sarradell, "La Golondrina" (The Swallow); Ch. de Yradier, "La Paloma" (The Dove); A. G. Villoldo, "El Choclo"; G. H. Rodriguez, "La Cumparsita"; Queen Lilioukalani, "Aloha Oe"; Unidentified, "Ay, Ay, Ay" (Creole Song); Sir Arthur Sullivan and Adelaide A. Proctor, "The Lost Chord"; Bach and Counod, "Ave Maria"; Franz Schubert, "Ave Maria"; Franz Gruber, "Silent Night, Holy Night"; J. Reading, "O Come, All Ye Faithful" (Adeste Fidelis); Unidentified, "America" (Traditional); John Stafford Smith, "Star Spangled Banner" (U. S. National Anthem); C. Lavallee, "O Canada" (Canadian National ANthem); Alexander Muir, "The Maple Leaf Forever" (Canadian National Anthem);

Jos. W. Nicomede, "Hawaiin Jazz" (Fox Trot); Fred C. Bernhardt, "Hawaiian Moon"; Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher, "Her Heart Was Made of Stone" (Hawaiian Guitar Solos); Unidentified, "Hilo" (Introducing "Aloha Oe") (Hawaiian One-Step).

Folder 3: I'll See You in Slumberland - My Aloha Land, 1914-1958Add to your cart.

Frank Magine, "I'll See You Later in Slumberland"; Sammy Kaye and Sunny Skylar, "I'll Miss Your Kiss"; Roy Weston, "In My Old Cabin Home in the Moutains"; Annie F. Harrison, "In the Gloaming";

A. J. Weidt, "Just Smile"; Sidney Lippman, "Laroo, Laroo, Lilli Bolero"; John Klenner, "Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry"; Dave Franklin and Irving Taylor, "Lily Belle" (Hawaiian Guitar Solos); Lee S. Roberts, "Lonesome-That's All" (Ballad); A. J. Weidt, "Longing for You" (Song Fox-Trot); Vic Mizzy, "Loop-De-Loo"; Franz Liszt, "Love Dreams" (Liebestraum); W. C. Handy, "Loveless Love"; J. L. Molloy, "Love's Old Sweet Song"; Artie Wayne and Jack Beekman, "Mahzel" (Means Good Luck); C. S. De Lano, "Ma La Serenade"; H. M. Liliuokalani, "My FLower of Mawaii"; Unidentified, "Maui Girl"; Rubinstein and Gatchell, "Melody in F";

Memories of Hawaii. Spanish Guitar Solo and Hawaiian Guitar Solo. Pieces include: King Kalakaua, "Sweet Lei Lehua"; King Kalakaua, "Koni Au I Ka Wai" (Puaena Waves); Mary Robins, "Royal Hawaiin Hotel" (Hawaiian Hula); Charles Kaapa, "Hame Pila" (Hula Song); David Nape, "Tomi Tomi" (Comic Hula); Luciana Kalaau, "Lei E" (Hula Song); Unidentified, "Wahiikaahuula" (To Princess Kawananakoa); Unidentified, "Maui Girl"; Alice Everett, "Ua Like No a Like" (Dear Heart); Unidentified, "Mauna Kea"; Unidentified, "Mai Poina Oe Ia'u" (Forget Me Not); Unidentified, "My Hawaiin Maid"; Queen Liliuokalani, "Aloha Oe" (Farewell to Thee); Jack Alau, "One, Two, Three, Four"; H. Berger, "Hawaii Ponoi" (Hawaiian National Anthem);

Carl Maria von Weber, "Mermaid's Song" (Oberon) (With Sol and Chord Accompaniment);

Mill's Radio Favorites for Guitar, vol. 1. Hawaiian, Electric, and Plectrum Guitars. Pieces include: Con Conrad, "Margie"; Russ Morgan, "Doew Your Heart Beat For Me?"; Sunny Clapp, "Girl of My Dreams"; Ted Snyner, "Who's Sorry Now?"; Peter van Steeden, "Home";

Ludwig van Beethoven, "Minuet";

Moyer's Folio of Steel Guitar Solos and Duets, vol. 1. PIeces include: Will D. Moyer, "Aneeze Waltz"; "Beta Waltz"; "Memories"; "Under the Lazy Tree" (Song without Words); "Battery B March"; "Sea Gulls" (Barcarolle); "Springdale Waltz"; "That Teasing Strain" (Fox Trot); "Mazurka Melodious"; "Orientale"; "Spinning Song"; "Carrie" (Fox Trot); "Lullaby"; "Jack O'Lantern" (Schottische); "Sunkist" (Waltz); "At Dawn" (Waltz); "Honey Dew Waltz";

My Aloha Land. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Merry Widow Waltz"; "My Aloha Land".

Folder 4: The National Folio for the Hawaiian Guitar, Book 2 - Russian National Hymn, 1898-1948Add to your cart.

The National Folio for the Hawaiian Guitar, Book 2. Hawaiian Guitar Obligato, Hawaiian and Spanish Guitar Accompaniment, and Mando-Bass. Pieces include: Jos. W. Nicomede, "The Junior March"; Jimmy Kennedy, "My Alabama Moon" (Waltz); Unidentified, "One-Two-Three-Four" (Fox Trot); Nick Lucas, "The Serenaders" (Waltz); Jos. W. Nicomede, "Veno" (Fox Trot); Jimmy Kennedy, "You Played with My Heart" (Waltz Ballad); Jimmy Kennedy, "You Told Me of Love" (Fox Trot); Nick Lucas, "Chicoletta" (Mexican Waltz); George Muder, "On Wings of Glory" (March); Jos. W. Nicomede, "Tickling Waves" (Waltz);

Eden Ahbez, "Nature Boy";

Nearer My God to Thee. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Idle Thoughts at Dawn"; "Whispering Breeze"; "Nearer My God to Thee";

Nick Manoloff's Hawaiian Guitar Solos. Pieces include: Unidentified, "Abdul the Bulbul Ameer"; Queen Lydia Liliuokalni, "Aloha Oe" (Farewell to Thee); Unidentified, "Alice, Where Art Thou"; Unidentified, "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms"; Unidentified, "That Big Rock Candy Mountain"; Unidentified, "Bury Me Out on the Prairie"; James Bland, "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny"; Unidentified, "Cielito Lindo" (Beautiful Heaven) (Mexican Waltz); unidntified, "Climbing Up the Golden Stairs"; Claribel, "Come Back to Erin"; Unidentified, "Frankie and Johnny"; Unidentified, "God Be With You Till We Meet Again"; Unidentified, "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane"; Unidentified, "Heaven"; Unidentified, "He Leadeth Me"; Unidentified, "A Home on the Range"; Thomas P. Westendorf, "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen"; Unidentified, "I'm a Pilgrim"; Unidentified, "I Wish I Was Single Again"; Fred Howard and Nat Vincent, "It's Time To Say Aloha"; Unidentified, "Jesus Loves Me"; Unidentified, "Jingle Bells"; Unidentified, "Juanita" (Spanish Air); W. R. Calaway, "Just a Lonely Hobo"; Yradier, "La Paloma" (The Dove); Unidentified, "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning"; Alice Hawthorne, "Listen to the Mocking Bird"; Unidentified, "Little Old Shanty on the Claim"; Unidentified, "The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane"; Unidentified, "The Letter Edged in Black"; Katherine T. Hinkson, "Landonderry Air"; Amtpm Rubinstein, "Melody in F"; Unidentified, "Nearer My God, to Thee"; Unidentified, "O Come, All Ye Faithful" (Adeste Fidelis); Unidentified, "Golden Slippers"; Stephen C. Foster, "Oh! Susanna"; Unidentified, "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"; Unidentified, "Onward Christian Soldiers"; Unidentified, "Pass Around the Bottle"; Unidentified, "Red River Valley"; Unidentified, "Sally in Our Alley"; Frank and Manoloff, "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain"; Unidentified, "Silent Night, Holy Night"; H. P. Danks, "Silver Threads among the Gold"; Unidentified, "Song of the Volga Boatmen"; Unidentified, "Sweet and Low" Unidentified, "Sweet By and By"; Henry Tucker, "Sweet Genevieve"; Unidentified, "The Bright Mohawk Valley"; Unidentified, "The Last Rose of Summer"; F. N. Vinard, "The Little Girl Dressed in Blue"; Autry and Long, "The Mississippi Valley Blues"; C. W. Glover and C. M. Spencer, "The Rose of Tralee"; Unidentified, "The Spanish Cavalier" (El Caballero Espanol); W. R. Calaway, "The Written Letter"; Unidentified, "The Yellow Rose of Texas"; Michael W. Barlfe, "Then You'll Remember Me"; STephen C. Foster, "Way Down Upon the Swanee River"; Unidentified, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus"; Unidentified, "When the Work is All Done This Fall"; V. A. Butterfield, "When You and I Were Young Maggie"; Alice Hawthorne, "Whispering Hope"; Franz Schubert, "Who is Sylvia";

Pyotr Tchaikovsky, "March" (From the Nutcracker Suite); Unidentified, "On a Blue Lagoon"; Unidentified, "O Sole Mio"; Ed. di Capua, "O sole Mio" (My Shushine); Carrie Jacobs Bond, "A Perfect Day"; Richard Nelson, "Put Another Chair at the Table";

Robbins Hawaiian Guitar Folio, No. 9. Pieces include: Mack Gordon and Harry Revel, "Goodnight My Love"; Harold Adamson and Jimmy Mc Hugh, "There's Something in the Air"; Harold Adamson and Jimmy Mc Hugh, "Where the Lazy River Goes By"; J. W. Bratton and Leo Edwards, "Sweetheart Let's Grow Old Together"; Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown, "Smoke Dreams"; Johnny Merer and Richard A. Whiting, "Peter Piper";

Robbins Hawaiian Guitar Folio, No. 10. Pieces include: Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown, "Yours and Mine"; Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown, "I'm Feelin' Like a Million"; Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown, "Your Broadway and My Broadway"; Arthur Freed and Nacio Herb Brown, "Everybody Sing"; Gus Kahn, Bronislaw Kaper, and Walter Jurmann, "Blue Venetian Waters"; Gus Kahn, Bronislaw Kaper, and Walter Jurmann, "All God's Cillun Got Rhythm";

Unidentified, "Rosalie" (French Waltz); Ethelbert Nevin, "The Rosary"; Unidentified, "Russian National Hymn".

Folder 5: Same Old Moon - She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain, 1913-1948Add to your cart.

Billy Baskette, "Same Old Moon";

Santos Junior Hawaiian Guitar Ensemble. PIeces include: W. J. Eckhart, "Playmates Waltz"; "Swanee River" (Fox Trot); "Lady Luck" (Waltz); "Russian Fox Trot"; "Strawberry Tarts"; "When You and I Were Young Maggie" (Fox Trot); "The Fire Fly Flit"; "Golden Dawn"; "Sugar PIe"; "Scottish Fox Trot"; "Among the Violets"; "Dreamy Spain"; "Lovely Lady"; "In Gay Madrid"; "Sweet Meats" (Fox Trot); "Jumping Jacks Jubilee"; "Sweet Magnolia" (Waltz); "Spic and Span"; "Cotton Blossoms"; "The End of the Trail" (March); "Nice and NIfty"; "Bonita"; "The California Limited"; "Beets and Turnips" (Fox Trot); "Petite and Pretty"; "Madame Queen" (Waltz); "Sweet Dumpling"; "Crimson Sunset" (Waltz); "Chocolate Creams"; "Ruby Taylor Waltz"; "Punch and Joy"; "Delta Waltz";

Select Compositions and Arrangements for the Hawaiian Steel guitar and Ukulele. PIeces include: Unidentified, "Sweet Melody Waltz"; Unidentified, "Huna Dance"; C. S. de Lano, "Leona Waltz"; C. S. de Lano, "Evening Lullaby"; Unidentified, "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms";

The Superb Folio for Electric Hawaiian Guitar and Spanich Guitar Accpt. Pieces include: Don Santos, "Laurel March"; William Morris, "Just You" (Waltz); William Morris, "Bison City" (March); William Morris, "Golden Glow" (Waltz); Joe Colby, "Marche Militare" (Concert March); William Morris, "Hop Along" (Fox Trot); William Morris, "Barcelona" (Spanish Dance); William Morris, "American Marine" (March); William Morris, "Winnie" (Waltz); William Morris, "Flower City" (March); William Morris, "Royal Purple" (March); Conrad Gebelein, "March W. B. A. L.".

Ticklin' Tunes for Hawaiian Guitar and Spanich Guitar Accpt. PIeces include: Don Santos, "The Cup Winner" (March); William Morris, "Honey Dew" (Valse); William Morris, "Sweep Stakes" (Polka); Roland J.Le Mieux, "Smiling Sam" (Fox Trot); William Morris, "Lady Lou" (Calse Classic); H. Boote, "Let's Go" (Fox-Trot); William Morris, "The Mastertone" (March); William Morris, "Chinky" (Chinese Novelty Fox-Trot); William Morris, "Jolly Jo" (Novelette); William Morris, "Dolores" (Spanish Waltz); William Morris, "Jumping Jo" (Novelty Fox Trot); Don Santos, "On the Levee" (Novelty Fox Trot).

Horatio Nicholls, "Say a Little Prayer For Me";

Schurman's Folio of Steel Guitar Solos Volume 1. Pieces include: J. D. Schurmann, "At the County Fair"; J. D. Schurmann, "Summer Zephyrs Waltz"; J. D. Schurmann, "On the Move March"; J. D. Schurmann, "La Manola"; J. D. Schurmann, "A Darky Camp-Meeting"; J. D. Schurmann, "Evening Song", Yradier, "La Paloma" (Syncopated) (Arranged by J. D. Schurmann); J. D. Schurmann, "Moonlight Reverie"; J. D. Schurmann, "Little Beauty Mazurka".

Schurman's Folio of Steel Guitar Solos Volume 2. Pieces include: J. D. Schurmann, "Pansy Waltz"; "Egyptian Patrol"; "Teasing the Pup Rag"; "Song of the Pines"; "O Sole Mio" (Arranged by J. D. Schurmann); "Castles in Spain"; "Over the Waves Waltz"; "A Country Dance"; "Harmonic March".

C. A. Bixio and B. Cherubini, "Serenade in the Night" 9Violino Tzigano); Charse L. Johnson, "Shadow - Time" (Reverie); Unidentified, "She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain".

Box 46Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Smith's Hawaiian Folio for Hawaiian Guitar Orhestra, Book. 1 - Whispering Hope, 1915-1970Add to your cart.

Smith's Hawaiian Folio for Hawaiian Guitar Orhestra, Book. 1. Piano Accopaniment. Pieces include: Will D. Moyer, "Here Comes That Band" (Fox Trot); Will D. Moyer, "Every One Happy" (Song Style Fox Trot); Helen E. Davis, "In Loveland" (Waltz); Claudia N. Hollopeter, "Alhambra March"; Will D. Moyer, "My Song to You" (Fox Trot); T. m. Gallagher, "Silver Sands" (Waltz); William H. Cooper, "At Rest"; Will D. Moyer, "Tangerine"; Erich W. Hardt, "The Hawaiian "Go E. Z." March".

Smith's Hawaiian Folio for Hawaiian Guitar Orchestra, Book. 2. Piano Accopmaniment. Pieces include: Robert Yap, "Hilo Maid" (Hula); Harry J. Clarke, "Halona O'Hawaiia" (Beautiful Mountain of Hawaiian); Robert Yap, "On the Trail of the Nodding Fern" (Waltz); Robert Yap, "Hula Medley"; Harry J. Clarke, "The Hula Girl of Honolulu"; Robert Yap, "Pali Breeze" (Breeze from the Mountain); Harry J. Clarke, "The Rose of Hawaiia" (Waltz); Robert Yap, "Liquid Sunshine" (Waltz); Unidentified, "A Home on the Range"; Harry J. Clarke, "Maid of Honolulu" (Love Song); Robert Yap, "Dance of Pele"; Will D. Moyer, "Sensation March"; Harry J. Clarke, "My Hawaiian Hula queen"; Harry J. Clarke, "Mele Hula"; Harry J. Clarke, "My Hula Girl of Waikiki"; Will D. Moyer, "The Lucky Star" (Waltz); Unidentified, "Honolulu March"; Roy Smeck, "Honolulu Capers"; Harry J. Clarke, "Rose O Maunawili" (Rose of Maunawili) (Waltz).

Egbert van Alstyne, "Softly Steals the Night";

Smith's 100 Steel Guitar Solos. Pieces Include: Unidentified, "Home on the Range"; Unidentified, "Red River Valley" (Country/Western Favorite); Unidentified, "Comin' 'Round the Mountain"; Unidentified, "Bury Me out on the Prairie" (I've Got No Use for the Women); Unidentified, "Down in the Valley"; Unidentified, "When the Works All Done This Fall"; Unidentified, "I've Been Workin' on the Railroad"; Unidentified, "Aloha Oe" (Hawaiian Anthem); Unidentified, "Liebestraum" (Dream of Love); Unidentified, "Carry Me Back to Old Virginity"; Unidentified, "My Sweethearts the Man in the Moon"; Unidentified, "Auld Lang Syne"; Unidentified, "My Bonnie"; Unidentified, "Soft Music is Stealing"; Unidentified, "Lightly Row"; Unidentified, "Little Brown Jug"; Unidentified, "Louisiana Belle"; Unidentified, "Turkey in the Straw"; Stephen C. Foster, "Uncle Ned"; F. Silcher, "The Loreley"; Unidentified, "Blue Bells of Scotland"; L. Mason, "Work for the Night is Coming"; Unidentified, "There is a Happy Land"; Sir Henry Bishop, "Home Sweet Home"; B. R. Hamby, "Darling Nelly Gray"; Unidentified, "Sweet Lei Lehua" (Hawaiian Song); Unidentified, "Bonnie Doon"; Unidentified, "The Quilting Party"; Unidentified, "One, Two, Three, Four" (Hawaiian Song); Unidentified, "Forget Me Not" (Hawaiian Love Song); Unidentified, "Oh! Boys Carry Me Along"; Unidentified, "The Campbells Are Coming" (Scotch Air); S. C. Foster, "Nelly Bly"; Unidentified, "Good Night, Ladies"; Robert Burns, "Comin' Thro' the Rye"; Stephen C. Foster, "Old Favorite"; Unidentified, "Old Cabin Home"; Unidentified, "Battle Hymn of the Republic"; William C. Fischer, "I Love to Tell the Story"; J. E. Spilman, "Flow Gently Sweet Afton"; Unidentified, "Hi-Le, Hi-Lo"; Unidentified, "Little Lullaby"; W. T. Wrighton, "The Dearest Spot on Earth"; S. C. Foster, "Oh Susanna"; Mendelssohn, "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"; Unidentified, "The Dutch Warbler"; W. B. Bradbury, "Sweet Hour of Prayer"; H. C. Work, "Kingdom Come"; Unidentified, "Pop! Goes the Weasel"; Unidentified, "Polly Wolly Doodle"; Unidentified, "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star"; Handel, "Joy to the World"; W. H. Monk, "Sun of my Soul"; Unidentified, "Drink to me Only With Thine Eyes"; J. S. Spilman, "From Greenlands Icy Mountains"; Unidentified, "When the Day With Rosy Light"; Unidentified, "Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be?"; S. Woodworth, "Old Oaken Bucket" (Waltz); R. B. Buckley, "Wait for the Wagon"; Unidentified, "Bingo"; Nageli, "Blest Be the Tie That Binds"; Thomas Moore, "The Harp That Once Through Tara's Hall"; Unidentified, "Oh Come, Come Away" (College song); Unidentified, "On the Campus" (March); L. Lambert, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"; Unidentified, "Nut Borwn Maiden"; Unidentified, "Lucy Long"; Unidentified, "Wearing of the green"; Nelson Kneass, "Ben Bolt"; Unidentified, "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow"; Unidentified, "Goodbye, My Lover, Goodbye"; Unidentified, "Bonny Eloise"; Stephen C. Foster, "Gentle Annie"; Unidentified, "Minka" (Russian Folk Song); Unidentified, "Dear Evelina"; Stephen C. Foster, "Camptown Races"; George F. Root, "The Vacant Chair"; Unidentified, "Maryland! My Maryland!"; Dan Emmet, "Dixie Land"; Will S. Hays, "Mollie Darling"; Unidentified, "My Love, She's But a Lassie"; Unidentified, "Fishers Hornpipe"; Unidentified, "Santa Lucia" (Neapolitan Song); Unidentified, "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"; Unidentified, "Robin Adair" (Scotch Song); Unidentified, "Lancashire Clog"; S. C. Foster, "Fairy Bell"; Robert Lowry, "Shall We Gather at the River"; George F. Root, "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!"; Unidentified, "Mystery Tune"; Unidentified, "Reveille"; T. H. Bayly, "Long, Long Ago"; William J. Smith, "Hawaiian Fandango"; Alice Hawthorne, "Listen to the Mocking Bird"; Unidentified, "At Pierrot's Door" (French Folk Song); Thomas Hastings, "Rock of Ages"; Gottschalk, "Holy Ghost with Light Divine"; Unidentified, "Ua Like No Like" (Hawaiian Song); Jos. A. Bland, "Golden Slippers"; Unidentified, "Russian Mazurka"; Unidentified, "The Carnival of Venice"; H. R. Bishop, "Chime Again Beautiful Bells"; Lady John Scott, "Annie Laurie" (Concert Solo); Unidentified, "Silent Night, Holy Night".

Frankie Carle, "Sunrise Serenade"; Red C. Bernhardt, "Sweetheart in the Rockies"; Fred Rose, "That's Why I'm Jealous of You"; Artur Beul, "Toolie Oolie Doolie" (The Yodel Polka); Allan Grant, "To You, My Love, To You"; Unidentified, "Traumerei";

The Waikiki Folio for the Hawaiian Guitar. Pieces include: Frank L. Buckingham, "To You" (Valse Romantique); "Carlota" (Valse Espagnole); "Sweet Chiming Bells" (Mazurka); "Echo Answers" (March); "Laugh Feet Laugh" (Two Step); "Serenade Waltz"; "Onward Waltz"; "Song Without Words"; "Melody in D" (Air Varie); "Let's Go" (March).

Cal de Voll, "When We Carved Our Hearts on the Old Oak Tree"; Alice Hawthorne, "Whispering Hope".

Sub-Series 2: Method BooksAdd to your cart.
Materials with numeric titles have been arranged at the beginning.
Box 47Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 4 Ways to Play Guitar - First Hawaiian Conservatory of Music, 1919-1949Add to your cart.

4 Ways to Play Guitar: Hawaiian;

"Aloha Oe";

The At-A-Glance Illustrated Self Instructor fo Hawaiian Guitar

Alfred L. Greathouse, Hawaiina and Electric Guitar Course;

The Correct Position for Holding and Playing the Hawaiian Guitar;

"Eddie Alkire's Hello Honolulu"; "Eddie Alkire's Kanakas Farwell"; "Eddie Alkire's Music of Hawaii"; "Eddie Alkire's My Hawaii";

Kalani Kalamona, EZ Method: How to Play the Hawaiian Guitar;

George Roberts, EZ Method: How to Play Steel Guitar (Hawaiian);

Frank L. Littig's Method for the Steel Guitar;

First Hawaiian Conservatory of Music, Inc.

Folder 2: The First Step: How to Play the Hawaiian Steel Guitar - The Hawaiian All-Chord Guitar Method, Book 1, 1928-1934Add to your cart.

Le Stern, The First Step: How to Play the Hawaiian Steel Guitar;

The Hawaiian All-Chord Guitar Method, Book 1.

Folder 3: "Hawaiian Love" - Kaai's Method for Hawaiian Guitar, 1920-1931Add to your cart.

"Hawaiian Love"; "The Hawaiian School of Music";

The Hawaiian School of Music;

"Hawaian School of Music" (C Major Scale)";

"Hawaiian "Steel" Guitar Fingerboard";l "How to Hold the Guitar";

Illustration Showing the Correct Position of Holding and Playing the Guitar in the Hawaiian Manner;

"Isle of Golden Dreams";

Kaai's Method for Hawaiian Guitar (1919);

Kaai's Method for Hawaiian Guitar (1926).

Folder 4: The Improved Kamiki Hawaiian Guitar Method - "Juanita", 1918-1939Add to your cart.

The Improved Kamiki Hawaiian Guitar Method (Revised Edition);

"I wish I knew";

Kamiki Modern Plan of Instruction (Part One);

Kamiki Modern Plan of Instruction for Hawaiian Steel Guitar (Part One) (Teacher's Lesson Record);

"Juanita".

Box 48Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Littig's New Harmony Self Instructor Diagram Chords and Strokes for Hawaiian Guitar - "Music by Gibson", 1921-1937Add to your cart.

Littig's New Harmony Selft Instructor Diagram Chords and Strokes for Hawaiian Guitar;

Littig's New Practical Method for Hawaiian Steel Guitar;

Pasco Roberts, Master Lessons Hawaiian Steel Guitar, vol. 1;

Julius Bellson, The Mastertone System for Steel Guitar;

"Music by Gibson".

Folder 2: National Self Teacher for Hawaiian Steel Guitar - National Self Teacher for Hawaiian Ukulele, Banjuke or Tora Patch Fiddle, 1919-1926Add to your cart.

Will D. Moyer, National Self Teach for Hawaiian Guitar;

Woll D. Moyer, National Self Teacher for Hawaiian Ukulele, Banjuke or Tora Patch Fiddle.

Folder 3: The Nick Lucas Hawaiian Guitar Method, vol. 1 - The Nick Lucas Hawaiian Guitar Method, vol. 3, 1935-1940Add to your cart.
Nick Lucas, The Nick Lucas Hawaiian Guitar by Nick Lucas, vol. 1, 2 and 3
Folder 4: Nick Manoloff's Hawaiian Guitar Method, Book 2, 1936Add to your cart.
Nick Manoloff's Hawaiian Guitar Method, Book 2;
Folder 5: The Original Guckert's Chords for the Hawaiian Steel Guitar at Sight - Original Hawaiian Method for the Steel Guitar, Enlarged Eleventh Edition, 1915-1917Add to your cart.

The Original Guckert's Chords for the Hawaiian Steel Guitar at Sight;

Myrtle Stumpf, Original Hawaiian Method for the Steel Guitar, Second Edition;

Myrtle Stumpf, Original Hawaiian Method for the Steel Guitar, Enlarged Tenth Edition;

Myrtle Stumpf, Original Hawaiian Method for the Steel Guitar, Enlarged Eleventh Edition.

Box 49Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Original Hawaiian Method for Steel Guitar - "Royal Parade March", 1915-1941Add to your cart.

Myrtle Stumpf, Original Hawaiian Method for Steel Guitar;

N. B. Bailey, The Peterson System of Playing the Guitar With Steel in the Hawaiian Manner, 32nd Edition;

"Racing Waves";

Pasco Roberts, Roberts' Actual PItch Method Electric Hawaiian Steel Guitar High Bass Octave Tuning;

"Royal Parade March".

Folder 2: Santos Diagram Method for the Hawaiian Guitar, Part 1 - Santos Junior Hawaiian Guitar Method for Teaching for the Beginner, Part 1, 1931-1934Add to your cart.

Santos Diagram Method for the Hawaiian Guitar, Parts 1 and 2;

"San-Fox Trot";

Don Santos, Santos Junior Hawaiian Guitar Method, Parts 1 and 2;

Santos Junior Hawaiian Guitar Method for Class Teaching for the Beginner, Part 1.

Folder 3: Santos Modern Hawaiian Guitar Method, Book 2 - Sherwood's Method and Solos for Hawaiian Guitar, vol. 2, 1916-1944Add to your cart.

Santos Modern Hawaiian Guitar Method, Books 2 and 3;

G. S. DeLano, Select Compositons and Arrangement for the Hawaiian Steel Guitar and Ukulele;

Sherwood's Method and Solos for Hawaiin Guitar, vol. 2.

Folder 4: Smith's Modern School Instructor for Hawaiian Guitar, Book 1 - Williams Diagram Method For the Hawaiian Guitar, 1916-1935Add to your cart.

Smith's Modern School Instructor for Hawaiian Guitar, Books 1, 2, and 3;

"Sweet Hawaiian Dreams"; "Under Waving Palms";

Unidentified Diagram Lessons. Pieaces include: "My Wildirish Rose" (Lesson No. 2); "Hawaiian Memories" (Lesson No. 3); Moonlight Waltz" (Lesson No. 4); One, Two, Three, Four" (Lesson No. 5); "Wabash Blues" " (Lesson No. 6); "When It's Springtime in the Rockies" (Lesson No. 7); "I'm Alone Because I Love You" (Lesson No. 9); "Sweet Jennie Lee" (Lesson No. 10); "Victory March" (Lesson No. 12); "The Waltz You Saved For Me"; "When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain";

Warner's Very Easy Method for Hawaiian Guitar for Beginners;

"Weidt's Chord Chart Lesson 1 and 1a";

Williams Diagram Method For the Hawaiian Guitar.

Series 6: Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books, 1891-1969Add to your cart.
Consists of sheet music and method books for the guitar published between 1891 and 1969. Arranged into two separate subseries for sheet music and method books. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Sub-Series 1: Sheet MusicAdd to your cart.
Consists of solo and ensemble arrangements for the guitar and folios containing multiple pieces. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the individual piece or folio. Pieces within folios are listed.
Box 50Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio for Guitar - Go Go Guitar!, 1895-1945Add to your cart.

The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 4.  Guitar. Pieces include: Jerome & Schwartz, "The Gambling Man"; Stanley Crawford, "Only a Dream of the Golden Past"; Jerome & Schwartz, "I'm Unlucky"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Susie Anna"; Stanley Crawford, "Show the White of Yo' Eye"; Max Hoffmann, "Ching a Ling a Loo"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Julie"; Jean Schwartz, "O'O'O'Brien"; Egbert Vanalstyne, "We've Got to Move To-Day"; Smith & Bowman, "In the Jungle I'm a Queen"; Max Hoffmann, "Up and Down the LIne"; McPherson & Brymn, "Good-Night Lucindy"; Max Hoffmann, "My Little Japaneesee"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Why Don't You Go, Go, Go"; Kendis & Paley, "If I Had a Thousand Hearts"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Hamlet Was a Melancholy Dane"; Max Hoffmann, "It's the Band"; Harry S. Marion, "Roses"; Silvio Hein, "Her Boy in the Rank and File"; Jerome & Schwartz, "When the Stars are Shining Bright"; Jean Schwartz, "Mazeppa" (Intermezzo); Maude Nugent, "My Lady Peggy" (Waltzes); Fred F. Houlihan, "The Yazoo" (Cake Walk & Two Step); Silvio Hein, "The Maid at Arms" (March & Two Step); Harry O. Sutton, "Moonlight Caprice" (Three Step);

The Beaver Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No.5. Guitar. Pieces include: Egbert Van Alystyne, "Navajo"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Bedelia"; J. B. Mullen, "I Am Longing For My Old Kentucky Home"; Cobb & Edwards, "In Zanzibar (My Little Chimpanzee)"; Herbert Spencer, "Stella"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Cordalia Malone"; J. B. Mullen, "The Man Behind"; Stanley Crawford, "In the Village By the Sea"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Dear Sing Sing"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Seminole"; Gus Edwards, "Take Me Back to My Louisiana Home"; Mose Gumble, "Follow the Merry Crowd"; J. B. Mullen, "Down on the Brandywine"; Robert J. Adams, "Daisy Donohue"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Tippecanoe"; Jerome & Schwartz, "Stories Adam Told to Eve"; Jerome & Schwartz, "He Was A Sailor"; Robert J. Adams, "Sweetest Girl in Dixie"; Jerome & Schwartz, "In Cincinnati"; Maude Nugent, "The Moon, The Coon, and The Little Octoroon"; Gus Edwards, "I'm Crazy to Go on the Stage"; Robert J. Adams, "Good-bye Fedora"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "Johnny Morgan"; Robert J. Adams, "Nancy Lee"; J. B. Mullen, "That's How I Love You, Mame";

Anthony Antone, "Blue"; Edwin H. Lemare, "Cathedral Meditation" (Andantino); Nicanor Molinare,"Chiu, Chiu"; C. S. DeLano, "Companero Polka"; Paul Beaumont, "Con Amore (With My Love)" (Melodie); Harry Volpe & Frank Victor, "Easy Like";

Empire Collection: 15 Choice Melodic Compositions. Guitar. Pieces include: Theodore F. Morse, "By the River"; F. Schubert, "Serenade"; F. H. Losey, "Alita (Wild Flower)" (Morceau); Gabriel-Marie, "La Cinquantaine"; E. Waldteufel, "Estudiantina" (Waltz); Auguste Bosc, "Rose-Mousse" (Valse Lente); F. H. Losey, "Patrol of the Guardsmen"; F. H. Losey, "Crescent Queen" (March); A. Rubinstein, "Melodie"; Mendelssohn, "Wedding March"; E. Waldteufel, "Espana" (Waltz); Theodore Moses-Tobani, "Warbler's Farewell"; J. C. Heed, "Volcano" (March); Theodore Moses-Tobani, "Poetica" (Waltz); F. H. Losey, "Waldmere" (March);

Favorite Mandolin Collection, Vol. 2. Guitar. Pieces include: P. Mario Costa, "'A Frangesa March"; H. Tobini, "Budding Flowers"; J. Raff, "Cavatina"; Gabriel Marie, "La Cinquantaine"; M. Hauser, "Cradle Song"; J. P. Morgan, "The Crickets Parade" (Characteristic March); S. Seymour, "Dolly Varden"; F. Hills, "Down in Darktown" (Cake Walk); G. Lange, "Flower Song" (Blumenlied); Richard Eilenberg, "First Heart Throbs"; Henry R. Bishop, "Home, Sweet Home"; P. Mascagni, "Cavalleria Rusticana" (Intermezzo); Yama Sen, "Japanesa" (Characteristic); A. Rubinstein, "Melody in F"; F. N. Crouch, "Kathleen Mavourneen"; G. Verdi, "Miserere"; R. Keiser, "National Airs" (March Medley); Stephen C. Foster, "Old Folks at Home"; Leo Delibes, "Pizzicati"; G. Ludovic, "Orange Blossoms"; F. Beatrice, "Primrose Flower" (Waltz); M. Richmond, "Town Tattler" (March); J. F. Wagner, "Under the Double Eagle" (March); G. Verdi, "Il Trovatore"; Thomas Roosevelt, "Under the Stars and Stripes" (March); A. R. Montaine, "Up in a Swing" (Reverie); J. Ivanovici, "Waves of the Danube";

Go Go Guitar! Teen-age Hits Arranged for 1, 2, and 3 Guitars.Pieces include: Chalres Strouse, "Born Too Late"; Leon Carr, "Hotel Happiness"; Stanley A. Kesler and Charlie Feathers, "I Forgot to Remember to Forget"; Beverly Ross and Julius Dixon, "Lollipop"; Bob Montgomery, "Somebody Else's Girl"; Jeff Barry and Ben Raleigh, "Tell Laura I Love Her"; Jeff Barry, "Tell Me What She Said"; Mort Garson, "Theme for A Dream"; Malous Rene and Ritchie Adams, "Tossin' and Turnin'"; Mitch Murray, "You Were Made For Me."

Folder 2: Husking Corn - Suite in C Major Op. 26 for Three Guitars, 1891-1969Add to your cart.

Arling Shaeffer, "Husking Corn" (Syncopated Meditation); Paul Gardie, "After the Victory" (March Militaire); Csepei Tibor, "Improvizaciok a Tanczeneben"; P. K. Lua & D. Kaili, "Kahola-Honolulu (Hawaiian Marches)" (One-Step); Carmen Mastren and Albert Harris, "Lament in E"; Will Grosz, "Let's Sing a Song About Susie"; Walter T. Holt, "Love Song"; William J. Smith, "Kamiki March"; Frederic Chopin, "Maiden's Wish" (A Polish Song); Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston, "Mairzy Doats"; Adolph Linden, "Merry Shepherd Polka"; Trigger Alpert and Barry Galbraith, "Mixup";

Modern Music for Guitars. Pieces include: Alex North, "The Misfits"; Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, "Tammy"; Elmer Bernstein, "The Magnificent Seven"; Chase - Klaus Gunter - Neumann, "Wonderland by Night"; Norman Petty, "Wheels"; Lee Pockriss, Paul J. Vance, and Heino Gaze, "Calcutta"; Johnny Mercer, Jacques Prevert, and Joseph Kosma, "Autumn Leaves"; Buck Ram, Morty Nevins, Al Nevins, and Artie Dunn, "Twilight Time"; Dorcas Cochran, Quincy Jones, and Henri Salvador, "The Midnight Sun Will Never Set";

A. J. Weidt, "New Life" (Gavotte); J. Francis Gilder, "Norwegian Slumber Song"; Fred T. Baker, "Japanese Dance"; Abe Holzmann, "Old Faithful" (March and Two-Step); Fryman-Fritz Gustaf, "Open Door-Open Arms"; Leon Jessel, "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers"; Enrico Granados, "Playera" (Spanish Dance);

The Gold Book: Popular Hits for Guitar. Pieces include: Al Stillman and Robert Allen, "No, Not Much"; Jack Segal and Marvin Fisher, "Nothing Ever Changes My Love for You"; Aaron Collins, Maxwell DAvis, and Sam Ling, "Eddie, My Love"; Al Frisch, Mack Wolfson, and Edward R. White, "Flowers Mean Forgiveness"; Ferdinand Washington and Stan Lewis, "I'll Be Home"; Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener, and George Weiss, "Mr. Wonderful"; Frank Lymon and George Goldner, "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?"; Al Hoffman and Dick Manning, "Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)"; Bob Haymes, "Lipstick and Candy and Rubber Sole Shoes"; Noel Sherman and Joe Sherman, "Juke Box Baby";

J. P. Knight, "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep"; Unidentified, Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes"; Kate Dolby, "The Flying Wedge" (Galop); C. W. Padgett, "Salutation Schottische"; N. Rimsky - Korsakoff, "A Song of India"; Anthony Antone, "String Along"; Leonhard von Call, "Suite in C Major Op. 26-Co 180".

Folder 3: Suite Para Dos Guitarras - Zephrys from Melodyland Arranged for Mandolin and Guitar (Guitar Part), 1892-1965Add to your cart.

Anmando Lavalle, "Suite Para dos Guitarras."

Joseph M. Estella and Sid Kleiner, Swingin' St. Nick: Guitar Combos. Pieces include: "Happy New Year, to All"; "Ho-Ho, Go!"; "Jingle Bell Jump"; "Mistletoe Rock"; "The Night Before Christmas"; "Rock the Halls"; "Swing It, St. Nick"; "Tinsel Tree Twist";

G. Verdi, "Il Travatore"; Abe Holzmann, "Uncle Sammy" (March & Two Step); Alfred Marges, "Valse Bleu";

The Vandersloot Mandolin and Guitar Folio No. 2. Guitar. Pieces include: F. H. Losey, "Charity Ball" (Waltzes); C. D. Henninger, "Cuban Independence" (March); C. D. Henninger, "Constitution" (March and Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Grenadier Guards" (March); F. H. Losey, "Jolly Sweethearts" (Intermezzo-Two Step); Caird M. Vandersloot, "Japan's Triumphal March" (Two Step); Herman V. Yeager, "King of Good Fellows" (March & Two-Step); F. H. Losey, "Merry Moments" (Quadrille or Lanciers); C. E. Vandersloot, "Mid-Summer" (Waltzes); Harry J. Lincoln, "Nuptial" (Waltzes); John Hazel, "Ole Huskie" (March - Reel Medley); Louis L. Comstock, "On the Firing Line" (March); F. H. Losey, "Parade of the Humming Birds" (March and Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Sun-flower" (Three Step); C. E. Duble, "Salute to Williamsport" (March); Harry J. Lincoln, "Salute to America" (March & Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "Tri-State" (March and Two Step); Abe Losch, "The Joker" (March & Two Step); F. H. Losey, "The 74th Regiment Band" (March); F. H. Losey, "Under the Palms" (Waltzes); Harry J. Lincoln, "Vallamont (Valley and Mountain)" (Reverie); Harry J. Lincoln, "Whispering Waves" (Waltzes);

The Vandersloot Mandolin and Guitar Folio, No. 4. Guitar. Pieces include: L. Frank Miller, "A Royal Prince" (March - Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Astaroth" (March); Lee Orean Smith, "After All" (Waltz); F. H. Losey, "Capitola March"; Abe Losch, "The Four Aces" (March & Two Step); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Fire Master" (March and Two Step); Lee Orean Smith, "King Crap" (Characteristic March or Cake Walk); C. M. Vandersloot, "Last Days of Pompeii" (March and Two Step); C. E. Vandersloot, "L.A.W." (Waltzes); Harry J. Lincoln, "Nippono" (Intermezzo Two Step or March); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Observatory" (March & Two Step); "Reciprocity"; C. F. Zerbe, "Sounds from the Valley" (Waltzes); Harry J. Lincoln, "The Tournament" (March & Two Step); Lee Orean Smith, "When a Lady Leads the Band" (March - Two Step); F. H. Losey, "Vandersloot's Bomb" (Medley Overture);

Sam H. Stept, "When They Ask About You" (Fox-Trot);

Whitney W.W. Warner Mandolin and Guitar Collection, No. 7. Guitar. Pieces include: Percy Wenrich, "Rainbow" (An Indian Intermezzo); William J. McKenna, "Mandy Lane"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "I Want Someone to Call Me Dearie"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "It Looks to Me Like a Big Night To-Night"; Charles L. Johnson, "Dill Pickles" (Two Step); Benjamin Hapgood Burt, "Hang Out The Front Door Key"; George Botsford, "Pride of the Prairie"; Egbert Van Alstyne, "My Rosie Rambler"; George Botsford, "Black and White Rag"; Clare Kummer, "Garden of Dreams"; Van Alstyne and Burt, "I Used to be Afraid to go Home in the Dark"; Albert Gumble, "When I Marry You"; Charles L. Johnson, "Fine and Dandy"; Percy Wenrich, "Naughty Eyes"; George Botsford, "Love Watches"; Nora Bayes-Norworth, " Shine On, Harvest Moon"; George Evans, "O'Brien Has No Place To Go"; Albert Gumble "The 'Bolo' Rag"; Jack Norworth, "Over on the Jersey Side"; J. Bodewalt Lampe, "Happy-Go-Lucky" (March and Two Step); Albert Gumble, "There's No Moon Like A Honeymoon"; Henriette Balnke-Belcher, "Honey-Land"; Kendis & Paley, "Don't Go Away"; Nora Bayes-Norworth, "When Jack Comes Sailing Home"; J. Bodewalt Lampe, "Pig Tails" (Chinese-American March-Two Step);

The Young Artists: A Collection of Easy Transcriptions. Guitar. Pieces include: John Wiegand, "The Old Oaken Bucket"; Foster-Wiegand, "My Old Kentucky Home"; Foster-Wiegand, "Old Folks at Home"; Foster-Wiegand, "Massa's in the Cold, Cold Ground"; Moore-Wiegand, "'Tis the Last Rose of Summer"; J. Wiegand, "The Two Roses"; Bishop-Wiegand, "Home, Sweet Home"; Barnby-Wiegand, "Sweet and Low"; Koschat-Wiegand, "Forsaken"; Wiegand, "Blue Bells of Scotland"; Wiegand, "Robin Adair"; J. Wiegand, "The Cruiskeen Lawn";

C. W. Krogman, Zephyrs from Melodyland, Op. 15. Guitar. Pieces include: "The Little Prince" (Valse); "Santa Claus Guards" (March); "Song of the Sea Shell"; "The Rainbow Fairy" (Mazurka); "Leola Waltz"; "Primrose Dance" (Polka); "The Little Patriot" (March); "The Pony Race" (Galop); "Vesper Bells"; "The Merry Bobolink"; "Evening Song"; "The Robin's Lullaby" (Waltz).

Sub-Series 2: Method BooksAdd to your cart.
Consists of one folder of method books and instructional materials for how to play the guitar. All of the materials are arranged alphabetically by title.
Box 50Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Richard W. Righmire's Mexican Guitar - Weidt's Elementary Studies for 1st and 2nd Guitar, 1902-1964Add to your cart.

"Richard W. Rightmire's Mexican Guitar";

"Weidt's Chord System: Demonstration";

"Weidt's Chord System: Chord Stroke Chart";

"Simplified Chord Chart";

"Weidt's Practical Course in Composition and Arranging";

"Weidt's Chord System Demonstration: Plectrum Guitar and Guitar";

"Weidt's Chord System: Syncopated 'Fill In'";

"Weidt's Elementary Studies: A Practical Method for Class and Private Instruction."

Series 7: Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books, 1894-1965Add to your cart.
Consists of sheet music and method books for the autoharp and zither published between 1894 and 1965. Arranged into two separate subseries for sheet music and method books. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Sub-Series 1: Sheet MusicAdd to your cart.
Consists of autoharp and zither solo arrangements, accompaniments, and folios consisting of multiple pieces. Arranged alphabetically by the title of the individual piece or folio. Pieces within folios are listed. Materials with numeric titles have been arranged at the beginning.
Box 51Add to your cart.
Folder 1: 21 Folk Songs - Dream Faces, 1955-1965Add to your cart.

Ann D. Diers, 21 Folk Spng Arrangments for Autoharp Guitar or Zither. Pieces include: "The Old Lady Swallowed a Fly"; "Grandma Grunts"; "The Riddle Song"; "I Know Where I'm Goin'"; "Simple Gifts"; "At the Gate of Heaven"; "Were You There?"; "All Through the Night"; "Christmas Eve is Here"; "Sandy Land"; "Marching to Pretoria"; "Ol' Texas"; "The Winter it is Past"; "Ye Banks and Braes O' Bonnie Doon"; "Down in that Valley"; "The Bird Song"; "Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier"; "I Know My Love"; "O Waly, Waly"; "Go 'Way from my Window"; "Holla-Hi, Holla-Ho";

George F. Root, "Abegail at Carmel"; Verdi, "Adia March"; Pierre Latour, "Airy Flight Waltz"; Bohm, "Alpine Flower"; Claude Melnotte, "Angels' Visits Song" with "Hymn";

Dorothy Davis, Autoharp Accomaniments to Songs from Music Everywhere. Pieces include: "Alouette"; "Down in the Valley"; "Lead Through that Sugar and Tea"; "If I Could Fly"; "Polly-Wolly-Doodle"; "The Green Dress"; "Strike Up a Waltz Tune"; "Pretty Margarita"; "Sing Together"; "Sinclair Bold"; "La Cucaracha"; "Palapala"; "The Sailor" (O Marinheiro); "Aloha Oe"; "An Old World Tune"; "A Fall Lullaby"; "Farewell to Santa Lucia"; "The Holly and the Ivy"; "Shool"; "Wake Up, Day is Breaking"; "Hail and Farewell"; "Ivan Skivitsky Skivar"; "Old Brass Wagon"; "Joy to the World"; "Full Chorus!"; "Ring, Ring the Banjo"; "The Seasons"; "A Night Voyage"; "A Picture in Memory"; "Noah's Ark"; "The White Dove"; "The Music of the Bells"; "In a Boat"; "Over the Meadows"; "Riches and Power"; Country Evening"; "Queen of the Night"; "Weather"; "If I had the Wings"; "The Shepard's Pie"; "Sing-a-Ling-a-Ling"; "Bavarian Tune"; "Minka"; "A Ladies of Cadiz"; "An Olf Legend"; "Fiesta"; "The Arkansaw Traveler"; "The Steer Roper"; "Tramp Away!"; "Cape Cod Chantey"; "La Cuisiniere"; "Song of Hope"; "Lincoln and Liberty"; "Shuckin' of the Corn"; "Si Senor"; "The Little Pie"; "The Forest Ranger"; "San Serverino"; "Chickadee"; "Danza"; "Autumn Fancies"; "So Far Away"; "Sunday"; "Cielito Lindo";

Unidentified, "Beautiful Moonlight"; Millocker, "Beggar Student Waltz"; Gus Williams, Behind the Parlor Door"; George W. Persley, "You'll Weep When I am Dead"; Lamotte, "Bella Waltz"; J. H. McNaughton, "Belle Mahone"; H. M. Estabrooke, "For You We Are Praying at Home"; E. Mack, "Bertie's Waltz"; John R. Sweney, "Betty and the Baby"; A. P. Danks, "My Little Lost Irene"; Unidentified, "Bluemelein Blau Und Grau"; Unidentified, "Rosalie"; Suppe, "Boccaccio March"; Desormes, "Boulanger's March"; Unidentified, "Campaign March"; Lanner, "Morning Star Waltz"; Millocker, "Carlotta Waltz"; Unidentified, "Cast Aside"; A. J. Abbey, "The Christian's Hope; Or, 'Tis Sweet, Oh! Sweet to Die"; Unidentified, "In the Shadow of the Rock"; Unidentified, "Come Back to Erin"; Will L. Thompson, "Come Where the Lillies Bloom"; H. E. Gordon, "Con-E-Maugh"; Mendelssohn, "Consolation"; Unidentified, "There's Music in the Air"; Barcarolle, "Ensenore"; Emmet, "Cookoo Song"; Unidentified, "Daisy Bell"; Cherry, "Dear Little Shamrock"; Unidentified, "My Old Wife and I"; Unidentified, "Den Schoenen Heil"; Bernhard Fritz, "Der Geigerfranzl Aus'm Bohmerwald" (Marsch); Unidentified, "Der Guit Kamerad"; Unidentified, "Nun Ade, Du Mein Lieb Heimatland"; Unidentified, "Plantation Echo"; Unidentified, "Der J√??√?¬§ger Abschied"; Unidentified, "Zweite Hursharfe"; Unidentified, "Der Liebes Kuss, Von F. Wagner"; Unidentified, "Die Capelle"; Unidentified, "Der Soldat"; Unidentified, "Forschen Nach Gott"; Wilhelm, "Die Wacht Am Rhein"; Unidentified, "Der Wirthin Toechterlein"; Unidentified, "Donra Waltz"; Unidentified, "Down on the Farm"; Unidentified, "Dream Faces".

Folder 2: Erinnerung An Petersdorf - Juliette Waltz, 1894-1956Add to your cart.

Carl Faust, "Erinnerrung An Petersdorf"; Jakobowski, "Erminie March"; M. Clark, "Ethel Waltz"; Robert Thallon, "Evening Song"; Foley Hall, "Ever of Thee"; Unidentified, "Mabel Waltz"; Pierre Latour, "Fairy Step March"; Chassaigne, "Falka" (Selections); George Boardman, "Farewell Marguerite"; Bucalossi, "Fedora Waltz"; Unidentified, "The First Love"; Mrs. M. S. B. Dana, "Flee As a Bird"; Robert Thallon, "Florence Gavotte"; Giese, "Floweret Forget-Me-Not Gavotte"; Wilhelm Popp, "Forget-Me-Not (Vergissmeinnicht)";

Frances Hall's Christmas Songs for the Autoharp. Pieces include: "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"; "O Tannenbaum"; "Deck the Halls"; "O Little Town of Bethlehem"; "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear"; "Christmas Eve is Here"; "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"; "The First Noel"; "God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen"; "Shepherds at the Cradle"; "O Come, All Ye Faithful"; "Jingle Bells"; "Pat-a-Pan"; "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day"; "The Friendly Beasts"; "Up on the House-Top"; "The Holly and the Ivy"; "Coventry Carol"; "OLeave Your Sheep"; "Although You Are So Tiny"; "Chrit Was Born on Christmas Day"; "We Three Kings of Orient Are"; "Angels We Have Heard on High"; "Away in a Manger"; "Ring Out Ye Bells"; "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas"; "Lo, How a Rose E're Blooming"; "What Child is This?"; "Silent Night"; "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks"; "Fairest Lord Jesus"; "Joy to the World!";

Unidentified, "Frohe Botschaft"; Unidentified, "Schier Dreissig Jahre Bist Du Alt"; Unidentified, "Guter Mond"; Watson, "The Frolic of the Frogs Waltz"; Unidentified, "Gallopade of the Note-Monopol"; Unidentified, "Der Madchenfeind"; Will L. Thompson, "Good Night Gentle Folks"; Louis, "Happy Little Folks March"; Louis, "Happy Little Folks Polka"; Louis, "Happy Little Folks Waltz"; Unidentified, "The Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Halls"; Unidentified, "Love's Young Dream"; Neil Moret, "Hiawatha"; Unidentified, "High School Cadets March"; Unidentified, "Hobe Ultersfreuden"; Unidentified, "Home Again"; Unidentified, "Auld Lang Syne"; Unidentified, "Homeward Bound"; Unidentified, "Alletta"; Unidentified, "Greenville"; Unidentified, "I Like the Home"; Unidentified, "Robinson Crusoe" (Waltz); Unidentified, "You Know That Very Well"; Unidentified, "Inaguguration Polka"; Unidentified, "Scottish Polka"; Charles G. Klier, "In Wilder Hast" (Gallop); E. Jakobouski, "Join in Plesure"; Lichner, "Joy and Good Fortune"; Unidentified, "Joy Bells Right To-Day"; Handel, "Angels Ever Bright and Fair"; Adam Geibel, "Joys of Spring"; Angle I. Blaney, "Jeffries' Yacht Club Waltz"; C. L. Ward "Juliette Waltz"; Unidentified, "Passaic Waltz".

Folder 3: Katy Darling - Prince Methusalem, 1894Add to your cart.
Unidentified, "Katy Darling"; Unidentified, "Dearest Spot"; Unidentified, "Kein Herz Ist So Enge (No Heart is so Narrow)"; Joseph Rixner, "Landjager Marsch"; Unidentified, "Laendler Mazurka"; Unidentified, "In the Silent Midnight Watches"; Strauss, "La Viennoise March"; Unidentified, "The Letter Came at Last"; Unidentified, "Wake, Wake, the Morning"; Unidentified, "Little Fishermaiden Waltz"; Unidentified, "Little Romance"; Unidentified, "The Little Tycoon"; Unidentified, "The Cats On Our Back Fence"; Unidentified, "Now, When I Was a Boy"; Fred T. Baker, "Love's Sigh Waltzes"; Franz von Suppe, "Love Song from Boccaccio"; E. Jakobowski, "Lullaby"; E. Jakobowski, "Waltz from Erminie"; Sep Winner, "Maggie Waltz"; Unidentified, "The King D'Yvetot"; Unidentified, "Maifest"; Unidentified, "Andreas Hofer"; Unidentified, "Der Wanderer in Der Sagemuhle"; Unidentified, "Die Heilige Nacht"; Stephen Adams, "The Maid of the Mill"; Waldteufel, "Manola Waltz"; Unidentified, "The Man Who Broke the Brokers Down in Wall Street"; Unidentified, "March from 'Martha'"; Unidentified, "Wiener Waltz"; Dellinger, "Maritana Waltz"; Strauss, "Merry War Waltz" (Nur Fuer Natur); Sullivan, "Mikado" (Grand Selection); Unidentified, "The Monastery Bells"; Unidentified, "I Do Not Know What Does it Mean"; Unidentified, "Lotte is Dead"; Lichner, "Morning Prayer"; J. Carroll Chandler, "Mount Desert March"; Unidentified, 'Mush, Mush"; Unidentified, "Ba Be Bi Bo Bu"; Louis Dorn, "My First Minute"; Unidentified, "Blind Mary"; William L. Thompson, "My First Music Lesson"; Unidentified, "Primrose Farm"; Louis Dorn, "My First Redowa"; Unidentified, "My Heart is in the Highlands"; Unidentified, "O Father, Dear Father, Come Home"; R. Stahl, "My Love is Like a Lily Fair" (from Said Pasha); William J. Scanlan, "My Nellie's Blue Eyes"; Unidentified, "My Queen Waltz"; Unidentified, "Nanon Waltzes"; Unidentified, "Near the Cross"; Unidentified, "Blumenthal"; Unidentified, "Nellie Gray"; Loewe, "Melodies Plaintive"; Unidentified, "Nightingale Song" (from the Vogelhandler); Unidentified, "Oh! You Girls"; Unidentified, "Old Friends and Old Tunes"; Unidentified, "Arran Moore"; Audran, "Olivette" (Grand Selection); Frank Howard, "Only a Pansy Blossom"; Auber, "On Yonder Rock" (from Fra Diavolo); Unidentified, "Bagatelle"; Unidentified, "O, Ye Tears"; Stephen Adams, "Nancy Lee" (Ballad); Unidentified, "Paddy's Trip from Dublin"; Unidentified, "Kathleen Aroon"; Unidentified, "Pauline Lucca Polka"; Unidentified, "Pearl of Perkin Waltz, No. 1"; Unidentified, "Pearl of Pekin Waltz, No. 2"; Richard Wagner, "Pilgrim Chorus"; Unidentified, "Pioneer Polka"; C. F. Zimmermann, "Polka Mazurka"; Unidentified, "Pretty as a Picture"; Strauss, "Prince Methusalem" (Grand Selection).
Folder 4: Queen of the North Waltzes - Zampa, 1894-1895Add to your cart.
Baker, "Queen of the North Waltzes"; P. Latour, "Raven Waltz"; Unidentified, "Refuge"; Unidentified, "Romanza"; Unidentified, "Rondo aus Freifchuss"; Unidentified, "Seven Miles Gallopade"; Unidentified, "Australian Laendler"; Unidentified, "Rory O'Moore"; Unidentified, "The Four-Leaved Shamrock"; Sullivan, "Grand Selection from Ruddygore"; William J. Scanlan, "Scanlan's Swing Song"; Wallace, "Scenes That Are Brightest"; Unidentified, "Thou Art Gone from My Gaze"; Unidentified, "Secret Love Gavotte"; A. G. Crowe, "See-Saw Waltz"; Virginia Gabriel, "She Came Like a Dream"; Cramer, "Shells of the Ocean"; Unidentified, "Vacation Waltz"; Lichner, "Silent Wishes"; E. Mack, "Skipping Redowa"; Unidentified, "Silvery Waves"; Unidentified, "Song of Spring"; Louis Dorn, "Sleeping Beauty"; Unidentified, "Tyroliena Mazurka"; Unidentified, "The Song That Reached My Heart (Home Sweet Home)"; Ben Weber, "Sounds from Home"; Henry Worrall, "Spanish Fandango"; Rossini, "Stabat Mater"; Unidentified, "The Mill-Wheel"; Unidentified, "'Air' from Lucia di Lammermoor"; A. F. Winnemore, "Stop That Knocking at the Door"; Johann Strauss, "Sweetheart Waltz"; Unidentified, "Sweet Spirit Hear My Prayer"; Unidentified, "How Can I Leave Thee"; Unidentified, "Swiss Boy"; Unidentified, "La Dame Blanche"; J. W. Bischoff, "Take Me, Jamie Dear"; Unidentified, "Take This Letter to My Mother"; Unidentified, "Whisper Softly, Mother's Dying"; Johann Strauss, "Tales From the Vienna Woods"; Faust, "Theresen Waltz"; Unidentified, "Tief Unter der Erd"; Unidentified, "Two Scandinavian Melodies"; Unidentified, "Tyroliena"; Unidentified, "Tyrolian Air"; Unidentified, "Tyrolien Waltz"; Unidentified, "Polka"; Unidentified, "The Sunset in the West"; J. Rummel, "Valse"; Fred T. Baker, "Visions of Rest Waltzes"; Fred B. Naylor, "Waiting for a Letter"; Unidentified, "March from Lucia"; Alexander, "Waltz"; Minnie Frey, "Waltz for the Autoharp"; Unidentified, "Walzer"; Unidentified, "Schottisch Polka"; Unidentified, "Gallop"; Charles D. Blake, "Waves of the Ocean"; Harry Clifton, "The Way to Be Happy"; Unidentified, "Under His Wings"; William J. Scanlan, "What's in a Kiss"; Ned Straight, "The Boy in a Spangled Dress"; E. Jakobowski, "What the Dicky-Bords Say"; E. Jakobowski, "Darkest the Hour"; J. Albert Snow, "When the Leaves Begin to Fade"; Unidentified, "Write a Letter from Home"; Unidentified, "Blue Bells of Scotland"; A. Sullivan, "The Yeomen of the Guard Waltz"; J. Strauss, "York Dance--One Heart, One Soul"; Harry Birch, "You'll Never Miss Your Mother 'Till She's Gone"; Herold, "Zampa"; Unidentified, "College Song--Gaudeamus"; Unidentified, "Schweitzer Lied".
Sub-Series 2: Method BooksAdd to your cart.
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Folder 5: A. Darr Method for Zither - The Zimmerman Autoharp Instructor, 1955-1965Add to your cart.

"A. Darr Method for Zither";

"Instructor for Autoharp, Style No. 73";

"The Zimmermann Authoharp Instructor: For the Zimmermann Autoharp, Style 2 (3 over 4)".

Series 8: Gibson School of Music Records, 1889-1937Add to your cart.
Consists of correspondence, advertisements, sheet music, and method books collected by the Gibson School of Music and its Director, Robert Lehrmann (1879-1948). Of particular note are minutes from a meeting of the American Guild of Banjoists, Mandolinists and Guitarists dated May 25, 26, 27, 1925. Contents were found interfiled with Hunleth sheet music and separated into this series.
Box 46Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Correspondence, Advertisements, Minutes, 1925-1937Add to your cart.
The American Guild Bulletin; Letter to Rober Lehrmann; The Marvelous Violin Concerto by Robert Schumann; Letter from the Hawaiian School of Music; Letter to the American Guild members and meeting minutes.
Folder 3: Among the Three Roses - Collection of Famous Song Hits for Mandolin and Guitar, 1907-1929Add to your cart.

William C. Stahl, "Among the Roses" (Waltz); Sister of St. Dominie, "The Bride of God"; George Asch, "British Control" (Descriptive Patrol); Gustav Saenger, "Bohemiean Girl" (Selection from Balfe's Opera); Salvator Giannini, "Chant du Gondolier" (Concert Waltz);

Compositions and Arrangements for the Guitar. Pieces include: Sophocles T. Papas, "Valse Fantaisie"; Unidentified, "Peruvian Air"; Karganoff, "Arabesque"; Unidentified, "To Tsopanopoulo" (Greek Folk Song); SOR, "Minuet"; William T. Pierson, "Calling for You"; Sophocles T. Papas, "Berceuse"; Poldini, "Valse Serenade"; Unidentified, "Song Without Words".

H. F. Odell, "The Crescendo" (March and Two Step); Julius S. Seredy, "Dancing Dolls" (Gavotte);

The Eclipse Folio. Plectrum Banjo. Piences include: Warren n. Dean, "Doreen" (Waltz); William C. Stahl, "The Ensign" (March and One Step); Warren N. Dean, "Just You" (Fox Trot); William C. Stahl, "The Eclipse" (March and One Step); Warren N. Dean, "All Over" (Fox Trot); William C. Stahl, "The Merry Maiden" (March and Two Step); Warren N. Dean, "Its So" (Fox Trot); W. D. Moyer, "The New Club" (Waltz); Warren N. Dean, "Streets of Gold" (Fox Trot); William Morris, "Ring Ting" (March); Charse Brunover, "All the Rage" (March and One Step); William D. Moyer, "The Getaway" (March and Two Step); William C. Stahl, "Tar Baby" (March and Two Step); Frank Sherwood, "Princeton March".

W. J. Kitchener, "Fieldston March"; george L. Cobb, "Fleur d' Amour" (Flower of Love) (Hesitation Waltz); Herman Friedrich, "Special Delivery" (March and Two Step); Max Herzberg, "Gavotte Souvenir"; Joe Nicomede, "Gibson Beauty March"; Artemas Higgs, "The Guardsman" (March and One Step); P. Lua and D. Kaili, "Hilo" (Introducing: "Aloha Oe") (Hawaiian One Step);

Collection of Famous Song Hits for Mandolin and Guitar. Folio No. 1. Pieces include: Irving Berlin, "The Song is Ended" (But the Melody Lingers On); Irving Berlin, "Together, We Two"; Jo' Trent and Peter de Rose, "I Just Roll Along" (Havin' My Ups and Downs); Roy Turk and Lou Handman, "Are you Lonesome To-night?"; Benny Davis and Abner Silver, "Mary Ann"; Al Jolson, Billy Rose and Dave Dreyer, "Four Walls"; Al Jolson, Billy Rose and Dave Dreyer, "Back in Your Own Back Yard"; Howard Johnson, Charles Tobias and Al Sherman, "Dew, Dew, Dewy Day"; Abner Silver and Maceo Pinkard, "Dawning"; Herman Ruby, Rubey Cowan and Sam H. Stept, "Mine-All Mine"; Sam Lewis, Joe Young and Little Jack Little, "The Hours I Spent With You".

Folder 4: Kahola-Honolulu - Odell Method for the Mandolin, Book 3, 1910-1920Add to your cart.

Unidentified, "Kahola-Honolulu" (Hawaiian Marches) (One-Step); Unidentified, "Kilama - Wailana" (Hawaiian Waltzes); Schubert, "L'eloge Des Larmes"; Auguste Bosc, "The Little Pierrots" (March); D. Acker, "A Love Chat" (Waltz); Frank Sherwood, "Love's Idol Gavotte"; H. F. Odell, "Loyal Friends" (March); Gaetano Donizetti, "Lucia di Lammermoor" (selection); Keler-Bela, "Lustspiel Overture"; Walter A. Boehm, "March Militaire"; Artemas Higgs, "Maud Muller" (waltz);

The Most Popular Mandolin Operatic Pieces. Second Mandolin. Pieces include: Georges Bizet, "Carmen" (Habanera); Gioachino Rossini, "William Tell" (Selection); Giuseppe Verdi, "La Traviata" (Selection); V. Wallace, "Maritana" (Selection); Richard Wagner, "Tannhauser" (Pilgrim's Chorus); Charles Gounod, "Faust" (Selection); Richard Wagner, "Tannhauser" (Grand March); Giacomo Meyerbeer, "Robert le Diable" (Excerpts from Aria); Giuseppe Verdi, "La Traviata" (Ah! Was It Him My Heart Foretold); M. W. Balfe, "The Bohemian Girl" (Selection); Giuseppe Verdi, "Il Trovatore" (Tempest of the Heart); Richard Wagner, "Tannhauser" (Song to the Evening Star); Giuseppe Verdi, "Il Trovatore" (Stride la Vampa); Giuseppe Verdi, "Ernani" (Ernani, Fly with Me); Gaetano Donizetti, "Lucia di Lammermoor" (Think Not This Heart Can Alter); Gaetano Donizetti, "L'Elisire D;amore" (From Her Dear Eyes so Lovely); Gaetano Donizetti, "Lucrezia Borgia" (It Is Better to Laugh Than be Sighing); Gaetano Donizetti, "Lucia di Lammermoor" (Tho' to Heaven from Sorrow Flying); Giuseppe Verdi, "Il Trovatore" (Miserere); Charles Gounod, "Romeo et Juliette" (Valse Aria); Giuseppe Verdi, "Aida" (Triumphal Chorus); M. W. Balfe, "The Bohemian Girl" (Then You'll Remember Me); Carl Maria von Weber, "Der Freischutz" (Huntsmen's Chorus); Charles Gounod, "Faust" (Once Again I Would Gaze); Fr. von Flotow, "Martha" (Selection); Giacomo Meyerbeer, "Les Huguenots" (Banquet Chorus); Gioachino Rossini, "Stabat Mater" (Cujus Animam); Herold, "Zampa" (Selection); Vincenzo Bellini, "Norma" (Selection); F. von Suppe, "Poet and Peasant" (Excerpts from Overture); Georges Bizet, "Carmen" (Toreador Song); Jacques Offenbach, "Les Contes d'Hoffman" (Barcarolle); Gaetano Donizetti, "Lucia di Lammermoor" (Sextet); Giuseppe Verdi, "Rigoletto" (Selection).

Charles Miller, "Medley Overture of National Songs"; O. Kohler, "The Mices and the Trap";

Morris' Superb Mandolin Orchestra Collection. 1st Mandolin or Violin and Piano Accompaniment. Pieces Include: Alfred Solmen, "Would You Take Me Back Again"; Jeff Branen, "In the Valley of the Moon"; Arthur Lange, "Just a Little Bit of Green"; Alfred Solman, "Mine"; Lange and Heath, "On the Old Front Porch"; F. Black, "You're the sweetest Girl in Ireland"; F. Heruri Klickmann, "Just a Dream of Your Dear"; Bobby Heath, "You're My Girl"; Alfred Solman, "Ship of My Dreams"; Rennie Cormack, "I'm going back to Alabama in the Spring"; Alfred Solman, "Why did you Make me care"; H. M. Queen Liliuokalani, "Aloha Oe" (Farewell to Thee); J. A. Butterfield, "When You and I were Young Maggie"; F. W. Meacham, "American Patrol"; Abe Oleman, "Blue Birds" (Hesitation Waltz); F. Henri Klickmann, "Knock Out Drops" (Rag) (A Trombone Jag); Lew Pollack, "Tango Toreador"; Harry L. Alford, "IMP" (March and Two Step); Anton Dvorak, "Humoreske"; R. L. Weaver, "Melodies of Ireland" (Overture); L. A. Drumheller, "Where Memory Dwells" (Meditation).

Walter A. Boehm, "New Era March"; A. A. Babb, "On the Mill Dam" (Galop); Unidentified, "One, Two, Three, Four" (Hawaiian Waltz) (Introducing: "Like, No a Like"); E. di Capua, "'O Sole Mio!" (Waltz) (Introducing "Maria, Marit");

Odell Method for the Mandolin, Book 3.

Folder 5: Red Jacket - Zacatecas, 1889-1906Add to your cart.

Walter A. Boehm, "Red Jacket" (March); Charles Brunover, "La Rose" (Contert Waltz); A. Gustufson, "Royal Scepter"; J. E. le Barge, "Sweet Remembrance" (Waltz); William C. Stahl, "The Talisman" (March and Two Step); R. E. Hildreth, "Titania" (Overture); W. L. Dewey, "Triumphant Uncle Sam";

The Victor Mandolin Collection, vol 1. 1st Mandolin and Piano Accompaniment. Pieces include: Alfred Roncovieri, "La Fiesta March" (Two-Step); Samuel Adelstein, "Un Beso (A Kiss) Mazurka" (Mandoline) (Arrillaga); J. Donigan, "Blonde and Brunette" (Mandoline Dance No. 2); Unidentified, "Capodimonte Serenade" (Giannini); Unidentified, "La Czarina" (Mazurka Rusee) (Ganne); J. Lombardero, "Dulce Encanto Waltz"; Samuel Adelstein, "Forget Me Not Gavotte" (Mandoline) (Giese); Unidentified, "Drinking Song" (From La Perichole); J. Donigan, "Gandola Serenade" (The Lover- and the Mandolin); J. Donigan, "Sonando Danza" (Tis Thee I Love Alone); Unidentified, "La Granadina Mazurka" (Granada) (Mandoline); J. Donigan, "Habsburg March" (Kral); A. Czibulka, "Love's Dream After the Ball" (Intermezzo); Unidentified, "Manana Serenade" (Chilian Dance); Paderewski, "Menuet"; E. E. Schmitz, "El Pajaro Waltz"; Samuel Adelstein, "La Paloma" (Spanish Fantasia); C. E. Pomeroy, "Las Cuerdas Majicas" (The Magic Strings); G. Cipolloni, "Prima vera" (Mazurka); Curti, "Recuerdos Mazurka"; Giuseppe Verdi, "Sicilian Vespers"; O. Metra, "La Serenade Valse Espagnole"; Czibulka, "Stephanie Gavotte"; Carlos Curti, "La Tipica Polka"; J. Donigan, "El Turia" (Spanish Waltz) (Granada).

Herman V. yeager, "King of Good Fellows" (March and Two Step); Carl Tschopp, "Overture 'Venus'"; Unidentified, "Waltz of Hawaia" (Lesson No. 1); Richard Wagner, "Wedding March"; Genaro Codina, "Zacatecas" (March).

Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books, 1893-1986Add to your cart.
Consists of sheet music, anthologies and method books for solo accordion, accordion band, bandonian, and concertina, published or copyright between 1893 and 1986. Arranged alphabetically by instrument; then within each instrument, alphabetically by composer, arranger or editor.
Box 52Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Accordionaires" - Antonini, 1928 -1964Add to your cart.
Accordionaires 3 in 1 Music Packet No. 1, 1964. Adair, Mildred; Deiro, Pietro (arr.),  "Song of the Pines," 1939. Ahlstrand, David; Krachtus, John (arr.), "The American Defender," 1940. Alau, Jack; Miners, Paul (arr.), "One-Two-Three-Four," 1939. Albel, Louis; Krachtus, John (arr.), "The Victors," 1928. Albert, Ottavi, Albert Five Finger Songs, 1952. Allara, Lou, "Indian Belle," 1955. Allara, Lou, "Silver Streak," 1952. Allen, Charles; Williams, Gus (arr.), "Dancing Poodle," 1954. Alpert, S.L.; Zordan, Antonio (arr.), "The Broadcaster," 1947. Altbayer, Bertram; Mainey, Louis B. (arr.), "Fifi," 1940. Anderson, I.R.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Ever Forward," 1950. Anderson, Leroy; Deiro, Piero (arr.), "Belle of the Ball," 1952. Anderson, Leroy; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Horse and Buggy," 1952. Anderson, Leroy; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Plink, Plank, Plunk!," 1952. Andrews, Nick, "Whirly Birds," 1959. Antonini, Alfredo; Sporring, Ivor P. (arr.), "Adios Amor," 1931.
Folder 2: Arcari - Archivi, 1917-1943Add to your cart.
Arcari, Andy, Piano Accordion, First Year, 1941. Arcari, Andy, Piano Accordion, Second Year, 1942. Arcari, Andy, Piano Accordion Method, Third Year, 1943. Archivi, Albert, Carl Fischer Method for the Accordion, 1917.
Folder 3: Arlen - Behr, 1906-1956Add to your cart.
Arlen, Harold; Mayer, Alfred (arr.), "That Old Black Magic," 1942. Arndt, Felix; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Nola," 1915. Arndt, Felix;  Charles Magnante (arr.), "Nola," 1915. Arnett's Modern Method for Piano-Accordion, Vol. 2, 1938. Aulozzi, Richard, "Hilltop Waltz," 1955. Auzolli, Richard, "North Star Waltz," 1956. Aulozzi, Richard, "Shirly Polka," 1951. Bagley, E.E.; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "National Emblem," 1906. Baker, Phil, Modern Piano Accordion Method, Book I, 1935. Baker, Phil, Modern Piano Accordion Method, Book III, 1935. Ball, Ernest R. and Chauncey Olcott; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Mother Machree," 1910. Ball, Ernest R.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," 1912. Ballard, Pat; Applebaum, Stanley (arr.), "Mister Santa," 1954. Barclay, Eddie and Michel LeGrand; Al Stillman (English lyrics), Bernard Michel (French lyrics); Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "The Kissing Dance," 1955. Barnes, Bernard; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Dainty Miss," 1924 (2 copies). Barris, Harry; Arnheim, Gus and Clifford, Gordon (lyrics); Galla-Rini (arr.), "It Must Be True," 1930. Barry, Frank E.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Lake of the Woods," 1915 (2 copies). Baxter, Phil; Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "Piccolo Pete," 1929. Beaudoux, Ella Ribble; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Melodi Russe," 1940. Bechter, Karl; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Jolly Darkies," 1939. Beck, Carl and Purdy, W.T.; Camini, Bruno (arr.), "On, Wisconsin," 1909. Becucci, E.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "My Treasure Waltz," 1937. Beecher, W. Gordon; Tolder, J.S., II (lyrics); Klichmann, F. Henry (arr.), "The Ramparts We Watch," 1940. Beethoven, Ludwig van; Iorio, Louis (arr.), "Minuet in G," 1940. Beethoven, Ludwig van; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Minuet in G," 1937. Beethoven, Ludwig van; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Theme of 1st Movement of Symphony No. 5," 1943. Behr, Franz; Miners, Paul (arr.), "French Child's Song," 1939.
Folder 4: Bennett - Berlin, 1917-1960Add to your cart.
Bennett, Elsie M., Bass Solo Primer, 1949. Bennett, Elsie M., Hanon for Accordion, 1953. Bennett, Robert Russell, "Four Nocturnes," 1960. Berlin, Irving; Galla-Rini, Anyhony (arr.), "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody," 1919. Berlin, Irving; Berend, Dave (ed. & arr.), Irving Berlin's Masterpieces of Song, Book 1, for 1st accordion (solo obbligato) and 2nd accordion (duet obbligato), ca. 1917-1931. Berlin, Irving; Berend, Dave (ed. & arr.), Irving Berlin's Masterpieces of Song, Book 2, for 3rd accordion (melody part) and 4th accordion (duet part), ca. 1917-1931. Berlin, Irving; Berend, Dave (ed. & arr.), Irving Berlin's Masterpieces of Song, Book 3, for 5th accordion (trio part and 6th accordion (quartet and counter-melody part), ca. 1917-1931. Berlin, Irving; Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), "Always," 1925. Berlin, Irving; Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), "Easter Parade," 1933. Berlin, Irving; Scholl, Cliff (arr.), Irving Berlin's Accordion Folio, No. 2, 1954. Berlin, Irving; Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), "White Christmas," 1942 (2 copies).
Folder 5: Bernard - Bortoli, 1895-1966Add to your cart.
Bernard, Felix; Magidson, Herb and Perry, Sam, "Tom Thumb and Tiny Teena," 1932. Berry, Chuck; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "School Day," 1957. Bethmann, Siegfried, Lachende: Wiener Operettenwelt, (pieces by K. Millocker, F. von Suppe, Johann Strauss, C. Zeller), undated. Bickhart, E.F., "Junior Parade March," 1951. Bigelow, F.E.; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Our Director," 1895. Bigelow, F.E.; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Our Director March," 1954. Biviano, Joe, "Teres," 1935. Bjoraas, Dick; Metzler, Arthur (arr.), "Happy Snappy Polka," 1966. Blake, Charles D.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Clayton's Grand March," 1936. Bland, James; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny," 1936. Bland, James A.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Oh, Dem Golden Slippers," 1936. Blaska, Henry; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Emilia Polka," 1945. Blaufuss, Walter; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "My Isle of Golden Dreams," 1919. Blon, Frans v.; Schutz, Hans Georg (arr.), "Hand in Hand," 1936. Bloom, Rube; Ellis, Norman (arr.), "Soliloquy," 1926. Bloom, Rube; Ellis, Norman (arr.), "Spring Fever," 1926. Boieldieu, A.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "The Calif of Bagdad," 1934. Bonetto, F.; Richards, Al (arr.), "Tyrolienne," 1937. Bonheur, Theo.; Richards, Al (arr.), "March of the Gladiators," 1934. Bonnell, Otto; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Turkey in the Straw," 1939. Borgstrom, G.; Olzen, E. (arr.), "Happy Boys," 1937. Borodin, A.; Matos, Alexander (arr.), "Dance of the Maidens," 1954. Bortoli, Frank, "Adele," 1951.
Box 53Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Bortoli - Camini, 1914-1960Add to your cart.
Bortoli, Frank; Bortoli's Accordion Method, Book 1, 1948.  Bortoli, Giovanni; Bortoli, F. (arr.), "Variation Waltz," 1949. Bosc, Auguste.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "March des Petits Pierrots," 1939. Bose, Auguste; Krachtus, John (arr.), "March des Petits Pierrots," 1941. Bosman, Ford; "Accordion Legion," 1956. Bowers, Frederick V and Williams, W.E.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "A Real American," 1940. Bowman, Euday L.; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "12th Street Rag," 1914. Brahms, Johannnes; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Cradle Song," 1940. Brahms, Johannes; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Waltz in Ab," 1937. Britt, Addy and Little, Jack, "Ting A Ling," 1926. Brown, Nacio Herb; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Rag Doll," 1928. Brownfield, J.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Birds of Spring Waltz," and "After School March," 1936. Brownfield, J.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Birds of Spring Waltz," 1936. Bruns, George; George, Gil (lyrics); Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Old Bety," 1954. Bruzzese, James, "Lively Accordion," 1934. Burkhalter, Rudy, "Come Under My Umbrella," 1950. Burkhalter, Rudy, "Julius Polka," 1952. Burns, Bob, "Doodle Bug March," 1938. Burton, Lucile; Damonte, Jerome (arr.), " Sarita," 1938. Butterfield, V.A.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "When You and I Were Young Maggie," 1936. Callahan, J. Will and Roberts, Lee S.; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Smiles," 1938. Camilleri, Charles, "Journey to Brazil," 1960. Camini, Bruno (arr.), Young Pops for Accordion, 1954.
Folder 2: Carlo - Corrado, 1916-1959Add to your cart.
Carlo, Monte and Sanders, Alma M.; Pascoe, Richard W. (lyrics), "That Tumble-Down Shack in Athlone," 1918. Caruso, John, Chords at Your Fingertips, 1956. Castillo, Jerry; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Juanita," 1939. Chaminade, C.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Scarf Dance," 1940. Chart for 12 Bass Accordeon, undated. Chase-Klaus Gunter-Neumann, "Wonderland by Night," 1959. Chessler, Deborah; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "It's Too Soon to Know," 1947. Chiara, V.D.; Peppino,J. (arr.), "La Spagnola," undated (2 copies). . Chopin, Frederic, Ausgewahlte Werke, undated. Chopin, F.; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Etude No. 3," 1954. Chord Reading Simplified, 1957. Cioffi, G., Romani, Paul (arr.), "Teresin! Teresin! Teresin!," 1946. Citorello, Paolo; Citorello, P. (lyrics); Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Luna Mezzo'o Mare," 1928. Clementi, M.; Ettore, Eugene (arr.), Clementi Sonatinas, 1957. Clerc, Charles Borel; Miners, Paul (arr.), "La Sorella." 1939. Clesi, N.J.; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry," 1916. Colin, Charles and Bower, Bugs; Serry, John (ed.), Rhythm-Airs, Vol. 2, 1953. Confrey, Zez; DaMonte, Jerome (arr.), "Phantom Cadets," 1938. Cooper, George and Kennedy, Amanda; Romani, Paul (arr.), "Star of the East," 1947. Corrado, Charles, "Pandora," 1954. Corrado, Charles, "Pleasant Moments," 1930. Corrado, Charles, "Trixie Polka," 1952.
Folder 3: Corwin - Czerny, 1932-1954Add to your cart.
Corwin, Vera, "Valse Linda," 1954. Costa, Mario, "A' Frangesa," 1953. Costa, M.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "A'Frangesa," 1954. Crerie, E. Edwing; Zordan, Antonio (arr.), Gaily Tripping," 1947. Czermak; Krachtus, John (arr.), 'Rakoczy March," 1932. Czerny, Carl, Der strebsame Akkordeonist, Band 1, undated. Czerny, Carl, Der strebsame Akkordeonist, Band 2, undated. Czerny, Carl, Der strebsame Akkordeonist, Band 3, undated. Czerny, Carl; Nunzio, Charles (arr. & ed.), Little Czerny, 1939.
Folder 4: Dacre - Deiro, 1932-1961Add to your cart.
Dacre, H.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Daisy Waltz," 1932. Danks, H.P.; Rexford, E.E. (lyrics); Miners, Paul (arr.), "Silver Threads Among the Gold," 1936. d'Auberge, Alfred (arr.), Around the World in 35 Polkas, 1961. d"Auberge, Alfred (arr.), Rhythm Varieties, 1952. d"Auberge, Alfred, "Tzana, Tzana," 1952. d'Auberge, Alfred (arr.), "You, You're In My Heart," 1953. Data, Marisha, "Gleboka Studzienka-Walc," 1948. De Curtis; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Torna A Surriento," 1949. De Curtis, E.; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Torna A Surriento," 1941. De Curtis, E.; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Torna A Surriento," 1937 (2 copies). De Francesco, L.E.; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Madrid," 1935. Deichert, Robert, "March Jubilant," 1950. Deichert, Robert, "Valse Enchantment," 1950. Deiro, Pietro, Jr., Accordion Variety Pops, undated. Deiro, Pietro, 40 Greatest Hits: Christmas Edition, undated. Deiro, Pietro, Complete Method for the Piano Accordion, undated.
Box 54Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Deiro - Di Lazzaro, 1893-1957Add to your cart.
Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), Mills Showcase of Hits, undated. Deiro, Pietro; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Prior Accordion Club," 1930. Deiro, Pietro, Jr. and Carrozza, Carmen (arr.), Hits of the Month, No. 4, 1957. Deiro, Pietro (arr.), Technical Passages, 1938. Deiro, Pietro, Jr., "The Young Virtuoso,", 1940. DeKoven, Reginald; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Oh, Promise Me," 1949. Dellaira, Angelo, Right Hand Techniques for Accordion, 1957. Denza, Luigi; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Finiculi Finicula," 1937. Desormes, C.L.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "General Boulanger's March," 1940. De Ville, Paul, Excelsior Method for the Accordeon, 1893. De Zulli; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Chop Sticks Waltz," 1939. Di Capua, E.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Oh Marie, Oh Marie," 1936. Di Capua, E., "Maria, Marie," 1953. Di Capua, E.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Maria, Mari," 1954. Di Capua, E.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "O Sole Mio," 1936. Di Chiara, C.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "La Spagnola," 1936. Di Lazzaro, Eldo; Frey, Hugo (arr.), "The Woodpecker Song," 1940.
Folder 2: Di Leo - Evans, 1910-1958Add to your cart.
Di Leo, Fred, "The Dance of the Seal," 1937. Di Leo, Fred, "Darling," 1937. Di Leo, Fred, "Happy-Go-Lucky," 1938. Di Leo, Fred, "Peasant Dance," 1938. Di Leo, Fred, "The Little Doll.," 1937. Di Leo, Fred, "Violets," 1938. Di Leo, Fred, "Without a Name," 1937. Dillea, Herbert; Gillespie, Arthur (lyrics); Miners, Paul (arr), "Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder," 1948. Dixon, Mort and Warren, Harry; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Nagasaki," 1938. Dodworth, A.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Varsoviana," 1952. Dombkowski, Walter; Edwards, Michael (arr.), "In a Turkish Cabaret," 1951. Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "Four Polish Dances," 1941. Donato, Edgardo; Sporring, Ivor P. (arr.), "Argentine Nights," 1931. Donizetti, G.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Sextet" from Lucia di Lammermoor, 1937. Dorsey, Jimmy; Van Eps, Bob, and Camarata, Toots; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Hollywood Pastime," 1938. Dougherty, D.W., Accordion Bass Chart, undated. Drdla, F.; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Serenade No. 1," 1937. Drigo, R.; Ronchetto, Louis (arr.), "Serenade," undated. Drigo, R.; Bergo, Armando (arr.), "Serenade," 1937. Drigo, R.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Valse-Bluette," 1938. Dupont. Paul; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "La Rosita," 1939. Dussaye, Warren, Warren Dussaye's Accordion Collection, 1946. Dvorak, Anton; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Humoresque," 1936. Dvorak, Anton; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Largo" from The New World Symphony, 1935. Edwards, Clara; Damonte, Jerome (arr.), "Spain," 1938. Ellington, Duke and Stewart, Rex; Tito (arr.), "Boy Meets Horn," 1940 (2 copies). Ellington, Duke and Miley, Bub; Van Leaman, George (arr.), "Black and Tan Fantasy," 1927. Ellington, Duke; Mills, Irving and Kurtz, Manny; Galla-Rini (arr.), "In a Sentimental Mood," 1935. Ellis, Edward; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Napoleon's Last Charge," 1910. Elsnic, Joseph P. (arr.), "Koster Valsen," 1944. Erb, Mae Aileen; Ulin, Al (arr.), "The Galloping Pony," 1958. Ellore, Eugene (arr.), Little Songs for Pleasure, 1953. Ettore, Eugene, Muscular Exercises for the Left Hand, 1954. Evans, Tolchard; Klickmann, F. Henri (arr.), "Lady of Spain," 1950.
Folder 3: E-Z Method - Fortner, 1914-1960Add to your cart.
E-Z Method for Italian Accordeon, 1924. E-Z Method for Piano Accordion, 1938. E-Z Method How to Play the Accordeon Italian Style," 1926. Farrell, Joe and Conway, Jim; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Tomboy," 1958. Fassone, V.; d'Auberge, Alfred (arr.), "Margarita," 1953. Federer, Ralph; Damonte, Jerome (arr.), "The Toe-Dancer," 1937. Fenstad, E.A.; Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "Campus Cadets," 1941 (2 copies). Ferrarusm A.; Richards, Al (arr.), "L'ultima Parola," 1935. Fetras, Oscar; Schutz, Hans Georg (arr.), "Mondnacht auf der Alster," 1935. Fibich-Scotti; Galla-Rini (arr.), "My Moonlight Madonna," 1938. Field, Carl (American lyrics); Miners, Paul (arr.), "La Cucaracha," 1938. Fields, Arthur and Donovan, Walter; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "The Aba Daba Honeymoon," 1914. Finck, Herman; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "In the Shadows," 1931. Fisher, Mark; Goodwin, Joe and Shay, Larry; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "When You're Smiling," 1928. Fliege, H.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Chinese Patrol," 1935. Floren, Myron (arr.), Lawrence Welk Recorded Hits, 1957. Floren, Myron; Belfiore, Maddalena (ed.), The Myron Floren Accordion Method, Book II, 1958. Floren, Myron; Belfiore, Maddalena (ed.), The Myron Floren Accordion Method, Book IV, 1958. Floren, Myron, "Roman Overture," 1960. Flotow, Friedrich von; Miners, Paul (arr.), "The Last Rose of Summer" from Martha, 1936. Foresythe, Reginald; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Dodging a Divorcee," 1935. Fortner, Clarke, "A Francisca," 1934. Fortner, Clarke, First Five Lessons for Piano Accordion, 1935.
Folder 4: Foster - Furtado, 1916-1960Add to your cart.
Foster, Stephen; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair," 1940. Foster, Stephen; van Leaman, George (arr.), "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair," 1940. Foster, Stephen C.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Oh! Susanna," 1936. Foster, Stephen; Weber, Henri (arr.), "Stephen Foster Favorites," 1931. Freire: Krachtus, John (arr.), "Ay, Ay, Ay," 1939. Friedemann, Carl; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Emperor Frederic," 1931. Fries, P. and Kanter, G., Landler Album, undated. Friml, Rudolf; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Allah's Holiday," 1916. Friml, Rudolf and Stothart, Herbert; Damonte, Jerome (arr.), "The Donkey Serenade," 1937. Friml, Rudolf; Mayer, Alfred (arr.), "Only a Rose," 1925. Friml, Rudolf; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Sympathy," 1940. Friml, Rudolf; Damonte, Jerome (arr.), "Sympathy," 1938. Frosini, Pietro, "Bubbles," 1933. Frosini, Pietro, "Florette," 1934. Frosini, Pietro, Highlights for the Accordion, 1953. Frosini, Pietro, "The Jolly Caballero," 1935 (2 copies). Frosini, Pietro (arr.), "Long, Long Ago," 1939. Frosini, Pietro, "La Mariposita," 1934. Furtado, Ernest; Appareti, Luigi (arr.), "First Love," 1960.
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Folder 1: Galdieri - Gaviani, 1924-1954Add to your cart.
Galdieri, M. and Rota, N.; Deiro, Pietro, Jr.(arr.), "Love Theme from La Strada," 1954. Galla-Rini (ed. and arr.), Concert Album for Piano Accordion, Vol. II, undated. Galla-Rini, "Paragon March," 1947. Galla-Rini (arr.), Solo Transcriptions for Piano Accordion, undated. Galla-Rini (arr.), Sacred Selections, 1946. Galla-Rini (arr.), Volkwein's Accordion Recital Album, 1939. Gambardella, S.; Romani, Paul (arr.), "The Little Sailor," 1948. Ganne, L.; Deiro, Pietro and Perry, Mario (arr.), "La Czarina," 1924. Garland, Joe; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "In the Mood," 1939. Gaunt, Percy; Hoyt, Charles H. (lyrics.); Miners, Paul (arr.), "The Bowery," 1939 (2 copies). Gaviani, Frank, The Art of Muscular and Finger Control for the Piano Accordion, 1936. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Bolero of Love," 1954. Gaviani, Frank, "Booblitchki," 1940. Gaviani, Frank, The Junior Accordionist Series, Vol. I, 1937. Gaviani, Frank, The Junior Accordionist Series, Vol. II, 1937. Gaviani, Frank, The Little Velocity in Bass Clef, 1946. Gaviani, Frank, The Little Velocity in Treble Clef, 1939.
Folder 2: Gaviani - Grieg, 1919-1962Add to your cart.
Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "The Man on the Flying Trapeze," 1954. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Meridionale e Settentrionale," 1954. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Over the Sea," 1953. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Puppets," 1935. Gaviani, Frank (arr.): Schubert, Franz; Shakespeare, William (lyrics), "Who is Sylvia?" and Clay, Frederick, "I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby," undated. "German Society Dances," undated. Gershwin, George; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Rhapsody in Blue," 1924. Gilmore, Ray, "This Is Our Waltz," 1953. Glover, C.W. and Spencer, C. Mordaunt; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Rose of Tralee," 1936. Godard, Benjamin; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Berceuse," 1949. Goffin, Gerry and King, Carole; "Go Away, Little Girl," 1962. Gold, Jack; Comini, Bruno (arr.), "Lillette," 1948. Golden, Murray, Murray Golden Piano Accordion Method, Book 2, 1937. Golden, Murray, Murray Golden Piano Accordion Method, Book 3, 1937. Gould, Morton; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Tropical," 1940. Gounod, Charles; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Ave Maria," 1939. Gounod, Charles; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Faust Waltz," 1939. Grainger, Percy Aldridge; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Country Gardens," 1919 (2 copies). Grant, Alfred, "Hello" to the Accordion," 1959. Grant, Alfred, Meet the Accordion, 1958. Grant, Alfred, "Twinkle-Toe Waltz,"1959. Grant, Mickie; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Pink Shoe Laces," 1958. Graves, Conway, The First Step, undated. Green, George Hamilton; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Hipp-i-ty Hop," 1935.Grieg, Edvard; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Ase's Death," 1939. Grieg, Edvard; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Asse's Death" from Peer Gynt Suite, 1937. Grieg, Edvard; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "I Love Thee (Ich Liebe Dich)," 1945. Grieg, Edvard; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Summer Night," 1941.
Folder 3: Grofe - Hazelle, 1926-1960Add to your cart.
Grofe, Ferde; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Alice Blue," 1927. Grofe, Ferde; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Mardi Gras," 1926. Groff, Leslie C., Jazz for Piano Accordion, 1930. Gurzynski, Edward, "Laughing Blues Polka," 1960. Haley, Ed; Miners, Paul (arr.), "While Strolling in the Park One Day," 1940. Hamilton, Russ; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Rainbow," 1957. Handel, Geroge Friedrich; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Largo," 1952. Hanon, Charles-Louis; Bennett, Elsie M. (ed.), Hanon for Accordion, 1953. Hanon, L.C.; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), The Virtuoso Accordionist, 1937. "Hansen's Square Dances for Accordion," 1950. Harrison, Annie Fortescue; Miners, Paul (arr.), "In the Gloaming," 1936. Havlicek, L.C.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Grand Assembly March," 1937. Hawkins, N.F. (arr.), Easy Christmas Songs, 1946. Hawthorne, Alice; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Whispering Hope," 1936. Hazelle, Earl, Belwin Accordion Course, Book 4, 1947 (2 copies). Hazelle, Earl, Belwin Accordion Course, Book 5, 1947.
Box 56Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Hazelle - Herbert, 1922-1951Add to your cart.
Hazelle, Earl, Belwin Accordion Course, Book 6, 1947. Hazelle, Earl, Belwin - Adult Accordion Course, Book 2, 1947 (2 copies). Hazelle, Earl, Belwin - Adult Accordion Course, Book 3, 1947. Hazelle, Earl, Holiday Harmony, 1949. Heins, Carl; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Elfin Dance," 1937. Heins, Carl; Krachtus (arr.), "Philopena," 1935. Hellstrom, E.; Jarl, Eddie (arr.), "Sailor's Waltz," 1937. Herbert, Victor; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Eldorado March," 1943 (2 copies). Herbert, Victor; Carreno, Roberto (arr.), "Gypsy Love Song," 1942. Herbert, Victor; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "A Kiss in the Dark," 1922. Herbert, Victor; Deiro, Pietro, "Panamericana," 1945. Herbert, Victor; Carreno, Roberto (arr.), "Toyland," 1948. Herbert, Victor, Victor Herbert Album for Accordion, 1951.
Folder 2: Herrmann, H. - Herrmann, L., 1933-1947Add to your cart.
Herrmann, Hugo; Akkordeon Klavier oder Harmonium: Chorale, 1947. Hermann, Hugo and Helm, Alan, A Concise Tutor for the Piano-Accordeon, 1933. Herrmann, Louis, Bass and Chord Studies for Accordion, 1936. Herrmann, Louis, Modern Etudes and Chord Studies for Piano Accordion, 1936. Herrmann, Louis and Gornston, David, The Professional Student Piano Accordion Method, 1935.
Folder 3: Hertz - Holzschuh, 1910-1973Add to your cart.
Hertz, Sanford, "Air Battle: A Descriptive Accordion Solo," 1940. Heyman, Edward and Youmans, Vincent; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Drums in My Heart," 1931. Hickman, Art; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Rose Room," 1917. Hickson, Katharine T.; Miners, Paul (arr.). "Londonderry Air," 1936. Hits of 1959, 1959. Holmes, Christine J., Holmes Accordion Course for Children, Primer, 1955. Holmes, Christine J., Holmes Accordion Course for Children, Book One, 1956. Holmes, Christine J., Holmes Accordion Course for Children, Book Two, 1957. Holzmann, Abe; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Blaze of Glory," 1910. Holzschuh, Alfons (ed.), "Aus Dem Bohmerwald," 1973. Holzschuh, Alfons (ed.), Landler und Schuhplattler, Band I, undated. Holzschuh, Alfons (ed.), Landler und Schuhplattler, Band II, undated. Holzschuh, Alfons (ed.), "Tiefim Bohmerwald," "Bohmerwald Polka," and "Dorffest in Bohmen," 1973.
Folder 4: Horlick - Hymns, 1924-1953Add to your cart.
Horlick, Harry; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Two Guitars," 1934. Hoven, George, "Band Wagon March," in treble clef, 1940 (2 copies). Hoven, George, "Band Wagon March," in bass clef, 1940. Hoven, George, "Handsome Tony Polka," in treble clef, 1941 (3 copies). Hoven, George, "My White Rose Waltz," in treble clef, 1940. Hoven, George, "My White Rose Waltz," in bass clef, 1940. Hoven, George, "Rainbow Waltz," in treble clef, 1945. Hoven, George, "Rainbow Waltz," in bass clef, 1945. Hoven, George and Melnick, Walter, "Range Rider," in treble clef, 1940 (2 copies). Howard, Bill; Strube, Howard (arr.), "Yo Yo Bounce," 1953. Howard, Bill; Strube, Howard (arr.), "Lazy Gremlins," 1953. Howard Instructor for the Accordeon, undated. Howell, C.R.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Rustic Dance," 1937. Howell-Aretta System of Modern Accordion Study, Lesson One, 1935. Huffer, Fred K.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Black Jack," 1950. Huffer, Fred K.; Donath, Paul L., "Fame and Fortune," 1939 (2 copies). Huffer, Fred K; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "March of the Champions," 1924. Hufer, Fred K.; Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "The Patriot," 1939 (2 copies, different arrangements). Hymns for Piano Accordion, 1947.
Box 57Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Icini - Johnson, 1907-1955Add to your cart.
Icini; Sigman, Carl (lyrics); Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Summertime in Venice," 1955. Instruction Book for the Chromatic Hohner Miniature-Piano Accordion and "La Contessa," undated. International Successes for Accordion, 1950. Iorio, Louis (arr.), "Hawaiian Medley," 1941. Iorio, Louis (arr.), "Londonderry Air," 1941. Ippolitov-Ivanov, M.; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Procession of the Sardar," 1946. Ivanovici, T.; Peppino, J. (arr.), "Waves of the Danube," 1939. Jacobs-Bond, Carrie; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "I Love You Truly," 1935. Jacobs-Bond, Carrie; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Just A-Wearyin' For You," 1935. Jacobs-Bond, Carrie; Damonte, Jerome (arr.), "A Perfect Day," accordion solo, 1938. Jacobs-Bond, Carrie; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "A Perfect Day," piano accordion and vocal arrangement, 1935. Jacob, W.C., "Anita," 1950. Jason, Will and Burton, Val; Mayer, Alfred (arr.), "Penthouse Serenade,"1931. Jerome, M.K.; Lewis, Sam M. and Young, Joe (lyrics), "Old Pal Why Don't You Answer Me?" 1922. Johnston, Arthur and Coslow, Sam; Mayer, Alfred (arr.), "Cocktails for Two," 1934 (2 copies, one is simplified). Johnson, Carl J. (arr.), Dahlquist's Scandinavian Song and Dance Album, vol. I, 1936. Johnson, Charles L.; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Dill Pickles," 1907. Johnson, Charles L.; Fortner, Clarke (arr.), "Monkey Biznez," 1928.
Folder 2: Jublaro - Krachtus, 1913-1959Add to your cart.
Jublaro, Carl; Jarl, E. (arr.), "Woods of Finland," 1937 (2 copies). Kahn, Gus; Erdman, Ernie; Meyers, Billy and  Schoebel, Elmer;  Matte, James (arr.), "Nobody's Sweetheart," 1924. Kalman, Emmerich; Carreno, Roberto (arr.), "Play Gypsies - Dance Gypsies," 1924. Kanter, Gustav and Mahr, Curt (ed.), Akkordeonschule fur Piano-Akkordeon und chromantische Knopfgriff-Harmonika, 1950. Karankowski, Stanley; Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "Charlie the Boxer," 1939. Karanta, S.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Prune Song," 1950. Karr, Harold; Dubey, Matt (lyrics); Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Mutual Admiration Society," 1956. Keats, Frederick;  Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Dance of the Rosebuds," 1938. Keler Bela; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Lustspiel Overture," 1937. Kennedy, Amanda; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Star of the East," 1952. Ketelbey; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Bells Across the Meadows," 1921. Kindt, William; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Wabash Cannon Ball," 1940. King, Stanford; Deiro, Pieto (arr.), "June Caprice," 1939. King, Stanford; Allen, Gratce Brewer (arr.), "Milady Dances," 1939. Klickmann, F. Henri (arr.), Happy Tunes for Young Accordionists, 1953. Klickman, F. Henri (arr.), "Leap Frog," 1940. Klickman, F. Henri, "Up and Down the Ladder," 1940. Klickman, F. Henri, "Ye Olden Days," 1941. Knight, Baker; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Never Be Anyone Else But You," 1959. Knight, J.P.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep," 1940. Koschat, Thomas; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Forsaken," 1935. Krachtus, John (arr.), "Bits of Old TIme Hits," 1913. Krachtus, John (arr.), "Home on the Range," 1934.
Folder 3: Krachtus - Lawson, 1931-1962Add to your cart.
Krachtus, John, 12 Bass Accordion Method, 1937. Krachtus, John (arr.), "Just Like Home," 1935. Krachtus, John, "Lucky Waves," 1931. Krachtus, John (arr.), "The Man of the Flying Trapeze," 1934, and Koschat, Thomas; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Forsaken," 1935. Krachtus, John (arr.), "May Roses Polka," 1940. Krachtus, John (arr.), "Mountain Cottage," 1937. Krachtus, John, "Mountain Rose," 1935. Kreisler, Fritz;  Deiro, Piero (arr.), "Liebesleid," 1936. Krnjevac,Todorovic, Miodrag (arr.), "12 Populhrhin Kola iz repertohrh ansambla Krnjevac," 1962. Kahn, Karl (ed.), Von Bayern Bis Tirol, undated. Labitzky, Aug.;Krachtus, John (arr.), "Herd Girl's Dream," 1934. Lacerda, Benedito and Romas, Jose Ferreira; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Dinorah," 1935. Lager, Herbert (ed.), Unsere Tanze, 1948. Laine, Frankie (lyrics); Fischer, Carl (music); Camini, Bruno (arr.), "We'll Be Together Again," 1945. Land, Harry and Sheldon, John; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Fabulous," 1957. Lawson, Paul; Alanoff, Olga (arr.), "Rose Petals," 1937.
Folder 4: Lebieg - Mahr, 1932-1956Add to your cart.
Lebieg, Earl; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Sleep," 1946. Lecuona, Ernesto; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Two Hearts That Pass in the Night," 1941. Lee, Lester and Manners, Zeke; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Pennsylvania Polka, 1948. Lee, Peggy and Burke, Sonny; Deiro, Pietro,Jr. (arr.), "The Siamese Cat Song," 1955. Lehar, Franz; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Frasquita Serenade," 1947. Lehar, Franz; Miners, Paul (arr.), "The Merry Widow," 1936. Lehar, Franz; Krachtus, John (arr.), "The Merry Widow," 1935. Lehar, Franz; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Villa," 1936. Lemare, Edwin H.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Andantino," 1936. Leoncavallo, R., "Mattinata," 1953. Lerner, Sam; Mayer, Alfred (arr.), "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man," 1950. Leslie, Edgar; Warren, Harry and Gorman, Ross;  Van Leaman, George (arr.), "Rose of the Rio Grande," 1940. Lieurance, Thurlow; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "By the Waters of Minnetonka," 1939. Lincoln, Harry J.; Van Leaman, George (arr.), "Angels of the Night," 1940. Lincoln, Harry J., "Heaven's Artillery," 1932. Lincoln, Harry J.; Van Leaman, George (arr.), "Trinity Chimes," 1940. Lindstrom, Sigurd; Olzen, E. (arr.), "Caller's Waltz," 1935. Lindstrom, Sigurd; Olzen, E. (arr.), "Pilot's Waltz," 1935. Liszt, Franz; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Liebestraum," 1936. Lorenz, Emmeran and Meyer, Willy (eds.), Erstes Akkordeon-Buch, undated. Luders, Hans, Die Akkordeon-Fibel, Band II, 1956. Mack, E.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "General Grant's Grand March," 1936. Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Dark Eyes," 1935. Magnante, Charles, "Perpetual Motion," 1934. Magnante, Charles, "Preluding," 1934 (2 copies). Magnante, Charles, "Waltz in Blue," 1949. Mahr, Curt (arr.), 12 Beruhmte Walzer, undated.
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Folder 1: Mahr - Marvin, 1929-1958Add to your cart.
Mahr, Curt, Das neue Akkordeon ABC, 1948. Mahr, Curt, Konzert in A moll, undated. Mahr, Curt (ed.), Opern-Melodien Band I, undated. Malneck, Matt and Signorelli, Frank; Gall-Rini (arr.), "Park Avenue Fantasy," 1935. Malotte, Albert Hay; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "The Lord's Prayer," 1958. Malotte, Albert Hay and F. Henri Klickmann (arr.), "The Lord's Prayer," 1951. Malotte, Albert Hay and Galla-Rini (arr.), "The Lord's Prayer," 1944 (2 copies). Malotte, Albert Hay, "Marguerite," 1955. Marf; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Chiudi gli Occhi Rosita!," 1929. Marks, Godfrey; Jensvold, Ferne (arr.), "Sailing," 1948. Marks, Johnny; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," 1949. Marquina, Pascual; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Espana Cani," 1957. Martin, Gertrude R.; Edwards, Michael (arr.), "Over the Hill," 1952. Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Home on the Range," 1945. Marvin, Lloyd, "Hurdy-Gurdy Man," 1947. Marvin, Lloyd, "Inspiration March," 1950. Marvin, Lloyd, "Kolmar Grand March," 1941. Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Londonderry Air," 1948. Marvin, Lloyd, "Polish Mazurka," 1942. Marvin, Lloyd, "Polonaise," 1950. Marvin, Lloyd, "Valse Clare," 1950.
Folder 2: Mascagni - Mayer, 1939-1964Add to your cart.
Mascagni, P.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Cavelleria Rusticana," 1939. Masetti, Carlos; Williams, Gus (arr.), "El Vaquero," 1954. Rodriguez, G.H. Matos; Miners, Paul (arr.), "La Cumparsita," 1939. Mayer, Alfred (arr.), Alfred Mayer's Accordion Band Folio, 1953. Mayer, Alfred, Alfred Mayer's Beginner's Accordion Method for Class Instruction, 1949. Mayer, Alfred (arr.), The All-American College Football Songs, 1952. Mayer, Alfred (arr.), The Big Ten College Football Songs for Accordion, 1952 (2 copies). Mayer, Alfred, "A Coquette's Chatter," 1952. Mayer, Alfred (arr.), Play Along Sing: Get Together Songs, 1964. Mayer, Alfred, "She Wouldn't Say Yes," 1952. Mayer, Alfred, "Sudatory in Sudan," 1950.
Folder 3: Mayer - Mendelssohn, 1936-1986Add to your cart.
Mayer, Alfred (arr.), Tunes for Everybody, 1952. Mayer, Alfred (arr.), Untitled collection of songs, 1952. Mazza, John, The Master Instructor for Piano Accordion, undated. McQueston, L.H., Fiest Elementary Method for Piano Accordion, 1936. Meisner, Gary (arr.), Accordion Favorites, 1986. Mendelssohn, F.; Romani, Paul (arr.), "It Is Enough," 1948. Mendelssohn, Felix; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Spring Song," 1941. Mendelssohn, Felix; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Spring Song," 1936.
Folder 4: Mercer - Miners, 1919-1965Add to your cart.
Mercer, Johnny; Galla-Rini (arr.), "I'm an Old Cowhand," 1938. Merrill, Bob; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Miracle of Love, 1956. Merrill, Bob; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), Accordion Selections from "Take Me Along," 1959. Metallo, G.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Sharpshooters," 1919. Metallo, G.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Sharpshooter," 1931. Metallo, G.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Sharpshooters," 1937. Metallo, G.;  Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Sharpshooters March," 1944. Metcalf, John A.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "The Sack Waltz," 1939. Metcalf, J.A..; Miners, Paul (arr.), "The Sack Waltz," 1939. Meyer, John L. and  Roberts, Bernie; Metzler, Arthur (arr.), "The Honey-Bee Waltz," 1965. Meyer, William, "Birthday Serenade," 1944. Meyer, Wiliam, "The Chase," 1944. Meyer, William, "Concertino in C," 1944. Meyer, William, "Looping the Loop," 1944. Meyer, William, "Still and Strong," 1941. Meyer, William, "Tulip Waltz," 1941. Meyer, William, "Welcome Waltz," 1941. Meyer, William, "When Mozart Was a Child," 1944. Miller, Bob (arr.), World's Most Famous Melodies, 1935 (cover missing). Mills Handy Tunes for All Occasions for the Piano Accordion, 1941. Miners, Paul, Paul Miners' Loose Leaf 12 Bass Piano Accordion Method, Part 2, 1933. Miners, Paul, Paul Miners' 48 Bass Piano Accordion Method, 1937.
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Folder 1: Miners - Miners, 1938-1954Add to your cart.
Miners, Paul, Paul Miners' Piano Accordion Method, Part One, 1938. Miners, Paul, Paul Miners' Piano Accordion Method, Part Two, 1938. Miners, Paul, Paul Miners Streamlined Method for the Piano Accordion, 1953. Miners, Paul (arr.), Paul Miners 15 Great Hits, 1954. Miners, Paul (arr.), Grades One and Two Piano Accordion Solos (Cole Edition), 1941.
Folder 2: Miners, 1940Add to your cart.
Miners, Paul (arr.), Album of Favorite Piano Accordion Solos (Cole Edition), 1940.
Folder 3: Miners - Munsonius, 1936-1956Add to your cart.
Miners, Paul (arr.), Album of Favorite Piano Accordion Solos (Cole Edition), 1940. Miners, Paul (arr.), "La Cucaracha," 1936. Miners, Paul, "The Grenadiers March," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane," 1936. Miners, Paul (arr.), "The Irish Washerwoman," 1936. Miners, Paul (arr.), "I've Been Working on the Railroad," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Loch Lomond," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "The Lord is My Shepherd," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "My Bonnie," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "My Faith Looks Up to Thee," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Nursery Rhyme Medley," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Oh Dem Golden Slippers," 1936. Miners, Paul (arr.), "One Sweetly Solemn Thought," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Polly Wolly Doodle," 1936. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Red River Valley," 1936. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Rosalie," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Santa Lucia," 1939 (2 copies). Miners, Paul (arr.), "She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain," 1936. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Short'nin' Bread," 1940. Miners, Paul (arr.), "Song of the Volga Boatman," 1936. Miners, Paul (arr.), "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.); Ganeva, V. (lyrics), "Will You Buy My Bublitchki," 1939. Miners, Paul (arr.); Malloy, J.L., "Love's Old Sweet Song," 1936. Monterde, Bernardino Bautista; Matos, Alexander (arr.), "Macarena," 1952. Moszkowski, Moritz; Donatch, Paul L. (arr.), "Serenata," 1939. Mullan, Richard; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "I'm Free," 1956. Munroe, F.W.; Edwards, Michael (arr.), "At Evening," 1952. Munsonius, Heinz, (arr.), Klange Aus Wien, Band 2, undated.
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Folder 1: "National Self Teacher" - Nunzio, 1922-1954Add to your cart.
National Self Teacher for Hohner Accordeon, 1922. National Self Teacher for Piano Chromatic Accordion, 1923 (2 copies). Nazareth, Ernesto; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Cavaquinho," 1950. Nevin, Ethelbert; Rogers, Robert Cameron (lyrics); Galla-Rini (arr.), "The Rosary," 1953. The New Easy Method for Piano Accordion, 1936. Newman, Alfred; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Street Scene," 1933. Newman, Charles and  Jones, Isham, "You've Got Me Crying Again," 1933. Nicolai, O.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "The Merry Wives of Windsor," 1954. Nikl, Arnold R., Melody For All, 1950. Noble, David; Edwards, Michael (arr.), "With Uniforms and Colors," 1952. Nolan, Michael;  Miners, Paul (arr.), "I Whistle and Wait for Katie," 1939. Nunzio, Charles (arr.), Chappell's Song Favorites for Accordion, 1951. Nunzio, Charles, "Negrita," 1952. Nunzio, Charles, "Tambo Dance," 1952.
Folder 2: Oahu, 1913-1953Add to your cart.
Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Dacre, Harry; Oahu Staff (arr.), "A Bicycle Built for Two," 1950. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Bury Me Out on the Prairie," 1950. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Glynn, Betty (lyrics); Oahu Staff (arr.), "The Carnival of Venice," 1948 (3 copies). Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Glynn, Betty (lyrics); Oahu Staff (arr.), "Dorothy Polka," 1950 (2 copies). Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes," 1953.Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow," 1950 (2 copies). Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Bishop, Henry; Payne, John H. (lyrics); Oahu Staff (arr.), "Home Sweet Home," 1950 (2 copies). Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Jingle Bells," 1953. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Glynn, Betty; Overton, Bill (lyrics); Oahu Staff (arr.), "Jolly Cowboys," and "Oahu Waltz," 1953. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course; Oahu Staff (arr.), "Juanita," 1950. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Lightly Row," 1950. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Merrily We Roll Along," 1950. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Oh, Dear! What Can the Matter Be?," 1953. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Di Capua, E.; Carlson, C. (lyrics); Oahu Staff (arr.), "Oh, Marie," 1950 (2 copies). Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Glynn, Betty; Brown, Helen (lyrics), Oahu Staff (arr.), "The Parakeet Hop," 1953. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Polka Medley," 1950. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Polly Wolly Doodle," 1950. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course; Swank, Dorothy (lyrics); Oahu Staff (arr.), "Rose Ann Waltz," 1913 (3 copies). Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Matheson, Ted (lyrics); Oahu Staff (arr.), "St. Paul Waltz," 1945. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Song Fest," 1913. Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Oahu Staff (arr.), "Sweet Hour of Prayer," 1950 (2 copies). Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Glynn, Betty; Oahu Staff (arr.), "Swing Waltz," 1950.
Folder 3: Oahu - Pagani, 1934-1954Add to your cart.
Oahu Staff (arr.), Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Betty Glynn, "Swing Waltz," 1950. Oahu Staff (arr.), Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Thelma Wooley (words) and Dolores Rader (music), "There's a Blue Circle 'Round My Heart," 1950 (2 copies). Oahu Staff (arr.), Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, "The Three Blind Mice," 1950. Oahu Staff (arr.), Oahu Modern Piano Accordion Course, Edwin Walker (music) and Bill Overton (lyric), "Village Valse," 1950. Offenbach, J.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Apache Dance," 1937. Offenbach, J.; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Orpheus in the Underworld," 1954. Olias, Lotar; Coslow, Sam (lyrics);  Edwards, Michael (arr.), "Blue Mirage," 1955. Ordway, J.B.; Miller, Bob (arr.), "White Christmas Polka," 1952. Paderewski, I.; Krachtus, John(arr.), "Menuet," 1936. Padilla, J.; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Princesita," 1934. Padilla, J.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Will You Buy a Little Violet?," 1936. Pagani, Pagani's Method for 12-24-48 Bass Piano Accordion, 1937 (2 copies).
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Folder 1: Pagani - Palmer, 1946-1961Add to your cart.
Pagani, Pagani's Method for 12-24-48 Bass Piano Accordion, in Bass Clef, 1946. Palmer, Bill (arr.), "Chiapanecas," 1949. Palmer, Bill (arr.), "Jarabe Tapatio," 1949. Palmer, Bill, The Mastery of the Bellows Shake, 1952. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Accordion Course, Book 3, 1961. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Accordion Course, Book 6, 1958.
Folder 2: Palmer, 1956-1962Add to your cart.
Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Christmas Book, 1956. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Daily Tune-Ups, 1958. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Prep Accordion Course, Book 2b, 1961. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Prep Accordion Course, Book 3a, 1961. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Prep Accordion Course, Book 4a, 1962. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Prep Accordion Course, Book 4b, 1962.
Folder 3: Palmer - Pietka, 1917 - 1958Add to your cart.
Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Reading, Writing, Rhythm, Theory Book 2, 1958. Pardave, Joaquin; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Negra Consentida," 1955. Parish, Mitchell and Cherney, Joseph; Galla-Rini (arr.), "The Bells of Avalon," 1927 (2 copies). Patti, Steve, "The Dance of the Whirlpool," 1934. Patti, Santo and Patti, Steve, A Modern Method for the Piano Accordion, 1934. Patti, Santo and Patti, Steve,  Solo, Duet & Trio Album, 1935. Patti, Steve, "Step Lively," 1941. Peter, C.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Der Kupferschmied," 1934. Peter, C.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "The Jolly Coppersmith," 1917. Peter, C.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "The Jolly Coppersmith," 1937. Peterson, Ivor, "Rattling Keys," 1939. Pezzopane, Sam  and Humpherys, Lavaughn, "Silver Dollar Polka," 1949. Pietka, Chester, Chord Ear Training for Accordion, 1954.
Folder 4: Piersanti, 1921-1930Add to your cart.
Piersanti, L., Piersanti Piano and Chromatic Accordion Method, 1921. Piersanti, Leo, Superior Method for the Chomatic and Piano Accordion for Beginnners, 1930.
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Folder 1: Pietro, 1919Add to your cart.
Pietro Piano Accordion Method, 1919 (2 copies).
Folder 2: Pitoni - Richards, 1922-1968Add to your cart.
Pitoni, Phyllis; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Mary's Baby Jesus," 1968. Pitts, Tom; Egan, Ray and Marsh, Roy K; Galla-Rini (arr.), "I Never Knew," 1920. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 9, 1947. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 35, 1950. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 36, 1950. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 44, 1951. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 54, 1952. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 66, 1953. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 72, 1954. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 77, 1955. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 78, 1955. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 83, 1956. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 85, 1956. Popular Accordion Solos, No. 90, 1957. Popular Hits, No. 2, 1954. Popular Song Hits, No. 18, 1953. Prokofieff, Serge; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Gavotte," 1947. Pulitini, Joseph, "Ocean View Waltz," 1952. Puccini, Giacomo; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Your Tiny Hand is Frozen" (Che gelida manina) from La Boheme, 1937. Puccini, Giacomo; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "When the Stars Were Brightly Shining" (E lucevan la stelle) from Tosca, 1937. Quasha, Sol and Yakus, Herb; Finckel, Edwin (arr.), "Chain Gang," 1955. Quicksell, Howdy and Lodwig, Ray; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Since My Best Gal Turned Me Down," 1939. Rachmaninoff, S.; Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "Prelude in C# Minor," 1939. Rasbach, Oscar; Ulin, Al (arr.), "The Lonely Caravan," 1958. Rasbach, Oscar; Damonte, Jerome (arr.), "Trees," 1922. Redelka, S.; Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "A Night in May," 1949. Redmond, John; Cavanaugh, James and Weldon, Frank; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Thirty-Two Feet and Eight Little Tails," 1951. Reid, John; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Whoa, Emma!' 1932. Reyna, Ricardo, "Peter Pan," 1955. Richards, Al, "The 'Bath House' Hula," 1934. Richards, Al, "Dolce con Anima," 1935. Richards, Al (arr.), "Famous Marches," 1937.
Folder 3: Richards - Rose, 1921-1959Add to your cart.
Richards, Al, Paxton's "Lightning" Piano Accordion Method, 1934. Richards, Al (arr.), "Over, Over, Overtures," 1935. Richards, Al, "Raindrops," 1935. Richter, Ada; Ulin, Al (arr.), "In a Field of Daisies," 1959. Riley, Edward; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Iowa Corn Song," 1921. Rimsky Korsakow; Weber, Henri (arr.), "A Song of India," 1931. Rimsky-Korsakoff, N.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Song of India," 1936. Rimsky-Korsakoff, N.; Galla-Rini (arr.), "The Young Prince and the Young Princess" from Scheherazade, 1938. Riviere, Ch.; Edwards, Michael (arr.), "Alla Minuetto," 1952. Rizzi, Alberto, "The Chase," 1939. Rizzi, Alberto, "Prelude," 1939. Rizzi, Alberto, "Simplicity," 1939. Rizzo, Andy, Andy Rizzo's Advanced Piano Accordion Bass Chart,"1933 (2 copies). Rizzo, Felice, First Adventures in Accordion Playing, 1953. Robbins Piano Accordion Folio, Galla-Rini (arr.).1939. Robey, Don D. and  Washington, F.; Applebaum, Sam (arr.), "Pledging My Love," 1955. Rodei, P.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Remembering You," 1928. Rodgers, Richard; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Where or When," 1951. Rodgers, Richard; Carreno, Roberto (arr.), "With a Song in My Heart," 1950. Rodney, Don; David, Hal (lyrics); Klickmann, F. Henri (arr.), "The Four Winds and the Seven Seas," 1949. Ronchetto, Louis, "A Curious Story," undated. Rosas, Juventino; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Over the Waves," 1936 (2 copies). Rose, David; Scholl, Cliff (arr.), "Holiday for Strings," 1953. Rose, David; Deiro, Pietro, Jr., "Our Waltz," 1957. Rose, Fred; Metzler, Arthur (arr.), "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," 1945.
Folder 4: Rosemont - Scholl, 1931-1957Add to your cart.
Rosemont, Walter L. (ed.), The Accordion Hit Parade, 1952. Rosey, George; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "The Honey-Moon," 1931. Rossi, Henry (arr.), Accordion Music of Today, 1955. Rotella, Johnny; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Dancing Toes," 1954. Rothrock, Claire; Yakus, Milt and Jeffrey, Allan; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Old Cape Cod," 1957. Rubenstein, A.; Bergo, Armando (arr.), "Melodie," 1937. Saint-Saens, C.;  Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice," 1939. Saint-Saens, C.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "My Heart at They Sweet Voice," 1936. Saint-Saens, C.; Calvini, G. (arr.), "The Swan," 1933. Saltman, Phil; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Hotcha," 1934 (2 copies). Sanders, George and Russo, Frank (arr.), "Yultide Echoes," 1939. Santos, Fernando, "Moonlight," 1938. Santos Junior Piano Accordion Method, 1938. Serradell, Narciso; Miners, Paul (arr.), "La Golondrina," 1936. Scholl, Cliff and Taylor, Maurice D., Easy Steps for Accordion, 1955.
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Folder 1: Scholl - Sedlon, 1934-1956Add to your cart.
Scholl, Cliff (arr.), Neapolitan Melodies, 1951. Schrammel, J.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Wien Bleibt Wien!" 1934. Schubert, Franz;  Iorio, Louis (arr.), "Serenade," 1940. Schubert, Franz; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Moment Musicaux," 1937. Schubert, Franz; Meyer, William (arr.), "Scherzo," 1944. Schumann, Robert; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "The Happy Farmer," 1956. Scott, Raymond; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "In an Eighteenth Century Drawing Room," 1939. Scott, Raymond; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "The Toy Trumpet," 1938. Scotto, V.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Petite Tonkinoise," 1937. Scotto, Vincent; Koger, George and Varna, H. (lyrics), Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Vieni, Vieni," 1938. Sedlon, J.H., Entertaining with the Accordion, Book Five, 1951. Sedlon, J.H., Entertaining with the Accordion, Book Six, 1951. Sedlon, J.H., "Fiesta," 1941. Sedlon, J.H., Improvising and Arranging for the Modern Accordionist, Book 1, 1951. Sedlon, J.H., Sedlon Accordion Method, Book 2-A, 1955.
Folder 2: Sedlon, 1950-1954Add to your cart.
Sedlon, J.H., Sedlon Accordion Method, Book 2-B, 1954 (2 copies). Sedlon, J.H., Sedlon Accordion Method, Book 3-A, 1954. Sedlon, J.H., Sedlon Accordion Method, Book 3-B, 1950 (2 copies). Sedlon, J.H., Sedlon Accordion Method, Book 4-A, 1954.
Folder 3: Seldon - Sillari, 1920-1955Add to your cart.
Sedlon, J.H., Sedlon Accordion Method, Book 5-A, 1955. Sedlon, J.H., Sedlon Accordion Method, Book 5-B, 1955. Sedlon, J.H., Sedlon's Note Speller for the Accordion, 1952. Serradell, Narciso; Bergo, Armando (arr.), "La Golondrina," 1937. Serradell, N.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "The Swallow," undated. Serry, John (ed.); Colin, Charles and Bower, "Bugs", Rhythm-Airs, vol. 1a, 1953. Serry, John (ed.); Colin, Charles and Bower, "Bugs", Rhythm-Airs, vol. 2, 1953. Serry, John, The Syncopated Accordionist, 1953. Shonberger, John; Coburn, Richard and Rose, Vincent; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Whispering," 1920. Sibelius, Jean; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Valse Triste," 1936. Sieczynski, Rudolf; Carreno, Roberto (arr.), "Vienna Dreams," 1956. Signorelli, Frank; Parish, Mitchell (lyrics), "A Blues Serenade," 1935. Sillari, Alfred, Sillari Piano Accordion Method in Bass Clef for 12, 24,48,80 Bass, 1938.
Folder 4: Sillari, 1938-1941Add to your cart.
Sillari, Alfred, Sillari Piano Accordion Method in Bass Clef for 12-24-48-80 Bass, 1938. Sillari, Alfred, Sillari Piano Accordion Method in Bass Clef for 120 Bass, Vol. I, 1939. Sillari, Alfred, Sillari Piano Accordion Method in Bass Clef for 120 Bass, Vol II, 1941. Sillari, Alfred, Sillari Solo and Duet Folio, 1940.
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Folder 1: Simons - Smith, 1929-1952Add to your cart.
Simons, Moises; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Marta," 1950. Simons, Moises; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "The Peanut Vendor," 1937. Singer, Lou; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Wing-Ding," 1952. Smith, Frank J.;Krachtus, John (arr.), "The Hornpipe," 1934. Smith, Henry; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Nina," 1942. Smith, John Stafford; Key, Francis Scott (lyrics), "The Star Spangled Banner," undated; and Wagner, R., "Wedding March," undated. Smith, William J., Paramount Piano Accordeon Method, 1929 (2 copies). Smith, William J., Smith's Improved Method for Piano Accordion, 1930. Smith, William J., Smith's New Rapid Instructor for Piano Accordion, Revised Edition, 1937 (2 copies). Smith, William J., Smith's Twelve Easy Lessons for Piano Accordion, 1929 (2 copies).
Folder 2: Sommer - Strauss, 1929-1956Add to your cart.
Sommer, Jean and Cammack, Jerre, "Lets Give Our All for the Land of the Free," 1942. Song Hit Series: Easy to Play Accordion Solos, 1950. Soprani Piano Accordion Course, Lesson 1, 1929 (2 copies). Soprani Piano Accordion Course, Lesson 7, 1929. Sousa, John Philip; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "The High School Cadets," 1946 (2 copies). Sousa, John Philip; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "The Liberty Bell," 1950. Sousa, John Philip; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Loyal Legion March," 1943. Sousa, John Philip; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "The Manhattan Beach," 1950. Sousa, John Philip; Farnell, George H. (arr.), March Gems by Sousa and Other Well-Known Composers, 1934. Sousa, John Philip; Frosini, P. (arr.), "Semper Fidelis," 1956. Sousa, John Philip; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "The Thunderer," 1956. Spear, Eric; Reyal, Antonio (arr.), "Meet Mister Callaghan," 1952. Special Bass Key-Board Chart for "Supertone" Piano Accordeons, undated. Spellman, J., "Away in a Manger," 1953. Stairs, Louise E.;Galla-Rini (arr.), "Soldiers at Play," 1939. Stajano, Pasquale Carlo, 6 Composizioni per Fisarmonica, Album N.1, 1951. Steffe, W.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "John Brown's Body," 1936. Stevens, Everett; Ulin, Al (arr.), "Strange Sequence," 1949. Stolc, Emil; Krachtus, John (arr.), "My Darling Waltz," 1935. Strauss, Johann; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Radetzky," 1936. Strauss, Johann; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Southern Roses," 1938.
Folder 3: Strauss - Tiomkin, 1922-1969Add to your cart.
Strauss, Johann; Herold, Curt (arr.), Strauss-Walzer, Band 1, 1956. Strauss, Johann; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Thousand and One Night," 1936. Strauss, Johann; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Wine, Woman and Song," 1939. Strauss, Johann; Miners, Paul (arr.), "You and You," 1939. Streabbog, L.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "The Book of Gold," 1939. Streabbog, L.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Garland of Roses," 1939. Streabbog, L. Krachtus, John (arr.), "Golden Star Waltz," 1936 (2 copies). Streabbog, L.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Golden Stars Waltz," 1939. Streabbog, L.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Little Fairy March," 1939. Streabbog, L; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Little Fairy Polka," 1939. Streabbog, L.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Little Fairy Waltz," 1935. Streabbog, L.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Shower of Roses," 1939. The Students Home Study Course for Accordion German Style, 1939. The Students Home Study Course for Accordion Vienna Style, 1939. Suddards, Elizabeth; Ulin, Al (arr.), "Mister Woof," 1969. Sweatman, Wilbur C.; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Battleship Kate," 1946 (3 copies). Synnberg, Margaret J., New Standard Accordion Method, 1939 (2 copies). Taccani, S.; Bertini, U. (lyrics); Frederics, Nan (English lyrics); Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "On an Evening in Roma," 1959. Tarantola, G.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Lina," 1954. Tchaikowsky, P.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Chanson Triste," 1937. Tschaikowsky, P.; Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "None But the Lonely Heart," 1939. Tschaikowsky, Peter; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Russian Dance," 1940. Tedesco, Fredric, 8 Easy Modern Accordion Solos, 1957. Tedesco, F.A., Play Quick Piano Accordion Method, 1933. Tedesco, Fredric, "The Sky Sentry," 1955. Tedesco, Fredric, "Spanish Saffron," 1955. Teres; Kracthus, John (arr.), "Home Coming," 1940. Terriss, Dorothy; Whiteman, Paul and  Grofe, Fredie; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Wonderful One," 1922. Thome, F.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Melody," 1939. Thurban, T.W.; Richards, Al (arr.), "Serenade to Owani," 1934. Tiomkin, Dimitri; Webster, Paul Francis (lyrics), Witkowski, Leo (arr.), "Giant," 1956.
Folder 4: Tito - Valentine, 1930-1959Add to your cart.
Tito (ed.), Tito Advanced Course in Swing Rhythms for the Accordion, 1939. Todd, Dotty; Todd, Art and Camino, E.; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "The Spanish Marching Song," 1959. Toselli, Enrico;  Silrestri, Alfredo (Italian lyrics); Spaeth, Sigmund (English lyrics); Deiro, Pietro (arr.),  "Toselli's Serenade," 1935 (2 copies). Toselli, Enrico; Gallarini, John (arr.), "Serenade," 1930. Travis, Merle; Weiner, Allen (arr.), "Sixteen Tons," 1955. Trebar, Lou, "Incline Polka," 1950. Trotter, Dick; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "Mary Lou Polka," 1956. Valentine, C. Irving, The Art of Playing Hohner Diatonic Accordions, 1951 (2 copies).
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Folder 1: Valentine, 1933-1948Add to your cart.
Valentine, C. Irving, The Art of Playing the Hohner Piano Accordion, Part One, 1948. Valentine, C. Irving, The Art of Playing the Piano Accordion, Part 1, 1933.
Folder 2: Van Boskerck - Wallerstein, 1913-1956Add to your cart.
Van Boskerck, Francis Saltus; Deiro, Piero (arr.), "Semper Paratus," 1953. Van Damme, Art, Jazz Accordion, 1956. Vanderbeck, F.E.; Grooms, Calvin (arr.), "Edelweiss Glide," 1928. Van Etten, Theodore C.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Go U Northwestern," 1913. Van Steeden, Peter;  Clarkson, Harry and Clarkson, Jeff, "Home," 1933. Vejvoda, J.; Elsnic, Joseph P. (arr.), "Repete-Polka," 1939. Verdi, G; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Quartet from Rigoletto," 1937. Verdi, Giuseppe; Deiro, Pietro and Perry, Mario (arr.), "Il Trovatore Selection," 1924. Verdi, G.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Il Trovatore, Miserere," 1939. Verdi, G.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Miserere," from Il Trovatore, 1937. Vesely, E.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Homecoming Waltz," 1950. "Vieni Sul Mar," 1953. Villodo, A.G.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "El Choclo," 1936. Violinsky, Benny Ryan; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "When Francis Dances with Me," 1950. Vitak, Louis (ed.), Bohemian Orchestra Dance, Collection No. 1, 1937. Voborsky, F.; Elsnic, Joseph P. (arr.), "Chaloupky Pod Horami," 1940. Vollstedt, R.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Jolly Fellows," 1943. Von Suppe, F.; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Jolly Robbers Overture," 1932. Von Suppe, Franz; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Light Cavalry," 1936. Von Suppe, Franz; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna," 1937. Von Suppe, Franz; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Poet and Peasant," 1937. Von Suppe, F.; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Waltz," 1954. Von Weber, C.M.; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Invitation to the Dance," 1939. Wagner, J.F.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "The Jolly Lumber Jacks," 1931. Wagner, J.F.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Vienna Dudes," 1935. Wagner, Richard; Gaviani, Frank (arr.), "Prelude, Act 3 from Lohengrin," 1942. Wagner, Richard; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Tannhauser," 1937. Wagner, Richard; Frosini (arr.), "Pilgrims' Chorus from Tannhauser," 1939. Wagner, Richard; Fortner, Clarke (arr.), "Pilgrims Chorus," 1934. Wagner, Richard; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Song to the Evening Star," 1937. Waldteufel, E.; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Dolores," 1920. Waldteufel, Emil; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Espana," 1940. Waldteufel, Emile; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Estudiantina," 1937. Waldteufel, Emile; Donath, Paul L. (arr.), "Estudiantina," 1941. Waldteufel, E.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Les Sirenes," 1937. Waldteufel, Emile; Miners, Paul (arr.), "Tres Jolie," 1939. Wallerstein, A.; Weber, Henri (arr.), "Jenny Lind Polka," undated.
Folder 3: Walter - Widlitz, 1923-1961Add to your cart.
Walter, Serge and Ervande, Eddy; Leigh, Rowland (English lyrics); Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr.), "You Know (Tu Sais)," 1923. Ward, Helen, "A Day at the Carnival," 1948. Ward, Helen, "Toyland," 1948. Ward, Loretta, "March of the Penguins," 1950. Washington, Ned and Bassman, George; Galla-Rini (arr.), "I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You," 1933. Weber, Henri (arr.), "Aloha Oe," 1931. Weber, Henri (arr.), "Echoes of Erin," 1931. Weber, Henri (arr.), "The Newport," undated. Weber, Henri (arr.), "Sicilian Circle," and "The Oxen Dance," undated. Weber, Henri (arr.), "Songs of Yesterday," 1931. Wernecke, Hans-Joachim and Luders, Hans, Die Knopfgriff-Akkordeon-Fibel, Band I, 1960. Wernecke, Hans-Joachm and Luders, Hans, Die Knopfgriff-Akkordeon-Fibel, Band II, 1961. Westendorf, Thomas P.; Miners, Paul (arr.), "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen," 1936. White, Faust C., Play Accordion in Six Lessons, 1931. Whitefield, Bernard; Galla-Rini (arr.), Boogie Woogie for Accordion, 1953. Whiting, George; Schwartz, Nat and Johnson, J.C.; Klickmann, F. Henri (arr.), "Believe It, Beloved," 1934. Wickdahl, Lillian; Damonte, Jerome (arr.), "Dance of the Chinese Doll," 1935. Widlitz, Frank, "Here Comes the Mail," 1937.
Folder 4: Williams - Wood, 1922-1952Add to your cart.
Williams, Clarence; Pastoria, Pietro B. (arr.), "Organ Grinder," 1939. Williams, Gus, "Lollipops on Parade," 1952. Willson, Meredith; Elsnic, Joseph P. (arr.), "You and I," 1941. Wolf, Olga (arr.), Christmas Carols for Accordion, 1945. Wolf, Olga, Sure Short Cut Accordion Ensemble, Book One, 1949. Wolf, Olga, Sure Short Cut for Learning to Play the Accordion, Book 1, 1947. Wolf, Olga, Sure Short Cut for Learning to Play the Accordion, Book 2, 1947. Wolf, Olga, Sure Short Cut for Learning to Play the Accordion, Book 3, 1947. Wood, Leo; Bibo, Irving and Conrad, Con; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Good Night," 1950. Wood, Leo; Nunzio, Charles (arr.), "Somebody Stole My Girl," 1922.
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Folder 1: World - Zeller, 1932-1963Add to your cart.
World-Famous Accordion Solos, 1950. Yankovic, Frank; Pecon, John and Trolli, Joe; Scholl, Cliff (arr.), 1946. Yankovic, Frank; Pecon, John and Trolli, Joe; Scholl, Cliff (arr.), "Clairene Waltz," 1946 (2 copies). Yankovic, Frank, "Let's Go To Green Town," 1946. Yankovic, Frank, Collection of Polkas and Waltzes, Book 5, 1949. Yankovic, Frank, Collection of Polkas and Waltzes, Book 6, 1951. Yankovic, Frank, Collection of Polkas and Waltzes, Book 12, 1963. Young, Victor; King, Wayne and Van Alstyne, Egbert; Sedlon, J.H. (arr.), "Beautiful Love," 1939. Yradier, C; Galla-Rini (arr.), "La Paloma," 1937. Zamecnik, J.S.; Deiro, Pietro, "The Flying Ace," 1935. Zamecnik, J.S.; Deiro, Pietro (arr.), "Polly," 1935 (2 copies). Zawisza, Raymond; Matys, Walt (arr.), "Wilmington Polka," 1942 (2 copies). Zeller, Norm, "According to the Accordion," 1932. Zeller, Norm, "Hayride," 1937. Zeller, Norm, "Ridin' At Random," 1934.
Folder 2: Ziehrer - Zordan, 1935-1947Add to your cart.
Ziehrer, C.M.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Weaner Mad'ln," 1935. Zordan, Antonio, "Loretta," 1947. Zordan, Antonio, "March of the Cavaliers," 1947. Zordan, Antonio, "On Parade," 1939 (3 copies, in bass and treble clef). Zordan, Antonio, Zordan's 4 Star Accordion Band Collection, 1942. Zordan, Antonio, Zordan's Easy and Rapid Piano Accordion Method, 1937.
Folder 3: Antonini - Deiro, 1934-1960Add to your cart.
Antonini, Alfred; Frosini, P. (arr.), "Italia Nova," 1934. Bankeroff, George (ed. and arr.), Accordion Band Folio, 1939. Bernstein, Leonard; Deiro, Pietro, Jr. (arr)., Selections from West SIde Story, 1957. Conn, Mervin, "Melinda," 1960. Converse, C.C.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," 1951. Costa, Mario; Scholl, Cliff (arr.),  "A Frangesa," 1955. Damonte, Jerome (arr.), Festival Accordion Folio, 1935. d'Auberge, A., Accordion Band Workshop, 1957. Dawson, Sydney B., "Coral Reef Waltz," 1958. Deiro, Pietro; Galla-Rini (arr.), "Pietro's Return," 1935.
Folder 4: Donath - Galla-Rini, 1938-1954Add to your cart.
Donath, Paul L., Donath's Accordion Band Collection, Book I, 1st and 2nd Accordion, 1938. Donath, Paul L., Donath's Accordion Band Collection, Book II, 3rd and 4th Accordion, 1938. Donath, Paul L., Donath's Accordion Band Collection, Book III, 5th and 6th Accordion, 1938. Easy Delightful Duets for Accordion, 1954. Finckel, Edwin A., Together We Play, 1954. Galla-Rini (arr.), Galla-Rini's Everybody Play Accordion Series, Conductor's Score, 1939.
Folder 5: Galla-Rini - Gaviani, 1940-1954Add to your cart.
Galla-Rini (arr.), Galla-Rini's Little Classics for the Accordion Ensemble, 1941. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), Let's Play Together, Volume One, Third Accordion, 1954. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), Let's Play Together, Vol. I, Fourth Accordion, 1954. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), The Young Accordionists, Vol. II, First Accordion, 1940. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), The Young Accordionists, Vol. II, Third Accordion, 1940. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), Let's Play Together, Vol. II, Fourth Accordion, 1940. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), The Young Accordionists, Vol. III, First Accordion, 1941. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), The Young Accordionists, Vol. IV, First Accordion, 1943.
Box 67Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Gaviani - Howell, 1914-1955Add to your cart.
Gaviani, Frank (arr.), The Young Accordionists Simplified Band Series, Vol. IV, Second Accordion, 1943. Gaviani, Frank (arr.), The Young Accordionists Simplified Band Series, Vol. IV, Fourth Accordion," 1943. Hanby, B.R.; Scholl, Cliff (arr.), "Darling Nellie Gray, Accordions I through IV," 1955. Handy, W.C.; Galla-Rini (arr.), "St. Louis Blues, Fourth Accordion," 1914. Harris, Charles K.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "After the Ball, First and Second Accordion," 1952. Howell and Aretta (arr.), Marching Along In Time and Tune Accordion Band Folio, Third Accordion," 1940. Howell and Aretta (arr.), Marching Along In Time and Tune Accordion Band Folio, Fourth Accordion, 1940.
Folder 2: Mario - Nugent, 1929-1952Add to your cart.
Mario (arr.), The Gold Folios for Accordion Band, Solo Accordion, 1929. Mario (arr.), The Gold Folios for Accordion Band, Obligato Accordion, 1929. Mario (arr.), The Gold Folios for Accordion Band, Accompaniment Accordion, 1929. Mascagni, P.; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Intermezzo," 1st and 2nd Accordions, 1949. Meacham, F.W.; Frozini, P. (arr.), "American Patrol," 1941. Mecca, Domenic (arr.), The Student Accordionist Band Album, 1st and 2nd Parts, 1938. Miners, Paul (arr.), Paul Miners Band Book, 1938. Miners, Paul (arr.), Paul Miners 12 Bass Accordion Band Book, 1938. Mozart, W.A.; Magnante, Charles (arr.), "Accordion Duets: Marriage of Figaro," 1940. Nugent, Maud; Marvin, Lloyd (arr.), "Sweet Rosie O'Grady," 1st and 2nd Accordions, 1952.
Folder 3: Palmer - Paramount, 1939-1959Add to your cart.
Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Band Book, Book Two, 1955. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Band Book 3, Conductor's Score, 1957. Palmer, Bill and Hughes, Bill, Palmer-Hughes Band Book 4, 1959. Paramount Accordion Band Folio, Conductor's Score; Galla-Rin, Anthony (arr.), 1939. Paramount Accordion Band Folio, 1st Accordion; Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), 1939. Paramount Accordion Band Folio, 2nd Accordion; Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), 1939.
Folder 4: Paramount - Reitler, 1930-1954Add to your cart.
Paramount Accordion Band Folio, 3rd Accordion; Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), 1939. Paramount Accordion Band Folio, 4th Accordion; Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), 1939. Paramount Accordion Band Folio, 5th Accordion;  Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), 1939. Paramount Accordion Band Folio, 6th Accordion;  Galla-Rini, Anthony (arr.), 1939. Patti, Steve and Patti, Santo; Solo, Duet, and Trio Album for Piano Accordion, 1935. Provost, Heinz; Scholl, Cliff (arr.), "Intermezzo"  for accordion band in five parts, 1954. Reitler, Mern (arr.), Cole's Solos and Duets for the 12 Bass Piano Accordion, 1930.
Folder 5: Smith - Wolf, 1934-1951Add to your cart.
Smith, Dick and Bernard, Felix; Scholl, Cliff (arr.), "Winter Wonderland, 2nd accordion," 1934. Sousa, John Philip; Frosini, P. (arr.), "Semper Fidelis," 1946. Streabbog, L.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Little Fairy Waltz, accordion duet," 1935. Tedesco, Frederic, Let's Play Duets, 1949. Tedesco, Fredric, Our First Accordion Duets, 1951. Travis, Merle; Weiner, Allen (arr.), "Sixteen Tons, Conductor's score," 1947.Travis, Merle; Weiner, Allen (arr.), "Sixteen Tons, Part A solo" 1947. Travis, Merle; Weiner, Allen (arr.), "Sixteen Tons, Part B, 2nd Part," 1947. Travis, Merle; Weiner, Allen (arr.), "Sixteen Tons, Part C, 3rd Part," 1947 (2 copies). Wagner, J.F.; Krachtus, John (arr.), "Under the Double Eagle, 3rd accordion," 1935. Wolf, Olga (arr.), Music Makers for Accordion Solo or Ensemble, Book One, 1949.
Box 68Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Allen - Herda, 1910-1971Add to your cart.
Allen, Thomas S.; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Any Rags?," for concertina, ca. 1910. Band, Alfred (arr.), "O Susanna, wie ist das Leben doch so schon!," for concertina, undated. Bjoraas, Dick; Ladewski, Gertrude (lyrics), "Happy Snappy Polka," for concertina, 1968. Boehme, J.G.; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "American Eagle," for concertina, ca. 1920. Bratton; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "The Belle of the Season March," for concertina, ca. 1910. Challaway; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Good Bye Dolly Gray," for concertina, ca. 1910. De Ville, Paul (ed.), The Concertina and How to Play It, 1950. Fahrbuck, P.; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Standard Bearer March," for concertina, ca. 1910. Flynn; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Sweet Annie Moore," for concertina, ca. 1910. Grimm, H. (arr.), "Red Wing," ca. 1910. Haase, L.; Band, Alfred (ed.), "Militair-Quadrille," for concertina, undated. Haase, L.; Band, Alfred (ed.), "Mit frohem Muth," for concertina, undated. Hall, J.T., "Wedding of the Winds," for concertina, undated. Handbook for the English Concertina, undated. Herda, Jim (arr.), "Over Three Hills," for concertina, 1971.
Folder 2: Herda - Silberhorn, 1898-1972Add to your cart.
Herda, Jim (arr.), "Red Lips and Red Wine Polka,"  for concertina, 1972. "Home Again Blues,"  for concertina, undated. Hutchison, "Sammy," for concertina, ca. 1910. Kennedy, J.; Williams, Hugh and Elsnic, Joseph (arr.), "Harbor Lights,"  for concertina, 1937. Kiessig, "Berlin's Polka," for concertina, 1905. Kiesig, R, "Pottpourie," for bandonion, 1898. Klein, Johann, Schule and Musik-Stucke fur die zweireihige Harmonika zum Selbstunterrichte, undated. Kremer, B.W., "La Boutou," for concertina, ca. 1910s. Lash, Eddie; Metzler, Arthur (arr.), "The Hillbilly Polka," for concertina, 1968. Lash, Eddie;  Metzler, Arthur (arr.), "The Pulaski Waltz," for concertina, 1971. Lenk, Ludwig, "Intermezzo," for concertina, undated. Lueders, G., "The Tale of the Kangaroo," for concertina, ca. 1910. Maclellan, Gene; Herda, Jim (arr.), "Put Your Hand in the Hand," for concertina, 1970. Miller, Eddie; Williams, Dub, and Yount, Robert; Herda, Jim (arr.), "Release Me," for concertina, 1968. Moret, Neil; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "A Deed of the Pen," for concertina, ca. 1910. Powell, W.C., "On a Moonlight Winters Night," for concertina, ca. 1910s. Rose, Fred; Herda, Jim (arr.), "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," for concertina, 1945. Rosey, "Rendez-Vous," for concertina, ca. 1910. Sayers, Henry J.; Elsnic, Joseph P. (arr.), "Ta-Ra-Ra Boom Der-E," for concertina, undated. Schepp, Henry W., "The Birds and the Brook," for concertina, undated. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "All Night-Long," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Aloha oe Waltzes," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Band! Band! Band!," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Bedelia," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Blue Bell," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Cheer Up Mary," for concertina, ca. 1910.
Folder 3: Silberhorn - Strauss, 1900-1922Add to your cart.
Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Das Ist Der Tag Des Herrin," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Down in Chattanooga," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H., "Down on the Farm," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Dreams of Childhood," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Gee, I Like the Music with my Meals," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Georgia Land," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "The Harbor of Love," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Honey Man," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "I'm Going Back to Carolina," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "I'm the Guy," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "In Sunny Africa," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "In the Valley of Kentucky," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Just a Dream of You Dear," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Kiss Me My Honey, Kiss Me," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Let's Stroll in the Garden of Dreams," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Ma Mobile Prance," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Mammy's Shufflin Dance," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "On a Good Oldtime Straw Ride," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "On, Wisconsin!," for concertina, 1909. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "The Ragtime Goblin Man," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Ragtime Soldier Man," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.). Selection of Sacred Songs, no. 962: "In the Sweet Bye and Bye," "Rock of Ages," "Onward, Christian Soldier," "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," "Sweet Hour of Prayer," for concertina, 1908. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), Selection of Sacred Songs, no. 963: "Lead Kindly Light," "Jesus, Lover of My Soul," "Shall We Gather at the River," "Abide with Me," for concertina, 1922. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), Selection of Sacred Songs, no. 964: "Adeste Fidelis," "Blessed Be the Tie That Binds," "God Be With You Till We Meet Again," "Nearer My God to Thee," for concertina, 1922. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Silv'ry Bells," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Snookey Ookums," for concertina, ca. 1910s. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Somehow I Can't Forget You," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Somewhere this Summer with You," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Teasing," for concertina, ca. 1910s. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "That Dreamy Italian Waltz," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "That Swaying Harmony," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Then I'll Stop Loving You," for concertina, 1913. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "The Time, the Place and the Girl," for concertina, 1906. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Won't You Let Me Take You Home?," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Uncle Sammy," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Under the Bamboo Tree," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "What D'ye Mean You Lost Yer Dog," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Years, Years Ago," for concertina, ca. 1910. Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "You Can't Expect Kisses from Me," for concertina, ca. 1910. Strauss, Johann; Ullrich, C. (arr.), "Tausend undeine Nacht," for concertina, ca. 1900s.
Folder 4: Strauss - Yankovic, 1900-1971Add to your cart.
Strauss, Johann; Lenk, Ludwig (arr.), "Weaner Mad'ln Walzer," for concertina, undated. Strauss, Johann; Lenk, Ludwig (arr.), "Wiener Blut Walzer," for concertina, undated. Strauss, Johann, "Wiener Blut Walzer," for concertina, ca. 1900s. Synnberg, Margaret J., New Standard Concertina Course, undated. Teike, C.; Silberhorn. H. (arr.), "Old Comrades," for concertina, 1920. Vainer; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Pride of the Ball," for concertina, ca. 1910. Vollstedt; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "Jolly Fellows Waltz," for concertina, ca. 1910. Von Tilzer, H.; Silberhorn, H. (arr.), "I'm Tired," for concertina, ca. 1910. Warrne, "Inman Line March," for concertina, ca. 1910. Wojnarowski, F. and Lush, M.; Herda, Jim (arr.), "Hey Cavalier Polka," for concertina, 1971. Wojnarowski, Frank; Herda, Jim (arr.), "Mother Waltz," for concertina, 1971. Yankovic, Frank; Pecon, John and Trolli, Joe; Herda, Jim (arr.), "Ohio Polka," for concertina, 1946.
Series 10: Silent Film Sheet Music, 1881-1931Add to your cart.

Consists of sheet music used for silent films. Items are in Hunleth Music Co. binders which were stamped with numbers and arranged in numerical order by the Hunleth Music Co., probably according to when the piece was received by Hunleth. That original order has been used.

Types of music include selections from larger symphonic and operatic works and individual compositions by both classical and contemporary composers. Descriptions of each piece include the Hunleth number; the title of each piece including the larger work, if any, from which it was taken; the composer; the arranger, orchestrator, or editor; and the most recent copyright date. Handwritten manuscripts are noted. Different musical pieces having the same Hunleth number are also listed and noted. Some pieces in Subseries 2 are from Jacobs' Orchestra Monthly.

Many items include full scores and parts for orchestral instruments. Nearly all items contain the score for piano and often conductor. Some items include only parts for small ensembles.

Subseries 1 and 2 were numbered and organized separately by the Hunleth Music Co. according to the physical size of the music.

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Folder 1: No. 1 Cupid's Caress - No. 8 Dutch Kiddies, 1909-1920Add to your cart.
No. 1: "Cupid's Caress," Charles J. Roberts (1909). No. 2: "Spring Blossoms," Frank E. Hersom, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 3: "In a Cosey Corner," John W. Bratton, arr. by Theodore Bendix (undated). No. 4: "In Beauty's Bower," Theodore Bendix (undated). No. 5: "Spring Thoughts," Gustave Salzer (1912). No. 6: "Chiffon," "Perfume," and "High Heels and Buckles," Luella Lochwood Moore, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1911). No. 7: "Humoreske," E. Grieg, arr. by George Lowel Tracy (1913); "Good Night, My Child," Abt, arr. by Joseph Wadsworth (1913). No. 8: "Dutch Kiddies," George J. Trinkaus (1910).
Folder 2: No. 9 An Esquimo Wedding and The Playful Polar Bears - No. 16 In Meadow Land, 1901-1914Add to your cart.
No. 9: "An Esquimo Wedding," and "The Playful Polar Bears," George J. Trinkaus (1912). No. 10: "Scent of the Rose," William Loraine, arr. by Robert Recker (1901). No. 12: "Bees," Stephen O. Jones (1912). No. 13: "Pierrot - Serenade," Alb. Randegger Jr., arr. by Adolphe Dumont (1913). No. 14: "Schon Rosmarin," Fritz Kreisler, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1914). No. 15: "Dance Suite, No. 3, Pekoe Dance," Ivan Tschakoff, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1910). No. 16: "In Meadow Land," Theodore Bendix (1911).
Folder 3: No. 17 Sweet Remembrance - No. 21 Meeting of the Camorrists, 1893-1920Add to your cart.
No. 17: "Sweet Remembrance," Alfred Muller-Norden, arr. by Otto Langey (1903). No. 18: "Tempo di Gavotta," Enrique Soro, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 19: "Little Lady," Manuel Klein, arr. by W.C. O'Hare (1912). No. 20: "Anvil Chorus" from Il Trovatore, G. Verdi, arr. by Theodore Moses (1893). No. 20: "Carnival March of the Gnomes," William Schroeder, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920). No. 21. "Meeting of the Camorrists" from The Jewels of the Madonna, E. Wolf-Ferrari, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). Note: there are two items numbered 20.
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Folder 1: No. 22 Promenade - No. 31 Shadowland, 1908-1920Add to your cart.
No. 22: "Promenade from At the Bal Masque," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 23: "A Game of Tag," George J. Trinkaus (1911). No. 24: "Parisienne," Albert Von Tilzer, arr. by Daniel Dore (1912). No. 25: "Sambo's Holiday from Dance Suite," Ivan Tschakoff, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1910). No. 27: "Rollicking Friars," Manuel Klein (1908). No. 28: "Little Charmer," Victor Hollaender (1910). No. 30: "The Swallows from The Land of Bird," Manuel Klein, arr. by Ludomir Thomas (1919). No. 31: "Shadowland," Lawrence B. Gilbert (1915).
Folder 2: No. 33 Dream of the Ballet - No. 44 Frills and Furbelows, 1899-1920Add to your cart.
No. 33: "Dream of the Ballet," J. A. Silberberg, arr. by Theodore Bendix (1899). No. 34: "Danse Exotique from At the Bal Masque," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 36: "Mermaid of the Nile," Silvio Hein, arr. by Theodore Bendix (1908). No. 38: "An Eskimo Lullaby" and "The Dog Train," George J. Trinkaus (1912). No. 39: "Scene de Ballet," A. Czibulka, Alfred Roth (1902). No. 40: "The Busy Bee," Theodore Bendix (1899). No. 41: "A Southern Reverie," Theodore Bendix (1900). No. 44: "Frills and Furbelows," Fanchette-Crespi, arr. by Ireene Berge (1917).
Folder 3: No. 46 The Crickets - No. 53 Phantom Visions, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 46: "The Crickets from The Night Voices," George J. Trinkaus (1918). No. 47: "Canzonetta," Gustav Hollaender, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 48: "Frivolous Cupids," William Charles Schoenfeld (1920). No. 49: "Pirouette," Herman Finck (1911). No. 50: "Spring Blossoms," G. Del Castillo, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1920). No. 51: "Capricietta," Irene Varley, arr. by Morris Aborn (1920). No. 52: "Adolesence," F. C. Collinge, arr. by Ernst Bial (1920). No. 53: "Phantom Visions," Ellsworth Stevenson, arr. by Morris Aborn (1920).
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Folder 1: No. 54 Birds and Butterflies - No. 61 Priere Hindoue, 1903-1920Add to your cart.
No. 54: "Birds and Butterflies," Paul Vely (1918). No. 55: "Flirty-Flirts," Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 57: "Longing" and "Meeting," Theodore Bendix (1903). No. 58: "Romanze Op. 40" and "Romanze Op. 50," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 59: "Suite of Lyric Pieces," Edward Grieg, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1912). No. 60: "The Chimes," Harry Armstrong (1912). No. 61: "Priere Hindoue," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1920).
Folder 2: No. 62 Roses and Memories - No. 68 Melodie, 1889-1917Add to your cart.
No. 62: "Roses and Memories," Ted Snyder, arr. by Ludomir Thomas (1909). No. 63: "Chanson d'Amour," Louis Victor Saar, arr. by Gaston Borch (1912). No. 64: "The Voice of Chimes," A. Luigini, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 65: "The Ratcharmer's Song" from Ad. Neuendorff's Opera The Ratcharmer of Hamelin, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1901). No. 66: "Ein Marchen," Chr. Bach (1889). No. 67: "A Russian Pansy," Otto Langey (1917). No. 98: "Melodie," Charles Huerter, arr. by C. Kiefert (1916).
Folder 3: No. 69 Love in Idleness - No. 76 Camelia, 1912-1920Add to your cart.
No. 69: "Love in Idleness," Allan Macbeth, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1912). No. 70: "Prelude from Eva," Jules Massenet, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917); "Prayer," Cesar Ranck, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917). No. 71: "Reverie," Claude Debussy, arr. by C. Kiefert (1916). No. 72: "Chanson Napolitaine," R. de Boisdeffre, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 73: "Andante cantabile," Robert Schumann, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 75: "Adagietto," Gustav Mahler, arr. by Gustav Langey (1919). No. 76: "Camelia" from the Boutonniere Suite, Gerard Tonning, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1919).
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Folder 1: No. 77 Apparitions - No. 82 Song of the Rhine Daughters and Swan Song, 1913-1920Add to your cart.
No. 77: "Apparitions," Gaston Borch (1920). No. 78: "Romance - Introduction to Act IV" and "Prelude to Act V" from King Manfred, Carl Reineck, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 79: "Dawn of Hope," Jean De Casella, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913). No. 80: "Elegie," Julius S. Seredy and A. Czibulka, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1914); "A Bride's Prayer," H. Strobl, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1914). No. 81: "Melodie," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1918). No. 82: "Song of the Rhine Daughters" from Gotterdammerung, Richard Wagner, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913); "Swan Song" from Lohengrin, Richard Wagner (1913).
Folder 2: No. 83 Pierrot's Confession - No. 92 Blush of Dawn, 1910-1920Add to your cart.
No. 83: "Pierrot's Confession," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 84: "Boreas," George J. Trinkaus (1910). No. 85: "Summer," C. Chaminade, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "Murmuring Breezes," Adolf Jensen, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "It was a dream," Ed. Lassen, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby," Frederic Clay, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 86: "Poesia Pastorale," C. G. Rossi, arr. by E. Boccalari (1918). No. 87: "Dreams of Love," Franz Liszt (undated). No. 88: "Night and Love" from Ludus pro Patri, Augusta Holmes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916). No. 89: "Bleeding Hearts," Sol. P. Levy (1918). No. 92: "Blush of a Dawn," I. Borovsky, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1910).
Folder 3: No. 93 By the Sea - No. 101 Naiad's Idyl, 1916-1920Add to your cart.
No. 93: "By the Sea" from Symphonic Suite Au Pays Bleu, Augusta Holmes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916). No. 94: "Peacefulness," Gaston Borch (1918). No. 95: "Queen of My Heart," Maurice Baron (1920). No. 96: "Meditation," Emile Delmas, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "Pierrot Asleep," E. Fanton, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 97: "Silent Sorrows," Gaston Borch (1918). No. 98: "Yesterdays" and "Tyrolese," Charles Huerter, arr. by Walter Loud (1919). No. 99: "The Magic Song," Erik Meyer Helmund, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "The Dew is Sparkling," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "Ev'ry morn I send thee Violets," Erik Meyer Helmund, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916); "On Wings of Song" Felix Mendelssohn, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 100: "Memories," Charles Huerter, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 101: "Naiad's Idyl" from The Hamadryads, W. J. McCoy (1918).
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Folder 1: No. 102 Chanson sans Paroles - No. 110 Intermezzo from Jewels of the Madonna, 1903-1920Add to your cart.
No. 102: "Chanson sans Paroles," Herman Heller, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 103: "Melodie," Peter Tschaikovsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913); "Berceuse," Alexander Iljinsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1912). No. 104: "The Broken Melody," Auguste Van Biene, arr. by M. L. Lake (1916). No. 105: "Prelude to Act II of the Opera Cyrano," Walter Damrosch, arr. by Otto Langey (1913). No. 106: "A Fanciful Vision," A. Rubinstein, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 107: "Parting" and "Reconciliation," Theodore Bendix (1903). No. 108: "Roses," Theodore Bendix (1905). No. 110: Intermezzo I from the Grand Opera The Jewels of the Madonna," Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1912).
Folder 2: No. 111 Andante and Melancolie - No. 117 Second Set of Three Songs from Eliland, 1910-1920Add to your cart.
No. 111: "Andante from the Sonata, Op. 7," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Otto Langey (1919); "Melancolie," E. Napravnik, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 113: "A Musical Thought," J. Titlebaum, arr. by Paul Henneberg (1920). No. 114: "Heart to Heart," George J. Trinkaus and Ernest R. Ball, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1910). No. 115: "Morning on the Zuider Zee from Suite In Holland," Christiaan Kriens (1911). No. 116: "Cavatina," Carl Bohm, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). "Second Set of Three Songs from Eliland," A. Von Fielitz, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1919).
Folder 3: No. 118 Sunrise on the Mountain - No. 126 The Nodding Tulip, 1905-1919Add to your cart.
No. 118: "Sunrise on the Mountain from Mountain Music," Gaston Borch (1917). No. 119: "Moonlight Sonata," Ludwig Van Beethoven, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1906). No. 121: "Reverie," H. Vieuxtemps, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1910). No. 122: "Serenade Romantique," Gaston Borch (1919). No. 123: "Yester-Love," Gaston Borch (1916). No. 124: "Pansies," Theodore Bendix (1905). No. 125: "Wings of Love," Theodore Bendix (1911). No. 126: "The Nodding Tulip," George J. Trinkaus (1907).
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Folder 1: No. 127 Thoughts at Twilight - No. 136 Melodie, 1908-1919Add to your cart.
No. 127: "Thoughts at Twilight," Edwin F. Kendell, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 128: "Love's Enchantment," Irene Varley, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 129: "May Dreams," Gaston Borch (1918). No. 130: "Twilight," Nat D. Ayer, arr. by Ribe Danmark (1912). No. 131: "Budding Spring," Eugene Platzmann, arr. by Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 132: "Serenade," Arthur Kautzenbach, arr. by Gaston Borch (1914); "Petite Serenade," M. W. Horton, arr. by Otto Langey (1914). No. 133: "The Dutch Mill" from In Holland, Christiaan Kriens (1910). No. 134: "Poeme Symphonique," Gaston Borch (1919). No. 135: "Melodie," J. Massenet and Theodore M. Tobani (1908).
Folder 2: No. 137 Venetian Serenade - No. 143 Three Hebrew Melodies, 1913-1920Add to your cart.
No. 137: "Venetian Serenade," A. Luzzatti, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 138: "Elegie," S. Barmotine, arr. by Otto Langey (1918); "Melancolie," Th. Bubeck, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 139: "A Vineyard Idyl," Alexandre Didier, arr. by Otto Langey (1918); "Russian Slumber Song," A Gretchaninow, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 140: "Serenata," M. Moszkowsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1915). No. 141: "Kol Nidre (Hebrew Melody)," Charles J. Roberts (1913). No. 142: "Hebrew Melody," Josef Achron, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 143: "Three Hebrew Melodies," N. Rimskey-Korsakow, arr. by Edward Falck (1917).
Folder 3: No. 145 Serenade - No. 150 Le Roman de Pierrot et Pierrette, 1892-1920Add to your cart.
No. 145: "Serenade," Richard Czerwonky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1915). No. 146: "Evening Sounds" from In Holland, Christiaan Kriens (1910). No. 147: "Pensee Lyrique" and "Menuet Rococo," Henry E. Geehl, arr. by Oscar Radin (1920). No. 148: "Thamara - Prelude," L. A. Bourgault-Ducoudray, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 149: "Romance," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by C. Kiefert (1892). No. 150: "Le Roman de Pierrot et Pierrette," J. Burgmein, arr. by Gustave Hinrichs (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 151 A Tale of Two Hearts - No. 159 L'Adieu, 1909-1920Add to your cart.
No. 151: "A Tale of Two Hearts," Chalres J. Roberts (1909). No. 152: "Le Chant des Bergers," R. de Boisdeffre, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 154: "A Curious Story" from Two Sketches, H. Frommel, arr. by Otto Langey (1916); "An Old Love-Story," from Two Sketches, Paoio Conte, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 155: "Serenade," Richard Strauss, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917). No. 159: "L'Adieu," R. Favarger (1911).
Folder 2: No. 161 Adagio Pathetique - No. 168 The Roses Honeymoon, 1892-1920Add to your cart.
No. 161: "Adagio Pathetique," Benjamin Godard, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1892). No. 162: "Gratitude," William Charles Schoenfeld (1920). No. 163: "Erotik," Ed. Grieg (1908); "Valse Lente," Eduard Schuett, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1908). No. 164: "Barchetta," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by Gaston Borch (1915). No. 165: "Romance" from Concerto No. 2, Henry Wieniawski, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 166: "Pompeian Serenade," Emil S. Strollo, arr. by Walter G. Hauenschild (1920). No. 167: "Woodland Echoes," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1919). No. 168: "The Roses Honeymoon," John W. Bratton, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1903).
Folder 3: No. 169 Prelude to Kunihild - No. 176 Berceuse, 1910-1919Add to your cart.
No. 169: "Prelude to Kunihild," Cyrill Kistler, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 170: "Canterbury Bells" from the Boutonniere Suite, Gerard Tonning, arr. by Carl Keifert (1919). No. 172: "Dawn," "Sleep Baby," and "For Thee," Kate Vannah, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 173: "Iris," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918). No. 174: "Melodie," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1919). No. 175: "Hym to the Sun" from The Golden Cockerel, N. Rimsky-Korsakoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1919); "In the Silence of Night," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 176: "Berceuse," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 177 Romance - No. 187 Serenade and Finnish Lullaby, 1915-1917Add to your cart.
No. 177: "Romance," Alfred Grunfeld, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1917). No. 179: "Venitienne," Benjamin Godard, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 180: "Serenade" and "Romance," H. Frommel, arr. by Otto Langey (1915). No. 186: "All Souls' Day," Richard Strauss, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "A Song of India," N. Rimsky-Korsakow, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "The Nile," Xavier Leroux, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 187: "Serenade," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "A Finnish Lullaby," M. Krook, arr. by Otto Langey (1917).
Folder 2: No. 188 Twilight and Serenade - No. 194 Orientale and Nocturne, 1912-1918Add to your cart.
No. 188: "Twilight" and "Serenade," H. A. Cesek, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 189: "Grand Pas Espagnol from the Ballet Raymonda," Alexander Glazunov, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918); "Legend," E. Melartin, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918). No. 190: "Air de Ballet No. 2," Gaston Borch (1917); "Albumleaf," Cesar Cui, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 191: "Arabian Serenade," Otto Langey (1915); "Meditation," George Drumm (1915). No. 192: "Polish National Dance," X. Scharwenka, arr. by Theodore Moses (undated). No. 193: "In Sight of the Oasis" and "An Indian Legend," Maurice Baron (1917). No. 194: "Orientale," Cesar Cui, arr. by Otto Langey (1916); "Nocturne," Reginald de Koven, arr. by Irenee Berge (1916).
Folder 3: No. 195 Air de Ballet and Canzonetta - No. 203 The Nightingale, 1907-1920Add to your cart.
No. 195: "Air de Ballet," Gaston Borch (1917); "Canzonetta," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 196: "Love Me," J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 197: "Laughing Beauties," Irenee Berge, arr. by George W. Beynon (1920). No. 198: "Madrigal," Nicola Donatelli (1920). No. 199: "Clematis," Gerard Tonning, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1919). No. 200: "After Sunset," Arthur Pryor, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1907). No. 201: "Serenade," Agathe Backer-Grondahl, arr. by Otto Langey (1919); "Remembrance," L. Birkedal-Barford, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 203: "The Nightingale from The Land of Birds," Manuel Klein, arr. by Ludomir Thomas (1909).
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Folder 1: No. 204 Mountaineer's March - No. 208 Three Chevalier Coster Songs, 1908-1920Add to your cart.
No. 204: "Mountaineer's March from Mountain Music," Gaston Borch (1917). No. 205: "Le Rouet d'Omphale," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1908). No. 206: "Babylonian Dance," Frank E. Hersom, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 207: "Serenata napoletana," Giovanni Sgambati, arr. by Otto Langey (1912); "Funeral March from the Ballet Pierrot macabre," P. Lanciani, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 208: "Three Chevalier Coster Songs," arr. by Ernst Luz (1920).
Folder 2: No. 209 Pierrot - No. 216 Serenata, 1919-1920Add to your cart.
No. 209: "Pierrot," Irenee Berge (1920). No. 210: "Pierrette," Irenee Berge (1920). No. 214: "La Furlana," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 216: "Serenata," Maurice Baron (1919).
Folder 3: No. 217 Natalia - No. 225 Zephyr, 1909-1913Add to your cart.
No. 217: "Natalia," Fred. Luscomb (1913). No. 218: "Sirocco," George J. Trinkaus (1910). No. 220: "Morenita," Emilio Murillo, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1911). No. 221: "Erirus," George J. Trinkaus (1910). No. 222: "Moorish Processional," Fred. Luscomb (1911). No. 223: "Pearl of Persia," Henry Clay Smith, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1909). No. 224: "Arabian Twilight," Fred. Luscomb (1911). No. 225: "Zephyr," George J. Trinkaus (1911). Note: the date is incorrectly printed on the piece.
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Folder 1: No. 227 Fete Arabe - No. 237 Peer Gynt Suite, 1889-1920Add to your cart.
No. 227: "Fete Arabe," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1920). No. 228: "Moraima," G. Espinosa, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909). No. 229: "Oasis," Otto Langey (1901). No. 231: "The Star Dreamer," Theodore Bendix (1903). No. 232: "The Dervishes," Theodore Bendix (1899). No. 233: "In a Pagoda," John W. Bratton, arr. by Gustave Salzer (1904). No. 236: "Fackeltanz," G. Meyerbeer, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1889). No. 237: "Peer Gynt Suite," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Theodore Moses (1898).
Folder 2: No. 240 Henry VIII Ballet-Divertissement - No. 247 The Dance of the Serpents, 1904-1917Add to your cart.
No. 240: "Henry VIII," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909). No. 241: "In Arcady," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1913). No. 246: "Two Norwegian Dances," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 247: "The Dance of the Serpents," Edoardo Boccalari (1904).
Folder 3: No. 248 Sigurd Jorsalfar - No. 253 Ballet and Chorus William Tell, 1906-1917Add to your cart.
No. 248: "Suite for Orchestra from Sigurd Jorsalfar," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913). No. 249: "Ballet Suite," Rameau-Mottl, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 250: "The Atonement of Pan III-IV," Henry Hadley, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 252: "Three Dances from Nell Gwyn," Edward German (1917). No. 253: "Ballet and Chorus from William Tell," Giovanni Rossini, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1906).
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Folder 1: No. 255 Caucasian SketchesAdd to your cart.
No. 255: "Caucasian Sketches Suite in Four Parts," Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913).
Folder 2: No. 256 Scenes Alsaciennes #3-4 - No. 261 Miniature Suite, 1905-1916Add to your cart.
No. 256: "Scenes Alsaciennes No. III-IV," J. Massenet, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909). No. 257: "A Night in Japan," John J. Braham (1908). No. 258: "The Atonement of Pan I-II," Henry Hadley, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 259: "Danse Macabre," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1905). No. 261: "Miniature Suite," Eric Coates, arr. by Percy E. Fletcher (1912).
Folder 3: No. 262 L'Arlesienne - No. 266 No. 1 Valse Gracieuse, 1908-1912Add to your cart.
No. 262: "L'Arlesienne," Georges Bizet, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1908). No. 263: "Cleopatra Suite in Four Parts," Leo Oehmler, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1910). No. 265: "Four Indian Love Lyrics," Amy Woodforde-Finden, arr. by Percy E. Fletcher (1912). No. 266: "Suite No. I. Valse Gracieuse," Edward German, arr. by Otto Langey (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 267 La Source Ballet Suite II - No. 270 La Source Ballet Suite III, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 267: "Ballet Music 'La Source,' Suite II," Leo Delibes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel, (1912). No. 268: "Dance of the Hours from La Giconda," A. Ponchielli, arr. by Ross Jugnickel (1911). No. 269: "L'Automne from The Seasons," A. Glazounow, arr. by G. Gast (1911). No. 270: "Ballet, 'La Source,' Suite III," Leo Delibes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1920).
Folder 2: No. 272 Suite Melodique - No. 277 Flower Suite, 1902-1919Add to your cart.
No. 272: "Suite Melodique," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1916). No. 273: Desert Suite," Homer Grunn, arr. by Theo M. Tobani (1917). No. 275: "Danse Salve," Emmanuel Chabrier, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 277: "Flower Suite of Three Dances," Reginald K. Benyon (1902).
Folder 3: No. 281 Ballet Suite from Feramors - No. 284 In the Garden from Rural Wedding Symphony, 1913-1918Add to your cart.
No. 281: "Ballet Suite from Feramors," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 282: Indian Summer Suite," M.L. Lake (1917). No. 283: "Dance of the Gnomes from Noure et Anitra," A. Ilynsky, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1918). No. 284: "In the Garden from Rural Wedding Symphon," Carl Goldmark, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 286 Scenes Alsaciennes - No. 291 Lyric Suite, 1905-1919Add to your cart.
No. 286: "Scenes Alsaciennes," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo M. Tobani (1910). No. 287: "Summer Days Suite," Eric Coates (1919). No. 288: "Petite Suite," Tschaikowsky, arr. by Alfred Pratt (undated). No. 289: "Two Concert Suites from Carmen," Georges Bizet, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (undated). No. 290: "Suite: Danses Miniatures de Ballet," John Ansell (1905). No. 291: "Lyric Suite," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1919).
Folder 2: No. 296 Three Lyric Pieces - No. 301 Scenes Pittoresques, III and IV, 1907-1919Add to your cart.
No. 296: "Three Lyric Pieces," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917). No. 297: "Three Lyric Pieces," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Gaston Borch (1916). No. 299: "Cleopatra: Suite in four parts," Leo Oehmler, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1910). No. 300: "A Lover in Damascus," Amy Woodforde-Finden, arr. by Percy E. Fletcher (1914). No. 301: "Scenes Pittoresques," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1907).
Folder 3: No. 302 Peer Gynt Suite, No. 2 - No. 306 Capriccio Espagnole, 1906-1919Add to your cart.
No. 302: "Peer Gynt Suite," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1916). No. 303: "Ballet Music to Ch. Gounod's 'Tribute of Zamora,'" Ch. Gounod, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1906). No. 304: "Scenes Pittoresques," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1907). No. 306: "Capriccio Espagnole," N. Rimsky Korsakoff, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1919).
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Folder 1: No. 307 La Fete de Seville - No. 311 Petite Suite de Concert, 1911-1915Add to your cart.
No. 307: "La Fete de Seville," Emile Tavan, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 308: "Ballet Music from Aida," Giuseppe Verdi, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1915). No. 310: "Three African Dances," Montague Ring (1913). No. 311: "Petite Suite de Concert," S. Coleridge-Tayler (1911).
Folder 2: No. 313 Suite Caracteristique - No. 318 Scenes from an Imaginary Ballet, 1912-1913Add to your cart.
No. 313: "Suite Caracteristique," A. Tregina (1913). No. 315: "Ballet Suite from The Queen of Sheba," Carl Goldmark, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1913). No. 317: "Ballet Suite 'La Source,'" Leo Delibes, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (undated). No. 318: "Scenes from an Imaginary Ballet," S. coleridge-Tayler, arr. by Elliott Schenck (1912).
Folder 3: No. 320 Ballet of the Flowers - No. 325 Suite from Salammbo, 1917-1920Add to your cart.
No. 320: "Ballet of the Flowers," Henry Hadley, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1920). No. 323: "Ballet Suite from Le Lac Des Cygnes," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 324: "Scenes from the South," Jean Louis Nicode, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 325: "Suite from the Ballet Salammbo," H. Arends, arr. by Otto Langey (1917).
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Folder 1: No. 326 Gitanilla Suite, No. I and II - No. 331 Witches' Dance, 1908-1919Add to your cart.
No. 326: "Gitanilla Suite," P. Lacome, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 327: "Rustle of Spring," Ch. Sinding, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1908). No. 329: "Whispering Flowers," F. v. Blon, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1911); "Woodland Whispers," A. Czibulka, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1911). No. 330: "Dance Suite," Ivan Tschakoff, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1910). No. 331: "Witches' Dance," Edward MacDowell, arr. by Armand Vescey (1919).
Folder 2: No. 332 Pierrot's Sadness - No. 340 Petite Bijouterie, 1889-1920Add to your cart.
No. 332: "Pierrot's Sadness from At the Bal Masque," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 333: "Hymne a Sainte Cecile," Chas. Gounod, arr. by Theo Moses-Tobani (1889); "Cradle Song," M. Hauser, arr. by Theo Moses-Tobani (1889). No. 334: "Andante Cantabile from String Quartet Op. 11," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Theo M. Tobani (1900). No. 335: "Andante Religioso," Francis Thome, arr. by Gustav Saenger (1897); "The Last Hope," L.M. Gottschalk, arr. by Theo Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 336: "Twilight Musings," Otto Langey (1919). No. 338: "Unfold Ye Portals from The Redemption," CH. Gounod, arr. by Theo Moses (undated); "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth from Messias," G.F. Handel, arr. by Theo Moses (undated); "Calvary," P. Rodney, arr. by Theo Moses (undated). No. 340: "Petite Bijouterie," C. Bohm, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917).
Folder 3: No. 341 Springtime - No. 347 The Canaries, 1897-1916Add to your cart.
No. 341: "Springtime," George Drumm (1916). No. 342: "The Divertisement," Theo. Benedix (1910). No. 344: "Wedding of the Winds," John T. Hall (1897). No. 345: "Liebesfreud," Fritz Kreisler, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 347: "The Canaries from The Land of Birds" Manuel Klein, arr. by Ludomir Thomas (1909).
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Folder 1: No. 348 Charme d'Amour - No. 359 March Mignonne, 1908-1920Add to your cart.
No. 348: "Charme d'Amour," Edwin F. Kendall, arr. by J. C. McCabe (1908). No. 349: "Ballroom Chatter," Georges N. Ocki Albi, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918). No. 353: "Rondo No. 108 from Sonata Pathetique," Beethoven, arr. by Irenee Berge (1917). No. 355: "Serenade from Les Millions d'Arlequin," R. Drigo, arr. by Chas J. Roberts (1909). No. 357: "Meditation from Thais," J. Massenet, arr. by M. P. Marsick (undated). No. 359: "Marche Mignonne," Eduard Poldini, arr. by Enro Rapee (1920).
Folder 2: No. 360 Allegretto from the Seventh Symphony, Beethoven - No. 363 Moorish March, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 360: "Allegretto from the Seventh Symphony," Ludwig van Beethoven, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 361: "Marche joyeuse," Emmanuel Chabrier, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 362: "Marche Slave," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1911). No. 363: "Moorish March from Boabdil," M. Moszkowski, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913).
Folder 3: No. 364 Gay but Wistful and The Gum-Suckers March - No. 372 Second Movement from the C Major Symphony, Schubert, 1901-1918Add to your cart.
No. 364: "Gay but Wistful from the Suite In a Nutshell," and "The Gum-Suckers March from the Suite In a Nutshell," Percy Grainger, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 366: "Kol Nidrei," Max Bruch, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1911). No. 367: "A Frivolous Patrol," G. Goublier, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1918). No. 369: "Rural Wedding," G. Goldmark, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1901). No. 370: "Two Movements from the Symphony in F Major No. 8," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1918). No. 371: "Largo from New World's Symphon," Anton Dvorak, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1912). No. 372: "Second Movement from the C Major Symphony," Franz Schubert, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 374 Andante Cantabile from Symphony No. 1, Beethoven - No. 379 Sunrise and Incantations No. 101, 1917-1920Add to your cart.
No. 374: "Andante Cantabile from the First Symphony," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 375: "Minuet from the First√??√?¬≠ Symphony," Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 376: "Adagio Lamentoso from Symphony in B minor (Pathetique)," Peter Tschaikowsky, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 377: "The Caravan No. 102," Gaston Borch (1917). No. 378: "Serenata No. 105," Valentina Crespi (1917). No. 379: "Sunrise and Incantations No. 101," Gaston Borch (1917).
Folder 2: No. 380 The Roses that Die Bloom again - No. 386 Idylle Japonaise, 1916-1921Add to your cart.
No. 380: "The Roses that Die Bloom Again," Sol P. Levy, arr. by Morris Aborn (1920). No. 381: "Because You Say Good Bye," Sol. P. Levy (1919). No. 382: No Me Olvides," Claude Lapham, arr. by William Chas. Schoenfeld (1921). No. 383: "Review: March Triumphant," S.M. Berg (1916). No. 384: "Recuerdos," J. Santos (1920). No. 386: "Idylle Japnoaise," Maurice Baron (1920).
Folder 3: No. 387 A Musical Essay - No. 394 Espana, 1912-1920Add to your cart.
No. 387: "A Musical Essay," Leo A. Kempinski (1919). No. 388: "Symphonette," Irenee Berge (1917). No. 389: "Symponetee," Irenee Berge (1917). No. 391: "Romanza Senza Parole," E. Soro, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 392: "A.B.C. Concert Edition," Earnest S. Golden, arr. by E. Luz. (1918). No. 393: "The Red Man from Dwellers in the Western World," John Philip Sousa, arr. by Otto Merz (1916). No. 394: "Espana: Rhapsody for Orchestra," Emmanuel Chabrier, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1912).
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Folder 1: No. 395 Spanish Rhapsody - No. 401 A Hungarian Romance, 1897 - 1920Add to your cart.
No. 395: "Spanish Rhapsody," V. Ferroni, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 396: "Chinese Wedding Procession," Lucius Hosmer (1912). No. 397: "Suite of Three Oriental Sketches: No. 2 In a Chinese Tea Room," Otto Langey (1917). No. 399: "Chinese Serenade," Chas. Puerner (1897). No. 400: "Petit Ballet Japonais," G. Goublier, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 401: "A Hungarian Romance," Theo. Bendix, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1908).
Folder 2: No. 403 Russian Rural Scene - No. 407 Slacische Rhapsodie, 1913 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 403: "Russian Rural Scene," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 404: "From the Fields of Bohemia," Bedrich Smetana, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 405: "Extracts from the Ballet-Suite Scheherazada," Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 406: "Rozsika: Hungarian Fantasia and Czardas," Charles J. Roberts (1909). No. 407: "Slavische Rhapsodie," Carl Friedemann, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1913).
Folder 3: No. 408 Cosatschoque - No. 411 Northern Rhapsody, 1912 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 408: "Cosatschoque," A. S. Dargomijsky, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1912). No. 409: "Songs of Uncle Sam," Lucius Hosmer (1913). No. 410: "The Evolution of Dixie," M. L. Lake (1916). No. 411: "Northern Rhapsody," Lucius Hosmer (1919)
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Folder 1: No. 413 Philharmonic Echoes - No. 422 Twilight Fancies, 1901 - 1921Add to your cart.
No. 413: "Philharmonic Echoes," Theo. Moses-Tobani (1901). No. 414: "The Opera Mirror" on Favorite Opera Themes, Theo. M. Tobani (1906). No. 420: "Rhapsodie Norvegienne," Johann S. Svendsen, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916). No. 421: "Southern Rhapsody," Lucius Hosmer (1916). No. 422: "Twilight Fancies," H. C. Frommel, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921).
Folder 2: No. 423 Valse Caprice - No. 431 If I Were King, 1909 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 423: "Valse Caprice," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1912). No. 424: "At Dawning," Charles Wakefield Cadman, arr. by Gaston Borch (1919); "The Heart of Her," Charles Wakefield Cadman, arr. by Gaston Borch (1919). No. 425: "Intermezzo," A. Arensky, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1915). No. 427: "Berlin in Smiles and Tears," A. Conradi, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1909). No. 428: "Rienzi," R. Wagner, arr. by Theo. Moses. (1898). No. 430: "Robespierre," H. Litolff, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1909). No. 431: "If I Were King," A. Adam, arr. by Theo. Moses (undated).
Folder 3: No. 432 Martha - No. 441 Der Tambour der Garde, 1898 - 1915Add to your cart.
No. 432: "Martha," F. v. Flotow, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (undated). No. 434: "Ten Maidens and no Man," F. v. Suppe, arr. by Wm F. Kretschmer (1903). No. 435?: "Tantalusqualen," F. von Suppe, arr. by W. Lewis (1908). No. 437: "Leonore Overture Op. 72, No. 3," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1915). No. 438: "Le Domino Noir," D. F. E. Auber, arr. by Theo. Moses (undated). No. 441: "Der Tambour der Garde," A. E. Titl, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1898)
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Folder 1: No. 442 Le Brasseur de Preston - No. 446 Yelva, 1898-1921Add to your cart.
No. 442: "Overture from Le Brasseur de Preston," A. Adam, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1898). No. 443: "Overture from Der Freischutz," Carl Maria Von Weber, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1917). No. 444: "Overture from Semiramide," G. Rossini, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913). No. 445: "Overture from The Mill on the Cliff," C.G. Reissiger, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921). No. 446: "Overture from Yelva," G.C. Reissiger, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1899).
Folder 2: No. 447 Romantique - No. 449 Fingal's Cave, 1909-1915Add to your cart.
No. 447: "Overture to Romantique," Keler Bela, arr. by Julius S. Seredy (1914). No. 448: "Overture to Rakoczy," Keler-Bela, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909). No. 449: "Overture to Fingal's Cave," F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, arr. by Charles J. Roberts, (1915).
Folder 3: No. 450 La Forza del Destino - No. 455 Abu Hassan, 1905-1915Add to your cart.
No. 450: "Overture to La Forza del Destino," G. Verdi, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1909). No. 451: "Overture to Il Guarany," A. Carlos Gomez, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1905). No. 453: "Overture to Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna," Franz v. Suppe, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1915). No. 454: "Overture to La Gazza Ladra," Rossini, arr. by Theodore Moses (undated). No. 455: "Overture to Abu Hassan," C.M. v. Weber, arr. by Margis-Berger (1914).
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Folder 1: No. 456 Phedre - No. 460 Le Pre aux Clercs, 1886-1924Add to your cart.
No. 456: " Phedre," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1903). No. 457: "Overture from Nabucodonosor," G. Verdi, arr. by Theo. Moses (1886). No. 458: "Overture from Euryanthe," C.M.von Weber, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1924). No. 460: ""Le Pre aux Lerces," F. Herold, arr. by Theo. Moses. (1894).
Folder 2: No. 461 Sckontale - No. 466 Zanetta, 1899-1912Add to your cart.
No. 461-2: "Sakuntala," Carl Goldmark, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1912); "Wanderes Ziel," Franz v. Suppe, arr. by Margis-Berger (1904). No. 463: "Franz Schubert Overture," F.v. Supper, arr. by Teo. Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 464: "Crown Diamonds," D.F.E. Auber, arr. by Theo. Moses (undated). No. 465: "Overture to Oberon," C.M. von Weber, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1915). No. 466: "Zanetta," D.F.E. Auber, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1899).
Folder 3: No 467 Overture from Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail - No. 475 Paragraph III, 1897-1919Add to your cart.
No. 467: "Overture from Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail," W.A. Mozart, arr. by Theo Moses (1919). No. 470: "Hunyady Laszlo," Franz Erkel, arr. by Otto Langey (1901). No. 474: "Ruy Blas Overture," Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 475: "Paragraph III," F. v. Supper, arr. by Theo. Moses (1897).
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Folder 1: No. 479 Stradella Overture - No. 482 Athalia Overture, 1906 - 1916Add to your cart.
No. 479: "Stradella Overture," F. v. Flotow, arr. by R. E. Hildreth (1906). No. 480: "La Burlesque Overture," Franz von Suppe, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1912). No. 481: "Die Irrfahrt um's Gluck Overture," F. v. Suppe, arr. by Theo. Moses (undated). No. 482: "Athalia Overture," F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1916).
Folder 2: No. 483 Der Konig von Yvetot Overture - No. 487 Selection from Tannhauser, 1898 - 1916Add to your cart.
No. 483: "Der Konig von Yvetot Overture," A. Adam, arr. by Theo Moses-Tobani (1898). No. 484: "Orpheus in der Unterwelt Overture," J. Offenbach, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1916). No. 486: "Overture Die schone Galathea," Franz von Suppe, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1912). No. 487: "Selection from Tannhauser," Richard Wagner, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914).
Folder 3: No. 488 Lucia di Lammermoor Fantasia - No. 493: Grand Selection from Don Giovanni, 1892 - 1909Add to your cart.
No. 488: "Lucia di Lammermoor Fantasia," G. Donizetti, arr. by Tavan-Roberts (1909). No. 489: "Selection from Stabat Mater," Gioachino Rossini, arr. by Theo. M. Tobvani (1894). No. 490: "Selection from L'Africaine," G. Meyerbeer, arr. by Theo. Moses (1892). No. 491: "Grand Selection from Don Pasquale," G. Donizetti, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1906). No. 492: "Selection from The Bartered Bride," Bedrich Smetana, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1899). No. 493: "Grand Selection from Don Giovanni," W. A. Mozart, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1906)
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Folder 1: No. 494: Selection from The Daughter of the Regiment - No. 498 Valse Celebre, 1889-1924Add to your cart.
No. 494: "Selection from The Daughter of the Regiment," Donizetti, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1889). No. 495: "Selection from The Barber of Seville," G. Rossini, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1906). No. 496: "Selection from Erminie," arr. by Theodore Tobani (undated). No. 497: "Selection from William Tell," G. Rossini, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1900). No. 498: "Valse Celebre," M. Moszkowski, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924).
Folder 2: No. 499 Les Huguenots - No. 506 Selection from La Gioconda, 1888-1917Add to your cart.
No. 499: "Selection from Les Huguenots," Meyeerbeer, arr. by Theodore Moses (1888). No. 500: "Selection from Figaro's Wedding," Mozart, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1906). No. 503: "Selection from Lakme," Leo Delibes, arr. by Charles Roberts (1917). No. 505: Selection from Robert le Diable," G. Meyerbeer, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated). No. 506: "Selection from La Gioconda," Ponchielli, arr. by George Wiegand (undated).
Folder 3: No. 508 Selection from Freischutz - No. 512 Selection from Eugene Oneguine, 1888-1913Add to your cart.
No. 508: "Selection from Freischutz," C.M. v. Weber, arr. by Theodore Moses (1888). No. 509: "Selection from The Girl of the Golden West," G. Puccini, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 510: "Selection from Natoma," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 511: "Selection from Rigoletto," Verdi, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1913). No. 512: "Selection from Eugene Oneguine," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1909).
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Folder 1: No. 513 Le Villi - No. 517 Grand Fantasie from Faust, 1902-1914Add to your cart.
No. 513: "Le Villi," G. Puccini, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1909). No. 514: "Selection from The Pearl Fisher" Georges Bizet, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1907). No. 516: "Selection from La Forza del Destino," G. Verdi, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 517: "Grand Fantasie from Faust," Chas. Counod, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1914).
Folder 2: No. 518 Manon Selection - No. 522 When You Are Truly Mine, 1914-1924Add to your cart.
No. 518: "Selection from Manon," Massenet, arr. by Chas J. Roberts (1914). No. 519: "Fantasia from Samson and Dalia," C. Saint-Saens, arr. by Tho. Moses-Tobani, rev. by J.S. Seredy (1924). No. 520: "Twilight Sketches," Frederick A. Williams, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 521: "Nola: A Silhouette," Felix Arndt, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 522: "When You Are Truly Mine," Dorothy Lee, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1917).
Folder 3: No. 523 I Gathered a Rose - No. 530 Heart of Mine, 1904-1919Add to your cart.
No. 523: "I Gathered a Rose," Dorothy Lee, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 524: "Only a Year Ago," Fred G. Albers, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 525: "All Fresco," Victor Herbert (1904). No. 526: "The Secret of the Sea from Love Sonnets," J.S. Zamecnik (1911). No. 527: "Love's Fantasy," H. Frommel, arr. by Walter G. Hauenschild (1921). No. 529: "Lovelette," Sol P. Levy (1919). No. 530: "Heart of Mine," Ralph C. Smith, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1917).
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Folder 1: No. 531 By the Mill Stream and Autumn Memories - No. 536 Serenade Norvegienne and Bluette, 1912-1921Add to your cart.
No. 531: "By the Mill-Stream from Autumn Sketches," Wilson G. Smith, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1912); 'Autumn Memories from Autumn Sketches," Wilson G. Smith, and J.S. Zamecnik (1912). No. 532: "Coronation March from The Prophet," G. Meyerbeer, arr. by Adolphe Dumont, rev. by J.S. Seredy (undated). No. 533: "In The Dell from Sylvan Sketches," H.C. Frommel, arr. by William Chas. Schoenfeld (1921). No. 534: "Reves D'Orient," Maurice Baron (1921). No. 535: "Caprice Joyeux," Edwina Seelingson, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921). No. 536: "Serenade Norvegienne," Gustave Sandre, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1919); "Bluette," Goerge Aitken, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1919).
Folder 2: No. 537 In the Bungalow - No. 547 Frivolette, 1905-1924Add to your cart.
No. 537: "In the Bungalow," Otto Langey (1906). No. 538: "Gavotte and Musette," J. Raff, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 543: "Marche Triomphale Creole from Suite Creole," Christiaan Kriens (1924). No. 544: "Nocturnal Tangier," Leopold Godowsky, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 524: "Dew Drops," Harry Armstrong, arr. by W.C. O'Hare (1905). No. 546: " Lotus Flowers," Chas. N. Parker, arr. by W.G. Haunschild (1920). No. 547: "Frivolette Entr'acte," Maurice Baron (1920).
Folder 3: No. 549 Siesta - No. 558 A.B.C. Dramatic Set #20, 1908-1921Add to your cart.
No. 549: "Siesta," George Hay, arr. by W.E. Loud (1921). No. 550: "Berceuse," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1908). No. 553: "Romantic Suite: A.B.C. Play Concert Edition No. 1" [Illustrating Romance. Do not use for Heavy Dramatic Scenes] arr. by Ernst Luz (1917). No. 554: "Chopiniana Suite: A.B.C. Photo Play Concert Edition No. 2" [Slow and Serious], arr. by Ernst Luz. No. 556: "A.B.C. Photo Play Concert Edition No. 4" [Frivolity followed by the Plaintive], arr. by Ernst Luz (1917). No. 557: "A.B.C. Photo Play Concert Edition No. 5" [Drama and Aftermath], arr. by Ernst Luz (1917). No. 558: "A.B.C. Dramatic Set No. 20" [Plaintive and Frivolous with agitation, storm or tumult], Ernst Luz and W. Hauenshcild (1916).
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Folder 1: No. 615 The Thistle - No. 622 Clair de Lune and Last Dream of the Virgin, 1896 - 1918Add to your cart.
No. 615: "The Thistle," Chas. Puerner (1896). No. 616: "Barcarolle," A. Rubinstein, arr. by Otto Langey (1917). No. 617: "Festival March," Gaston Borch, arr. by Gaston Borch (1917). No. 619: "Song without Words," W. Rebikoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1918); "Elegie," G. Lubomirsky, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 620: "In Saint-Malo," Christiaan Kriens (1914). No. 621: "Entreaty," Chrleton L. Colby (1920). No. 622: "Clair de Lune," F. Thome (1905); "Last Dream of the Virgin," J. Massenet, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1905).
Folder 2: No. 625 Orgies of the Spirits - No. 634 Petite Suite Moderne, 1902 - 1918Add to your cart.
No. 625: "Orgies of the Spirits," A. Ilynsky, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1917). No. 626: "Jeanette," Hugo Riesenfeld (1918). No. 627: "Midsummernight's Dream Overture," F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1902). No. 629: "Butterfly," J. H. Densmore, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 632: "Intermezzo from Goyescas," Enrique Granados, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 634: "Petite Suite Moderne," Frederick Rosse (1908)
Folder 3: No. 637 American Patrol - No. 644: Scalp Dance and Indian Love Song, 1908 - 1919Add to your cart.
No. 637: "American Patrol," F. W. Meacham (1912). No. 638: "Menuet des Follets from The Damnation of Faust," Hector Berlioz, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 640: "Gipsy Fantasia," W. Jerwitz, arr. by Alfred Roth (1908). No. 641: "Silhouettes," Henry Hadley, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1919). No. 644: "Scalp Dance" from Cherokee and Apache Melodies, M. L. Lake (1916); "Indian Love Song," M. L. Lake (1916).
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Folder 1: No. 645 Ave Maria, Let Me Dream Again, The Palms, and Then You'll Remember Me - No. 654 Romance and Inspiration, 1883-1921Add to your cart.
No. 645: "Ave Maria," Gounod, arr. by Theo Moses. (1883); "Let Me Dream Again," Sullivan, arr. by Theo Moses (1883); "The Palms," Faure, arr. by Theo Moses (1883); "Then You'll Remember Me," Balfe, arr. by Theo Moses (1883). No. 646: "Canzonetta," Benjamin Godard, arr. by Otoo Langey (1911). No. 647: "Dance of Arsinoe and Slaves from A Night in Egypt," A. Arensky, arr. by Otto Langey (1921). No. 648: "Eili, Eilie!," Shalitt and Kurt Schindler, arr. by Otto Langey (1917); "Voilets for Thee I Gather," E. Meyer-Helmund, arr. by Otto Langey (1921). No. 650: "Songs from Shakespeare's Time," arr. by Gaston Borch (1916). No. 651: "Creepy Creeps: A Goblin Dance," Billee Taylor, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1902). No. 653: "Good Bye," F.B. Tosti, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1907); "La Sevillana," Chevalier de Yradier, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1907). No. 654: "Romance," G. Karganoff, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1915); "Inspiration," Leo Edwards, arr. by D. Savino (1915).
Folder 2: No. 655 Moon Moths - No. 660 Good Friday Music, 1888 - 1921Add to your cart.
No. 655: "Moon Moths," Albert Kussner (1902). No. 656: "Une Larme," M. Moussorgsky, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1921); "Jacquita," Gustav Saenger, arr. by Chas. j. Roberts (undated). No. 657: "Fragrance of Spring," Alma M. Sanders, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921). No. 658: "Fest Overture," A. Leutner, arr. by Theo. Moses (1888). No. 659: "Springtime," Enrique Soro, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 660: "Good Friday Music" from Parsifal, Richard Wagner (undated).
Folder 3: No. 661 Love Song - No. 669 Air de Ballet, 1898-1921Add to your cart.
No. 661: "Love Song," Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by W.E. Loud (1917). No. 662: "Marche Mignonne," Werner Janssen (1921). No. 663: "Happy Days," A. Strelezki, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1908). No. 644: "American Fantasie," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1898). No. 666: "Serenade," Enrico toselli, arr. by W.E. Loud (1921). No. 667: "Serenade," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1918). No. 669: "Air de Ballet," Irene Varley (1921).
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Folder 1: No. 670 A Halloween Episode - No. 676 Funeral March, 1894-1921Add to your cart.
No. 670: "A Halloween Episode" [Descriptive], M.L. Lake (1917). No. 671: "Cobweb Castle," Liza Lehmann, arr. by H.M. Higgs (1919). No. 672: "Meditation," P.I. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Otto Langey (1894). No. 673: "Love is Coming," Gus. Friedland (1921). No. 674: "Marche Tirumphale," Leo A. Kempinski (1919). No. 676: "Funeral March," F. Chpin, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1913); "Funeral March: On the death of a Hero," L.v. Beethoven, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1913).
Folder 2: No. 677 Chanson Meditation - No. 684 Dream Picture, 1908-1921Add to your cart.
No. 677: "Chanson-Meditation," R. Cottenet, arr. by Otto Langey (1909). No. 678: "The Erl King," Fr. Schubert, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1908); "Farewell," Fr. Schubert, arr. by Theo. M. Tobani (1908). No. 679: "Poem erotique," Edward A. MacDowell, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1915). No. 680: "Pierrette," Henry Hadley, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1920). No. 682: "Little Coquette," Alois Reiser, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1921); "Serenata," Alois Reiser, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1921). No. 683: "Melody of Peace," Carroll Martin, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1911). No. 684: "Dream Picture," Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Otto Langey (1921).
Folder 3: No. 686 A Child's Dream and Love Song - No. 694 Zamona, 1901-1921Add to your cart.
No. 686: "Songe D'Enfant," Gabriel-Marie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914); "Love Song," A. Flegier, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 687: "Invitation to the Dance," Carl Maria von Weber, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920). No. 688: "Lamento," Gabriel Marie, arr. by M.L. Lake (1916). No. 689: "Romance," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1921). No. 690: "Aubade," Ch. Lefebvre, arr. by Otto Langey (1921). No. 691: "Romance of the Rose," Geo. J. Trinkaus (1913). No. 693: "Amo," Alfred G. Robyn, arr. by W.C. O'Hare (1906). No. 694: "Zamona," William Loraine, arr. by Frank Saddler (1901).
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Folder 1: No.695 Daisies - No. 699 Bandanna Sketches, 1905-1921Add to your cart.
No. 695: "Daisies from the Floral Suite C," Theodore Bendix (1905). No. 696: "Oriental Dance from Wonderland," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harry L. Rogers (1906); "Entr'Acte from Mille Modiste," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harry L. Rogers (1906). No. 697: "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3 in D Major," Franz Liszt, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921). No. 698: "Atlantis," V.F. Safranek, arr. M.L. Lake (undated). No. 699: "Bandanna Sketches," Clarence Cameron White, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1919).
Folder 2: No. 701 Lunita - No. 711 Carnaval Venitien, 1903-1920Add to your cart.
No. 701: "Lunita," William Loraine, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1903). No. 702: "Cinderella," William Loraine, arr. by W.C. O'Hare (1908). No.703: "Nocturne," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1918).No. 704: "Reverie," Ed. Schutt, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1918). No. 706: "Le Coucou," Anton Arensky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (undated); "Prelude," Alexander Glazounow, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (undated). No. 709: "A Summer Day," Minnie T. Wright, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 710: "Terpsichorean Vindobona from Triakontameron, No. 13," Leopold Godowsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 711: "Carnaval Venitien," J. Burgmein, arr. Elliott Schenck (1911).
Folder 3: No. 712 Dance of Egyptian Maidens and Fuji-Ko - No. 718: Carnaval des Papillons, 1887-1921Add to your cart.
No. 712: "Dance of Egyptian Maidens," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr.by Otto Langey (1916); "Fuji-Ko," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr. by Carl Keifert (1916). No. 713: "A Stein Song," F.F. Bullard (1902); "Beam from Yonder Star," F.F. Bullard (1902). No.714: "College Overture," Theodore Moses (1887). No. 716: "Three Irish Dances," John Ansell (1908). No. 717: "Serenade Espagnole," Alexandre Glazounow, arr. by Andre Maquarre (1921).√?¬† No. 718: "Carnaval des Papillons," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1921).
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Folder 1: No. 719 Love Song - No. 725 Blushing Coquette, 1906-1922Add to your cart.
No. 719: "Love-Song," Minnie T. Wright, arr. by Otto Langey (1920). No. 720: "Lords and Ladies," Gustave Salzer (1906). No. 721: "Babillage," Ernest Gillet, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1917). No. 722: "Love in May," Louis Breau, arr. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 723: "Whims," Robert Schumann, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1917). No. 724: "Cavatina," Maurice Baron (1921). No. 725: "Blushing Coquette," J.L. Schendel, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921).
Folder 2: No. 726 Sunshine and Roses - No. 731 Andante Melodioso, 1919-1922Add to your cart.
No. 726: "Sunshine and Roses," Gaston Borch, rev. by M. Aborn (1921). No. 727: "Chines Suite No. 2: To a Lotus Flower," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1920). No. 728: "Chinese Suite No. 3: Patrol of the Boxers," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1921). No. 729: "Un Parole d'Amour," Domenico Savino, arr. by Irenee Berge (1919); "Prelude," Frederic Chopin, arr. by Irenee Berge (1919). No. 730: "Chansonnette," Maurice Baron (1922). No. 731: "Andante Melodioso," S. Rachmaninoff, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922).
Folder 3: No. 733 Laces and Graces - No. 737 Keltic Suite, 1903-1922Add to your cart.
No. 733: "Laces and Graces," Salzer and Bratton, arr. by Gus. Salzer (1903). No. 734: "Captain Cupid," John W. Bratton, arr. by Gustave Salzer (1905). No. 735: "Graceful Blondinette," Gaston Borch, rev. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 736: "Falling Rose Leaves," Alma Sanders, arr. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 737: "Keltic Suite," J.H. Roulds (1914).
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Folder 1: No. 738 Lovers' Lane - No. 745 A Ball Scene, 1911-1922Add to your cart.
No. 738: "Lovers' Lane," Gaston Borch, W.E. Loud (1921). No. 739: "Fairyland," Charles Huerter, arr. by W.E. Loud (1922). No. 744: "Ship O'Dreams," Herbert Francis, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 741: "Aurora," J. Louis von der Mehden Jr. (1910). No. 742: "A Resolve," H.de Fontenailles, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (undated). No. 745: "A Ball-Scene," J.L. Nicode, arr. by Otto Langey (1911).
Folder 2: No. 748 Spanish Lustspiel Overture - No. 754 Guitarre, 1887-1922Add to your cart.
No. 747: "Rosetime," Geo. J. Trinkaus (1922). No. 748: "Spanish Lustspiel Overture," Keler Bela (1887). No. 749: "Russian Folk-Song," Klemm-Schutt, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 750: "Russian Dance," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Andre Maquarre (1922). No. 751: "Legende," Henri Wieniawski, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1919). No. 753: "Melancolie," Jules Granier, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 754: "Guitarre," M. Moszkawki, arr. by Otto Langey (1920).
Folder 3: No. 755 Spanish Dance - No. 761 Snow Queen, 1893-1922Add to your cart.
No. 755: "Spanish Dance," F. Rehfeld, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 756: "From the Canebrake," Samuel Gardner, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 757: "Bonheur Perdu," E. Gillet, arr. by Theo. Moses (1893). No. 758: "Serenade Espagnole," I. Albeniz, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1921). No. 759: "In Poppyland," Leo Friedman, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1903). No. 760: "A Lucky Duck," Howard Whitney, arr. by Theo. Bendix (1903). No. 761: "Snow Queen," Gus Salzer (1907).
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Folder 1: No. 762 Arabian Song - No. 767 Romance sans Paroles, 1917-1922Add to your cart.
No. 762: "Arabian Song," Max Vogrich, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 764: "Southern Nights," David W. Guion, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 765: "Love's Happiness from Lenore Symphony," J. Raff, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1917). No. 766: "Ballet-Music from The Demon," Anton Rubenstein, arr. by Otto Langey (1919). No. 767: "Romance sans Paroles," Karl Davidoff, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922).
Folder 2: No. 768 Floods of Spring and Recuerdo - No. 773 Canzonetta, 1921-1922Add to your cart.
No. 768: "Floods of Spring,"Sergei Rachmaninoff, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922); "Recuerdo," Enrique Soro, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 769: " Dearest Night," Alfred Bachelet, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922); "For Ever and For Ever," F. Paolo Tosti, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 770: "Song Celestial," Edmund Severn, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921). No. 771: "Danse Orientale," Hariette Cady, arr. by Maurice Baron (1922). No. 772: "Intermezzo from L'Amico Fritz," Pietro Mascgni, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 773: "Canzonetta," P.I. Tschaikowsky, arr.by Maurice Baron (1922)
Folder 3: No. 774 Spring Song - No. 778 Lyric Pieces, 1909-1922Add to your cart.
No. 774: "Spring Song," Alfred Mirovitch, arr. by Maurice Baron (1922). No. 775: "Barcarole (June) from The Seasons," P. Tschaiowsky, trans. by Theodore M. Tobanni (1909). No. 776: "Prelude du Deluge," C. Saint-Seans, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1922). No. 777: "A Dream," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916); "Repose of the Forest," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916); "The Asra," Anton Rubenstein, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1916). No. 778: "Lyric Pieces, Suite I, No. 1, Gade," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1919); "Lyric Pieces, Suite I, No. 2, Elegie," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1919); "Lyric Pieces, Suite I, No. 3, Gratitude," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Ross Jungnickel 1919).
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Folder 1: No. 780 Novelette - No. 796 Le Retour, 1900-1922Add to your cart.
No. 780: "Novelette," Alexander Glazounow, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1922). No. 781: "The Sacrifice," J.S Zamecnik (1922). No. 791: "Kiki," Domenico Savino (1922). No. 793: "Scotch Intermezzo," Johannes Brahms, arr. by Maurice Baron (1922). No. 795: "Scherzo from Midsummernight's Dream," F. Mendelssohn, arr. by William F. Kreischmer (1900). No. 796: "Le Retour," Georges Bizet, arr. by Ernest Gillet (1911).
Folder 2: No. 777 Reverie - No. 892 Canzonetta and Crescendo, 1909-1923Add to your cart.
No. 797: "Reverie," George Drumm (1919). No. 798: "Sweet Revery," P. Tschaikowsky, trans. by Theodore M. Tobani (1910). No. 799: "To a Kiss from Aphrodite Suite," Halfdan Jebe, arr. by  W.G. Hauenschild (1922). No. 800: "Lost Paradise," Leo A. Kempinski (undated). No. 801: "Within the Walls of China," Katherine Allan Lively, arr.by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 802: "Canzonetta," E. Schuett, trans. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909); "Crescendo," Per Lasson, trans. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909).
Folder 3: No. 803 Twilight Hour - No. 808 Largo and Nazareth, 1917-1923Add to your cart.
No. 803: "Twilight Hour," Domenico Savino (1922). No. 804: "Chant Elegiaque," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1913). No. 805: "Chanson de Pierrot," R. Drigo, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 806: "Vision d'Amour," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 808: "Largo," G.F. Haendel, arr.by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1889); "Nazareth," Charles Gounod, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1917).
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Folder 1: No. 809 Columbine and Evening Mood - No. 821 Fallen Leaf, 1902-1923Add to your cart.
No. 809: "Columbine," Walter Wallace Smith, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920); "Evening Mood," Richard Czerwonky, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1920). No. 812: "Romeo's Farewell To Juliet," Maurice Baron (1923). No. 815: "Gosepl Hymns," Julius S. Seredy, arr. by Seredy-Tocaben (1915); "Onward Christian Soldiers" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, A. S. Sullivan, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Adeste Fidelis" from Collection of Gospel Hymn, M. Portogallo, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Nearer, my God to thee" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, Dr. L. Mason, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Pleyel's Hymn" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Old Hundred" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, L. Bourgeois, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Rock of Ages" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, Dr. T. Hastings, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Sun of my Soul" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, P. Ritter, arr. by Theordore M. Tobani (undated); "Happy Days" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, E. F. Rimbault, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, I. B. Dyke, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Brightly gleams our Banner" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, A. S. Sullivan, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "The Gate ajar for me" S. J. Vail, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated); "Come, ye disconslate" from Collection of Gospel Hymns, S. Webbe, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (undated). No. 816: "Cavatina: Salut! demeure chaste et pure" from Faust, Charles Gounod, arr. by W. H. Myddleton (1902). No. 820: "Elegie" from Trio, A. Arensky, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 821: "Fallen Leaf (An Indian Love Song)," Frederic Knight Logan, arr. by La Salle (1922).
Folder 2: No. 823 Humpty Dumpty's Funeral March - No. 836 Chanson d'Amour, 1888-1923Add to your cart.
No. 823: "Humpty Dumpty's Funeral March," Frederick Brandeis, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 824: "Cavatina," J. Raff, arr. by Julius S. Seredy (1913); "Berceuse," M. Hauser, arr. by W. G. Dietrich (1888). No. 825: "Meditation," Julian Clifford (1918). No. 834: "When You And I Were Young, Maggie," J. A. Butterfield, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921); "Ave Maria," Charles Gound, arr. by J. S. Seredy (1921); "Thou'rt Like Unto A Flower," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1921). No. 835: "My Old Kentucky Home" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Just Before The Battle, Mother" from Twelve American Songs, George F. Root, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Nelly Was A Lady" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "The Vacant Chair" from Twelve American Songs, George F. Root, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Hard Times Come Again No More" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Uncle Ned" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Comrades, Fill No Glass For Me" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Listen To The Mocking Bird" from Twelve American Songs, Alice Hawthron, arr. by Paul De VIlle (1908); "The Virginia Rose Bud" from Twelve American Songs, F. H. Kavanaugh, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Dearest Me" from Twelve American Songs, L. V. H. Crosby, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908); "Old Black Joe" from Twelve American Songs, S. C. Foster, arr. by Paul De Ville (1908). No. 836: "Chanson d'Amour," Josef Suk, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1921).
Folder 3: No. 837 Masquerade Suite - No. 852 Zingaresca, 1923Add to your cart.
No. 837: "Carnival March," "Harlequin and Columbine," "Antics of the Clowns," "The Mandolin Serenaders," and "Grand Parade" from Masquerade Ballet Suite, P. Lacome, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 838: "To Mission San Francisco," Lily Strickland, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 839: "Santa Anna's Patio," Lily Strickland, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 851: "Villanelle," Eva Dell'Acqua, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 852: "Zingaresca," Maurice Baron (1923).
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Folder 1: No. 853 Adieu - No. 859 The Bim-Bims, 1911-1917Add to your cart.
No. 853: "Adieu," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Harold Sanford (1917). No. 854: "Told at Twilight," Charles Huerter, arr. by Harold Sanford (1913). No. 855: "Caressing Butterfly" and "Love's Wilfulness," R. Barthelemy, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 856: "Souvenir de Venise," Alfred Price Quinn, arr. by Harold Sanford (1917). No. 857: "Serenade," A. Rubinstein, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 858: "Prelude" and "Nocturne," F. Chopin, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 859: "The Bim-Bims," Leon Adam, arr. by Henry E. Geehl (1913).
Folder 2: No. 860 Gondoliera - No. 867 Serenade, 1912-1923Add to your cart.
No. 860: "Gondoliera," M. Moszkowski, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 862: "Intermezzo Pittoresque," J. Kocian, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 863: "Serenata," Mario Tarenghi, arr. by Otto Langey (1914). No. 864: "Pizzicato-Bluette," Th. Lack, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No.865: "Amour Coquet," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 866: "Colinette: Aubade a ma Mie," Auguste Bosc, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 867: "Serenade," Henry Ern, arr. by Otto Langey (1914).
Folder 3: No. 868 Serenata and Passepied - No. 878 Danse Bretonne, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 868: "Serenata," Alberto Cajani, arr. by Otto Langey (1912); "Passepied" from Le roi s'amuse, Leo Delibes, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 872: "Dialogue," Erik Meyer-Helmund, arr. by C. Kiefert (1916). No. 873: "Cadiz," I. Albeniz, arr. by Harold Sanford (1916). No. 875: "Song of the Boatmen of the Volga," transcr. by Harriette Cady, arr. by Otto Langey (1912); "Cossack Lullaby," J. Jiranek, arr. by Otto Langey (1912). No. 876: "Melodie," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Otto Langey (1920); "Menuetto all'antico," G. Karganoff, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 877: "Mignonette," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1911); "Two Preludes," F. Chopin, arr. by Gustave Hinrichs (1911). No. 878: "Danse Bretonne" from the ballet La Korrigane, Charles M. Widor, arr. by Gustave Hinrichs (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 880 Serenade and Coquette - No. 896 Egyptia, 1911-1917Add to your cart.
No. 880: "Serenade," Franz Drdla, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912); "Coquette," A. Arensky, arr. by Gustave Hinrichs (1912). No. 881: "Morris Dance" from The York Pageant Music, T. Tertius Noble, arr. by Otto Langey (1911). No. 882: "Bal de Noces" and "Cortege Nuptial" from Le Roman de Pierrot et Pierrette, J. Burgmein, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 894: "Neapolitan Nights," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 896: "Egyptia," J. S. Zamecnik (1917).
Folder 2: No. 898 Al Fresco and Traumerei - No. 904 The Dancer of Navarre, 1912-1921Add to your cart.
No. 898: "Al Fresco," George Etienne, arr. by Jessie Downer-Eaton (1912); "Traumerei," Edward A. MacDowell, arr. by Jessie Downer-Eaton (1914). No. 900: "Legende," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1912); "Celtic Dream," Frederic Field Bullard, arr. by Hugo Riesenfeld (1912). No. 901: "June Breezes," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 902: "Tears," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 903: "Ecstasy," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 904: "The Dancer of Navarre," J. S. Zamecnik (1917).
Folder 3: No. 905 Sparklets - No. 912 Admiration, 1912-1916Add to your cart.
No. 905: "Sparklets," Walter E. Miles, arr. by R. B. Brewer (1912). No. 906: "Basket of Roses," Theodore G. Albers, arr. by John S. Zamecnik (1913). No. 907: "Eleanor," Jessie L. Deppen (1913). No. 908: "Bowel of Pansies," Jules Reynard, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 909: "At Sunset," R. B. Brewer (1913). No. 910: "Water Lilies," Floyd J. St Clair (1914). No. 911: "Legend of a Rose," Jules Reynard, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 912: "Admiration," Ralph C. Jackson, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916).
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Folder 1: No. 913 Tulips - No. 920 In Arcadia, 1915-1920Add to your cart.
No. 913: "Tulips," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 914: "Spring Flowers," J. Dellinger Wood, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 915: "Gavotte Piquante," William T. Pierson, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 916: "Iris," Jules Reynard, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 917: "Cupid's Frolic," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 918: "Summer Nights," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1915). No. 919: "Butterfly Dance," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 920: "In Arcadia," Gatty Sellars, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920).
Folder 2: No. 921 Carnations - No. 925 Love Fancies, 1911-1923Add to your cart.
No. 921: "Carnations," Fred G. Albers, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918), No. 922: "Flirtation," B. L. Cross, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 923: "Nubian Desert Song," Nicolas Amani, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923); "Berceuse," Cesar Cui, arr. by James C. Bradford (1923). No. 924: "Serenata de la Noche," Rosa Ferrell Burks, arr. by Maurice Baron (1923). No. 925: "Love Fancies from the Piano Suite Love Sonnets," J. S. Zamecnik (1911).
Folder 3: No. 926 Moon Glow - No. 934 In Birdland, 1914-1921Add to your cart.
No. 926: "Moon Glow," John Frederic Barth, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 927: "Remembrance," Jessie L. Deppen, arr. by R. B. Brewer (1918). No. 929: "The Spirit of the Nile," G. Vargas, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1918). No. 930: "Marionette," Felix Arndt, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 931: "Spirit of America," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 932: "To a Violet from Memoirs," J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 933: "The Coquette," Jessie L. Deppen, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 934: "In Birdland," J. S. Zamecnik (1921).
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Folder 1: No. 935 The Little Soubrette - No. 940 Romance d'Amour, 1912-1923Add to your cart.
No. 935: "The Little Soubrette," Arthur Traves Granfield, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 936: "Ballet Sentimental," J. S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 937: "Premier Amour," Andre Benoist, arr. by Elliott Schenck (1912). No. 938: "Pulcinello," W. Aletter, arr. by Elliott Schenck (1912). No. 939: "Prelude," Armas Jarnefelt, arr. by Armand Vecsey (1913); "Aria," Robert Schumann, arr. by Armand Vecsey (1913). No. 940: "Romance d'Amour," A. Arensky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923).
Folder 2: No. 942 Bluette - No. 949 Strolling Dolly, 1917-1923Add to your cart.
No. 942: "Bluette," Harold Sanford (1917). No. 944: "Blue Bells," J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 945: "La Soudanese," Ralph C. Jackson, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1920). No. 946: "Enchanted Forest," Philip Spitalny, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 947: "Whims of Love," Maurice Baron (1922). No. 948: "Rosebud," Harold Sanford (1921). No. 949: "Strolling Dolly," Charles Lindgreen, scored by Morris Aborn (1923).
Folder 3: No. 950 Midsummer - No. 958 Dancing Leaves, 1911-1923Add to your cart.
No. 950: "Midsummer" from The Far-Away-Isles, Andre Maquarre (1914). No. 951: "Reubens Frolic," arr. by William Charles Schoenfeld (1922). No. 952: "Were my song with wings provided," Reynaldo Han, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923); "Dreams," Anton Strelezki, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 953: "Waiting," Charles Ancliffe (1922). No. 955: "Haya," Louis Maurice, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 956: "Dream of the Flowers," Charles Cohen, arr. by R. B. Brewer (1911). No. 957: "In Poppyland," Fred G. Albers, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 958: "Dancing Leaves," Walter E. Miles, arr. by R. B. Brewer (1913).
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Folder 1: No. 959 Mon Plaisier - No. 963 Spirit of Youth, 1914-1919Add to your cart.
No. 959: "Mon Plaisier," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 960: "Phyllis," Jessie L. Deppen, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1916). No. 961: "Valse Danseuse," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 962: "Love Letters," Ralph C. Jackson, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 963: "Spirit of Youth," Ernest V. Dahlquist, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1919).
Folder 2: No. 964 Dancing Nymphs - No. 970 Agitato No. 1, 1919-1923Add to your cart.
No. 964: "Dancing Nymphs," Robert Braine, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 965: "Memory's Garden," Lucien Denni, arr. by Clarence E. Wheeler (1923). No. 966: "Toddling," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 967: "Dramatic Andante No. 1," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 968: "Dawn," "Spring Song," "Noontide," and "La Gondole" from the suite A Day in May, Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 969: "Creeping Shadows," "The Torture Chamber," and "Witches" from Gruesome Tales, Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 970: "Agitato No. 1," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923).
Folder 3: No. 971 Rose Leaves - No. 976 Promenade, 1904-1923Add to your cart.
No. 971: "Rose Leaves," Leo Edwards, orch. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 972: "Misterioso No. 1," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 974: "Marche Carnavalesque," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1920). No. 975: "Manuel Menendez," Lorenzo Filiasi (1904). No. 976: "Promenade," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923).
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Folder 1: No. 977 Savage Carnival - No. 982 Hedge Roses, 1922-1923Add to your cart.
No.977: "Savage Carnival," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 978: "Dew Drops," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 979: "Merry Pranks," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No.980: "For You Alone," Theodore Morse (1922). No. 981: "Violets," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 982: "Hedge Roses," Hugo Frey (1923).
Folder 2: No. 984 Screening Preludes - No. 989 Cortege, 1906-1923Add to your cart.
No. 984: "Entrance March from Screening Preludes," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923); "Chinese from Screening Preludes," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923); "Pastorale from Screening Preludes," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 985: "To a Wild Rose, Will O' the Wisp, At an Old Trysting-Place, In Autumn, From an Indian Lodge from Woodland Sketches," Edward Macdowell, arr. by Charles Woodhouse (1923). No. 986: "With Powdered Wig and Hoop Skirt," D. de Severac, arr. by C. Kiefert (1916). No. 987: "The Swan," C. Saint-Saens, arr.by R. Klugescheid (1906). No. 988: "Western Allegro," Erno Rappe and William Axt (1923). No.989: "Cortege," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923).
Folder 3: No. 990 Scene de Ballet - No. 995 Dance of the Debutantes, 1910-1923Add to your cart.
No. 990: "Scene de Ballet from Le Pavillon d"Armide," N. Tscherepnine, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912). No. 991: "Trepak," Anton Rubinstein, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 992: "And the Night-Raven Sings," Herbert Bedford, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 993: "Extase d'Amour," Raymond Roze, arr. by S.K. Wright (1910). No. 994: "La Petite Duchesse," Henri Baron (1921). No. 995: "Dance of the Debutantes," Otto Langey (1918).
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Folder 1: No. 996 Sweet Forget-me-nots - No. 1000 On the Steppes of Central Asia, 1907-1923Add to your cart.
No. 996: "Sweet Forget-me-nots," Walter E. Miles, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1917). No. 997: "Celestine," G. Vargas, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 998: "The Seven Last Words," Joseph Haydn, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1907); "Praeludium," F. Chopin, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1907); "Largo," Corelli, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani; "Christmas Song," L. Reichard, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1907). No. 999: "Valse," Mischa Levitzki, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923); "Cantilena," G. Goltermannn, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 1000: "On the Steppes of Central Asia," A. Borodin, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923).
Folder 2: No. 1001 Mignonette - No. 1008 A Rustic Festival, 1914-1923Add to your cart.
No. 1001: "Mignonette," Ralph C. Jackson, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1919). No. 1002: "A Venetian Romance from Memoirs," J.S. Zamecnik (1922); "The Lone Pine from Memoirs," J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1003: "Yester-Eve," J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1004: "Valse a la Salon," Amy Titus Worthington, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1914). No. 1005: "Hearts Desire," Jules Reynard, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1006: "Soiree," J.S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1007: "Danse Passion," J.S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1008: "A Rustic Festival," J.S. Zamecnik (1923).
Folder 3: No. 1009 Nydia - No. 1014 The Soul of a Rose, 1921-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1009: "Nydia," J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1010: "Joy!" J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 1011: "Indian Plaint," Anton Dvorak, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1012: "Springtime," Minnie T. Wright, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1013: "To a Water-Lily, From Uncle Remus, A Deserted Farm, By A Meadow Brook, Told at Sunset from Woodland Sketches," Edward Macdowell, arr. Charles Woodhouse (1923). No. 1014: "The Soul of a Rose," Byron Gay (1923).
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Folder 1: No. 1015 Love's Chatter - No. 1022 Une Promenade de Matin, 1910-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1015: "Love's Chatter," David Mendoza (1924). No. 1016: "Moon Dreams," Lee S. Roberts, arr. by W.C. Polla (1923). No. 1017: "My Abode," Franz Schubert, arr. by Joseph Marr (undated). No. 1019: "The Coquette," Arthur Edward Johnstone, arr. by Gaston Borch (undated); "Esperanza," Arthur Edward Johnstone, arr. by Gaston Borch (undated). No. 1020: "Agitato No. 2" [For struggles, excitement, arguments, fights], Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1022: "Une Promenade de Matin," F. Bendel, arr. by R. Klugescheid (1910).
Folder 2: No. 1023 Twelve Irish Songs - No. 1034 Indian Patrol, 1902-1921Add to your cart.
No. 1023: "The Minstrel Boy; Savourneen Delish; Killarney; Come Back to Erin; Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms; The Meeting of the Waters; The Last Rose of Summer; The Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow; The Dear Little Shamrock; Wearing of the Green; The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls; The Cruiskeen Lawn from Twelve Irish Songs," arr. by L.O. de Witt (1902). No. 1025: "Unrest," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1026: "'Neath the Desert Stars," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1027: "An English Tune," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1029: "Romance," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1030: "At the Cloister Gate," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1031: "A Moonlight Barcarole," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1032: "Love Duet," Henry Geehl (1921). No. 1034: "Indian Patrol," Henry Geehl (1921).
Folder 3: No. 1035 Norwegian Dances - No. 1040 Le Chant Des Boulevards, 1899-1923Add to your cart.
No. 1035: "Norwegian Dance No. II and No. III," E. Grieg, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1899). No. 1036: "Fair Debutante," Jules Reynard, arr. by J.S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1037: "Ballet Barbarian," J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 1038: "Regret," J.S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1039: "Adieu," J.S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 1040: "Le Chant Des Boulevards," J.S. Zamecnik (1922).
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Folder 1: No. 1041 Ode to Spring - No. 1048 A Tone Picture, 1921-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1041: "Ode to Spring," J. S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1042: "The Desert Caravan," J. S. Zamecnik (1921). No. 1043: "Water Sprites," Frederic Van Norman, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1044: "Morning Glories," Jules Reynard, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1045: "Love-Note from Memoirs," J. S. Zamecnik (1922). No. 1046: "Love Came Calling," J. S. Zamecnik (1924). No. 1047: "Serenade Petite," J. S. Zamecnik (1923). No. 1048: "A Tone-Picture," Adolf Hass, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1049 Snake Charmer - No. 1056 In the Cabbage Patch, 1902-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1049: "The Snake-Charmer," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1051: "Dance of the Marionettes," Frank J. Gurney, arr. by Theodore Bendix (1902). No. 1052: "The Woodland Inn," Theodore Bendix (1913). No. 1053: "Stolen Moments," Leo Friedmann, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1913). No. 1054: "The Windmill," Nathaniel D. Mann, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1904). No. 1055: "Luzon," Eugene Ellsworth, arr. by Theodore Bendix (1905). No. 1056: "In the Cabbage Patch," Frederic Knight Logan (1903).
Folder 3: No. 1057 Cuban Serenade - No. 1064 Menuet, 1899-1911Add to your cart.
No. 1057: "Cuban Serenade," Charles Puerner (1899). No. 1058: "Lillies," Theodore Bendix, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1905). No. 1059: "The Star of India," John W. Bratton, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1905). No. 1060: "Love's Menu," William H. Tyers (1906). No. 1061: "The Road to Yesterday," Melville Ellis, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1907). No. 1063: "Dream Shadows," Otto Langey (1902). No. 1064: "Menuet," I. J. Paderewski, arr. by S. K. Wright (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 1066 Angels' Serenade - No. 1071 Butterflies and It Is Night, 1910-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1066: "Angels' Serenade," G. Braga, arr. by Alfred Roth (1910). No. 1067: "Fairy Tales," Karl Komzak, arr. by J. Louis von der Mehden Jr. (1910). No. 1068: "To Spring" and "Solvejg's Song from Peer Gynt Suite No. II," Edvard Grieg, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1911). No. 1070: "Persian Dance from the Opera Khovanchtchina," Modest Moussorgsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1071: "Butterflies," Linn Seiler, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924); "It Is Night," Jennie Prince Black, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1072 Souvenir d'Amour - No. 1077 Intermezzo, 1918-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1072: "Souvenir d'Amour," Eugene Conte, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1073: "Appassionato No. 1," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 1074: "Danza d'Amore," Enrique Soro, arr. by Otto Langey (1918). No. 1075: "Interlude from the Opera Alglala," Francesco B. De Leone, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1076: "Czardas," V. Monti, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1077: "Intermezzo Op. 9 No. 3," Richard Strauss, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). Note: No. 1076 is incorrectly listed as No. 195 on the folder.
Folder 3: No. 1078 Andantino - No. 1086 Heavy Villainous and Heavy Agitato, 1922-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1078: "Andantino," Edwin H. Lemare, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1079: "Hurry," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1080: "Dramatic Suspense," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1081: "Agitato," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1082: "Forboding Descriptive," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1083: "Descriptive Agitato," Leo A. Kempinski (1923). No. 1084: "Heavy (Con Moto) Tension," Leo A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1085: "Chant Des Fossoyeurs from the Opera Hamlet," Ambroise Thomas, arr. by Walter G. Hauenschild (1923). No. 1087: "A. Heavy Villainous and B. Dramatic Agitato Con Moto," arr. by Ernst Luz (1922).
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Folder 1: No. 1087 Allegro Molto - No. 1094 Recitativo No. 1, 1921-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1087: "Allegro Molto," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1088: "Furioso No. 1" [For Great Confusion, Riot Scenes, Struggles, etc.], Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1089: "The Pearl of Korea Overture," Lucius Hosmer (1921). No. 1091: "The Afterglow," Charles Huerter, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1924). No. 1092: "The Little Clock on the Mantel," Clarence E. Wheeler (1924). No. 1093: "Swing Along!," Will Marion Cook, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1094: "Recitativo No. 1" [For Pleadings, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation], Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1095 Plaisir d'Amour - No. 1104 Heart's Pleading, 1923-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1095: "Plaisir d'Amour," G. B. Martini, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1097: "Weird Scenes from Nature," Edward Kilenyi (1924). No. 1099: "Misterioso-Burlesque" [For Scenes of Parody, Buffoonery, Mockery, etc.], Domenico Savino (1924). No. 1100: "Agitato A La Valse" [For Meeting of the Conspirators, Impending Danger, Tragic Suspense, etc.], Domenico Savino (1924). No. 1101: "Agitato No. 3" [For Street Brawls, Riots, etc.], Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1102: "Love's Little Hour," Robert Hood Bowers (1923). No. 1103: "Frozen North" [For Vast Spaces, Mountains, Frozen Lakes, Snow and Winter Scenes], Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1104: "Heart's Pleading," Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1105 Indian Orgy - No. 1112 Fire Agitato, 1923-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1105: "Indian Orgy" [For Indian Gatherings, Uprisings, Dances, and Festivals], Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1106: "La Piquante," Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 1108: "La Coquette," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1923). No. 1109: "In a Tea Garden," T. Henry Lodge, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1110: "Moonlight Silhouettes," T. Henry Lodge, arr. by W. C. Polla (1924). No. 1111: "Debutante," Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 1112: "Fire Agitato" [For Fires, Storms, Tornadoes, Earthquakes, etc.], William Axt (1924).
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Folder 1: No. 1113 Allegro Misterioso - No. 1121 Gaiety, 1922-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1113: "Allegro Misterioso" [For Stealthy scenes, mysterious gatherings, etc.], William Axt, arr. by James C. McCabe (1924). No. 1115: "Soaring," Robert Schumann, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1117: "Romanza," Enrique Granados, arr. by Maurice Baron (1924). No. 1118: "Adagio Elegiaque," Henri Wieniawski, arr. by Adolf Schimid (1924). No. 1120: "Zareda," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Ernst Luz (1922). No. 1121: "Gaiety" [Happiness, Cheerful Scenes, Festivals, Gatherings, etc.], Domenico Savino (1924).
Folder 2: No. 1122 A Little Dance - No. 1128 Moto Perpetuo, 1917-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1122: "A Little Dance," Paul Beaumont, arr. by Tom Clark (1925). No. 1123: "La Zamacueca: Souvenir de Valparaiso," Theodore Ritter, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1124: "Hail, America!," George Drumm (1917). No. 1126: "Love Tragedy" [For Pathetic Scene with Tragic ending, etc.], Domenico Savino (1924). No. 1127: "Prelude Dramatique," Bertram Srawley, ed. by Geo. H. Sanders (1924). No. 1128: "Moto Perpetuo," Irving Weiss, arr. by Geo. H. Sanders (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1129 Dramatic Lamento - No. 1136 A Plotting Maestoso, 1891-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1129: "Dramatic Lamento," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1922). No. 1130: "In Love," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Adolf Minot (1918). No. 1131: "Suite of Serenades: No. 1 'Spanish,'" Victor Herbert (1924). No. 1132: "Overture: Sounds from the Sunny South," arr. by Emil Iseman, rev. by Adolphe Dumont (1912). No. 1133: "Musical Scenes from Switzerland," Otto Langey (1891). No. 1134: "Incidental Symphonies: Diabolical Con Moto," Leo. A. Kempinski (1922). No. 1135: "Incidental Symphonies: Forboding Intro and Hurried Suspense," arr. by Roger Casini (1922). No. 1136: "Incidental Symphonies: A Plotting Maestoso," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924).
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Folder 1: No. 1137 Marche Miniature and Spagnuola - No. 1144 Enemies of Women, 1904-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1137: "Marche miniature," Victor Jacobi, arr. by Otto Langey (1916); "Spagnuola," Irenee Berge (1915). No. 1138: "An Argument" [Should be applied to scenes portraying the beginning and development of a dispute or argument between two or more persons, an assembly or a board of directors. It is suitable for both serious and comedy situations], J.C. Breil (1924). No. 1139: "Tragic Scene," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1924). No. 1140: "Romance," A. d'Amrosio, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1143: "Idilio," Th. Lack, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1904); "Under the Leaves," F. Thome, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1904); "Once Upon a Time," G. Mahr, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1904). No. 1144: "Selected Themes from Enemies of Women," William Frederick Peters, arr. by W.C. Polla (1923).
Folder 2: No. 1145 The Hustler - No. 1156 The Approaching Tornado, 1912-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1145: "The Hustler," Bertram Srawley, arr. by Geo. H. Sanders (1924). No. 1146: "Appassionato No. 2" [For Tragic situations, deep emotion, struggles, etc.], William Axt, arr. by James C. McCabe (1924). No. 1147: "IV. Finale from Symphonette," Irenee Berge (1917). No. 1149: "Menuet," L. van Beethoven, arr. by Adolphe Dumont (1912); "Nocturnal Piece," Robert Schumann, arr. by Adolphe Dumont (1912). No. 1151: "Dramatic Adagio," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1925). No. 1152: "After Sundown," Rudolf Friml, arr. by W.E. Loud (1920). No. 1153: "Dance of the Furies from Orpheus," C.W. Von Gluck (1925). No. 1154: "Incidental Symphonies: The Duel and Vendetta," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1155: "Incidental Symphonies: The Massacre," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1156: "Incidental Symphonies: The Approaching Tornado," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1157 Attack-Appeal-Rescue - No. 1166 Songe D'Automne, 1908-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1157: "Incidental Symphonies: Attack, Appeal, Rescue," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1158: "Incidental Symphonies: Volcanic Fury," Victor L. Schertzinger (1924). No. 1159: "The Gypsy's Wooing," George J. Trinkaus (1908). No. 1160: "In Gloomy Forest" [For Sinister- Gruesome - Suspense - Lonely Places, etc.], William Axt (1925). No. 1161: "Whispering Willows," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1915). No. 1164: "Entrance of the Gods from The Rhinegold," Richard Wagner, arr. by Emil Ascher (1913). No. 1165: "Reverie of Love," Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1166: "Songe D'Automne," Archibald Joyce, arr. by Emil Ascher (1909).
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Folder 1: No. 1167 Amourette - No. 1173 Fleeting Shadows, 1909-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1167: "Amourette," Gustav Klemm, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1168: "Consolation (No. 3)," Franz Liszt, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1170: "La Paloma," Yradier, arr. by S. Katz (1909). No. 1171: "Appassionato" [For love scenes], Gaston Borch (1920). No. 1172: "The Mystery of Night," Lucien Denni, poem by Gwynne Denni (1924). No. 1173: "Fleeting Shadows," Irving Weiss, arr. by George H. Sanders (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1174 Playfulness - No. 1179 Rage, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1174: "Playfulness from Op. 2, No. 12," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1175: "Angel's Dream," F. d'Orso, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1176: "A Kiss from You," Don Maffay, arr. by D. Savino (1925). No. 1177: "Mystery - Hurray" [For Pursuit, Chase of lurking foe, Hurrying in the dark, etc.], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1178: "In Despair" [To Express One's Emotion in Despair], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1179: "Rage" [For Fiendish anger, sudden outbursts of madness, etc.], William Axt, arr. by James C. McCabe (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1180 The Plotting Foe - No. 1187 Sinister Misterioso, 1924-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1180: "The Plotting Foe" [For Impending Danger, etc.], Edward Kilenyi (1925). No. 1181: "Vulcano" [For Volcanic eroption, floods, thunder storm and earthquakes], Erno Rappee and William Axt (1924). No. 1182: "Panicy Agitato" [For Brawls, Fights, Struggles, Mob scenes, etc.], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1183: "Gathering of the Braves" [For Indian gatherings, preparation for religious rituals, etc.], William Axt, arr. by Chas. Grant (1924). No. 1185: "Thrills," Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1186: "Two Lyric Pieces: Disillusioned and A Melodious Moment," Bertram Srawley, arr. by Geo. H Sanders (1925). No. 1187: "Sinister Misterioso" [To Suggest Danger in the Dark and Scenes of Sombre Character], Irenee Berge, arr. by James C. McCabe (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1188 In the Clouds - No. 1193 Intermezzo D'Arlequine, 1920-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1188: "In the Clouds" [For Aeroplane themes, ascent and descent flights], Erno Rapee and William Axt (1924). No. 1189: "Sounds from the Cloister" [For Scenes of a religious character], William Axt, arr. by Chas N. Grant (1925). No. 1190: "Screening Preludes No. 2," Erno Rapee and William Axt, arr. by W.c. Polla (1924). No. 1191: "Pollywog's Frolic," Erno rapee and William Axt, arr. by W.C. Polla (1923). No. 1192: "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," R.M. Stults (1920). No. 1193: "Intermezzo D'Arlequine," Carl Bohm, arr. by W.G. Hauenschild (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1194 Four Songs - No. 1203 Jealous Moon, 1898-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1194: "Four Songs," Tito Mattei, arr. by L.P. Laurendeau (1898). No. 1196: "Traumerei," R. Schumann, arr. by Franz Mahl (1909); "Intermezzo Sinfonico from Cavalleria Rusticana," P. Mascagni, arr. by Franz Mahl (1909). No. 1198: "Scherzo from Sonata No.2," C.M. von Weber, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1199: "Song of the Czar from Snegourotchka," N. Rimsky-Korsakow, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925); "The Enchanted Hour," Reynaldo Hahn, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1200: "No. 8: The Wanderer's Return" [For home scenes, sunrise, etc. & sentimental situations], Albert W. Ketelbey (1924). No. 1201: "Dramatic Suspense" [For scenes of suppressed excitement, etc.], Christopher O'Hare (1919). No. 1202: "Simple Aveu," Fr. Thome, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1900); "Aubade," J. Massenet, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1900); "Lullaby," Joh. Brahms, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1900). No. 1203: "Jealous Moon," J.S. Zamecnik (1918).
Folder 3: No. 1204 The Mice and the Trap and Ronde d'Amour - No. 1212 A Cryptic Sea Tale, 1900-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1204: "The Mice and the Trap," O. Kohler, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1900); "Ronde d'Amour," N. van Westerhout, arr. by Theo. Moses-Tobani (1900).No. 1207: "Trees," Oscar Rasbach, arr. by Tom Clark (1925); "Love's Sorrow," Harry Rowe Shelley, arr. by Tom Clark (1925). No. 1208: "Danza Siberiana," G.T. Nicotra, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1209: "Rural Flirts," James C. Bradford, arr. by Morris Aborn (1925). No. 1210: "Grave e Largamente from Pelleas and Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1121: "Melisande from Pelleas and Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1212: "A Cryptic Sea Tale from Pelleas and Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1213 A Scenic Impression - No. 1221 Thelma, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1213: "A Scenic Impression from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1214: "Melody of Destiny from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1215: "Beatitude and Bliss from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1216: "Con Moto Dramatic from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1217: "Ecstatic Allegro from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1218: "Mystic Andante from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1219: "Tragic Andante from Pelleas et Melisande," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Alfred Pagel (1925). No. 1220: "Le Secret," Leonard Gautier, arr. by Alred Roth (undated); "On Guard," P. Dierig, arr. by Margis-Berger (undated). No. 1221: "Thelma," Willy Stahl, arr. by D. Savino (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1222 Appassionato Dramatico - No. 1228 May Days and Grey Days, 1916-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1222: "Appassionato Dramatico" [To depict dramatic fervor and highly strung dramatic scenes], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1223: "Dramatic Scene and Agitato" [To depict entrance of a desperate character leading up to a struggle], William Axt (1925). No. 1224: "Whispering Hope," Alice Hawthorne, transcr. by Chas. Dews, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1225: "Dance of the Amazons," Anatole Liadow, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1226: "Rush Hours," Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1227: "The Show Off," Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1228: "May Days and Grey Days," Percy Elliott, arr. by W. Piercy (1916).
Folder 3: No. 1229 Praire Sketches - No. 1233 Rustic Revels, 1919-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1229: "Praire Sketches," Chas. Wakefield Cadman, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1923). No. 1230: "Horror from Incidental Symphonies," Leo. A. Kempinski (1924). No. 1231: "Greed from Incidental Symphonies," Leo. A. Kempinski (1924). No. 1231: "Weird Night" [For dark scenes at night, mystery, stealth, etc.], William Axt, arr. by Chas. N. Grant (1924). No. 1233: "Rustic Revels," Percy E. Fletcher (1919).
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Folder 1: No. 1234 Situazione Pericolosa - No. 1241 Notte Misteriosa, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1234: "Situazione Pericolosa," G. Becce (1925). No. 1235: "Emotional Conflict," G. Becce (1925). No. 1237: "Tragic Moments," G. Becce (1925). No. 1238: "Agony of the Soul," G. Becce (1925). No. 1239: "Inseguimento e fuga," G. Becce (1925). No. 1240: "Largo tragico from Preludes," Chopin (1925). No. 1241: "Notte misteriosa," G. Becce (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1242 Grave Humor - No. 1248 A Love Sonnet, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1242: "Grave Humor," G. Becce (1925). No. 1243: "Patience Under Pain," G. Becce (1925). No. 1244: "Second Misterioso a la Valse" [To characterize the tense atmosphere of anticipating dangerous situations also for emotional scenes and excited conversations], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1245: "Dilemma" [For scenes of meditating and agitated tension also religious scenes], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1246: "Moon Madness," T. Henry Lodge, arr. by Leo Palminteri (1925). No. 1247: "Scherzando - Hurry" [Can also be used for semi-mysterious situations or suggesting haste, etc.], Hugo Frey (1925). No. 1248: "A Love Sonnet," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1249 Souvenir - No. 1254 Babylon: III Queen of the Night, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1249: "Souvenir," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1925). No. 1250: "The Water Fall," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1925). No. 1251: "Danse Espagnole," M. Moszkowski, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1925). No. 1252: "Odalisks from Babylon," Justin Elie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925). No. 1253: "Bayaderes from Babylon," Justin Elie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925). No. 1254: "Queen of the Night from Babylon," Justin Elie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1255 Babylon: IV Orgy - No. 1260 The Philanderer, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1255: "Orgy from Babylon," Justin Elie, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925). No. 1256: "Andalusia," Arnulfo Miramontes, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1925). No. 1257: "Omens," Walter C. Schad, ed. by Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1258: "Reverie D'amour," Gustave D'Aquin, arr. by Alfred Roth (1925). No. 1259: "Devotion," Herman Hand (1925). No. 1260: "The Philanderer," Bertram Srawley, arr. by Geo. H. Sanders (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1261 Dramatic Agitato No. 1 - No. 1266 Recitative and Aria, 1923-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1261: "Dramatic Agitato No. 1," C. A. Egener (1924). No. 1263: "Mariska," Erno Rapee (1925). No. 1264: "Grande Polka de Concert," Homer Newton Bartlett, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925). No. 1265: "Emotional Agitato" [To accompany escape, flight from danger or rushing to a rescue], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1266: "Recitative and Aria," Leo. A. Kempinski (1923).
Folder 3: No. 1267 The Hurricane - No. 1273 Lyric Agitato, 1924-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1267: "The Hurricane" [Storm music], C. A. Eggner (1924). No. 1268: "Agony from Incidental Symphonies," Leo. A. Kempinski (1925). No. 1269: "A Dungeon Scene from Incidental Symphonies," Wm. Chas. Schoenfeld (1925). No. 1270: "The Villain's Den from Incidental Symphonies," R. T. Damaur (1925). No. 1271: "Furious Enemies from Incidental Symphonies," R. T. Damaur (1925). No. 1272: "Stormy Conflict from Incidental Symphonies," R. T. Damaur (1925). No. 1273: "Lyric Agitato" [For scenes of emotional struggles and of passionate strife], Domenico Savino (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1274 Disaster - No. 1282 In Merry Mood, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1274: "Disaster" [For Flood and Fire Scenes], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1276: "The False Accusation," William Axt (1925). No. 1277: "Agitated Hurry" [For Flights from danger, Hurrying to the Rescue, etc.] Irenee Berge, arr. by Jame C. McCabe (1925). No. 1278: "Oriental Love Dance" [Can be Used Also For Languid Oriental Love Scenes], Irenee Berge (1925). No. 1279: "Recitative and Soliloquy" [To Depict Doubt, Indecision and Perplexing Problems], Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1280: "A Thief in the Night" [For Misterioso], William Axt (1925). No. 1281: "Cynical Scherzando" [Depicting a Scheming Cynical Character], William Axt (1925). No. 1282: "In Merry Mood" [For Light Comedy Situations], William Axt (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1283: At the Fair - No. 1286 Redemption, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1283: "At the Fair," John Powell, arr. by Arolf Schmid (1925). No. 1284: "Accusation" [Dramatic Scene], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1285: "A Mysterious Event" [Foreboding-Eastern Mysticism], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1286: "Redemption" [Powerful climax - great love - religious theme], J.S. Zamecnik (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1287 Premonition - No. 1292 Despised, 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1287: "Premonition" [Tragic development - gruesome story - hallucination - despair], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1288 "Rapture" [Joyful emotion - ecstasy], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1289: "Evil Plotter" [Conspiracy - Impending danger], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1290: "Cup of Bitterness" [Tragic, heavy situation - deep emotion], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1291: "Fury" [Violence - confusion - disaster], J.S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1292: "Despised" [Grief - despair - suffering], J.S. Zamecnik (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1293 Jollity - No. 1299 Franco-American Dance from Peggy from Paris, 1904 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1293: "Jollity" [Cheer - happy mood - festivity], J. S. Zamecnik (1925). No. 1294: "Dread," Leo A. Kempinski (1925). No. 1925: "Rain," Leo A. Kempinski (1925). No. 1926: "The Dawn of Love," Theo. Bendix (1898). No. 1297: "When Love Comes Stealing," Erno Rapee, arr. by W. C. Polla (1923). No. 1298: "Gossip" [Light Agitato], Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1299: "Franco-American Dance from Peggy from Paris," Wm. Loraine, arr. by Hugo Frey (1904).
Folder 2: No. 1300 Pastel - No. 1304 Aubade Mexicaine, 1914 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1300: "Pastel," H. Paradis, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1914). No. 1301: "Desolation," Alexandre T. Gretchaninoff, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1925); "Song of the Brook," Theodore Lack, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1302: "In the Heart of the Redwoods," Frank H. Grey, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925); "Love's Reverie," Alfred Quensel, arr. by Maurice Baron (1925). No. 1303: "Sunset Meditation," Richard Keys Biggs, arr. by Tom Clark (1925). No. 1304: "Aubade Mexicaine," Dent Mowrey, arr, by Maurice Baron (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1305 Thoughts of Yore - No. 1311 Playful Allegro, 1924 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1305: "Thoughts of Yore," Hugo Frey (1925). No. 1306: "Phantoms," Walter C. Schad (1925). No. 1307: "Restless Bows," Bertram Stawley, orch. by Geo. H. Sanders (1925). No. 1308: "Furioso" [For Struggles, Horrors and Wild Scenes], Domenico Savino, orch. by Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1309: "No. 7 Comedy" [For Race and Morot Scenes, Crowds and Lively Situations], Albert W. Ketelbey (1924). No. 1310: "Emotional Andante" [For Scenes Depicting Emotion or Pathos], William Axt (1925). No. 1311: "Playful Allegro" [For Light Scenes of Agitation], Domenico Savino, orch. by Domenico Savino (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1312 Desperation - No. 1319 Vanity, 1911-1925Add to your cart.
No. 1312: "Desperation," Walter C. Schad, ed. by George H. Sanders (1925). No. 1313: "Hedjas: Orientale No. 1," Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1314: "Mysterious Stranger," Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1315: "Hercules" [Rugged, boisterous], Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1316: "Villain" [Sinister atmosphere], Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1317: "By-Gone Days," Jacques Pintel, arr. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 1318: "Heart's Desire," Irene Varley, arr. by Morris Aborn (1922). No. 1319: "Vanity," R.C. Jackson, arr by Otto Langey (1911).
Folder 2: No. 1320 Adieu and Coquetterie - No. 1326 Tense Misterioso, 1916-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1320: "Adieu," G. Karganoff, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1916); "Coquetterie," H. Alexander Mathews, arr. by Otto Langey (1916). No. 1321: "If Love Were All," William Axt, arr. by W.C. Polla (1922). No. 1322: "Whims" [Pleasantry, emotion, humoresque], Domenico Savino (1926), No. 1323: "Minor Agitato" [To depict situations not too serious, excitement or pursuit], Irenee Berge, arr. by James C. McCabe (1925). No. 1324: "The Night Riders" [For horseman riding at night, night attacks, etc.], William Axt (1926). No. 1325: "Agitato No. 4" [For riots, arguments, pursuit, excitement, etc.], William Axt (1925).No. 1326: "Tense Misterioso" [For tense situations of impending danger, etc.], Irenee Berge, arr. by James C. McCabe (1925).
Folder 3: No. 1327 Rhapsody Appassionata - No. 1333 Veil Dance, 1912-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1327: "Rhapsody Appassionata" [For tense situations], Albert W. Ketelbey (1924). No. 1328: "Chant D'Amour," H.C. Frommel, arr. by Morris Aborn (1921). No.1329: "Prelude to Act IV from Herodiade," Jules Massenet, Arr. by Charles J. Roberts (1923); "Romance sans Parole," Daniel van Goens, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913). No. 1330: "Andante Cantabile," Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1923). No. 1332: "Hearts and Flowers," Theodore M. Tobani (1921). No. 1333: "Veil Dance from O Mitake San," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Gustav Hinrichs (1912).
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Folder 1: No. 1337 Evening Song - No. 1345 No. 13 Fate, 1920 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1337: "Evening Song," Gustave Lind, arr. by W. E. Loud (1920). No. 1338: "Deux Petites Danseuses," Leon T. Levy, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1339: "Troika," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Maurice Baron (1926). No. 1340: "Looms of Fate" [This composition is to be applied to characters or situations that suggest the inexorable spinning of fate and hopeless efforts to overcome them. It suggests despair and final submission], C. Saint-Saens (1925). No. 1341: "By the Lake," Arthur Lange, orch. by D, Savino (1926). No. 1342: "Flying Hurry" [for Aeroplane Flights and Rapidly Moving Svenes], Gerard Carbonara (1926). No. 1343: "Appassionato in a Minor" [Passion, Despair, Love], Domenico Savino, orch. by Domenico Savino (1925). No. 1344: "Dramatic Andante No. 2" [For Emotional Struggle and Dispute], William Axt (1926). No. 1345: "No. 13 Fate" [For Tragic, Intense and Heavy Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925).
Folder 2: No. 1346 No. 14 Tempest - No. 1351 Furioso, 1924 - 1925Add to your cart.
No. 1346: "No. 14 Tempest" [For Storms, Hurries and Agitato Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1347: "No. 15 Lament" [For Sad, Solemn and Pathetic Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1348: "No. 16 Danse Diabolique" [For Savage Scenes, and Native War-Dances, Hurries and Tumult and Storms], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1349: "No. 17 Adagio Cantabile" [For Quiet Serious, Reflective Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1350: "No. 18 Bacchanale de Montmartre" [For Cabaret, Orgy, and Riotous Continental Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1925). No. 1351: "Furioso" [Can also be used as an Agitato, when played softly by Strings alone], Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1352 A Joy Ride - No. 1358 Symphonic Color Classics No. 5, 1901 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1352: "A Joy Ride" [Tonal Escapade], Emil Biermann, ed. by Geo. H. Sanders (1926). No. 1353: "Serenade," F. Paolo Tosti, arr. by M. L. Lake (1914); "Calm as the Night," Carl Bohm, arr. by M. L. Lake (1914). No. 1354: "The Enchanted Castle" [Poeme Mysterieuse], P. A. Marquardt, arr. by P. A. Marquardt (1926). No. 1355: "Chanson Russe," Sydney Smith, arr. by L. P. Laurendeau (1901). No. 1356: "The Love Dance," Karl Hoschna, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1910). No. 1357: "Agitato" [Anxious Expectation], Irenee Berge, arr. by Ross Jungnickel (1922). No. 1358: "Symphonic Color Classics No. 5," P. A. Marquardt, arr. by P. A. Marquardt (1925).
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Folder 1: No. 1365 Celebrated Canzonetta - No. 1382 Indian Wail and Meditation, 1918 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1365: "Celebrated Canzonetta," Felix Mendelssohn, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1372: "No. 3 Arabian Nights" [For Oriental Scenes], Albert W. Ketelbey (1924). No. 1376: "The Faun," Minnie T. Wright, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1377: "From Bohemian Woods," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1379: "Indian War Dance," H. Nellstedt Jr. (undated). No. 1381: "From an Indian Pueblo," Wm. Warvelle Nelson (1925). No. 1382: "Indian Wail," Antonin Dvorak, arr. by Otto Langey (1918); "Meditation," Alexandre Glazounow, arr. by Otto Langey (1918).
Folder 2: No. 1389 From the Country-Side Suite - No. 1414 Homeland, 1908 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1389: "From the Country-Side Suite," Eric Coates (1915). No. 1390: "Indian Music" [suitable for Indian Meetings and Love Scenes, etc.], Otto Langey (1918). No. 1391: "King Solomon," Theo. M. Tobani, arr. by M. L. Lake (1924). No. 1400: "Entracte et Danse des Bacchantes from Philemon et Baucis," Charles Gounod, arr. by P. Mondrone (1926). No. 1406: "Laurentian Echoes," L. P. Laurendeau (1908). No. 1414: "Homeland," Charles Huerter, arr. by Maurice Baron (1926)
Folder 3: No. 1415 Moon-Marketing - No. 1425 Valse Romantique, 1899 - 1926Add to your cart.
No. 1415: "Moon-Marketing," Powell Weaver, arr. by Maurie Baron (1926). No. 1416: "A Round of Country Dance Tunes," arr. by Dorothy Berliner, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1926). No. 1417: "Pavane," Maurice Ravel, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926). No. 1418: "German from Foreign Lands," M. Moszkowski, arr. by William F. Kretschmer (1899). No. 1424: "Stray Sunbeams," Charles Huerter, arr. by Maurice Baron (1926). No. 1425: "Valse Romantique," Claude Debussy, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1926)
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Folder 1: No. 1426 Russian from Foreign Lands - No. 1436 Barcarolla, 1899-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1426: "Russian from Foreign Lands," M. Moszkowski, arr. by WIlliam F. Kretschmer (1899). No.1428: "Karma," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1926). No. 1429: "Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso," Camille Saint-Saens, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926). No. 1433: "Incognito," E. Kilenyi (1926). No. 1434: "Devastation," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1925). No. 1435: "Someone to Love," Gus Kahn and Ted Fiorito, arr. by Erdody (1925). No. 1436: "Barcarolla," arr. by Alexander Hyde (1923).
Folder 2: No. 1437 Kitten on the Keys - No. 1445 Haunting Humoreske, 1920-1924Add to your cart.
No. 1437: "Kitten on the Keys," Zez Confrey, arr. by F. Henri Kilckmann (1922). No. 1438: "Greenwich Witch," Zez Confrey, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1922). No. 1440: "Symphobia," Louis Katzman (1920). No. 1441: "A Perfect Kiss," Antoinette St. Ives and Armand Beaucaire (1923). No. 1442: "Queen of the Orient," arr. by Maurice Terr (1922). No. 1443: "You Tell 'Em Ivories," Zez Confrey, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1922). No. 1444: "On the Blue Lagoon," Rudolf Friml (1923). No. 1445: "Haunting Humoreske," arr. by Frank Black (1924).
Folder 3: No. 1446 Dog on the Piano - No. 1454 Santanna, 1923-1926Add to your cart.
No. 1446: "Dog on the Piano," Ted Shapiro, arr. by F. Henri Klickmann (1924). No. 1447: "What'll I Do," Irving Berlin, arr. by Willie Creager (1924). No. 1448: "Driftwood," Gus Kahn and Lew Gold, arr. by Willie Creager (1924). No. 1449: "March of the Siamese," Paul Lincke, arr. by Leon Erdody (1923). No. 1450: "The Accuser," Arthur Kay, arr. by Edmund Roth (1925). No. 1453: "Cat and Mice," H. Leonard, arr. by Victor Herbert (1926). No. 1454: "Santanna," Frederick M. Bryan, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926).
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Folder 1: No. 1455 The Donkey and the Driver - No. 1471 After Twilight, 1921-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1455: "The Donkey and the Driver," H. Leonard, arr. by Victor Herbert (1926). No. 1456: " An Old Love Story," Werner Janssen, arr. by Tom Clark (1926); "All to Myself," John H. Densmore, arr. by Tom Clark (1926). No. 1457: "Affection" [For sentimental or ecstatic scenes; for prayer or religious scenes}, Irenee Berge, arr. by William C. Schoenfeld (1926). No. 1461: "Alice," Walter G. Hauenschild (1921). No. 1464: "Andante Cantabile from String Quartet Op. 11," P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1922). No. 1469: "Forgotten Perfumes," Lucien Denni, lyrics by Gwynne Denni, arr. by C.E. Wheeler (1927). No. 1470: "March of the Giants from In Fairyland," Frederick H. Cowen, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926). No. 1471: "After Twilight," Albin Steindel, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1926).
Folder 2: No. 1472 From the North - No. 1477 Thrilling Moments, 1927Add to your cart.
No. 1472: "From the North," Jean Sibelius, arr. by Harold Bauer, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1473: "Spinning Song," Felix Mendlssohn, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1474: "When Love Calls," Charles Huerter, arr. by Maurice Baron ( 1927). No. 1475: "Minstrel Song from Norroena Suite," Sigurd Frederiksen, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1476: "Beneath the Balcony," Paul Lacombe, arr. by William Strasser (1927). No. 1477: "Thrilling Moments from Incidental Symphonies," Leo A. Kempinski (1927).
Folder 3: No. 1478 Sinister Suspense - No. 1485 Jurame, 1927Add to your cart.
No. 1478: "Sinister Suspense from Incidental Symphonies," Leo A. Kempinski (1927). No. 1479: "Canzone d'Amore," William Lowitz, arr. by William Strasser (1927). No. 1480: " Juba from In the Bottoms," R. Nathaniel Dett, arr. by William Strasser (1927). No. 1484: "Bacchanale from The Echo," Frank Patterson, arr. by Adolf Schmid. No. 1485: "Jurame (Promise, Love)," Maria Grever, orch. by William Strasser (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 1486 Shee and Goat - No. 1504 The Love Theme from Fall of A Nation, 1911 - 1927Add to your cart.
No. 1486: "Sheep and Goat," David W, Guion, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1487: "Fire Dance," Charles Huerter, arr. by Maurice Baron (1927). No. 1491: "Campus Memories," arr. by Julius S. Seredy, Mandolin arr. by L. Tocabon (1918). No. 1496?: "Chanson Joyeuse," H. Ravina, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts, transcribe by Theo. M. Tobani (1911). No. 1500: "Frolics and Fancies," Clifford Adams, arr. by Tom Clark (1923). No. 1501: "Little Flower Garden," Joseph Carl Breil, arr. by Morris Aborn (1923). No. 1504: "The Love Theme from Fall of A Nation," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1917).
Folder 2: No. 1506 Happy Jacqueline - No. 1511 Tragico, con Moto, 1926 -1927Add to your cart.
No. 1506: "Happy Jacqueline," P. Mondrone (1927). No. 1509: "The Tin Soldier," Cesar Cui, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927); "In a Gondola," Nicolas Sokolow, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927); "Islamic Chant," Nicolas Sokolow, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1510: "Introduction and Race," R. Drigo (1926). No. 1511: "Tragico, con Moto," R. Drigo (1926).
Folder 3: No. 1543 Tatar Song and Dance - No. 1553 A Busy Thoroughfare, 1910 - 1927Add to your cart.
No. 1543: "Tatar Song and Dance," Arcady Dubensky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927); "From Old Russian," Arcady Dubensky, arr. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1545: "Sylvia," Oley Speaks, arr. by Otto Langey (1914); "Morning," Oley Speaks, arr. by Otto Langey (1910). No. 1546: "Patrie!" Georges Bizet, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts (1901). No. 1551: "A Critical Moment," G. Becce (1926). No. 1553: "A Busy Thoroughfare," Maurice Baron (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 1562 Fantaisie-Impromptu - No. 1639 La Chasse, 1898-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1562: "Fantaisie-Impromptu," Frederic Chopin, orch. by Adolf Schmid (1927). No. 1568: "Senorita," Rudolf Friml, arr. by S. Jergensen (1924). No. 1618: "Caravan Monotony," Paul Juon, arr. Alfred Pagel (1926). No. 1619: "Carnival Gayety, " Paul Juon, arr. Alfred Pagel (1926). No. 1632: "Sounds from Ireland," William Bendix (1898). No. 1633: "New Palestine," Jascha Gurewich, orch. by George H. Sanders (1926). No. 1639: "La Chasse from The Seasons," P.. Tschaikowsky, trans. by Theodore M. Tobani (1909).
Folder 2: No. 1640: The King's Hussars - No. 1644 Ramona, 1908-1918Add to your cart.
No. 1640: "Konigs-Husaren (The King's Hussars)," Raphael Leonard, arr. by Gaston Borch (1913). No. 1641: "Elsa's Dream from Lohengrin," R. Wagner (1908). No. 1642: "A Love Suite," M.L. Lake (1918). No. 1644: "Ramona," Mabel Wayne, lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert, arr. by Ferde Grofe (1908).
Folder 3: No. 1645 A Shady Tree - No. 1648 That Wonderful Night and You, 1907-1927Add to your cart.
No. 1645 : "A Shady Tree," Walter Donaldson, arr. by Ferde Grofe (1907). No. 1646: "Indian Cradle Song," Mabel Wayne, lyrics by Gus Kahn (1907). No. 1647: "No One," Roy Henderson and Jack Chapman (1927). No. 1648: "That Wonderful Night and You," Fred Rich (1927).
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Folder 1: No. 1651 Song of the Bayou - No. 1655 O Kleftis, 1929Add to your cart.
No. 1651: "Song of the Bayou," Rube Bloom, arr. by Nathaniel Shilkret (1929). No. 1652: "Dance Away the Night," Harlan Thompson and Dave Stamper, arr. by Art MacKay (1929). No. 1653: "Marianne," Roy Turk and Fred E. Ahlert, arr. by Art MacKay (1929). No. 1654: "Fanfare" (undated). No. 1655: "O Kleftis" (undated). Note: the music for No. 1654 and 1655 is handwritten.
Folder 2: No. 1656 O Agon - No. 1687 La Cinquantaine, 1892Add to your cart.
No. 1656: "O Agon" (undated). No. 1657: "Opening to La Reine de Sabo," Charles Gounod (undated). No. 1658: "Opening to Lohengrin," Richard Wagner (undated). No. 1659: "Opening to The Rose of Algeria," Victor Herbert (undated). No. 1660: "Czardas Fanfare," Alexandre Luigini (undated). No. 1687: "La Cinquantaine," Gabirel Marie, arr. by Theodore Moses (1892); "Ballroom Whispers," L. Gregh, arr. by Theodore Moses (1892). Note: the music for No. 1656-1660 is handwritten.
Folder 3: No. 5001 The Kiss Waltz - No. 5004 My Best Girl, 1911-1912Add to your cart.
No. 5001: "The Kiss Waltz Selection," C. M. Ziehrer, arr. by J. Dowewalf Lampe and J. C. McCabe (1911). No. 5002: "Little Miss Fix-It," arr. by Paul Henneberg (1911). No. 5003: "The Red Rose Selection," Robert Hood Bowers, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1911). No. 5004: "My Best Girl," Clifton Crawford and Augustus Barratt, arr. by S. P. Levy (1912).
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Folder 1: No. 5005 The Gingerbread Man - No. 5008 Modest Suzanne, 1905-1915Add to your cart.
No. 5005: "Selection from The Gingerbread Man," A. Baldwin Sloane, arr. by Frank Saddler (1906). No. 5006: "Selection from The Blue Paradise," Edmund Fysler and Sigmund Romberg, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1915). No. 5007: "The Mayor of Tokio," William Frederick Peters, arr. by William C. O'Hare (1905). No. 5008: "Motives from the Operetta Modest Suzanne," Jean Gilbert, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1912).
Folder 2: No. 5009 Miss Dudelsack - No. 5012 The Girl in the Train, 1910-1912Add to your cart.
No. 5009: "Motives from the Operetta Miss Dudelsack," Rudolph Nelson, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1911). No. 5010: "Oh! Oh! Delphine," Ivan Caryll, arr. by Frederick Solomon (1912). No. 5011: "Selection from the Comic Opera Two Little Brides," Gustave Kerker (1912). No. 5012: "The Girl in the Train," Leo Fall, arr. by William C. O'Hare (1910).
Folder 3: No. 5013 Little Box Blue - No. 5016 Balkan Princess, 1910-1911Add to your cart.
No. 5013: "Selection from the Operetta Little Boy Blue," Henri Bereny, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1911). No. 5014: "Alma, Where Do You Live?," Jean Briquet, arr. by Hugo Frey (1910). No. 5015: "Motives from the Operetta The Siren," Leo Fall, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1911). No. 5016: "The Balkan Princess," Paul A. Rubens, arr. by S. Deshon, H. M. Higgs, and Dan Godfrey (1910).
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Folder 1: No. 5017 Chin-Chin - No. 5021 The Girl from Utah, 1911-1915Add to your cart.
No. 5017: "Chin-Chin," Ivan Caryll, arr. by S. Deshon (1914). No. 5018: "Selection from Watch Your Step," Irving Berlin, arr. by William M. Redfield (1915). No. 5019: "Petite Potpourri from the Operette The June Bride," Edmund Eysler, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1912). No. 5020: "Peggy," Leslie Stuart, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1911). No. 5021: "The Girl from Utah," Sidney Jones and Paul A. Rubens, arr. by H. M. Higgs (1913).
Folder 2: No. 5022 The Rose of Panama - No. 5026 Katie Did, 1911-1913Add to your cart.
No. 5022: "Motives from the Operetta The Rose of Panama," Heinrich Berte, arr. by Carl F. Williams (1912). No. 5023: "Selection from the Opera Adele," Jean Briquet, arr. by J. Bodewalt Lampe (1913). No. 5024: "The Heart Breakers," Orlob and Gideon, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1911). No. 5025: "Selection from the Operette The Rose Maid," Bruno Granichstaedten (1912). No. 5026: "Katie-Did," Karl Hoschna, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1911).
Folder 3: No. 5027 Henpeckers - No. 5030 Bright Eyes, 1910-1912Add to your cart.
No. 5027: "Selection from The Henpecks," A. Baldwin Sloane, arr. by Tom Clark (1911). No. 5028: "The Sunshine Girl," Paul A. Rubens, arr. by H. M. Higgs and Dan Godfrey (1912). No. 5029: "The Wall Street Girl," Karl Hoschna and Hapgood Burt, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1912). No. 5030: "Bright Eyes," Karl Hoschna, arr. by W. C. O'Hare (1910).
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Folder 1: No. 5031 A Modern Eve - No. 5035 El Capitan, 1896-1913Add to your cart.
No. 5031: "A Modern Eve," Victor Hollaender, arr. by Otto Frey (1912). No. 5033: "The Red Widow," Charles J. Gilbert (1911). No. 5034: "Sari," Emmerich Kalman, arr. by Otto Langey (1913). No. 5035: "El Capitan Selection," John Philip Sousa (1896).
Folder 2: No. 5036 Florodora - No. 5039 The Quaker Girl, 1896-1911Add to your cart.
No. 5036: "Selection from Florodora," Leslie Stuart, arr. by Otto Langey (1901). No. 5037: "Girofle-Girofla," Charles Lecocq, arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani (1903). No. 5038: "Selection from Comic Opera La Fille de Madame Angot," Charles Lecocq, arr. by Theodore M. Tobani (1896). No. 5039: "The Quaker Girl," Lionel Monckton, arr. by H. M. Higgs (1911).
Folder 3: No. 5040 The Marriage Market - No. 5043 Follies of 1919, 1913-1919Add to your cart.
No. 5040: "The Marriage Market," Victor Jacobi (1913). No. 5041: "Sybil Selection," Victor Jacobi, arr. by Harold Vicars (1916). No. 5042: "Selection from The Passing Show of 1916," Sigmund Romberg and Otto Motzan, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1916). No. 5043: "Follies of 1919 Selection," Gene Buck and Dave Stamper, arr. by Stephen O. Jones (1919).
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Folder 1: No. 5044 The Greenwich Village Follies - No. 5048 See-Saw, 1918-1919Add to your cart.
No. 5044: "Selection from The Greenwich Village Follies," A. Baldwin Sloane, scored by Goerge J. Trinkaus (1919). No. 5046: "The Girl Behind the Gun," Ivan Caryll (1919). No. 5047: "Oh, My Dear!" Louis A. Hirsch (1918). No. 5048: "See-Saw," Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1919).
Folder 2: No. 5049 Happy Days - No. 5052 La La Lucille, 1918-1919Add to your cart.
No. 5049: "Happy Days," Raymond Hubbell (1919). No. 5050: "Monte Cristo Jr.," Sigmund Romberg and Jean Schwartz, arr. by James C. McCabe (1918). No. 5051: "She's a Good Fellow," Jerome Kern, arr. by Hilding Anderson (1919). No. 5052: "La La Lucille," George Gershwin (1919).
Folder 3: No. 5053 Head Over Heels - No. 5056 The Only Girl, 1911-1920Add to your cart.
No. 5053: "Head Over Heels," Jerome Kern (1918). No. 5054: "Selection from My Golden Girl," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1920). No. 5055: "The Enchantress," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1911). No. 5056: "The Only Girl," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1914).
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Folder 1: No. 5059 The Rose of Algeria - No. 5062 The Madcap Duchess, 1908-1915Add to your cart.
No. 5059: "Selection from the Opera The Rose of Algeria," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1908). No. 5060: "Selection from The Princess Pat," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1915). No. 5061: "Selection from the Operetta The Debutante," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1914). No. 5062: "Selection from the Comic Opera The Madcap Duchess," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1913).
Folder 2: No. 5063 Mlle Modiste - No. 5066 The Wizard of the Nile, 1896-1919Add to your cart.
No. 5063: "Selection from the Comic Opera Mlle Modiste," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1906). No. 5064: "The Lady of the Slipper," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1912). No. 5065: "Selection from Angel Face," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1919). No. 5066: "Selection from the Comic Opera The Wizard of the Nile," Victor Herbert, arr. by Herbert L. Clarke (1896).
Folder 3: No. 5067 The Velvet Lady - No. 5072 Gypsy Love, 1907-1919Add to your cart.
No 5067: "Selection from The Velvet Lady," Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1919). No. 5068: "The Tattooed Man," Victor Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey (1907). No. 5069: "Selection from Sweethearts" comic opera by, Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold Sanford (1913). No. 5070: "Selection from the Operetta Eva," Franz Lehar, arr. by G. Gast (1912). No. 5072: "Gypsy Love," Franz Lehar, arr. by S. Deshon (1911).
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Folder 1: No. 5074 June Love - No. 5077 Little Whopper, 1913-1921Add to your cart.
No. 5074: "June Love," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1921). No. 5075: "Four Favorite Airs from the Musical Farce High Jinks," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Otto Langey and Gustav Hinrichs (1913). No. 5076: "Selection from the Musical Romance Sometime," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1918). No. 5077: "Selection from The Little Whopper," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Carl Kiefert (1919).
Folder 2: No. 5078 The Royal Vagabond - No. 5081 The Vagabond King, 1908-1925Add to your cart.
No. 5078: "Selection from The Royal Vagabond," George M. Cohan and Anselm Goetzl, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1919). No. 5079: "Selection from The Voice of McConnell," Chauncey Olcott and George M. Cohan, arr. by George J. Trinkaus (1919). No. 5080: "The Yankee Prince," George M. Cohan (1908). No. 5081: "The Vagabond King," Rudolf Friml, arr. by Joseph Majer (1925).
Folder 3: No. 5082 The Little Millionaire - No. 5084 A Connecticut Yankee, 1909-1927Add to your cart.