Hunleth Music Store Sheet Music and Photograph Collection

Overview

Scope and Contents

Biographical Note

Subject Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description

Autographed prints

School Wind Band Music Octavos

Mandolin Sheet Music and Method Books

Banjo Sheet Music and Method Books

Hawaiian and Steel Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books

Guitar Sheet Music and Method Books

Autoharp and Zither Sheet Music and Method Books

Gibson School of Music Records

Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books



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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: 100.0 cubic feet

Arrangement:

Organized in nine 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.

The original order is no longer evident. 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. More info below under Accruals.

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

Accruals: Addition of Series 9: Accordion, Bandonian, and Concertina Sheet Music and Method Books materials added on Dec. 6th, 2018.

Acquisition Source: Purchase of unsold stock upon closure of the J. F. Hunleth Music Store, 415 N. Broadway, St. Louis, Missouri in 1974.


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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],
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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".

Box 30Add to your cart.
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.


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