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1905-1967 Vintage Sheet Music Collection of (49) With Irving Berlin, Al Jolson and Several Sports-Themed Scores

Lot Number 835

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Heartfelt lyrics and bygone sentiments comprise the fare in this lot of (49) vintage sheet music scores. Spanning 1905 to 1967, the original keepsakes feature title covers, many picturing the composer, with treble and bass clef scores and lyrics on the interior pages. Headlining the group are several sports themed songs and famous artists. While a few have vintage handwritten notations or music store stampings, all present beautifully with unmarked scores ready to facilitate a night at the piano! Includes (in chronological order):

“On a Summer Night” (by Harry Williams and Egbert Vanalstyne) 1905

“Can’t You See I Love You?” (by Seymour Brown, and Nat Ayer) 1908

“Kiss Me My Honey, Kiss Me” (by Irving Berlin and Ted Snyder) 1910

“That Mysterious Rag” (by Berlin and Snyder) 1911

“In My Harem” (by Irving Berlin) 1913

“Snookey Ookums” (by Irving Berlin) 1913

“That Devilish Rag” (by Jean Felt and Frank Stillwell) 1913

“He’s a Devil In His Own Home Town” (by Irving Berlin) 1914

“The Path That Leads You” (by Arthur Bucknam and Jacob Henry Ellis) 1914

“In the City of Broken Hearts” (by Edgar Allen) 1926

“Beautiful Ohio” (by Ballard McDonald and Mary Earl) 1918

“Hello Central, Give Me No Man’s Land” (by Sam Lewis, Joe Young and Jean Schwartz; with All Jolson on cover) 1918

(2) “When You Come Back” (by George M. Cohan) 1918

“Carrie” (by Junie McCree and Albert Von Tilzer) 1919

“Florida Moon” (by Al Jolson and Alex Sullivan) 1920

“Lost” (by Benny Davis and James Hanley) 1923

“What’ll I Do” (by Irving Berlin) 1924

“Song of the Vagabonds” (by Brian Hooker and Rudolph Friml) 1925

“I Wish I Had My Old Gal Back Again” (by Jack Yellen, Milton Ager and Lew Pollack) 1926

“Lonesome and Sorry” (by Benny Davis and Con Conrad) 1926

“Heart Flower” (by Rudolph Valentino and Robert Braine) 1928

“Marie” (by Irving Berlin) 1928

“Woman Disputed” (by Edward Grossman and Ted Ward) 1928

“Little Pal” (by AL Jolson) 1929

“The New Moon” (by Irving Berlin) 1929

“On Top of the World, Alone” (by Leo Robin and Richard Whiting) 1929

“You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me” (by Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and Pierre Norman) 1930

“Cuban Love Song” (by Herbert Stothart, Jimmy HcHugh and Dorothy Fields) 1931

“When It’s Night-time in Nevada” (by Will Dulmage, Richard Pascoe and H. O’Reilly Clint) 1931

“Fit As a Fiddle” (by Arthur Freed, Al Hoffman and Al Goodhart) 1932

“Say It Isn’t So” (by Irving Berlin) 1932

“As Thousands Cheer” (by Irving Berlin) 1933

“Stormy Weather” (by Ted Koehler and Harold Allen; from Duke Ellington’s “Cotton Club Parade”) 1933

“You Gotta Be a Football Hero” (b y Al Sherman, Buddy Fields and Al Lewis) 1933

“I Never Had a Chance” (by Irving Berlin) 1934

“With My Eyes Wide Open I’m Dreaming” (by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel) 1934

“Ridin’ High” (by Cole Porter; from “Red Hot and Blue) 1936

“Where or When” (by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart; with “Words and Music” cast members Perry Como, Judy Garland, Lena Horne, Gene Kelly and Mickey Rooney on cover) 1937

“God Bless America” (by Irving Berlin) 1939

“Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair” (by Stephen Foster; with Dale Evans on cover) 1939

“When I Look at You” (by Walter Jurmann and Paul Francis Webster; with Judy Garland on cover) 1943

“Going My Way” (by Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen; with Bing Crosby on cover) 1944

“It’s the Same Old Dream” (by Sammy Cahn and Julie Styne; with Frank Sinatra and Jimmy Durante on cover) 1947

“Bali Ha’i” (by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein; from “South Pacific”) 1949

“Return to Paradise” (by Ned Washington and Dimitri Tiomkin; with Gary Cooper on cover) 1953

Í Could Have Danced All Night” (by Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner; from “My Fair Lady”) 1956

“On the Street Where You Live” (by Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner; from “My Fair Lady”) 1956

“My Way” (by Paul Anka; with Frank Sinatra on cover) 1967

 
 
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