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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

THIRD SERIES 

TABLE OF ORGANIZATION 



Price p*r 
srmiannud/ 



Part 1 A Books $1. 50 

A Books and selected pamphlets. 

AF Books in foreign languages published abroad. 

AI Books in the English language first published abroad. 

Part IB Pamphlets, Serials and Contributions to Periodicals 1. 50 

A A Pamphlets and serials, also books not included in Part 1A. 
B5 Contributions to periodicals. 

Part 2 Periodicals 1. 00 

B Periodicals. 

Parts 3 & 4 . . . Dramas and Works Prepared For Oral Delivery 1. 00 

C Lectures and other works prepared for oral delivery. 
DP Published dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 
DU Unpublished dramatic and dramatico-musical works. 

Part 5A Published Music 1. 50 

EF Musical compositions published abroad. 

EP Musical compositions published in the United States. 

Part 5B Unpublished Music 1. 50 

EU Unpublished music. 

Part 6 Maps 50 

F Maps. 

Parts 7~11 A. . Works of Art, Reproductions of Works of Art, Scientific and Tech' 
nical Drawings, Photographic Works, Prints and Pictorial 
Illustrations 1. 00 

GP Published works of art and designs for works of art. 

GU Unpublished works of art and designs for works of art. 

H Reproductions of works of art published in the United States. 

HF Reproductions of works of art published abroad. 

IP Published drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical 
character. 

IU Unpublished drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical 
character. 

JP Published photographs. 

JU Unpublished photographs. 

K Prints and pictorial illustrations published in the United States. 

KF Prints and pictorial illustrations published abroad. 

Part 11B Commercial Prints and Labels 1. 00 

KK Commercial prints and labels. 

Parts 12 & 13 . . Motion Pictures 50 

LP Published motion picture photoplays. 

LU Unpublished motion picture photoplays. 

MP Published motion pictures other than photoplays. 

MU Unpublished motion pictures other than photoplays. 

Part 14A Renewal Registrations — Literature, Art, Film . 50 

R Renewal registrations. 

Part 14B Renewal Registrations — Music 1. 00 

R Renewal registrations. 



Note: The symbols listed represent the materials principally contained in each part; for other materials which may be 
included in a particular part and for a more complete statement of contents, the respective prefaces should be consulted. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Third Series 



VOLUME 4, PART 5A, NUMBER 1 



Published Music 



JANUARY-JUNE 

1950 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



REMOVAL OF DEPOSITS FROM 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

NOTICE is given to authors, copyright proprietors and 
other lawful claimants that they may claim and remove 
before January 1, 1951, any article of the following named 
classes of published works deposited for copyright between 
January 1, 1947, and January 1, 1948, not reserved or dis- 
posed of as provided by sections 213 and 214 of Title 17 of 
the United States Code and still remaining in the files of the 
Copyright Office at the time of the request for their removal. 
The classes of published works covered by this notice are: 

Contributions to periodicals. 

Works of art; models or designs for works of art. 

Reproductions of a work of art. 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific 
or technical character. 

Photographs. 

Prints and pictorial illustrations excluding 
prints or labels used for articles of merchandise. 

Other published works and all unpublished works are not 
included in this notice. 

The request for the removal of any copyright deposit 
should be signed by the person entitled thereto or his duly 
authorized agent. Such request should identify the work by 
stating the title, author, copyright proprietor, registration 
number and year of deposit, and should be addressed to the 
Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington 25, D. C. 



L. C. card, 6-35347 



This number identifies the Library of Congress printed 
card for the complete series of the Catalog of Copyright 
Entries. 



For sale by the Register of Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington 25, D. C. Price for this part: 
$1.50 per issue, $3.00 per year. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Published Music (Composer and Author Entries) 1 

Title Index 267 

Classified Index 323 

Claimant Index 375 



PREFACE 



THIS part of the Catalog of Copyright Entries con' 
tains a list of the domestic and foreign published 
music registered in the Copyright Office from 
January 1, 1950, through June 30, 1950. Included 
also are selected works registered as unpublished 
music, and musical materials registered as books, 
pamphlets, dramas and contributions to periodicals. 
Renewal registrations of music made in this period 
are listed in Part 14B. 

Arrangement. — This catalog is arranged in four 
sections. 

The main section is made up of complete entries 
containing essential bibliographic and copyright 
data. These are arranged alphabetically under the 
heading (i. e., the name of the composer, compiler, 
arranger, editor or the title). Included also in this 
section are cross-references from the names of 
authors of words, arrangers, etc. not used in the 
heading. 

The second section is a Title Index, in which each 
registration is listed. The heading under which the 
full entry is given in the main section follows the 
title. 

In the third section, the Classified Index, each 
registration is listed under the medium of perform- 
ance of the work, or, when the music is of a special 
type, under an appropriate subject heading. 

The fourth section is a Claimant Index, in which 
each registration is listed under the name of the 
person or firm named in the application as the copy- 
right claimant. Names of firms and organizations 
are followed by their addresses. 

Bibliographic Data. — The headings by which 
entries are alphabetized are given in the fullest 
known form, with cross-references from pseudo- 



nyms, nicknames and forms contrary to normal 
usage in the particular language. 

MARAIS, JOSEF, pseud. See Pessac, Joseph. 

GRASSI, ANTONIO DE. See De Grassi, Antonio 
Joachim. 
Each complete entry includes, in addition to the 
heading, the following elements whenever they 
apply: 1) title and any descriptive data given on 
the publication; 2) names of all persons associated 
as authors with the work, together with an indica- 
tion of their respective responsibilities; 3) place of 
publication and name of publisher when the pub- 
lisher is not also the claimant (when the publisher 
and claimant are the same, name and address appear 
only in the statement of copyright facts); 4) series 
title; 5) price, given only when it is printed on the 
copy and stated exactly as it stands. Users of the 
catalog should bear in mind the fact that the prices 
as printed on the copies are subject to change with 
the passage of time. 

Filing titles are supplied in order to bring together 
all excerpts from one work, or to file non-distinctive 
titles under the name of the musical form. Filing 
titles are placed in curves in front of the title which 
is given on the work, for example: 

*(Roberta) The touch of your hand, from the musical 
play Roberta. 

* (Concerto, violin, no. 2, A minor) Deuxieme concerto 
pour violin 6? orchestre. 
The asterisk preceding the title indicates that 
Library of Congress printed cards are available. 
Orders for or inquiries regarding these cards should 
be addressed to the Card Division of the Library of 
Congress. 

Copyright Data. — The statement giving the 
facts of copyright registration begins with the 



copyright symbol © and is followed by 1) a brief 
description of the new matter on which copyright 
is claimed when such a statement is made in the 
copyright application; 2) the name of the copyright 
claimant, and, for claimants other than individuals, 
the place of publication (unless a place has previously 
been named); 3) the date of publication as given in 
the application; and 4) the registration number. 
For those works which are additional volumes or 
parts in a set, the volume, part or other number is 
given before the date of publication. Any informa- 
tion contained in the copyright application which 
relates to the registration of an earlier version of the 
work is transcribed, as given in the application, 
after the clause: "Appl. states prev. reg." 

The Cc 'alog of Copyright Entries records the 
claimant in whose name a work is originally regis 
tered, and contains no record of subsequent changes 
of ownership. For information relating to transfer 
of rights, search in the assignment records of the 
Copyright Office will be undertaken upon request 
to the Register of Copyrights and upon payment of 
the statutory search fee. 

Deposit of Copies. — In the case of every 
copyright entry listed in this part of the Catalog, the 
deposit of copies (or copy) as required by sections 12, 
13, or 215 of Title 17 of the United States Code has 
been made. 

Authority. — The Catalog of Copyright Entries 
is published by authority of sections 210 and 211 of 
Title 17, of the United States Code. Section 210 
provides that the Catalog "shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated 
therein as regards any copyright registration." 

Organization of the Catalog. — This issue of 
the Catalog is part of Volume 4 of the Third Series. 
The parts are numbered according to the alpha- 
betical sequence of classes as listed in section 5 of 
Title 17 of the United States Code. Letters are 
added to the part numbers to indicate subdivisions. 

The classes of material principally contained in 
each part are listed, together with their respective 
symbols, under the title of the part in the Table of 



Organization which faces the title-page in this 
issue. In each case, the first letter of the symbol is 
that of the class under which registration is made; 
the second, if any, is a designation added by the 
Copyright Office for purposes of statistical analysis 
ot registrations. Foreign works for which two 
copies have been deposited, under Section 215 of 
Title 17 of the United States Code, are distinguished 
by a zero immediately following the class symbol. 
The symbol R does not represent a class designated 
by the Copyright Act, but has been adopted by the 
Copyright Office to distinguish renewal copyright 
registrations. Some parts also contain registrations 
made under other symbols if the subject matter or 
type of material of these registrations is similar to 
that generally included in the part. 

Orders. — The Office calls attention to the fact 
that orders for all parts of the Catalog should be 
sent directly to the Register of Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington 25, D. C. Orders may be 
placed as follows: (1) as a subscription for a single 
year or to continue until further notice, or (2) as an 
order for individual issues. All orders should state 
clearly the title of the Catalog part and the inclusive 
dates of the issues wanted. For the convenience of 
subscribers, payment may be made either with the 
order or upon receipt of an invoice from the Copy- 
right Office. Checks or money orders should be made 
payable to the Register of Copyrights. 

The price of each individual number of the Catalog 
is given in the Table of Organization. The annual 
subscription rate for each part is twice the price of a 
single number, since all parts are issued semi- 
annually. The complete Catalog of Copyright £?i- 
tries may be secured on a subscription basis for $20 
a year. 

Inquiries. — The Copyright Office welcomes 
inquiries, suggestions, and comments on the content 
and organization of the Catalog. Please address 
communications of this nature to the Chief of the 
Cataloging Division, Copyright Office, Library of 
Congress, Washington 25, D. C. 



VI 



ABBREVIATIONS 

The following list includes abbreviations used in this catalog with specific copyright or bibliographic 
meanings. Definitions are not given for abbreviations in common use. 



♦ 


-asterisk indicates that 


Library 


of 


ed. 


edition, editor, edited 




Congress printed cards are avail- 


op. 


opus. 




able and may be ordered from the 


pseud. 


pseudonym 




Card Division 






P- 


page, pages 


a.k.a. 


- also known as 






pt. 


-part 


ace. 


- accompaniment 






pub. 


- publisher, published, publishing 


arr. 


- arranger, arranged 






rev. 


revised 


(C; 


— copyright claimed by 






t.a. 


trading as 


ca. 


— circa 






tr. 


— translated 


comp. 


- -compiler, compiled 






v., vol. 


volume, volumes 


d.b.a. 


- doing business as 











COPYRIGHT REGISTRATIONS OF PUBLISHED MUSIC 

January- June 1950 

Musical compositions published in the United States 4, 477 

Musical compositions published abroad 3, 652 

Total 8. 129 

The above figures show the registrations for published music for January-June 1950, but do not necessarily 
represent the exact number of entries in this issue of the Catalog. 



vn 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



An alphabetical list under composers, authors of words, editors, com- 
pilers, arrangers, etc. , of all domestic and foreign published music 
registered during the period covered by this issue. The full description 
of each work is contained in the main entry, which appears under the 
name of the person chiefly responsible for the work, usually the composer. 



AGREN, SIGURD. 

Bambi-bombi. SEE Arnesson, Tryggve. 

Bland tallar jag trallar. SEE 
Frykman, Erik. 

Hftlsingeblod. SEE Molin, Einar. 

Klarinettpolka; [by] Sigurd Agren. 
(Edition Westling, 301) [For piano, with 
chord symbols) Kr. 1.50 © R. Westlings 
MusikfBrlag, Stockholm; 15Dec42; 
EF15201. 

Lite hit, lite dit. SEE Kraft, Alvar. 
Den glade skraddaren. 

Majflickan Gunnel. SEE Aslund, 
Verner. 

Si kftr som en flicka kan bli; vals, musik 
och arr. : Sigurd Agren. [Text: Erik 
Boman] I Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] Kr.2.25 
© on arrangement; Edition Sylvain, ab, 
Stockholm; Uan47; EF15660. 

Akerhielm, HELGE. 
Ett strftngaspel. SEE Liedbergius, 

Camilla. 
I sommardagarnas rikedom. SEE 

Liedbergius, Camilla. 

AAKJAER, JEPPE, 1866-1930. 
Stille, hjerte, sol gaar ned. SEE Bjerre, 
Jens. 

AARON, JOE ELIHUE. 
My initials on her heart; words and music 
by Joe E. Aaron. © Joe E. Aaron, 
Kilgore, Tex. ; 27Apr50; EP46015. 

AARON. MICHAEL. 
Prairie rider; piano composition with 

words, by Michael Aaron. 30£ © Mills 

Music, inc., New York; 20Mar50; 

EP45163. 
Woodland cascade; piano solo by Michael 

Aaron. 400 © Mills Music, inc., New 

York; 20Mar50; EP45155. 

AARON, PEARL BENBOW, 1890- 
Our heart's garden; by Pearl Benbow 
Aaron. [For voice and piano] © Pearl 
Benbow Aaron; 19Apr50; EP45937. 
Appl. states pre v. reg. 10Jan49, 153069. 

[AARON, YVONNE] 1897- 

L'horloge de mon enfance; poesie de Andre 
Joubert, musique de Yve Nohar [pseud. ] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 28Dec49; 
EFO-1711. 

Lettre de I 'absent; poesie de Andre 
joubert, musique de Yve Nohar [pseud. ] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 28Dec49; 
EFO-1712. 

XSLUND, VERNER, 1903- 
Gondolifirens sang. SEE Fellborn, Lars. 

Majflickan Gunnel; hambo, av Verner 
Aslund, i B-arr. av Sigurd Agren. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] Kr. 2:50 © on ar- 
rangement; Skandlnaviska Odeon ab, 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF15261. 



Majflickan Gunnel; hambo, kompositOr 
och textfOrfattare: Verner Aslund. 
(With his Man ska bar a vara optimist) 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
Kr. 2. 50 © Skandinavlska Odeon ab, 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF 15244. 

Man ska bara vara optimist; foxtrot, 
kompositOr och textfOrfattare: Verner 
Aslund. [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] Kr. 2.50 ©Skandlna- 
viska Odeon ab, Stockholm; Uan45; 
EF15244. 

AASTRUP, PER HOLMBERG- SEE 
Holmberg-Aastrup, Per. 

ABADIE, MARCEL D'. SEE 
Dabadie, Marcel, 1913- 

ABBOTT, LYMAN C. 
You've told everyone but me. SEE 
Wilbur, Gene. 

ABEL, ALAN. 
524 Main Street; by Alan Abel. [For 
drum] 50<! © Ludwig Music Pub. Co.. 
Cleveland; 29Mar50; EP45319. 

2040's sortie; by Alan Abel. [For drum] 
50? © Ludwig Music Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
39Mar50; EP45320. 

ABEL, PAUL, 1901- 

Buonasera, signora luna; serenata beguine. 
[By] P. Abel, testo di L. L. Martelli. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni musical! 
dott. Gallazzi, Milano; HOct49; 
EFO-1064. 

Dev'essere bello; moderato swing, parole 
di L. L. Martelli, musica di P. Abel. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Suvini- 
Zerboni, Milano; 14Dec49 (in notice: 
1950); EFO-3118. 

Sulla tua bocca; canzone tango. [By] P. 
Abel, testo di U. Bertini. [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] © Edizioni music all dott. Gal- 
lazzi, Milano; HOct49; EF0-1063. 

ABELSON, ROBERT P. 
Stranger in town. SEE Leffler, Jonny. 

ABEND. JOSEPH, 1921- 
Fate. SEE Schreibman, Alexander. 

ABRAHAM, P 
When Manuel shakes his maracas; lyrics 
[by] M. Leeds [pseud, and] F. Wise, 
music [by] P. Abraham. © on added 
lyrics; Colonial Music Pub. Co. , inc. , 
New York; 27Jan50; EP47523. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Manana, 28Aug41, 
268246. 

ABRAHAMS, DORIS CAROLINE, 1901- 
Goodly things. SEE Morrison, M. M. 

ABT. FRANZ. 
Not a sparrow falleth; [by] Franz Abt, 
arr. by A. Louis Scar molin. 
[Words by W. S. Passmore] (Pro Art 
choral, no. 1211) [Score: SATB and piano] 
16C © on arrangement; Pro Art Pub- 
lications. New York; 27Jan50; EP44044. 



ABUSSI, MARIO. 
SEE Piedigrotta ["Sirio"] 

ACAMPORA, F. 
Piedigrotta Gesa. SEE Piedigrotta Gesa. 

ACCETTA, ROCCO A 1920- 

The answer she is yes, no? Words and 
music by Roc co Accetta. © Lombardo 
Music, inc.. New York; HApr50; 
EP45615. Appl. states prev. reg. as I 
think the answer she is yes, no?, 21Sep49, 
EU179387. 

ACHARD, PAUL, 1887- 
Ce soir, mon amour. SEE Scotto, 

Vincent. Violettes imperiales. 
Qui veut mon bouquet de violettes? 

SEE Scotto, Vincent. Violettes 

imperiales. 

Si tu voyais. SEE Scotto, Vincent. 

Violettes imperiales. 
Violette. SEE Scotto. Vincent. 

Violettes imperiales. 

ACKERMANS, H 1886- 

Adieu; melodie pour trompette solo et 
piano, par H. Acker mans. [Score and 
part] ©A. Cranz, d. b. a. Editions A. 
Cranz, Bruxelles; 15Dec49; EFO-1214. 

ACKERMANS, HENRI. 1886- 
Marche des poilus; [byj H. Acker mans, 
arr. J. B. Faulx. [Piano -conductor 
score: band] 6fr. © Editions musicales 
Brogneaux, Brussels; 15Dec49; EF0-1176. 

ACKLEY. ALFRED HENRY, 1887- 
BeUs above the lillies; [by] A. H. Ackley, 
[words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In 
Ackley, B. D. Christ is risen, p. 13) 
[Hymn, with music] © The Rodeheaver 
Co. , Winona Lake. Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46377. 

Christ is risen! [By] A. H. Ackley. 
[words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In 
Ackley, B. D. Christ is risen! pTB) 
[Hymn, with music] © The Rodeheaver 
Co., Winona Lake, Ind.; 3Apr50- 
EP46368. 

Collection of Rodeheaver copyrights, 
series no. 49. SEE Rodeheaver. 
H. A. 

Each day that I live. SEE Ackley, 
B. D. 

He is the God I love. SEE Ackley. 
B. D. J 

Let the children come; primary, [by] 

A. H. Ackley, [words by] Elsie Duncan 
Yale. (In Ackley, B. D. , comp. 
Children^ Day praises, p. 5) © The 
Rodeheaver Co. , Winona Lake, Ind • 
3Apr50; EP46357. 

The Magdalene; [by] A. H. Ackley, [words 
by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In Ackley, 

B. D. Christ is risen. pTl2) [Hymn, 
with music] © The Rodeheaver Co. , 
Winona Lake, Ind.; 3Apr50; EP46375. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ACKLEY, ALFRED HENRY, 1887- Cont'd. 

Message of a morn divine; (byj A. H. 
Ackley, [words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. 
(In Ackley. B. D. Christ is risen. 
pT7) [Close score: SATB] © The Rode- 
heaver Co. , Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46370. 

Sing ye of a Saviour; [by] A. H. Ackley, 
[words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. ( In 
Ackley, B. D. Christ is risen, p. 11) 
[Close score: SATBJ © The Rodeheaver 
Co. , Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46374. 

Thank God for Jesus. SEE Ackley, 
B. D. 

•Tis Eastertide; [by] A. H. Ackley, 
[words by) Elsie Duncan Yale. (In_ 
Ackley, B. D. Christ is risen, p. 9) 
[Hymn, with music] © The Rodeheaver 
Co. , Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46372. 

Wayside flowers; [by] A. H. Ackley, 
[words by) Elsie Duncan Yale. (jn_ 
Ackley, B. D. , comp. Children^ Day 
praises, p. 7) © The Rodeheaver Co. , 
Winona Lake. Ind. ; 3Apr50; EP46358. 

Why come ye? [By) A. H. Ackley, 
[words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In_ 
Ackley, B. D. Christ is risen, p. 12-13) 
[Hymn, with music] © The Rodeheaver 
Co. , Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46376. 

When I remember. SEE Ackley, 
B. D. 

ACKLEY, BENTLEY DeFORREST, 1872- 
Answered prayer; [by] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] Oswald J. Smith. (In Rode- 
heaver, H. A. Collection of Rodeheaver 
copyrights, ser. 49, no. 1) © The Rode- 
heaver Co.; 28Dec49; EP43187. 
Begin each day with Jesus; [by) B. D. 
Ackley, [words by] Ina Duley Ogden. 
(In Rodeheaver, H. A. Collection of 
Rodeheaver copyrights, ser. 49, no. 2) 
© The Rodeheaver Co. ; 28Dec49; 
EP43188. 
The bitter and the sweet; [by] B. D. 
Ackley, [words by] Oswald J. Smith. 
(In Rodeheaver, H. A. Collection of 
Rodeheaver copyrights, ser. 49, no. 14) 
© The Rodeheaver Co. ; 28Dec49; 
EP43198. 
Childrens' Day helper; compiled by B. 
D. Ackley. Winona Lake, Ind. , 
Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. © The 
Rodeheaver Co. ; no. 50, 3Jan50; 
AA139156. 
Children's Day praises; a service for 
Children's Day, compiled by B. D. 
Ackley. Winona Lake, Ind. , Rodeheaver 
Hall-Mack. 12? © The Rodeheaver Co. ; 
3Apr50; AA150112. 
Christ is risen; an Easter service, 
compiled by B. D. Ackley. Winona Lake, 
Ind. , Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. 
[Principally hymns, with music] 12£ 
© The Rodeheaver Co. ; 3Apr50; 
AA150111. 
Cleanse me. SEE Scott. Clement. 
Collection of Rodeheaver copyrights, 
series no. 49. SEE Rodeheaver, 
H. A. 
Each day that I live; [by] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] A. H. Ackley. (In Rode- 
heaver, H. A. Collection oTTlodeheaver 
copyrights, ser. 49, no. 7) © The Rode- 
heaver Co. ; 28Dec49; EP43193. 
Easter helper; compiled by B. D. Ackley. 
Winona Lake, Ind. , Rodeheaver Hall- 
Mack Co. © The Rodeheaver Co. ; no. 
50, 3Jan50; AA139154. 
Faith of mothers; [by] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In bis 
A tribute to Mother, p. 6-7) © The Rode- 
heaver Co. , Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46361. 
For Mother; (by) B. D. Ackley, [words by) 
Elsie Duncan Yale. (In his A tribute to 
Mother, p. 8-9) © The^Rodeheaver Co. , 
Winona Lake. Ind. ; 3Apr50; EP46364. 



He is the God I love; (by) B D Ackley, 
[words by] A. H. Ackley (In_ Rodeheaver, 
H. A. Collection of Rodeheaver copy- 
rights, ser. 49, no. 8) © The Rodeheaver 
Co.; 28Dec49; EP43194. 

Marching at the Lord's command, [by] 
B. D. Ackley. [words by] Oswald J. 
Smith. (In Rodeheaver, H. A. Collec- 
tion of RoTeheaver copyrights, ser. 49, 
no. 10) © The Rodeheaver Co. ; 28Dec49; 
EP43195. 

Mother hearts; [by] B. D. Ackley, [words 
by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In his A tribute 
to Mother, p. 8) © The RoHeHeaver Co. , 
Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; EP46383. 

Mother's Day helper; including 25 special 
selections for Father's Dav, compiled 
by B. D. Ackley. Winona Lake, Ind., 
Rodeheaver Hall-Mack Co. © The 
Rodeheaver Co. ; no. 50, 3Jan50; 
AA139155 

Mother's Day is here; [by) B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In his 
A tribute to Mother, p. 7) © The~R~o"o f e- 
heaver Co. , Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46362. 

My heart's desire; words by Oswald J. 
Smith, music by B. D. Ackley. Winona 
Lake, Ind.. Rodeheaver, Hall-Mack Co. 
40? © The Rodeheaver Co.; 21Dec49; 
EP43202. 

Thank God for Jesus; [by] B. D Ackley, 
[words by] A. H. Ackley. (In_ Rodeheaver, 
H. A. Collection of Rodeheaver copy- 
rights, ser. 49, no. 13) © The Rodeheaver 
Co.; 28Dec49; EP43197. 

Thanking God for you; [by] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In his 
A tribute to Mother, p. 6) © The~R~o"de- 
heaver Co., Winona Lake, Ind.; 3Apr50; 
EP46360. 
A tribute to Mother; a Mother's Day 
service, [composed and) compiled by 
B. D. Ackley. Winona Lake, Ind. , 
Rodeheaver Hall-Mack. 12? © The Rode- 
heaver Co. ; 3Apr50; AA150110. 
We love you. Mother! [By] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by] Elsie Duncan Yale. (In bis 
A tribute to Mother, p. 9) © The~R~o"de- 
heaver Co. , Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46365. 
Welcome, Easter! [By] B. D. Ackley, 
[words by) Wm. C. Poole. (In^his 
Christ is risen, p. 2) [Hymn, with music] 
© The Rodeheaver Co. , Winona Lake, 
Ind. ; 3Apr50; EP46366. 
When I remember; [by] B. D. Ackley, 
[words] by A. H. Ackley. (In Rode- 
heaver, H. A. Collection of"Rodeheaver 
copyrights, ser. 49, no. 15) © The Rode- 
heaver Co. ; 28Dec49; EP43199. 
When mothers pray, the Lord is near; 
[by] B. D. Ackley, [words by] Elsie 
Duncan Yale. (In his A tribute to 
Mother, p. 3) (yThTTlodeheaver Co. , 
Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; EP46359. 
The world's Redeemer King; [by] B. D. 
Ackley, [words by] Lizzie De Armond. 
(In_his Christ is risen, p. 6) [Close 
score: SATB] © The Rodeheaver Co. , 
Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; EP46369. 

ACQUAVIVA, NICK. 
Fifi; [or] Bring her out again; by Ted 
Varnick, Eddie Lisbona [and] Nick 
Acquaviva. [For voice and piano, with 
ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Leeds Music Corp. , New York; 
27Feb50; EP44763. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 21Dec49, EU188670. 
Tippy canoodle canoe. SEE Lisbona, E. M. 

ADAM, ADOLPHE CHARLES, 1803-1856. 

Cantique de Noel. Christmas song; [by] 
Adolphe Adam, arr. by Eric Steiner. 
[For piano] 35£ © on simplified arrange- 
ment; G, Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
3May50; EP46947. 

O holy night; A. Adam, arr. by Frederic 
Fay Swift. (Belwin octavo, no. 1058) 
[Score: SSA and piano] 15C © on arrange- 
ment; Belwin, inc.. New York; 9Feb50; 
EP44300. 



O holy night; A. Adam. arr. by Frederic 
Fay Swift. (Belwin octavo, no. 1059) 
[Score: chorus (SAB) and piano] 15£ 
© on arrangement; Belwin. inc. , New 
York; 9Feb50; EP44299. 

ADAMS. CHARLES, 1892- 
Don't throw away your broken 
dreams. SEE Tintle. J. G. 

ADAMS. CHARLES F 
The finger wave artist; by Charles F. 
Adams. [For voice and piano] © Charles 
F. Adams, Jackson. Mich.; 23Jan50; 
(in notice: 1949); EP44057. 

ADAMS. CLIFF. 
Montezuma. SEE Stenfalt, Norman. 

ADAMS, ED. 
Melodies. SEE Wallace, M. O. 

ADAMS. JOSEPH E 1908- 

Don't worry what happens to me; words 
and music by Frederick Roy & Joseph 
E. Adams. [Melody and chord symbols, 
with words] © Jos. E. Adams Publi- 
cations, Elmhurst, III. ; 13May50; 
EP47147. 

ADAMS, STANLEY. 
Shoo! the little fly away. SEE Steiner. 
Herb. 

[ADAMS, STEPHEN] 
(The Holy City) Israeli; [based on The 
Holy City by Stephen Adams, words) 
by Samuel S. Himmell. © on words; 
Samuel S. Himmell; 18Jan50 (in notice: 
1949); EP43933. Appl. states prev. reg. 
5Jan50. EU190162. 

ADAMSON. HAROLD, 1906- 
Good morning, morning glory. 

SEE McHugh, J. F. 
A woman likes to be told. SEE 
Carmichael, Hoagy. 

ADDINSELL, RICHARD, 1904- 

(Ring round the moon) Invitation waltz, 
by Richard Addinsell, from Ring round 
the moon. Piano solo. 2/- © Chappell 
&Co., ltd., London; HFeb50; EFO-1847. 

(Warsaw concerto, piano) Theme from the 
Warsaw concerto; easy-to-play ed. , for 
piano, by Richard Addinsell, [arr. by 
William Stickles] New York, Chappell. 
60£ © on simplified edition; Keith. 
Prowse & Co., ltd. ; 17Apr50; EP45674. 

(Warsaw concerto, piano) Theme from the 
Warsaw concerto; by Richard Addinsell, 
[arr. ] for Hammond organ [by William 
Stickles) New York. Chappell. 75C 
© on arrangement; Keith, Prowse & Co. , 
ltd. ; 14Apr50; EP45557. 

(Warsaw concerto, piano) Theme from the 
Warsaw concerto, for 1 piano, four 
hands, by Richard Addinsell. [Arr. by 
William Stickles] New York, Chappell $1 
© on arrangement; Keith, Prowse & Co. , 
ltd. ; 17Apr50; EP45675. 

ADDISON, JAMES. 
The Lord my pasture shall prepare. 
SEE Blake, George. 

ADDISON, JOHN, 1920- 
Rhapsody. SEE Jacob, G. P. S. 
Rhapsody, English horn & strings. 

ADLER, RICHARD. 

Teasin'. SEE Springer, Philip. 

ADORNIER, PIERRE, pseud . SEE 
Job, Luclen. 1885- 



ADRIAN, JACK, pseud . 
Greenberg, Adrian Ge 



SEE 
eorge. 



ADRIAN. WALTER. 1877- 
Lovely flower, so gentle. SEE 
Handel, G. F. Berenice. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



ADRIUS, ADRIEN. 
Usted; paroles de Geo Koger [pseud. ], 
musique de Adrien Adrius et Daniel 
White. © Societe d'editions musicales 
internationales, Paris; 15Mar50; 
EFO-2908. 



AGATE. EDWARD. 
Principles of orchestration. 
Rimskif-Korsakov, N. A. 



SEE 



AGAVI, L 
Pigini, Pasquale? 



SEE 



AGAY. DENES. 
Santa's on the way! S. S. A. , words by 
Florence Tarr, music by Denes Agay. 
(Bourne series of choral music, 128) 
[With piano ace. ] 20£ © Bourne, inc. , 
New York; 140ct49; EP43660. 

Ten easy pieces. SEE Bart6k, Bela. 

AGEE, BARBARA LEE, 1932- 
Ascent; for the left hand only, [by] 
Barbara Lee Agee. [For piano) 
© Barbara Lee Agee; 20Feb50; EP44773. 
Shattered pose; [by] Barbara Lee Agee. 
[For piano] © Barbara Lee Agee; 
20Feb50; EP44772. 

AGER. MILTON, 1893- 
Louisville Lou; fox trot, words by Jack 
Yellen, arr. by Jerry Sears, music by 
Milton Ager. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] $ 1 
© on arrangement; Advanced Music 
Corp., New York; 4Apr50; EP45357. 

AGERON, MARCEL EUGENE, 1906- 
A coeur joie. SEE Frigere, Guy. 

Au revoir. SEE Stein, S. A. 

Chagrin de mon coeur. SEE 
Hendrik, John. 

Ecoutez la samba. SEE Marcuse, 

Albrecht. 
II petille.' SEE Montagne, Leon. 
Malika. SEE Melone, M. H. 

Mimosa. SEE Castelain, Maurice. 

Monseigneur. 
Quand on flane dans Paris. SEE 

Sauvage, Camille. Troisieme 

cheminee a droite. 
Seul sur la route. SEE Martins. 

Herivelto. 

Traicionera. SEE Curiel, Gonzalo. 
Un p'tit peu de ton amour. SEE 

Gutierrez, Julio. Un poquito de tu 

amor. 

AGNE, VINCENT RAYMOND, 1912- 
I knew it was you all the time; words by 
George Weiss, music by Victor Agne. 
© Wise Music Publications, New York; 
13Apr50; EP45501. 

AGUERO, ALCIBIADES. 
Mam bo para ti; bolero-mambo, letra y 
musica de Alcibiades Aguero, arr. del 
autor. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words] $0. 50 
©PeeryCia., s.l., Habana; HMay50; 
EFO-3304. 

AGUILAR. JUAN ADAME, 1883- 
Mohave moods; a suite on the Mohave des- 
ert, words by James O. Tow, music by 
Juan A. Aguilar. [for] medium voice. 
© James O. Tow, Los Angeles; 18Feb50; 
EP45259. 

AHBEZ. EDEN. 
End of desire; [by] Eden (Nature Boy) 
Ahbez. [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © Goldenheart Press, 
Hollywood. Calif.; 26May50; EP47181. 

AHDE, SVERKER, 1902- 
Ska 1 man lnte va' gla'; vals, text o. musik: 
Sverker Ahde, arr. : GOsta Haag. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts) Kr2:25 © on arrangement; 
Edition Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan46; 
EF15302. 



AHEARN, ELLA MASON, 1900- 
Let's write and play. SEE Burrows, 
R. M. 

AHERN, LUCIA VIRGINIA NANFITO. 
The Easter bunny song; words and music 
by Lucia Nanfitd Ahem. © Lucia Nanfit6 
Ahem, Shubert, Neb. ; 13 Mar 50; 
EP45130. 

AHLBERG, HARRY. 
Doughnut polka. SEE Martin, Steve. 



AHLBERG, MARTA. 
En bukett schlager. 
buketten. 



SEE Schlager- 



AHLBERG. VERNER. 
Bliv kvar hos mig; [by] Verner Ahlberg, 
[words by O. MannstrOm, from] Sv. ps. 
447:1.2.7. Vid jordfastning. [Close 
score: chorus (SAB)] © A. b. Nordiska 
musikfOrlaget, Stockholm; 18Feb50; 
EFO-3242. 

AHLE. JOHANN GEORG. 
Brunstiges Verlangen. Ardent longing; 
sacred aria, [by] Johann Georg Ahle, 
edited by Franz Rupp, English version by 
John P. Morgan. (In Rupp, Franz, ed. 
Marian Anderson alFum of songs and 
spirituals, p. 5-7) © on editing; G. 
Schirmer, inc.. New York; HJun48; 
EP44228. 

AHLERT, FRED E 1892- 

I'm gonna sit right down and write myself 
a letter; lyric by Joe Young, music by 
Fred E. Ahlert, arr. by Lou Singer. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] 60£ © on arrangement; 
Crawford Music Corp. , New York; 
3Feb50; EP44266. 



Walkin' my baby back home. 
Richman, Harry. 



SEE 



AHLIN. ^ERNFRID. 
Dftr blaklinten blommar; text: Karl Ewert 

[pseud. ], musik: Ernfrid Ahlin. 

© Southern Music a.b. . Stockholm; 

15Mar50; EFO-2604. 
Nu blommar de 1 sa' Karlsson; musik: 

Ernfrid Ahlin, text: Bengt Sigurd [pseud. ] 

Kr.2.25 © Ahlins musikfOrlag, a.b., 

Stockholm; lApr50; EFO-3266. 

SEE ALSO BOrje & C:o, pseud . 

AHLQVIST^SANDY. 
A-hej-a-ha; gammal vals, musik: S. 
Ahlqvist, text: K. E. Bergqvlst, arr. : 
O. Gordon. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] Kr.2:50 
© Sydsvenska musik & textfOrlaget, 
MalmO, Sweden; 20Dec49; EF0-3593. 

Du ftr den enda; stilla vals, musik: S. 
Ahlqvist, text: K. E. Bergqvlst. arr. : 
O. Gordon. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Sydsvenska musik & textfOrlaget, 
Malmo, Sweden; 20Dec49; EF0-3597. 

En enda fraga; tango, musik: S. Ahlqvist, 
text: K. E. Bergqvlst, arr. : O. Gordon. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Sydsvenska musik 
& textfOrlaget, MalmO, Sweden; 20Dec49; 
EF0-3596. 



Kyss mig godnatt; slow -fox, musik: S. 
Ahlqvist, text: K. E. Bergqvlst, arr.: 
O. Gordon. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Sydsvenska musik & textfOrlaget, 
MalmO; Sweden; 20Dec49; EFO-3598. 

Skymningskvail; tango, musik: Sandy 
Ahlqvist, text: K. E. Bergqvlst, 
arrangemang fOr restaurangorkester: 
Fritjof Eberson. [Parts: string orches- 
tra] Kr. 3. © Sydsvenska musik & text- 
fOrlaget, MalmO, Sweden; 15Mar50; 
EF0-3595. 



Tre sma heta ord; stilla vals, musik: 
S. Ahlqvist, text: K. E. Bergqvist, 
arr.: A. F. Holmberg. [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words] Kr. 2:50 © Sydsvenska musik fc 
textfOrlaget, MarolO, Sweden; 15Mar50; 
EFO-3594. 

AHNFELDT, BENGT. 
Hem till kalian; [by] Bengt Ahnfeldt. 
[Words by Helmer GrundstrOm] [For 
voice and piano or harmonium] Kr. 2. - 
© Abr. Lundquist, musik-fOrlag, Stock- 
holm; 30Nov49; EFO-2612. 

AHRENHAGEN. ARNE. 
En gammal speleman; musik och text: 
Arne Ahrenhagen. (Vara visor, 4) Kr 2:- 
© Elkan 4 Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, 
Stockholm; 1 Jan46; EF14958. 

AHRENS, CORA BELLE, 1891- 
Ear training; by Cora B. Ahrens. 90? 
© Boosey & Hawkes (Canada) ltd. . 
Toronto; grades 5 & 6, 28Dec49; 
EFO-1020. 
Ear training; by Cora B. Ahrens. 90(? 
© Boosey & Hawkes (Canada) ltd. , 
Toronto; grades 7 & 8, 19May50; 
EF0-3163. 

AHRENS, JOSEPH, 1904- 

Lobe den Herren; Choralpartita f&r Orgel, 
[by] Joseph Ahrens. [Mainz, B. Schott's 
SOhne; New York, Associated Music Pub- 
lishers) (Edition Schott, 3813) © Schott 
fc Co. , ltd. ; 12Dec49; EF0-1492. 

Missa chora lis; dreistimmig fur Sopran, 
Alt und Mannerstimme, [by] Joseph 
Ahrens, [unacc. ] © Schott & Co. , ltd. , 
Mainz. ; 27Mar50; EFO-3218. 
♦Orgelmesse; [by] Joseph Ahrens. Mainz, 
B. Schott's SOhne. (Edition Schott. 
3841) [For organ] © Schott & Co., ltd : 
12Dec49; EFO-1493. 

Veni. Creator, Spiritus; Hymnus fur 
Orgel, [by] Joseph Ahrens. [Mainz, B 
Schott's SOhne; New York, Associated 
Music Publishers] (Edition Schott, 3815) 
© Schott & Co., ltd. ; 12Dec49; EFO-1491. 

Verleih uns Frieden gnadiglich; Choral- 
partita fur Orgel, [by] Joseph Ahrens. 
[Mainz, B. Schott's SOhne; New York, 
Associated Music Publishers) (Edition 
Schott, 3814) © Schott & Co. , ltd. • 
12Dec49; EFO-1490. 

AINAMO, E. 
Luli, luli, vackra drOmmar. SEE 
Elokas, Ossi. 

AKERS, MURIEL EVA. 1905- 
Beneath the blue of heaven; words and 
music by Muriel E. Akers, [arrange- 
ment] by R. J. Iden. ( With her O, 
Prince of Peace, we come) [Close score: 
SATB] 350 © Muriel Eva Akers, 
Caledonia, Mo.; 7Apr50; EP45875. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as The touch of 
God. 23Sep48. EU144342. 
O, Prince of Peace, we come; words and 
music by Muriel E. Akers, [arrange- 
ment] by R. J. Iden. [Close score: 
SATB] 35? © Muriel Eva Akers. 
Caledonia, Mo. ; 7Apr50; EP45875. 

AKISTER. PETER. 
Take your partners. SEE Ancliffe. C. W. 

AKST, HARRY. 
No sad songs for me. SEE Jolson, Al. 

There's a little white house; Where the 
red, red roses grow, by Billy Rose 
[and] Harry Akst, [arr. by Staff of 
Pickwick Music Corp. ) [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] © on ar- 
rangement; Pickwick Music Corp. , New 
York; 7Feb50; EP44222. 

ALAIN, YVON, pseud . SEE 
Vineis, Yvon Francois, 1918- 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ALANDER, LILY ARLINE VIOLA. 
My song is gone; words and music by 
Lylee Alander. © Ncrdyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif. ; 260ct49; EP46530. 

ALARC^N LEAL, EDUARDO. 
Vengan copas; corrido, letra y musica de 
Eduardo Aiarcdn Leal. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s. a. , 
Mexico; 23Jun49; EF15236. 

ALBENIZ, ISAAC MANUEL FRANCISCO. 
1860-1909. 

♦Tango; [byj I. Albeniz, neuausg. von 
Wilheim Lutz. [Op. 165, no. 2J 
(Domesticum, no. 147) [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © on ar- 
rangement; Schott & Co. , ltd. , Mainz; 
23Dec49; EFO-3183. 

ALBERT, HENRY D», pseud . SEE 
Leeuwen, Henry d 1 Albert van, 1894- 

ALBERT, SHIRLEY. 
Flattery and flowers; words and music 
by Sammy Gallop and Shirley Albert. 
© Bregman, Vocco & Conn, inc. , New 
York; 10Mar50; EP44849. 

ALBERTA SUM. SEE 
Edwards, Eric Charles, 1916- 

ALBERTO, HANS, HftflUd. SEE 

Tartarin, Albert. 1911- 

ALBERTSON, EDWARD. 
Le^s go out to the movies; words and 
music by Edward Albertson. © Sher- 
wood Music Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
UMay50; EP46648. 

ALBICASTRO, HENRICUS. 
(Trio-sonatas, violins & contlnuo, op. 1) 
ZwOlf Sonate a tre; [by] H. Alblcastero 
del Biswang, in Partitur gesetzt und 
realisiert, mit Phrasierungs-, Dynamik- 
bezelchnungen und Kadenzen versehen 
von Silvia Kind. Bogenstrichbezeich- 
nungen von Robert Reitz. Partitur. 
Erstdruck. Score. (Continuo, Sammlung 
alter Spielmusik) © on notation, arrangement, 
foreword editing & realization; Universal- 
Edition, Wien; no. 10-12, 31Dec49; AFO-3191 , 

ALBINONI. TOMASO, 1671-1750. 
Ruscelletto limpidetto; [by] Tomasso 
Albinoni, edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2. 
p. 78-81) [For voice and piano] © on 
harmonization; Wilheim Hansen, musik- 
forlag. Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2112. 

ALBRITTON. SHERODD RAY, 1923- 
(Sonata, trumpet k piano) Sonata; [by] 
Sherodd R. Albritton. [Score and part] 
© Sherodd Ray Albritton; 7Mar50; 
EU196192. 

ALBUERNE. PEDRO, Jr. 
Mi pesadilla; bolero, letra y musica de 
Pedro Albuerne, Jr.. arr. de S. Ramos. 
[Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] 35ctvs. © Peer y 
Companla. s. 1. . Habana; 30Dec49; 
EFO-1284 

ALBUM WESO^YCH TAlfc6w POLSK3CH; 
na orkiestre. [Podgorski's Polish dance 
album; for orchestra, piano accordion 
and piano solo with words] [Part: piano] 
$1.25 © Ignacy Podgorski, Philadelphia; 
no. 21, 3Jan50; EP43377. 

ALCALA, ANTONIA. 
Tapame, tapame. SEE Tollgren. 
Torvald. 

ALDERFER, H WALTON. 

Great camp meet in'; chorus for mixed 
voices with soprano or tenor solo, a 
cappella. [By] H. Walton Alderfer, 
traditional [words] (Part songs, no. 
312-40046) 16£ © Theodore Presser Co., 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 10May50; EP46285. 



ALESSANDRO, RAFFAELE D', 1911- 

* (Concerto grosso, op. 57) Concerto grosso 

fur Streichorchester; [by] Raffaele 

d'Alessandro. Op. 57. [Miniature score] 

© Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin; 28Apr50; 

EFO-3669. 
(Fantasia, piano, op. 59) Fantaisie; 

pour piano, [by] Raffaele d'Alessandro. 

op. 59. © Ed. Bote & G. Bock, Berlin; 

28Apr50; EFO-3670. 

ALEXANDER. MRS . C. F. 
There is a green hill far away. SEE 
Gounod, C. F. 

ALEXANDER, MAURICE, 1902- 
Chanson du coucou; [de] Alexander. [For 
voice and piano] © Editions Paul 
Beuacher, Paris; 310ct38; EF15171. 
Polka des skieurs; [by] Alexander. [For 
accordion] © Editions Paul Beuscher, 
Paris; 30Jul39; EF15176. 

ALEXANDER, NICK. 
This is forever; by Nick Alexander. 
[Melody and chord symbols, with words] 
© Wemar Music Corp. , New York; 
19Jan50; EP43731. 

ALEXANDER, RALPH HOWARD. 
The Portsmouth road. SEE Mayerl, 
Billy. 

ALEXANDER, VAN, 1915- 
Let's go to church next Sunday morning. 

Allen, Steve. 
Save a little sunbeam for a rainy, 
rainy day. SEE Gordon, Irving. 

ALFIERI, AMLETO. 
II valzer delle slrene; valzer, [by] Alfieri, 
[words by] Morini. Roma, Canzoni 
moderne. (Serie valzer, no. 012) 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edward Rossi; 
9Mar50; EFO-3699. 

Quanno er sole de Roma, lascla li sette 
colli; fox moderato, [by] Alfieri, 
[words by] Ma-mo-sta, arr. di T. Fusco. 
Roma, Canzoni moderne. (Serie canzoni 
jazz, no. 019) ( With Largo, R. del. 
Finestrella sulla valle) [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edward Rossi; 9Mar50; EF0-3700. 

Senza 'e te; canzone napoletana, [by] 
Alfieri, [words by] Gramazio. Roma, 
Canzoni moderne. (Serie varleta, 
no. 016) [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Edward 
Rossi; 9Mar50; EFO-3701. 

Senza 'e te; di Alfieri, [words by] Gramazio. 
Roma, Canzoni Moderne. [Melody, with 
words] © Edward Rossi; 9Mar50; 
EFO-3026. 

Uocchie nire; canzone napoletana, [by] 
Alfieri, [words by] Gramazio. Roma, 
Canzoni moderne. (Serie varieta, 
no. 017) ( With his Senza >e te) [Piano- 
conductor score~[orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Edward Rossi; 9Mar50; 
EFO-3701. 

ALFONS, SVEN. 
Jag skall halla mig i min hand. SEE 
Soderlundh, B. A. 

ALFONSO, DON, pseud . SEE 
Infurna, Don Alfonso. 

ALFONSO. LOUIS, 1905- 
Fleur des Antilles; rumba, paroles de 
Framique [pseud. ], musique de Alfonso 
k Jean Daco [pseud. ] © Editions 
Salabert, Paris; 5May50; EFO-3815. 
Loin de mon pays; rumba, paroles de 
Framique [pseud. ], musique de Alfonso 
& Jean Daco [pseud. ] © editions Sala- 
bert, Paris; 5May50; EF0-3816. 

ALFVEN, HUGO. 1872- 
Dawn rapture; the music by Hugo Alfven. 
[English words by Richard D. Row] 500 
© on English words; R. D. Row Music 
Co., Boston; lFeb50; EP44305. 



Sju dikter; av Ernest Thlel, tonsatta 
av Hugo Alfven. Op. 28. [For voice and 
piano] Kr. 3, 50 © Abr. Lundquist musik- 
forlag, Stockholm; lMar24; EF15678. 
♦(Symphony, no. 4, op. 33) Vierte 

Symphonic; fur grosses Orchester, von 
Hugo Alfven. Op. 39. (Universal- 
Edition, no. 7154) [Score] © Universal - 
Edition, Wien; 23Aug22; EF15147. 

ALGARRA. MIGUEL RODRIGUEZ. SEE 
Rodriguez Algarra, Miguel, 1914- 

AUPERTI, G. 
SEE Piedigrotta [Mario] 



Broek, Paula van 



pseud , 
n de, 



1918- 



ALIX, RENE, 1907- 

♦(Quartet, strings, op. 13) Quatuor; pour 
2 violons, alto et violoncelle. [By] 
Rene Alix. [Parts] © Editions Choudens, 
Paris; 20Dec49; EF0-1588. 

ALKIRE. ELBERN H 1907- 

Alkire £harp system; a complete technic 
and chord method: Advanced solos, 
[Sweet & Low, Loch Lomond, and Bach 
theme arr. ] by Eddie Alkire. Easton, 
Pa., Alkire Publications. © on arrange- 
ments & playing instructions; Elbern H. 
"Eddie" Alkire; 1st set. 30Dec49; 
EP46110. 

Alkire electronic steel method; first six 
strings, Alkire tuning, a modern 
preparatory method leading to technical 
velocity and four-part harmony playing 
in professional style, by Eddie Alkire. 
Easton, Pa., Alkire Publications. 
© Elbern H. "Eddie" Alkire; pts. 1-3, 
15Sep49, 170ct49, 23Dec49; EP43224- 
43226. 

ALLAN. ELIZABETH AKERS. 
Rock me to sleep. Mother. SEE 
Cretsinger, Almyr. 

ALLAN, LEWIS. 
My native land. SEE Kleinsinger, 
George. 



ALLCOTT. JOHN V 
The pianist's problems. 
W. S. 



SEE Newman, 



ALLEN. ADALIA ELIZABETH. 1907- 
I've been once around the moon with you; 
words & music by J. Jewel Allen and 
Adalia Allen. © Joyce Jewel Allen & 
Adalia Elizabeth Allen; 20Mar50; 
EP45772. 

ALLEN, BARCLAY. 
Timbales. SEE Hillman, Roc. 

ALLEN. DAVID L. 
Pretty words. SEE Reid, David. 

ALLEN, HARRY. 
Hush-a-bye lullaby. SEE Krips, Henry. 

ALLEN. HENRY W. , 1889- 
When the evening shadows gather. 
SEE Matheny, Merlin. 

ALLEN, JOHN SCOTT. SEE 
Scott -Allen, John, 1902- 

ALLEN, JOYCE JEWEL, 1929- 
I've been once around the moon with 
you. SEE Allen. A. E. 

ALLEN, JULES VERNE. 

•Cowboy lore; illustrated by Ralph J. 
Pereida. [7th lucky horseshoe ed. ] 
164 p. © on revisions; The Naylor Co. 
San Antonio; 10Feb50; A41770. 

ALLEN, SAM. 
Pretty please, love me; words & music 
by Glenn Spencer [and] Sam Allen. 
© Peer International Corp. , New York; 
18May50; EP47446. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



ALLEN. STEVE. 1921- 
Cotton candy and a toy balloon; words 
and music by By Dunham and Steve 
Allen. © Hill *; Range Songs, inc. . 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 7Jun50; EP47208. 

Let's go to church next Sunday morning; 
arr. by Van Alexander, words and music 
by Steve Allen. New York. Capitol Songs. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] 75? © on arrangement; Beech- 
wood Music Corp. , 3May50; EP46090. 

Let's go to church next Sunday morning; 
words and music by Steve Allen 
© Beechwood Music Corp. , New York; 
28Mar50; EP45214. 

ALLISON, H C 

There's a roundup on the river range to- 
night; words and music by Leo Lee 
Balcom and H. C. Allison, [arr. by 
Ralph Yaw] © Leo Lee Balcom & H. C. 
Allison, d. b. a. ABC Music Pub. Co. , 
Bakersfieid. Calif.; 15Feb50; EP44381. 

ALMA. MARIA. 
Noche de Navidad; cancidn -blues, letra y 
musics de Mar fa Alma, orquestacion de 
Fernando Z. Maldonado. [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words] © Promotora Hispano Americana 
de Musics, s.a., Mexico; 23Jan50; 
EFO-1470. 

ALMAGOR. GIDEON. 
Affection; [by] G. Almagor, [revised by 
I. Vince-Kraus] [For piano] © Israel 
Music Edition. Tel -Aviv, Israel; 
13Dec49; EF15567. 

A tale; [by] G. Almagor, [revised by I. 
Vince-Kraus] ( With his Affection) 
[For piano] © IsraefMusic Edition, 
Tel-Aviv, Israel; l3Dec49; EF15567. 

ALMEIDA, LAURINDO. 
Fascination. Fascinacflo. Samba, English 
lyrics by Carol Scott, music & Portuguese 
lyrics by Laurindo Almeida. © Antobal 
Music Co.. New York; 15Mar50; 
EP46662. 

ALPHENAAR, GERARD, ed. and comp . 
Chapel voluntaries: EasfeT~muslc; tor 
organ, harmonium or piano, with Ham- 
mond organ registration, arr. and 
compiled by Gerard Alphenaar. 75? 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp. , New 
York;bk. 7, 23Feb50; EP44488. 

Chapel voluntaries: Lenten music; for 
organ, harmonium or piano, with Ham- 
mond organ registration, arr. and 
compiled by Gerard Alphenaar. 750 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp. ; New 
York; bk. 8, 23Feb50; EP44489. 

Four preludes and fugues. SEE 
Reger, Max. Preludes & fugues, 
organ, op. 85. 

Meditation. SEE Massenet, J E. F 
Thais. 

Three organ pieces. SEE Reger, Max. 
Orgelstucke, op. 7. 

ALPH^RAKY, ACHILLES, 1846- 
Etude in five-beat measure; [by] A. 
Alpheraky, [text matter including 
glossary, also fingering and phrasing of 
music by Lillie- Mayes Dodd] (Art 
Publication Society. [Progressive series 
of piano lessons] Progressive series 
studies, catalog no. 725) © on fingering, 
phrasing & text; Art Publication Society, 
St. Louis; HApr50; EP47323 

ALPHONSO. pseud . SEE 
Louis, Jean-Alphonse, 1905- 

ALPIAN, D', pseud . SEE 
Gaito, Carlo Francesco, 1900- 



ALPIN, V. J. 
Beg me to love you. SEE Tombs, Jack. 



ALSTONE, Qflfiiid. SEE 
Stein. Siegfried Alex. 1903- 

ALTERMAN, NATHAN. 
Ani Mitsfat. SEE Wilensky, Moshe. 

Shir eres. SEE Wilensky, Moshe. 

ALTMAN, ARTHUR, 1910- 

American Beauty Rose; words and music 
by Hal David, Redd Evans and Arthur 
Alt man. © Jefferson Music Co. , inc. , 
New York; 7Apr50; EP45072. 

I'd like to wrap you up and put you in my 
pocket; lyrics by Hal David, music by 
Arthur Alt man. © Al Galileo Music Co. , 
inc.. New York; 21Mar50; EP45233. 

If you can't get a drum with a boom -boom - 
boom, get a tuba with an oom -pah-pah; 
words and music by Hal David and Arthur 
Altman. © Jefferson Music Co. , inc. , 
New York; 22Mar50; EP45079. 

It's just like I told you. SEE Manning, 
Dick. 

ALTMAN, LUDWIG. 

Organ fantasy on the hymn -tune Bene- 
diction; (O gentle Presence) by Ludwig 
Altman. [Based on the hymn-tune] by 
Edward J. Hopkins. 600 © on arrange- 
ment; R. D. Row Music Co. , Boston; 
1 Mar 50; EP44605. 

Organ fantasy on the hymn-tune Guidance; 
(Shepherd, show me how to go) by Ludwig 
Altman. [Based on the hymn-tune] by 
Lyman Brackett. 60£ © on arrangement; 
R. D. Row Music Co. , Boston; lMar50; 
EP44606. 

ALU', pseud . SEE 
Gelsomini, Golon, 1902- 

ALVAREZ, MARIO. 

Nada como a mar; bolero, letra y musics 
de Mario Alvarez. © Editorial Mexican* 
de Musics Internacional, s. a. . Mexico; 
22Dec48; EF14922. 

Para que* sufrir; bolero, letra y musica de 
Mario Alvarez. © Editorial Mexicans de 
Musica Internacional, s.a., Mexico; 
30Dec49; EFO-3292. 

Temor sublime; bolero, letra y musica de 
Mario Alvarez. © Editorial Mexicana 
de Musica Internacional, s.a., Mexico; 
12Apr50; EF0-3299. 

ALVAREZ MACISTE. MANUEL. 
El malagueflo; huapango, letra de: Angel 
Rabanal. musica de: Manuel A. Maciste. 
© Editorial Mexicana de Musica Interna- 
cional. s.a.. Mexico; 12Apr50; 
EF0-3313. 

ALVARO. ROMERO. 1909- 

Otto volante, uh-uh-uh; medium swing 
[by] R. Alvaro, parole di De Santis [and] 
Alvaro. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Redi, 
edizioni musical!, Milano; 10May50; 
EFO-3509. 

Vecchlo treno; canzone slow, di R. 
Alvaro. [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Redi, 
edizioni musicali, Milano; 10May50; 
EF0-3510. 

ALWYN, WILLIAM. 
The cure for love; waltz, [from the film] 
The cure for love, by William Alwyn. 
[For piano] 2/- © Chappell & Co., ltd., 
London; 31Jan50; EFO-1780. 

AMADE. LOUIS. 1915- 
Chanson de Camargue. SEE Romans, 

Alain. 
J'aurais bien pu. SEE Romans, Alain. 

Jean le plcheur. SEE Romans, 

Alain. 

AMADORI, LUIS c£SAR, 1902- 
Yo tambien softe. SEE Canaro, Rafael. 



AMAR IL CARO BENE; anbnimo, edited by 
Knud Jeppesen. (In_Jeppesen, Knud, ed. 
La flora, v. 2, p. 46-56) [For voice and 
piano] © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2105. 

AMATEAU, RONNIE. 
I must have done something wonderful. 
SEE Carpenter, Imogen. 

♦THE AMATEUR ORGANIST; a collection of 
organ voluntaries for church use, [com- 
piled by Ellen Jane Lorenz] $1.75 
© Lorenz Pub. Co. , Dayton, Ohio; v. 10, 
2Dec49; EP44747. 

AMENGUAL, RENE, 1911- 
( Sonatina, piano) Sonatina; piano [by] 
Rene Amengual. Montevideo, Editorial 
Cooperativa Interamericana de Compos - 
i tores. (Publicaci6n no. 35) © Instituto 
Inter americano de Musicologfa; 
20Dec45; EF15060. 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MUSICOLOGY, 
Rome . SEE 
Rome. American Institute of Musicology. 

AMES. RICHARD McCURDY. 
Ten arias. SEE Bach, J. S. 



AMINTA, pseud , 
Rastelli. Nino. 



SEE 



AMOR, JOSfe, 1918- 
Audacia; tango de Jose" Amor et Lou Rostol 
[pseud. ] [Parts: orchestra] © Editions 
F. Grare, Paris; 31May50; EPO-3776. 

Nonadas. SEE Feldman, Emile. 

AMSTELL, BILLY, 1911- 
Take ten; by Billy Amstell. [ Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts 1 
2/6 © Bosworth & Co. , ltd. , London; 
27Apr49; EF15335. 

[AMULF, JEANNE] 1903- 
La samba voyez-vous; samba change 

ftaroles et musique de Arlette Marinella 
pseud. ] [Parts: orchestra; with words] 
© Arlette Marinella, Paris; 20Mar50; 
EFO-2829. 

La voyant danser la rumba; rumba chanted, 
paroles et musique de Arlette Marinella 
[pseud. ] [Parts: orchestra; with words] 
© Arlette Marinella, Paris; 20Mar50; 
EFO-2828. 

ANAGNOS, ALEXANDER. 
An onion and you; by Alexander Anagnos. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Mellin Music, inc. , New York; 
30Mar50 (in notice: 1947); EP45194. 

ANASTASIA, Slfler. SEE 
Ramsey, K. G., 1891- 

ANCLIFFE, CHARLES WILLIAM, 1880- 
Take your partners; Boston two step. 
[By] Charles Ancliffe. orch. by Peter 
Akister. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words)] © Reg Casson Publi- 
cations, ltd., London; 12Jul49; EFO-1028 



ANDERSEN, C WESLEY, 1907- 

Donkey riding; S. A. T. B. a cappella, 
Canadian sea song arr. by C. Wesley 
Andersen. 18? © Paul A. Schmitt Music 
Co., Minneapolis; 25May50; EP46865. 

ANDERSEN, KAI NORMANN, 1900- 
(Dagmar-revyen 1949) Bim-bam-antabus; 
vals [from] Dagmar-revyen 1949, muslk: 
Kai Normann Andersen, tekst: Epe 
[pseud. ] & Poeten [pseud. ], arr. : Peter 
Deutsch. (Piccolo supplement, 300) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] Kr. 4, 00 © Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, K^benhavn; 
30May49; EF15546. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ANDERSEN, KAI NOR MANN, 1900- Cont'd. 

(Dagmar revyn 1949) Dagmar revyen 49; 
[by] Kai Norminn Andersen, [words by J 
Poeten [pseud, and] Epe [pseud. ] 
K^benhavn, Hansen [1949] Contents 
separately registered: EF15541-15543. 
(Dagmar revyen 1949) En lilie forfulgt 
uskyldighed; tekst: Epe [pseud. ] og 
Poeten [pseud. ], musik: Kai Normann 
Andersen. (In his Dagmar revyen 49. 
p. 6-7) © WiIEeTm" Hansen, musik-forlag, 
K^benhavn; 15May49; EF15543. 
(Dagmar revyen 1949) Johanne Mar'; 
tekst: Poeten [pseud. ] og Epe [pseud. ], 
musik: Kai Normann Andersen. (In his 
Dagmar revyen 49. p. 4-5) © Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, K^benhavn; 
15May49; EF15542. 
(Dagmar revyen 1949) Kom hjem til mig 
i aften; tekst: Poeten [pseud. ] og Epe 
[pseud. ], musik: Kai Normann Andersen. 
(In his Dagmar revyen 49. p. 2-3) 
©Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
K^benhavn; 15May49; EF15541. 
Herlig een sommernat; musik: Kai Normann 
Andersen, tekst: Epe [pseud. ] fc Poeten 
[pseud. ] © Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forlag, K/Jbenhavn; 20Nov49; EFO-2424. 
Jeg har forelsket mig. SEE HIS 
Lejlighed til leje. 

Johanne Mari'. SEE HIS 
Dagmar revyen 1949. 

Kom hjem til mig i aften. SEE HIS 
Dagmar revyen 1949. 

(Lejlighed til leje) Jeg har forelsket mig; 
[from Lejlighed til leje], tekst: B^rge 
Mflller, musik: Kai Normann Andersen. 
© Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
K^benhavn; 13Dec49; EFO-2416. 

(Lejlighed til leje) Naar de lune piger 
kommer listende; [from Lejlighed til 
leje], tekst: B^rge Mfiller, musik: Kai 
Normann Andersen. (With his (Lejlighed 
til leje) Jeg har forelsket mig) © Wil- 
helm Hansen, musik-forlag, K^benhavn; 
13Dec49; EFO-2418. 

(Lejlighed til leje) Stemningsmelodien; 
[from Lejlighed til leje], tekst: B^rge 
Muller, musik: Kai Normann Andersen. 
( With his (Lejlighed til leje) Jeg har 
forelsket mig) © Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forlag, K^benhavn; 13Dec49; EFO-2417. 
En lilie forfulgt uskyldighed. SEE 
HIS 
Dagmar revyen 1949. 

Naar de lune piger kommer listende. 
SEE HIS 
Lejlighed til leje. 

Pige traed varsomt; [by] Kai Normann 
Andersen; tekst: Ludvig Brandstrup 
og Mogens Dam; arr. : Walther Schroder. 
(Special -hefter, nr. 130) [Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words] © Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
K^benhavn; 7Feb50, EFO-3010. 



Stemningsmelodien. 
Lejlighed til leje. 



SEE HIS 



ANDERSON. ALLIE, 1897- 
Prince Charles of Edinburgh. 
Robertson, John. 



SEE 



ANDERSON, ANDY. 
I'll never cease to love you; words and 
music by Andy Anderson. © Peer Inter- 
national Corp., New York; 6Dec49; 
EP43854. 

It's no use to pretend; words and music 
by Andy Anderson. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 6Dec49; EP43853. 

ANDERSON, CARL EDWARD, 1889- 
Song of Chicago; Song of home, words and 
melody by Carl Edward Anderson, [arr. 
by W. G. ] Chicago, Echoes. © Carl 
Edward Anderson; 23Jun50; EP47470. 



ANDERSON, DEACON. 
Rag mop; fox trot, words and music by 
Johnnie Lee Wills and Deacon Anderson, 
arr. by Sy Oliver. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 
75? © Hill & Range Songs, inc., Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 2Feb50; EP44963. 
Rag mop; words and music by Johnnie Lee 
Wills and Deacon Anderson, arr. for 
electric and steel guitar (note and diagram) 
[by the Oahu staff] (Oahu Publishing Co. , 
no. 27) © on arrangement; Hill & Range 
Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
3Feb50; EP44960. 

Rag mop; words and music by Johnnie Lee 
Wills and Deacon Anderson. © Bob Wills 
Music, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
13Jan50; EP43950. 

ANDERSON, DON R. 
No more will I roam. SEE Buck, 
Ronald. 

ANDERSON, FRANK. Jr. 
Baby, what are you gonna do? Words' and 
music by Frank Anderson, Jr. © Mills 
Music, inc.. New York; 23Jan50; 
EP44129. 

ANDERSON, GIL, 1919- 
My sweetest moments. SEE 
Cerruti, Louis. 

ANDERSON. JOHN MURRAY. 1886- 
Come to Vienna. SEE North, J. R. 

Marimba. SEE Sullivan, H. A. 

Some day when dreams come true. SEE 
Sullivan, H. A. 

Voodoo jungle drums. SEE Sullivan, H. A. 

ANDERSON, JOSEPHINE. 
Alba e tramonto. SEE Gibilaro, Alfonso. 

ANDERSON, LEROY. 
Fiddle-faddle; fox trot, by Leroy Anderson, 
arr. by Johnny Warrington. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
$1 © on arrangement; Mills Music, inc.. 
New York; 25Nov49; EP43700. 
*Jazz legato; by Leroy Anderson. Orches- 
trated for full instrumentation. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
$6 © on arrangement; Mills Music, inc.. 
New York; 7Nov49; EP43703. 
*A trumpeter's lullpby; by Leroy Anderson, 
for orchestra, featuring solo trumpet. 
[Piano -conductor score and parts] 
© Mills Music, inc., New York; 10Mar50; 
EP45087. 

ANDERSON, MARION. 
Marion Anderson album of songs and 
spirituals. SEE Rupp, Franz. 

ANDERSON, MAXWELL, 1888- 
The little gray house. SEE Weill, Kurt. 
Lost in the stars. 

ANDERSON. ROBERT NELSON, 1899- 
She is my baby; words and tune by Robert 
Nelson Anderson. [Melody and words] 
© Robert Nelson Anderson; 3Feb50; 
EP44087. 

ANDERSON-MULDER COMPANY, INC., 

Chicago . 

Dealers handbook of pianos and their 
makers. 1950 ed. Edited [by Lenard 
P. Mulder] and published by Anderson- 
Mulder Co. $1 © on new ed. ; Anderson- 
Mulder Co. , inc., Chicago; 30Mar50; 
AA149642. 

ANDERSSON, DAN. 
Sizzi av Lasso. SEE HSgg, Hans. 

[ANDERSSON, ERIC] 
Bar a nagra fattigm a ma toner; foxtrot, 
text och musik: Jack Ronalds [pseud. ], 
arrangemang: Harry Arnold [pseud. ) 
(Miniarr., nr.6) [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
Kr. 2. 50 © Ab Carl Gehrmans musik- 
forlag, Stockholm; 31Dec49; EF0-2237. 



Tva sml hflnder; text o musik av Jack 
Ronalds [pseud. ] Kr. 2:- © Ab Carl 
Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm* 
Uan47; EF15878. 

ANDERSSON. FOLKE. 
Dolores dansar; musik: Folke Andersson, 
arr. : Reinhoid Foiack. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Nils- 
Georgs musikforlags ab, Stockholm; 
31Dec49; EFO-1984. 

ANDRAUD, ALBERT J., 1884- 
Grand trio concertant. SEE Gabrielski, 
J. W. Trio concertant, 3 flutes, op. 31. 

ANDRE, MALVA FRANCES, 1889- 
Close your baby eyes. SEE Lyons, M. F. 

ANDRE. XAVIER. 1917- 
Drelin. drelin, Madame la concierge. 
SEE Marc use. Albrecht. 

La vigne au vin; paroles de Jacques 
Mareuil, musique de Jacques Mareuii 
[pseud. ] k Georges Liferman. Paris, 
R. Breton. © Editions Edimarton; 
lSep49; EF14204. 

Ma Bretagne. SEE White, D. J. 



Revoir Paris. SEE Lara, 
Feeries et folies. 



Agustin. 



ANDREWS. JOHN. 
Peace of mind; words and music by John 
Andrews. © Simon House, inc.. New 
York; 3Jan50; EP43873. 

ANDROZZO. ALMA IRENE BAZEL, 1912- 
If I can help somebody; arr. for S. A. T. B. . 
[by Boosey & Co. ], music by A. Bazel 
Androzzo. (Boosey* s choral miscellany, 
no. 254) [With piano ace. ] 6d © on 
arrangement; Boosey & Co. , ltd. , Lon- 
don; HAug49; EF15507. 

If I can help somebody; arr. for solo and 
male voices by Doris Arnold, music by 
A. Bazel Androzzo. (Boosey's choral 
miscellany, no. 239) 6d [Score: solo 
voice, chorus (TTBB) and piano] 6d 
© on arrangement; Boosey & Co. , ltd. , 
London; 25Mar49; EF15506. 

If I can help somebody; [by] A. Bazel 
Androzzo, song orchestration by Geo. L. 
Zalva. [Piano-conductor score and 
parts] © on arrangement; Boosey & Co. , 
ltd., London; 19Mar49; EF15504. 

If I can help somebody; song, music by A. 
Bazel Androzzo, [arr. by Geo. L. Zalva] 
2/- © on new song version; Boosey & 
Hawkes, ltd., London; 6Jun46; EF15505. 
If I can help somebody; two-part song 
for treble voices, music by A. Bazel 
Androzzo. [Arr. by Boosey & Co. , ltd. ] 
London, Boosey fc Hawkes. (Boosey's 
choral miscellany, no. 255) [With piano 
ace. ] 6d. © on arrangement; Boosey & 
Co., ltd. ; 26Apr50; EFO-3140. 
If I can help somebody; vocal duet, music 

by A. Bazel Androzzo. [arr. by Peter 

Carroll] [London] Boosey & Hawkes. 

[With piano ace. ] 2/6 © on arrangement; 

Boosey & Co.. ltd.; 26Sep49; EF1550S. 

ANEPETA, GIUSEPPE. 
Ti convincerb stasera; fox moderato, 
testo e musica di G. Anepeta, arrangia- 
mento di M. de Nisco. Napoli. Edizioni 
musicali M. Angioino. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edward Rossi; 19Feb50; EFO-2322. 

ANGELI, PRIMO, 1906- 
Paganini samba; musica di Primo Angela. 
[Parts: piano, violin or accordion solo, 
double bass and guitar] © Edizioni 
Apollo, Milano; 4Apr50; EFO-3121. 
Primo-boogie; musica di Primo Angeli. 
[Parts: piano, violin or accordion solo, 
double bass and guitar] © Edizioni 
Apollo, Milano; 4Apr50; EF0-3122. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



ANGELINI. A. 
Non voglio piU baci. 



SEE Pesce, G. 



ANGELO. MICHAEL D'. SEE 
D'Angelo, Michael. 

ANGERS, AVRIL, 1922- 
The whistling song; They can whistle, by 
Barry Wicks & Avril Angers. (For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols; melody 
also in tonic sol-fa notation] 1/. 
© Clover Music Co. , ltd. , London; 
280ct49; EFO-2713. 

ANGO, JACK, arr . 
Home on the range; arr. by Jack Ango. 
(Accordion band-solo series, playable 
as solo, duet, trio, quartet, 101-104) 
[Parts; with words] 40£ each. © Thomas 
Music Co. , Detroit; 3Apr50; EP45474- 
45477. 

ANGUS, WALTER FENWICK, 1910- 
Meriden third position violin method; 
written by Walter F. Angus. © Walter 
Fenwick Angus; Uun50; AA152071. 

ANKER,- ERIKSEN, H 
En gra liten stuga; vals. Musik: H. Anker - 
Eriksen, text: Agne King [pseud. ] 
kr 2:25 © Edition Sylvain ab f Stockholm; 
Uan47; EF15341. 



ANNUNZIO, GABRIELE D\ 
Le martyre de Saint Sebastien. 
Debussy, Claude. 



SEE 



ANREP^-NORDIN, BIRGER, d. 1946. 
Pasksang; [words from] Sv. ps. 109: 1, 5, 
mel. 1697 ars Koralbok, arr. Birger 
Anrep-Nordin. [Close score: chorus 
(SATB)] -:30 © on arrangement; A. b. 
Nordiska musikfOrlaget, Stockholm; 
9Mar50; EFO-3243. 

ANSON. BILL. 
Fiesta in ole Mexico. SEE Mossman, 
Ted. 

I framed the wrong picture; words and 
music by Bill Anson. © Hill & Range 
Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
24Apr50; EP46409. 

ANTEI. ROBERTO, pseud. SEE 



I.NTEI. ROBERTO, pseud , 
Mariotti, Mario, 108S- 



ANTHEIL, GEORGE, 1900- 

•McKonkey's ferry; concert overture, [by] 
George Antheil. [Score: orchestra] 
© Weintraub Music Co. , New York; 
15May50; EP46602. 

♦Over the plains; [by] George Antheil. 
[Miniature score: orchestra] © Wein- 
traub Music Co. , New York; 20Jun50; 
EP47421. 

♦Serenade; for string orchestra. [Score] 
© Weintraub Music Co. , New York; 
15May50; EP46848. 

♦(Symphony, no. 5) Symphony no. 5; 
T ' Joyous" [by] George Antheil. 
[Miniature score] $2.50 © Leeds Music 
Corp., New York; 21Apr50; EP45749. 

ANTHONY, MICHAEL. 
I'm gonna ask the moon a little favor; 
words by Mitchell Parish, music by 
Michael Anthony. © Mills Music, inc. , 
New York; 26May50; EP47096. 

ANTIGA, JEAN, 1878- 
Les genets; 6 morceaux tres faciles en 
grosses notes et en cle de sol, par J. 
Antiga. [For piano] © Georges Delrieu 
et cie, Nice; lApr50; EFO-3078. 
Pochette; [by] J. Antiga. Collection de 
morceaux tres faciles pour le violon, 
unique m en t a la premiere position, 
cholsls, doigtes et annotes, par Georges 
Derbesy. [Part] © on fingering & 
annotation; Georges Delrieu & cie, Paris; 
30Dec49 (in notice: 1950); EF0-1720. 



ANTIGUES, E 
Franch Antigues, E. 



FRANCH. SEE 



[ANTONEVITCH, BERG] 1907- 
La Java du coup de s iff let; paroles de 
Saint Granier & Pierre Varenne, musique 
de Aurelli [pseud. ] & Keyne [pseud. ] 
© Les Nouvelles Editions Meridian, 
Paris; lMar50; EF0-2852. 

ANTONIOLU, CESARE. 1915- 
Che diavolo! Swing, testi di Dan pa 
[pseud. J, musiche di C. Antoniolli. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Casiroli, 
Milano; 5Jan50; EFO-3726. 
DI la verita; slowly, testi di Danpa 
[pseud. ], musiche di C. Antoniolli. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Casiroli, 
Milano; 5Jan50; EF0-3727. 
Ho chiuso la porta; canzone slow. Parole 
di Pinchi [pseud.], musica di C. Anton- 
iolli. [Piano -conductor score (orchestra, 
with words) and parts] © Edizioni Suvjni 
Zerl ^ni, Milano; 12Dec49 (in notice; 
1950); EFO-2682. 

Se ii cuore potesse mentire. SEE 
Valli, Antonio. 

ANTONIOTTI, GIORGIO. 1692-1776. 
(Sonata, violoncello & piano, no. 1) 
Premiere sonate; [by] G. Antoniotti, 
revision et arrangement par Pierre 
Ruyssen. [Score and part] © on revision 
& arrangement; Georges Delrieu & cie, 
editeurs, Nice; Uan50; EFO-1673. 

ANZAGHI, LUIGI ORESTE, 1903- 
Cinquante studi. SEE Cramer, J. B. 

Concerto nello stile italiano. SEE 

Bach, J. S. Concerto nach 

italienischen Gusto, harpsichord 

unacc. 
Fuga in sol minore. SEE Bach, J. S. 

Prelude & fugue, organ, no. 12. 

Suites francesi. SEE Bach, J. S. 
Works, harpsichord. 

APEL, WILLI, 1893- ed. 

♦French secular music of tHe late fourteenth 
century. Edition of the literary texts 
by Robert W. Linker and Urban T. 
Holmes, Jr. ; with foreword by Paul 
Hindemith. (Mediaeval Academy of 
America. Publication no. 55) [For 
miscellaneous combinations of voices 
and instruments] © The Mediaeval 
Academy of America, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
31Mar50; AA148015. 

APFEL, BARNEY, 1913- 
Ah've got 'em. SEE Grill, J. A. 

APLEY, BETTY, 1904- 
Country dance; for the piano, by Betty 
Apley. 300 ©G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 5Dec49; EP43308. 

APOLLONIO, LILIANA, 1921- 
Sempre con te. SEE Gaito, C. F. 

APOSTEL, HANS ERICH, 1901- 
* (Quartet, strings, op. 7) Streich- 
quartett. String quartet, [by] Hans 
Erich Apostel. Op. 7. Wien, Wiener 
Philharmonischer. (Philharmonia, No. 
387) [Miniature score] © Universal- 
Edition; 31Dec49; EFO-3188. 

APPEL, JEAN SLATER, 1906- 
Babe of Bethlehem; Christmas. Music by 
Jean Slater, words by Emery C. Fritz. 
(Concordia church choir series. CH 62) 
[Close score: SATB] 17? © on music; 
Concordia Pub. House. St. Louis; 
lDec49; EP43718. 

Now praise we great and famous men; 
patriotic. Old 107th, arr. by Jean 
Slater [words by] Wm. G. Tarrant. 
(Concordia church choir series, CH 61) 
[Score: unison chorus and organ] 17£ 
© on arrangement; Concordia Pub. House, 
St. Louis; lDec49; EP43717. 



Ye watchers and ye holy ones; for antiphonal 
groups. Lasst uns erfreuen. Arr. by 
Jean Slater, text by John A. L. Riley. 
(The Trebalto collection, Tr 119) 
[Score: chorus (SA) and organ; English 
words] 17£ © on arrangement; Concordia 
Pub. House, St. Louis; lDec49; EP43722. 

APPEL, RICHARD GILMORE. 
Jesu, joy of man's desiring. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Herz und Mund und 
That und Leben. 

APPLEBAUM, STANLEY SEYMOUR. 
The headless horseman; [for] T.T.B.B., 
lyric by Gerald Deitz, music composed 
and arr. by Stanley Applebaum. [With 
piano ace. ] 25? © Edwin H. Morris fc 
Co., inc.. New York; 6Jan50; EP43584. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 24Jun49, 
EU171406. 

The old cobbler tells a story; S. S. A. a 
cappella, lyric by Gerald Deitz, music 
by Stanley Applebaum. © Edwin H. 
Morris & Co. , inc. , New York; 28Apr50; 
EP46024. 

APPLETON, ARTHUR IVAR. 
I'll never find another girl like you; 
music and lyric by Art Appleton. ' 
© Art Appleton; l2Jun50; EP47283. 

When I fall in love; words and music by 
Art Appleton. © Art Appleton; 12Jun50- 
EP47282. 

ARANA, FELIPE N 
Flor del cafe; letra y mdsica de Felipe N. 
Arana. © Peer International Corp , New 
York; 29Dec49; EP43836. 

Mamma mia. SEE Davis, Bert. 

ARCADELT. JACOB, ca. 1514-ca, 1562 
Ave Maria; S. A. T. "5. by Jacob Arkadelt. 
Revised and arr. by Nicola A. Montani. 
[Unacc] 18C ©St. Gregory Guild, inc 
Philadelphia; 10Jan50; EP43389. 

ARCHER, JOHN STUART, 1866- 
Water musick. SEE Handel, G. F. 

ARDEN, DEL, pseud SEE 
Fradenburg, Delbert James, 1907- 

ARDEN, RODD. 

I found you out. SEE Ellman, Rich. 

Ma-zu-za. SEE Miller, Dave. 

Tommy's humming-top; written and 
composed by Rodd Arden. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols* melody 
also in tonic sol-fa notation] 1/- 
© Rodd Arden Music Publications, 
London; 4May50; EF0-3169. 

ARDEVOL, JOSE', 1911- 
(Sonata a tres, no. 1-2) Dos sonptas a 
tres; [by] Jose Ardevol. Sonata no. 1: 
oboe, clarinete y violonchelo. Sonata 
no. 2: dos flautas y viola. Montevideo, 
Editorial Cooperativa Interamericana de 
Compositores. (Publicaci6n no. 28) 
[Score] © Instituto I teramericano de 
Musicologfa; 22Dec43; EF 15040. 
(Sonata a tres, no. 3, 2 trumpets & trom- 
bone) Tercera sonata a tres; dos 
trompetas y tromb6n [by] Jose Ardevol. 
Montevideo, Editorial Cooperativa Inter- 
americana de Compositores. (Publica- 
ci6n no. 40) [Score] © Instituto Inter- 
americano de Musicologfa; 27Dec45- 
EF15057. 
(Sonata a tres, no. 4, 2 oboes & English 
horn) Cuarta sonata a tres; dos oboes 
y corno ingles [by] Jose Ardevol. 
Montevideo, Editorial Cooperativa Inter- 
americana de Compositores. (Publics- 
cidn no. 45) [Score] © Instituto Inter - 
americano de Musicologfa; 27Dec45- 
EF15055. 

(Sonata, piano, no. 3) Sonata no. 3; piano 
[by] Jose Ardevol. Montevideo, 
Editorial Cooperativa Interamericana de 
Compositores. (Publicacidn no. 47) 
© Instituto Interamericano de Musico- 
logfa; 30Dec48; EF 15061. 



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ARDINI. C. 
Nostalgica campana. SEE Sacchetti, D. 

Serenata alia luna; rumba di C. Ardini. 
Roma, Edizioni musicali A. I. D. A. 
(With Conti, G. B. Messicana) [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] © Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; 
EFO-1086. 

ARDUSER, RUTH. 
SEE Singing words. 

AREFELDT, SVEN. 1908- 

Da tittar solen in. SEE Stoor, Yngve. 

Rosa so I it aria; tango, av Sven Arefeldt, 
arrangemang: Sven Arefeldt. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
Kr. 2:25 © Sonora musikfOriags a. -b. . 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF15284. 

Son or as vfirbukett. SEE Sonoras 
varbukett. 

Sven Arefeldt sjunger och berittar f5r 
de unga och de yngsta; musik: Sven 
Arefeldt, text: Roland Eiworth. Kr.3.50 
© Sonoras musikfBrlags ab, Stockholm; 
lDec49; EF0-2250. 

Tango madrugftda; av Sven Arefeldt, 
arrangemang: Sven Arefeldt. [ Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
Kr. 2:25 © Sonora musikfOrlags a. -b., 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF 15285. 

ARENA, D« , pseud . SEE 
Grassi, Francesco, 1908- 

ARENDS, PAUL CURT RICHARD, 1909- 
Opapa tanzt Samba. SEE Haupt, Otto. 

[ARENSKfl. ANTONli STEPANOVICH] 

1861-1906. 

(Suite, 2 pianos, no. 1, op. 15) The 
Arensky waltz; [from Suite no. 1, by 
Antonii Arenskii] Op. 15, no. 2. A 
John W. Schaum arrangement. [Two 
scores] 40? © on arrangement; Belwln, 
inc.. New York; 21Mar50; EP44917. 

(Suite, 2 pianos, no. 1, op. 15) The 
Arensky waltz; [from Suite no. 1, by 
Antonii Arenskii] Op. 15, no. 2. Piano 
solo. A John W. Schaum arrangement. 
40C © on arrangement; Belwin, inc. , 
New York; 21Mar50; EP44927. 

ARIAS DE SAAVEDRA, RAFAEL DE Le6n. 
SEE 

Le6n Arias de Saavedra, Rafael de, 
1909- 

ARKHANGEL'SKlI, ALEKSANDR ANDREE- 

VICH. 1846-1924. 

Give thanks unto the Lord; S. A. T. B. , [by] 
Arkhangelsk/, arr. by Daniel P. Tkach, 
[words from] Psalm 117, verses 24 and 
26. (Standard choral repertoire series, 
7050) [With piano reduction] 16? © on 
arrangement; Nell A. Kjos Music Co. , 
Chicago; 28Apr50; EP46307. 

ARKUSS. AL. 
Beautiful green valley polka. SEE 

Zajc, Frank. 
Misirlou. SEE Roubanis, Nicholas. 
Moon run polka. SEE Zajc, Frank. 

ARLEN. ALBERT. 
The rivetter; arr. for T.T.B.B. by 
Felton Rapley, words by Bruce Sievier, 
music by Albert Arlen. (Chappell's 
vocal library no. 235) [With piano ace. J 
8d. © on arrangement; Chappell & Co. , 
ltd., London; HFeb50; EF0-1850. 

ARLEN, HAROLD, 1905- 
Ah loves ya. SEE HIS 
The Petty girl. 

Blues in the night; [by] Harold Arlen, 
arr by Jerry Sears, [for] trombone 
and piano. [Score and part] 60? 
© on arrangement; Rer.- ick Music Corp . , 
New York; 21Mar50; EP45407. 



Blues in the night; [by] Harold Arlen, 

arr. by Jerry Sears. [Score (trumpet 

or cornet and piano) and part] 60? 

© on arrangement; Remick Music Corp. , 

New York; 3Apr50; EP45351. 
The calypso song. SEE HIS 

The Petty girl. 
Come rain or come shine. SEE HIS 

St. Louis woman. 
Fancy free. SEE HIS 

The Petty girl. 

(The Petty girl) Ah loves ya; [from] The 
Petty girl, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, 
music [by] Harold Arlen. © Harwin 
Music Corp. . New York; 5Jun50; 
EP47106. 

(The Petty girl) Fancy free; [from] The 
Petty girl, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, 
music [by] Harold Arlen. © Harwin 
Music Corp. , New York; 5Jun50; 
EP47108. 
(The Petty girl) The calypso song; [from] 
The Petty girl, lyrics by Johnny Mercer, 
music [by] Harold Arlen. © Harwin 
Music Corp. , New York; 5Jun50; 
EP4Y107. 
(St. Louis woman) Come rain or come 
shine; from the musical St. Louis 
woman, words by Johnny Mercer, music 
by Harold Arlen, vocal orch. arr. by 
Bob Noeltner. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on arrangement; A-M Music Corp. , 
New York; 26May50; EP47030. 
(Star spangled rhythm) That old black 

magic; music by Harold Arlen. arr. by 
Charles Strouse. [For piano, four hands] 
75? © on arrangement; Famous Music 
Corp. , New York; 28Jun50; EP47608. 
That old black magic; words by Johnny 

Mercer, music by Harold Arlen, [arr. 

by Geo. N. Terry] [For piano, with 

words] 35? © on simplified arrangement; 

Famous Music Corp. , New York; 

14Feb50; EP44316. 
That old black magic. SEE ALSO HIS 

Star spangled rhythm. 

ARMA, PAUL, 1904- comp. 

Si tous les enfants de la terre melaient 
leurs voix; chansons enfantines du 
folklore de 102 peuples, [compiled by] 
Paul Arma, Presentation de Paul 
Robeson, adaptation francaise des textes 
etrangers de Jean-Lancois, orne par 
Marthe Fauchon, couverture de R. Pey- 
net. Paris, H. Lemoine. © Paul Arma; 
10May48; EF15100. 

ARMAND, GIANNI, 1917- 
Dillo, se mi vuoi ben! Moderato swing, 
musica di Armand, parole di Giacobetti. 
arrangiamenti di A. Brigada. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Edizioni sette note, Mllano; 
2BFeb50: EFO-3146. 

ARMANDOLA, JOSE, pseud. SEE 
Lautenschlager, WilliT^ 

ARMENGOL. MARIO RUfz. SEE 
Rufz Armengol, Mario. 

[ARMITAGE, REGINALD MOXON] 1898- 
My thanks to you; words by Norman Newell, 
music by Noel Gay [pseud.] l/- ©Noel 
Gay Music Co., ltd., London; 23Jan50; 
EFO-2715. 
Oh little fish; lyric by Noel Gay [pseud. ] 
fc Frank Eyton [pseud. ], music by 
Noel Gay. 1/- © Noel Gay Music Co., 
ltd., London; 30ct49; EF0- 1926. 
Within this heart of mine; words and music 
by Noel Gay [pseud. ] 2/- © Noel Gay 
Music Co. , ltd. , London; 21Nov49; 
EF0-2714. 

ARMSTRONG, HARRY, 1879- 
I found a girl; by Harry Armstrong, 
[words by] Richard H. Gerard. Bronx, 
N. Y. , Armstrong Music. © Harry 
Armstrong; 3Apr50; EP45274. 



ARMSTRONG, P HOUSTON, 1889- 

At the zoo; words and music by P. Houston 
Armstrong. © P. Houston Armstrong; 
14Mar50; EP44855. 

ARMSTRONG. RICHARD STOLL, 1924- 
Connie Mack swing; Golden Jubilee song, 
words and music by Dick Armstrong. 
© Richard Stoll Armstrong; 9May50; 
EP47335. 

THE ARMY JOURNAL FOR FULL MILITARY 
BAND, 
no. 750. Jacob, G. P. S. Festal march. 

no. 750a. Brown, A. W. The Mareth line. 

no. 750b. Kelly, A. E. Arromanches. 

ARNAUD, JOSEPH THOMAS, 1928- 
The pipes of Pan; [by] Joseph T. Arnaud. 
Op. 11. [Score: orchestra] © Joseph 
T. Arnaud; 10Feb50; EU193534. 

ARNAUD, PIERRE, 1921- 
Rumba de Mam it a; paroles et musique de 
Pierre Arnaud. © Editions Auber, Paris; 
5Sep49; EF0-1387 

ARNDT. FELDC, 1889-1918. 
Nola; by Felix Arndt, arr. by Jack Mason. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] $ 1 © on arrangement; Sam Fox 
Pub. Co. , New York; 18Apr50; EP45600. 

ARNE. THOMAS AUGUSTINE, 1710-1778. 

(As you like it) Blow, blow, thou winter 
wind; [from As you like it], words by 
Shakespeare, music by Thomas A. Arne, 
arr. forS.A.T.B., unacc, by Desmond 
Ratcliffe. (The musical times, 1282) 
4d. © Novello 4 Co. , ltd. , London; 
15Dec49; EFO-1433. 

(As you like it) Under the greenwood tree, 
[by] T Arne. arr for choir of women's 
voices, S S C unacc , by Hugh S 
Roberton [Words by] Shakespeare 
[from] As you like it London. Curwen, 
New York G Schirmer, sole agents for 
USA (Curwen edition. 72l3w) 6d 
© on arrangement, Hugh Stevenson 
Roberton. J0Jan5C EFO-1517 

ARNELL. RICHARD. 19i7- 
Andante and allegro; for flute and piano- 
forte [by] Richard Arne 11. Op. 58. 
(Schott's woodwind series, no. 2) [Score 
and part] 2/- © Schott & Co. , ltd. , 
London; 10May50; EF0-3399. 
Punch and the child; [ballet] by Richard 
Arnell. [Score: orchestra] © Richard 
Anthony Sayer Arnell; 24Mar50; 
EU199558. 

♦(Symphony, op. 13) Sinfonia; quasi varia- 
zioni, [by] Richard Arnell. Op. 13. 
[Miniature score] $2.50 © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc.. New York; 
2May50; EP46234. 

ARNESSON, TRYGGVE. 
Bambi-bombi; foxtrot. Musik: Tryggve 
Arnesson, arr. : Sigurd Agren. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
Kr. 2:25 © on arrangement; Edition 
Sylvain a. -b. , Stockholm; Uan47; 
EF15342. 

ARNOLD, BUDDY. 
I'll kiwi you a miwl-yun times; words and 
music by Milton Berle and Buddy Arnold. 
© Bregman, Vocco k Conn, inc. , New 
York; 4Apr50; EP45334. 

ARNOLD, DORIS. 
If I can help somebody. SEE Androzzo, 
A. I. B. 

ARNOLD, EDDY, 1918- 
Enclosed, one broken heart; words and 
music by Sadie Nordin Sallis and Eddy 
Arnold. © Hill & Range Songs, inc. , 
Bfeverly Hills, Calif. ; 19Jun50; EP47515. 

Evil, tempt me not; words and music by 
Dale Parker and Eddy Arnold. © Hill 
& Range Songs, inc. , Beverly Hills. 
Calif.; 17Feb50; EP44966. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



In the hills of tomorrow; [by] Beasiey 
Smith, Owen Bradley land] Eddy Arnold. 
[For voice and piano, with guitar dia- 
grams and chord symbols] © Milene 
Music, Nashville; ISMaySO; EP46S68. 

There's no wings on my angel; words and 
music by Cy Coben, Irving Melsher and 
Eddy Arnold. © Alamo Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 28Dec49; EP43366. 

To the last beat of my heart; words and 
music by Dele Parker and Eddy Arnold. 
© Hill k Range Songs, inc. . Beverly 
Hills. Calif.; 17Feb50; EP44967. 

ARNOLD, ELLIOTT. 

*Flnlandia, the story of Sibelius; illustrated 
by Lolita Granahan. [1st rev. printing] 
New York, Holt. 247 p. ©on revisions! 
Elliott Arnold; 3 Mar 50; A42123. 

ARNOLD, HARRY, pseud . SEE 
Persson, Harry Arnold. 

ARNOLD. MURRAY. 
Did a tear fall? Lyrics by Murray 
Arnold and Bill Carey, music by Murray 
Arnold. © Martin Music Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif.; 3May50; EP46109. 



ARNOLD, ROBERT E. 
SEE Sacred cross. 



1900- 



ARNOLD, ROBERT FRANZ, 1872-1938. 
Lied der Waldtaube. SEE Schonberg. 
Arnold. Gurre-Lieder. 

ARNOLD, ROBERT STERLING. 

Amazing grace. SEE Brumley, A. E. 

Gospel hit parade; a collection of Gospel 
"hit" songs, both new and old, especially 
for quartets, solos, duets, etc., edited 
and compiled by Robert S. Arnold, 
Albert E. Brumley, W. Oliver Cooper, 
J. E. Roane, [n.p. ] Hartford National 
Co. $ 1 © National Music Co. ; 28Dec49; 
EP46591. 

Universal songs and hymns. SEE 
Brumley, A. E. 

ARNOUX, ALEXANDRE. 
Chanson a Dulcinee. SEE Ibert, 

Jacques. Don Quichotte. 
Chanson de la mort. SEE Ibert, 

Jacques. Don Quichotte. 

Chanson de Sane ho. SEE Ibert, Jacques. 

Don Quichotte. 
Chanson du due. SEE Ibert, Jacques. 

Don Quichotte. 

ARjpiYD, THORE. 
Bla sky; serenad, musik [by] Thore 
Arnryd. text [by] Fritz-Gustaf [pseud. ] 
2:25 © Ehrling fc Ldfvenholm a. -b. , 
Stockholm; 18Nov49; EFO-2235. 

DrOmmen; serenad, musik och arr. : 
Thore Arnryd. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] Kr. 2:50 
© Skandlnaviska Odeon ab, Stockholm; 
280ct49; EFO-1978. 

En dorr pa* giant. SEE Frykman, 
Erik. 

Han skulde gaa ud efter ol. SEE 
Groth, Einar. 

Han skulde gaa ud efter 01. SEE 
Groth, Einar. 

Lyckans roelodi. SEE Groth, Einar. 

ARREDONDO, TOMAS ARCHE. 
!Yo la vf» Guaracha, letra y musics de 
Tomas Arch© Arredondo, arr. de Andres 
Dias. [Parts: orchestra; with words] 
$0. 35ctvs. ©PeeryCia. s. I. , Habana; 
28Dec49; EF0-1938. 

ARRIEU, CLAUDE, pseu d. SEE 
Simon, Louise Marie, 1903- 

ARRON, PETER. 
They're lovely. SEE Madden, Peter. 

ART PUBLICATION SOCIETY. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compositions. 

no. 130. Hawkins, Margaret. More about 
Cubby. 

904383 O - 50 - 2 



Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compostions. 

no. 293. Hearn, E. F. Parade of the toys. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compositions. 

no. 294. Bown, P. B. Siesta. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compositions. 

no. 295. Mitchell, C. P. The ice cream 
vendor. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compositions. 

no. 321. Hawkins, Margaret. 3 piano pieces 
with words. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compositions. 

no. 339. Sells, Frances. Gypsy skirts. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compositions. 

no. 340. Vandevere, J. L. Tango at twilight. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compositions. 

no. 501-2. Handel, G. F. Chaconne. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series compositions. 

no. 774. Rebikov, V. I. Two short piano 
pieces. 

Progressive series of piano lessons. Pro- 
gressive series studies. 

no. 725. Alpheraky, Achilles. Etude in 
five -beat measure. 

[ARTEON, LUCIEN] 1889- 
Maritchu; fandango [by] L. Tenaro [pseud. ] 
(With Garcia, Charles. Guethary) 
[ Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 31Dec49 
(in notice: 1950); EF0-2517. 
Ramuntcho; fandango [by] L. Tenaro 
[pseud. ] ( With Garcia, Charles. Nena) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 31Dec49 
(in notice: 1950); EFO-2518. 

ARTEZ, MAX, pjeji& SEE 
Faulx, Jean-Baptiste, 1896- 

ARTHUR. AMANTHIA MAE. 
My dream man. SEE Hall, David. 

ARTHUR, MRS. J. D. SEE 
Arthur, Amanthia Mae. 

ARTHUR, WILLIS, 1891- 
The country girl's warning. SEE 
Ferris, Ray. 

Payday on the range. SEE Walz, 
Jean. 

ARTIGAS, HUGO CRUZ. SEE 
Cruz Artigas, Hugo. 

ARTOK. L., pseud . SEE 
Windsperger, Lothar, 1885-1935. 

ARVELO, PEPITO. 
Corre Jacinto; by Pepito Arvelo. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Bregman, Vocco fr Conn, inc. , New 
York; lOAprSO; EP4559S. 

Rayo de lux; letra y musics [de] Pepito 
Arvelo. © Peer International Corp. , 
New York; 12Apr50; EP45983. 

Soy fells; by Pepito Arvelo. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Bregman, Vocco *> Conn, inc. , New 
York; 10Apr60; EP45694. 

ARVEY, VERNA. 
Costaso. SEE Still, W. G. 

ASALDO, JEAN, pseud SEE 
Dames toy, Jean, iwiu- 



You've been playing checkers. 
Wright, Ira. 



SEE 



ASHBY, JESSE. 
My Tennessee Blue Eyes. 
Mule, Louis. 



SEE 



ASHLEY, HUBERT CARL. 
Goodbye, my love, goodbye. SEE 
Wright, Ira. 



ASHLEY, JOHN. 
New Dealers were we; by John Ashley. 
[For voice and piano] © Jack Potter 
Stockton; 8Jul40; EP45174. 

ASHLOCK. JESSE. 
I care no more; words and music by Jesse 
Ashlock. © Bob Wills Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 30Jan50; EP44436. 

ASKER, HULDING. 
Melodi och rytm. SEE Melodi 
och rytm. 

En vandrare spelar; zigenar-vals, text: 
Paddock [pseud. ], musik: Hilding Asker. 
(Vara visor, 6) Kr 2:- © Elkan fc Schild- 
knecht, Emil Carelius, Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF14956. 

ASPEUN, HARRY. 
Ta' ut svtngen; hambo, musik: Harry 
Aspelin, arr: Gunnar Lundgren. [For 
piano or accordion] © KulUs-fOrlaget, 
Gnesta, Sweden; 15Mar50; EF0-3606. 

ASPIAZU IRIARTE, JOStf DE, 1905- 
Homenaje a Manuel de Falls; jota para 
guitar r a, [by] Jose de Aspiazu. 6 ptas. 
© Uni6n Musical Espaflola, Madrid; 
30Dec48; EF15693. 

ASSAF. EDWARD. 1916- 
Did you ever catch a falling star? SEE 
Fleming, G. E. 

ASSO, RAYMOND. 
Je n'en connais pas la fin. SEE 

Monnot, Marguerite. 
My lost melody. SEE Monnot, 

Marguerite. 

ASSY, HENRI, 1902- 
La Moldeve; valse, muslque: Henri Assy. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Editions F. Grare, Paris; 
15Mar50; EFO-2797. 

ASTOR, BOB, pseud . SEE 
Stern, Walter, 100b- 

ASTORGA, EMANUELE D' 
Fiori ingrato; [by] Emanuele d'Astorga, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. Qn Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 96-101) 
[For voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik -for lag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EFO-2115. 
In questo core; [by] Emanuele d'Astorga, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 86-95) 
[For voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EFO-2114. 

ATCHESON, JAMES WILLIAM. 
Pretty Mary Lou; words and music by 
Jimmy Atcheson. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 260ct49; EP46531. 



ATCHISON, TEX. 
Old Kentucky fox chase. 
Willing. Foy. 



SEE 



ATHANS, SPEROS DEMETRIOS, 1883- 

comp. 

Hosanna; edlclon especial de cantos 
melodiosos que brotan del alma, 
publicados por S. D. Athans. [Hymns, 
with music; Spanish words] © Speros 
Demetrlos Athans, Tucson, Ariz.; no. 1, 
25May50; EP47132. 

ATKINS, CHET. 
Centipede boogie; by Chet Atkins. [For 
piano, with ukulele diagrams and chord 
symbols] © Hill & Range Songs, inc. , 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 2Jun50; EP47035. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



ATKINSON, FREDERICK C 
Spirit of God, descend upon my heart; 
S.S.A. By Frederick C. Atkinson, arr. 
by Earl Roland Larson, words by 
George Croly. (Bel win octavo, no. 1016) 
[With piano or organ ace. ] 15? © on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc., New York; 
10Jan50; EP43438. 

ATTAINGNANT. PIERRE, _fL 1528-1549. 
Pariser Tanzbuch; aus dem J ah re 1530, 
erstes von Pierre Attingens (Attaingnant) 
gedrucktes Tanzbuch, zusammen mit den 
Tanzen von 1529. [Fur BiockflOtenchor 
oder andere Melodie-Instrumente] 
Cbertragen und hrsg. von F. J. Glesbert. 
(Edition Schott, Heft 1, 3758; Heft 2, 3759) 
[Score: 4 recorders] © on editing fc 
foreword; Schott & Co. , ltd. , Mainz; 
27Mar50; EFO-3760. 

ATTARD, JOSEFINA DE. 
Melp6mene. SEE Turina, Joaqufn. 
Las musas de Andalucfa. 

ATTERBERG, KURT MAGNUS. 1887- 
(Fanal) Ihr Herren Qber Recht und Land; 
Tenor-Aria ur Fanal, Akt I, Komp. : 
Kurt Atterberg, Text: Oscar Ritter [and] 
J. M. Welleminsky. [Score: tenor and 
orchestra] © Kurt Atterberg; 20Jun50; 
EU207800. 

ATTERBURY, DOROTHY MAY: 1911- 
My daddy is a dickens; by Dorothy 
Atterbury. [For voice and piano, with 
chord ..ymbols] © Dorothy May 
Atterbury; 190ct49; EP44069. 

AUBANEL, GEORGES PIERRE PHILIPPE, 

1896- 

Le chant de la liberation. SEE 
Marly, Anna. 

AITRE. LUCIEN MARIE 1889- 
Bathilde; J by] Lucien- Marie Aube. poesie 
de Andre Joubert. © Editions Saiabert 
Paris; 310ct49; EF0-1291. 

Les chats; [by] Lucien- Marie Aube. 
poesie de Charles Baudelaire. 
© Editions Saiabert, Paris; 140ct49- 
EF0-1322. 

L'examen de minuit; [by] Lucien-Marie 
Aufye, poesie de Charles Baudelaire. 
© Editions Saiabert, Paris; 140ct49 
EF0-1308. 

Les galeriens; [by] Lucien-Marie Aube, 
poesie de Constant Hubert. Piano et 
chant. © Editions Saiabert, Paris; 
12May50; EF0-3803. 

Je voudrais; [by] Lucien-Marie Aube, 
poesie de Andre Joubert. © Editions 
Saiabert, Paris; 310ct49; EF0-1300. 

Marie -Madeleine; [by] Lucien-Marie Aube 
poesie de Albert Willemetz. © Editions 
Saiabert, Paris; 310ct49; EF0-1297. 

Ne cherchez pas mon ame; [by] Lucien- 
Marie Aube, poesie de Andre Joubert. 
© Editions Saiabert, Paris- 310ct49 
EFO-1296. 
♦La vie et la mort d'une rose; coffret de 10 
melodies, poemes de Louis Poterat, 
musique de Lucien-Marie Aube. 
© Editions Saiabert, Paris; 2lFeb50- 
EFO-2454. 

La voliere; [by] Lucien-Marie Aube, 
poesie de Ch. L. Pothier. © Editions 
Saiabert, Paris; 140ct49; EFO-1369. 

Vos yeinc; [by] Lucien-Marie Aube. 
poesie de Andre Joubert © Editions 
Saiabert, Paris; 140ct49; EFO-1370. 

AUBERT, LOUIS, 1877- 
Aubade; [by] Louis Aubert, [for] violon 
et piano. [Score and part] © Durand 
t cie, Paris; 23Nov48; EF15106. 
Feuille d' images; 5 pie'ees enfant ines de 
Louis Aubert, l re -[2 e ] suite, trans- 
cription par FeUicien Foret. [Condensed 
score: band] © on transcription; Durand 
fc cie, Paris; 15Sep49; EF0-1745-1746. 



♦Offrande; pour orchestre, [by] Louis 
Aubert. [Score] © Durand & cie, 
Paris; 22Nov48; EF15109. 

AUBERT, PAULINE. 
Premiere suite. SEE Dornel, Antoine. 
Suite, flute & continue no. 1. 

[AUCLAIR, CHRISTIANE] 1902- 
Ojos sevillanos, tango, paroles franchises 
et espagnoles de Aida del Flor [pseud ], 
musique de Auriane [pseud ] [French 
and Spanish words] © Editions Auber, 
Paris, 27Dec49; EF0-1563. 

AUDEN, WYSTAN HUGH, 1907- 
Out on the lawn I lie in bed. SEE 

Britten, Benjamin. 
The rake's progress. SEE 
Stravinski£ I. F. 

AUDISCOPE CORPORATION, Wilmington, 

Arpeggiated basses: Theme from the Sixth 
symphony; [by] Peter Ilyitch Tschaikow- 
sky, rote -illustration arr. by Hazel E. 
Owens. © Au disc ope Corp. , Wilmington, 
Del.; 3Jan50; EP44362. 

A bass melody with embellishments: 
Deep River; rote-illustration and directed 
reading arr. by Hazel E. Owens. 
© Audiscope Corp. , Wilmington, Del. ; 
3Jan50; EP44642. 

A classic in modern style; Theme from the 
Fantasle-lmpromptu; [by] Frederic F. 
Chopin, directed reading arr. [by] 
Hazel E. Owens. © Audiscope Corp. , 
Wilmington, Del.; 3Jan50; EP44365. 

High steppin' boogie; rote-illustration arr. 
by Hazel E. Owens. © Audiscope Corp. , 
Wilmington, Del. ; 3Jan50; EP44369. 

Improvising a waltz bass: The band played 
on; independent reading [arr. by The 
Audiscope Corporation] © Audiscope 
Corp., Wilmington, Del. ; 3Jan50; 
EP44364. 

Instructors manual for Audiscope system 
of class piano instruction; prepared by 
Educational Department of Audiscope 
Corporation. © Audiscope Corp. , Wil- 
mington, Del. ; 17Apr50; AA148697. 

Introductions and endings; [arr. by the 
Audiscope Corporation] © Audiscope 
Corp. , Wilmington, Del. ; 3Jan50; 
EP44367. 

A modern arrangement of a classic in a 
minor key: Theme from the Hungarian 
dance no. 4; [by] Johannes Brahms, 
rote- illustration arr. by Hazel E. Owens. 
© Audiscope Corp. , Wilmington. Del. ; 
3Jan50; EP44370. 

A study in figurated basses: Home on the 
range; [and Down in the valley], directed 
reading arr. by Hazel E. Owens. © Aud- 
iscope Corp. , Wilmington, Del. ; 3Jan50; 
EP44363. 

A study in tango rhythm: Tango; rote- 
illustration arr. by Hazel E. Owens. 
© Audiscope Corp. , Wilmington, Del. ; 
3Jan50; EP44366. 

To develop velocity: Arkansas traveler; 
rote-illustration and directed reading 
arr. by Hazel E. Owens. © Audiscope 
Corp. , Wilmington, Del. ; 3Jan50; 
EP44371. 

To learn two typical boogie patterns: 
Turkey in the straw; directed reading, 
American folk song arr. by Hazel E. 
Owens. © Audiscope Corp. , Wilmington, 
Del. ; 3Jan50; EP44368. 

using broken tenths as a basis for a blues 
style: Frank! e and Johnnie; an early 
American folk tune [arr. by the Audiscope 
Corporation] © Audiscope Corp. , Wil- 
mington, Del. ; 3Jan50; EP44372. 

Visual method class piano. Adult 
course. © on arrangements & compila- 
tion with instructions for students; 
Educational Methods, inc., Wilming- 
ton, Del.; 16Jul47; EP16160. 



AUFDEMBERGE, EDGAR HERBERT. 
1922- 

O'er the distant mountains breaking; 
containing tune: O Jerusalem, du Schflhe. 
SATB a cappella, [by] Edgar H. Aufdem- 
berge, [words by] John S. B. Monsell. 
(Harold Flammer choral series, 84339) 
[With piano reduction] 16? © Harold 
Flammer, inc., New York; 20Apr50; 
EP45711. 

Thou art worthy, O Lord; containing tune: 
Angeius, by Joseph Scheffler. SATB a 
cappella, [by] Edgar H. Aufdemberge. 
[words] by Joseph Cooper [and from] 
Rev. 4, 11; 7, 10. (Harold Flammer 
choral series, 84337) [With piano re- 
duction] 15? © Harold Flammer, inc., 
NewtYork; 20Apr50; EP45709. 

Within the Father's house; containing 
tune: Franconia. SATB a cappella. [by] 
Edgar H. Aufdemberge, [words by] 
James R. Woodford. (Harold Flammer 
choral series, 84338) [With piano re- 
duction] 150 © Harold Flammer, inc. , 
New York; 20Apr50; EP45713. 

AUFRERE, JEAN, 1898- 
Berceuse; pour piano, [by] Jean Aufrere. 

© Jean Aufrere, Paris; 15Jan50; 

EFO-2800. 
L'espiegle; pour piano, [by] Jean Aufrere 

© Jean Aufrere, Paris; 15Jan50: 

EFO-2804. 

Feuillet d'album; pour piano, [by] Jean 
Aufrere. © Jean Aufrere, Paris; 15Jan5Q 
EFO-2803. 

Reverie; pour violon avec accompagnement 

de piano, [by] Jean Aufrere. [Score]. 

© Jean Aufrere, Paris; 15Jan50; 

EF0-2805. 
Romance; pour piano, [by] Jean Aufrere 

© Jean Aufrere, Paris; 15Jan50: 

EF0-2806. 
La ronde des moustiques; divertissement 

pour piano, [by] Jean Aufrere. © Jean 

Aufrere, Paris; 15Jan50; EFO-2807. 

AUFRICHT, VIKTOR. 
Rondels. SEE Grosz, Wilhelm. 

AUGUST, JAN. 
Bewitched, bothered and bewildered. 
SEE Rodgers. Richard. Pal Joey. 

AUKER, BYRON LEE, 1918- 
If I could love you. SEE Molstad, G. R. 



AULANTI. pseud . 
Vecchi. Mario de. 



SEE 
1906- 



AULBACH, FRANCIS EDWARD. 
O King enthroned; for a cappella chorus 
of mixed voices, [by] Francis Edward 
Aulbach. Stlcheron from the Greek 
office for Pentecost, translation by 
John Brownlie. (Capital University 
chapel choir series, 6555) [With piano 
reduction] 150 © Carl Fischer, inc.. 
New York; 17Mar50; EP45136. 

AURELIUS, ERIK. 
Kamrat som vaktar troget genom aren. 
SEE Wachtmeister, A. R. 

AURELLI, pseud. SEE 
Antonevitch, Berg, 1907- 

AURIANE, pseud . SEE 
Auclair, Christiane, 1902- 

AURIC, GEORGES, 1899- 
Mouvements du coeur. SEE 
Sauguet, Henri. 

AUTRY, GENE, 1907- 
Be honest with me. SEE Rose, Fred. 
The funny little bunny with the 
powder-puff tail. SEE Bond, C. W. 

AVERY, KENNETH STOPFORD, 1922- 
Paekakariki; words and music by Ken 
Avery. [Wellington. N. Z., K Avery 
Publications] 2/ . © Kenneth Stopford 
Avery; 18Mar49; EF15408. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



AVILES, HERNANDO. 
Depende de ti; bolero, musica de Hernando 
Aviies, letra de Ernesto M. Cortazar, 
orquestaci6n de Evansto Tafoya. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, s.a. , Mexico; 
29Dec49; EFO-1168. 

AVSHALOMOV, JACOB, 1919- 
How long, oh Lord; cantata, [by) 
Avshalomov, for mixed chorus, con- 
tralto solo and orchestra. (The Arthur 
Jordan choral series, no. 28) [Piano- 
vocal score] 75? © Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp. , New York; 23Feb50; 
EP44785. 

AYERS, ALBERT, pseud . SEE 
Cain, Noble, 1896- 

AZAGRA, RUIZ DE. SEE 
Ruiz de Azagra, Jose. 1900- 

AZNAOUR1AN, CHARLES, 1924- 
En revenant de Quebec. SEE 

Roche, P. L. A. J. 
Je suis amoureux. SEE Roche, 

P. L. A. J. 
Retour. SEE Roche, P. L. A. J. 
Simplette. SEE Roche, P. L. A. J. 

AZNAVOUR. CHARLES, pseud . SEE 
Aznaourlan, Charles, 1»Z4- 

[AZZARA. BENNIE MARTINI] 
Why? [Adapted from Drigo's Les millions 
d'Arlequin] by Bert Douglas and Benny 
Martini [pseud. ] [For voice and piano, 
with ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Walt Disney Music Co. , New York; 
3Apr50; EP45735. 



B 



BABAULT, FRANCOIS. 1900- 
Feuilles d'automne. SEE Fourdraine, 
Paulette. 

BABBITT, MILTON, 1916- 

* Composition for four instruments; [by] 
Milton Babbitt. [New York, New Music 
Edition Corp. ] (New Music, v. 22, no. 4) 
[Score: flute, violin, clarinet and violon- 
cello] © Milton Babbitt; 27Dec49; 
EP43212. 

BAB IN, VICTOR, 1908- 
Be loved stranger; eleven love songs for 
low voice with piano accompaniment by 
Victor Babin, the poems by Witter 
Bynner. 7/6 © Augener, ltd., London; 
26Apr50; EFO-3356. 

Fantasia. SEE Telemann, G. P. 

Ritual; song, with pianoforte accompani- 
ment, by Victor Babin. The poem by 
William Rose Benet. 2/- © Augener, 
ltd., London; 31 Mar50; EF0-2846. 

iABINSKI, LUDWIG. 

Ich weiss, du gehst zu einem andern. SEE 
Lederer, Erich. 

BACAL, CHARLES, pseud. SEE 
Donida-Labati, Carlo, 1920- 

BACH. CARL PH3LIPP EMANUEL, 1714- 

1788. 

Adagio; de Ph. Em. Bach, pour orchestre 
a cordes. Oeuvre posthume. Reconstitue 
par Francis Casadesus, d'apres un 
document communique par Camille St. 
Saens en 1904. [Score (string orchestra) 
and parts] © on reconstitution; Henry 
Lemoine cie, Paris; 31Jan49; EF 15074. 

Solfeggietto; [by] C P. E. Bach, arrange- 
ment by Charles Magnante [for] ac- 
cordion. 60£ © on arrangement; Wm. J 
Smith Music Co. , inc. , New York; 
lFeb50; EP44072. 

Zwei KlavierstQcke. SEE Kreutz, 
A. E. 



BACH, JOHANN CHRISTIAN, 1735-1782. 

Allegro siciliano; [by] J. Ch. Bach, pour 
saxophone alto et piano, transcription 
par Ennemond Triilat. [Score and part] 
© on arrangement; Georges Delrieu 
& cie, Nice, France; Uan50; EFO-2530. 

Allegro siciliano; [by] J. Ch. Bach, 
transcription par Ennemond Triilat. 
[Score (violin and piano) and part for 
violoncello] © on arrangement; Georges 
Delrieu & cie, Nice, France; Uan50; 
EFO-2532. 

Allegro siciliano; [by] J. Ch. Bach, pour 
violon et piano, transcription par 
Ennemond Triilat. [Score and part] 
© on arrangement; Georges Delrieu 
* cie, Nice, France; Uan50; EFO-2531. 
♦(Symphony, op. 18, no. 4) Sinfonia; D major, 
by Johann Christian Bach, op. 18, no. 4. 
Edited for the first time and with fore- 
word by Alfred Einstein. (Edition Eulen- 
burg, no. 521) [Miniature score] © Ernst 
Eulenburg, ltd., London; 15Mar50; 
EFO-3346. 

BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN, 1685-1750. 

(Also hat Gott die Welt gellebt) My heart 
ever faithful. Mein glftubiges Herze, 
frohlocke sin^ scherze. Aria from Church 
cantata, no. 11 by J. S. Bach. arr. for 
piano by Ignaz Friedman. 2/6 © on 
arrangement; Allan & Co. , pty. ltd. , 
Melbourne; 7Dec59; EFO-3363. 

Andante; from Sonata in A minor for 
violin alone, and Sonata in D minor for 
clavier [by] J. S. Bach, trans, for organ 
by Irwin Fischer. r ^<? © Clayton F. 
Summy Co. , Chicago; 20Mar50; EP45464. 

Andante. SEE ALSO HIS 
Sonata, organ, no. 4. 

Aria. SEE HIS 

Suite, orchestra, no. 3. 
Awake thou wintry earth. SEE HIS 

Gelobet sei der Herr, mein Gott, mein 

Licht. 

Bach-Gedenkschrift, 1950. SEE 
Internationale Bach-Gesellschaft. 
♦Bach-miniatyrer; svit for kammarorkester, 
bearb. och sammanst&llda av Edvin 
Kailstenius. Partitur. [Score: orches- 
tra] Kr.6:- © on arrangement; Ab Carl 
Gehrmans musik-forlag, Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15605. 
♦A Bach suite for strings; arr. by Reginald 
Jacques. (Oxford orchestral series, 
2d ser. , no. 0146) [Score: 2 violins, 
viola, violoncello & bass] 6/ © on ar- 
rangement; Oxford University Press, 
London; 4May50; EFO-3205. 

Be contented, O my soul. SEE HIS 
Mein Gott, wie lang'. 

Be our guide through life, dear Lord; 
chorale for mixed voices, optional a 
cappella, S. A. T.B., [by] Johann 
Sebastian Bach, arr. by Walter E. 
Buszin, [words by] W. E. B. (Hail 
k McCreary choral octavos, no. 1700) 
15£ © on words k arrangement; Hall 
k McCreary Co., Chicago; 24Mar50; 
EP45343. 

Bist du bei mir. If thou are near; by 
J. S. Bach, arr. for piano, by William 
Harris. Is. 6d. © on arrangement; 
Oxford University Press, London; 
19Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EFO-1952. 

Cantata no. 29. SEE HIS 
Wir danken dir, Gott. 

♦(Chorale preludes) Due corali; [by] Bach, 
trascritti dall' organo per orchestra [by] 
Gui. Partitur in a. [Miniature score] 
© on transcription; Carisch, s. a., Milamx 
22May50; EFO-3762. 

♦(Christ lag in Todesbanden) Now Jesus 
Christ, the Son of God; from the Easter 
cantata, Christ lag in Todesbanden [by] 
J. S. Bach, arr. by Richard Latham. 
[Two scores for 2 pianos] 4s. © on 
arrangement; Oxford University Press, 
London; 27Apr50; EFO-3204. 



(Christ lag in Todesbanden) This day hath 
He arisen; Easter anthem for mixed 
voices, from the cantata Christ lay in 
death's dark prison, by J. S. Bach, 
English text by Paul England, arr. and 
adapted by W. A. Goldsworthy. (Church 
music review, no. 2115) [With organ 
ace. ] 20? © on arrangement k adaptation; 
The H. W. Gray Co., inc.. New York; 
5jan50; EP44004. 
Come Holy Spirit; S. S. A. , a cappella, 
text adapted from words by Catherine 
Winkworth, melody anonymous, arr. 
from a Bach harmonization [by] Morten 
J. Luvaas. 15? © on arrangement; C. C. 
Birchard k Co. , Boston; 6Feb50; 
EP44470. 
♦(Concerto, harpsichord) Concerto; en fa 
mineur pour clavecin et orchestra a 
cordes, [by] J. S. Bach. Adaptation 
pianistique, revision et reduction de 
I'orchestre pour un second piano, par 
Alfred Cortot. In F minor for harpsi- 
chord and string orchestra, pianistic 
adaptation and arrangement of the or- 
chestral accompaniment for a second 
piano. [Score: 2 pianos] © on adaptation 
k arrangement; Schott freres, Bruxeiles; 
15Dec49; EFO-1497. 

(Concerto nach italienischen Gusto, 
harpsichord unacc. ) Concerto nello stile 
italiano; [by] J. S. Bach, trascrizione per 
fisarmonica di Luigi Oreste Anzaghi. 
[For accordion] © on arrangement; G. 
Ricordi k C. , Milano; 14Nov49; EF0-2922. 
♦(Concerto, violin) Concerto in G minor; 
for violin and piano [by] Joh. Seb. Bach, 
edited by Joseph Szigeti, based on the 
ed. of Gustav Schreck. (Peters edition, 
no. 3069a) [Score and part] © on editing, 
C. F. Peters Corp., New York; 14Dec49; 
EP43315. 
Dear Christians, one and ail rejoice. 
Nun freut euch, lieben Christen g'mein. 
Extended chorale for mixed voices, 
accompanied, S.A.T.B., chorale melody, 
harmonization and accompaniment by 
Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. by Walter 
E. Buszin. [Words by] Martin Luther, 
translation stanzas 1 and 3 by Richard 
Massie, stanza 2 by George MacDonald. 
(Hall k McCreary choral octavos, 
EP45345. 

no. 1702) [English words only] 18? 
© on arrangement; Hall k McCreary 
Co., Chicago; 27Mar50; EP45345. 
(Dir, dir, Jehovah) To Thee, O Lord. 
Dir, dir Jehovah. Anthem arr. for 
mixed voices with soprano solo or 
Junior choir by George W. Kemmer. 
[By] J. S. Bach, English text by George 
W. Kemmer. (Church music review, 
no. 2137} ]With organ ace. ; English 
words] 18? © on arrangement; The H. W. 
Gray Co. , inc. . New York; 28Apr50; 
EP46039. 
(Dir, dir, Jehova, will ich singen) Ditt 
namn, Jehova, vill jag sjunga; [by] J. S. 
Bach, arr. : V. Soderholm. (Gehrmans 
kor-blad, nr 16) [Score: SAA] © on 
arrangement; A. -b Carl Gehrmans musik- 
forlag, Stockholm; Uan46; EF15677. 
Ditt namn, Jehova, vill jag sjunga. 
SEE HIS 

Dir, dir, Jehova, will ich singen. 
Due corali. SEE HIS 

Chorale preludes. 
Fantasie und Fuge in G minor; [by] J. S. 
Bach, orchestration by Ivan Boutnikoff. 
[Score] © on arrangement; Ivan Boutni- 
koff; 31Jan50; EU192338. 

(Ein' feste Burg ist wiser Gott) A mighty 
fortress is our God; for four -part chorus 
of mixed voices, S.A.T.B., chorale 
melody by Martin Luther, harmonized by 
Johann Sebastian Bach, edited by Peter 
Stone. Original words by Martin Luther, 
English version by Frederick Hedge. 
(Pro Art choral, no. 1188) [With piano 
ace. ] 16? © on editing; Pro Art Publi- 
cations, New York: 27Jan50: EP44047. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BACH. JOHANN SEBASTIAN, 1685-1750. 
Cont'd. 

Fifty sacred songs; taken mainly from 
the Schemelli hymns, by J. S. Bach. 
Edited for four voices by Charles 
Kennedy Scott. (Translations by Beatrice 
Bulman and Dorothy Parry Thomas] 
[With organ reduction) Ss. © on new and 
original arrangements; Oxford University 
Press. London- v. 2. 18May50; EFO-3227. 
Final chorus. SEE BIS 

Matthluspassion. 
Flocks by shepherd safe attended. SEE 
HIS 

Was mlr behagt . 
Fru musics; [by] J. S. Bach, arr. : 
Lennart Lund en. (Gehrmans trestlm- 
miga kors&nger, nr 1) [Close score: 
SABar] Kr.0:25 © on arrangement; 
A. -b. Carl Gehrmans musikfOrlag, 
Stockholm; Uan47; EF15676. 
Fuga in sol minor e. SEE HIS 
Prelude k fugue, organ, no. 12. 
•(Gelobet sei der Herr mein Gott, mein 
Licht) Awake thou wintry earth; by J. S. 
Bach, arr. Leslie Russell. [Chorale 
from Church cantata, no. 129] [Two 
scores for 2 pianos] 3s. 6d. © on arrange- 
ment; Oxford University Press. London; 
18May50; EFO-3210. 
Green and peaceful are the pastures. 
SEE HIS 
Was mir behagt. 

Handbuch der Kantaten Joh. Seb. Bachs. 
SEE Neumann, Werner. 

Harmonica classics; three numbers by 
J. S. Bach. Transcribed for harmonica 
and piano by Carlton Beyer and Richard 
Bain. [Score] $1. © Bruce Humphries, 
inc., Boston; 5Jun50; EP47409. 

Have mercy upon me, O Lord; chorale 
prelude [by] Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. 
by C. R. Thorpe. (In Thorpe, C. R. 
Showing off the Hammond organ, p. 18-19) 
© on arrangement; G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York; 27Sep49; EP45741. 

Hell morgonstjarna, mild och ren. 
SEE HIS 
Wie schOn leuchtet der Morgenstern. 

(Herz und Mund und That und Leben) Hope 
and light of man's endeavour Jesus 
bleibet meine Freude. From Cantata, no. 
147 [by] J. S. Bach, words by Doris 
Rowley, arr. by Henry Geehl. (Ashdown 
vocal duets, no. 242) [With piano ace. ] 
4d. © on words; Edwin Ashdown, ltd. , 
London; 28Jan50; EFO-1618. 

(Herz und Mund und That und Leben) Jesu, 
joy of man's desiring; [by] Johann 
Sebastian Bach, transcribed for full 
orchestra by Richard G Appel, as an 
instrumental number, or as accompani- 
ment to the chorus versions. [Parts] 
© on transcription, Richard G. Appel; 
12Nov41; EU279463 

(Herz und Mund und That und Leben) Jesu, 
joy of man's desiring; chorale from church 
cantata no. 147, by J. S. Bach. Tran- 
scribed by Watson Forbes. [Score 
(viola and piano) and part] 3s. © on ar- 
rangement; Oxford University Press, 
London; 15Dec49; EF0-1036. 

(Hers und Mund und That und Leben) 
Jesu, joy of man's desiring; two part 
treble voices, S. A. [By] Johann 
Sebastian Bach, arr. by F. Campbell- 
Watson. (Remick sacred choral library, 
1-R3134) [With piano ace] 15? ©on 
arrangement; Remick Music Corp. , New 
York; 30Mar50; EP45688. 

(Herz und Mund und That und Leben) Jesu, 
Thou my constant gladness; cantata 
no. 147, [by] J. S. Bach, [the English 
text by Nadine M. and W. A. Golds worthy, 
edited by William A. Go Ids worthy] 
[Organ-vocal score] $1 © on English 
text; TheH. W. Gray Co.. inc.. New 
York; 5jan50; EP43596. 



(Ich habe genug) Slumber on, O weary 
spirit. [Schlummert ein, ihr matten 
Augen. From Cantata no. 82] By J. S. 
Bach, arr. by Claude Means. (St. Cecilia 
series of compositions for the organ, 
no. 757) 751 €> on arrangement; The H. 
W. Gray Co., inc.. New York; 10Jan50; 
EP43604. 

(Ich halte treulich still) In steadfast faith 
I stand. Ich halte treulich still. Chorale 
for mixed voices, optional a cappella, 
S. A. T. B. [By] Johann Sebastian Bach, 
arr. by Ruth Heller, [words by] Ruth 
Heller, based on the German of J. H. 
Till. .(Choral octavos, no. 1696) 15C 
© on English text k arrangement; Hall 
k McCreary Co., Chicago; IMaySO; 
EP46338. 

(Ich hatte viel Bekummerniss) The lamb 
that was sacrificed; [by] J.S. Bach, from 
Cantata no. 21. Trans, by George Lynn, 
edited with accompaniment adapted for 
organ by Normand Lockwood. (The West- 
minster choir college library, 312-40065) 
[Score: chorus (SATB) and organ] 20£ 
© on editing k arrangement; Theodore 
Presser Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 6Apr50; 
EP45480. 

(Ich hatte viel BekUmmernis) The Lamb 
that was slain for us. Das Lamm, das 
erwflrget 1st. Sacred chorus for mixed 
voices, accompanied, S. A. T. B. [bv] 
Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. by Walter 
E. Buszin. [Words] based on Rev. 5:12, 
adapted by W. E. B. (Hall k McCreary 
choral octavos, no. 1705) [English 
words] 22? © on adaptation of text k 
arrangement; Hall k McCreary Co. , 
Chicago; 4May50; EP46572. 

(Ich hatte viel Bekllmmernis) Why art 
thou cast down, O my spirit? Was 
betrfkbst du dich, meine Seele? Sacred 
chorus for mixed voices, accompanied, 
S. A. T. B. [by] Johann Sebastian Bach, 
Intro, and arr. by Walter E. Buszin. 
[Words from] Psalm 42:5 and 11, 43:5, 
adapted by W. E. B. (Hall k McCreary 
choral octavos, no. 1704) [English 
words] 22£ © on adaptation of text, 
introduction k arrangement; Hall k 
McCreary Co. , Chicago; 4May50; EP46571. 
If Thou be near; [by] J.S. Bach, arr. by 
James R. Gillette. (Sacred choral 
music, SATB 1470) [Score: chorus (SATB) 
and organ] 18? © Clayton F. Sum my Co. , 
Chicago; 10Jan50; EP43763. 
In steadfast faith I stand. SEE HIS 

Ich halte treulich still. 
Jesu in Thy love enduring. SEE HIS 
O heil'ges Geist und Wasserbad. 

Jesu, joy of man's desiring. SEE HIS 
Herz und Mund und That und Leben. 

Jesu, priceless treasure; chorale by 
Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. by Rob Roy 
Peery. (Belwin octavo, no. 1045) 
[Score: SSA and organ] 15£ © on arrange- 
ment; Belwin, inc. . New York; 9Feb50; 
EP44295. 

Jesu, Thou my constant gladness. SEE 
HIS 
Herz und Mund und That und Leben. 

Jesus schitft, was soil ich hoffen? Jesus 
sleeps, who then will save me? Aria 
from Cantata no. 81, [by] Johann 
Sebastian Bach, edited by Franz Rupp, 
English version by Henry S. Drinker. 
(In Rupp, Franz, ed. Marian Anderson 
alEum of songs and spirituals, p. 8-11) 
© on editing; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; lljun48; EP44230. 

Johann Sebastian Bach als Meister der 
Farben. SEE Huber, A. G. 

(Johannespassion) Lord Jesus, Thy dear 
angel send; choral from The Passion 
according to St. John [by] Johann 
Sebastian Bach, for four-part chorus of 
men's voices, a cappella, arr. by 
Robert Barrow, English version and 
adaptation by John Troutbeck. (Williams 
College series, 2143) 16? © on arrange- 
ment; E. C. Schirmer Music Co. , 
Boston; 23May50; EP47167. 



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The Lamb that was sacrificed. SEE HIS 
Ich hatte viel Bekummerniss. 

Das Lamm, das erwllrget ist. SEE HIS 

Ich hatte viel Beknmmernis. 
Lord Jesus, Thy dear angel send. SEE 
HIS 

Johannespassion, 
(Matthluspassion) Final chorus trom St. 
Matthew Passion, Wir setzen uns; [by] 
J. S. Bach, arr. for two pianos by 
Charles H. F. O'Brien. [Two scores] 
3 shillings © Edwin Ashdown. ltd. , 
London; 4Apr50; EFO-2564. 
Mein glftubiges Herze, frohlocke sing 1 
scherze. SEE HIS 
Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt. 

•(Mein Gott, wie lang') Be contented, O my 
soul; [from Mein Gott, wie lang 1 ] by J. S. 
Bach, arr. Harriet Cohen. [Two scores 
for 2 pianos] 4s. 6d. © on arrangement; 
Oxford University Press, London; 
30Mar50; EFO-3215. 

•Mein Jesu; was fur Seelenweh befallt Dich 
in Gethsemane, [by] Bach. Geist liches 
Lied, Scheme ill's Gesang-Buch. 
Symphonic transcription for string or- 
chestra [by] Stokowski. New York, 
Broude. [Score] © on arrangement; 
Leopold Stokowski; 15Dec49; EP46851. 
A mighty fortress is our God. SEE HIS 
Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott. 

Minuetto. SEE HIS 
Notenbuch der Anna Magdalena Bach 
(1725) 
My heart ever faithful. SEE HIS 

Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt. 
(Notenbuch der Anna Magdalena Bach) 
Vier kleine leichte Stncke, aus dem 
Notenbuchiein der Anna Magdalena Bach. 
[by] Joh. Seb. Bach. [Einrichtung und 
Bearbeitung von Karl Scheit] (Musik fur 
Gitarre. U. E. 11958) © on arrangement; 
Universal -Edition, Wien; 13Jul49; 
EFO-1265. 
(Notenbuch der Anna Magdalena Bach 
(1725)) Minuetto; [by] Johann S. Bach 
[from Notenbuch der Anna Magdalena 
Bach (1725)] Piano solo, [arr. ] by Carl 
Richter. 300 © Bach Music Co. , Henry 
Dellafield, sole owner, Boston; 5Jun50; 
EP47313. 
Now Jesus Christ, the Son of God. 
SEE HIS 

Christ lag in Todesbanden. 
(O heil'ges Geist und Wasserbad) Jesu in 
Thy love enduring; aria for contralto from 
Cantata 165 [by] Joh. Seb. Bach. ed. 
[and arr. from the unfigured bass] by M. 
Tippett and W. Bergmann. English and 
German words. (Voice and keyboard, 
compositions for voice and figured bass, 
no. 9) 2/- © on arrangement; Schott k 
Co., ltd., London; 20Feb50; EFO-3350. 
O whither shall I flee? Wo sol ich 
fiiehen hln? Extended chorale for mixed 
voices, accompanied, S. A. T. B. , chorale 
melody, harmonization and accompani- 
ment by Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. by 
Walter E. Buszin. Words by Johann 
Heermann. Translation of stanzas 1-3, 
Moravian Hymnal, stanza 4, W. E. B. 
(Hall k McCreary choral octavos, 
no. 1703) [English words only] 18? 
EP45344. 

© on translation of stanza 4 k arrange- 
ment; Hall k McCreary Co. , Chicago; 
27Mar50; EP45344. 
•(Prelude k fugue, organ, no. 12) Fuga in 
sol minore; [by] G. S. Bach. [Riduzione 
di L. O. Anzaghi] [Score (4 accordions) 
and parts] © on arrangement; Carisch, 
s. a., Milano; 2Nov49; EF0 1051. 
Prelude in B flat; [by] Johann Sebastian 
Bach. arr. by C. R. Thorpe. (In_ Thorpe 
C. R. Showing off the Hammonaorgan. 
p. 16-17) © on arrangement; G. Schirmer. 
inc. , New York; 27Sep49; EP45740. 
Prelude in B minor. SEE HIS 
Das wohltemperirte Clavier. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



Prelude in F sharp minor. SEE HIS 
Das wohltemperirte Clavier. 

Sheep may safely graze. SEE HIS 
Was mlr behagt. 

Siciliano. SEE HIS 
Sonata, flute 4. harpsichord, no. 2 5 

Sonata, violin k harpsichord, no. 4. 

Six chorales harmonized by Johann 
Sebastian Bach; ed. by Walter E. 
Buszin, [translated by Walter E. Buszin 
and others] (Hall k McCreary choral 
octavos, no. 1701) [Close score: chorus 
(SATB)] 18C © Hall k. McCreary Co. , 
Chicago; 27Mar50; EP45346. 

Slumber on, O weary spirit. SEE HIS 
Ich habe genug. 

(Sonata, flute k harpsichord, no. 2) 
Siciliano; from Flute sonata, no. 2 [by] 
J. S Bach, arr. by Francis W. Snow. 
[For organ] 50£ © on arrangement; The 
B. F. Wood Music Co. , Boston; 
15May50; EP46328. 

(Sonata, organ, no. 4) Andante; [by] 
J. S. Bach, for piano solo, arr. from 
Trio sonata no. 4 for organ by Edward 
Krish. 3s. © on arrangement; Oxford 
University Press, London; 27 Apr 50; 
EFO-3203. 

* (Sonata, 2 violins k contimio) Sonate en 

ut majeur; pour deux violons et contimio, 
[by] Jean-Sebastien Bach. [Realisation 
de] Claude Cmssard. (Flores musicae, 
H) [Score and parts] © Foetisch freres 
s. a., editeurs, Lausanne; 15Sep49 (in 
notice: 1948); EF15565. 

* (Sonata, violin k harpsichord, no. 4) 

Siciliano; from first part of the Sonata 
no. 4, in C minor, for cembalo and violin, 
[by] Bach, symphonic transcription for 
string orchestra [by] Stokowskl. New 
York, Broude. [Score] © on arrange- 
ment; Leopold Stokowskl; 15Dec49; 
EP46853. 
(Suite, French, no. 5) Gavotte in G 
major; from the Fifth French suite, [by] 
J. S. Bach, edited by A. Richardson. 
[For piano] 25£ © on editing; The Boston 
Music Co., Boston; 20Apr50; EP45705. 

* (Suite, orchestra, no. 3) Aria; air from 

the Ouverture, no. 3, in D major [by] 
Bach, symphonic transcription for 
string orchestra [by] Stokowskl. New 
York, Broude. [Score] © on arrange- 
ment; Leopold Stokowskl; 15Dec49; 
EP46852. 
Ten arias; for organ, from the cantatas of 
Johann Sebastian Bach, transcribed from 
original vocal form, arr. and edited by 
Carl Pfatteicher and Richard McCurdy 
Ames. [With] Hammond registration. 
Bryn Mawr, Pa., Pressor. $2 ©on 
arrangement; Oliver Ditson Co. ; 12Jun50; 
EP47214. 
Tbis day hath He arisen. SEE HIS 

Christ lag in Todesbanden. 
To Thee, O Lord. SEE HIS 

Wir danken dir, Gott. 
Trois extraits en forme de suite. SEE HIS 

Works, harpsichord. 
Was betrubst du dlch, meine Seele? 
SEE HIS 

Ich hatte viel Bekflmmernis. 
(Was mlr behagt) Flocks by shepherd 
safe attended. Schafe kOnnen sic her 
weiden. Aria from Cantata no. 208, 
Was mir behagt, [by] J. S. Bach, arr. 
for chorus of mixed voices, S. A. T. B. , 
by Maurice Jacobson, words by Margaret 
Lyell. London, J. Cur wen. New York, 
G. Schirmer, sole agents for U. S. A. 
(Curwen edition, 61425) [With piano 
ace. ; English words] 6d © on arrange- 
ment; Maurice Jacobson; 21 Dec 40; 
EFO-984. 

(Was mir behagt) Green and peaceful are 
the pastures; In peace your sheep may 
graze. [Schafe kSnnen slchar weiden] 
Air from Birthday cantata, words by 
Doris Rowley, maslc by J. S. Bach, 
[arr. by Henry Geehl] © on words; Edwin 
Aahdown, ltd. , London; 3Mar50; 
EFO-2007. 



(Was mir behagt) Sheep may safely graze; 
S.A.T.B., [by] J. S. Bach, arr. byC. 
Albert Scholin, [words by Ruth B. Scho- 
lin] (Belwin octavo, no. 995) [With piano 
or organ ace. ] 151 © on arrangement; 
Belwin, inc.. New York; 10Jari50; 
EP43417. 
* (Wenn wir in hOchsten NOthen sein) In 
our hour of deepest need. Wenn wir in 
hOchsten NOten sein; a chorale prelude by 
J. S. Bach, transcribed for horns, trum- 
pet, violas, cellos and basses by John 
Barbirolli. (Oxford orchestral series, 
2dser., no. 0151) [Score] 3/ ©on 
arrangement; Oxford University Press, 
London; 4May50; EFO-3206. 

Why art thou cast down, O my spirit? 
SEE HIS 

Ich hatte viel BekQmmernis. 
(Wie schOn leuchtet der Morgenstern) 
Hell morgonstjflrna, mild och ren. 
(Kantat nr. 1) Wie schOn leuchtet der 
Morgenstern [by] J. S. Bach, Svensk 
text och arr. [by] Ingvar Sahlin. [Chorus 
part] © on Swedish words k arrange- 
ment; A. b. Nordiska musikfOrlaget, 
Stockholm; 4Nov49; EF0-2546. 
(Wir danken dir. Gott) Sinfonia; from 
Cantata no. 29, [Wir danken dir, Gott], 
by J. S. Bach, arr. by Homer Whitford. 
(Saint Cecilia series, no. 759) [For 
organ] 75? © on arrangement; The H. W. 
Gray Co. , inc. , New York; 28Apr50; 
EP46037. 
Wir setzen una. SEE HIS 
Matthtuspassion . 
*(Das wohltemperirte Clavier) Prelude in 
B minor; no. 24 of the first part of Das 
wohltemperirte Klavier, [by] Bach, 
symphonic transcription for string 
orchestra [by] Stokowskl. New York, 
Broude. [Score] © on arrangement; 
Leopold Stokowski; 15Dec49; EP46855. 
(Das wohltemperirte Clavier) Prelude in 
F sharp minor; from Bach's Well- 
tempered clavichord, arr. for violin 
and piano by Albert Spalding. [Score and 
part] 60£ © Volkwein Bros. , inc. , 
Pittsburgh; 2Jun50; EP46979. 

(Das wohltemperirte Clavier) Prelude 
no. 8; from The well-tempered clavier, 
book 1, [by] Johann Sebastian Bach, 
arr. by George Blake. With registration 
for both Hammond and pipe organ. 
Hammond organ registration by Charles 
F. Paul. 50£ © on arrangement; G. 
Schirmer, inc. , New York; 2Jun50; 
EP47260. 
(Works, harpsichord) Suites francesi, 
Suites ingiesi [and] Partite; [by] J. S. 
Bach, trascrizione dl Luigi Oreste 
Anzaghi. [For accordion] © on arrange- 
ment; G. Ricordi k Co. , Milano; 
14Nov49; EFO-2923. 
(Works, harpsichord) Trois extraits en 
forme de suite; [by] J. S. Bach, arr. 
par H. W. Steele. [Score: 2 pianos] 
© on arrangement; Harold Whiting Steele, 
Port Huron, Mich. ; 2Jan50; EP43387. 
♦(Works, organ) Composizioni scelte per 
organo. Selected compositions for 
organ. [By] J. S. Bach, [revision by] 
Uiisse Matthey [and] Pietro Ferrari. 
© on revision; G. Ricordi k c, Milano; 
v. 1-2, 4Dec49; EF0-2457-2458. 

BACHARACH. ALFRED LOUIS, ed. 

♦Streiflichter durch die zeitgenOqslsche 
brltlsche Musik; in deutscher Ubersetzung 
von Eva Heintz. [Translation of: British 
music of our time] 158 p. lllus. © on 
translation; Ed. Bote k G. Bock, Berlin; 
!Oct49; AFO-696. 



Deambrogio, 



pseud . 
3, Juan, 



1890- 



BACHRICH. ALBERT, 1899- 
Gebrochenes Herzerl; Lied und langsamer 
Walzer. Text von Josef Petrak, Musik 
von Albert Bachrich. © Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernard Hersmansky) K. G. , Wien; 
20Dec49; EFO-2330. 



In einem Wanderzlrkus ohne Namen; 
Tango, Worte: Josef Petrak, Musik: 
Albert Bachrich. © Josef Weinberger, 
ltd., Wien; lDec49; EFO-3197. 

Wer wird dlch lefts sen? Worte: Peter 
Christian [pseud. ], Musik: Albert 
Bachrich. © Josef Weinberger, ltd. , 
Wien; lDec49; EFO-3196. 

BACI, NINO, pseud . SEE 
Poletto, Enzo Luigi, 1906- 

BACKUS, BERTHA ADAMS. 
Then laugh. SEE Thomas, Christopher. 

BACON, ERNEST. 
SEE U. S. A. Compositions for piano 
by contemporary American composers. 

[BACRI, EDMOND DAVID] 1920- 
Les amants de Paris; paroles et musique 
de L6o Ferre* et Eddy Mar nay [pseud. ] 
© Le Chant du monde, Editions musicales, 
k Soci6te" d'6ditions musicales Inter- 
nationales, Paris; 24Nov47 (in notice: 
1948); EF15434. 
Bal de nuit. SEE Herschkovitch, Marc. 

Chant e mon coeur. SEE Spoliansky, 
Mischa. Wake up my heart. 

Le cocher de fiacre. SEE Korb. 
Nathan. 

Je t'ai choisi. SEE Herschkovitch, 
Marc. 

Le marchand de reve. SEE Hersch- 
kovitch, Marc. 

Les maris, les papas, et les chats! 
SEE Glanzberg, Norbert. 

One les gar si SEE Herschkovitch, 
Marc. 

Paris qui s'eveille. SEE 

Herschkovitch, Marc. 
Si jolie. SEE Bloch, P. G. 

BADINGS, HENK. 1907- 

* (Sonata, piano, no. 4) Sonate IV; [by] 
Henk Badings. (Wilhelm Hansen edition 
nr. 3816) © Wilhelm Hansen, musik- for - 
lag, K^benhavn; 27May49; EF15539. 

BAER, ABEL H 1893- 

Are we picking up where we left off? 
Words by Edgar Leslie, music by Abel 
Baer. New York, E. Leslie. © Edgar 
Leslie k Abel Baer; 6Jun50; EP46986. 
I'm cuckoo-razy 'bout you. SEE 

Moran, E. P. 
I'm gonna be busy dating you, darling, 

Monday thru Sunday. SEE Hess, Cliff. 
Indian talk; words by Edgar Leslie, music 
by Abel Baer. New York, E. Leslie. 
© Edgar Leslie and Abel Baer; 10May50; 
EP46107. 



BAER, RENE, 1887- 
Rends-moi mes clefs! 
Marguerite. 



SEE Joye, 



BAER, WERNER. 
My heart's refrain; song, words by John 
Wheeler, music by Werner Baer. 2/6 
© Chappell k Co. , ltd. , Sydney; 
20Apr50; EF0-3345. 

BAERMANN, HEINRICH J 1784- 

1847. 

Amusing exercises for clarinet; [by] H. 
Baermann. Op. 30. [Rev. by W. R. 
Tenney] $ 1 © on revision; The Cundy- 
Bettoney Co. , inc. , Boston; lDec49; 
EP43764. 



BAGLEY, EZRA. 
I saw you cry last night. 
Barney, Fern. 



SEE 



BAIL. GRACE S 1903- 

Restless wings; by Grace S. Bail. [For 
voice and piano] © Wesley Webster, San 
Francisco; 28Dec49; EP43222. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BAILEY, ALBERT EDWARD. 
*The gospel In hymns; backgrounds and in- 
terpretations. 600 p. illus. © Charles 
Scribner's Sons. New York; 13Mar50 ; 
A42280. 

BAILEY. JAMES DOUGLAS. 1929- 
On love alone; words by Michael L. Moore, 
music by Douglas Bailey (In Smith, 
Gordon H. , ed. Let's sing, American, 
p. 14-15) © James Douglas Bailey; 
31Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EP44097 



BAILHAC, A. M. RAFFAT DE. 
De Bailhac, A. M. Raff at. 



SEE 



BAILLODS, JULES. 
Chant pour le Jour des morts et la 
Toussaint. SEE Gagnebin, Henri. 

BAILLY. CHARLES, 1921- 
Ave Maria; musique de Bailly. paroles 
[de] Varel (pseud. Paris. R. Breton] 
© France Music Co.; 10Mar50; EF15438. 

Dans le vent; paroles et musique de Varel 
[pseud. ] et Bailly. © SociSte* d'£ditions 
musicales internationales, Paris; 
18Jun48; EF15557. 

J'irai sur les routes; musique de Bailly, 

Paroles [de] Varel [pseud. Paris. «. 

Breton] © France Music Co. ; 10Mar50; 

EF15439. 
Laissez-moi mon amour. SEE HIS 

Les vagabonds du reve. 

Ma gosse, ma cherie. SEE HIS 
Les vagabonds du reve. 

Toi et moi. SEE HIS 
Les vagabonds du reve. 

Les vagabonds du reve; paroles et 
musique de Varel [pseud. ] et Bailly. 
© Arpege, editions musicales, Paris; 
30Sep49; EF0-1570. 
(Les vagabonds du reve) Laissez-moi mon 
amour; du film Les vagabonds du reve. 
Paroles et musique de Varel [pseud. ] 
et Bailly. © Arpege editions musicales, 
Paris; 22Aug49; EF0-1182. 
(Les vagabonds du reve) Ma gosse, ma 
cherie; Toi et moi, valse du film, Les 
vagabonds du reve, paroles et musique 
de Varel [pseud. J et Bailly. © Arpege 
editions musicales, Paris; 28Sep49; 
EFO-1566. 

Soleil; valse, paroles et musique de 
Varel [pseud. J et Bailly. [For voice and 
piano, and voice part with chord symbols] 
© Arpege, editions musicales, Paris; 
29Sep49, EFO-1572. 

Viens dans mes bras; musique de Bailly, 
paroles [de] Varel [pseud. Paris, R. 
Breton] © France Music Co. ; 6Doc49; 
EF15440. 

BAIN. RICHARD. 
Harmonica classics. SEE Bach, J. S. 

BAINBRIDGE, KATHARINE. 
God's other room. SEE O'Hara, 

Geoffrey. 
Petticoat polka. SEE Bemis, Connie. 

BAINES. WILLIAM. 
Sing to the Lord, O ye saints; anthem 
for mixed voices with soprano or tenor 
solo. [By] William Baines, [words from] 
Psalm 22:22-23, 30:4. (Anthems for 
mixed voices, no. 312-40034) [With 
piano ace. ] 16£ © Theodore Presser Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 8Feb50; EP44407. 

BAINTON, EDGAR LESLIE. 
Serenade; for men's voices, T.T.B.B., 
words by John Gibson Lockhart, music 
by Edgar L. Bainton. (Allan's part-songs, 
no. 423) [With piano reduction] 6d 
© Allan & Co. , pty. ltd. , Melbourne; 
10Dec49; EFO-3370. 

BAIRD. RUSSELL M. 
Corpus delicious. SEE Sprowl, C. R. 



BAIRD, WAYNE GORDON, 1915- 
Those outlaw inlaw blues; words and music 
by Wayne G. Baird. © Wayne Gordon 
Baird; 15jan50: EP43654. 

BAKALA, BRETISLAV. 
Kata Kabanova. SEE JanaCek, LeoS. 



BAKER, JAMES ARTHUR, 1914- 
How could you forget so soon? 
Shinkoskey, E. H. 



SEE 



BAKER, MARVIN GLENN, 1925- 
My pledge; [by] Marvin G. Baker [words 
by] George Ott. [Close score: SATB] 
© Marvin Glenn Baker & George J. Ott; 
21Jan50; EP43928. 

BAKER, SHIRLIE F 
Love isn't love; words and music by 
Shirlie F. Baker. © Broadcast Music, 
inc.. New York; 210ct49; EP43296. 

BAKER, THEODORE. 
Ave Maria. SEE Schubert, F. P. 
Christmas hymn. SEE Jiingst, Hugo. 
Prayer of Thanksgiving. SEE Kremser, 

Eduard. 
Suleika. SEE Schubert, F. P. 

BAKER, TUSTIN, 1900- 
Be Thou my guardian; anthem for double- 
choir, music by Tustin Baker, [words] 
paraphrase on Hymn 282 (A. M. ) (The 
Year Book Press series of anthems and 
church music, A. 112) [With piano re- 
duction] 8d © A. * C. Black, ltd. , Lon- 
don; 280ct49; EFO-1843. 

BALCOM, LEO. 
There's a roundup on the river range 
tonight. SEE Allison, H. C. 

BALDWIN, RICHARD. 

Drink, drink, drink. SEE Collier, 
Arthur. Lady Audley's secret. 

BALFE, MICHAEL WILLIAM, 1808-1870. 
The Bohemian girl; [by] Balfe. Abridged 
version. Adaptation & score by Lucien 
Cailliet. [Piano-vocal score] 75? 
© Sam Fox Pub. Co., New York; 24Mar50; 
EP45119. 

BALLANTINE, EDDIE, 1907- 
God bless" the child. SEE Holiday. B. E. 

I'm from Missouri, ya gotta show me; 
words and music by Jack Fulton and 
Eddie Ballantine. © Mills Music, inc., 
New York; 13Dec49; EP43317. 

Quack-quack polka; by Tommy Films and 
Eddie Ballantine. [For voice and piano, 
with ukulele diagrams and chord symbols; 
includes version for accordion] © Alamo 
Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
24Apr50; EP46414. 

BALLARD, FRANCIS DRAKE. 
Blue sonata; by Francis Drake Ballard. 
Piano solo, with optional vocal refrain. 
$1 © Pat Ballard Music Corp. . New 
York; lMar50; EP44601. 

BALLATORE, PIETRO, 1888- 
Cielito lindo. SEE Fernandez, C. 
Estrellita. SEE Ponce, M. M. 
Hatikvoh. The hope; national anthem of 
the State of Israel. Simplified piano 
solo, arr. by Pietro Ballatore. (Kamroen 
edition, no. 703) 30£ © on arrangement; 
J. & J. Kammen Music Co. , New York; 
20Dec48; EP46683. 

BALSEIRO, JUAN R 
Destino; bolero, letra y mtisica de Juan R. 
Balseiro, arr. Alfredo Brito. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts, 
with words] © Rumbalero Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 28Dec49; EP43935. 
Hoyte bese; bolero, letra y musica de 
Juan R. Balseiro, arreglo de Roberto 
Cole. [Piano-conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts; with words] © Rumbalero 
Music, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
15Mar50; EP46395. 



BALZ. BRUNO, 1902- 
Ich hab genug von alien Liebelein.' 

SEE Eisbrenner. Werner. 
Wie war denn das, Veronika? SEE 
Steimel, Adolf. 

BAMPTON, CLAUDE. 
A tale of the sea; song, words and music 
by Claude Bampton. 2/ - © Chappell 
k Co., ltd., London; 3Jun50; EFO-3751. 

BAMPTON, RUTH, 1902- 
Tomorrow's world. SEE Beethoven, 
Ludwig van. Symphony, no. 9. 

BANAITIS, KAZYS VIKTORAS, 1897- 
AI per nakti; [by] Kazys Viktoras 
Banaitis, [B. Buivydaites zodSiai] 
[For voice and piano] © Xavier Strumskis, 
Flushing, N. Y. ; 15Feb50; EP44852. 
Liaudies dainos. Lithuanian folk songs. 
Vienam balsui ir fortepijonui, [by] Kazys 
Viktoras Banaitis. © Xavier Strumskis, 
Flushing, N. Y. ; 3Mar50; EP44853. 

BANDEIRA, MANUEL. 
Bluebird of all my dreams. SEE 
Ova lie, Jayme. 

BANDELOW, ERWIN, 1900- 
Sonne schelnt in's Zimmer; langsamer 
Foxtrot, Text und Musik: Erwin B and e low, 
[Klavier-Arrangement: Jonny G. 
Liljeberg] © Capriccio-Musikverlag 
GmbH, Berlin; 12Jan50 (in notice: 1949)- 
EF0-1965. '' 

BANJO- LASSE, pseud . SEE 
Larsson, Nils. 

BANKS, BERNARD MANNIE. 
Dreamboat rendezvous; words and music 
by Mannie Banks. © Campbell Music, 
inc.. New York; 7Feb50 ; EP44143. 

BANKS, E V 

I am on the battle-field for my Lord; by 
E. V. Banks, [words by] Sylvana Bell, 
arr. by Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with 
music] © Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; 
2Mar48; EP44666. Appl. states prev. 
reg. HFeb46, EU6317. 

BANKS, ESTELLE VIOLA McKINLEY, 

1898- 

Father, I pray. SEE Washington, A. L. 

Lay down your sword and shield; by 
Estelle V. McKinley Banks. [Close 
score: SATB] © Estelle V. McKinley 
Banks, Atlanta; 1Nov48 (in notice: 1949)- 
EP46975. 

Working out my soul's salvation; by 
Estelle V. McKinley Banks. [Close 
score: chorus (SATB)] © Estelle V. 
McKinley Banks, Atlanta; 1Nov48 (in 
notice: 1949); EP46974. 

BANKS. MANNIE. SEE 
Banks, Bernard Mannie. 

BANKS, MARY NORIE, 1904- 
The black cat; piano solo by Mary Norie 

Banks. 30<! <$ The Willis Music Co., 

Cincinnati; 12Apr50; EP45563. 
Little red wagon; piano solo by Mary 

Norie Banks. 30? © The Willis Muaic 

Co., Cincinnati; HApr50; EP45599. 

BANON. JEMY. pseud . SEE 
Blangenois, Jules, 1870- 

BAPT1SSARD, MAURICE, 1899- 
Toi et moi. SEE Ledru, Jacques. 

BARACHA, MANUEL. 
Alegria; [by] Manuel Baracha & Luis 
Gomez, arr. by Harry New. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Latin-American Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , 
London; 18Apr50; EF0-3662. 

BARALDI, ERNEST, 1913- 
Accroche-coeur; java, de E. Baraldi. 
(With his Patty) [Parts: ouhestra] 
b E. Baraldi, Pierrefitte, France; 
2Feb50; EFO-2526. 



14 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



Ado r a da, rumba, de E. Baraldi. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts) 
© E. Baraidi, Pierrefitte, France, 
2Feb50, EFO-2524. 

C'est un tango de Rio; tango, musique de 

E. Baraldi. [Parts: orchestral © E. 
Baraldi, Pierrefitte, France; 2Feb50; 
EFO-2525. 

Estrella de Mayo; tango, musique de E. 
Baraldi. (With his C'est un tango de Rio) 
[Parts: orchestral © E. Baraldi, 
Pierrefitte, France; 2Feb50; EFO-2525. 

Marameo; paso-doble, musique de L. 
Baraldi. ( With his Rio argentado) 
[Parts: orchestra] © E. Baraldi, 
Pierrefitte, France; 2Feb50; EFO-2527. 

Methode; pour accordeon chromatique, par 
Ernest Baraldi. © E. Baraldi; 15Mar50; 
EFO-3067. 

Negrida; rumba, de E. Baraldi. (With 
his Adorada) [Piano-conductor score 
^orchestra) and parts] © E. Baraldi, 
Pierrefitte, France; 2Feb50; EFO-2524. 

Paris -Simplon; marche de E. Baraldi & 

F. Grare, transcription [by] Rene 
Marteau. [Score: mandolin orchestra or 
accordion band] © on transcription; E. 
Baraldi & F. Grare; 10Jan50; EFO-1682. 

Patty; Java mazurka, de E. Baraldi. 
[Parts: orchestra] © E. Baraldi, 
Pierrefitte, France; 2Feb50; EFO-2526. 

Pedrito mio; paso-doble, musique de E. 
Baraldi fc H. Alberto [pseud. ] [Condensed 
score (band and parts] © Editions F. 
Grare, Paris; 30Dec49; EFO-1596. 

Rio argentado; paso-doble, musique de 
E. Baraldi. [Parts: orchestra] 
© E. Baraldi, Pierrefitte, France; 
2Feb50; EFO-2527. 

Rosa d'Avila; tango de E. Baraldi fc H. Al- 
berto [pseud. ] [Parts: orchestra] © Edi- 
tions F. Grare, Paris; 31May50; 
EFO-3777. 

Sultane; marche pour harmonie ou fanfare, 
musique de Ernest Baraldi fc Andre 
Canard. [Condensed score (band) and 
parts] © Editions F. Grare, Paris; 
30Dec49 (in notice: 1950); EFO-1602. 

BARASH, MORRIS. 
Mizmor shir chanukas. SEE 
Lipitz, Louis. 

BARAT, JOSEPH EDOUARD. 1882- 
Lento et scherzo; pour cornet si bemol et 
piano, [by] J. E. Barat. [Score and 
part] I5fr. © Alphonse Leduc & cie. 
Paris; 1Nov49; EFO-1691. 
Reminiscences de Navarre; pour tuba en 
ut ou saxhorn basse si bemol et piano 
[by] J. Ed. Barat. [Score and parts] 
15 fr. © Alphonse Leduc et cie, Paris; 
20Apr50; EFO-3818. 

BARATTA, E 
Son geloso, samba, parole di Cambi, 
musica di E Baratta Roma, Edizioni 
musicali A.I D. A (With Bianco 
Mazza-bu-bti) [Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts, with words] 
<b Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49, EF0-1093. 



BARBE, ROGER, 1920- 
Plein vent. SEE Monnot, Marguerite. 

BARBER, SAMUEL, 1910- 

* Medea; [by] Samuel Barber. (G. Schirmer's 
edition of study scores, no. 53) [Score: 
orchestra] $3 © G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York; 30Dec49; EP43609. 

♦(Sonata, piano, op. 26) Sonata; for piano 
[by] Samuel Barber. $2. 50 © G. 
Schirmer, inc., New York; 20Jan50; 
EP44533. 

* (Symphony, no. 2, op. 19) Second symphony, 
op. 19, [by] Samuel Barber. (G. Schir- 
mer's edition of study scores of or- 
chestral works and chamber music, no. 55) 
[Miniature score] $3 © G. Schirmer, 
inc.. New York; 3May50; EP46941. 



BARBIER, RENE, 1890- 
Marche de l'Empereur pour l'ommegang 
1947; [by] Rene" Barbier. [Piano-conduc- 
tor score: band] 6fr. © Editions musi 
cales Brogneaux, Bruxelles, 15Dec49; 
EF0-1143. 
Marche de l'ommegang 1947; [by] Rene" 
Barbier. [Piano-conductor score: band] 
6fr. © Editions music ales Brogneaux, 
Bruxelles; 15Dec49; EF0-1145. 

BARBIROLLI, JOHN, 1899- 
In our hour of deepest need. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Wenn wir in hOchsten 
Nothen sein. 

BARBOUR, DAVID. 

Please treat her nicer; by Dave Barbour 
and Peggy Lee. [For voice and piano, 
with ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Cornell Music, inc. , New York; 
20Mar50; EP45082. Appl. states prev. 
reg. lDec49, EU186553. 

When you speak with your eyes. SEE 
Touzet, Rene. 

BARBOUR, HARRIOT BUXTON. 

*A story of music, by Harriot Buxton Bar- 
bour and Warren S. Freeman; illustrated 
by Martha Powell Setchell and Arthur 
Lougee. Rev. ed. 300 p. © on revi- 
sions k 1 new chap. ; C. C. Birchard fc 
Co., Boston; 5Jun50; A44432. 

BARBOUR, PEGGY LEE. 
Please treat her nicer. SEE 
Barbour, David. 



When you speak with your eyes. 
Touzet, Rene. 



SEE 



BARDUGONI, PINO, 1919- 
Aussi loin que je sois; rumba-bolero, 
paroles de Andre Montval [pseud. ] et 
Roger de Moliere, musique de P. Bar- 
dugoni et Jonsto [pseud. ] [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts. 
© Publications Andre Montval, Paris; 
150ct49; EF0-1398. 

Lunar. SEE Moliere, Roger de. 

BARDWELL, WILLI AM BRADLEY, 1915- 
(The goose in the garage) Sarabande; 
from The goore in the garage, for flute 
and pianoforte [by] William Bardwell. 
(Schott's woodwind series, no. 1) [Score 
and part] 2/- © Schott & Co. , ltd., 
London; 10May50; EFO-3398. 

HARELLI, AIME, 1917- 
Un simple mot; slow, paroles de Henri 
Contet, musique de Aime Barelli. 
© Soci6te d'editions musicales Inter- 
nationales, Paris; 16Apr48; EF15404. 

BARER, MARSHALL. 
I'm headin 1 west for a rest. SEE 
Wilder, Alec. 

BARKER, C. M. 
Sex polyfona miniatyrer. SEE Milveden, 
Ingmar. 

BARKER, CLEMENT W 
Organ fantasy; [by] Clement W. Barker. 
Based on hymn tune Benediction, by 
Edward J. Hopkins. 600 © on arrange- 
ment; R. D. Row Music Co., Boston; 
lMar50; EP44610. 

BARKLEY, SUSAN, pseud . SEE 
Mulvey, Irene, 1924- 

BARLOW, HAROLD, 1915- 
I've got tears in my ears from lyin' on my 
back in my bed while I cry over you; 
words and music by Harold Barlow. 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York; 21Dec49; 
EP43154. 

BARNARD, ELIZABETH, 1906- 
Songs to share; words by Elizabeth Laza- 
reno, music by Elizabeth Barnard. 
London, Curwen; New York, G. Schirmer, 
sole agents for U. S. A. (Curwen edition, 
8700) 3/- © Elizabeth Barnard; 14Apr50; 
EFO-2679. 



BARNBY, Sir JOSEPH, 1838-1896. 
When morning gilds the skies; for mixed 
voices S. A. T. B. , [by] J. Barnby, arr. 
by Kenneth E. Runkel. (Belwin octavo, 
no. 1037) [With piano ace. ] 150 
© on arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New 
York; 30Jan50; EP43884. 

BARNES, CLIFFORD PAULUS, 1897- 

Mattinata. SEE Leoncavallo, Ruggiero. 
♦Spring promenade; overture by Clifford 
P. Barnes. (Symphonic band series, 
no. 35) [Score and parts] $9 © Ludwig 
Music Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 13Jun50; 
EP47413. 
Zigany. SEE Nagy, Ferenz. 

BARNES, HOWARD ELLINGTON, 
1909- SEE 

Hollander, Hugo, pseud . ; Musel, Bob, 
pseud . ; Pasquale, Dino, pseud . 

BARNES, LEE. 
Blues for what I've never had; by Johnny 
Moore, Oscar Moore and Lee Barnes. 
[For voice and piano, with ukulele dia- 
grams and chord symbols] © St. Louis 
Music Corp. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
6Feb50; EP44440. 

BARNES, PANCHO, 1905- 
Song of the Air Force; words and music 
by Pancho Barnes. Muroc, Calif. , 
Oro Verde Pub. Co. © Pancho Barnes; 
12May50; EP46664. 

BARNETT, RALPH LEROY, 1911- 
Steel guitar one-step; by Ralph Barnett. 
© Clarence M. Reynolds d.b.a. Sooner 
Songs (BMI), Oklahoma City; 15Feb50; 
EP45077. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Steel guitar march, 3Nov49, EU1 83890. 

BARNETTE, MYLES. 
Dreams alone; words and music by Myles 
Barnette. © Croxton Pub. Co. , Los 
Angeles; 20Feb50; EP45362. 

BARNEY, FERN. 
I saw you cry last night; words and music 
by Ezra Bagley and Fern Barney. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
270ct49; EP46546. 

BARNHAM-KAPPEY, CECIL G 1895- 

O blessed wedding day; words and music 
by Cecil G. Barnham-Kappey, adapted 
by Wishart Campbell. © Canadian 
Music Sales Corp., ltd., Toronto; 
31Dec49 (in notice: 1948); EFO-2729. 

BARNHART, RALPH E. 
Stephen Foster medley. SEE Foster, S. C. 

BARON, MAURICE, 1889- 
Four American songs; French versions 
[and music] by Maurice Baron, [English] 
words by Charles W. Morris, Jack N. 
Hollingsworth, Ethel Dedman [and] Judy 
Plotts. $2 © M. Baron Co. , New York; 
lApr50 ; EP45363. 
Quatre airs romantiques. Four romantic 
songs, [by] Maurice Baron, English 
versions by Irwin Rowan. Paroles de 
Camiile Mauclair, Fernand Gregh [and] 
Francis Jammes. $2 © M. Baron Co., 
New York; lApr50; EP45367. 
Quatre melodies gracieuses. Four 
graceful melodies, [by] Maurice Baron, 
English versions by Irwin Rowan. 
Paroles de Tristan Dereme, Maurice 
Fombeure, Tristan Klingsor [and] Henri 
Regnier. $2 © M. Baron Co. . New York; 
lApr50; EP45364. 
Triptyque flamand. Flemish triptych. 
Paroles de Max Elskamp, musique de 
Maurice Baron. English version by 
Irwin Rowan. $2 © M. Baron Co. , New 
York; lAprSO; EP45365. 
Trois chansons dans antes. Three dancing 
tunes, [by] Maurice Baron, English 
versions by Irwin Rowan. Paroles de 
Edouard Dujardin, Paul GeYaldy [and] 
Paul Verlaine. $2 © M. Baron Co., 
New York; lAprSO; EP45366. 



15 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BAROVICK, FRED. 
Chopin waltz medley no. 1. SEE Chopin, 

F. F. 
Chopin waltz medley no. 2. SEE Chopin, 

F. F. 

BARRACLOUGH, RUTH. 
Dance in my arms. SEE Hall, David. 

BARRAINE. ELSA, 1910- 
Airs chant6s. SEE Poulenc, Francis. 

BARRATT, ALFRED. 
Serve ye Him. SEE Wilson, R. C. 
SEE In tune with June. 

BARRERA, CARLOS GOMEZ. SEE 
G6mez Barrera, Carlos. 

BARRETO. EDUARDO. 1908- 
La fee cubaine. SEE Doneddu, Arturo. 

BARRETO, MARINO. 
Rapsodia flamenco cubana; [by] Don Marino 
Barreto. [For piano] © Musics del Sur, 
Barcelona; 18May50; EFO-3296. 

BARRETT, ELIZABETH LUBORE. 
Just a glance; by Elisabeth Barrett. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Elizabeth L. Barrett; 26Jun50; 
EP47472. 

BARRETT, PAUL DAVIS. 1890- 
Just you; [words & music by Paul Barrett] 
© Paul Davis Barrett, d. b. a. Paul 
Barrett Music, San Francisco; 2lDec49; 
EP45224. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Jan49, EU153625. 

BARRIE. SIR JAMES MATTHEW, bart. . 

1860-193TT 

My house. SEE Bernstein, Leonard. 

Peter Pan. 
Never-land. SEE Bernstein, Leonard. 
Peter Pan. 

Peter, Peter. SEE Bernstein, Leonard. 
Peter Pan. 

Who am I? SEE Bernstein. Leonard. 
Peter Pan. 

BARROSO, ARY. 
(The three caballeros) II Guappo do Yaya; 
samba, dal film I tre caballeros, testo 
italiano di Laricl, testo originale e must- 
ca dl Ary Barroso. Arr. by Charles 
Hathaway. Os qulndins de Yaya. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © on Italian lyrics; Edizlonl 
Southern Music, Mi la no; 3Feb50; 
EFO-3572. 

BARROW, ROBERT GEORGE, 1911- 
Lord Jesus, Thy dear angel send. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Johannespassion. 

[BARROWS. JOHN R ] 

Big note cowboy songs; simplified for 
piano by Richard Huntley [pseud. ] 
[With words] © on arrangements; 
The Boston Music Co. , Boston; 22 Mar 50; 
EP45290. 

BARROWS, MARJORIE. 
Chanticleer. SEE Wells, J. T. 

BARROWS, WALT, pseud . SEE 
Whippo, Walter Barrows, 1922- 

BARRY, BILL, 1901- 
Let's go down to Louie's; words and music 
by Pinky Herman, Maurice Chachkes 
and Bill Barry. © Manor Music Co. , 
New York; 26May50; EP46840. 

BARRY, MAURICE, 1910- 
Quatre melodies. SEE Stirn, Daniel. 

BARSOTTI, ROGER. 
Celebrities; [by] Roger Barsotti, orches 
trated by Len Stevens. (Chappell & 
Co. 's orchestral works, no. 439) 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Chappell fr Co. , ltd. , London; 
19May50; EFO-3457. 



Jolly shipmates; nautical selection, by 
R. Barsotti. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © on arrange- 
ment; Bosworth & Co. , ltd. , London; 
28Jun44; EF15497. 

Sports review; by Roger Barsotti. 
[Melody with Instrumental cues] 6d 
© Chappell & Co.. ltd., London; 7Feb50; 
EFO-1884. 

BARTELS. PAT FREDA FLORENCE, 1913- 
The Trommer polka; [lyric and music by 
Pat Freda Florence Bartels, arr. by 
Joe Glover] © John F. Trommer, inc., 
Brooklyn; 20Mar50; EP45012. 

BARTH, HERBERT, 19iu- 
SEE Jahrbuch Der Musikwelt. 

BARTHEL, MAX, 1893- 
Standchen. SEE Wittmer, E. L. 

BARTHOLOMEW, BART. 
Always hand in hand with you; words and 
music by Bart Bartholomew. © Bart 
Bartholomew; 3Mar50; EP47325. 

BARTHOLOMEW, MARSHALL. 

Little innocent lamb; for four -part chorus 
of men's voices, a cuppella, Negro 
spiritual collected and arr. by Marshall 
Bartholomew. (G. Schlrmer, octavo 
no. 9907) 25£ © on arrangement; G. 
Schlrmer, inc. , New York; 14Jun50; 
EP47276. 

BARTLETT, E M 

You can't keep a good man down; words 
and music by E. M. Bartlett, adaptation 
by Albert E. Brumley. © Albert E. 
Brumley (in notice: Albert E. Brumley 
* Sons, Powell. Mo.; 3Jan50; EP45271. 

BARTLETT. FLOYD. 
Rough is the stuff love is made of. SEE 

Wisecarver. Ellsworth. 
The squares are getting around; words by 
Eve Parshaile, music by Floyd Bartlett. 
© Sherwood Music Co. , Hollywood. Calif. ; 
25Aug49; EP46645. 

BART6K, BE LA, 1881-1945. 

♦Seven sketches; [by] Bela Bartdk. Op. 9. 
Piano solo. Revised 1945 by the com- 
poser. $1 © on revision; Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp. , New York; 
17Mar50; EP44934. 

♦Ten easy pieces- for piano, by Bela 

Bart6k. edited with special annotations 
by Denes Agay. 75£ © on foreword, 
editing fc special annotations; Leeds 
Music Corp. . New York; 14Feb50; 
EP44328. 

BARTON, FREDERICK BUSHNELL. 
* Music as a hobby; how to have fun with 

music as a performer and as a listener. 

Rev. ed. 159 p. © on revisions & 

chap. 19; Harper A. Bros., New York; 

15 Mar 50; A41903. 

BARTOS, LEONHERTZKA, 1890- 
Aranka; Hungarian fantasie by Leon H. 
Bartos. [Score (violin and piano) and 
part] $1 © Leon Hertska Bartos; 
llFebSO; EP44996. Appl. states prey. 
reg. 27Feb48; EU121434. 

BARZUN, JACQUES. 

* Berlioz and the romantic century. [1st ed. ] 
[Six parts appeared in six magazines 
prior to publication] Boston, Little, 
Brown, 2 v. illus. (An Atlantic 
Monthly Press book) © on full-length 
book version; Jacques Barzun; lMay50; 
A43577. 

BASHAM, LEONARD EDWIN. 1918- 
Night scene; [by] Lenard Basham. 
Op. 6. [Score: string orchestra] 
© Leonard E. Basham; HApr50; 
EU200200. 
(Symphony) Symphony, in one movement; 
[by) Lenard Basham. [Score] ©Leonard 
E. Basham; 23Jan50; EU191081. 



BASILE, ENRICO, 1909- 
C'est une etoile; tango, de E. Basile, 
paroles de Charles Maillier. ( With his 
Peut-etre ce soir) [Parts: orchestra, 
with words] © Editions E. Basile. 
Cambrai; 4Apr50; EFO-3070. 
Peut-etre ce soir; tango, de E. Basile, 
paroles de R. L. Julien. [Parts: orches- 
tra, with words] © Editions E. Basile, 
Cambrai; 4Apr50; EFO-3070. 

BASORE, ULBURNE KING HOFFMAN. 
SEE 
Hoffman, Lilburne King. 



BASS, CONNOR. 
My Stone Mountain tulip. 
David. 



SEE Hall. 



BASTIDE, PAUL, 1879- 

*(La divine epopee) Ballet; [from] La 

divine 6popee (La passion) Poeme lyrique 
en 5 actes, un prologue et un epilogue 
de Charles He lien [pseud. ] et Pol d'Estoc 
[pseud. ]. muslque de Paul Bastide. 
[Partly for voice and piano, partly for 
piano solo] © Editions Joubert. Paris; 
31Dec43; EF15509. 

♦La divine epopee; La passion. Poeme 
lyrique en 5 actes. un prologue et un 
epilogue de Charles He lien [pseud. ] et 
Pol d'Estoc [pseud. ]. musique de Paul 
Bastide. [Piano-vocal score] © Editions 
Joubert. Paris; 31Dec43; EF15510. 

BASTIEN, ANDRE, 1908- 
Tchantsou; tango, paroles de Jean Rodor, 
[pseud. ] muslque de Andre Bastien. 
(With Scale, Tanl. Paganinl) [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with wordaj © Julio Gar son, Paris; 
30Dec49(in notice: 1950); EFO-2476. 

BASTQN, JOHN. 
Concerto no. 2; [by] John Baston, arr. by 
Walter Bergmann. (Schott's recorder 
series, 29) [Score (recorder and piano) 
and part] 2/- © on arrangement; Schott 
& Co., ltd., London; 21Apr50; 
EFO-3397. 
Concerto no. 2; for descant recorder, with 
an accompaniment of 2 violins and piano 
(harpsichord), viola and cello ad lib. , 
[by] John Baston, edited and arr. by 
Walter Bergmann. (Schott's series for 
recorders and strings, no. 9) [Score 
and parts] 4/ - © on arrangement; 
Schott fc Co., ltd., London; 21 Apr 50; 
EF0-3646. 

BASY, ALEXANDER. 

Vanka 'n' Tank a. SEE Dargomyzhskil, 
A. S. 

BATE, HORACE A 1899- 

Lift the latch; piano pieces, by Horace A. 
Bate. 2/6 © Forsyth Bros. , ltd., Lon- 
don; 13Mar50; EFO-2363. 

BATE. STANLEY. 

♦(Sonatina, recorder 4 piano) Sonatina; 
[by] Stanley Bate, for treble recorder 
or flute & piano. (Edition Schott, 10040) 
[Score and part] 3/6 © Schott fc Co. , 
ltd.. London; 21Apr50; EF0-3647. 



BATELL, JACQUELINE, 
Schlffmann, Jacqueline, 



SEE 



BATTAGLIA, G 
Ferragosto; swing, parole di R. Friggeri, 
musica di G. Battaglia, arr. di C. 
Guidali. Milano, Edizioni musical! 
ametiste. [Piano -conductor score (or- 
chestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 6Jan50; EFO-1821. 

BATTAILLE, HENRI, 1880- 
C'est un reve de jeune fille. SEE 
Richepin. T. F. D. 



BATTLE, BERNARD. 
I've got joy in my soul. 
Gerrell, D. A. 



SEE 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



BATTLES, DON. 1911- 
I want a little sugar. SEE Shisler, 
C. P. 

BATTS, ALFRED THOMAS, 1900- 
Ave Re gin a coelorum. SEE Power, 

Lionel. 
Beata progenies. SEE Power, Lionel. 

BAUDRY PINEAU. SIMONE. 1914- 
Les amants du di mane he. SEE 

Mesnier, Paul. 
Les amours de septembre. SEE 

Mesnier, Paul. 
Polka du petit trottin. SEE Mesnier, 

Paul. 
Quand une fille se marie. SEE 

Mesnier, Paul. 

BAUER, HAROLD, 1873- 

Four fugues. SEE Schumann. R. A. 

Four marches. SEE Schumann, R. A. 

The pianist's warming-up exercises; [by] 
Harold Bauer, for the maintenance and 
improvement of technical fluency and 
especially for the restoration of power and 
control to cold and stiff fingers. 75? 
© G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 17Mar50; 
EP45966. 

Scherzo, gigue, romanza and fughetta. 
SEE Schumann, R. A. 

Seven pieces in fughetta -form. SEE 

Schumann, R. A. 
Six concert -studies after caprices 

by Paganini. SEE Schumann, R. A. 

KonzertetQden nach Kapricen von 

Paganini, piano, op. 10. 
Studies after caprices by Paganini. 

SEE Schumann, R. A. Studien nach 

Kapricen von Paganini, piano, op. 3. 

BAUER. MARION. 1887- 
At the New Year; by Marion Bauer, for 
mixed voices, poem by Kenneth Patchen. 
(Choral music for mixed voices. A- 156) 
[With piano ace. ] 25? © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc. . New York; 
3Jan50; EP44477. 

BAUERNFEIND, HANS, 1908- 
Die Sonatine. SEE Scholz, E. C. 

BAUM, BERNIE, fifiguiJ. SEE 
Welsbaum, Bernard, 1929- 

THE BAUR BROTHERS. 
The little cottage by the lake; words by 
James Fosberg, music by The Baur 
Brothers. © Nordyke Pub. Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46503. 

BAUROSE. HERTA, 1914- 
Morave; sinfonischer Kolo, von Herts 
Baurose, bearb. von Hans Schneider. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Josef Weinberger, ltd. , Wien; 
lMar50; EF0-2586. 

BAVA, JOHN. 
One year ago; words and music by Jessie 
Mae Martin [and] John Bava. © Peer 
International Corp. . New York; 7Feb50; 
EP44566. 

BAVA, LUCY. 
This angel is my mother; words and music 
by Lillian V. Morley and Lucy Bava. 
© Peer International Corp. , New York; 
3Uan50; EP44760. 

BAY. MELBOURNE EARL, 1913- 
The Mel * Bay method for the modern 
guitar. St. Louis, L. Retter; sole 
selling agents: Debco Music Sales. $ 1 
© Melbourne Earl Bay; grade 4, Uun50; 
EP47130. 

BAYER. JOSEPH. 1852-1913. 
(La fee des poupees) La valse des poupees; 
extraite du ballet. La fee des poupees. 
de Joseph Bayer, transcript. J. Banon 
[pseud.] (Aurore, 121) [Condensed 
score: band] ©A. Cranz, d. b. a. Edi- 
tions A. Cranz, Bruxelles; 15Nov49; 
EF0-1199. 



BAYFORD, DUDLEY ESCOTT. 
Hop o 1 my thumb; by Dudley Bayford e. 
Charles Field. [Parts: band] © Bosworth 
& Co.. ltd., London; 26Jul49; EF15292. 

[BAYNES. KENNETH SYDNEY] 1912- 
Bavarian woodlands; by Ralph Frenkel 
[pseud. ] arr. by Augustus Franzel. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Dix, ltd., London; 3 lDec49; 
EF0-1504. 

BAYNTON-POWER, HENRY. 1890- 
The harvester's night song; two-port song, 
S. A. , words by Foster Richardson, 
music by H. Baynton -Power, prr. by J. 
Hunter -McBain. (Ascherberg's series 
of part-songs, no. 249) [With piano ace. ] 
6d. © on arrangement; Ascherberg, 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London; 16Dec49; 
EFO-1857. 

BEADELL, ROBERT, 1925- 
Look who's talking! SEE Harnick, S. M. 

BEALS, MAY, 1844-1905. 
The miner's tale. SEE Salpeter, Sophie. 

BEAMAN, MARY LOU. 
Morning song; by Mary Lou Beaman. 
[For piano] 30£ © J. Fischer & Bro. , 
New York; 17Mar50; EP45029. 

BEATRICE, MARIANNE. 
Why do you treat me like you do? Words 
9t music by Marianne Beatrice. 
© Sherwood Music Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Dec48; EP46649. 

BEATTIE, JOHN WALTER, 1885- 
*The American singer; [by] John W. Beattle, 
Josephine Wolverton, Grace V. Wilson 
[and] Howard Hlnga. © on modifications 
& new material; American Book Co. , 
New York; bk. 3, 3Jan50; A39561. 
♦The American singer; [by] John W. 

Beattie, Josephine Wolverton, Grace V. 
Wilson [and] Howard Hinga. [Rev. ed. ] 
© on changes to bring the book to date; 
American Book Co. , New York; bk. 2, 
10Feb50; AA142760. 
♦The American singer; [by] John W. 

Beattie, Josephine Wolverton, Grace V. 
Wilson [and] Howard Hinga. [Rev. ed. ] 
© on changes to bring the book up to date; 
American Book Co. , New York; piano 
accompaniments, bk. 1, 31 Mar 50; 
AA146727. 
•The American singer; [by] John W. 

Beattie, Josephine Wolverton, Grace V. 
Wilson [and] Howard Hinga. [Rev. ed. ] 
© on rev. ed. ; American Book Co. , New 
York; bk. 4; 9 Mar 50; A41684. 
♦The American singer; [by] John W. Beattie, 
Josephine Wolverton, Grace V. Wilson 
[and] Howard Hinga. © on modifications 
& new material; American Book Co. , 
New York; bk. 3, 3Jan50; A39561. 
♦The American singer; [by] William C. 
Bridgman [and] Louis Woodson Curtis. 
© American Book Co. , New York; 
advanced bk. , 3Jan50; A39940. 
♦(The American singer) Guide and ac- 
companiments to The American singer; 
[by] William C. Bridgman [and] Louis 
Woodson Curtis. © American Book Co. , 
New York; advanced bk, 14Apr50; A42871. 

BE ATT Y, JEANNE. SEE 
Beatty, Pansy Lee, 1886- 

BEATTY. MARGARITA. 
Don't you remember? Words and music' by 
Margarita Beatty. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug49; EP46182. 

BEATTY, PANSY LEE, 1888- 
Moonlight over Monterey; words and music 
by Jeanne Beatty. © Jeanne Beatty, 
Kansas City, Mo. ; 9Jun50; EP47416. 

Tamarind tree; words and music by 
Jeanne Beatty. © Jeanne Beatty, Kansas 
City, Mo. ; 29Mar50; EP45636. 



BEAUCAMP, ALBERT, 1921- 
Arlequlnade; pour trompette et piano, par 
A. Beaucamp. [Score and part] 12fr.50 
© Alphonse Leduc 4 cie, Paris; 70ct49; 
EFO-1428. 

BEAUREGARD, ABEL. 1902- 
Le chant des bongos. SEE Lear dee, 

Ernest. 
Massamba. SEE Leardee, Ernest. 

BEAULIEU, MARGARET Z 
Life has loveliness to sell; Barter, [by] 
Margaret Z. Beaulleu, [words by] Sara 
Teasdale. [Score: SATB and piano] 18£ 
© on arrangement; Paul A. Schmitt 
Maslc Co. , Minneapolis; 22Mar50; 
EP46197. 

BEAUMONT, CYRIL W. 
Le lac des cygnes. SEE Chaikovskii, P. I. 
The swan Lake. 

BEAUX, RENE, 1904- 
Linda Mala. SEE Rancurel, Eudore. 
Manouna. SEE Rancurel, Eudore. 

BEAVER, JACK. 
Dramatic melody; by Jack Beaver. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d. 
© Chappell fc Co. , ltd. , London; 
18May50; EFO-3477. 
Wheels of industry; by Jack Beaver. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d. 
© Chappell fc Co. , ltd. , London; 
18May50; EFO-3482. 

BECK, CONRAD ARTHUR, 1901- 
♦Choralsonate for Orgel; von Conrad Beck. 
(Edition Schott, 4149) © Schott & Co. , 
ltd., Mainz; 26 Apr50; EFO-3221. 

BECK, SYDNEY. 
Intrada and Paduana. SEE 
Schein, J. H. Banc net to musicale. 

BECKER, FRANZISKA, 1884- 
Tuttifftntchen. SEE Hindemith, Paul. 

BECKER, REMBERTO. 
Mi linda casita; bolero -guajir a, letra y 
rmisica de Remberto Becker, arr. de 
Juan E. Lazaga. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 50? 
© Peer y Compaflia, s.l., Habana; 
30Dec49; EFO-1129. 

BECKETT. HELEN BOYD. 
The sorrows of Werther; T. T. B. B. . [by] 
Helen Boyd Beckett, [words by W. M. 
Thackeray] (Weekes* male voice part 
songs, no. 52) [With piano reduction] 5d 
© A. Weekes & Co. . ltd. , London; 
5Nov49; EFO-2500. 

BECKETT, IVAN. 
Believing you care; words and music by 
Ivan Beckett. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 9Sep49; EP48544. 

BECKHARD, R. L. 
Te Deum. SEE Handel, G. F. 

BECKHARD, ROBERT L 1917- 

A widow's weeds; for full chorus of mixed 
voices with piano accompaniment, [by] 
Robert L. Beckhard, [words by] Walter 
De La Mare. (The Choral art series, 
2742) 22C © The Boston Music Co. , 
Boston; 16Jan50; EP43694. 

BECKMANN, HANS FRITZ. 
I love you, je t'aime. ich nab' Dich 

so lieb! SEE Gaze. Heino. 
Max, der Spatz. SEE Niessen, Josef. 
Warten will ich auf dich. SEE 
Schwandes, Gerd. 

BECUCCI, E 
Tesoro mlo; Italian song, music by E. 
Becucci, lyric by Dorothy Swank, arr. 
by [Betty Glynn of] the Oahu staff. 
(Oahu modern piano accordion course, 
[lesson] 40X) [English words) © on 
arrangement k lyrics; Oahu Pub. Co. , 
Cleveland; 26Apr50; EP46735. 



17 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BEDA. FRITZ LOHNER, pseud . SEE 
LOhner, Fritz, 1883-1M2T 

BEDELL, ROBERT LEECH, 1909- 
Bless ye the Lord. SEE De Bailhac, 
A. M. R. 

Lord most holy. SEE Saint- Requier, L. 

Priere a Notre Dame. Ave Maria. For 
organ by Robert Leech Bedell. 2-/ 
© Edwin Ashdown ltd. . London; 30Dec49; 
EF15166. 

BEDROS1AN. H. 
Two Armenian songs. SEE Sevanian, 
Ara. 

BEE, DAVID, pseud. SEE 
Craps, Ernest, 1903- 

BEEBE, HAROLD HENRY, 1926- 

1 could paint a picture of you; words by 
Orville Campbell, music by Hank Beebe. 
© Charles Music Co., Chapel Hill, N. C; 
lMar50; EP44736. 

BEELBY, MALCOLM, 1907- 
Decerober song; words: Gerda [pseud. ], 
music: Malcolm Beelby. © Malcolm 
Beelby fr Gerda M aline Beilenson; 
23Dec49; EP43727. 

BEERS, MARTIN VAN. 1895- 
Raspa. raspa. SEE Conrardy, Jean. 

BEETHOVEN, LUDWIG VAN, 1770-1827. 
Adagio. SEE HIS Symphony, no. 9, op. 125. 
Chorus of joy. SEE HIS 

Symphony, no. 9. 
(Concerto (Motion picture)) Theme from 
Appassionata sonata [by] Beethoven, arr. 
by King Palmer. [From the] film, 
Concerto. [For piano] © on arrange- 
ment; W. Paxton fr Co., ltd., London; 
4Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EFO-2460. 
Eroica, het leven van Ludwig van Bee- 
thoven. SEE Nolthenius, HGlene. 
Klaviersonaten. SEE HIS 
Sonatas, piano. 
Klavierstncke. SEE HIS 

Works, piano. 
Marche funebre. Treurmars; [by] L. 
van Beethoven, transcription de Jules 
Blangenois. (Aurore, 227) [Condensed 
score: band] ©A. Cranz. d.b.a. Editions 
A. Cranz, Bruxellea; 15Nov49; EF0-1204. 

Menuetto. SEE HIS 
Sonata, piano, no. 1, op. 2, no. 1. 

Oh, blest the house, whate'er befall; 
chorale for chorus of mixed voices, a 
cappella. [By] Ludwig van Beethoven 
edited by Matthew N. Lundquist. [Words 
by] Christoph Carl Ludwig von Pfeil 
English version by Catherine Winkworth. 
(Concordia church choir series, CH 63) 
17? © on editing; Concordia Pub. House, 
St. Louis; lDec49; EP43719. 

Piano sonatas. SEE HIS 
Sonatas, piano. 

Prayer; O God, whose glory reacheth far, 
[by] Ludwig van Beethoven, from the Six 
sacred songs, op. 48. [Edited by Arthur 
Motter Lamb], English text by A. M. L. 
(Middlesex series of choral works, no. 8) 
[Score: SATB (on 2 staffs) and organ or 
piano] 150 © Tracy Music Library, inc., 
Boston; lFeb50; EP45242. 

(Quartet, strings, no. 2, op. 18, no. 2) 
Scherzo in G; from String quartet, 
op. 18, no. 2 [by] Ludwig van Beethoven, 
arr. by Eric Steiner. [Two scores 
for 2 pianos] $1 © on arrangement; G. 
Schirmer, inc. , New York; 14Jun50; 
EP47277. 

(Romance, violin fr orchestra, op. 50) 
Romance; op. 50, pour clarinette si 
bemol avec accompagnement de piano 
[by] L. van Beethoven, [arr. by] A. 
Delcampe. [Score and part] 25 fr. 
© Editions musicales Brogneaux, 
Bruxelles; 25Dec49; EFO-3442. 



♦Rondo a capr iccio; [by] Ludwig van Beetho- 
ven. Op. 129. For the piano, newly 
edited by Erich Hertzmann, from the 
original manuscript. 75? © on editing fr 
note; G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
30Dec49; EP43610. 

Scherzo in G. SEE HIS 
Quartet, strings, no. 2, op. 18, no. 2. 

(Sonata, piano, no. 1, op. 2, no. 1) Menu- 
etto; from Sonata op. 2, no. 1 [by] Lud- 
wig van Beethoven, 2d piano part by 
Louise Godfrey Ogle. (Music for two 
pianos, four hands, 40092) [Two scores] 
$1 © on 2d piano part; Theodore Pressor 
Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 20Apr50; 
EP45704. 

(Sonata, piano, no. 14. op. 27, no. 2) 
Evening song; TTBB accompanied from 
Beethoven Sonata, op. 27, no. 2, arr. 
by Frederic Joslyn words adapted from 
a German poem. (Harold Flammer 
choral series, 82151) 16? © on arrange- 
ment; Harold Flammer, inc. , New York; 
20Apr50; EP45710. 

(Sonata, piano, no. 14, op. 27, no. 2) 
The moonlight sonata; [by] Beethoven, 
music adapted by Henry Geehl, words by 
Phyllis Harding. (Enoch choral series, 
no. 266) [Score: SATB and piano; voice 
parts also in tonic sol-fa notation] 6d 
© on words fr arrangement; Edwin Ash- 
down, ltd.. London; 21 Jun50; EFO-3769. 

* (Sonatas, piano) Klaviersonaten; [byj 

Ludwig van Beethoven, nach den Auto- 
graphen und Erstdrucken rekonstruiert 
von Heinrich Schenker, neue Ausg. rev- 
idiert von Erwin Ratz. Piano sonatas, 
after the manuscripts and the original 
printings. New edition. (U[niversal] 
E[dition] 8a-8b) © on reconstruction, 
revision fr editing; Universal-Edition, 
Wien, v. 1, 240ct46; v. 2, 18Nov46; 
EF15524-15525. 
♦(Sonatas, piano) Klaviersonaten; [by] 
Ludwig van Beethoven, nach den Auto- 
graphen und Erstdrucken rekonstruiert 
von Heinrich Schenker, neue Ausg. 
revidiert von Erwin Ratz. Piano sonatas; 
after the mss. and the original printings. 
New ed. (Universal -Edition, 9a, 9b) 
© on reconstruction, revision fr editing; 
Universal -Edition, Wien; Heft 3, 17Apr47; 
Heft 4, 17Apr47; EF15547-15548. 

* (Sonatas, violin fr piano) Sonaten; [by] 

Beethoven, [Urtext] nach Eigenschriften, 
Erst- und Fruhdrucken hrsg. von Walther 
Lampe und Kurt Schaffer. [Score and 
part] © on editing; G. Henle Verlag, 
Munchen; Bd. 1, 14Dec49; EF0-1748. 
(Symphony, no. 9) Chorus of joy; from 
tne Ninth symphony, [by] L. van Beetho- 
ven. Arr. by Noble Cain. [English 
words by N. C. ] (Pro Art choral, 
no. 1190) [Score: SATB and piano] 20? 
© on arrangement; Pro Art Publications, 
New York; llMar50: EP44833. 
(Symphony, no. 9) Tomorrow's world; 
melody from Beethoven's Ninth symphony, 
for four -part chorus of mixed voices, 
[words by] Tennyson, arr. by Ruth 
Brmpton. (Selected chorpl series, 
no. 43, 220) [With piano ace. 1 15? 
© The Raymond A. Hoffman Co. . Chicago; 
27Feb50; EP44687. 
(Symphony, no. 9, op. 125) Adagio; from 
Beethoven's 9th symphony. Adaptation 
for organ by F. C. Schreiber. $1 ©on 
adaptation; Elkan-Vogel Co., inc., 
Philadelphia; 28Feb50; EP44794. 
Tomorrow's world. SEE HIS 

Symphony, no. 9. 
♦(Variations, violoncello fr piano) 

Variationen; [by] Beethoven, hrsg. von 
Hans MOnch-Holland und GOnter Henle. 
Urtext. [Score and part] © on editing; 
G. Henle-Verlag. Munchen; 15Nov49; 
EF0-989. 
Vom Tode. Death; [by] Ludwig van 
Beethoven. Op. 48, no. 3. Edited by 
Franz Rupp, [words by] Christian 
Furchtegott Gellert. {In Rupp, Franz, ed 
Marian Anderson album of songs and 
spirituals, p. 26-27) © on editing; G. 
Schirmer, inc.. New York; HJun48; 
EP44235. 



The wishing well. SEE Bonacio, Bennie. 

♦(Works, piano) KlavierstOcke; [by] 

Beethoven, nach Eigenschriften, Erst- 
und Fruhdrucken hrsg. von Walther 
Lampe. [Urtext] © on new edition; G. 
Henle Verlag, Munchen; Bd. 1-2. 
14Mar50; EF0-2667. 

BEETZ, CHARLES J 
Gay butterflies; piano solo by Charles J. 
Beetz, transcribed from Braille by 
Florence Dix Kronsky. 30? © Schroeder 
fr Gunther, inc., Rhinebeck, N. Y. ; 
3Jan50; EP43258. 
In a rowboat; piano solo, by Charles J. 
Beetz, transcribed from Braille by 
Florence Dix Kronsky. 40? © Schroeder 
fr Gunther, inc., Rhinebeck, N. Y. ; 
3Jan50; EP43262. 

BEHNING, ARTHUR V 
In a little bit of heaven, I'll be loving you; 
[by] Walter D. McGlone, Jr. [and] 
Arthur V. Behnlng. [For voice and piano] 
© House of Irish Songs, Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Mar50; EP44842. 

BEHRENS, J D 

Won't you come back to me? Words and 
music by Jack Behrens. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 2Dec49; 
EP45255. 

BEILENSON. GERDA MALINE, 1903- 
December song. SEE Beelby, 

Malcolm. 
Sad case; by Gerda [pseud. ] For voice 

and piano, with chord symbols] 

©Keyboard, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 

2May50; EP46005. Appl. states prev 

reg. 8Mar50, EU196371. 

BEISSERT, CHARLOTTE. 
Going to market; by Charlotte Beissert, 
piano solo with large notes. 30? 
© Clayton F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 
29Dec49; EP43725. 

[BELKNAP, JOHN CURTIS] 1911- 
Try it out; words and music by Michael 
Craig [pseud. ] © BMI Canada, ltd. , 
Toronto; 19Jun50; EF0-3671. 

BELL, LESLIE R 
Could it be you? Words and music by 
Leslie Bell. 50? © Canadian Music 
Sales Corp. , ltd. , Toronto; 20Apr50; 
EFO-3680. 
Loch Lomond; old Scotch song, arr. by 
Leslie R. Bell for treble voices. [Score: 
SSAA and piano reduction] © on arrange- 
ment; Shawnee Press, inc. , East 
Stroudsburg, Pa.; 7Jun50; EP47373. 

Music in my heart. SEE Cable, 
Howard. 

BELL, SYLVANA. 
I am on the battle-field for my Lord. 
SEE Banks, E. V. 

BELLEAU, REMI. 
La ronde sans fin du bell oiseau. SEE 
Lagourgue, Charles. Melodies 
vieillotes, op. 137, no. 2. 

BELLIARD, MAXIME. 1888- 
♦(Concerto, piano, op. 81) Concerto; 

Capriccio polonais, pour piano et orches- 

tre [by] Maxime Belliard. op. 81. 

[Score: 2 Pianos] © Maxime Belliard; 

140ct49; EF0-2587. 

BELLIN, LEWIS. 
Is there anything wrong with that? 
SEE Silver, Abner. 

BELUNI, RENATO. 1896- 
(Prelude, orchestra) Preludio; [by] Renato 
Bellini, lnterpretazione orchestraie dl 
Antonio Sabino. [Score] © on arrange- 
ment; G. Ricordi fr C. , Milano; 7Apr50; 
EU199703. 
Umoresca; [by] Renato Bellini, lnter- 
pretazione orchestraie di Antonio Sabino. 
[Score: orchestra] © on arrangement; 
G. Ricordi fr C. Milano; 7Apr50; 
EU199702. 



18 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



BELLMAN, CARL MICHAEL, 1740-1795. 

Song of Haga. Om Haga. For Three -part 
Chorus of women's voices with piano ac- 
companiment, English version by Fairfax 
Downey from the original Swedish, words 
and melody by Karl Mikael Bellman, arr. 
by Carl Deis. (G. Schirmer, octavo no. 
9872) [English words] 22? © on arrange- 
ment and English words; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York; 14Mar50; EP45967. 

Ulla, min Ulla, saj far jag dej bjuda; 
[by] CM. Bellman, sflttn. [by] R. 
Norrman. (Gehrmans trestammiga kor- 
sanger, nr 17) [Close score: chorus 
(SABar)] Kr.0:40 © on arrangement; 
A-b. Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, 
Stockholm; Uan47; EF15592. 

BELLOBUONO, FILIPPO, 1900- 
Oj muciaci. SEE Guarino, G. M. 
Le rose rosse. SEE Maietti, Aldo. 
Soledad. SEE Magnani, Enrico. 
Sulle 23. SEE Nicelli, Ernesto. 

BELLOC, fflLAIRE, 1870- 
The birds. SEE Wilson, R. B. 

BELLOW. ALEXANDER, 1912- 
Valse no. 10. SEE Chopin, F. F. 
Waltzes, piano, op. 69. 

[BELTRAMO, CARLO] 1892- 
(Come le stelle) How like the stars; a 
serenade, music [by] C. Malberto 
[pseud. ], lyrics [by] Sam Heppner. Is 
© on English words; Music Box Publi- 
cations (S. Wolfgang), London; 22Aug49; 
EF0-1742. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
Come le stelle, 6May40, 63197. 

BELTRAN RUIZ. PABLO. 
Somos dlferentes. Slamo different!, 
bolero, testo it a llano dl Laricl [and] 
Testonl, testo orlginale e musica dl 
Pablo Beltran Ruiz. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on Italian lyrics; Edizioni Southern 
Music, Milano; 3Feb50; EF0-3579. 

BEMENT, GWYNN SMITH. 1895- 
As I was going to Banbury; four -part 
chorus of mixed voices, English folk 
song arr. by Gwynn S. Bement. (Row 
octavo series, 701) [With piano ace. ] 16£ 
© on arrangement; R. D. Row Music Co., 
Boston; 28Dec49; EP43513. 
As I was going to Banbury; men's voices, 
English folk song arr. by Gwynn S. 
Bement. (Row octavo series, 507) 
[With piano ace. ] 16£ © on arrangement; 
R. D. Row Music Co., Boston; 28Dec49; 
EP43511. 
As I was going to Banbury; three -part 
chorus of women's voices, English folk 
song arr. by Gwynn S. Bement. (Row 
octavo series, 603) [With piano ace . ] 16£ 
© on arrangement; R. D. Row Music Co., 
Boston; 28Dec49; EP43512. 

Hares on the mountains; for four-part 
chorus of men's voices, English folk 
song arr. by Gwynn S. Bement. (Row 
octavo series, 508) [With piano ace. ] 16£ 
© on arrangement; R. D. Row Music Co., 
Boston; 28Dec49; EP43509. 

Hares on the mountains; for four -part 
chorus of mixed voices. English folk 
song arr. by Gwynn S. Bement. (Row 
octavo series, 702) [With piano ace. ] 16£ 
© on arrangement; R. D. Row Music Co. , 
Boston; 28Dec49; EP43507. 

Hares on the mountains; for three -part 
chorus of women's voices, English folk 
song arr. by Gwynn S. Bement. (Row 
octavo series, 605) [With piano ace. ] 16? 
© on arrangement; R. D. Row Music Co., 
Boston; 28Dec49; EP43510. 

Nae mair we'll meet again; for four -part 
chorus of mixed voices, Scottish folk 
song arr. by Gwynn S. Bemenf. (Row 
octavo series, 704) [With piano reduc- 
tion] 16£ © on arrangement; R. D. Row 
Music Co., Boston; 28Dec49; EP43504. 



Where the Tisza's torrents; for chorus of 
men's voices, Hungarian folk song arr. 
by Gwynn S. Bement. (Row octavo series, 
509) [With piano ace] 18£ © on arrange- 
ment; R. D. Row Music Co., Boston; 
28Dec49; EP43505. 
Where the Tisza's torrents; for chorus of 
mixed voices, Hungarian folk song arr. 
by Gwynn S Bement. (Row octavo 
series, 703) [With piano ace. ] 18? 
© on arrangement; R. D. Row Music Co. , 
Boston. 28Dec49, EP43506. 
Where the Tisza's torrents; for chorus of 
women's voices, Hungarian folk song 
arr. by Gwynn S. Bement. (Row octavo 
series, 604) [With piano ace. ] 18£ 
© on arrangement; R. D. Row Music Co., 
Boston; 28Dec49; EP43508. 

BEMIS, CONNIE. 
Petticoat polka; simplified piano solo, 
with words, [music by Connie Bemis, 
words by Katharine Bainbridge] Child- 
ren's ed. 35C © Robbins Music Corp. , 
New York; 23Mar50; EP46829. 

BENATZKY, RALPH, 1884- 
The famous Nuns' chorus. SEE 
Strauss, Johann. Casanova. 

BENEDETTO. PASQUALE, 1912- 
La famiglia numerosa; mazurka, musica 
di L. Benedetto, parole di A. Mari. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Marietta, 
Roma; 28Dec49; EF0-1304. 

BENEDICT, ERNEST. 
Red lips and red wine; lyrics [by] D. 
Brandon [and] J. Glass, music [by] E. 
Benedict [and] F. Zajc. © Colonial 
Music Pub. Co. , inc. , New York; 
3May50; EP47525. Appl states prev. 
reg. as Red wine, 1945, 436794 and as 
Red lips and red wine, 1948, 137759. 
When I comb my hands through the sands 
of Texas; words and music by Roy West, 
Lenny Sanders [and] Ernest Benedict. 
© Peer International Corp. , New York; 
6Dec49; EP43839. 

BENEDICT, GEORGE. 
Men of God. SEE Wilkinson, Harry. 

BENEDICTUS, RAY. 
Favorite pieces and songs. SEE Mason, 
M. B. 

BENE§, JARA, 1897-1949. 
Five o'clock beim Blumenstock; Chanson- 
polka. Worte: Willi Fuchs, Musik: Jara 
Benes. © Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky) K. G. , Wien; 4Feb50; 
EFO-2331. 

(Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau) Heute 
hat mich das GlQck e in man gern; English 
waltz, Worte von Hugo Wiener, Musik 
von Jara Benes, Arrangement von Bruno 
Uher. Aus der Revue -Operette, Gruss 
und Kuss aus der Wachau. (With his 
(Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau) Komm 
heute nacht zu mir) [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on arrangement; Jos. Aibl (Wiener 
Operettenverlag), Wien; 14Jul49; 
EF0-J263. 

(Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau) Komm 
heute Nacht zu mir; Polka aus aer Op- 
erette, Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau. 
Musik: Jara Bene£, Worte: Fritz Eck- 
hardt. © Jos. Aibl (Wiener Operetten- 
verlag) Wien; 12Jul49; EFO-1262. 

(Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau) Komm 
heute nacht zu mir; swing polka, Worte 
von Fritz Eckhardt, Musik von Jara 
Benes, Arrangement von Bruno Uher. 
Aus der Revue-Operette, Gruss und Kuss 
aus der Wachau. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on arrangement; Jos. Aibl (Wiener 
Operettenverlag), Wien; 14Jul49 
EF0-1263. 



Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau; Revue- 
Operette in drei Akten von Hugo Wiener 
und Kurt Breuer, Gesangstexte von Fritz 
LOhner-Beda [pseud. ], Hugo Wiener und 
Fritz Eckhardt, Musik von Jara Benes. 
[Libretto] © Jos. Aibl (Wiener Operetten- 
verlag), Wien; 30Jul49; DPO-16. 

Heute hat mich das Gluck einmai gern. 
SEE HIS 
Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau. 

(Kathrin und die W under lampe) MOchte 
gern alle Blumen dir bringen; aus der 
Operette, Kathrin und die W under Lampe. 
Worte, Hugo Wiener, Musik, Jara Benes, 
Klavier -Arrangement, Bruno Uher. 
© Josef Weinberger, ltd. , Wien; 30Oct49; 
EFO-1852. 

Komm heute nacht zu mir. SEE HIS 
Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau. 

MOchte gern alle Blumen dir bringen. 
SEE HIS 
Kathrin und die Wunder lampe. 

BEN^T, ROSEMARY (CARR) 1900- 
Abigaii Adams. SEE Kubik, Gail. 
Nancy Hanks. SEE Kubik, Gail. 

BENET, STEPHEN VINCENT, 1898-1943. 
In a glass of water before retiring. 
SEE Bergsma, W. L. 

Miles Standish. SEE Kubik, Gail. 

Oliver De Lancey. SEE Kubik, Gail. 

Peregrine White and Virginia Dare. 

SEE Kubik, Gail. 
Woodrow Wilson. SEE Kubik. Gail. 

BENE'T, WILLIAM ROSE, 1886- 
Ritual. SEE Babin, Victor. 

BENGTSSON. FRANS G. 
Sommar dansen, och andra visor. SEE 
Lemhagen, Emil. 

BENGTSSON, FRITZ. 
Vfir egen stig. SEE Turesson, Gunnar. 

BEN-HAIM. PAUL, 1897- 
Berceuse sfaradite; [by] P. Ben-Haim, 
[revised by the composer] [For piano] 
© Israel Music Edition, Tel -Aviv, Israel; 
14Jun49; EF15569. 

BENITEZ. VIDAL. , 

Mayuba; so n-afro, letra y musica de 
Vidal Benitez, arr. de Juan E. Lazaga. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] 50ctvs. © Peer y 
CoxnpaMa, s. 1. , Habana; 30 Dec 4 9; 
EFO- 1 280. 

BENJAMIN, ALFRED. 
Oh, what pleasure is the hunter's song. 
SEE Hall, David. 

BENJAMIN. ARTHUR, 1893- 
A tall story; author unknown, music by 
Arthur Benjamin. [Score: chorus (SA) 
and piano; voice parts also in tonic 
sol-fa notation] 6d. © Boosey fit Co. , 
ltd.. London; 16Aug49; EF15491. 

BENJAMIN, BENNIE, 1907- 
I may hate myself in the morning, for 

falling in love tonight. SEE Dick, 

Dorothy. 
I'll never be free. SEE Weiss, George. 
Oh! my darling. SEE Weiss, George. 

BENNARD. GEORGE. 
The old rugged cross; by Geo. Bennard, 
[arr. by Hugo Frey; recitation by Mary 
Ann Eager] New York, Robbins. [For 
voice and piano] © on arrangement & 
recitation; The Rodeheaver Co. ; 8May50; 
EP46963. 

BENNER. TORD. 
(Vrakgods) Vindarna sjunger; Sitas visa 
[from] Vrakgods, ord av Prins Wilhelm, 
musik av Tord Benner. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] Kr. 2 
© Ab Carl Gehrmans musikfffrlag, Stock- 
holm; 18Apr50; EF0-3554. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BENNETT. DAVID. 
Csardas. SEE Monti, Vittorio. 

* Trombone troubadours; for quartet of 

trombones with band or piano accompani- 
ment, (by] David Bennett. (Two pianp- 
conductor scores and parts] $7.50 
© on arrangement; Carl Fischer, inc.. 
New York; 30Dec40; EP43285. 

BENNETT. ROBERT RUSSELL. 1894- 
Beat out that rhythm on a drum. SEE 

Bizet, Georges. Carmen (Carmen Jones) 
Suite of old American dances; [by] Robert 

Russell Bennett. [Part: violin 1] 

© Chappell & Co. , inc. , New York; 

16Jun50; EU207768. 

BENOIT, PAUL, 1893- 

Dilezisti; introit du commun des vlerges, 
[by Dom Paul Benoit] (In his_ Quatre 
preludes, p. 11-12) [For organ] 
© J. Fischer * Bro., New York; 2Mar50; 
EP44897. 

Gaudens gaudebo; [by] Dom Paul Benoit. 
(In his Quatre preludes, p. 2-5) [For 
organT © J. Fischer fc Bro. , New York; 
2Mar50; EP44895. 

Prelude a un introit du ler mode; [by Dom 
Paul Benoit] (In hls_ Quatre preludes, 
p. 13-16) [For organ] © J. Fischer & 
Bro. , New York; 2Mar50; EP44898. 

Quatre preludes; pour grand orgue, by 
Dom Paul Benoit. New York. J. Fischer 
[1950] (Fischer edition, no. 8509) $1.50 
Contents separately registered: EP44895- 
44898. 

Spiritus Domini; [by Dom PpuI Benoit] 
(In_his Quatre preludes, p. 6-10) [For 
organ) © J. Fischer & Bro. , New York; 
2Mar50; EP44896. 

BENSON, GEORGE NATHANIEL, 1873- 
My little man. SEE Hull, R. F. 



BENSON, NOEL, 

Wilson. Ira Bishop, 



SEE 
'880- 



BENSON, ROY. 
Rainbow of roses; words [by] Elsie Birt 
Byers, music [by] Roy Benson. 
© Byers Music Pub. , Elsie Birt Byers, 
sole owner. Fort Wayne; 20 Apr 50; 
EP46601. 

BENTLEY, BERENICE BENSON. 
Saucy blackbird; piano solo by Berenice 
Benson Bentley. 400 © Clayton F. 
Summy Co. , Chicago; 5Jun50; EP47008. 

BENTZON, J0RGEN, 1897- 

*Racconto nr.5; op. 46 [by] J^rgen Bentzon. 
[Miniature score: flute, oboe, clarinet, 
horn and bassoon] © Skandinavisk 
musikforlag, a/s, K^benhavn; 15Nov49 
(in notice: 1948); EFO-2554. 

BENTZON, NIELS VIGGO, 1919- 
* (Chamber concert, no. 1, op. 52) Chamber 
concert; for 11 instruments [by] Niels 
Viggo Bentzon. Op. 52. (Wilhelm 
Hansen edition, nr.3851) [Score: clari- 
net, bassoon, 2 trumpets, 3 pianos, 
bass kettle drums, snare drum and tri- 
angle] © Wilhelm Hansen, muslk-forlag, 
Kpbenhavn; 15May50; EFO-3624. 

♦(Concerto, piano, op. 49) Concerto pour 
piano et orchestre, reduction a deux 
piano, [by] Niels Viggo Bentzon. Op. 49. 
(Wilhelm Hansen edition, nr. 3839) 
[Score] © Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Kobenhavn; 19Dec49; EFO-2428. 
(Etude, piano, op. 48, no. 1) Koncert- 
etude, op. 48, nr. 1; [by] Niels Viggo 
Bentzon. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, 
nr. 3840) © Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forlag, Kobenhavn; 2Feb50; EFO-3006. 
(Etude, piano, op. 48, no. 2) Koncert- 
etude, op. 48, nr. 2; [by] Niels Viggo 
Bentzon. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, 
nr. 3841) © Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forlag, Kobenhavn; 2Feb50; EF0-3007. 



(£tude, piano, op. 48, no 3) Koncert- 
etude, op. 48, nr. 3; [by] Niels Viggo 
Bentzon. (Wilhelm Hansen edition, 
nr. 3842) © Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forlag, Kobenhavn; 2Feb50; EFO-3008. 
♦(Sonata, horn fc piano, op. 47) Sonata; 
[by] Niels Viggo Bentzon. Sonate. 
[Op. 47] (Wilhelm Hansen edition, nr. 
3842) [Score and part] © Wilhelm 
Hansen, muslk-forlag, Kobenhavn; 
29Mar50; EFO-3625. 

BERBIGUIER, BENOIT TRANQUILLE, 
1782-1838. 

♦Dix-huit exercices ou etudes; de Berbiguler, 
entierement revus, corriges et annotes, 
par Marcel Moyse. Berbiguler* s eighteen 
exercises or studies. 17.50 © Alphonse 
Leduc & cie, Paris; 30Sep49; EFO-1341. 

♦(Etudes caracteristiques, flute, op. 138) 
Grandes Etudes caracteristiques; de 
Berbiguler, entierement revues, cor- 
rig£es et annot6es par Marcel Moyse. 
Berbiguler' s great characteristic studies. 
27. 50 © on revision, correction & an- 
notation; Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 
30Sep49; EFO-1340. 

BERCELLER, OSCAR, 1897- 
The key; a waltz song, music by Oscar 
Berceller, words by Harold Cluff . 
© Canadian Music Sales Corp. , ltd. , 
Toronto; 130ct48; EF15463. 
Lost romance; lyric by Gisele [pseud.], 
music by Oscar Berceller. 50? 
© Canadian Music Sales Corp. , ltd. , 
Toronto; 16Jan50; EFO-2731. 

Love by candlelight; words by Pat Paterson, 
music bv Oscar Berceller. 50c" 
© Canadian Music Sales Corp. , ltd. . 
Toronto; 3Dec46; EF15140. 

BERCH, JACK. 

Album of Songs of brotherly love. 
SEE Redmond, John. Songs of 
brotherly love. 

BERDACH, RUDOLF. 1899- 
Fraulein, Oinen mocht' ich treu sein. 

SEE Macku, Edi. 
Im Stadtpark am Abend nach Zehn. 
SEE Perne, Lucie. 



BERG, BARBARA, pseud. 
Popp, Barbara, 1889- 



SEE 



BERG, ERIK, 1920- 
For tyrste gang. SEE Ravn, Georges. 
Et l^fte uden ord. SEE Pagsberg, Boris. 

BERG, G ADOLPH. 

Keep looking to the Lord; [by] G. Adolph 
Berg, har. H.G.T. (In Hymn lovers 1 
magazine, v. 3, no. o7~p. 24-25) 
[Close score: SATB] © G. Adolph Berg; 
25Aug49; B5-12498. 

BERG, GOTTFRID, 1889- 
Befail i Herrens hftnder; [by] Gottfrid Berg, 
[for] or gel. [From] Fern koralpartitor. 

© Ab Nordlska musikfOrlaget, Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15633. 

I derma ltuva sommartld; [by] Gottfrid 
Berg, [for] orgel. [From] Fern koral- 
partitor. © Ab Nordlska musikfOrlaget, 
Stockholm; Uan48; EF15634. 

Llrklans sfrrig tr icke llngh; [by] Gottfrid 
Berg, [words by Lars Wivallius] 
[Score: chorus (SAT)] © A. -b. Nordlska 
musikfOrlaget, Stockholm; 4Nov49; 
EFO-2540. 

Lov vare diff, o Jesu Krist; [by] Gottfrid 
Berg, [for] orgel. [From] Fern koral- 
partitor. © Ab Nordlska musikfOrlaget, 
Stockholm; Uan48; EF15631. 

O gode Ande, led du mig; [by] Gottfrid 
Berg, [for] orgel. [From] Fern koral- 
partitor. © Ab Nordlska musikfOrlaget, 
Stockholm; Uan48; EF15632. 

Vi tacke dig, O Jesu god; [bv] Gottfrid 
Berg, [for] orgel. [From] Fern koral- 
partitor. © Ab Nordlska musikfOrlaget, 
Stockholm; Uan48; EF15599. 



BERG, UNASANDELL- SEE 
Sandell-Berg. Una, 1832-1903. 

BERG. POUL, 1897- 
En lille strofe, jeg har gemt. SEE 
M/>ller. Kai. John og Irene. 

BERG, TONI, 1908- 
Elne Frau die wunschlos giQckUch 1st; 
Lied und Slow-fox, ">rt: Franz Josef 
Hub, Musik; Toni Berg. © A-Tempo 
Verlag, Karl Wewerka, Wien; 29Dec49; 
EFO-3392. 

BERGAMINI, FEDERICO, 1906- 

Black rose; slow. [Musica e arr. ] di F. 
Bergamlnl. [Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Arion edlzioni 
musicali, Mllano; 23Jan50; EFO-2690. 

Cambiati la faccia; samba allegra. Parole 
di Pinchl [pseud. ], musica di F. Berg- 
amlnl. [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Arion 
edlzioni musicall, Mllano; 280ct49; 
EFO-2688. 

Coney Island; fox -trot. [Musica e arr. ] 
di F. Bergamlnl. [Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Arion edlzioni 
musical!, Mllano; 23Jan50; EFO-2691. 

Dimmi, dimmi; slow. Parole di Biri 
[pseud. ], musica di F. Bergamlnl. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edlzioni Mascheronl, 
Mllano; 23Mar50; EFO-3120. 

El pamperito; [samba allegra], musica di 
Lorenzi [pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Arion edlzioni 
musical!, Mllano; 4Apr50; EF0-3127. 
Tu se mi vuoi bene; slow. Musica di F. 
Bergamini, parole di A. R. Borella. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Carisch, s. a., 
Milan; 2Nov49; EFO-1046. 

BERGANTINE, BORNEY. 
Watch your step; lyric by Al Crocker, 
music by Borney Bergantine. © Frank 
Music Corp., New York; HMay50; 
EP46630. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
National safety song, 12Dec49, EU 187 64 7. 

BERGENDOFF. CONRAD JOHN 

IMMANUEL. 

Holy art Thou, O Lord. SEE 
Fryxell, R. H. 

BERGER, ARTHUR VICTOR, 1912- 
♦Three pieces for string orchestra; [by] 
Arthur Berger. [Score and parts] $2 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc.. 
New York; 14Mar50; EP45113. 

BERGER, JEAN. 
The 150th psalm; S. A. T. B. , a cappella, 
[by] Jean Berger. (Choruses in octavo 
form, 8512) [With piano reduction] 20£ 
© J. Fischer & Bro., New York; 
30Jan50; EP44185. 

BERGER, RODOLPHE. 
There are dreams in your eyes when we 
dance. Amoureuse. Music by Rodolphe 
Berger, original words by Maurice 
de Feraudy, English words by Winifred « 
May. 2/- © on English lyrics; Liber- 
Southern, ltd., London; 12 Apr50; 
EF0-3663. 

BERGER, THEODOR, 1905- 
* Rondo ostinato; [by] Theodor Berger, 
nach einem spanlschen Motiv, fur 
grosses Blasorchester und Schlagwerk. 
(Universal-Edition, 11855) [Score: band] 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; 4May50; 
EFO-3432. 

BERGER, WILHELM PETERSON. SEE 
Peterson-Berger, Wilhelm, 1867- 

BERGGREN, HANS, 1906- 
By-melodlen; words and music by Hans 
Berggren. (Melody and chord symbols, 
with words) © Hans Berggren; 7Feb50; 
EP44158. 



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BERGH, ARTHUR, 1882- 
Praise the Lord! S. A. T. B. , (by) Arthur 
Bergh. anon, [words], 3rd verse. 
Edward Oslen. (Birchard anthems, no. 
2034) [With organ ace. J 25C © C. C. 
Birchard fc Co., Boston; 18May50; 
EP46845. 

BERGLUND. JOEL. 
Stiller Friede. Stilla frid; dikt av Helmuth 
Katz, [fri svensk overs&ttnlng], for 
sang och piano av Joel Berglund. [For 
voice and piano] Kr. 2:- © Elkan fc 
Schildknecht, Emil Carelius. Stockholm; 
Uan44; EF14964. 

BERGMAN, BO, 1869- 
Mitt land. SEE Lundborg, G&sta. 

BERGMAN, DEWEY, 1900- 
Goodbye, my love. SEE Carlson, 
Harry. 

BERGMAN, MARGUERITE. 
The girl in the gilded picture frame. 
SEE Peters, Elaine. 

BERGMAN, THEODORE. 1895- 
The way to God; [by] Theodore Bergman, 
[words by] Emanuel S. Larsen. [Close 
score: SATB] © Emanuel S. Larsen; 
28Feb50; EP45109. 

BERGMANN, WALTER GEORGE, 1902- 
Concerto no. 2. SEE Boston, John. 
(Duets, recorders) First duets for 
descant recorders; arr. by Walter 
B*rgm*nn. (Edition Schott, 10112) 9d. 
© on arrangement; Schott k Co. , ltd. , 
London; 12Dec49; EFO-2029. 
Jesu in Thy love enduring. SEE Bach, J. S. 

O heil'ges Geist und Wasserbad. 
Prelude; for flute and pianoforte [by] 
Walter Bergmann. (Schott's woodwind 
series, no. 6) [Score and part] 2/- 
© Schott fc Co. , ltd. , London; 10May50; 
♦Six Christmas carols; arr. for string 

orchestra (first position only) with voice, 
recorders and piano ad libitum, by 
Walter Bergmann. (Edition Schott. 10113) 
[Score (string orchestra and piano) and 
parts for strings] 3/- © on arrangement; 
Schott fc Co. , ltd. . London; 5Dec49; 
EF0-1221. 
•Twas within a furlong of Edinborough 
town. SEE Purcell, Henry. The 
mock marriage. 
When first Amintas sued for a kiss. 
SEE Purcell, Henry. 

BERGQVJGT, KARL ERIK. 
A-hej-a-hff. SEE Ahqvist, Sandy. 
Du ftr den enda. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 
En enda frSga. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 
Kyss mig godnatt. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 
Skymnlngskvflll. SEE Ahlqvist, Sanay. 
Tre smK heta ord. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 

BERGSMA, WILLIAM LAURENCE, 1921- 
In a glass of water before retiring; 
S. A. T. B. with soprano solo and piano 
ace., [by] William Bergs ma, [employee 
for hire of Carl Fischer, inc. Poem 
by Stephen Vincent Benet] (Modern 
choral music, CM6273) 18c 1 ©Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York; 14Mar47; 
EP44594. 
Let true love among us be; two-part chorus 
of mixed, men's, or women's voices, 
and piano ace., [by] William Bergsma. 
[13th century poem rendered into modern 
English by Nancy Nickerson] (Modern 
choral music. CM6534) 25C © Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York; 18Jan50; 
EP44278. 

On the beach at night; S. A. T. B. , a 
cappelia, [by] William Bergsma. [em- 
ployee for hire of Carl Fischer, inc. 
Poem by Wait Whitman] (Modern choral 
music, CM8300) 250 © Carl Fischer, 
inc.. New York; 31Dec47; EP44595. 



♦Six songs; to poems by E. E. Cummings. 
For voice and piano, music by William 
Bergsma, [employee for hire of Carl 
Fischer, inc.] © Carl Fischer, inc.. 
New York; 22Sep47; EP44596. 

BERGSMAN, THORE. 
Tio spelmans l&tar. SEE KindstrOm, 
Einar. 

BERGSTROM, EINAR. 
Bon; [by] Einar Bergstrom. [For voice 
and piano) Kr 1:80 © Elkan & Schildknecht 
Emil Carelius, Stockholm; Uan45; 
EF14965. 

[BERGSTRbM, GULLI. 1905- ] 

Anderssons sommar-truddelutt; vals. 
Musik: Kai Gullmar [pseud. ], text: Gus 
Morris [pseud. ], arrangemang: Goat a 
Haag. [Piano-conductor score (orchestra, 
with words) and parts] Kr 2:25 © on 
arrangement; Edition Sylvaln ab, Stock- 
holm; Uan48; EF15346. 
Anderssons sommar-truddelutt; vals. 
Musik: Kai Gullmar [pseud. ], text: Gus 
Morris [pseud.] 2:25 ©Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan48; EF15345. 

Det Ir si dlr nlr man lr klr. SEE HIS 
Pefs7 P* vift. 

Evigt lysa stjftrnorna; musik: Kai Gullmar 
[pseud. ], text: Fritz Gustaf [pseud. ] 
© Ehrling fc Lofvenholm, a. -b. , Stock- 
holm; 17Jan50; EF0-3259. 

Fram for lilla Marts;* [marsch-visa], ur 
filmen Fram for lilla Mftrta, musik: Kai 
Gullmar [pseud.], text: Hasse Ekman. 
2:25 © Edition Sylvain, a.b., Stockholm; 
Uan45; EF15351. 

Jag ser i dina Ogon. SEE HIS 
Sussie. 

Jag soker en melodl om v&ren; [Jag sOker 
en melodi fOr varen], musik: Kai Gullmar 
[pseud. ], text: Gus Morris [pseud. ] 2. 25 
© Nils-Georgs musikfOrlags, a.b., 
Stockholm; lApr50; EFO-3263. 

Klrleken bllr stOrre fOr varje dag. 
SEE HIS 
Sussie. 

msse sjoman; sjOxnansvals. Text: E. 
Caller sten, musik: Kai Gullmar [pseud. ] 
(With hifi SjOman med dragspel) © Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan45; EF15343. 

PA en byvttg om v&ren; musik: Kai Gullmar 
[pseud. ], text: Gus Morris [pseud. ] 2. 25 
© Southern Music, a. b. , Stockholm; 
30Dec49; EFO-3468. 

(Peggy pa* vift) Det ftf sa dftr nlr man lr 
kftr; foxtrot, ur filmen Peggy pi vift, 
musik: Kai Gullmar [pseud. ] svensk 
text: Harry Iseborg, eng. text: Lennart 
Falk. kr 2:25 © on words & arrangement; 
Edition Sylvain, a. b. , Stockholm; 
Uan46; EF15347. 

Sloman med dragspel; slomansvals. Text: 
Klover Knekt [pseud. J, musik: Kai 
Gullmar [pseud.] kr.2:50 ©Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan45; EF15343. 

Sonoras stjftrnskott. SEE Sonoras 
stj&rnskott. 

(Sussie) Jag ser i dina ogon; vals, [from 
the] film Sussie, musik: Kai Gullmar 
[pseud. ], text: Fritz-Gustaf [pseud. ] 

S r ith his Karleken biir storre fBr varje 
g) © Edition Sylvain, a.b.. Stockholm; 
Uan45; EF15349. 

(Sussie) Jag ser i dina Ogon; vals. Musik: 
Kai Gullmar [pseud. ], arr. : Sam Samson, 
text: Fritz-Qustaf [pseud.] [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] Kr 2:25 © on arrangement; 
Edition Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan45; 
EF15350. 

(Sussie) Karleken bllr st6rre for varje dag; 
foxtrot, [from the] film Sussie, musik: 
Kai Gullmar [pseud. ], text: Karl-Ewert 
[pseud.] 2.50 © Edition Sylvain, a.b., 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF15349. 



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(Sussie) Karleken blir stOrre for varje 
dag; foxtrot, ur filmen Sussie. Musik: 
Kai Gullmar [pseud. ], arr. : Sam Samson, 
text: Karl Ewert [pseud. ] [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] Kr 2:25 © on arrangement; 
Edition Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan45; 
EF15348. 

Tomtejazzen; tomtarnas julswing. Musik: 
Kai Gullmar [pseud. ], text: Gus Morris 
[pseud. ] kr. 2:25 © Edition Sylvain a. -b. , 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF15344. 

[BERGSTR6M, TOR] 

(Sodra tester ns nyarsrevy, 1945) Forlova 
dej i Rftttvik, hambo. [ur Sodra teat ems 
nyarsrevy, 1945], text o musik: 
Dardanell [pseud.] 2:50 ©Edition 
Sylvain, a.b., Stockholm; Uan45; 
EF15352. 

(SBdra teaterna nyarsrevy, 1945) Opp och 
jitterbugga; o schottis-fox, [ur Sodra 
teaterns nyarsrevy, 1945], text o musik: 
DardaneU [pseud. ] ( With his (Sodra 
Teaterns nyarsrevy, 1945) Forlova dej 
i Rftttvik) © Edition Sylvain, a.b. , 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF15352. 

BERK, MORTY, 1898- 
I'll never love anybody but you. SEE 
Capano, Frank. 

What makes my heart ache? SEE 
Capano, Frank. 

BERK. SAMUEL SPENCER, 1906- 
Democrats on parade; march-polka, lyric 
by Edwin I. Fertman, music by Sammy 
Berk. © Edwin I. Fertman; 20Mar50; 
EP45042. 

BERKE, LEE. 
Leave it to love. SEE Szathmary. 
Irving. 

BERKELEY, LENNOX. 1903- 
Scherzo; for piano, [by] Lennox Berkeley. 
2/8 ©J. & W. Chester, ltd., London; 
3 Apr 50; EFO-2668. 

*Stabat Mater; for six solo voices and 
chamber orchestra, music by Lennox 
Berkeley. [Piano reduction by Chris- 
topher Headington] [Score] © J. a W. 
Chester, ltd., London; 12Jan50; 
EFO-1510. 

BERKOWITZ, SOL. 
Gonna ride up In de chariot; spiritual, 
arr. by Sol Berkowlts. (Pro art choral, 
no. 1244) [With piano ace. ] 18? © on 
arrangement; Pro Art Publications, 
New York; 30Jun50; EP47586. 

BERLE, MILTON, 1908- 
Always leave them laughing. SEE 
Cahn, Samuel. 

I wuv a wabbit. SEE Martell, Paul. 

I'll kiwi you a miwl-yun times. SEE 

Arnold, Buddy. 
Is there anything wrong with that? 

SEE Silver, Abner. 

BERLIN, IRVING. 1888- 
(Annie get your gun) Let's go west again; 
fox -trot, from Annie get your gun. [By 
Irving Berlin], arr. by Larry Wagner. 
New York, I. Berlin Music Corp. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] 75£ © on arrangement; 
Irving Berlin; 17Jan50; EP44227. 

Irving Berlin songs arranged for the uke; 
the new way, [by Roy Smeck] [Melody 
and words, with ukulele diagrams and 
chord symbols] 75£ © on compilation; 
Irving Berlin, New York; 26May50; 
EP47028. 
Let's go west again. SEE HIS 

Annie get your gun. 
Play a simple melody; fox trot [by] 
Irving Berlin, arr. by Larry Wagner. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] 75£ © on arrangement; 
Irving Berlin; New York, 31May50; 
EP47027. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BERLIN, IRVING, 1888- Cont'd. 

Play a simple melody; words and music 
by Irving Berlin. © on new piano ar- 
rangement; Irving Berlin; 15May50; 
EP46775. 

The story of Irving Berlin. SEE 
Ewen, David. 

BERLIOZ, HECTOR. 
Berlioz and the romantic century. SEE 
Barzun, Jacques. 

BERMAN. ARTHUR, 1902- 
More than anything else in the world; 
words by Lee Pearl, music by Arthur 
Berman. © Shapiro, Bernstein &. Co. , 
inc., New York; 7Mar50; EP44847. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 4Dec47, 
EU106833. 
Symphony of spring. SEE Lisbona, E. M. 

BERMAN, SIDNEY. 1915- 
Knock on wood. SEE Ostrow, Herb. 

BERN, POUL, pseud . SEE 
Berg, Poul, 1897- 

BERNADOTTE, CARL WILHELM, Prince of 
Sweden. SEE 
Wilhelm, Prince of Sweden . 

BERNAL, CUFF. 
Aloha Bay. SEE Lewis. B. K. K. 

BERNAL JIMENEZ, MIGUEL, 1910- 
Te Deum jubilar; tres voces m betas y 
organo [by] Miguel Bernal Jimenez. 
Montevideo, Editorial Cooperativa 
Interamericana de Compositores. (Publi- 
caci<5n, no. 54) © Instituto Interamericano 
de Musicologfa; 22Dec47; EF15065. 

BERNARD. PAUL JACQUES. 1904- 
God keep America free. SEE 
Cottave, H. E. 

BERNARD, STEVE, pseud . SEE 
Bernhardt. Stephane. 1915- 

BERNARDO, G. 
Myriam. SEE Marano, G. 

Nora; canzone, parole e musica di G. 
Bernardo. Roma, Edizioni musicali, 
A.I.D.A. ( With Bianco. Chi t' o ffa 
fa') [Piano -conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts; with words] © Italian Book 
Co.; 30ct49; EFO-1087. 

Ondina. SEE Marano, G. 



BERNARDO, GUIDO. 
Paulistana. SEE Marano, M. 



G. 



BERNER, HEDDI, 1906- 
Chansons enf an tines; musique de Heddi 
Berner, paroles de Jean Temporal. 
Paris, J. Temporal. © Heddi Berner; 
receuil no. 1, 27Dec49; EF0-1560. 

BERNHARD, G&TA, pseud . SEE 
Byhmar, GOsta. 

[BERNHARDT. STEPHANE] 1915- 
Dommage; paroles de Marc Vandry [pseud, 
musique de Steve Bernard [pseud. ] 
© Editions Salabert. Paris; 28Dec49; 
EF0-1700. 

BERNHOFF, JOHN. 
Legendes de la foret viennoise. 
SEE Strauss, Johann. Geschichten 
aus dem Wiener Waid. 

BERNIER. BUDDY. 1915- 
Bamboo. SEE Simon, Nat. 
Call her savage. SEE Simon, Nat. 

BERNSTEIN, LEONARD, 1918- 
The age of anxiety. SEE HIS 
Symphony, no. 2. 
My house. SEE HIS 
Peter Pan. 



Never-land. 
Peter Pan. 



SEE HIS 



(Peter Pan) My house; [from] J. M. 
Barrie's Peter Pan, music and lyrics 
by Leonard Bernstein. © G. Schlrmer, 
inc.. New York; 24Apr50; EP46354. 
(Peter Pan) Never-land; [from] J. M. 
Barrie's Peter Pan, music and lyrics by 
Leonard Bernstein. © G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York; 22Jun50; EP47538. 
(Peter Pan) Peter, Peter; [from] J. M. 
Barrie's Peter Pan, music and lyrics 
by Leonard Bernstein. © G. Schirmer, 
inc.. New York; 24Apr50; EP46355. 
(Peter Pan) Peter, Peter; [from] J. M. 
Barrie's Peter Pan. music and lyrics 
by Leonard Bernstein, arr. by Jack 
Mason. (Schirmer 1 s dance orchestration, 
no. 282) [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words] © on arrange- 
ment; G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
19Jun50; EP47460. 
(Peter Pan) Who am I? [From] J. M. 
Barrie's Peter Pan, music and lyrics 
by Leonard Bernstein. © G. Schirmer, 
inc.. New York; 24Apr50; EP46353. 
(Peter Pan) Who am I? [From] Peter 
Pan, music and lyrics by Leonard 
Bernstein, arr. by Jack Mason. 
(Schirmer's dance orchestration, no. 280) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] $1 © on arrangement; 
G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 8Jun50; 
EP47275. 
Peter, Peter. SEE HIS 

Peter Pan. 
[Prelude, fugue and riffs; by Leonard 
Bernstein] [Score: band] © G. Schirmer, 
inc.. New York; 13F0b5O; EU193409. 
* (Symphony, no. 2) The age of anxiety; sym- 
phony no. 2 for piano and orchestra, after 
W. H. Auden, [by] Leonard Bernstein. 
[The orchestra part arr. for a second 
piano by Leo Smit] [Score] $3. 50 
©G. Schirmer, inc., New York; 15Feb50; 
EP45126. 
Who am I? SEE HIS 
Peter Pan. 

BERNSTEIN, ROGER, 1902- 
Bonjour, mon joli reve. SEE 
Romans, Alain. 

BERR, ALBERT. 

*Geigengeschlchten; Erinnerungen und 
Notizen. 191 p. © Atlantis Verlag, 
A. G., Zurich; SOct49; AFO-974. 

BERRY. DENIS ALFRED. 1921- 
Progressive jazz. SEE Rayment, M. M. 

BERRY, EDDIE. 
I'll never let you go out of my heart. 
SEE De Vallee, Ray. 

BERRY, RUBY. 
Dimples or dumplln's; by Louis Duhig 
and Ruby Berry. [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Dallas Music Co. , 
inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 15Jun50; 
EP47352. 

BERRY, RUTH GEORGE. 
A little town. SEE Tobin, Louis. 

BERTAL. pseud . SEE 
Bloch, Marcel. 

BERTELSEN, ARNE ANKERSTJERNE. 
1911- 

Jeg ser over Denmark, fra Ridderen 
af Randers Bro, [by] Ankerstjerne 
Bertelsen, (words by] Sigvald Jordahl. 
(Wilhelm Hansen kor-bibliotek, nr.271) 
[Score: chorus (SATB)] © Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, K^benhavn; 
14Dec49; EF0-3012. 

BERTEN, WALTER MICHAEL, 1902- 
Herr, gib uns einen guten Tag. SEE 
Knorr, E. L. von. 

BERTHET. MARIUS. 1899- 
Viens danser la polka. SEE Rey, Louis. 



BERTHIER, PAUL, 1884- 
Calme nuit, sainte nuit. SEE 
Gruber, F. X. Stiile Nacht, heilige 
Nacht. 

BERTI, GIOVANNI PIETRO. 
Dove sei gita; [by] Giovanni Pietro Berti, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 19-21) 
[For voice and piano] © on harmoni- 
zation; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2093. 

BERTIL, G0STA, pseud. SEE 
Stvkrans, Bertil. 

BERTINI, UMBERTO. 
C'e un canto nell'aria. SEE Giuffre 1 , 
Gaetano. 

Dove suoni tzigano. SEE Perlusz, Giorgio. 
Dovunque andrai. SEE Grassi, Francesco. 
Fontana silenziosa. SEE Gurrieri, 

Alfredo. 
Forse mai. SEE Segurini, Nello. 
Fuoco di paglia. SEE Fassino, 

Giovanni. 
Haway. SEE Olivieri, Dino. 

Lo dico e lo faccio. SEE Petruzzelli, 

Natale. 
Senza amore. SEE Ceglie, Cosimo di. 

Serenata dell* alba. SEE Ruccione, Mario. 
Sogni strani. SEE Pizzigoni, Pietro. 
Sulla tua bocca. SEE Abel, Paul. 
La tua musica. SEE Pulci, Luigi. 
Ultime violette. SEE Ruccione, Mario. 
Zingara. SEE Gelsomini, Golon. 

BERTROU, MARCEL, 1901- 
C'est dans la rue du soleil. SEE 
Hoorebeke, Marceau van. La cage 
aux filles. 

En vous, j'ai foi. SEE Hoorebeke, 
Marceau van. La cage aux filles. 

BERVEILLER, JEAN, 1904- 

♦(Suite, organ) Suite; pour orgue [by] Jean 

Berveiiler. © Durand & cie, Paris; 

3lDec49 (in notice: 1950); EFO-1583. 

BESS, RALPH. 
Jo-Jo. SEE Quinto, Sy. 

BESSEM. SAAR A E 

Cinderella; a musical comedy for young 
people in three acts. Text (both Dutch 
and English versions) and music by Saar 
Bessem. Asschepoester; operette voor 
de jeugd in drie bedrijven. [Piano-vocal 
score] © J. A. H. Wagenaar, Utrecht. 
Holland; lSep49; DPO-19. 
BEST, MURIEL, pseud. SEE 

Beswetherick. Muriel Marie, 1905- 
[BESWETHERICK, MURIEL MARIE] 
Let them do what they want to do; words 
and music by Muriel Best [pseud. ] 
© Shelby Music Pub. Co. , Detroit; 
13£>ec49; EP44342. 
When we are one; words and music by 
Muriel Best [pseud. ] © Shelby Music 
Pub. Co.. Detroit; 13Dec49; EP43580. 

BETTI. ANGE EUGENE, 1917- 
(Baratin) Les baobabs; de l'operette, 
Baratln, de Jean Valmy et Andre Homes, 
paroles de Andre Homes, musique de 
Henri Betti. [For voice and piano, and 
voice part] © Editions Ray Ventura, 
Paris; 29Apr49; EF15691. 
Ce n'est pas lui; fox chant 6. Paroles de 
Andre Hornez, musique de Henri Betti. 
[For voice and piano, and voice part] 
© Arpege editions musicales, Paris; 
22Aug49; EFO-1187. 
C'est si bon. It's so good, by Henri Betti, 
English lyric by Jerry Seelen, [French 
words by] Andre Homes, arr. by 
Johnny Warrington. New York, Leeds. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] $1 © on arrangement; 
Arpege editions musicales; UMaySO; 
EP46581. 



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C'est si bon. It's so good. English lyric 
by Jerry Seelen, French lyric by Andre 
Hornez, melody by Henri Betti (For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] New 
York, Leeds. © on English lyric; Arpege 
editions musicales, Paris; 30Jan50; 
EP43917. Appl. states prev. reg. 
20Jun49, EU171129. 

Entre ses bras; tango c haute. Paroles de 
Andre Hornez, musique de Henri Betti. 
(For voice and piano, and voice part] 
© Arpege Editions musicales, Paris; 
30Jul49; EFO-1196. 

Maitre Pierre; paroles de Jacques PI ante, 
musique de Henri Betti. © Arpege 
editions musicales, Paris; lFeb49; 
EF15170. 

Toi, toi, toi. SEE Chevalier, 
Maurice. 1888- 

BETTI, HENRI. SEE 
Betti, Ange Eugene, 1917- 

BETZ, GEORG, 1910- 
Oas alte Kirchlein; Worte und Musik: 
Georg Betz. Lied im Vo Iks ton. 
© A Tempo Verlag, Wien; 29Dec49 
(in notice: 1948); EFO-3566. 

BETZNER, JACK. 1908- 
Qh -Oh -Oh -Ophelia. SEE Voorhees, 
Leslie. 



The wrestlers' 
Leslie. 



song. SEE Voorhees, 



BEUL, ARTUR. 
(Der alte Orgelmann) Lirullrull; L'ometto 
dell' organ etto, fox trot, testo itaiiano 
di Larici-Poletto, testo inglese di 
Tommie Connor, musica di Arthur Beul. 
The organ man. Der alte Orgelmann. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
Italian and English words) and parts] 
© on Italian lyrics; Edizioni Southern 
Music, Milano; 3Feb50; EF0-3570. 
Die blauen Berge von Gina Valley; Text 
und Musik von Artur Beul. © Edifo, 
s.a.. Zurich; 10Dec47; EF15202. 

Mit der Liebi chond au Trane; text und 
musik von Artur Beul [arr. E. Flat] 
©Edifo, s.a., Zurich; 15Dec48; EF15508. 

Pretty little eyes o 1 blue; words and 
music by Vaughn Horton and Artur Beul. 
© on changed music & English lyric; 
Southern Music Pub. Co. , inc. , New 
York; 7Feb50; EP44567. 

BEUVING, ANTON, RflfiUd. SEE 
OUemans, P. A., 1902- 

BEVAN, JO, 1923- SEE 

Donna Maria, pseud. 

BEVERSDORF, SAMUEL THOMAS, Jr. 
(Sonata, horn fc piano) Sonata for horn 
and piano; [by] S. Thomas Beversdorf. 
[Score and part] $2 © Albert J. 
Andraud, Cincinnati; 12Dec49; EP43256. 

BEYDTS, LOUIS, 1895- 
Melancolie; fby] Louis Beydts. Piano et 
chant. © Editions Fortin, Paris; 
16Nov49; EF0-1670. 

BEYER, CARLTON. 
Harmonica classics. SEE Bach, J. S. 

BIAGI, ERNEST L. . 1900- 
Canto dei figli d'ltalia. SEE 
Seneca, Pasquale 

BIANCO, 

Chi t' o ffa fa 1 ; Don Nicb, canzone, parole 
di S. Glorioso, musica di Bianco. Roma, 
Edizioni musicali A.I. D. A. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] @ Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; 
EF0-1087. 

Eccl . . . eccia; canzone comica 6/8, fox 
trot, parole di S. Glorioso, musica di 
Blanco, arrangiamento di F. NContagnini. 
Roma, Edizioni musicali A. I. D. A. 
(Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Italian Book Co. ; 
30ct49; EF0-1028. 



Foresta argent ina; tango argent in o di 

Bianco, con testi original! di Salvatore 

Glorioso. Roma, Edizioni A.I. D. A. 
( With his Per vederti felice) [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 

and parts] © Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; 
EFO-1090. 

II fox del buon umor; canzone fox, parole 
di G. Boccati, musica di Bianco. Roma, 
Edizioni musicali A. I. D. A. ( With his 
Chi t' o ffa fa') [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Italian Book Co ; 30ct49; EF0-1087. 

Giovanna; mazurka, musica di Bianco. 
Roma, Di6niso. (With Vazzana, G. 
Sognando) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Italian Book Co. ; 
40ct49; EF0-1077. 

Mariarb . . . mbl-mbb; valzer popolare. 
Parole di Glorioso, musica di Bianco. 
Roma, Edizioni musicali A. I.D. A. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Italian Book Co. ; 
30ct49; EFO-1094. 

Mazza-bu-bti, L'inventore della samba, 
polka-samba, parole di Astro Mari, 
musica di Bianco Roma, Edizioni 
musicali A. I. D. A. [Piano- conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; EFO-1093. 

Non e' vero! Samba di Bianco, parole 
di S. Glorioso. Roma, Edizioni musicali 
A. I.D. A. ( With Conti, G.B. Messicana) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Italian Book Co. ; 
30ct49; EFO-1086. 

La samba di don Jose; samba, musica di 
Bianco, parole di Astro Mari. Roma, 
Edizioni musicali Peri. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 50ct49; EFO-1082. 

Per vederti felice; tango di Bianco, con 
testi originali di Salvatore Glorioso. 
Roma, Edizioni A.I. D. A. [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] © Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; 
EFO-1090. 

Tempi lontani; mazurka di Bianco. Roma, 
Casa editrice musicaie Peri. (With 
Boccati, G. Bettina) [ Piano -concluctor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Italian 
Book Co. ; 50ct49; EF0-1083. 

II vessil bianco crociato; inno della 
democrazia cristiana. Versi di Giorgio 
Mastino del Rio, musica di A. Bianco. 
Roma, Edizioni A. I.D. A. © Italian Book 
Co.; 4jan50; EFO-1827. 

BIANCOSI, GERARDO. 
Ben ch'in me giri; [by] Gerardo Biancosi, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 22) [For 
voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik- for lag, C ope nag - 
hen; lSep49; EFO-2094. 

BIBO. IRVING M 
Am I wasting my time on you? [By] 
Howard Johnson & Irving Bibo, orches- 
trated by Vere Harker. [Parts: orches- 
tra] © on orchestration; Stasny Music 
Corp., New York; 16Dec49; EF14930. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Apr26, 
EP641064. 
Old man atom; a talking atomic blues, 
text by Vern Partlow, musical setting 
by Irving Bibo, [arr. by Lou Halmy] 
© Bibo Music, inc., Hollywood, Calif.; 
HApr50; EP45526. 

BICHEL, MARGUERITE B 
Prelude; by Marguerite B. Bichel. [For 
piano] 40? © Ken-Mar Publications, 
Detroit; 30Dec49; EP43463. 



BICHI, DE, pseud. 
Uiovani 



Bichisao, 



SEE 

iovanni, 1908- 



BICHISAO. GIOVANNI, 1908- 
Incanto di Napoli; valzer lento, parole di 
G. Fiorelli [pseud. ], musica di Bichisao 
[and] Antei [pseud. ] [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni Arion, Milano; 280ct49; 
EFO-2706. 



BICKERSTETH, E. H. 
Saviour, breathe an evening blessing. 
SEE Hamer, Harold. 

BICKFORD, VAHDAH OLCOTT, 1885- 
Chopin album. SEE Chopin, F. F. 

BIEMME, 
Ritorno; tango di Biemme, con testi 
originali di Salvatore Glorioso. Roma, 
Ediaioni A. I. D. A. ( With Bianco. Per 
vederti felice) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; EFO-1090. 

BIERI. GEORG, 1900- 

* (Sonata, violin & piano, op. 9) Sonate 

in d-moll; [by] Georg Bieri. Op. 9. 

[Score and part] © Jos. Aibl, Wien; 

30Dec49; EFO-3190. 

BIERMAN, BERNARD, 1908- 
One little, two little, three little 
dreams. SEE Manus, Jack. 

BIGGS, EDWARD GEORGE POWER. 1906- 
Prelude on the Ave verum. SEE 
Mozart, J. C. W. A. 

BILDER, ROBERT, 1914- 
(There's a girl in my heart) The roller 
skating song; by Robert Bilder, from 
the motion picture, There's a girl in 
my heart. © Massey Music Co. , inc. , 
New York; 21 Mar 50; EP45006. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 30Dec49, EU188943. 

BILLUPS, KENNETH BROWN. 1918- 
Cert'ly Lord; spiritual, arr. by Kenneth 
B. Biilups. (Belwin octavo, no. 1047) 
[Score: bass, SATB and piano reduction] 
15£ © on arrangement; Belwin, inc. , 
New York; 2Mar50; EP44616. 
I stood on the river of Jordan; arr. by 
Kenneth Brown Biilups. [St. Louis, 
Distributors, Hunleth] (Scholin choral 
publications, 1041) [Score: chorus 
(SATTBB) and piano reduction] 18? 
© on arrangement; Carl Albert Scholin; 
25Mar50; EP45055. 
I want Jesus to walk with me; for mixed 
voices S.A. T.B., arr. by Kenneth B. 
Billupa. (Belwin octavo, no. 1048) 
[With piano ace. ] 151 © on arrange- 
ment; Belwin, inc. , New York; 
30Jan50; EP43890. 

BINDER, ABRAHAM WOLF, 1895- 
Requiem-Yizkor; memorial service, for 
baritone (cantor) and alto soli, mixed 
chorus and organ accompaniment by 
A. W. Binder. [Words partly in English, 
partly in Hebrew transliterated] $1.50 
© Bloch Pub. Co., New York; 14Nov49; 
EP47177. 

BINGANG, HANNS. 
Trestegsvalsen. SEE Jularbo, Carl. 

BINGE. RONALD, 1910- 
Blue mantilla. SEE Manilla. 
Dreaming. SEE Joyce, Archibald. 

Trottie True. 
O Mama, Mama! SEE Concina, Carlo. 
Poem to the moon. SEE Mantovani, A. P. 
El relicario. SEE Padilla, Jose. 
♦Trade winds; for orchestra, by Ronald 

Binge. Full score. 7/6 © on full score; 

Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd. , 

London; 30Dec49; EFO-1260. 
Ungrateful heart. SEE Manilla. 

BIOUX, KLEBER FELIX, 1907- 
Dites-moi. SEE Fort, Arm and. 
Si tu m'aimes. SEE Martinet, H. A. L. 

BIRI, pseud . SEE 
Coiombi Ferrari, Ornella, 1914- 

BIRKENHAIN. BETH. 
Ett skepp kommer lastat, och andra 
barnvisor. SEE Zander, Agnes. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BIRKS, BEVERLY. SEE 
Mac Lean, Beverly Birks. 

BISHOP. BESSIE. 1910- 
Why do I love you so? Words and music 
by Bessie Bishop. © Bessie Bishop; 
14Jun50; EP47328. 

[BISHOP, SIR HENRY ROWLEY] 1786-1855. 

Home sweet home; [by Sir Henry Rowley 
Bishop, arr. by Elmer D. Her rick] 
[For guitar] © El Rey Music Publica- 
tions, Chicago; 30Dec49; EP43551. 

Home, sweet home; lyric by John H Payne, 
music by Henry R. Bishop, [arrange- 
ment and instruction] by [Betty B . Glynn 
of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 9X) [With 
words] © on arrangement k instruction; 
Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 25Jan50; 
EP44034. 

BISSELL, KEITH WARREN, 1912- 
Ballad; for violin and piano, [by] Keith 
W. Bisseli. [Score and part] $1 © BMI 
Canada, ltd., Toronto; 9Feb50; EFO-1546. 

BISTRITZKY, ZINOVI. 

(Ivria) Dance of triumph; [from] Ivria, 
suite, [by] Zinovi Bistritzky. [Score 
(violin and piano) and part] 75£ 
© Transcontinental Music Corp. , New 
York; 23Jan50; EP43739. 

(Ivria) Fantastic dream; [from] Ivria, 
suite [by] Zinovi Bistritzky. [Score 
(violin and piano) and part] 60£ © Trans- 
continental Music Corp., New York; 
23Jan50; EP43740. 

(Ivria) Hassidic impressions; [from] 
Ivria, suite [by] Zinovi Bistritzky. 
[Score (violin and piano) and part] 75? 
© Transcontinental Music Corp., New 
York; 23Jan50; EP43741. 

BITGOOD. ROBERTA. 
Give me a faith; sacred song, by Roberta 
Bitgood. High [voice. Words by Charles 
Lee Reynolds] 50£ © The H. W. Gray 
Co., inc.. New York; 21Apr50; EP45707. 

BITSCH. MARCEL. 1921- 

* (Concerto, piano k 13 instruments) 

Concerto; [by] Marcel Bitsch. Reduction 
pour 2 pianos par l'auteur. [Score: 
2 pianos] 55 fr. © Alphonse Leduc k 
cie. Paris; 31 Mar 50; EF0-3100. 
Fantasietta; pour trompette ut ou si Wmol 
et piano, par M. Bitsch. [Score and 
part] 15fr. © Alphonse Leduc 4 cie, 
Paris; 10May50; EF0-3826. 
Piece romantique; pour clarinette et piano, 
par Marcel Bitsch. [Score and part] 
12fr.50 © Alphonse Leduc k cie, Paris; 
10May50; EFO-3828. 
Quatre variations sur un theme de Domenlco 
Scarlatti; [by] Marcel Bitsch, pour 
trompette si bemol ou cornet et piano. 
[Score and part] 20 fr. © Alphonse Leduc 
et cie, Paris; 10May50; EFO-3819. 
Rondo letto; par Marcel Bitsch. TScore 
(bassoon and piano) and part] 12fr. 50 
© Alphonse Leduc k cie, Paris; lNov49; 
EFO-1726. 

BITTER, F., pseud . SEE 
Fuselll, Franco. 

BITTNER, JULIUS, 1874-1939. 

♦ Das Ros engirt lei n; elne Legende in 3 

AufzOgen. Dichtung und Muslk von 
Julius Blttner. Partitur. (Universal- 
Edition, Nr. 7187) [Score] ©Universal- 
Edition, Wien; 31Dec22; DP52. 

BIVIANO, JOSEPH. 1908- 

Accordions on parade. SEE 
Punelii, Frank. 

Riposa; waltz, by Joe Biriano, Anthony B. 
Colucci [and] Victor Leone, arr. by Joe 
Blviano, [for] accordion solo or duet. 
[Parts] 50? © Viccas Music Co. , New 
York; 13Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EP44380. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as EU174827. 



BIXLER. BEATRICE BUSH, 1916- 
He is altogether lovely; [by] Beatrice 
Bush Bixler, [words by] B. B. B. (In 
Crawford, R. D. , comp. Radio requests. 
No. 2, p. [43]) [Close score: SATB] 
© Beatrice Bush Bixler; 10 Apr 50 (in 
notice: 1949); EP47154. 
I am not worthy; [by] Beatrice Bush 
Bixler, [words by] B. B. B. (In Craw- 
ford, R. D. , comp. Radio requests. 
No. 2, p. [30]) [Hymn, with music] 
© Beatrice Bush Bixler; 10Apr50 (in 
notice: 1949); EP47152. 
It may be today; [by] Beatrice Bush 
Bixler, [words by] B. B. B. (In Craw- 
ford, R. D. , comp. Radio requests. 
No. 2, p. [34]) [Close score: SATB] 
© Beatrice Bush Bixler; 10Apr50; 
EP47153. 
Song of assurance; [by] Beatrice Bush 
Bixler, [words by] B. B. B. (In Craw- 
ford, R. D. , comp. Radio requests. 
No. 2, p. [27]) [Hymn, with music] 
© Beatrice Bush Bixler; 10Apr50 ( in 
notice: 1949); EP47151. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 23Aug49, 177067. 

BIZET. GEORGES. 1838-1875. 
(Carmen (Carmen Jones)) Beat out that 
rhythm on a drum; from Carmen Jones, 
words by Oscar Hammerstein 2nd, 
music by Georges Bizet, [arr. and 
adapted by Robert Russell Bennett] 50^ 
© on words and musical adaptation; 
Williamson Music, inc.. New York; 
26May50; EP47217. 
Fate. SEE Schrelbman, Alexander. 

Lamb of God. Agnus Dei. S.A.T.B., 
baritone or alto solo, by Georges Bizet, 
arr. by Rob Roy Peery. (Bel win octavo, 
no. 1049) [With piano ace] 15? ©on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
2Mar50; EP44618. 
* (Symphony, no. 1) Premiere symphonic en 
ut majeur; [by] Georges Bizet. Partition 
d'orchestre. [Score] © Choudens, edi- 
temr. Paris; 10ct49; EFO-2170. 

BJERRE, JENS, 1903- 

Stille, hjerte, sol gaar ned; [by] Jens 
Bjerre, [words by] Jeppe Aakjaer. 
(Wilhelm Hansen kor-bibliotea. nr. 272) 
[Close score: chorus (SATB)] © Wilhelm 
Hansen musik-forlag; Kibenham; 
16Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EFO-3590. 

Stlile, hjerte, sol gaar ned; [by] Jens 
Bjerre, [words by] Jeppe Aakjaer. 
(Wilhelm Hanse n kor -blbllotek. nr.422) 
[Score: chorus (TTBB)] © Wilhelm 
Hansen musik-forlag; Kjlbenhavn; 
16Jan50 (In notice: 1949); EFO-3589. 

BJORKANDER. NILS. 1893- 
(Giimtar) Ginglat; [from] GLimtar. For 
piano [by] Nils BjOrkander. Kr:l:80 
© Abr. Lundquist. musikfOrlag, Stock- 
holm; 30Nov49; EF0-2626. 
(Giimtar) Visa i folkton; [from] Glimtar. 
For piano [by] Nils BjOrkander. Kr:l:80 
© Abr. Lundquist, musikfOrlag, Stock- 
holm; 30Nov49; EFO-2625. 
Valse chevaleresque. Muslk: Nils BjOrk- 
ander, arr. : Sven SkOld. (Orkesterblblio- 
tek, N:o 205) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Abr. Lundquist, 
musikfOrlag, Stockholm; 5Feb50; 
EFO-3603. 

BJ6RKLUND. ANNIKA. 
Barn-visor; till gitarr och piano [by) 
Annika BjOrklund. [For voice and 
guitar or piano] 3. - © R. West lings 
musikfOrlag, Stockholm; 29Nov49; 
EFO-2609. 
Min gam la gitarr; [by] Annika BjOrklund. 
[For voice and guitar with chord symbols] 
Kr.3:50 © West lings musikfOrlag, 
Stockholm; 20Dec49; EF0-3539. 

BJORKMAN, RUNE. 
SEE Sonoras Schlagerbukett. 



BJORLING. GUNNAR. 
Jag blir ej fflrdig. SEE SOderlundh, 
B. A. 

BLADER, NILS ERIK. 
Barnajul; text och muslk: Nils Erik Blader. 
( With his Julens klockor) © So nor a 
musTkToTlags ab. Stockholm; lDec49; 
EFO-2249. 
Julens klockor; text och musik: Nils Erik 
Blader. 2.75 © Sonor a musik -fOr lags 
ab, Stockholm; lDec49; EFO-2249. 

BLACHER. BORIS. 1903- 
Preussisches MOrchen; Ballett-Oper in 5 
Bildern von Heinz von Cramer, Muslk 
von Boris Blacher. Op. 30. Klavieraua- 
zug vom Komponisten. [Piano-vocal 
score] © Ed. Bote k G. Bock, Berlin; 
30Apr50; DPO-39. 

♦(Quartet, strings, no. 3, op. 32) Streich- 
quartett Nr. 3; [by] Boris Blacher. 
Op. 32. Partitur. [Miniature score] 
© Ed. Bote k G. Bock, Berlin; 20Dec49; 
EFO-2999. 

* (Quartet, strings no. 3, op. 32) Streich- 
auartett nr. 3; [by] Boris Blacher. 
Op. 32. Partitur. [Score] © Ed. Bote 
ft: G. Bock, Berlin; 23Dec49; EFO-975. 

♦(Quartet, strings, no. 3, op. 32) Streich- 
quartett Nr. 3; [by] Boris Blacher. Op. 32. 
[Parts] © Ed. Bote k G. Bock, Berlin; 
20Dec49; EFO-3002. 

Romeo und Julia; [by] Boris Blacher, 
Kammeroper in drei Teilen, frei nach 
Shakespeare. (U[niversal]-E[dltion] 
11845) [Ubretto] © Universal -Edition, 
Wlen; 25Apr50; DPO-38. 
♦Romeo und Julia; Kammeroper in drei 
Teilen frei nach Shakespeare, [by] Boris 
Blacher. Klavierauszug mit Gesang. 
Romeo and Juliet; chamber opera in 
three parts after Shakespeare. Vocal 
score. (Universal-Edition Nr. 11844) 
[Piano-vocal score] © Universal -Edition, 
Wien; 10Feb50; DPO-36. 

BLACK, ROBERT. 
Don't be happy. SEE Hall, David. 

BLACK, SIVALLS AND BRYSON, INC. , 
KANSAS CITY, MO. 

•An anthology of ballads; illustrated by David 
Hunt; cover design by Ernest Joslin. 
[Limited ed. Planned and published by the 
Industrial and Public Relations Division] 
[Kansas City, Mo., C1949] 115 p. © on 
compilation; Black, Si vails k Bryson, 
inc.; 24Dec49; A39935. 

BLACKMORE, GEOFFREY. 
Forever and a day. SEE Dumbleton, 

E.E.M. 
Unity; sacred song, poem by Edgar 

Newgass, music by Geoffrey Blackmore. 

2/- © Edgar Newgass; 23May50; 

EFO-3660. 



BLACKSTONE, HARVEY. 
Bourbon Street bounce; by Harvey Black- 
stone. [For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols] © Beechwood Music Corp. , 
New York; 23Feb50; EP44528. 

BLACKWOOD, JAMES R. 
In sympathy. SEE Nordman, Chester. 
Wedding music. SEE Nordman. 
Chester. 

BLADE, JAMES P 
Say it isn't the night; words by Al Tenny- 
son, music by Jimmy Blade. © John- 
stone-Montei, inc.. New York; 24 Mar* 9 
(in notice: 1950); EP47427. 

BLAG. RUY. pseud. SEE 
Berthet. Marlus, 1899- 

BLAIR, AUDREY J. , pseud . SEE 
Williams, Mrs. J. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



BLAKE, GEORGE. 

As pants the hart; anthem for mixed 
voices, [by] George Blake, text adapted 
from Psalm 42, by George Gregory. 
[With organ ace. ) 18? © Oliver Ditson 
Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 8Feb50; EP44406. 

The Lord my pasture shall prepare; 
anthem for mixed voices, [by] George 
Blake. Text adapted from Psalm 23 by 
James Addison. (Sacred music for mixed 
voices, no. 312-40044) [With piano ace. ] 
15? © Theodore Presser Co., Bryn 
Mawr, Pa. ; 5Apr50; EP45408. 

Prelude no. 8. SEE Bach. J. S. Das 
wohltemperirte Clavier. 

Spirit of mercy, truth, and love; anthem 
for soprano, alto and bpritone. by 
George Blake. [Text anonymous) 
(Sacred choruses for three-part mixed 
voices, no. 312-40038) [With organ re- 
duction] 12? © Theodore Presser Co. , 
Bryn Mawr. Pa. ; 8Mar50; EP44869. 

BLAKE, JAMES W 
The sidewalks of New York; East side. 
West side, words k music by Law lor 
k Blake. Piano solo with words. A 
John W. Schaum arrangement. 35£ 
© on arrangement; Belwin, inc. , New 
York; 21 Mar 50; EP44033. 

Sidewalks of New York, [East side. West 
side), words and music by Chas. B. 
Lawlor k James W Blake, arr. by F. 
Henri Klickmann. [For piano, with words] 
35C © on simplified arrangement; Paul I - 
Pioneer Music Corp , New York; l6Jan50, 
EP44254. 

BLAKE. VERNON. 
Little bit of love. SEE Hall, David. 

BLANC, MEL. 
There's a hole in the iron curtain. 
SEE Katz, Mickey. 

BLANCHARD, ROGER, 1919- 
* Chan sons de Haute-Savoie; harmonisees 
par Roger B Lane hard. [For voice and 
piano] © on harmonization; Heugel k cie, 
Paris; 5Oct40; EFO-1381. 

Chansons de Pile de France; harmonisees 
par Roger Blanchard. [For voice and 
piano] © on harmonization; Heugel k cie. 
Paris; 260ct49; EF0-1379. 
* Chansons du Limousin: Chansons de 

metier et de conscrits; harmonisees par 
Roger Blanchard. © on harmonization; 
Heugel k cie, Paris; 4. recueil, 21Dec49; 
EFO-1637. 

BLANCHARD, WILLIAM B 1933- 

Well, why not? A musical comedy, lyrics 
by John Pettley, music by Wm. B. 
Blanchard. © John Pettley k William 
B. Blanchard; 14May50; AA151334. 

BLANCHARD, WILLIAM GODWIN, 1905- 
Hymns of the American frontier. SEE 
McCutchan, R. G. 

BLANCHE, FRANCIS, 1921- 
La chanson de la mer et des vagues. 

SEE Unia, Louis. 
J'ai reve d'un beau voyage. SEE 
Marcuse, Albrecht. 

BLAND, JAMES A 1854-1911. 

Carry me back to old Virginny; eight-part 
chorus for mixed voices: S. S. A. A. T. T. 
B. B. , a cappella, words and music by 
James A. Bland, arr. by Roy E. Free- 
burg. 160 © on arrangement; Oliver 
Ditson Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 27Feb50; 
EP44695. 

BLANGENOIS, JULES, 1870- 
Andante religieux et triomphal. 

SEE Gilson, Paul. 
Capriccio-fantaisie. SEE Gilson, 
Paul. 

La bisontine. SEE Preckher, Jean. 



La danse des petits sabots; [by] Jules 
Blangenois. (Aurore, 213) [Condensed 
score: band] ©A. Cranz, d.b.a. Editions 
A. Cranz, Bruxelles; 15Nov49; EFO-1210. 

Lea gamins bruxellois. De ketjes van 
Brussel; [by] Jules Blangenois. [Con- 
densed score: band] ©A. Cranz. d.b.a. 
Editions A. Cranz. Bruxelles; 15Nov49; 
EFO-1209. 

Laetitia. SEE Preckher, Jean. 

La us summa patn. SEE Gilson, 
Paul. 

Les roses du midi. SEE Strauss, 
Johann. Rosen aus dem SQden. 

Marche funebre. SEE Beethoven, 
Ludwig van. 

Merxem. SEE Gilson, Paul. 

Roi Albert. SEE Eiienberg, R. 

Le sang viennois. SEE Strauss, 
Johann. Wiener Biut. 

Trfiumerei. SEE Schumann, R. A. 
Kinderscenen. 

La valse des poupees. SEE 
Bayer, Joseph. La fee des poup6es. 

BLANK, AUGUST, 1902- 
Uhrenreime; fttr Mftnnerchor, [by] 
August Blank, [words by Kurt Huber] 
[Close score: TTBBB] © L. Schwann 
Verlag, DOsseldorf; 24Apr50; EFO-3643. 

BLASCO, MRS . LOUIS, 1918- 
The meamng of a lonely heart. SEE 
Douglas, Mrs. Lewis. 

BLAUFUSS, WALTER, d. 1945. 
My cathedral; by Don McNeil and Walter 
Blaufuss, W. R. Williams [pseud.], 
co-writer [of words], arr. by Roy 
Ringwald. [Score: soprano or tenor, 
chorus (SATB) and piano or organ ace. ] 
© on arrangement; Will Rossiter, 
Chicago; 16Jan50; EP43990. 

BLECHER, CARL ULRICH, 1924- 
Pedro! Pedro! SEE Munsonius, 
Heinz. 

BLEIBTREU, KARL, 1859-1928. 
Vier pessimistische Lieder. SEE 
Sonneck, O. G. T. 



BLEUZET, L.. 
Deux sonates. 



arr . 

"SITE Handel. G. 



F. 



BLEZ, JUANITO. 
No lo hago mas; guaracha-mambo, letra 
y musica de Juanito Blez, arr. de Nino 
Rivera. [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words] $0. 35 cts. 
© Peer y Cia. , s. I. , Habana; 31Dec49; 
EFO-1472. 

BUSS, ARTHUR, 1891- 
(Quartet, piano k strings) Intermezzo; 
[by] Bliss, transcribed for viola and 
piano by Watson Forbes. [From Piano 
quartet, 1915] [Score and part] 2s. 6d. 
© on arrangement; Oxford University 
Press, London; 18May50; EFO-3213. 

[BUTZ, LEONARD] 1901- 
The happiest days of your life; [from] 
The happiest days of your life, written 
k composed by Carrol Martin [pseud. ] 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols; 
melody also in tonic sol-fa notation] 1/- 
© Rex Music, ltd. , London; lApr50; 
EF0-3153. 

Somewhere a star is shining. SEE 

White, Michael. 
Wakey, wakey. SEE Cotton, W. E. 
You and me. SEE Burrows, R. J. 



BLDCT, IVAN. 
Sing Over markerna. 
Ivar. 



SEE Wideen, 



BLOCH, MARCEL. 1882- 
Ben Cacao. SEE Prugniaux. Henri. 
Caminando. SEE Fleta, C. 

Citoyens du monde. SEE Neuburger, 

J. B. D. 
Ole C6rdoba! SEE Prugniaux, Henri. 

BLOCH, PHILIPPE G&RARD, 1924- 
Chante mon coeur. SEE Spoliansky, 

Mischa. Wake up my heart. 
Les maris, les papas, et les chats! 
SEE Glanzberg, Norbert. 

Nuit tropicale. SEE Herschkovitch, 
Marc. 

Si jolie; paroles de Eddy Marnay [pseud. ], 
musique de M. Philippe -Gerard [pseud. ] 
© Les Editions xnltropolitaines, Paris; 
Uan50; EFO-3782. 

La Strasbourgeoise; paroles et musique de 
Guy Lafarge k M. Philippe -Gerard 
[pseud. ], arr. par Raymond Le grand. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Royalty, Editions 
musicales. Paris; 3Jan50 (in notice: 1949); 
EFO-2822. 

La Strasbourgeoise; paroles et musique 
de Guy Lafarge k M. Philippe -Gerard 
[pseud. ] © Royalty, editions musicales, 
Paris; 6Feb50; EFO-2399. 

Tous les deux; valse, paroles de Francis 
Le marque [pseud. ], musique de M. 
Philippe-Gerard [pseud. J © Les Nouvelles 
Editions Meridian, Paris; 15Feb50- 
EFO-2857. 

BLOCK, RAY. 
Just a little too young; by Nat. Simon, Al 
Stillman k Ray Block. [For voice and 
piano, with ukulele diagrams and chord 
symbols; melody also in tonic sol-fa 
notation) l/- ©Campbell-Connelly, inc., 
London; 2Mar50; EP44691. 

BLOM, E. KOLMODIN- SEE 
Kolmodin-Blom, E. 

BLOM, KARL ERIK. 
En svftng pa banan. SEE Lundgren, 
Gunnar. 

BLOMBERG. ERIK. 
TvS madrigaler. SEE Milveden, 
Ingmar. 

BLOMDAHL, KARL BIRGER, 1916- 
Tre polyfona stycken; [by] Karl-Birger 
Blomdahl. [For piano] © A. -b. Nordiska 
musikfOrlaget, Stockholm; 25Nov49; 
EFO-2262. 

BLONDEAU, MARIE. 
Frou-frou. SEE Chatau, Henri. 



BLOSSNER, BENJAMIN. 
I'll build a dream hou-^ 
Irma. 



SEE Hollander, 



BLOSSOM, HENRY MARTYN. 1866-1919. 
Because you're you. SEE Herbert, 
Victor. The red mill. 

BLOWER, MAURICE. 

Fancy's home; two-part song with piano 
accompaniment, [words by] W. H. 
Davies, music by Maurice Blower. 
London, Curwen; New York, G. Schirmer, 
sole agents for U. S. A. (Curwen edition, 
72214) 4d. © Maurice Blower; 26May50; 
EFO-3453. 

To be alive this day; three -part song, 
S.S. A. , with pianoforte accompaniment, 
poem [by] W. H. Davies, music by 
Maurice Blower. London, Curwen; New 
York, G. Schirmer, sole agents for 
U.S.A. (Curwen edition. 72215) 6d. 
© Maurice Blower; 26May50; EFO-3452. 

BLUM, ELSA PROEHL. 
One holy night; SA accompanied, music by 
Elsa Proehl Blum, arr. by Wallingford 
Riegger. Words by George Blum. 
(Harold Flammer choral series, 86077) 
15C © Harold Flammer, inc.. New York 
31Oct40; EP43342. 



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BLUM, GEORGE. 
One holy night. SEE Blum, E. P. 

[BLUMANN, WARNER] 1917- 
Ananas; paroles de Andre" Hornez, musique 
de Eddie Warner (pseud. ] © Societe" d'e'di- 
tions musicales internationales, Paris; 
22Jun48; EF15558. 
The echo samba. SEE HIS 

Samba samba. 
London waltz; vaise concert, piano solo 
de Eddie Warner (pseud. ] © Societe 
d 1 editions musicales Internationales, 
Paris; 30Sep47; EF15399. 
Quinquina; paroles de Andre Hornez, 
musique de Eddie Warner (pseud. J 
(French words] © Arpege, editions 
musicales, Paris; 29Sep49; EFO-1573. 
(Samba samba) The echo samba; [or] 
Samba, samba; English lyric by Ian 
Ross, music by Eddie Warner [pseud. ] 
© on English lyric; Southern Music Pub. 
Co. (A/Asia) pty. ltd., Sydney; 19Dec49; 
EF0-1740. 
Terre tropicale; samba, paroles de Henri 
Contet, musique de Eddie Warner [pseud. ] 
© Societe d'editions musicales inter- 
nationales, Paris; 15Mar50; EFO-2910. 
Valse blanche; paroles de Jacques Plante, 
musique de Eddie Warner [pseud. ] [For 
voice and piano, and voice part with 
chord symbols] © Arpege, editions 
musicales, Paris; 29Sep49, EFO-1577 

BLUMENAU, WALTER, 1884- 
Forty-two studies for the violin. 
SEE Kreutzer, Rodolphe. 

Twenty-four caprices for the violin. 
SEE Rode, Pierre. 

BLUMENTHAL, FREDDY, 1907- 
Du denkst an mich. SEE Malcsiner, 
Beia. 

BLUMENTHAL, KJELL GAVELL- SEE 
Gavell-Blumenthal, KJell. 

BOATNER, EDWARD. 
Oh, what a beautiful city'. Traditional 
Negro spiritual, arr. by Edward Boatner, 
edited by Franz Rupp. (In Rupp. Franz, 
ed. Marian Anderson album of songs and 
spirituals, p. 74-77) © editing; G. Schir- 
mer, inc., New York; HJun48; EP44229. 

BOCCATI, G 
Bettina; mazurka di G. Boccati. Roma, 
Casa editrice musicale Peri. (Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 50ct49; EFO-1083. 

Dov'e' . . . Valencia? Parole di Astro 
Mari, musica di G. Boccati. Roma, 
Peri. ( With C alzelli, A. La bella 
Freghero] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 50ct49; EF0-1081. 

II fox del buon umor. SEE Bianco. 

Provincialina; valzer popolare, musica di 
G. Boccati, parole di Mendes-Mari. 
Roma, Peri. (With Calzelli, A. Torno a 
te) [Piano -conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts; with words] © Italian Book Co. ; 
50ct49; EFO-1085. 

Sola. Leave me alone. Musica di G. 
Boccati, parole di S. da Rovere. Roma, 
Edizioni musicali Peri. (With Vazzana, 
G. Autunno) [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with Italian words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 50ct49; EFO-1084. 

Solo tu... . mi sai baciare; canzone tango. 
Versi di S. Glorioso, musica di G. 
Boccati. Roma, Di6niso. ( With Messina, 
V. Alma de fuego) (Parts: orchestra; 
with words] © Italian Book Co. ; 50ct49; 
EFO-1078. 

Taverna blu*; rumba, musica di G. 
Boccati. Roma, Dioniso. (With Mor- 
biducci, A. Frasi d'amore) [ Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 40ct49; EFO-1075. 



BOCCHERINI, LUIGI, 1743-1805. 
♦(Concerto, violoncello, no. 3) Concerto 
no 3 in G major; [by] Luigi Boccherini. 
Transcribed for viola and piano, edited 
and provided with cadenzas by Gilbert 
Ross. (Schirmer's library of musical 
classics, v. 1726) [Score and part] 
$1.75 © on transcription, editing, 
cadenzas & note; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York; 15Feb50; EP45213. 
* (Quintets, strings)- Sei quintetti per archi; 
[by] L. Boccherini, revisione e segni di 
esecuzione a cura di Enrico Polo. 
(E[dizione] R(icordi], 2171, 2173, 2175) 
(Parts] © on revision; G. Ricordi fc c, 
Milano; v. 1-3, 13Dec49; EF15681-15683. 
♦(Quintets, strings) Sei quintetti per archi; 
(by] L. Boccherini, revisione e segni di 
esecuzione a cura di Enrico Polo. 
[Miniature score] © on revision; G. 
Ricordi & c. , Milano; v. 1-3; 4Dec49; 
EF0-2482-2484. 

BOCHSA, ROBERT NICOLAS CHAKLES, 
1789-1856. 

♦(Etudes faciles, harp, op. 318) Quarante 
Etudes faciles, op. 318; [by] Bochsa, 
revues et doigtees selon l'enseignement 
de Alphonse Hasselmans par Raphael 
Martenot. 22fr. 50 © on revision & 
fingering; Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 
bk. 1, 1Nov49; EF0-1687. 

♦(Etudes, harp^op.34) Cinquante Etudes, 
op. 34, 5 , 7 degr£, revues et doigtees 
selon l'enseignement de Alphonse Hassel- 
mans par Raphael Martenot. 60 fr. © on 
revision & fingering; Alphonse Leduc et 
cie, Paris; 1 . cahier, 10Feb50; 
EFO-2450. 

BOCK, CURT, 1890- 
Lieder mit Klavier. SEE Hindemith, 
Paul. Lieder, op. 18. 

BODDIE, SYLVIA. 
It won't be long. SEE Jimerson, 
Jessie. 

BODE, KERSTIN. 
Du ar den enda. SEE Enders, Georg. 
Asanisse. 

BODYCOMBE, ANEURIN. 
Valse gracile; [for] piano, by Aneurin 
Bodycombe. © Volkwein Bros. , inc. , 
Pittsburgh; 10May50; EP46122. 

BOHM, THEOBALD, 1794-1881. 

♦(Caprices-etudes, flute, op. 26) Vingt- 
quatre caprices-etudes; de Th. Boehm, 
entierement revus, corriges et annotes, 
par Marcel Moyse. Boehm' s twenty- 
four capricciosos-studies. 22. 50 © on 
revision, correction & annotation; 
Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 25Sep49; 
EF0-1335. 

♦(Etudes, flute) Douze etudes; de Th. 
Boehm, entierement revues, corrigees 
et annotees, par Marcel Moyse. Twelve 
studies. 17. 50 © on revision, correction 
fc annotation; Alphonse Leduc & cie. 
Paris; 30Sep49; EFO-1338. 

BOELLMAN, L 
Hear us, our Father; sacred song for 
soprano or tenor with violin, harp or 
piano, and organ ace. by L. Boellman. 
Arr. by N. Lindsay Norden. [Score and 
parts] 750 © on arrangement; H. W. 
Gray Co., inc.. New York; 20Jan50; 
EP43972. 

BOfiLLMANN, LEON, 1862-1897. 
♦Suite gothique; by Boellmann, op. 25. 
Pianoforte solo, arr. by King Palmer. 
3/6 © on arrangement; Wm. Paxton & 
Co. , ltd. , London; 22Feb50 (in notice: 
1949); EFO-2882. 

BttflJE, ANDERS. 
Da vtntar jag vid vftgarna; [by] Anders 
BQrje, [words by] Rune LindstrOm, 
[arr. by Gunnar Hahn] 2:25 © A.b. 
Nordiska musikf&rlaget, Stockholm; 
3Dec49 ; EFO-2227. 



B6RJE. ANDERS. 
SEE ALSO Bo"rje & C:o, pseud . 

BORJE & C:0, pseud . 
SjOmanslflngtan; text: Roland [pseud. |, 
musik; BGrje & Co. [pseud. ] 2:25 
© Sonora musikfBrlags ab, Stockholm; 
Uan47; EF15281. 

BOFF, ANNA McCoy, 1887- 
Oh, my Lord, God of the holy face; 
sacred song, by Anna McCoy Boff. 50£ 
© The Boston Music Co. , Boston; 3Feb50; 
EP44221. 

BOHLENIUS, ALLAN HERBERT. 
SEE Sonoras Schlagerbukett. 

BOICE, W. E. 
Choice light and life songs. SEE 
Lowell, L. M. 

BOIELDIEU, FRANCOIS ADRIEN. 1775-1834 
♦Calif of Bagdad; overture, [by] F. A. 
Boieldieu, arr. by Aubrey Winter. 
London. New York Sole selling agents. 
Boosey & Hawkes. (Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] 4/- © on 
arrangement; Ha.vkes & Son (London) ltd • 
60ct32; EF14914. 

BOILEAU, HARVEY VINCENT, 1907- 
Gee! I'm a lucky guy. SEE 
MacRae, K. M. 

BOISMORTIER, JOSEPH BODIN DE. ca 
1691-ca. 1765. — 

Sonate no. 5; pour basson (ou violoncelle) 
et clavier, par Bodin de Boismortier. 
Realisee par Fernand Oubradous. 
(Musiques francaises. 12) [Score and 
part] © Edouard Richlie, Editions du 
Siecle musical, Geneve; 15Mar50; 
EFO-2994. 



BOLAIN, J. 
Manneken-Pis. 
Francois. 



SEE Wittebols, 



BOLAND, CLAY ALOYSIUS. 
(Adamant Eve) Love is; [from the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania show, Adamant Eve] 
by Clay Bo land, Jr. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Simon 
House, inc.. New York; 9Nov49; EP43875. 

Pray; by Clay Boland, [words by] Moe 
Jaffe [and] Bickley Reichner. © General 
Music Pub. Co., inc.. New York; 
15May50; EP46587. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 3Nov46, EU43955. 

BOLANDER, NILS. 
Adventsijusen. SEE Lindroth, Henry. 

BOLAfiOS, CARLOS. 
Pobre jacinto. SEE Delis, Gelasio. 

BOLER. KATHLEEN, 1917- 
Because love is so nightly; words and 
music by Kathleen Boler. © Boler Music 
Pub. Co., Detroit; 14Apr50; EP45897 

Guess I'll have to put my heart away. 

SEE Freeman, Jared. 
It's just a simple affair; words and music 

by Kathleen Boler. © Boler Music Pub. 

Co. , Detroit; 6Mar50; EP44735. 

BOLES, CLYDA. 1912- 
We ail wish you all Merry Christmas. 
SEE Boles, Wayland. 

BOLES, WAYLAND, 1908- 
We all wish you all Merry Christmas; 
words by Wayland and Clyda Boles and 
music [by Wayland Boles] assisted by 
Sharon Kay, Marcia Beth and Barbara 
Ann Boles. © Wayland Boles; 23Dec49; 
EP43240. 

BOLONA, ALFREDO. 
No me agites. SEE Hernandez, Pedro. 

BOMAN, ERIK. 
Sakflr som en flicka kan bli. SEE 
Agren, Sigurd. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



BON. JANET SCOTT, 1903- 
Song of the pines; piano solo by Janet Scott 
Bon. 30C © The Boston Music Co. . 
Boston; 8May50: EP46281. 

BONACIO. BENNIE. 1903- 

Lady with the veil; [by] Bennie Bonacio. 
[words] by Mildred King [and] Sal Dell, 
[piano arr. by George Sumner] © Melo- 
music Publications, inc. . New York; 
16Feb50; EP44376. 

Occhi belli Beautiful eyes, by Mildred 
King, Sal Dell [and] Bennie Bonacio, 
based on a theme by V. di Chiara. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols; 
English words] © Melomusic Publications, 
inc. , New York; 16Feb50; EP44375. 

The wishing well; based on a theme by 
Beethoven, by Mildred King, Henry 
Jerome [and] Bennie Bonacio. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Melomusic Publications, inc.. New 
York; 30Mar50; EP45170. 

BONAGURA, ENZO, 1899- 
A Baden-Baden. SEE Pulci, Luigi. 
Che bella coppial SEE Pulci, Luigi. 
Fontamara. SEE Ruccione, Mario. 
SEE Piedigrotta Gennareili. 

BONANO, SHARKEY. 
Candy baby. SEE Yacich, Chris. 
When the saints go marching in; by Sunny 

Skylar [pseud. ] and Sharkey Bonano. 

[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 

© Carlton Music Corp. , New York; 

28Apr50; EP46576. 

BOND, ANDERS. 
I himmelen sjunger kring Lammets tron; 
[by] Anders Bond, [words by] Paul 
Nilsson. (Gehrmans kor -bibliotek nr 247) 
[Score: SATB (on 2 staffs) and organ] 
Kr. 0:50 © A. -b Carl Gehrmans musik- 
forlag, Stockholm; Uan48; EF15675. 

Meditation Over en dalakoral; fOr orgel 
av Anders Bond, ur muslken till Ett 
spel om en vag som till Him la blr. 
Kr. 3 © Ab Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, 
Stockholm; 29Apr50; EFO-3552. 
Sag mig den vagen, som drager till 
11 vet; melodi frln Skattungbyn, arr. fOr 
blandad kor av Anders Bond, [words by) 
Lars Linderot. (Gehrmans kor-bibllotek 
nr 248) [Score: SATB] Kr.0:35 ©on 
arrangement; A. -b. Carl Gehrmans ♦ 
musikforlag, Stockholm; Uan48; 
EF15674. 

BOM), CYRUS WHITFIELD, 1915- 
Dr owning my sorrows; words and music 
by Johnny Bond. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 15Nov49; EP42119. 

The funny little bunny with the powder- 
puff tail; words and music by Gene 
Autry and Johnny Bond. © Western 
Music Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
HApr50; EP45530. 

Roses in the snow; words and music by 
Johnny Bond. © Hill fc Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 16Nov49; 
EP42233. 

BOND, GENEVIEVE (FARNELL) 

March on, O glorious Land of 

Liberty. SEE Bond, Roilin. 

BOND, JOHNNY. SEE 
Bond, Cyrus Whitfield, 1915- 

BOND, ROLUN, 1872- 
March on, O glorious Land of Liberty; 
march song, melody of R. J. Hernandez, 
arr. for band by Roilin Bond. Washing- 
ton, D. C, Band-Bond Music Co. Parts. 
$1 © Roilin Bond; 30Dec49; EP43534. 
March on, O glorious Land of Liberty; 
[melody by R. J. Hernandez, arr. by 
Roilin Bond], lyrics by Genevieve 
Farnell. New York, Band Bond Music 
Pub. Co. 60? © Roilin Bond; 30Dec49; 
EP43534. 



BONDO, VITODA. pseud . SEE 
Carrara, Vittorio, 1B85- 

BONETT, EMERY. 
Take the sun. SEE Rota, Nino. 
The glass mountain. 

BONGIOVANNI, FRANCESCO. 
Primo album di liriche. SEE 
Respighi, Ottorino. 

BONITUS, Brother . 
Two hymns to St. Francis Xavier. SEE 
Marier, T. N. 

BONNEAU, PAUL, 1918- 
Meprise. SEE Goldbaum, Friedrich. 

Trois nofils anciens; [by] Paul Bonneau. 
[Parts: oboe, English horn, and bassoon, 
and alternative part for clarinet] 8.75 
© Alphonse Leduc fc cie, Paris; 1Nov49; 
EF0-1650. 

BONNER, RONNIE, 1919- 
Paid in full; lyric by Eddie Khoury, music 
by Ronnie Bonner. © Edward A. Khoury 
& Ronnie Bonner, d.b.a. Cross Country 
Tunes, Philadelphia; Uan50 : EP44418. 

BONNET, GEORGES, 1914- 
Le petit batelier. SEE Montagne, Leon. 
Primavera. SEE Burii, Angelo. 
Samba-sambita. SEE Unia, Louis. 

BONTEMPS, ARNA WENDELL, 1902- 
Songs of separation. SEE Still, W. G. 

BOONE, CLAUDE. 
Why don't you haul off and get religion? 
By Claude Boon. [For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 
15Mar50; EP44901. 

BOONE, EDWARD, 1892- com p. 

Songs of unsearchable riches; compiled 
by Edward Boone. [Hymns, with music] 
40£ © The Boone Pub. Co., Des Moines; 
22Jul49; EP44334. 

BOOTHE, ARCHIE McKINZIE, 1916- 
The C. H. A. Alma mater; words: Lan- 
drum Sal ley, music: Archie Boothe. 
© Chamberlain- Hunt Academy, Port 
Gibson, Miss. ; lApr50; EP45016. 

BORB6N, ALFREDO NtiflfEZ DE. SEE 
Nunez de Borb6n, Alfredo. 

BORCHMEYER, ERICH, 1910- 
. . . Und ausgerechnet du. SEE 
RiethmOller, Heinrich. 

BORELLA, ANGELO RAMIRO, 1887- 
Tu se mi vuoi bene. SEE Bergamini, 
Federico. 

BORGANOFF, IGOR, pseud. SEE 
Winter, Fred, d. 1945. 

[BORGAZZI, FABIO) 1920- 
Manca uno xero; swing, parole dl Pinchi 
[pseud. ], musica dl G. Fabor [pseud. ] 
( With Thaler, Isacco. Triste autunno) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, 
with words) and parts] © Edirioni Pigini, 
Milano; Uan50; EFO-3730. 

BORGELING, HILMER. 
Fllckorna kring Siljan; hambo, musik och 
text: Hilmer Borgeling, arr. : Gustaf 
Egerstam. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
Kr, 2:25 © Edition Sylvain a. b. , Stock- 
holm; 5Jan50; EFO-1982. 

BORIE, LYSBETHBOYD. 
Sleep -a -lot -land. SEE Richter, Ada. 

BORKOWICZ, CASEY DANIEL. 
More than it's worth; words and music 
by Casey Borkowicz. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Sep49; 
EP46542. 



BORNE, HAL, 1911- 
Roulette. SEE Martin, Tony. 

BORNE MARK, KJELL OLOF. 
Osterrikisk bondvisa. SEE Fleischner, 
Adolf. 

BORNOFF, GEORGE, 1907- 

♦Bornoff's Fun for fiddle fingers; 52 easy 
tunes for string instruments, with piano 
accompaniments by Irvin Cooper, com- 
piled by George Bornoff. 750 © Gordon 
V. Thompson, ltd. , Toronto; violoncello 
part, 28Dec49; EF15149. 

BOROWSKI. FELIX. 
O softly singing lute; T. T. B. B. , a cap- 
pella, [by] Felix Browski, anonymous 
17th century [words] (Fischer edition, 
8519) 150 ©J. Fischer & Bro. . New 
York; 10Feb50; EP44398. 

BORREL, EUGENE, 1876- arr. 

Au jardin de la flute de France; pieces 
pour flute (violon ou hautbois) et basse 
continue de Michel Blavet, Jean-Jacques 
Naudot, Joseph Bodin de Boismortier 
[and others], cholsies et realisees par 
Eugene Borrel. (Musiques francaiaes, 
5) [Score and part] © Edouard Richli, 
Editions du SleclemusicaL Geneve; 1. 
cahier, 15Aug49; EF15482. 

BORRELLY, PAUL, 1894- 
Je suis gamine; chanson danse, paroles de 
Pierre Adornler [pseud. ], musique de 
Paul Borrelly. © Adornier k. Borrelly, 
Marseille; 20 Apr 50; EFO-3789. 

BORTUZZO, ELISA, 1907- 
Inno a San Giusto. SEE Busolini, 
Emilio. 

BOSCH, FRANCISCO MERENCIANO. 
SEE 
Merenciano Bosch, Francisco, 1908- 

BOSMANS, ARTURO. 1908- 
Sonata en co lores; piano [by] Arturo Bos- 
mans. Montevideo, Editorial Coopera- 
tiva Interamerlcana de Compositores. 
(Pubiicacidn no. 41) © Instituto Inter - 
americano de Musicologfa; 28Dec44; 
EF15054. 
Sonatina his it ana; piano [by] Arturo Bos- 
mans. Montevideo, Editorial Cooper a - 
tiva Interamerlcana de Compositores. 
(Pubiicacidn no. 60) © Instituto Inter - 
americano de Musicologfa; 30Dec47; 
EF15071. 

[BOS MANS, ROBERT] 1914- 
Tjing-ta-ra. Tekat: J. van Wijk, muziek: 
R. Swing [pseud. ] © Editions Charles 
Bens, Brussel; 12Nov49; EFO-1943. 

BOSTELMANN, CARL JOHN. 
April comes early. SEE Milkey, E. T. 



BOSTEN, AILSA. 
I'll wait for my true love. 
Evans, H P. 



SEE 



BOTKIN. PERRY, 1907- 
Two shillelagh O'Sullivan; lyric [by] 
Preston Foster, music [by] Perry 
Botkln. [Melody and chord symbols, 
with words] © Preston S. Foster & 
Perry Botkln; 23Jan50; EP44181. 

BOUCHOR, MAURICE. 
Hymne a la musique. SEE 
Schubert, F. P. An die Musik. 



BOUE, MARCEL, 1923- 
La valse de chez moi. 
Edmond. 



SEE Duleu, 



BOULANGER, GEORGES, 1893- 
Avant de mourir. Serenade fflr Salon - 
orchester [by] Georges Boulanger. Op. 
17. Spezial -Arrangement: Adolf Steimel . 
(Walhalla, Nr. 603) [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © on ar- 
rangement; Ed. Bote fc G. Bock, Berlin; 
15Nov47; EF15465. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BOULEZ, PIERRE. 1925- 

* (Sonata, piano, no. 2) Deuxieme sonate; 
pour piano, [by] Pierre Boulez. © Heugel 
k cie. Paris; 2Mar50; EFO-2758. 

BOULNOIS, MICHEL, 1907- 
Solfeges de concours a 1 et 2 voix. 
SEE Paris, ficoles Communales. 
* (Symphony, organ) Symphonic, pour 

frand orgue, [by] Michel Boulnois. 
fr. © Henry Lemoine k cie, Paris; 
15Nov49; EFO-1634. 

BOURDILLON, FRANCES WILLIAM. 
When love is done. SEE Leland, H. G. 

BOURGET, PAUL. 
Peaceful evening. SEE Debussy, 
Claude. Beau soir. 

BOURNE, WILLIAM ST. HILL. 
Jesus, our good Shepherd. SEE 
Brackett. L. F. 

BOURTAYRE, HENRI, 1915- 
Est-ce que je n'oublle rien? Paroles de 
Andre Hornez, muslque de Henri 
Bourtayre. © Royalty, editions 
musicales, Paris; 9May50; EFO-3807. 
(Le rol) The cachucha; [from] the film 
Le roi. Words by Maurice Vandair, 
[pseud. ] and Maurice Chevalier, music 
by Henri Bourtayre, English version 
by Reg Connelly. 1/- © Campbell, 
Connelly 4 Co. , ltd., London; 13 Apr50; 
EF15416. 
Sur le pont de mon voilier; paroles 

de Albert Willemetz, musique de Henri 

Bourtayre. © Royalty editions musicales. 

Paris; 6Jan50; EFO-1725. 
La valse des man ti lies; paroles de Louis 

Poterat. musique de Henri Bourtayre. 

© Royalty, Editions musicales. Paris; 

9May50; EFO-3804. 

BOUSH, LOU JEAN, 1929- 
A star is shining in the west; words by 
Chas. E. Roth, music by Lou Jean 
Boush. [Close score: SATB] © Chas. E. 
Roth k Lou Jean Boush; 15 Mar 50; 
EP45009. 

BOUSQUET, FERNAND, 1886- 
Musette parisienne; valse variations pour 
accordeon, musique de Fernand Bousquet 
k Eler [pseud. ] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and part for accordion] 
© Eler; 20Dec49; EFO-1599. 

BOUSS. B. J. 
Wer soil das bezahlen? SEE 
Schmitz. Jupp. 

BOUTNIKOFF, IVAN GRIGORIEVICH. 1893- 
*Deux preludes; pour piano. [By] J. 

Boutnikoff. Op. 14. Paris. M. Senart. 
11. 00 © Ivan Boutnikoff; 30Nov29; 
EF14934. 
Fantasie und Fugue in G minor. SEE 

Bach, J. S. 
♦In Galizien; sinfonlsche Suite. En Galicie. 
suite symphonique. [by] J. Boutnikoff. 
Op. 11. Leipzig. Breitkopf k Hlrtel. 
[Score: orchestra] © Ivan Boutnikoff; 
240ct24; EF14935. 
♦Poeme; pour piano, [by] J. Boutnikoff. 
Op. 17. Paris. M. Senart. 16. 00 
© Ivan Boutnikoff; 13Feb30; EF14933. 
Poeme symphonique; [by] Ivan Boutnikoff. 
Op. 18. [Score: orchestra] © Ivan 
Boutnikoff; 16Jah50; EU190292. 

BOUVY, WALT, 1917- 
Whose heart are you trying to break now? 
Music * lyric [by] Ted Jordan [and] 
Walt Bouvy. © Ted Jordan k Walt 
Bouvy; lFeb50; EP43988. 

BOVIO, ALDO. 
SEE Piedigrotta dl Gianni. 

BOWEN. ROBERT STUART. 1893- 
Orange Blossom Trail. SEE 
Halgerson, Alvin. 



BOWEN, YORK, 1884- 
24 preludes; [in all major and minor keys] 
by York Bowen, for pianoforte. [Op. 102] 
© J. 4 W. Chester, ltd. , London; 
bk. 1-2. 6May50; EF0-3086. 3085. 

BOWER, BUGS. SEE 
Bower, Maury. 

BOWER, ELLEN, 1930- 
(King Lear) Incidental music for Shake- 
speare's King Lear; by Ellen Bower. 
[Score: flute, clarinet, oboe, 2 horns, 
2 trumpets, trombone, tympani and 2 
violoncellos] © Ellen Bower; 4Apr50; 
EU201438. 

BOWER, MAURY. 
Bop combos; by Bugs Bower, original 
solos, with bop backgrounds. [Five 
scores (piano, bass and guitar with cum 
for a solo instrument) and part for trum- 
pet, with alternative parts for saxophone, 
clarinet, vibraphone [and) accordion] $1 
ea. € Charles Colin, New York; 
25Jan50; EP44357. 

BOWER, SAMUEL A., 1873- 
This my prayer. SEE Johnson, J. G. 

BOWLES. LILLIAN MAE. 1889- 
This little light of mine. I m going to let 
it shine. SEE Pace. C H. 

BOWN, PEARL BOYCE, 1888- 
Sieata; by Pearl Boyce Bown, with bio- 
graphical sketch, instructive annotations 
on form and structure, [and] with sug- 
gestions for study and interpretation 
[by Lillle-Mayes Dodd] (Art Publication 
Society [Progressive series of piano 
lessons] Progressive series compositions, 
catalog no. 294) 25? © Art Publication 
Society, St. Louis; 26 Jan 50; EP44210. 

BOWS HER. STAN. 
Bolero. SEE Durand, P. J. 
Latin Quarter 
Oh tell me gypsy. SEE Pugatsch, L. 

BOX, HAROLD ELTON, 1903- 
Before you break my heart; words and 
music by Box, Cox [pseud. ] and Lewis 
I Ida [pseud. ] © The Irwin Dash Music 
Co., ltd.. London; Uan46; EF279. 
The girl that broke my heart; words and 
music by Box, Cox [pseud. ], Leon [pseud.] 
k Pelosi. London, Box and Cox. © The 
Peter Maurice Music Co., ltd.; lAug46; 
EF24U. 
The girl that broke my heart; words and 
music by Box, Cox [pseud. ], Leon 
[pseud. ] k Pelosi. [n. p. ] Box and Cox. 
Is © The Peter Maurice Music Co. , 
ltd.; 26Aug46; EF4325. 

The girl that broke my heart; [words and 
music by] Box, Cox [pseud. ], Leon 
[pseud. ] 4 Pelosi. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on arrangement; The Peter Maurice 
Music Co. , ltd. . New York; 13Sep46; 
EF4327. 

He doesn't look much like a hero. SEE 
Keuleman, Adrian. 

I dream in the arms of my darling. SEE 
Keuleman, Adrian. 

I want you to know that I love you. SEE 
Keuleman, Adrian. 

If I wasn't in your dream last night, 
dream again. SEE Kulma, Louise. 

Just a little fond affection; [words and 
music] by Elton Box, Desmond Cox 
[pseud. ] and Lewis I Ida [pseud. ] Arr. 
for Hawaiian and electric guitar (note 
and diagram) by Oahu Pub. Co. New 
York, Slddmore. © on arrangement; 
The Irwin Dash Music Co. . ltd. ; 
31Jan46; EP1034. 



Just a little fond affection; by E. Box, 
Desmond Cox [pseud. ] and Lewis Ilda 
[pseud. ], arr. by George F. Briegel. 
New York, Slddmore. [Piano-conductor 
score (band) and parts] © on arrange- 
ment; The Irwin Dash Music Co. , ltd. ; 
15Feb46; EP1328. 

Kay-ud m eel ah fait a. SEE Dash, Irwin. 

Make-believe world; words and music by 
Box, Cox [pseud. ] k Lewis Ilda [pseud. ] 
© The Irwin Dash Music Co. , ltd. , 
London; 14Aug46; EF2847. 

Marjorie May. SEE Keuleman, Adrian. 

A shanty in Ypsilanti. SEE Dash. Irwin. 

When you Icnow you're not forgotten by 
the one you can't forget. SEE 
Keuleman, Adrian. 

Who could love you like me? Words and 
music by Box, Cox [pseud. ] and Lewis 
Ilda [pseud. ] © The Irwin Dash Music 
Co., ltd., London; Uan46; EF275. 

SEE ALSO Heatherton, Fred, pseud . 

BOX. JULDETA MATEO. SEE 
Mateo Box, Julieta. 1915- 

BOYCE, WILLIAM, 1710-1779. 
(Solomon) Tell me, lovely shepherd; 
sir by William Boyce, from Solomon, a 
ser enata, Arr. by Elisabeth Poatom. 
[For voice and piano] 2/f © on arrange- 
ment; Oxford University Press, London; 
2tJan50 (in notice: IMS); EF0-1955. 

♦(Trio- sonata, violins k continuo, no. 12) 
Tempo dl gavotta; [by] William Boyce, 
arr. by Harold Craxton. [Two scores 
for 2 pianos] 3/6 © on arrangement; 
Oxford University Press, London; 
HMay50; EF0-3211. 

BOYD, BILL. SEE 
Boyd, William Albert. 1910- 

BOYD, EARL WOOD ROW. 1918- 
Eastern State march; [by] E. Boyd. 
[Score: band] © Earl Woodrow Boyd; 
7Jun50; EU207117. 

BOYD, JIM. 
Truck driver's boogie; words k music 
by Marvin Montgomery [and] Jim Boyd. 
© Peer International Corp. , New York; 
18May50; EP47447. 

BOYD, WILLIAM ALBERT, 1910- 
Mule boogie; lyric by Leonard McRight, 
music by Bill Boyd. © Hill k Range 
Songs, inc. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
28Apr50; EP46433. 

BOYE, C. J. 
Tv& begravningssanger. SEE 
Svedlund, K. E. 

BOYKIN. HELEN. 

The motorboat; piano solo, by Helen 
Boykin. 30? © Schroeder 4 Gunther, 
inc.. Rhlnebeck. N. Y.; 6Feb50; 
EP44153. 

The prankster; piano solo, by Helen Boykin. 
30? © Schroeder 4 Gunther. inc. , 
Rhlnebeck. N. Y. ; 6FebS0; EP44156. 

Third piano book; by Helen Boykin. 
written in collaboration with Elizabeth 
Young. 75? © Schroeder & Gunther, inc., 
Rhlnebeck, N. Y.; 28Apr50; EP45932. 

BOYLEN, JEANNE. 
The Mikado. SEE Sullivan, Jir A. S. 

BOZZA, EUGENE, 1905- 
Badinage; pour trompette et piano, par E. 
Bozza. [Score and part] 12fr. 50 
© Alphonse Leduc k cie, Paris; 30Dec49 
(in notice: 1950); EFO-1671. 
♦Pax triumphans; poeme symphonique [by] 
E. Bozza. [Op. 63] [Score] 200 fr. 
© Alphonse Leduc k cie, Paris; 5Jan50; 
(in notice: 1949); EFO-1693. 
Trois cadences. SEE Mozart, 
J. C. W. A. Concerto, flute. 
K. 285c (313). 



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BRACKETT, LYMAN F d 1937. 

Jesus, our good Shepherd; S. A [By] 
Lyman F. Brackett, arr. by Earl 
Roland Larson, words by W. St. Hill 
Bourne. (Laurel octavo, no. 1497) 
©on arrangement; C. C. Blrchard k 
Co., Boston; 6Feb50; EP44332. 

BRADEN. EDWIN. 1918- 
Cover girl; composed by Edwin Braden. 
[For piano] 2/. © Leonard. Gould k 
Bolttler, London; 15Dec49; EFO-3567. 

BRADFORD, JOHNNY. 
If you were my girl. SEE Romano, 
Tony. 

BRADLEY, DOROTHY. 1882- 
Sight- reading made easy; a complete 
graded course for the pianoforte, [by] 
Dorothy Bradley k. J. Raymond Tobin. 
3/- © Joseph Williams, ltd.. London; 
bk.8, 9May50; EF0-S172. 

BRADLEY. EDSON PHILIP, 1907- 
Paree! Paree! SEE Lanzone, Mario. 

BRADLEY. KARL. 
The Dixieland New Orleans Folio. 
SEE Hoefer. George, ed. 

The ragtime folio; selected from the 
Morris -Mayfair- Melrose series of 
famous blues, stomps and ragtime, 
[compiled by Karl Bradley] [For piano] 
$1. 25 © Melrose Music Corp. , New 
York; 7Apr50; EP46025. 

BRADLEY, OWEN. SEE 
Bradley, William Owen. 

BRADLEY. WALLACE E 1897- 

August moon; words and music by Bror 

Gunow and Wallace Bradley, with 

Swedish version. © Pallma Music 

Products Corp. , Chicago; 14Feb50; 

EP45099. 
Charming one; words and music by 

Lillian Sprotte and Wallace Bradley. 

e Pallma Music Products Corp. , Chicago; 

14Feb50; EP45100. 



Christmas love. 
Alfred. 



SEE Pinterally, 



BRADLEY. WILLIAM OWEN. 
In the hills of tomorrow. SEE Arnold, 
Eddy. 

BRADTKE. HANS JOACHIM ALEXANDER. 
Eine Rodel-Rodel-Rutschpartie. SEE 

Ulbrich. Siegfried. 
Venezuela. SEE Ulbrich. Siegfried. 

BRADY, WILLIAM, 1916- 
Fuimy about a dream. SEE Cooke, J. K. 

BRAEIN. EDVARD FUFLET, 1924- 
Gravskrift over lieut'nant Stabel; [by] 
Edvard Fliflet Braein, [words by] Johan 
Herman Wessel. (Musikk-husets 
mannskorbibllotek. nr. 123) [Close score: 
chorus (TTBB)J © Musikk-huset a. s. . 
Oslo. Norway; 20Feb50; EFO-2977. 

Ho Karl; fritt otter eln folketone fri 
Nordm^re, [by] Edvard Fliflet Braein. 

i Musikk-husets mannskorbibllotek, nr. 
19) J Close score: chorus (TTBB)J 
© Musikk-huset a/s, Oslo, Norway; 
27Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EF0-2978. 

Juninatt; [by] Edvard Fliflet Braein, 
[words by] Einar Skjaeraasen. (Musikk- 
husets mannskorbibllotek, nr. 120) 
[Score: baritone and chorus (TTBB)] 
© Musikk-huset a. s. . Oslo. Norway; 
27Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EFO-2974. 

BRAGERS, ACHILLE PIERRE, 1887- 
Missa in honorem Ss. cordis Jesu; for 
three equal voices and organ [by] Achilla 
P. Bragers. [Score] 80£ © McLaughlin 
fc Rellly Co., Boston; 14Jun60; EP47453. 



BRAGGIOTTI, MARIO. 
Variations on Yankee Doodle; in the manner 
of Scarlatti, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, 
Gershwin, for the piano by Mario Brag- 
glotti. $1.50 ©G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 30Dec49; EP43611. 

BRAGIN, JERRY. 
Miami nitfht; lyric by Gladys Shelley 
[pseud. T. music by Jerry Br agin. 
© Ben Bloom Music Corp. . New York; 
15Feb50; EP44387. 

BRAHAM, PHILIP, d. 1947. 
Limehouse blues; [6y] Philip Braham, arr. 
by Jerry Sears, for clarinet and piano. 
[Score and part] 60 £ © on arrangement; 
Harms, inc.. New York; 3Jan50; EP43454. 

BRAHE, MAY HANNAH, 1884- 

Gay pastorale; piano solo, [by] May H. 
Brahe. 2/- © Boosey It Hawkes (Aust. ) 
pty. ltd., Sydney; 14Feb50; EFO-1611. 

Marita; piano solo, [by] May H. Brahe. 
2/- © Boosey k Hawkes (Aust. ) pty. 
ltd., Sydney; 14Feb50; EFO-1608. 

Minuet for Ninon; piano solo, [by] May 
H. Brahe. 2/- © Boosey k Hawkes 
(Aust.) pty. ltd., Sydney; 14Feb50; 
EFO-1610. 

Toy Town patrol; piano solo, [by] May H. 
Brahe. 2/- © Boosey k Hawkes (Aust.) 
pty. ltd., Sydney; 14Feb50; EFO-1809. 

BRAHMS, CARYL, pseud SEE 
Abrahams, Doris Caroline, 1901- 

BRAHMS, JOHANNES, 1833-1897. 
Auf cam See. On the lake; [by] Johannes 
Brahms. Op. 59, no. 2. Edited by 
Frans Rupp, [words by] C. Simrock, 
English version by James Harvey. (In 
Rapp, Frans, ed. Marian Anderson 
album of songs and spirituals, p. 55-59) 
© on editing; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; lUun48; EP44241. 
Brahms waits. SEE HIS 
Walts, piano 4 hands, op. 39, no. 15. 

Guten Abend, gut 1 Nacht. SEE HIS 
Lieder, op. 49, no. 4. 

How lovely is Thy dwelling-place. Quam 
dilecta. Chorus for mixed voices, [by] 
Johannes Brahms, op. 45. Organ ace. 
arr. by R. Donald Curry, [words from] 
Psalm 84:1-2, 4 [and] Psalm 83. (Theo. 
Presser Co. anthems for mixed voices, 
no. 312-40033) 22? © on arrangement; 
Theodore Presser Co. , Bryn Mawr. Pa. ; 
22Feb60; EP44511. 

(Lieder, op. 49, no. 4) Vaggvisa. Guten 
Abend, gut 1 Nacht; [by] Job. Brahms, 
arr. [by] John Norrman, fri Oversflttn. 
av A. Olovson [pseud. ] (Gehrmans kOr- 
blad, nr 19) [Close score: chorus (SSAA)] 
© on arrangement 4 Swedish words; A-b. 
Carl Gehrmans muslkfOrlag, Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15588. 

A modern arrangement of a classic 
in a minor key. SEE Audiscope 
Corporation, Wilmington. Del . 

(Sonata, clarinet k piano, no. 1. op. 1B0. 
no. 1) Sonata in F minor; op. 120. no. 1, 
[by] Johannes Brahms, transcribed for 
two clarinets by Gustave Langenue. 
[Score] 1U.50 © on transcription; 
Boosey k Hawkes, inc. , New York; 
Uun50; EP47118. 

* (Sonata, violoncello k piano, op. 38) 
Sonate fur Klavier und Violoncello; [in] 
E-Moll. Op. 38. [By] Joh. Brahms, 
hrsg. von Hans MOnch- Holland. Urtext. 
[Score and part] © on new edition; G. 
Henle-Verlag, MOnchen; 15Nov49; 
EFO-988. 

* (Sonata, violoncello k piano, op. 99) 
Sonate fur Klavier und Violoncello; F-dur. 
Op. 99. [By] Joh. Brahms, hrsg. von 
Hans Munch- Holland. Urtext [Score and 
part] © on new edition; G. Henle-Verlag, 
MQnchen; 15Nov49; EFO-990. 



(Ungarische Tflnze, piano 4 hands) Ungar- 
ischer Tans. no. 5 und 6. Hungarian 
dance. [By] Johannes Brahms, bearb. 
von Hans Mielenz. (Domesticum. no. 23) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © on arrangement; Schott k Co. , 
ltd.. London; 30Dec49; EFO-3417. 
Vaggvisa. SEE HIS 
Lieder, op. 49, no. 4. 

(Walts, piano 4 hands, op. 39, no. 2) 
Walts; by Johannes Brahms, arr. for 
piano solo by Lois Long [pseud. ] 30£ 
© on arrangement; The Willis Music Co. , 
Cincinnati; 3lMay50; EP46906. 

(Waltz, piano 4 hands, op. 39, no. 15) 
Brahms' Waltz, lyric by Dorothy Swank, 
[arrangement and instruction] by [Betty 
B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu advan- 
ced harmony note course for Hawaiian and 
electric guitar, [lesson] 77PT) © on 
arrangement k instruction; Oahu Pub. Co.. 
Cleveland; 23Nov49; EP43488. 

(Waltzes, piano 4 hands, op. 39) Valses. 
Walzer. Waltzes. Op. 39, no. 2, no. 15. 
[By] Brahms, [rev. by Lambert Wilmet] 
[For piano] ©A. Cranz, d.b.a. Editions 
A. Cranz, BruxeUes; 15Dec49; EFO-1215. 

BRAILOVE. SUSAN. 
Jest in time; or. The legend of Lynore. 
[music by Susan Brailove, Betty Felsen- 
feld and Barbara Leacock, lyrics by 
Alison Ridley, June Sigler, Judith Mayer. 
Susan Brailove and Barbara Leacock] 
[Piano-vocal score] © Broadcast Music, 
inc.. New York; 19Dec49; EP43297. 

BRAITHWAITE, S H 

Pastoral lullaby; for organ by S. H. 
Braithwaite. London. Curwen; New York, 
G. Schirmer, sole agents for U. S. A. 
2/6 © Miss J. Braithwaite k Mrs. N. 
Sargent, executors of the late S. H. 
Braithwaite; 30Dec49; EFO-1174. 

BRAKE, ELIZABETH, pseud. SEE 



3RAKE, ELIZABETH, pseud. S 
Landin, Edith Elizabeth Brake. 



BRAMHALL, LLOYD WAYLAND, 1897- 
•Tis you and only you; words and music by 
Lloyd W. Bramhall. © Lloyd W. Bram- 
hall; 2May50; EP45992. 
Without your love; words and music by 
Lloyd W. Bramhall. © Lloyd W. Bram- 
hall; 27Mar50; EP45151. 

BRANA. HERNAN. 1910- 
•Tis only a matter of mind over matter. 
SEE Mysels, Sammy. 

[BRANCH. ELIZABETH HOWARD DE 

GRAFFENRIED] 

My love; words and music by Elisabeth 
Howard. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46497. 

BRANCOLINI, GIUSEPPE, 1896- 
Ad occhi aperti. SEE Chesi, Mario. 

BRAND, MAX, 1896- 
The wonderful one-hoss shay; [by] Max 
Brand, after Oliver Wendell Holmes* 
poem. [Score: orchestra] © Associated 
Music Publishers, inc. . New York; 
28Apr50; EU202579. 

BRANDEIS. IRMA. 
La bella mano che mi piagb. SEE 

Handel, G. F. Berenice. 
Ritrosa bellezza. SEE Handel, G. F. 

Giustino. 

Sempre do lei, ed amorose. SEE 

Handel. G. F. Berenice. 
Vanne si. superba va! SEE HAndel. G. F. 

Giustino. 

BRANDL, WILLY. 

•Der Weg der Oper. 119 p. (CES- 
BUcherei. Bd. 30) © Curt E. Schwab 
G.m.b. H. , Stuttgart; 16Nov40; AFO-724. 

BRANDON. D. 
Red lips and red wine. 
Ernest. 



SEE Benedict, 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BRANDON. JOHNNY, 1924- 
The telephone song. SEE Hart, Peter. 
You gotta bop the question. SEE 

Burns, Tito. 
The zombie samba; lyrics by Johnny 
Brandon and Antar Wazzan, music by 
Johnny Brandon. 2/- ©Campbell- 
Connelly, inc., London; Uun50; 
EP46968. 

BRANDSTRUP. LUDVIG. 
Pige traed varsomt. SEE Andersen, 
K. N. 

BRANDT, CARL. 
Kiss me goodnight. SEE Rosas, 
Juventino. Sobre las olas. 

BRANDT, JOHANNES, 1884- 
Zebra- Boogie- Woogie. SEE Steiner, Kurt. 



BRANDT. LARS, pseud . SEE 
Larsson, Fritz Henning. 

BRANDT, SVEN. 
SEE Odeons dans-album. 

BRANSON, DAVID. 
A hymn of trust. SEE Perrin, S. F. 

BRANT, CYR DE, pseud SEE 
Higginson, Vincent, 1896- 

BRASLAVSKY. SOLOMON G arr. 

Fair Zion. Tzion tamati; four part mixed 
voices, S.A.T.B., a cappella. Hebrew 
folk song, arr. by Solomon G. Braslavsky. 
English text by Harry F. Fein. (Witmark 
choral library, 5-W33R6) 18C © on ar- 
rangement & English text; M. Witmark 
& Sons, New York; 3Jan50; EP43451. 

BRAUN, ROBERT. 
Christ is arisen. SEE Hassler, H. L. 
If God be for us. SEE Franck. Meichior. 

BRAUNFELS. WALTER. 1882- 
Das Kirchenjahr im Kantatenzyklus: 
Advent; fUr gemischten Chor, Bariton- 
Solo und Orchester, von Walter Braunfels. 
Op. 45. Klavierauszug. [Piano-vocal 
score] © Willy Muller. Suddeutscher 
Musikverlag, Heidelberg; [no. J 1, 
10Dec49 (in notice: 1948); EFO-2936. 
Das Kirchenjahr im Kantatenzyklus: 
Weihnachten; fur gemischten Chor, 
Sopran und Bariton-Solo und Orchester, 
von Walter Braunfels. Op. 52. 
Klavierauszug. [Piano-vocal score] 
© Willy Muller, Suddeutscher Musikver- 
lag, Heidelberg; [no. ] 2, 10Dec49 (in 
notice: 1948); EFO-2935. 
*Te Deum; fur gemischten Chor, Sopran- 
und Tenor -Solo, grosses Orchester und 
Orgel von Walter Braunfels. Op. 32. 
Klavierauszug mit Text. (Universal - 
Edition, Nr. 7075) [Piano-vocal score] 
© Universal -Edition. Wien; 27Feb22; 
EF15004. 
*Te Deum; fur gemischten Chor, Sopran- 
und Tenor-Solo, grosses Orchester und 
Orgel, von Walter Braunfels. Op. 32. 
Partitur. (Universal-Edition, Nr. 7072) 
[Score: solo voices (ST), chorus (SATB) 
and orchestra] © Universal-Edition, 
Wien; 3!Oct22; EF15432. 



[BRAUNI, CECILE] 
A royal welcome; words by Isabel E. Home, 
music by Norbra [pseud.] 2/- ©Isabel 
E. Home; 23Dec48; EF15169. 



BRAVERMAN. SAM. 
Smiles and tears. SEE Royal, Larry. 

Why do I always remember? By William 
Tracer, Frank Davis, Cliff Conrad 
[and] Sam Braverman. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Robert 
Music Corp. , New York; 29Apr50 (in 
notice: 1949); EP45925. 



BRAVO, PEPE. 
Donde esta? Guaracha, letra, musics y 
arreglo de Pepe Bravo. [Piano -conduct or 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, 
Calif. ; 10Mar50; EP46404. 
EsperarG mi dia. SEE Gomez. 
Rumor de vida. SEE Carrillo, Isolina. 

BRECHIGNAC. JEAN VINCENT, 1901- 
De la rue a la lande. SEE Thomas, 
Maria. 

BREDESEN. ALICE. 
Father. SEE Haines, E. M. 

How can I forget you? SEE Haines, J. L. 

BREEN, LEO. 
Christmas on the range; [by Leo Breen] 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
2/- © Southern Music Pub. Co. (A/Asia) 
pty. ltd., Sydney; lDec49; EF0-1739. 

BREEZE, DENIS, 1903- 
Song of the Tritsch Tratsch. SEE Strauss, 
Johann. Tritsch Tratsch Polka. 

BREHME, HANS. 1904- 

♦Liebe ist teuer; heitere Oper in drei 
Aufzflgen. Text von Franz Clemens 
[pseud. ] und K. E. Jaroscheck, nach 
einem Lustspiel von Ernst Raupach. 
Musik von Hans Brehme. Op. 39. 
Klavierauszug. (Edition Schott, 3993) 
[Piano-vocal score] © Schott & Co. , ltd. , 
Mainz; 23Dec49; EF0-3186. 

BREITEN, LEO, pseud . SEE 
Obernbreit, Leopold, 1899- 

BRENNAN, JAMES ALEXANDER, 1885- 
If you care; words by Phil Sarro, music 
by James A. Brennan. © Cine- Mart 
Music Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
15Dec46; EP44663. 

Secret love; words by Evelyn Mather, 
music by James A. Brennan. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 270ct49; 
EP46490. 

BRESGEN, CESAR, 1915- 
Fein sein, beinander blelben: Alpen- 
landische Volkslieder aus Osterreich; 
[by] Cesar Bresgen. [For 1-3 treble 
voices] © Otto Muller Verlag, Salzburg; 
18Sep47; EF15387. 

BRESLER. JERRY. 
I do better up in the mountains than I 

do down by the sea. SEE Stept, S. H. 
I'm praying to Saint Christopher. 
SEE Von Tilzer, Albert. 

BRETON, PHIL, 1916- 
Boprhythmology; based on ballad. Do I 
want you? By Phil Breton. Opus 53, 
no. 1. Omaha, P. Breton Publications. 
( His Bop progressional classic series, 
no. 1) [For piano] $ 1 © on adaptation; 
Phillippe Breton; 15May50; EP46867. 

Do I want you, need you, miss you, love 
you? By Phil Breton. Omaha, P. Breton 
Publications. [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] 40? © Phil Breton; 
1 Mar 50; EP44655. 

BRETTON. ELISE, 1920- 

Roses and wine. SEE Edwards, Sherman. 

When we're dancing. SEE Edwards, 
Sherman. 

BREUER, FRANZ JOSEF. 
Hin und her. SEE Wendhof, Franz. 
(Musik zum mitnehmen) Leb' wohl; lang- 
samer Foxtrot, aus dem Real-Film: 
Musik zum mitnehmen; Text und Musik: 
Franz Josef Breuer, Arrangement: Ru- 
dolf Maluck. ( With Rust, F. W. Oh, 
Lorelei.) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Tempoton-Verlag Hans Sikorski, 
Hamburg; 20Dec49; EFO-1731. 



BREUER, KURT. 1896- 
Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau. 
SEE BeneS. Jara. 

BREUX. JACQUES. 1909- 

Boy! Paroles de Marcel Dabadie. musique 
de Jacques Breux. [French words] 
© Editions Auber, Paris; 19Dec49; 
EFO-1565. 

Donnez-nous aujourd'hui; paroles de 
Marcel D'Abadie. musique de Jacques 
Breux. © Soclete* d 1 editions musicaies 
internationales, Paris; HJul47; EF 15395. 

N'attendons plus; paroles de L£o Lelievre, 
fils, musique de Jacques Breux. 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 28Feb50; 
EFO-2403. 

BREWER. WILMON. 
East Indian lullaby. SEE Lang, E. M. 

BREWSTER, W HERBERT. 

I'm getting nearer to my home; words 
and music by W. Herbert Brewster, 
special arrangement for chorus and choir. 
Arr. by Virginia Davis. Chicago, Bowles 
Music House. 20? © Rev. W. Herbert 
Brewster & The Bowles Music House, 
Chicago; 20Jun49; EP46119. 

Let us go back to the old landmark; 
words and music by W. Herbert Brewster, 
arr. by Virginia Davis. Chicago, Bowles 
Music House. [Hymn, with music] 20£ 
© Rev. W. Herbert Brewster fc Bowles 
Music House; 17Jun49; EP47425. 

Make more room for Jesus in your life; 
words and music by W. Herbert Brewster, 
arr. by W. O. Hoyle, especially for 
choir and chorus. 15£ ©Rev. W. Her- 
bert Brewster & The Bowles Music 
House, Chicago; 3Jun47; EP44899. 

Speak to me, Jesus; words and music by 
W. Herbert Brewster, arr. by W. O. 
Hoyle. [Hymn, with music] 15? © Rev. 
W. Herbert Brewster & The Bowles 
Music House, Chicago; 18Jun47; EP46120. 

These are they; words and music by W. 
Herbert Brewster, arr. by Virginia 
Davis. Chicago, Bowles Music House. 
[Hymn, with music] 200 © W. Herbert 
Brewster k Bowles Music House; 
20Aug50 (in notice: 1949); EP47424. 

BREYDERT. FREDERICK MATTHIAS. 1909- 
Now is the month of maying. SEE 

Morley, Thomas. 
There is no rose; a Christmas motet for 
equal voices, [by] F. M. Breydert. 
(McLaughlin fc ReiUy Co. edition, 
no. 1686) [With piano reduction] 25< 
© McLaughlin & Reiily Co., Boston; 
3lDec49; EP45416. 

[BRIDEN, HARRY] 
Our love story; by Norman Newell and 
William Harrison [pseud., arr. by 
Domenico Savino] [Tor voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] ^ on arrangement; 
J. J. Robbins fc Sons, inc.. New York; 
14Apr50; EP45619. 

BRIDGEWATER, LESLIE, 1893- 
(Train of events) Legend of Lancelot; 
from Train of events, composed and arr. 
by Leslie Bridgewater. [Piano -conductor 
score (piano and orchestra) and parts] 
5/- © on arrangement; Keith, Prowse 
& Co., ltd., London; 28Feb50; EF0-166O. 

BRIDGMAN, WILLIAM CHARLES, 1887- 
The American singer. SEE 

Beattie, J. W. 
Guide and accompaniments to The 

American singer. SEE Beattie, J. W. 

The American singer. 

BRIDGMONT, LESLIE. 
Moonlight over Tahiti; by Leslie Bridg- 
mont, special orchestration by Peter 
Yorke. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] © on orchestration; 
Bosworth k Co. , ltd.. London; 25Nov4 9. 
EF0-2182. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Nov45, EF137. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



BRIEGEL. GEORGE F 1890- 

Just a little fond affection. SEE 
Box, H. E. 

Marche pontificale. SEE Gounod, C. F. 

Staccato -legato; [by] George F. Briegel. 
[Parts: clarinet and piano; optional 
parts for 2-8 clarinets] © on arrange- 
ment; George F. Briegel, inc.. New 
York; 27Feb50; EP44688. 

BRIGADA, ANGELO, 1912- 

Cantar. SEE Olivieri, Dino. 

Dillo. se mi vuoi ben.' SEE Armand, 
Gianni. 

Non c'e; moderato slow, testo di G. C. 
Testoni, musica di Brigada. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Edizioni sette note. Mi Ian o; 
28Feb50; EFO-3144. 

Tacere. SEE Cremonini, Carlo. 

BRIGGS, ARTHUR, 1899- 
R6ver d'un baiser. SEE Leardee, 
Ernest. 

BRIGGS. SUM. 
Verse-moi du champagne. SEE 
Gotlib, Dynah. 

BRIGHT, ADA. 
Sage and sand; valse caprice, piano solo 
by Ada Bright. 50£ © Clayton F. Summy 
Co.. Chicago; 20Mar50; EP45064. 

BRIGHT, HOUSTON, 1916- 
High tide; for chorus of male voices, 
with French horn ad lib. » unaccompanied. 
[By] Houston Bright, [words by] 
Elizabeth -Ellen Long. (Galaxy octavo, 
1786) 15C © Galaxy Music Corp., New 
York; 17May50; EP46788. 

BRIM, W. ALFRED, 1905- 
Old timers. SEE Dussault, S. A. 

BRING, REEDAR, pseud . SEE 
Karisson, Rune Edwin. 

BRINK, oaeud . SEE 
Ullven, Uno. 1896- 

BR1SBEN, WILLIAM EDWARD, 1915- 

It can't rain every day; words and music 

by Tom Johnstone, Charles Gardiner 

[and] Ned Brisben. © Fairfax Music 

Corp., New York; 28Dec49; EP43334. 

Nowhere else to go; words by Tom John- 
stone, music [by] Ned Brisben. ©Fair- 
fax Music Corp., New York, 28Dec49; 
EP43333. 

BRITO, ALFREDO. 
Abanicos verdes. SEE Suarez, Yolanda. 
Amor hinda. SEE Valde's, Abelardo. 

Besos de inspiraci6n; bolero, [by] Alfredo 
Brito, arr. Alfredo Brito. [Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts, with 
words] © Rumbalero Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 28Dec49; EP43938. 

Cuando te miro. SEE Valde"s, Abelardo. 

Dame tu carifUto. SEE Brito, Julio. 

Destino. SEE Balseiro, J. R. 

Enigma. SEE Cole, Roberto. 

Esta noche a las 10. SEE Marquetti, 
Luis. 

Habana vieja. SEE Garbayo L6pez. R. 

Murmuraci6n. SEE Macias, Gloria. 

No me importa. SEE Valdes. 
Abelardo. 

IQue queria Ud. ? SEE Macuran, Tito. 

Yo soy negro congo. SEE Mas, Humberto. 

BRITO, JULIO. 
Dame tu cariflito; letra y musica de Julio 
Brito, arr. [by] Alfredo Brito. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] © Rumba ler 6 Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 15May50; EP46892. 



Odiarte quisiera; bolero, [by] Julio Brfto, 
arr. de O. Estivill. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 28Dec49; EP44432. 

(3yeme Andr£; capricho-mambo, letra y 
mdsica de Julio Brito, arr. Osvaldo 
Estivill. [Piano- conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts, with words] © Rumbalero 
Music, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
28Dec49; EP43937. 

BRITO, OMAR. 
Fantasia mambo. SEE Suarez, Senen. 

BRITO, PHIL, 1915- 
Memories of Santa Lucia; by Al Hoffman 
and Phil Brito. © Barton Music Corp. , 
New York; 30Mar50; EP45251. 

BRITT, ADDY. 
Aggravatin' papa, don't you try to two- 
time me; by Roy Turk, J. Russel 
Robinson and Addy Britt. [For voice 
and piano] © Mills Music, inc., New 
York (in notice: Waterson, Berlin k 
Snyder Co.); l4Dec22; EP44053. 

BRITTEN, BENJAMIN. 1913- 
Aria. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

♦Canticle I, op. 40; [by] Benjamin Britten, 
for high voice and piano, words by 
Francis Quarles. 4/- © Boosey fc Co. , 
ltd., London; 31Dec49; EFO-993. 
Coaching song. SEE HIS 

The little sweep. 
The driving boy; [by] Benjamin Britten, 
[words by] John Clare [and] George 
Peele, [arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In_ his 
Spring symphony, p. 30-38) [Score: 
soprano, unison chorus, and piano] 
© on vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London), 
ltd., London; 24Feb50; EFO-2651. 

Duet. SEE HIS 

The little sweep. 
Ensemble. SEE HIS 

The little sweep. 

Fair and fair; [by Benjamin Britten, 
words by] George Peele, [arr. by 
Arthur Oldham] (In his_ Spring symphony, 
p. 65-72) [Score: soprano, tenor and 
piano] © on vocal score; Hawkes & Son 
(London), ltd. , London; 24Feb50; 
EF0-2657. 

Finale; [by Benjamin Britten, words by] 
Beaumont and Fletcher, [arr. by Arthur 
Oldham] (In his Spring symphony, 
p. 80-124) [Score: solo voices (SAT), 
chorus (SSAATTBB), boys' chorus (SA) 
and piano] © on vocal score; Hawkes & 
Son (London), ltd. , London; 24Feb50; 
EFO-2659. 

Finale. SEE ALSO HIS 
The little sweep. 

Hide and seek. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Job's curse. SEE Purcell, Henry. 

Let's make an opera. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

♦The little sweep; the opera from Let's 
make an opera, an entertainment for 
young people, [by] Benjamin Britten, 
libretto by Eric Crozier, vocal score 
for piano duet by Arthur Oldham. [Op. 45] 
[With optional percussion] 12/6 © on 
vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , 
London; 28Apr50; DPO-37. 

(The little sweep) [Aria; Run, poor sweep 
boy! From The little sweep, by Benjamin 
Britten, words by Eric Crozier, arr. by 
Arthur Oldham] (In his The little sweep, 
p. 48-51) [Score: soprano and children's 
voices with ace. of piano and percussion 
or piano, four hands] © on vocal score; 
Hawkes & Son (London) Ittt. , London; 
28Apr50; EFO-3382. 



(The little sweep) Aria; [Soon the coach 
will carry you away, from The little 
sweep, by Benjamin Britten, words by 
Eric Crozier, arr. by Arthur Oldham] 
(In^his The little sweep, p. 103-107) 
[For voice and piano, 4 hands] © on 
vocal score; Hawkes fc Son (London) ltd. , 
London; 28Apr50; EFO-3388. 
♦(The little sweep) Coaching song; from The 
little sweep, words by Eric Crozier, 
music by Benjamin Britten. [Audience 
song] London, Boosey fc Hawkes [For 
unison chorus and piano; melody also in 
tonic sol-fa notation] 6d. © on arrange- 
ment; Hawkes fc Son (London), ltd. , 
London; 3Uan50; EFO-2873. 

(The little sweep) Duet; [Now little white 
boy, from The little sweep, by Benjamin 
Britten, words by Eric Crozier, arr. 
by Arthur Oldham] (In his The little 
sweep, p. 18-25) [Score: Tu, piano, 4 
hands, and percussion] © on vocal 
score; Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , 
London; 28Apr50; EFO-3376. 

(The little sweep) Ensemble; [Is he wound- 
ed? From The little sweep, by 
Benjamin Britten, words by Eric Crozier, 
arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In_his The 
little sweep, p. 34-37) [Score: soprano, 
chorus (S), and piano, 4 brands ] © on 
vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , 
London; 28Apr50; EF0-3379. 

(The little sweep) Ensemble; [Morning, 
Sammy, from The little sweep, by 
Benjamin Britten, words by Eric Cro- 
zier, arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In his 
The little sweep, p. 108-111) [Score: 
soprano, children's voices, and piano, 
4 hands] © on vocal score; Hawkes fc 
Son (London) ltd. , London; 28Apr50; 
EFO-3389. 

(The little sweep) Ensemble; [O why do you 
weep? From The little sweep, by Benja- 
min Britten, words by Eric Crozier, arr. 
by Arthur Oldham] (In his The little 
sweep, p. 63-68) [ScoreTT sopranos, chor- 
us (SSA), and piano, 4 hands] © on vocal 
score; Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , Lon- 
don; 28Apr50; EFO-3384. 

(The little sweep) Finale; Coaching song, 
audience song 4 [from The little sweep, 
by Benjamin Britten, words by Eric 
Crozier, arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In 
his The little sweep, p. 123-130) 
[Score: unison chorus, piano, 4 hands, 
and percussion] © on vocal score: 
Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , London; 
28Apr50; EFO-3391. 

(The little sweep) Finale; [Help! help', she's 
collapsed! From The little sweep, by 
Benjamin Britten, words by Eric Crozier, 
arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In Ws_The little 
sweep, p. 81-90) [Score: solo voices (SA), 
chorus (S), piano, 4 hands, and percus- 
sion] © on vocal score; Hawkes k Son 
(London) ltd. , London; 28Apr50; 
EFO-3386. 
(The little sweep) Hide and seek; [Juliet! 
Juliet! From The little sweep, by 
Benjamin Britten, words by Eric Crozier, 
arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In his The 
little sweep, p. 26) [Melody, with words] 
© on vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) 
ltd., London; 28Apr50; EF0-3377. 
(The little sweep) Marching song; [from 
The little sweep, by Benjamin Britten, 
words by Eric Crozier, arr. by Arthur 
Oldham] (In his The little sweep, p. 38-41) 
[Score: sol5 "voices (ATB), chorus (S), 
piano, 4 hands, and percussion] © on 
vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , 
London; 28Apr50; EFO-3380. 
(The little sweep) The night song; 
audience song 3, [from The little sweep, 
by Benjamin Britten, words by Eric ' 
Crozier, arr. by Arthur Oldham] 
(In his The little sweep, p. 91-101) 
[Score: 4 part chorus, piano, 4 hands, 
and percussion] © on vocal score; 
Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , London; 
28Apr50; EFO-3387. 



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BRITTEN, BENJAMIN, 1913- Cont'd. 
*(The little sweep) The night song; from 
The little sweep, music by Benjmmin 
Britten, words by Eric Crosier. [Part 
song arrangement of the audience song] 
London, Boosey & Hawkes. [For unison 
chorus and piano] 6d. © on arrangement; 
Hawkes fr Son (London) ltd. ; 31Jan50; 
EFO-1467. 
(The little sweep) Pantomime and scena; 
[from The little sweep, by Benjamin 
Britten, words by Eric Crosier, arr. by 
Arthur Oldham] (In his The little sweep, 
p. 70-80) [Score: contralto, piano, 4 hands, 
and percussion] © on vocal score; Hawkes 
& Son (London) ltd. , London; 28Apr50; 
EF0-3385. 

(The little sweep) Quartet; [Sweep the 
chimney! From The little sweep, by 
Benjamin Britten, words by Eric 
Crozier, arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In 
his The little sweep, p. 9-17) [Score: 
SATB, piano, 4 hands, and percussion] 
© on vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) 
ltd.. London; 28Apr50; EFO-3375. 
(The little sweep) Sammy's bath; audience 
song 2, [from The little sweep, by Ben- 
jamin Britten, words by Eric Crozier, 
arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In his The little 
sweep, p. 53-61) [Score: unison chorus, 
piano, 4 hands, and percussion] © on 
vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , 
London; 28Apr50; EF0-3383. 
♦ (The little sweep) Sammy's bath; from The 
little sweep, words by Eric Crozier, 
music by Benjamin Britten. [Audience 
song] London, Boosey fc Hawkes . [For 
unison chorus and piano; melody also in 
tonic sol-fa notation] 6d. © on arrange- 
ment; Hawkes k Son (London), ltd. , 
London; 3Uan50; EF0-2874. 
(The little sweep) Shanty; [Pull the rope 
gently, from The little sweep, by 
Benjamin Britten, words by Eric Crozier, 
arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In^his The 
little sweep, p. 27-33) [Score: chorus 
(SS), piano, 4 hands, and percussion] 
© on vocal score; Hawkes fc Son (London) 
ltd., London; 28Apr50; EFO-3378. 
(The little sweep) The sweep's song; 
audience song 1, [from The little sweep 
by] Benjamin Britten, words by Eric 
Crozier, [arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In_ 
his The little sweep, p. 1-8) [Score: solo 
voices (TB), 2 part chorus, piano, 4 
hands, and percussion] © on vocal score; 
Hawkes fc Son (London) ltd. , London; 
28Apr50; EF0-3374 

♦(The little sweep) The sweep's song; 

from The little sweep, music by Benjamin 
Britten, words by Eric Crosier. [Part 
song arrangement of the audience song] 
London, Boosey It Hawkes. [For 2 -part 
chorus and piano] 6d. © on arrangement; 
Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. ; 31Jan50; 
EF0-1466. 

(The little sweep) Trio and ensemble; 
[Ready, Alfred? From The little sweep, 
by Benjamin Britten, words by Eric 
Crozier, arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In 
his The Little sweep, p. 113-122) 
[Score: solo voices (SATB), chorus (S), 
piano, 4 hands, and percussion] © on 
vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) ltd. , 
London; 28Apr50; EF0-3390. 

(The little sweep) Trio; [from The little 
sweep, by Benjamin Britten, words by 
Eric Crosier, arr. by Arthur Oldham] 
(Inhis The little sweep, p. 42-47) [Score: 
atb, piano. 4 hands, and percussion] 
© on vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) 
ltd., London; 28Apr50; EFO-3381. 

Marching song. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

The merry cuckoo; [by Benjamin Britten, 
words by] Spenser, [arr. by Arthur 
Oldham] (In his_ Spring symphony, 
p. 12-16) TFor voice and piano] © on 
vocal score; Hawkes A. Son (London), 
ltd., London; 24Feb50; EFO-2649. 



The morning star; [by Benjamin Britten, 
words by] Milton, [arr. by Arthur 
Oldham J (In his_ Spring symphony. 
P. 39-43) TScore: chorus (SATBB) and 
piano] © on vocal score; Hawkes & Son 
(London), ltd., London; 24Feb50- 
EFO-2852. 

The night song. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Out on the lawn I lie in bed; [byj Benjamin 
Britten, words by] W. H. Auden, [arr 
by Arthur Oldham] (In his Spring 
symphony, p. 52-58) [Score: alto, chorus 
(SATB) and piano] © on vocal score; 
Hawkes fc Son (London), ltd. , London- 
24Feb50; EFO-2655. 

Pantomime and scena. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Quartet. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Sammy's bath. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Shanty. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Shine out; [by] Benjamin Britten, [words] 
anon. , 18th century, [arr by Arthur 
Oldham] (In his Spring symphony, 
p. 1-11) i score: chorus (SATB) and 
piano] © on vocal score; Hawkes & Son 
(London), ltd. , London; 24Feb50; 
EFO-2648. 

Sound the flute! [By Benjamin Britten, 
words by] Blake, [arr. by Arthur 
Oldham] (In his_ Spring symphony, 
p. 73-79) TScore: chorus (SATB), boys' 
chorus (SA) and piano] © on vocal 
score; Hawkes fc Son (London), Ltd. , 
London; 24Feb50; EFO-2658. 
♦Spring symphony; [by] Benjamin Britten. 
Op. 44. [Words by Spenser, Nashe and 
others] [Piano -vocal score] London, 
Boosey & Hawkes. © Hawkes fc Son 
(London) ltd.; 24Feb50; EFO-1947. 
♦Spring symphony; for soprano, alto and 
tenor soli, mixed chorus, boys' choir 
and orchestra, [by] Benjamin Britten. 
[Op. 44] Vocal score by Arthur Oldham. 
[Piano-vocal score] © on vocal score; 
Hawkes 4 Son (London), ltd. , London; 
24Feb50; EFO-2647. 

Spring, the sweet spring; [by Benjamin 
Britten, words by] Nashe, [arr. by 
Arthur Oldham] (In his Spring symphony, 
p. 17-29) [Score: sdIo~voices (SAT), 
chorus (SSATBB) and piano] © on vocal 
score; Hawkes fc Son (London), ltd. , 
London; 24Feb50; EFO-2650. 

The sweep's song. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Trio. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Trio and ensemble. SEE HIS 
The little sweep. 

Waters above; [by Benjamin Britten, 
words by] Vaughan. [arr. by Arthur 
Oldham] (In his_ Spring symphony, 
p. 48-51) TFor voice and piano] © on 
vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London) 
ltd., London; 24Feb50; EF0-2654. 

♦A wedding anthem; [by] Benjamin Britten, 
soprano and tenor soli, choir and organ, 
words by Ronald Duncan. Amo ergo sum. 
[With organ ace. ] 4/- © on arrangement; 
Boosey & Co. , ltd. , London; 21Jun50; 
EFO-3721. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23Sep49, EFO-139. 

Welcome, maids of honour; [by Benjamin 
Britten, words by] Herrick, [arr. by 
Arthur Oldham] (In his_ Spring symphony. 
P- 44-47) [For voice and piano] © on 
vocal score; Hawkes & Son (London), 
ltd., London; 24Feb50; EFO-2653. 

When will my May come? [By Benjamin 
Britten, words by] Richard Barnf ield. 
[arr. by Arthur Oldham] (In his Spring 
symphony, p. 59-84) [For voice" and 
piano] © on vocal score; Hawkes fc Son 
(London), ltd. , London; 24Feb50; 
EFO-2656. 



BRITTON. ALLEN PERDUE. 

•Theoretical introductions in American tune- 
books to 1800. [Thesis— University of 
Michigan] Ann Arbor, University Micro- 
films, 1949. Microfilm copy of type- 
written ms. Positive. ([University Micro- 
films, Ann Arbor, Mich. ] Publication no. 
1505) © Allen Perdue Brltton; 3 1 Mar 50- 
A43313. 

BRITTON, HOMER FRANCIS, 1909- 
Evangelaires; compiled by Homer Britton. 
[Principally close score: SATB] 
©Homer Britton; 4Nov49; EP44177. 

BRDC, ALFRED K 
Rio; lyric by Allien Lair, music by Al 
Brix. [arr. by Pee Wee Weber] Great 
Falls, Mont., Derby Music Publications . 
© Alfred K. Brix fc Allien Lair; 6Feb50; 
EP44269. 

BRIZENDINE. PAUL EWING, 1916- 
Pretty little Shirley; words and music by 
Freddy Nagel and Paul Brizendine. 
© Fredric H. Nagel It Paul Ewing 
Brizendine; 30Dec49; EP43623. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 3Dec48. EU150312. 
Shirley; by Freddy Nagel and Paul Brii- 
endine. [For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols] © on revised lyric; Shapiro, 
Bernstein *> Co. , inc. , New York; 
16 Mar 50; EP45422. App. states prev. 
reg. as Pretty little Shirley. 

BROADHEAD, GEORGE FREDERICK, 
1883- 

O sing unto the Lord; anthem for mixed 
voices, [by] G. F. Broadhead. [Text 
adapted from Psalm 98] (Anthems for 
mixed voices, no. 332-40039) [With 
organ ace. ] 18£ © Oliver Ditson Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 5Apr50; EP45409. 

BROBSTON, MARGUERITE. 
Love is a wonderful thing. SEE 
Richard, Leo. 

BROCHET. MIREILLE. 1909- 
C'est magique! SEE Lucchesi, R. A. 

Pas de week-end pour notre amour. 
Une femme de Paris. SEE Lucchesi, 

R. A. Pas de week-end pour notre 

amour. 
Ma petite Infante. SEE Lucchesi, 

R. A. Pas de week-end pour notre 

amour. 
Nuits. SEE Lucchesi, R. A. 
Pas de week-end pour notre amour. 

SEE Lucchesi, R. A. 

BROCEY. MIREILLE, pseud. SEE 
B rochet, Mireille, 1909- 

BROCKSMITH, MARJORIE, 1907- 
Just call me friend, for now. SEE 

Wickens, C. M. 
Oh! This love. SEE Wickens, C. M. 

BROD. MAX. 

Kata Kabanova. SEE JanaCek, LeoS. 

BRODERICK, JOHN EDWIN. 

The rapids; piano solo, by John Edwin 
Broderick. Chicago. Arren * B rode rick 
© John Edwin Broderick; 27Feb50; 
EP44639. 

That's the way it goes; words and music 
by John Edwin Broderick. Chicago, 
Arren and Broderick. © John Edwin 
Broderick; 24Apr50; EP45736. 

BRODSKY, MICHAEL. 
From a cradle; by Michael Brodsky. 

[For piano] 30£ © J. Fischer & Bro. , 

New York; 27Mar50; EP45335. 
A Jig tune; by Michael Brodsky. [For 

piano] 40C © J. Fischer & Bro. , New 

York; 27Mar50; EP45336. 



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BRODSKY, ROY, 1918- 
The best-dressed cowboy In the West; 
words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy 
Brodsky. © Mills Music, inc.. New 
York; 13Dec49; EP43316. 
Everybody needs a sweetheart; words and 

music by Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky. 

© Mills Music, inc.. New York; 26May50; 

EP47101. 
Francis, the talking mule. SEE 

Mills, Irving. 
I love an old-fashioned polka; words and 

music by Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky. 

© Mills Music, inc.. New York; 23Dec49; 

EP43523. 
I offer you my second-hand heart; words 

and music by Sid Tepper and Roy 

Brodsky. © Mills Music, inc.. New 

York; 19Jun50; EP47542. 
I wish I had a dime for ev'ry heart you've 

broken; words and music by Sid Tepper 

andJloy Brodsky. O Mills Music inc. , 

New York; 26May50; EP47097. 
Itty bitty polka; words and music by Sid 

Tepper and Roy Brodsky. © Mills Music, 

inc.. New York; 26May50; EP47095. 
Love song in 32 bars; words and music by 

Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky. €> Mills 

Music, inc.. New York; 26May50; 

EP47094. 
Marybelle polka. SEE Trebar, L. J. 
One little candle on a two layer cake; 

words and music by Sid Tepper and 

Roy Brodsky. © Mills Music, inc. , 

New York; 12Jun50; EP47378. 
Question and answer polka. SEE Trebar, 

L. J. 
Thanks, Mister Florist; words and music 

by Sid Tepper and Roy Brodsky. © Mills 

Music, inc.. New York; 23Dec49; 

EP43520. 
Wait'll I get you in my dreams tonight; 

words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy 

Brodsky. © Mills Music, inc.. New York; 

13Dec49; EP43321. 
The whispering waltz. SEE Trebar, L. J. 

BROECKMAN, DAVID. 
The continental. SEE Dober, C. K. 

BROEK. PAULA VAN DE, 1918- 
Bruxelles. SEE Craps, Ernest. 
La chanson de grand-pere. SEE 

Craps, Ernest. 
Le cumbanchero. SEE Hernandez, 

Rafael. 
L' impresario et la vedette. SEE 

Craps. Ernest. 
Je traine mon destin. SEE Freundlich. 

Gunter. 
Julie. SEE Logist, Louis. 
La petite tyrolienne. SEE Logist, 

Louis. 
Ran plan plan. SEE Craps, Ernest. 
Son p'tit bonhomme de ch'min. SEE 
Craps, Ernest. 

BROOKE, RUPERT. 
All suddenly the wind comes soft. 
SEE Matthews, H. A. 

BROOKE, WILLIAM, pseud . SEE 
Thompson, John Sylvanus, 1889- 

B ROOKS, BYRON. 
I love you because you're you; words by 
Lillian W. Moon, music by Byron 
Brooks. © Nordyke Pub. Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46487. 

BROOKS, HARVEY D 
I'd like to play post office; by Smokey 
Rogers, Johnny Durham and Harvey D. 
Brooks. (For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © Sunland Music Corp. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 24Dec49; EP43402. 

BROOKS, JACK. 

You wonderful you. SEE Warren, Harry. 
Summer stock. 



BROOKS, RAY. 
Where are you tonight? Words and music 
by Lydia Wagenlander & Ray Brooks. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
16May49; EP45865. 

BROTT, ALTON. 
Easter morning, I'll be waiting for you; 
words and music by Alton Brott. [Melody 
and words] © United Music, inc. , Pitts- 
burgh; lDec49; EP43266. 

BROUGHTON. HAYDN WILLIAM, 1914- 
Sentimental me. SEE Cassin, Jimmy. 

BROUGHTON, TEDDY. 
Man or mouse. SEE Mitchell, Malcolm. 

BROUSSOLLE, JEAN. 
Dans mes mains. SEE Popp, Andre. 

BROWN, A W 

The Mareth line; quick march [by] A. W. 
Brown. (The Army journal for full 
military band, no. 750 [a]) [Cornet- 
conductor score and parts] © Chappell 
fcCo., ltd., London; 4Apr50; EFO-2671. 

BROWN, ALBERT H. 
You tell me your dream, I'll tell 
you mine. SEE Daniels, C. N. 

BROWN, ARCHIE. 
Brown's double diagram method for 
Spanish guitar. $1 © Archie Brown, 
Oklahoma City; bk. 1, 7Apr50; AA148076. 

BROWN, BROC, 1903- 
Twilight sky; by Bill Orr and Broc Brown. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
Rutherford, N. J. , Gilio Publications. 
© Broc Brown & Bill Orr; 8May50; 
EP46264. 

BROWN. CECIL W 
The dawning of eternal day; words [and] 
music by Cecil W. Brown. 15£ © Cecil 
W. Brown. Nashville, Ind. ; 6Jan50; 
EP43380. Close score: SATB. 
SEE Jesus, My Saviour. 

BROWN, DALE STEVEN. 1912- 
Tell me, dear. SEE Keitges, S. I. 

BROWN, DAVID. 1916- 
Are you the one 7 SEE Wright, 
Lawrence. 

BROWN, HULLAH, 1875- 
The bow -craft viola tutor; [by] Hullah 
Brown. [Score (viola and piano) and 
part] 3/ © Joseph Williams, ltd. , Lon- 
don; 19May50; EF0-3339. 

BROWN, JOSEPH. 1904- 
Mother's Day, gospel, words by James B 
Oden, music by Joseph Brown 
© James Burke Oden & Joseph Brown, 
18Dec49, EP46600. 

BROWN. KENNETH. 1905- 
He who would valiant be; two-part song, 
words by John Bunyan, tune: Monk's 
gate, arr. by Kenneth Brown. (Boosey's 
modern festival series, no. 159) [With 
piano ace. ) 6d © on arrangement; 
Boosey & Co. , ltd. , London; 24Jan50; 
EFO-1330. 

BROWN, LEON FORD, 1918- 
The Lord is righteous; SATB accompanied, 
[by] Leon F. Brown. Op. 24. [Words] 
from Psalm 145:17-20. (Harold Flam- 
mer choral series, 84328) 16 £ © Harold 
Flammer, inc.. New York; 13Dec49; 
EP43160. 
Love divine. SEE Gluck, C. W. , 
Ritter von. 

BROWN, LEW. 
Just a memory. SEE Henderson, Ray. 

On the outgoing tide. SEE Wayne, 

Mabel. 
You're the cream in my coffee. SEE 

Henderson, Ray. Hold everything. 



BROWN, LULA PHILLIPS. 1904- 
God is a searching; words and music by 
Lula P. Brown, arr. by Margarite Brown. 
Chicago, Martin & Morris Music Studio. 
[Hymn, with music] 15C © Lula Phillips 
Brown; 25Mar50; EP45542. 

BROWN, MADGE KATHLEEN, 1896- 
Getting myself in love again. SEE 

Buegert, Cynthia. 
When my sweetheart looks at me; words 
by Marge Stuntebeck, music [and arrange- 
ment] by Madge Brown. © Madge Brown, 
d. b. a. Brown Music Pub. House, Port- 
land, Or. ; Uan50: EP43650. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as EU142211. 

BROWN, MARGARITE, 1915- 
God is a searching. SEE Brown, L. P. 

BROWN, MERTON LUTHER, 1913- 
Arioso; for piano, [by] Merton Brown. 
New Music special ed. © Merton Brown; 
10Jun50; EP47477. 

BROWN, MICHAEL. 
Believe in me; words and music by 
Michael Brown. © Hill fc Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 7Jun50; 
EP47210. 
A castle in Spain; words and music by 
Michael Brown. © Hill fc Range Songs, 
inc. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 7Jun50; 
EP47207. 
The golden west; words and music by 
Michael Brown. © Hill fc Range Songs, 
inc. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 24Apr50; 
EP46410. 
The monkey coachman; words and music 
by Michael Brown. © Hill t Range 
Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
19Jun50; EP47617. 
The swamp boy; words and music by 
Michael Brown. © on changes in lyric 
& melody*. Hill 4 Range Songs, inc. , 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 16Jun50; EP47389. 
The swamp girl; words and music by 
Michael Brown. © mil & Range Songs, 
inc. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 13Mar50; 
EP46398. 
Wanderin 1 guy; words and music by 
Michael Brown. © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; lMay50; 
EP46444. 

BROWN, ORA LEE. 
In your love garden; words and music by 
Ora Lee Brown. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 3Aug49; EP46184. 

BROWN, RAYMOND CLIFFORD 
I love the Frisco weather; words and 
music by Raymond Brown. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; lAug49; 
EP48185. 

BROWN, VICTOR JOHN, 1908- 
Purcell anthem. SEE Buschle, H. F. 



BROWNE. MURRAY. 
Peace in our time; ballad, written & 
composed by Murray Browne, [piano 
ace. arr. by Edward Griffiths] 2/- 
© Reynolds & Co. (Music Publishers), 
ltd.. London; 18Jan50; EFO-1365. 



BROWNE, SAM. SEE 
Hornblower, Theodore, pseud . 



BROWNLIE, J. 
Carol of the adoration. 
Marguerite. 



SEE Havey, 



BROZ, OTTO, 1902- 
Melodi. SEE Stenberg, Algernon. 

BRUCE, E LEAN ORE. 
A little kvetch. SEE Lieberman, Lenard. 

Vaggs&ng. SEE Flies, Bernhard. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BRUCKNER, ANTON, 1824-1896. 

* Libera me, Domine; fur ftlnfstimmigen 
gemischten Chor, Orgei (Violoncell und 
Kontrabass) und 3 Posaunen, [by] Bruck- 
ner, hrsg. von V. Goller. Partitur 
(zugleich OrgeLstimme) (Universal- 
Edition, Nr.4976) [Score: 3 trombones, 
chorus (SSATB) and organ] © Universal - 
Edition, Wien; 5Aug22; EF 15467. 

♦Offertorium: Afferentur; fur vierstimmigen 
gemischten Chor und 3 Posaunen (Orgel 
ad libitum) [by] Bruckner, hrsg. von 
Josef V. Woss. Partitur (zugleich 
Orgelstimme) (Universal-Edition, 
Nr.4978) [Score: 3 trombones, chorus 
(SATB) and organ] © Universal-Edition, 
Wien; 22Dec22; EF15468. 

[BRULL, KAREL] 1895- 
The tale a sailor told; words k music by 
Richard Mullan [pseud. ] and Peter 
Thomas [pseud.) 1/- © Charles Brull, 
ltd., London; 4Apr50; EF15500. 

BRUMLEY. ALBERT EDWARD. 1905- 
Amazlng grace; for singing schools and 
conventions, edited and compiled by 
Albert E. Brumiey, Robert S. Arnold 
and W. Oliver Cooper. Powell, Mo. , 
Hartford-National Co. [Close score: 
SATB; shape-note notation] 35C © The 
Hartford Music Co. ; Uun49; EP45639. 
Gospel hit parade. SEE Arnold, R. S. 

Universal songs and hymns; a complete 

hvmnal, compiled by Albert E. Brumiey. 

w. Oliver Cooper, Robert S. Arnold 

[and] J. E. Roane. [Close score: SATB; 

shape-note notation] 500 © Albert E. 

Brumiey k Sons, Powell, Mo. ; lAug49; 

EP45640. 
You can't keep a good man down. SEE 

Bartlett, E. M. 

You oughts heard him, that old-time 

Fireacner man; [by] Albert E. Brumiey. 
Hymn, with music; shape- note notation] 
© Albert E. Brumiey; 4Apr50; EP45270. 
You will get your reward some day; words 
and music by Albert E. Brumiey. Hymn, 
with music. © Albert E. Brumiey k 
Sons, Powell, Mo.; 10Oct49, EP43326. 

[BRUN, JEAN ANDRE] 1921- 
La chanson de Paris; paroles et musique 
de Jean Drejac [pseud. ] © Les Nouvelles 
Editions Meridian, Paris; 15Max50; 
EFO-2850. 
Les quais de la Seine'; valse, paroles de 
J. Drejac [pseud. ], musique de J. 
Drejac k A. Lodge [pseud. ] © Les 
Editions metropolitaines, Paris; 2Jan48 
(in notice: 1947); EF15689. 

BRUNER, CLIFTON LAFAYETTB 
Unfaithful one; words and music by A. 
Lyles and Cliff Bruner. © Peer Inter- 
national Corp. , New York; 27Feb50; 
EP44754. 

BRUNNER, MIRIAM FARNSWORTH. 1914- 
(Qusxtet, strings, no. 1) String quartet 
no. 1, by Miriam F. Brunner. [Score] 
© Miriam Farnsworth Brunner; 27Feb50; 
EU195359. 

BRUNO. JESSIE, 1913- 
Kissed by the moon; an Art Melody 
arrangement, words and music by 
Christine Magnuson and Jessie Bruno. 
Chicago, Art Melody Studios. © Chris- 
tine Magnuson k Jessie Bruno; 18Feb50; 
EP44626. 

BRUNO, WILLIAM J 1895- 

I'm wearing a carnation; written by Buck 
Rodger s and Bill Bruno. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Bruno k 
Son Music Pub. Co. , inc. , New York; 
UMarSO; EP45376. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as I'm wearing a carnation above 
my heart today, 3May46, EU19627. 

BRUSTER, FLOY, 1918- 
In the hills of old Montana. SEE 
Stokes, Vonnie. 



BRYAN. ALFRED. 
I want you to want me to want you. 
SEE Fisher, Fred. Oh, you beautiful 
doll. 

BRYAN, CHARLES FAULKNER, 1911- 
Ave Maria. SEE Villa-Lobos. Heitor. 
OP Joe Clark; T. B. B. , American folk 
song, arr. by Chas. F. Bryan. (Laurel 
octavo, no. 1548) [With piano ace. ] 16C 
© on arrangement; C. C.Blrchard k Co. , 
Boston; 22May50; EP47144. 

BRYAN, CON. 

You are music. SEE Glen, Alec. 

BRYANT, DIADORIUS BOUDLEAUX. 
If it ain't one thing it's another; by 
Boudleaux Bryant. [For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 
29May50; EP46898. 

BRYANT, JOHN. 
On Lake Louise. [Au lac Louise] Words 
and music by John Bryant. [Version 
francaise de Paul Rovert] 50^ © The 
Mello- Music Pub. Co., Winnipeg, Can.; 
26May50; EF15520. 

BRYDSON, JOHN 
Of a shepherd and a iamb; two pastorals 
for unison voices and piano, words by 
William Blake, music by John Brydson. 
(Francis & Day's unison and part songs, 
103) 4d © Francis. Day & Hunter, ltd.. 
London; 23Dec49, EF0-1414. 
Stars of the summer night; two part song 
for S. A. , words by Henry Wads worth 
Longfellow, music by John Brydson. 
(Francis k Day's unison and part songs, 
101) [With piano ace. ] 4d © Francis, 
Day k Hunter, ltd. , London; 20Dec49; 
EFO-1415. 
A sunny shaft; two part song, words by 
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, music by 
John Brydson. (Francis k Day's unison 
and part songs, 102) [With piano ace. ] 
© Francis, Day k Hunter, ltd. , London; 
20Dec49; EFO-1416. 



BUCH, A. 
Folk dance. 



SEE Sternberg. E. W. 



BUCHANAN, FANNIE R., 1875- 
The music and story of Fannie R. 

Buchanan's 4-H songs. SEE 

Parish, R. M. 
A song of health. SEE Parish, R. M. 

BUCHTEL, FORREST LAWRENCE, 1899- 
The hunter; [for] E flat or F horn duet 
k piano ace. , composed by Forrest L. 
Buchtel. (Neil A. Kjos editions, no. 
D-2705) [Score and parts] 60? © Neil A. 
Kjos Music Co. , Chicago; 2Dec49; 
EP43766. 
Lift up your heads. SEE Coleridge- 
Taylor, Samuel. 
Rhythm time for band; rhythmic develop- 
ment for the elementary band, by 
Forrest L. Buchtel Piano-conductor 
score and parts. © Neil A. Kjos Music 
Co.. Chicago; 23Mar50, EP46306. 
Two friends; [by] Forrest L. Buchtel. 
(Neil A. Kjos editions, no. D-2702) 
Score (2 solo instruments k piano) and 
parts for horns in F and alternative parts 
for horns in E flat] 60? © Neil A. Kjos 
Music Co. . Chicago; 2Dec49; EP43533. 

BUCK, RICHARD HENRY, 1870- 
Kentucky babe. SEE Geibel. Adam. 

BUCK, RONALD, 1907- 
Forgive me, darling; lyric by Frank 
Willis, music by Ronald Buck. 35£ 
© Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston; 
16Jan50; EP43742. 



Hoping; words by Bonnie C. Lannan, music 
by Ronald Buck. © Cine-Mart Music 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 15Dec48; 
EP44662. Appl. states prev. reg. 
22Jul46, 32397. 

I couldn't be blue and dream about you; 
words by Franklin C. Reed, music by 
Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif. ; 3Jan50 (in notice: 
1949); EP45836. 

I just can't help loving you; words by 
Wayne Vowell, music by Ronald Buck. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
13Jun49; EP45866. 

I know a secret. SEE Rotella, Johnny. 

I'll get even blues; words by Mary Hayes, 
music by Ronald Buck. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 25Jun49; 
EP45777. 

The man in the moon; words by Elisabeth 
Martin, music by Ronald Buck. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
7Jun49; EP45787. 

No more will I roam; words by Don R. 
Anderson, music by Ronald Buck. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
260ct49; EP46529. 

BUCK, RONNIE. 
Mountain boys have fun with mountain girls; 
lyric by Leon Pober, music by Ronnie 
Buck. © Bantam Music Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 20Jan50; EP43736. 

BUCKHAM, JAMES. 
Dwell deep. SEE Mueller, C. F. 

BUDROW, MANUELA. 
Our Spanish serenade. SEE Theroux, 
Camille. 

BtiCHTGER, FRITZ, 1903- 
*Drei Motetten; [by] Fritz Bllchtger. Op. 33. 
[Score: chorus (SSATB)] © Willy Mtliler, 
StLddeutscher Musikverlag, Heidelberg; 
30Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EF0-2948. 
♦Sieben Chore nach Christian Morgenstern; 
[by] Fritz BQchtger. Op. 29. [Score: 
chorus (SAB)] © Willy Muller, SOddeut- 
scher Musikverlag, Heidelberg; lDec49; 
EFO-2946. 
Spielbuch fflr Ute; ein Klavierbuch nach 
Kinderlledern fOr den ersten Unterricht 
gesetzt, von Fritz Buchtger. [For 
piano, with words] © Willy Muller, 
SQddeutscher Musikverlag, Heidelberg; 
20Nov49; EFO-2943. 

BUEGERT, CYNTHIA. 
Getting myself in love again; words by 
Edward Laughlin, music by Cynthia 
Buegert, [arr. by Madge Brown] 
© Madge Brown, d. b. a. Brown Music 
Pub. House, Portland, Or. ; 1 Jan50; 
EP43651. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
EU154105. 

BUENCAMINO, FRANCISCO, Sr. 

Harana; serenade, piano solo"6y Fran- 
cisco Buencamino, Sr. 60£ © Theodore 
Presser Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 
21Apr50; EP45733. 

My soul's lament. [Hibik fig~dTwa] Piano 
solo [by] Francisco Buencamino, Sr. 
40£ © Theodore Presser Co. , Bryn 
Mawr, Pa.; 29May50; EP46911. 

BUSING, GEORG. 1914- 
Auch Matrosen haben eine Heimat. 
SEE Olias, Lotar. 

BUFFUM, HERBERT, 1879-1939. 

The best of the trade; composed by 
Herbert Buffum. Topeka, Kan. , Ander- 
son. [For voice and piano] 15£ © Herbert 
Buffum; Uan27; EP46747. 

I got it that way; words and music by 
Herbert Buffum. [Close score: SATB] 
15<! © Herbert Buffum; Uan29; EP47411. 

In His pavilion; words and music by 
Herbert Buffum. Topeka, Kan., Ander- 
son Print, k Music Co. [Hymn, with 
music] 15£ © Herbert Buffum; 1 Jan24; 
EP47410. 

My heart is fixed. SEE Winsett, R. E. 



34 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



BUGATCH. SAMUEL, 1898- 

*Lsrael, a dream realized; a cantata for 
soli, unison chorus and narrators, by 
Samuel Bugatch. [With piano ace. ] 
$1.50 © Bloch Pub. Co.. New York; 
20Apr50; EP45952. 

BUGGY. DSfiujL SEE 
Konyn, Lillane. 1929- 

BUIVYDAITES. B. 
AS per nakti. SEE Banaitis. K. V. 

EN BUKETT SCHLAGER. SEE 
Schlagerbuketten. 

BUKIN. ARKADIUSZ. 1896- 
Led piosenko. SEE Evangeline. Sister . 

BULBER, FRANCIS GERARD. 

*Teacher activities of the vocal school 
music program. 156 p. (George Pea- 
body College for Teachers. Contribution 
to education no. 406) © Bureau of Publi- 
cations, George Peabody College for 
Teachers, Nashville; 17Dec49; A39798. 

BULL, OLE BORNEMANN. 1810-1880. 
Siciliano e tarantella. Siciliano og 
tarantella. [By] Ole Bull. [Arr. d'apres 
les manuscrits originaux (piano et 
partition d' orchestra) par Ola Linge] 
Paris, Ermon. [Score (violin and piano) 
and part] © on arrangement; Ola Linge; 
15Dec48; EF 15511. 

BULLOCK. WALTER, 1907- 
Blue day. SEE Ellstein, Abraham. 

What a day. 
Call it love. SEE Ellstein, Abraham. 

What a day. 
Dreams ago. SEE Ellstein, Abraham. 

What a day. 
It's a long time till tomorrow. SEE 

Ellstein, Abraham. What a day. 

What a day 1 . SEE Ellstein, Abraham. 

BULMAN. BEATRICE. 
Fifty sacred songs. SEE Bach, J. S. 

BULTERMANN. JACK. 1898- 
Du und eine Fruhlingsnacht. SEE Olias, 
Lotar. Das Geheimnis des hohen Falken. 

BUMP, EDNA L 1908- 

Tom Thumb polka; lyric by Henry B. 
Burkland, music arr. by Edna L. Bump. 
South Carver. Mass.. Tom Thumb Pub. 
Co. © Edna L. Bump; 30Dec49; EP43465. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 30ct49, 
EU18052n. 

BUNCE. MARGARET. 
An island song. SEE Longmire, John. 

BUNNELL. ALVAS, 1910- 
Man of sorrows. SEE Zierk, Mildred. 
Thank you. Lord, for every trial. 

SEE Zierk, Mildred. 
The harvest fields are calling. SEE 

Zierk. Mildred. 



BURDGE, GORDON, 1906- 
Anniversary toast to my wife. SEE 
Robinson, J. R. 

BURKE. CAROLINE. 
Sweet Kitty Mai one from Athlone. 
SEE Hall. David. 

BURKE. JOE, 1884- 
Hrmn of the hills; words by Paul Cunning- 
ham, music by Joe Burke. € Broadway 
Music Corp. , New York; 22Mar50; 
EP45116. 

BURKE, JOHN, 1908- 
Accidents will happen. SEE Van Heusen, 
James. Mr. Music. 



And you'll be home. SEE Van Heusen, 

James. Mr. Music. 
Early American. SEE Van Heusen, James. 

You can change the world. 
High on the list. SEE Van Heusen. James. 

Mr. Music. 
The horse told me. SEE Van Heusen. 

James. Riding high. 
I've just got to get out of the habit. 

SEE Van Heusen, James. 
Life is so peculiar. SEE Van Heusen, 

James. Mr. Music. 
Someplace on anywhere road. SEE 

Van Heusen, James. Riding high. 
Sunshine cake. SEE Van Heusen. 

James. Riding high. 
We've got a sure thing. SEE 

Van Heusen. James. Riding high. 

BURKHART. FRANZ, 1902- 
Passacaglia; [by] Franz Burkhart 
[Einrichtung von Karl Scheit] (Musik 
fur Gitarre. U. E. 11959) © on adapta- 
tion; Universal-Edition. Wien; 13Ju149; 
EFO-1266. 

BURKLAND, HENRY B. , 1900- 
Tom Thumb polka. SEE Bump, E. L. 

BURU, ANGfcLO, 1895- 

Bacancita; musique de Angelo Burli, 
arrangement de Albert Lasry. Paris, 
R. Breton. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts. © on arrange- 
ment; France Music Co. ; 18Jul49; 
EF15155. 
Mala pata; musique de Angelo Burli, 
arrangement de Albert Lasry. Paris, 
R. Breton. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © on arrangement; 
France Music Co.; 2Feb49; EF15153. 
Me voy compafleros; musique de Angelo 
Burli. arrangement de Albert Lasry. 
Paris, R. Breton. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © on ar- 
rangement; France Music Co. ; 27Dec48; 
EF15154. 
Munequlta de Paris; musique de Angelo 
Burli, arrangement de Albert Lasry. 
Paris, R. Breton. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © on ar- 
rangement; France Music Co.; 13May49; 
EF15151. 
Primavera; paroles de Geo Bonnet, 
musique de Angelo Burli. [For voice and 
piano, and voice part; French words] 
© Arpege, editions musicales, Paris; 
30Sep49; EFO-1574. 
Puisque tu me reviens; tango chante. 
Paroles de Henri Contet, musique de 
Angelo Burli. [For voice and piano, and 
voice part] © Arpege editions musicales, 
Paris; 30Jul49; EFO-1190. 
Solitario; musique de Angelo Burli, ar- 
rangement de Albert Lasry. Paris, R. 
Breton. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] © on arrangement; 
France Music Co.; 13May49; EF15152. 

BURMEISER, VIKTOR, 1895- 
Die Sonatine. SEE Scholz. E. C. 

BURNETTE, LESTER ALVIN, 1911- 
Don't you think you're wrong? Words and 
music by Smiley Burnette, arr. by S. 
Ellison. © Rancho Music Co. , Studio 
City, Calif.; 28Jun50; EP47491. 
Lonely rose; words and music by Smiley 
Burnette, arr. by Stanley Ellison. 
© Rancho Music Co. , Studio City, Calif. ; 
24Apr50; EP45641. 
Make it do; words and music by Smiley 
Burnette, arr. by S. Ellison. © Rancho 
Music Co. , Studio City, Calif. ; 24Apr50; 
EP45642. 
No time; words and music by Smiley 
Burnette, arr. by Stanley Ellison. 
© Rancho Music Co. , Studio City, 
Calif. ; 28Jun50; EP47490. 

BURNAM, EDNA-MAE, 1900- 
At the carnival; for the piano, by Edna- 
Mae Burnam. 30£ © G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York; 31May50; EP47272. 



The barber pole; for the piano, with 
words, by Edna-Mae Burnam. 350 
© G. Schirmer, inc. . New York; 
5Jun50; EP47259. 

BURNIER, ROBERT. 
Serenade en passant; paroles de Paul 
Potron, musique de Robert Burnier. 
© Les Nouvelles Editions Meridian. 
Paris; 15Mar50; EFO-2911. 

BURNS, BOBBY. SEE 
Burns. Charles James. 1902- 



BURNS, CHARLES JAMES, 
Lovestruck. SEE Walter, 



1902- 
Serge. 



BURNS, JEANNE. 
Ho-hum, it's spring; words by Harold 

Mott, music by Jeanne Burns. © Robert 

Music Corp., New York; 30Mar50 (in 

notice: 1949); EP45187. 
San Francisco sketches; modern American 

suite for piano, by Jeanne Burns. $ 1. 25 

© J. J. Robbins & Sons, inc.. New York; 

10Feb50; EP44390. 
Sunday isn't Sunday any more. 

SEE Jeffries, Herb. 

BURNS, JETHRO. SEE 
Burns, Kenneth C. 

BURNS, JOHN JOSEPH, 1919- 
Clap your hands when you're feeling blue; 
by Johnny Burns. [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Westchester 
Music Co., New York; Uan50; EP46686. 

BURNS, KENNETH C. 
Tennessee border no. 2. SEE 

Work, Jimmy. 
What put the pep in Grandma? SEE 
Foree, Mel. 

BURNS. TITO, 1921- 
You gotta bop the question; words by 
Johnny Brandon, music by Tito Burns. 
© The Cinephonic Music Co. , ltd. , 
London; 13Feb50; EFO-3083. 

BURNS, WILFRED, pseud . SEE 
Harris, Bernard, 1917- 

BURNTVEDT. THORVALD OLSEN, 1888- 
Home-longing. SEE Sateren, L. B. 

BURROUGHS, JOHN. 
Waiting. SEE Frey, Erik. 

BURROW. JAMES B. 
The cowboy's hopes. SEE Carleton, 
R. L. 

BURROWS, RAYMOND MURDOCK, 1905- 
* Let's write and play; guided home activity 
to insure reading skill and musical 
understanding when used as a companion to 
The young explorer at the piano, by 
Raymond Burrows and Ella Mason Ahearn. 
75<J © The Willis Music Co. . Cincinnati; 
24Feb50; EP44761. 
Raymond Burrows piano series: For the 
older beginner. [By Raymond Burrows] 
in collaboration with Harry R. Wilson 
and D. Savino. $1 © J. J. Robbins fc 
Sons, inc.. New York; bk. 1, 3lMar50; 
EP45444. 

[BURROWS, REX JOHN] 1903- 
You and me; by Frankie Russell [pseud. , 
words by] Leo Towers [pseud, and] 
Michael White. © Rex Music, ltd. . 
London; 16Jan50; EFO-3560. 

BURT. JUSTIN GUY. 1887- 
He is my song; [by] Justin G. Burt. 
[Hymn, with music] © Justin G. Burt; 
8Jun50; EP47080. 

Light my way; theme and title suggested 
by Myrtle Rice Shumate, words by 
Justin G. Burt, music by J. G. Burt. 
[Hymn, with musicj © Justin G. Burt- 
8Jun50; EP47079. 



35 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BURTON, ELDIN, 1913- 
(Sarabande, piano) Sarabande In G major; 
piano solo by Eldin Burton. 500 © The 
Boston Music Co. , Boston; 15Jun50; 
EP47357. 
A walk in the country; piano solo by 
Eldin Burton. 300 © The Boston Music 
Co., Boston; 5May50; EP46381. 

BURTON, MARCEAU, 1915- 

Joyeux titi; Java, musique de M. Burton 
k W. Staquet. arr. [by] Leo Straal 
[pseud. J [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] © Editions musicales 
bruxeiloises, Bruxelles; lDec49; 
EF0-1113. 

Lucette; poika. [by] M. Burton k W. 
Staquet, arr. [byj Leo Straal [pseud. ] 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Editions musicales bruxelloises. 
Bruxelles; lDec49; EF0-1114. 

Manneken-Pis. SEE Wittebois, 
Francois. 

BURTON, VAL 
(The Hollywood nine o'clock revue) 
Penthouse serenade. When we're alone, 
[from The Hollywood nine o'clock revue] 
by Will Jason and Val Burton. Simplified 
accordion arrangement by Alfred Mayer. 
35? © on arrangement; Famous Music 
Corp., New York; 9Mar50; EP45759. 
(The Hollywood nine o'clock revue) Pent- 
house serenade; When we're alone, [from 
The Hollywood nine o'clock revue] by Will 
Jason and Val Burton, arr. by Charles 
Strouse. [For piano, four hands] 750 
© on arrangement; Famous Music Corp. , 
New York; 28Jun50; EP47609. 

BURY, WINIFRED. 
It was the lovely moon; song, with music 
by Winifred Bury, words by John Freeman. 
2/- © Peterson's Publications, ltd., 
London; 2Dec49; EF15183. 

BUSATTI. CHERUBINO. 

Dite ch'io canti; [by] Cherubino Busatti, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1, p. 22) [For 
voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; 13ep49; EFO-2135. 

E tomato il mio ben; [by] Cherubino 
Busatti, edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, 
p. 28) [For voice and piano] © on 
harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
f or lag, Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2098. 

Morto son io; [by] Cherubino Busatti, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 26-27) 
[For voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenag- 
hen; lSep49; EFO-2097. 

Pupillette; [by] Cherubino Busatti. 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 25) [For 
voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenag- 
hen; lSep49; EFO-2096. 

BUSBY, ROBERT. 

Between the scenes I; eight montages, 
by Robert Busby. [Melody with instru- 
mental cues] 6d. © Chappell k Co. , 
ltd., London; 18May50; EFO-3478. 

Between the scenes II; by Robert Busby. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d 
© Chappell k Co. , ltd. , London; 7Feb50; 
EFO-1904. 

Big city; by Robert Busby. [Melody with 
instrumental cues] 8d © Chappell k Co. , 
ltd., London; 7Feb50; EFO-1902. 

Carnival; by Robert Busby. [Melody with 
instrumental cues] 6d © Chappell ft; Co. , 
ltd., London; 18Mey50; EFO-3479. 

Dignity; by Robert Busby. [Malody with 
instrumental cues] 6d © Chappell k Co. , 
ltd., London; 7Feb50; EFO-1898. 

Follow the sun; by Robert Busby. 
[Melody with Instrumental cues] 6d 
© Chappell * Co. . ltd. , London; 7Feb50; 
EFO-1903. 



Orchid room; by Robert Busby. [Melody 
with instrumental cues] 6d © Chappell k 
Co., ltd., London; 7Feb50; EF0- 1866. 

Out of the blue; by Robert Busby. [Melody 
with instrumental cues] 6d © Chappell k 
Co., ltd., London; 7Feb50; EF0-1868. 

A refrain from Spain; by Robert Busby. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d 
© Chappell k Co. , ltd. , London; 22Mar50; 
EFO-2553. 

Sign on, sign off; by Robert Busby. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d. 
© Chappell * Co. . ltd.. London; 18May5Q; 
EFO-3480. 

Sweet and slow; by Robert Busby. [Melody 
with instrumental cues] 6d © Chappell k 
Co., ltd., London; 7Feb50; EFO- 1867. 

Taffeta and tails; by Robert Busby. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 
© Chappell k Co. , ltd. , London; 7Feb50; 
EFO-1901. 

BUSCH. LOU. 
Ivory rag; words and music by Jack 
Elliott and Lou Busch. [Includes optional 
piano solo arr. by Lou Busch] © Ard- 
more Music, Division of Capitol Publi- 
cations, inc. , New York; 15May50; 
EP46701. 

BUSCH, LOUIS. 
With men who know tobacco best, it's 
women two to one; words and music by 
Charles Hayes and Louis Busch. 
© Beechwood Music Corp. , New York; 
2lFeb50; EP44525. 



BUSCH, RICHARD, 1902- 
Ich heirate nur aus Liebe. 
Sieber, H. H. 



SEE 



BUSCH, WILHELM. 
Wer zuletzt lacht. SEE Thieme, 
Karl. 

BUSCHLE, HUBERT FRANCIS, 1901- 
Purcell anthem; words by Victor J. Brown, 
music by Hubert Buschle. © Pur cell 
High School, Cincinnati; lDec49; EP47295. 

BUSER, WERNER. 
Wedding ring of gold. Le bonheur est une 
melodie. Lyrics by Carroll Lucas and 
Frank Stanton, music by Werner Buser. 
[English words] © Southern Music Pub. 
Co., inc.. New York; 7Feb49 (in notice: 
1950); EP44562. 

BUSH. ALAN DUDLEY, 1900- 
* English suite; for string orchestra, op. 
28 [by] Alan Bush. Full score. 15/- 
© Joseph Williams, ltd. , London; 
1 Mar 50; EF0-2172. 

BUSH, ESTHER MUGAN, 1887- 
Only a dream; words by Eva Pollock Dale, 
music by Esther Mugan Bush. 350 
© Bruce Humphries, Inc. , Boston; 
20Apr50; EP47486. 

BUSH, GEOFFREY. 
Four pieces; for piano [by] Geoffrey 

Bush. 3/- © Augener, ltd., London; 

21Feb50; EFO-2024. 
Nocturne; for piano [by] Geoffrey 

Bush. 2/- ©Augener, ltd., London; 

21Feb50; EFO-2025. 
Toccata; for piano [by] Geoffrey Bush. 

( With his Nocturne) ©Augener, ltd., 

LonHonT 21Feb50; EFO-2025. 

BUSH, GLADYS BLAKELY. 

The bargain; five -part song for mixed 
voices, S.S.A.T.B., a cappella. [By] 
Glar'ys Blakely Bush, [words by] Sir 
Philip Sidney. (Part songs, no. 332- 
40060) 160 © Oliver Ditson Co. , Bryn 
Mawr, Pa.; 10May50; EP46284. 

Sarabande; piano solo, by Gladys Blakely 
Bush. 300 © Schroeder k Gunther, inc., 
Rhinebeck, N. Y. ; 3Jan50; EP43260. 



Song of the river; three -part song or 
chorus for women's voices, [by] Gladys 
Blakely Bush, [words by] Charles Kings ley 
from The water babies. (Three-part 
songs, no. 332-40068) [With piano ace. ] 
180 © Oliver Ditson Co. , Bryn Mawr, 
Pa.; 17May50; EP46704. 

A stately dance; piano solo by Gladys 
Blakely Bush. 300 © Schroeder k 
Gunther, inc., Rhinebeck, N. Y.; 
3Jan50; EP43259. 

BUSH, GRACE. 
Good news from heaven; a Christmas 
carol, SA accompanied. Text by M&rtin 
Luther, music by Grace Bush. (Harold 
Flammer choral series, 86079) 150 
©Harold Flammer, inc.. New York; 
13Dec49; EP43161. 
It is a good thing to give thanks; SATB 
with soprano, contralto or baritone solo, 
[by] Grace Bush, arr. by Wallingford 
Riegger. Text from the 92nd and 93rd 
Psalms. (Harold Flammer choral series, 
84322) [With organ or piano ace. ] 160 
© Harold Flammer, inc.. New York; 
310ct49; EP43339. 

BUSHONG. MARGARET, 1909- 
Slmple steps to smooth shifting for violin; 
by Margaret Bushong. © Margaret 
Bushong; lDec49; EP44091. 

BUSOLINI, EMILIO. 1910- 
Inno a San Giusto; [by] Emiiio Busolini, 
[words bv] E. Bortuzzo. [Score: 
chorus (SATB) and organ] © Casa 
muslcale Gluliana, edlzioni Schmidi, soc. 
a.r. 1. , Trieste; lDec49; EFO-1975. 

BUSSER. HENRI. 1872- 

Messe de Domremy; a la gloire de Sainte 
Jeanne d'Arc. [By] Henri Busser. 
Op. 122. [Chorus parts: SS and TBJ 
© Durand k cie, Paris; 29Mar49; 
EF15094-15095. 

Messe de Domremy; a la gloire de Sainte 
Jeanne d'Arc [op. 122] et Deux antiennes 
[op. 123] ad libitum pour la fete de 
Sainte Jeanne d'Arc. [By] Henri Busser. 
[Score (chorus (SSTB) 4 trumpets an 
organ) and parts for trumpets] © Durand 
k cie. Paris; 8Apr49; EF15122. 

(Messe de Domremy) Deux antiennes; 
pour la fete de Sainte Jeanne d'Arc. 
[From Messe de Domremy. By] Henri 
Busser. Op. 123. [Chorus parts: SS and 
TB] © Durand k cie, Paris; 29Mar49; 
EF15089-15090. 

BUSZIN, WALTER EDWIN, 1899- 
Be our guide through life, dear Lord. 

SEE Bach, J. S. 
Dear Christians, one and all rejoice. 

SEE Bach, J. S. 
The Lamb that was slain for us. 

SEE Bach, J. S. Ich hatte viel 

Bekummernis. 
O whither shall I flee? SEE Bach, J. S. 

Six chorales harmonized by Johann 
Sebastian Bach. SEE Bach, J. S. 

Why art thou cast down, O my spirit? 
SEE Bach, J. S. Ich hatte viel 
BekOmmernis. 

BUTLER, RALPH. 

Singing beside the sea. SEE Littman, 

Michael. 
There's a lovely lake in Love land. 

SEE Evans, Tolchard. 

What a pity! what a shame! SEE 
Littman, Michael. 

BUTTOLPH, EDNA GIBSON. 
Sing a song of action. SEE Norman, 
Ruth. 

BUTZKE, MARGARET. 
My secret love. SEE Hall, David. 



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BUXEUIL, REN^DE. 
Close your pretty eyes. Ferme tes jolis 
yeux; berceuse, paroles de Virgile 
Thomas et R. de Buxeuil, musique de 
Rene de Buxeuil. English lyric by Kermit 
Goell. © Hudson Music Corp. , New 
York; 23Feb50; EP44421. 

BUYS. PETER. 1881- 

* Cavalier; overture, by Peter Buys. 

(Symphonic band series, no. 32) [Score 
and parts] $8.50 © Ludwig Music Pub. 
Co.. Cleveland; 29Mar50; EP45321. 

buzzacchi. ianto. 1898- 

(Tragedia sul Pacific o) Settembre; 
valzer lento, dal film Tragedia sul 
Pacifico, parole di Puricelll, musics 
dl Buzsacchi. [Piano-conductor score: 
orchestra, with words] © Italmusica, 
Milano; UanAO; EFO-2014. 

(Tragedia sul Pacifico) Stanotte sapral; 
moderato swing, dal film Tragedia sul 
Pacifico. parole di Pinchl [pseud. ]. 
musics di Buzzacchi. [Piano-Conductor 
score: orchestra, with words] 
© Ital-musica. Milano; Uan50; EFO- 
2013. 

BUZZOLENI, GIOVANNI. 

(Lontananza) Si che morte; [aria da 11a 
cantata Lontananza. By] Giovanni 
Buzzoleni. edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen. Knud. ed. La flora, v. 1. 
p. 72-74) [For voice and piano] © on 
harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
f or lag, Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2152. 

(Sogno) Non fuggirai; [recitativo ed aria 
della cantata Sogno. By] Giovanni 
Buzzoleni. edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen. Knud. ed. La flora, v. 2, 
p. 40-42) [For voice and piano] © on 
harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forlag. Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2103. 

(Suplica amorosa) Volgiml. o cara Filli; 
[principio della cantata Suplica amorosa. 
By] Giovanni Buzzoleni. edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen. Knud. ed. La 
flora, v. 1, p. 68-71) [For voice and 
piano] © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, muslk-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2151. 

BYERS, ELSIE BIRT. 
Rainbow of roses. SEE Benson, Roy. 

BYHMAR. G&TA. 
SEE Sonoras sommarrevyalbum. 

BYNNER. WITTER. 1881- 
Beloved stranger. SEE Babin, Victor. 

BYRD, CH. , pseud. SEE 
Schleich, Ernest, 1894- 

BYRD. WILLIAM. 1542 or 3-1623. 

* (Works) The collected vocal works of 

William Byrd; edited by Edmund H. 
Fellowes. © on editing fc arranging; 
Stainer & Bell. ltd.. London; v. 13-15. 
7Nov49; v. 16-17. 10Nov49; EF0-2385, 
2384. 2383, 2382. 2381. 

BYSTROM, AXEL. 

HErliga stad; av Axel BystrOm. [For 1-2 
voices and piano, with chord symbols] 
Kr. 2:- © A. -b. Carl Gehrmans musik- 
fOrUg, Stockholm; 16Feb50; EF0-2619. 

Li vets land; text och nraslk; Axel BystrOm. 
Piano med gitarranaiys. kr. 2:- 
€> Soaora masikfSrlags a. -b. . Stockholm: 
Uan48; EF15282. 



C, M.. 
Elkan. 



SEE 



Cabrldens. Marcel Eugene. 

CABLE. HOWARD. 
Music in my heart; music by Howard Cable, 
words by Leslie R. Bell. 501 © Can- 
adian Music Sales Corp. . ltd. . Toronto; 
23Feb50; EF0-2730. 



CABRIDENS. MARCEL EUGENE. 
A l'americaine. SEE Lopez. Francisco. 

La belle de Cadix. 
La chanson des camelias. SEE 

Padilla. Jose. Symphonic portugaise. 
Chanter. SEE Lopez. Francisco. 

La belle de Cadix. 
Chaque nuit une etoile. SEE Padilla. 

Jose. Symphonic portugaise. 
Le dernier chant de mon coeur. 

SEE Padilla. Jose. Symphonie 

portugaise. 
EspaAita. SEE Sentis. Jose. 

Madona mia. SEE Padilla. Jose. 

Symphonie portugaise. 
Partir sur les routes du monde. 

SEE Padilla. Jose. Symphonie 

portugaise. 
Pleure mon coeur. SEE Padilla, 

Jose. Symphonie portugaise. 
Premier recueil de I'operette 

Symphonie portugaise. SEE 

Padilla. Jose. Symphonie portugaise. 
La saison des violettes. SEE Padilla. 

Jose. Symphonie portugaise. 
Un seui jour. SEE Malderen. 

Edouard van. 
Symphonie portugaise. SEE Padilla. 

Jose. 

CACCINI. FRANCESCA. b, 1581. 

*(La liberazione di Ruggiero) La llberazione 
di Ruggiero dalT isola d'Alclna; a balletto 
by Franceses Caccini. Edited by Doris 
Silbert. (Smith College music archives, 
no. 7) [Piano-vocal score] © on correc- 
tions, realization of figured baas At editing; 
The Trustees of the Smith College, 
Northampton, Mass.; 20Mar46; EP47406. 

CACCINI, GIULIO. 

AL foate, al prato; [by] Giulio Caccini. 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. Qn Jeppesen. 
Knud. ed. La flora, v. 3. p. 6) [For 
voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, muslk-forlag; Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EF0-2038. 

Amarilli; [by] Giulio Caccini. poesia: 
Gio. Batt. Guarini. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen. Knud. ed. La 
flora, v. 1. p. 12-13) © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, muslk-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EF0-2130. 

Amor, ch'attendi; [by] Giulio Caccini, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (Jn_ Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, p. 4) [For 
voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, muslk-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EF0-2036. 

Aur' amorosa; [by] Giulio Caccini, edited 
by Knud Jeppesen. (ln_ Jeppesen, Knud. 
ed. La flora, v. 3, p. 5) [For voice 
and piano] © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, muslk-forlag. Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2037. 
Deh. dove son fugglti; [by] Giulio Caccini, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen. 
Knud. ed. La flora, v. 1, pT 10-11) 
[For voice and piano] © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2129. 
Fere selvaggie; [by] Giulio Caccini, poesia: 
Francesco Cini. Edited by Knud Jeppe- 
sen. (In J eppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, 
v. 1, pT"B-8) © on har moult at ion; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; !Sep49; EFO-2127. 
O, che felice giorno; [by| Giulio Caccini, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In_ Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, p. 3) [For 
voice and piano) © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EFO-2035. 

Occh' inmortall; [by] Giulio Caccini, 
poesia: Ottavio Rinucclnl. Edited by 
Knud Jeppesen. Qn Jeppesen, Knud, ed. 
La flora, v. 1, p/T0) © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2128. 



Udite amanti; [by] Giulio Caccini, poesia: 
Ottavio Rinucclnl. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora, v. 1, p. 7) © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, muslk-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EFO-2126. 

CACERES, EMILIO. 
Ciegamente; letra de Angelina Sandoval, 

musics de Emiho Caceres. © Peer 

International Corp. , New York; 18May50; 

EP47221. 
Olvidate de mi; letra de Angelina 

Sandoval, musics de Emilio Caceres. 

© Peer International Corp. , New York; 

13Mar50; EP45396. 

[CADALEN, FRANCK] 
La pi pet a; samba guaracha. letra de 
Tortiluna Doddy [pseud. ], musics de 
Jose de Clana [pseud. ] (With Sentis. 
Jose. Gaditana) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Julio Garzon, Paris; 30Dec49 (in 
notice: 1950); EFO-2515. 

CADICAMO, ENRIQUE. 
Entre sombras. Dans l'ombre; bolero, 
[by] Enrique Cadicamo, arrangt. de 
Pedro Diaz [pseud. ] [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Julio 
Garzon, Paris; 31Dec49 (in notice: 1950); 
EFO-2510. 

Montparnasse. SEE Deambrogio, Juan. 

CADOU, ANDRri PIERRE, 1885- 
Snow -waltz. Valse de la nelge. [By] 
Andre Cadou. [Paris, R. Breton] [For 
piano] © France Music Co. ; 3Jan50; 
EF15445. 

CADZOW, DOROTHY, 1916- 
Golden dawn; for medium voice, poem by 
Marjorie Pickthall, music by Dorothy 
Cadzow. 60C © BMI Canada ltd. , Toronto; 
30Dec49; EF15015. 

[CAFFOT. SYLVERE VICTOR JOSEPH] 
1903- 

Ca e'est le coeur de Paris; paroles de 
Leo Lelievre, fils. musique de Rene 
Sylviano [pseud ] © Editions Salabert. 
Paris; 14Oct40; EF0-1324. 

CAGNACCI, MARCELLO, 1897- 
Un' eredlta 1 bizzarre; operetta comica 
in due attl, per soli maschi. Parole e 
musica di Marcello Cagnaccl. [Piano- 
vocal score] © Ditta R. Maurri, 
Firenze; 10Mar50; EFO-2751. 

CAHAN, JULES. 1912- 

Dans les fleurs. dans les choux. dans les 
pommes; paroles de Louis Poterat. 
musique de Jacques Cahan & Joseph 
Colombo. © Editions Salabert. Paris; 
21Mar50; EFO-2834. 

Malambo; tango malambb. paroles 
francaises et espagnoles de Framique 
[pseud. ]. musique de Jacques Cahan et 
Joseph Colombo. © Editions Salabert. 
Paris; 14Mar50; EFO-2831. 

CAHARD, ANDRg. 1918- 
Anemone; de Andre Canard & L. Lunazzi. 
( With Colombo. Joseph. La lombarda) 
[Parts: orchestra] © Editions L. Lunazzi 
Paris; 24Apr50; EFO-3076. 
Rosa; [Java], musique de Andre* Canard. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Editions F. Grare. Paris; 
30Mar60; EFO-2816. 

Sultane. SEE Baraldi. Ernest. 

Tyrolava; lava xyrolienne. musique de 
Andr* Canard. [Prrts: orchestra] 
© Editions F. Grare. Paris; 30Mar50- 
EFO-2814. 

CAHILL. RITA. 
SEE Singing words. 



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CAHN, SAMUEL, 1913- 
Always leave them laughing; words and 

music by Milton Berle and Sammy Cahn. 

(From the picture! Always leave them 

laughing. © Remick Music Corp. , New 

York; 27Dec49; EP43458. 
Can I come in for a second? Words and 

music by Sammy Cahn. © Sam Weiss 

Music, inc., New York; lMar50; 

EP44641. Appl. states prev. reg. 

15Dec48, EU151001. 
Go to sleep, go to sleep, go to 

sleep. SEE Spielman, F. F. 
I believe. SEE Styne, Jule. It 

happened in Brooklyn. 
Kisses and tears. SEE Styne, Jule. 

It's only money. 
Melancholy rhapsody. SEE Heindorf, 

Ray. Young man with a horn. 

CAIAZZO, RALPH. 
Till I found you; by Ralph Caiazzo. 
[Piano arr. by Thayer WalthallJ (For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Wyner Music Publishers, New York; 
20Feb50; EP44716. 

CAILLAT, JEAN, 1911- 
Ay ma m&my. SEE Vandenbosch, H. 

CAILLETEAU, RENE JEAN, 1888- 
J'espere faire mieux. SEE Prud'hon, 
Angele. 

CAILLIET, LUCIEN, 1891- 

The Bohemian girl. SEE Balfe, M. W. 

Romantic tone poem; [by] Lucien Cailliet. 
[Condensed score (band) and parts] $6. 50 
© Elkan-Vogel Co. , inc. , Philadelphia; 
2Jun50; EP47010. 

CAIN, NOBLE, 1896- 
All hail the power of Jesus' name; by 
Noble Cain, arr. and edited for mixed 
chorus, S. A. T. B. , [words by Perronet 
and Rippon] (Choruses for general use, 
no. R134) [With piano or organ ace. ] 18? 
© Choral Art Publications, New York; 
3Jul50; EP47603. 

The bulldog; TTBB accompanied, old 
college song arr. by Noble Cain. 

(Harold Flammer choral series, 82149) 

16? © on arrangement; Harold Flammer, 

inc.. New York; 13Dec49; EP43172. 
Chorus of joy. SEE Beethoven, 

Ludwig van. Symphony, no. 9. 
Deep river; for mixed chorus, with optional 

accompaniment. Negro spiritual arr. 

by Noble Cain. (Harold Flammer choral 

series, 81187) 16? © on arrangement; 

Harold Flammer, inc.. New York; 

310ct49; EP43344. 
Flow gently, sweet Afton. SEE 

Spilman, J. E. 
He, watching over Israel. SEE 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix. 

Elias. 
Ho', every one that thirsteth. SEE 

Martin. G. C. 
Hodie Christus natus est. SEE 

Sweelinck, J. P. 

I love Thy kingdom, Lord; from Williams 
Psalmody, 1770, hymn tune St. Thomas, 
arr. by Noble Cain. [Words by] Timothy 
Dwight. (Harold Flammer choral series, 
84323) [Score: chorus (SSAATTBB) and 
piano or organ ace. ] 16? © on arrange- 
ment, Harold Flammer, inc.. New York; 
310ct49; EP43341. 

I will extol Thee. SEE Tye, Christopher. 

Praise ye the Lord. SEE Franck, C. A. 

That old-fashioned song; for mixed voices 
with baritone solo, [by] Noble Cain. 
(Harold Flammer choral series, 81186) 
{With optional piano ace. ] 25? © Harold 
Flammer, inc.. New York; 310ct49; 
EP43337. 



Thy judgments are a great deep; for 
mixed voices, accompanied. [By] Noble 
Cain, [words from] Psalm 36:5-9. 
(Harold Flammer choral series, 84336) 
20? © Harold Flammer, inc., New York; 
13Dec49, EP43167. 
To music; for mixed voices, a cappella, 

by Noble Cain, [words by] Robert Herrick. 

(Harold Flammer choral series, 81188) 

16? © Harold Flammer, inc.. New York; 

13Dec49; EP43173. 

CAIRE, ARTHUR ADOLPH, 1900- 
I've loved you secretly; by Arthur Caire. 
Albany, Area Music House. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © Arthur 
A. Caire; 5Jun50 (in notice: 1949-1Q30); 
EP47614. 

CAIRO. PABLO. 
Mira que viva "E"; guaracha. letra y 
musica de Pablo Cairo, arr. de Juan 
E. Lazaga. [Piano -conduct or score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
50ctvs. © Peer y Compaflia, s. 1., 
Habana; 30Dec49; EFO-1285. 
El pipisigallo; son -mam bo, letra y 
musica de Pablo Cairo, arr. de Juan 
E. Lazaga. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $0. 50 
© Peer y Cia. , s. I. , Habana; 28Dec49; 
EFO-1934. 
Puerto de Santa Maria; mambo, letra y 
musica de Pablo Cairo, arr. de Juan E. 
Lazaga. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words] $0. 50 
© Peer y Cia. , s. 1. , Habana; 27Apr50; 
EFO-3582. 

Ya se pein6 Marfa; guaracha, letra y 
musica de Pablo Cairo, arr. de Juan E. 
Lazaga. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $0.50 
© Peer y Compaflia, s. I. , Habana; 
7Mar50; EFO-2708. 

CAJARAVILLE, ARMANDO. 
Me enseflaron a querer; bolero, letra 
y musica de Armando Cajaraville, arr. 
de Juan E. Lazaga. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
$0.50 © Peer y Cia., s. 1., Habana; 
27Feb50; EFO-1932. 

CALDER, GEORGE, 1914- 
Twilight time in Texas. SEE Mule, 
Louis. 

CALDER. RAY, 1903- 
Nothing so lovely Vivons un reve. Words 
and music by George Taylor & Ray 
Caider [Paroles francaises de Mimi 
Forestier, pseud. ] 50? © Starview Music 
Pub. Co., Toronto, 24Apr50, EFO-2995. 

CALDWELL, C. B. , 1921- 
Men of O. V. C. SEE Kenney, Bill. 

CALE, JOHNNY. 
Eskimo kiss polka. SEE Navarre, Ted. 

CALESTANI, VINCENZIO. 

Accorta lusinghiera; [by] Vincenzio 
Calestani, edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora. 
v. 1, p. 17) [For voice and piano] 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; 
EFO-2132. 

Ferma, Dorinda mia; [by] Vincenzio 
Calestani, edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 13) [For voice and piano] © on har- 
monization; Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2044. 

CALHOUN, A T 1885- 

Look up; words and music by A. T. Cal- 
houn, arr. by Virginia Davis. Chicago, 
Jackson Music Studio. [Hymn, with 
musicj 15? © Rev. A. T. Calhoun (in 
notice: Elder A. T. Calhoun); 28Jan50; 
EP47476. 



CALIBI. 
Stasera, bebop.' SEE Soffici, Piero. 



CALL, REX. 1907- 
That's Texas over there. 
Call, Ruth. 



SEE 



CALL, RUTH. 1925- 
That's Texas over there; music by Ruth 
Call, words [by] Rex [Call], arr. by 
Bernie Kaai Lewis. © Clef Music Publish- 
ers, Hollywood, Calif. ; lMar50; 
EP45231. 

CALLAWAY, A BERTOtfE. 

From heaven to me; words and music by 
A. Bertone Callaway. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 6Sep49; EP46522. 

CALLERSTEN, E. 

Nisse sjOman. SEE Bergstrom, Guili. 

CALMON, PIERRE, 1898- 
Le chant des bongos. SEE Leard6e, 

Ernest. 
Douceur d'un beau rfive. SEE L6ard£e, 
Ernest. 

Massamba. SEE L6ardee, Ernest. 

Rever d'un baiser. SEE Leard6e, 
Ernest. 

CALVOCORESSI, M. D. 
Deux poemes. SEE Poniridy, Georges. 

CALZELLI, A 

La bella Freghero; canzone danza andalusa. 
Parole: S. Glorioso musica: A. Calzelli. 
Roma, Peri. [Piano- conductor score (or- 
chestra) and parts; with words] © Italian 
Book Co. ; 50ct49; EFO-1081. 

La Freghero; samba brillante, musica di 
A. Calzelli. Roma, Edizioni musicali 
Peri. (With Bianco. La samba di don 
Jose) [Piano-conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts] © Italian Book Co. ; 50ct49, 
EFO-1082. 

Torno a te; canzone valzer di A. Calzelli; 
parole di Glorioso. Roma, Peri. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Italian Book Co. ; 
50ct49; EFO-1085. 



CAMACHO, JOHNNIE, 1916- 
Serenade. SEE Romberg, Sigmund. 
student prince. 



Tlie 



CAMARA, BRAZELINA. 
No ceu, com Jesus eu morarei; compos to 
por Antonio Leal, miislca por Brazeli- 
na Camara. [Close score: SATB] 
© Antonio Leal; 6Apr50; EP45524. 

CAMARA, JUAN ANTONIO. 1917- 
(Suite, flute, clarinet & bassoon) Suite; 
flauta, clarinete y fagot [by] Juan 
Antonio Camara. Montevideo, Editorial 
Cooperative Interamericana de Compos- 
itores. (Publicacion no. 44) [Score] 
© Instituto Inter americano de Musicolo- 
gfa; 27Dec45; EF15056. 

CAMARASA. JEAN, 1903- 
Caria! Paso-doble [by] Jean Camarasa. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 
20Apr50; EF0-3802. 

CAMARASA, JUAN. 
Guitarra espanola; paso doble, letra y 
musica de Juan Camarasa. © Reinbert 



CAMBI. 
Son geloso. 



SEE Baratta, E. 



CAMILIERI, LORENZO, 1885- 
Christmas dawn; for solo and chorus of 
mixed voices, [by] L. Camilieri, 
[words by] Grace Lord. [With piano 
ace. ] © Lorenzo Camilieri, New York; 
3lMay50; EP47002. 



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C AMINO, JAIME, 1915- 
Oh, Maria; Samba, [by] Jaime Camino, 
deutscher Text [by] GOnther Schwenn, 
Arrangement [by] Fried. SchrOder. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Tempoton-Verlag 
Hans Sikorski, Hamburg; 20Dec49; 
EFO-1732. 

CAMPBELL, CECIL ROBERT, 1911- 
No where, no time, no place; words and 
music by Cecil Campbell. © Peer Inter- 
national Corp., New York; 29Dec49; 
EP44576. 

CAMPBELL, JOHN EDWARD. 
Varied harmonies to well-known hymn 
tunes for unison singing; by John E. 
Campbell. [For organ] 3/ - © A. Weekes 
& Co., ltd., London; bk. 3, 16Nov49; 
EFO-2504. 

CAMPBELL, JOSEPH. 
The blue hills of Antrim. SEE 
Deale, E. M. 
The old woman. SEE Hoberton, H. S. 

CAMPBELL, LUCIE EDITH. 
He understands. He'll say well done; 
[by] Lucie E. Campbell. Memphis, 
Campbell & Williams. (Close score: 
SATB; shape-note notation] © Lucie 
Edith Campbell and Countee Robert 
Williams; 29May50; EP47509. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 8Mar50, 196388. 
Looking to Jesus; words and music by 
Lucie E. Campbell. Memphis, Campbell 
fc Williams. [Hymn, with music] 15V? 
© Lucie Edith Campbell fc Countee Robert 
Williams; 29May50; EP47507. 
Something within; words & music by L. E. 
Campbell. Memphis, Campbell & 
Williams. [Close score: SATB] 
© Lucie Edith Campbell and Countee 
Robert Williams; 25May50; EP47506. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 8Mar50, 196389. 
Touch me. Lord Jesus; words and music 
by Lucie E. Campbell. Memphis, 
Campbell & Williams. [Hymn, with 
music] © Lucie Edith Campbell and 
Countee Robert Williams; 29May50; 
EP47510. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Mar50, 196387. 
When I get home; words and music by 
Lucie E. Campbell. Memphis, Campbell 
& Williams. [For solo voice and chorus] 
20£ © Lucie Edith Campbell and Countee 
Robert Williams; 29May50; EP47508. 

CAMPBELL, ORVILLE BENTLEY, 1920- 
I could paint a picture of you. SEE 
Beebe, H. H. 

CAMPBELL, ROVILLA, 1900- 
Don't neglect your parents; by Rovilla 
Campbell. An Art Melody arrangement. 
Chicago. Art Melody Studios. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Rovilla Campbell; 28Feb50; EP44629. 

CAMPBELL, WISHART NEIL MONRO, 

1906- 

O blessed wedding day. SEE Barnham- 
Kappey, C. G. 

Sweetheart of mine; words by Harold 
Walker [pseud. ], music [by] Neil Munro 
[pseud. ] 50? © Canadian Music Sales 
Corp. . ltd. , Toronto; 20Apr50; 
EF0-3681. 

CAMPBELL-WATSON, FRANK, 1898- 
Begin the beguine. SEE Porter, Cole. 
Jubilee. 

The birch tree. SEE Stone, Gregory. 

The child asleep. SEE Korngold, E. W. 
Univergflnglichkeit. 

Clarinet polka; Polish folk song, arr. by 
Douglas Mac Lean [pseud. ] for clarinet 
and piano. [Score and part] 60f © on 
arrangement; Remick Music Corp.', New 
York; 3Jan50; EP43455. 

In a monastery garden. SEE 
Ketelbey, A. W. 



Jesu, joy of man's desiring. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Herz und Mund und That 
und Leben. 

Just a memory. SEE Henderson, Ray. 

Lover, come back to me. SEE 
Romberg, Sigmund. New moon. 

My regards. SEE Llewellyn, Edward. 

Romany life. SEE Herbert, Victor. 

The fortune teller. 
The Rose of Traiee. SEE Glover, C. W. 

The daughter of Rosie O f Grady. 
Silver moon. SEE Romberg, Sigmund. 

My Maryland. 
Stop dat buzzin'. SEE Mitchell, R. E. 
A tribute to Romberg. SEE 

Romberg, Sigmund. 
Vanka 'n* Tanka. SEE Dargomyzhskif, 

A. S. 

CAMPESE, G 
Non so perche'; ritmo lento, di G. Cam pes a 
[Words by] Corrado della Gatta. Roma, 
Dibniso. [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words] © Italian 
Book Co.; 40ct49; EFO-1074. 

CAMPO, ALEX. 
Pierdete; letra y musica de Pupi y Alex 
Campo. © Peer International Corp. , 
New York; 3lMay50; EP47220. 

CAMPO, PUPI. 
Pierdete. SEE Campo, Alex. 

CAMPORI, 
Mariolita; canzone valzer popolare. 
Parole e musica di Faccilongo - Cam- 
pori, [arrto. ] di G. B. Conti. Roma, 
Dioniso. ( With Frandi, L. (La ribelle 
del sud) Piccola ribelle) [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] © Italian Book Co. ; 40ct49; 
EFO-1079. 

CANALES. CARY g6mEZ DE. SEE 
G6mez de Canales, Caridad Rosa, 1911- 

CANARO, FRANCISCO, 1888- 
Yo tambien sofle. SEE Canaro, Rafael. 

CANARO, RAFAEL, 1890- 
Yo tambie'n sofle; [Apres un reve]; tango, 
[by] Rafael et Francisco Canaro, [paroles 
espagnoles de Amadori, paroles fran- 
chises de Henri Doucet] [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Julio Garson, Paris; 30Dec49 (in 
notice: 1960); EFO-2437. 

CANDLYN, T FREDERICK H 

1892- 

Benedictus es, Domlne; in A minor, four 
part mixed voices, S. A. T. B. Text 
from the Apocrypha, music by T. 
Frederick H. Candlyn. (The Wltmark 
sacred choral library, 5-W3399) [With 
organ ace. ] 18C © M. Wit mark fc Sons, 
New York; 9May50; EP46612. 

O God, beneath Thy guiding hand; anthem 
for Thanksgiving, four part mixed voices, 
S.A.T.B. Poem by Leonard Bacon, mu- 
sic by T. Frederick H. Candlyn. (The 
Witmark sacred choral library, 5-W3402) 
[With organ ace. ] 16? © M. Witmark & 
Sons, New York; 8May50; EP46283. 

CANDULLO, JOE. 
I'll build a dream house. SEE Hollander, 

Irma. 
Madeleine; words and music by Jack Joyce 
and Joe Candullo. © Mills Music, inc., 
New York; 6Jan50; EP43708. 

CANE, HUMBERTO. 
Despacito. SEE Martinez Serrano, Luis. 

CANESSA, ERNESTO, 1915- 
Tanto bene; slow-begulne, musica di E. 
Canessa, parole di M. Valabrega. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Edizioni musical! Fortuna, 
Torino, Italy; lFeb50; EFO-2594. 



CANIGGIA, ALBERTO. 
Canto dei peilegrini. SEE 
Marrone, Adeodato. 

CANNON. EMMA. 
I'm just going over home; words and music 
by Emma Cannon, arr. by Virginia 
Davis. Close score: chorus (SATB) 
© Emma Cannon; 10Sep49; EP43395. 

CANTELOUBE, JOSEPH. 1879- 
♦Airs tendres; des XVII e et XVIU e siecles. 
harmonises par Joseph Canteloube. 
[For voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Heugel fc cie, Paris; 310ct49; EFO-1380. 
♦Chants des pays basques; harmonises par 
Joseph Canteloube. [For voice and piano] 
© on harmonization; Heugel & cie, Paris; 
50ct49; EFO-1427. 
Les danses populaires: Danses bretonnes; 
[harmonises par J. Canteloube, dessins 
de H. Grand'aigle, pseud. ] © on arrange- 
ment & illustrations; Rouart, Lerolle & 
cie, Paris; 1. receuil, 12Dec49; 
EFO-1699. 
♦Noels populaires francais, de Roussillon, 
Guyenne, Auvergne, Languedoc, Flandre 
et Bourgogne, harmonises par Joseph 
Canteloube. [For voice and piano] © on 
harmonisation; Heugel & cie, Paris; 
3lOct49; EFO-1422. 

CANTON, DONALD HENDERSON. 
There's a something about a home town 
band; by John Nagy, Milt Lance [and] 
Don Canton, arr. by Erik Leidzen. 
[Condensed score (band) and parts] $1. 25 
© on arrangement: Duchess Music Corp. , 
New York; 7Feb50; EP44223. 

Two-faced heart. SEE Nagy, J. F. 

CANZONI. CANZONI, CANZONI; [by Casa 
editrice nazionale musicale] [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols and 
instrumental cues] © Casa editrice 
nazionale musicale, Milano; 10Feb50; 
EFO-3423. 

CAPANO, FRANK, 1899- 
I stole you from somebody else, now 
somebody stole you from me. SEE 
Starr, Tony. 

I'll never love anybody but you; by Morty 
Berk, Herman Parris and Frank Capano. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Mutual Music Society, inc.. New York; 
31Jan50; EP44194. 

What makes my heart ache? Words and 
music by Morty Berk, A. J. Sindoni, 
Jr. and Frank Capano. © Morty Berk, 
Dr. A. J. Sindoni, Jr. fc Frank Capano; 
12Jun50 (in notice: 1949); EP47077. 

CAPELL, RICHARD. 
The maid of the mill. SEE Schubert, F. P. 
Die schone MQllerin. 

24 favourite songs. SEE Schubert, F. P. 

Songs. 
Writ in water. SEE Schubert, F. P. 

Am Flusse. 

CAPILLO. VINCENZO. 
SEE Piedigrotta Gesa. 

CAP<3. BOBBY. 
Que falta tu me haces; bolero, de Bobby 
Capo. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words) © Rumbalero 
Music, inc. , Beverly Hills. Calif. ; 
28Dec49; EP44433. 

CAPOTOSTI. EDILIO. 1924- 
Mi cercherai; beguine, parole di Pigini, 
musica di E. Capotosti. [Piano- conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] © Edizioni Italmuslca, Milano; 
Uan50; EF0-2364. 

[CAPUA, EDUARDO DI] 
Maria Mari; Italian waltz song, [by E. di 
Capua], arr. by J. Peppino [for] piano 
accordion solo. (O. Di Bella edition, 
A507) © on arrangement; Onofrio Di Bella, 
New York; 250ct49; EP46873. 



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[CAPUA, EDUARDODI] Cont'd. 

O sole mio; popular Italian song, music 
by Edward di Capua, arr. by [Betty 
Glynn of J the Oahu staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 26X) 
[English words] © on arrangement; 
Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 6Mar50; 
EP46721. 

Oh, Marie; Italian love song, music by E 
Di Capua, lyric by C. Carlson, [arrange- 
ment and instruction] by [Betty B. Glynn 
of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 19X) © on 
arrangement 4 instruction; Oahu Pub 
Co., Cleveland; 31Jan50; EP44672. 

There's no tomorrow. SEE 
Carr, Leon. 

CARAPETYAN, ARMEN. 
SEE Musica Disciplina. 

CARBO MEN^NDEZ, J 

En la Bobera; guaracha, letra y musica 
de J. Carb6 Menendez, arr. de Juan 
E. Lazaga. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $0.50 
© Peer y Cia. , s. 1. , Habana; 27Apr50; 
EFO-3581. 

Ya me canse de ti; bolero, letra y musica 
de J. Carbo* Mene'ndez. [Parts (orches- 
tra); with words] 35ctvs. © Peer y 
Compaflia, s. 1. . Habana; 30Dec49; 
EFO-1283. 

CARDENAS, Fe'lDC. 
La pulguita alborota. SEE 
Espinosa, M. A. 

CARE, REUBEN RALPH, 1918- 
Open, parachute! SEE Harrington, Bill. 

CARE MIE SELVE; an&nimo, poesia: 
Gio. Batt. Guarini. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. 
La flora. v.~T, p. 7-8) © on harmoni- 
zation; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2039. 

CAREME, MAURICE, 1899- 
Croquis. SEE Vellere, Lucie. 

CAREY. BILL. 
Did a tear fall? SEE Arnold. Murray. 

CAREY, HENRY. 
Christ the Lord is risen today; hymn for 
mixed chorus, arr. by Roy Ringwald, 
words by Charles Wesley, music by 
Henry Carey. [With piano or organ re- 
duction] © on arrangement; Shawnee 
Press, inc. , East Stroudsburg, Pa. • 
17Mar50; EP45324. 

CARINI, JOSEPH. 
C'est pas qu'elle est belle; valse chantee, 
paroles de Jeff Carini, musique de Jeff 
Carini [et] Asaldo [pseud. ] © Arpege 
e*ditions musicales, Paris: 30SeD49- 
EFO-1554. ' 

CARISSIMI. GIACOMO. 
Come sete Importuni; [by] Giacomo 
Carissimi, poesia: Domenico Benlgni. 
Edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen. 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1, p731-35) 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 13ep49; 
EFO-2139. 

(Fuggi, o mio core) Ma no, non fuggir; 
[fine della cantata Fuggi, o mio core. By] 
Giacomo Carissimi, edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora, v. 1, p. 36-37) [For voice and 
piano] © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2140. 

Fuggite, fuggite. SEE HIS 
Penosa rimembranza. 

Ma no, non fuggir. SEE HIS 
Fuggi, o mio core. 



Non posso vivere; [by] Giacomo Carissimi, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1, p. 38-39) 
[For voice and piano] © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2141. 

(Penosa rimembranza) Fuggite, fuggite; 
[fine della cantata Penosa rimembranza. 
By] Giacomo Carissimi, poesia: Co. 
Teodoli. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. .', 

6. 26-27) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
ansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2137. 

Rimanti in pace; [by] Giacomo Carissimi, 
poesia: Carlo della Luna. Edited by 
Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen. Knud, ed. 
La flora, v. 3, p.~ff9-100) [Score: 2 
voices and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EF0-2073. 

S ventura, cuor mio; [by] Giacomo Caris- 
simi, poesia: Domenico Benlgni. 
Edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. I, pT28-30) 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; 
EFO-2138. 

Vittoria, vittoria; [by] Giacomo Carissimi, 
poesia: Domenico Benlgni. Edited by 
Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. 
La flora, v. 1, p. 23-25) © on harmoni- 
zation; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2136. 

CARLE, ERIK. psjuuL SEE 
Peterson, Karl Erik. 

CARLETON, ROBERT LOUIS, 1888- 
The altar flame; by Bob Car let on, [words 

by] Marie N. Ude. © The Lutheran 

Church of the Redeemer, Studio City, 

Calif. ; 24Apr50; EP45887. 
Barbara; words by Mathew Matejcich, 

music by Bob Carleton. € Nordyke 

Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 13Jun49; 

EP45788. 
Blessings on you, barefoot boy; words by 

Kenneth M. Martin, music by Bob 

Carleton. © Eagle Music Publications, 

St. Louis, 12Jun50; EP47381. 
The cowboy's hopes; words by James B. 

Burrow, music by Bob Carleton. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

9Sep49; EP46520. 

Darn good and mad at you; words by Ockle 
Malmqulst, music by Bob Carleton. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
260ct49; EP46495. 

Give me a silver saddle and a silver moon; 
words by Bettie Hazard, music by Bob 
Carleton. © Nordyke Pub. Co., Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 260ct49; EP46465. 

I wish I were wearing pigtails again; words 
by Lila Tanks ley, music by Bob Carleton. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
26Jul49; EP46217. 

In the hills of Tennessee; words by Thomas 
Davison, music by Bob Carleton. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
250ct49; EP46505. 

Lake-of-love songs. SEE Hines, G. H. 

Let us keep the banner flying; words by 
Minnie Mabery, music by Bob Carleton. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 
9Aug49; EP46208. 

Oh, sister! Words by Cy Lacey, music 
by Bob Carleton. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif. ; 7Jun49; EP45844. 

Only a dream; words by Sophia Elder, 

music by Bob 'carleton. © Cine-Mart 

Music Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 

30Nov49; EP43867. Appl. states prev 

reg. 1947. 
Please give us a home; words by Mary A. 

Yeo, music by Bob Carleton. © Nordyke 

Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 2Auff49- 

EP46133. 
When I'm just falling in love; words by 

Ockie Malmqulst, music by Bob Carleton. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

10Aug49; EP46209. 



psyud. 



Karlich, Gerard. 19i 



CARLING, FOSTER. 
Why do you say those things that hurt me 
so? By Foster Carling. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Ardmore 
Music, Division of Capitol Publications, 
inc.. New York; 17Apr50; EP45617. 

CARLMAN, SVEN. 
Sex pianostycken; [by] Sven Carlman. 
[For piano] © Malmstrom 4 c:o, 
musikfdrlag, Stockholm; 15Dec49; 
EFO-1995. 



CARLONE. 
Tenore mancato. 



SEE Wilhelm. 



CARLSEN, HENRY, 1899- 
En ny lille pige; tango af Henry Carlsen 
[For voice and piano] © Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag; Kobenhavn; 24Auff49- 
EFO-1512. ' 

CARLSON, CLOVER MARIE, 1913-1947. 
Oh, Marie. SEE Capua. Eduardo di. 

CARLSON. HARRY. 
Goodbye, my love; by Dewey Bergman, 
Carley MiUs 4 Harry Carlson. [For 
voice and piano, with ukulele diagrams 
and chord symbols] © Chappell 4 Co. , 
inc.. New York; 12Jan50; EP43621. 

CARLSON, HENRY. SEE 
Carlsson, Henry. 

CARLSON. PAUL. 

Throw that shovel down. SEE 
Clyde. Ted. 

CARLSON, ROBERT C. 
O God of strength. SEE Williams, 
Frances. 

CARLSSON, HENRY. 
Lite hit. lite dit. SEE Kraft, Alvar. 

Den glade skraddaren. 
Semester- minnen. SEE Henrikson, 
Lisa. 

Singoallas romans. SEE Flyckt, Axel. 
Svenska valsen. SEE Flyckt. Axel. 
Vi red, bara red. SEE Kraft, Alvar. 
Jens M&nsson i Amerika. 

CARMAN. BLISS. 
Daisies. SEE Ralf. Einar. 

CARMELO, ANTONIO, pseud. SEE 
Renault, Andre. 1906- 

CARMICHAEL, HOAGY, 1899- 
Blue orchids; words and music by Hoagy 
Carmichael, [arr. by Geo. N. Terry] 
[For piano, with words] 35<> © on simpli- 
fied arrangement; Famous Music Corp 
New York; 14Feb50; EP44318. 
Heart and soul; by Hoagy CarmichaeL arr. 
by Alfred Mayer. [For accordion] 50C 
© on arrangement; Famous Music Corp. , 
New York; 12Apr50; EP45668. 

H 2 art S d soul; bv Ho *«y Carmichael. 

Simplified accordion arrangement by 

Alfred Mayer. 35C © on arrangement; 

Famous Music Corp. , New York; 9Mar50- 

EP45757. 
A woman likes to be told; lyric by Harold 

Adamson, music by Hoagy Carmichael. 

© Edwin H. Morris 4 Co. , inc. , New 

York; 21Apr50; EP45727. 

CARNAHAN, WILLIAM. 
Gringo, te quiero. SEE Fleener, 
Wooddie. 

CARNE, GERALD. 
Lift up your hearts; arr. as a two-part 
song, S.A., by Purcell J. Mansfield, 
lyric by Edith Temple [pseud.], music 
by Gerald Came. (Ascherberg's series of 
part-songs, no. 254) [With piano ace. ] 
6d © on arrangement; Ascherberg, 
Hopwood 4 Crew, ltd.. London; 20Dec4 9- 
EFO-995. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



CARNg, JOS£E, 1927- 
Sl par haaard; paroles de Josee Came, 
musique de Josee Carne k Jacques Jean 
Drose. © Editions Mondia, s. a. . Paris; 
15Nov40; EFO-2748. 

CARNES. JOSEF R 
Jesus, blessed Jesus; sacred song, by 
Josef R. Carnes. © Josef R. Carries, 
Hlllsboro, Ind. ; 13Mar50; EP45120. 

CARNEVALI, VTTO, 1888- 
Regina caell; an Eastertide solo for 
medium voice, by Vito Carnevali. 50£ 
© McLaughlin fc Reilly Co. , Boston; 
20Apr50; EP47556. 

CARO. ANDREA TOSTO DE f 1906- 
Aquaeductus; dodici mottetti. Op. 7. [By] 
Andrea Tosto de Caro. [Trapani, Italy] 
Tenderize. (For 1-3 voices and organ] 
L. 500 © Andrea Tosto de Caro; fasc. 1. , 
30Nov49; EFO-2509. 

* (Suite pastorale, orchestra, op. 10) Suite 
pastorale; in tre tempi, per orchestra, 
riduzione per pianoforte. [By] Andrea 
Tosta de Caro. [Trapani, Italy] Tendenxa 
[For piano; 3rd movement for piano, 
solo voices (SATB) and chorus (SATB)] 
© Andrea Tosto de Caro; 16Dec49; 
EF0-2507. 

CAROL, HENRI, 1910- 
Messe de la Resurrection; a deux voix 
mixtes et orgue, [by] Abbe Carol. 
[Score: chorus (ST) and organ] © Georges 
Delrleu fc cie, 6diteurs, Nice; 1 Mar 50; 
EF0-2765. 
Six chansons nicolses de jadls; harmonisees 
a 3 voix egales par Henri Carol, poemes 
de Georges Delrleu. [Unacc. ; words in 
French and vernacular] © Georges 
Delrleu et cie, Nice, France; Uan50; 
EFO-2479. 

CAROLI, BRUNO. 
Pastorello nostalgico, del nostro canzoniere 
Piedigrotta nel Ticino; fox moderato, 
musica e parole di B. Carola. [For voice 
and mandolin or accordion] © Casa ed- 
itrice musicale Demar, Lugano, Switzer- 
land; 16Jun45; EF15215. 

CARON, ALLAN. 
Petit oiseau; paroles francaises de Mi mi 
Forestier [pseud. ], musique de Allan 
Caron. © The Me llo- Music Pub. Co, , 
Winnipeg. Man. ; 20Mar50; EF15296. 

Regina coeli. Rejoice and sing, anthem 
for mixed voices, music by Allan Caron. 
(Choral music, 304) [With organ ace. ] 
20£ © The Mello- Music Pub. Co. , 
Winnipeg, Man.; 20Feb50; EF15185. 



CARPENTER, CONSTANCE. 
San Michele. SEE Simon, Nat. 

CARPENTER. IMOGEN. 

I must have done something wonderful; 

lyric by Ronnie Amateau, music by 

Imogen Carpenter. © Simon House, 

inc.. New York; 130ct49; EP43876. 

CARPENTER, PAUL S. 

* Music, an art and a business. [1st ed. ] 

245 p. © University of Oklahoma Press, 

Norman; 28Feb50; A41241. 

CARPIO VALDES, ROBERTO, 1900- 
(Suite, piano) Suite, para piano [by] 
Roberto Carpio. Montevideo, Editorial 
Cooper ativa Inter americana de Compos- 
itores. (Publicaci6n no. 13) © Instituto 
Interamericano de Musicologfa; 3Dec42: 
EF15049. 

CARR, ARTHUR. 

Let there be peace. SEE Shaeffer, 
Perletta. 



CARR, CONSTANCE STORRS, 1909- 

ed. 

Tne accredited handbook of record values; 
a handbook of values for determining the 
buying and selling prices of collector's 
items in popular phonograph records, 
compiled and edited by C. Carr. $3 
© C. Carr & Co. , Beverly, N. J. ; 
20Feb50; AA1 43697. 

CARR, FRANK LORAN, 1887- 
When the moon is a silver canoe; [by 
Frank L. Carr, lyrics by Don Saunders] 
© Frank Loran Carr; 10Feb50; EP44423. 

CARR, LEON. 1910- 
If you smile at the sun, the sun will 
smile at you; by Al Hoffman, Leo Corday 
[and] Leon Carr. [For voice and piano, 
with ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Ben Bloom Music Corp. , New York; 
2Feb50; EP43992. Appl. states prev. reg. 
140ct49, no. 181805. 
There's no tomorrow; by Al Hoffman, 
Leo Corday and Leon Carr, based on 
the Italian folk song O sole mio. [For 
voice and piano, with ukulele diagrams 
and chord symbols] © on arrangement; 
Paxton Music, inc.. New York; 260ct49; 
EP45054. 

CARR, MARY LEE, 1911- 
I have a date with Jesus Christ, my Lord; 
words and music by Mary Carr, [arr. by 
Aletha Robinson] New York, Carr's 
Music Studio. © Mary Lee Carr; 19Feb50; 
EP45999. 

Oh my Lord, what a day; words and music 
by Mary Carr, [arr. by Aletha M. 
Robinson] New York, Carr's Music 
Studio. 15? © Mary Lee Carr; 19Feb50; 
EP45997. 

You can look for me in heaven, I'll be 
there; words and music by Mary Carr, 
[arr. by Aletha M. Robinson] New York, 
Carr's Music Studio. 15? © Mary Lee 
Carr; 19Feb50; EP45998. 



CARR, MICHAEL, 
Cohen, Maurice Aifre< 



SEE 
1905- 



CARRARA, 6MILE, 1915- 
Mad'moiselle n'lmporte qui; paroles de 
Jean Solar [pseud. ) & Pierre- Louis 
Picard [pseud. ], musique de Emiie 
Carrara. © Editions Mondla, s. a. , 
Paris; 2 Mar 50; EFO-2750. 

CARRARA. VITTORIO, 1885- 
Scuola d' harmonium. SEE Goller, 
Vinzenz. 

CARRENO, ROBERTO, pseud . SEE 
Klickmann, Frank HenrT 

CARREON, C. 
Josefina. SEE Lugo, M. 

CARRILLO, ISOLTNA. 
Rumor de vida; cancion beguine, letra 
y musica de Isolina Carrlllo. [Arreglo 
de Pepe Bravo] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, 
Calif. ; 15Mar50; EP46396. 

CARRILLO. UNO. 

iComo le hare*? Cancidn ranchera, letra 
y mtfsica de Lino Carrlllo. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s. a. , 
Mexico; 27Apr50; EFO-3315. 

El ti lingo lingo; son jarocho, letra y 
musica de Lino Carrilio. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica, s. a., 
Mexico; 23Jun49; EF 15241. 

CARRTNGTON, OTIS MILLS, 1884- 
Shepherds; a Christmas song, for three- 
part chorus of women's voices, a cap- 
pella, ad lib. , [by] Otis M. Carrington. 

J Christmas anthems for women's voices, 
1574) [With optional piano ace. ] 18? 
© The Willis Music Co. , Cincinnati; 
20Apr50; EP45726. 



CARROLL, CARROLL. 

Why won'tcha? SEE Manning, Dick. 

CARROLL, PETER. 
If I can help somebody. SEE 
Androzzo, A. I. B. 

CARROLL, WILLIAM B 1910- 

Why? Words by E. Rosnas, music by Wm. 
B. Carroll. Chicago, Art Melody 
Studios. © E. Rosnas & Wm. B. Carroll; 
27Jan50; EP43930. 

CARSE. ADAM VON AHN, 1878- 
Concerto in C minor, K. 491. SEE 

Mozart, J. C. W. A. Concerto, 

piano, K. 491. 
Serenade. SEE Mozart, J. C. W. A. 

Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525. 

CARSON, CLARK. 1908- 
Mellow old man in the moon; by Clark 
Carson. [Melody and words] © Jester 
Music Co., New York; 10May50; 
EP46329. 
You stay on my mind; words [by] Jean 
Smith, music by Clark Carson. [Melody 
and words] © Jester Music Co. , New 
York; 10May50; EP46330. 



CARSON, HENRY. 
Hultgren, Gosta, 



SEE 



42. 



CARSON, JENNY LOU. 
Every step of the way; words and music 
by Jenny Lou Carson. © Jenny Lou 
Carson Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 28Dec49; EP43388. 
Foolish tears; words and music by Jenny 
Lou Carson, arr. for Hawaiian, electric 
fc plectrum guitar (note and diagram) 
[by the Oahu stair] (Oahu Publishing Co. , 
no. 25) © on arrangement; Hill fc Range 
Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
24Jan50; EP44959. 
I'm stepping out of the picture; words and 
music by Jenny Lou Carson. © Jenny 
Lou Carson Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 28Dec49; EP43369. 
It serves you right; words and music by 
Jenny Lou Carson. © Hill & Range 
Songs, inc , Beveny Hills, Calif 
5Jun50; EP47118 

Jealous heart; a Hal Leonard vocal ar- 
rangement; words and music by Jenny 
Lou Carson. Winona, Minn. , H. Leonard 
[Score: SATB and piano] 20? © on ar- 
rangement; Acuff-Rose Publications; 
15Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EP44633. 

Won't you come into my heart? Words 
and music by Jenny Lou Carson. 
© Jenny Lou Carson Music, inc. , Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 28Dec49; EP43370. 

CARSON. KEN. 
My San Fernando Rose. SEE Olson, H. R. 

CARTER, ANITA. 
Blue skies and sunshine; by Helen Carter 
and Anita Carter. [For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 
1 Mar 50; EP44614. 

CARTER, BUENTA. 
Kerry dance; a piano solo, by Buenta 
Carter. 40fc 6 Clayton F. Sum my Co. , 
Chicago; 13Feb50; EP44456. 
Song with harp; a piano solo, by Buenta 
Carter. 400 © Clayton F. Summy Co. , 
Chicago; 13Feb50; EP44455. 

CARTER, ELLIOTT COOK, 1908- 
The defense of Corinth; for speaker, men's 
voices, TTBB and piano, 4 hands [by] 
Carter, [words by] Rabelais. 750 
© Leonard Feist, d. b. a. Merrymount 
Music Press, New York; 30Jan50; 
EP43929. 



CARTER. HELEN. 
Blue skies and sunshine. 
Carter, Anita. 



SEE 



904383 O - 50 - 4 



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CARTER. HELEN. Cont'd. 

Heartbroken; by Helen Carter. [For voice 
and piano; with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols] © Acuff-Rose Publica- 
tions, Nashville; 21Apr50; EP45655. 

I was bitten by the same bug twice; by 
Helen Carter. [For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 
lMar50; EP44612. 

Warm hands, cold heart. SEE 
Foree, Mel. 



Krumbein, Maur: 



pseud , 
irice. 



SEE 



CARTER, WILBUR WALTER. 
You walk before me. SEE McNeil, J. C. 

CARUSO, JOHN, 1885- 

The Colchester polka; (by] John Caruso. 
(O. Di Bella edition for the piano ac- 
cordion, 2007) © Onofrio Di Bella, New 
York; 15Dec49; EP43681. 

Oeena polka; [by] John Caruso. (O. Di 
Bella edition for the piano accordion, 
2023) © Onofrio Di Bella, New York; 
15Dec49; EP43680. 

CARVER. EDGAR. 
March of allegiance. SEE McNally, 
J. J. 

CARYLL, DAVID, arr. 
White heather; Caledonians, arr. by David 
Caryll. Description of dance by A. J. 
Latimer. 2/- © Francis. Day & Hunter, 
ltd., London; 6Feb50; EFO-1775. 

CASADEI. S 
Sogno azzurro; tango, parole e musica di 
S. Casadei. Genova, Saphox. (Serie tanghi 
tipici arffentini. S. 045) (With Tosi. L. 
Deseo) [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Italian 
Book Co., New York; 3Jan50; EFO-2597. 

CASADESUS. FRANCIS. 
Adagio. SEE Bach, C. P. E. 

CASADESUS, ROBERT. 1899- 

* (Sonata, violin & piano, no. 2, op. 34) 

Deuxieme sonate; pour piano et violon, 
[by] Robert Casadesus. Op. 34. © Durand 
fc cie, Paris; 23Feb50; EFO-2767. 

CASADO, ERNESTO LECUONA Y. SEE 
Lecuona y Casado, Ernesto, 1895- 

CASALTA, ANTONIN. 
El colombiano; paso-doble, [by] A. Casalta 
& Ch. Lemeunier. (With Gilles, Victor. 
Amigo Rodriguez) [PTano- conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Editions 
musicales Ch. Lemeunier, Cannes. 
France; 28Dec49; EFO-1651. 

CASAMOR, EUTIMIO. 
Tu no eres nadie; guaracha, letra y 
musica de Eutimlo Casamor, arr. de 
S. Ramos. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $0. 35 
© Peer y Cia. , s. I. , Habana; 28Dec49; 
EFO-1936. 

CASCARINO. ROMEO. 

♦ (Sonata, bassoon & piano) Sonata*,for 

bassoon [or clarinet] and piano [by] 
Romeo Cascarino. [Score and parts] 
$1.75 © Arrow Music Press, inc.. New 
York; 16Jan50; EP43800. 



CASE, FLOY. 
Counting hours. SEE Shurtz, M. 



J. 



CASE, UMBERTO, 1899- 
Al bulo; fox moderato, parole di Plnchl 
[pseud. ], musica dl Umberto Case. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Arion, 
Milano; 23Jan50; EF0-2788. 

CASELLA. ALFREDO. 1883-1947. 
*Elegia eroica; per grande orchestra di 

Alfredo Caseila. (Universal- Edition . 

Nr. 6983) [Score] © Universal -Edition. 

Wien, 15May22; EF15012 



Stabat Mater. SEE Vivaldi, Antonio. 

CASEY, ANTHONY JAMES, 1908- 
Listen to that bluebird. SEE 
Towle, E. W. 

CASEY, JAMES W 1876- 

Pasadena; words and music by James W. 
Casey. Pasadena, Echo Music Co. 35? 
© on rewritten words & rearr. music; 
James W. Casey; lSep49; EP43649. 

CASSANO, DORALICE FONTANE. 
My heart is singing blue notes; words by 
Letitia Wilson, music by Doraiice 
Fontane. (In The poet's reed, v. 1, 
no. 1. p. 17)[ Melody and words] 
© Letitia Speer Wilson; 10 Apr 50; 
B5-13586. 

CASSEL. IRWIN MAURICE, 1886- 
Ahm Yisroel chai! SEE Mana-Zucca, 
pseud . 

CASSERMAN, HJALMAR. 
Sanger och visor: Sm5 vivor och violer; 
och andra visor. [By] Hjalmar Casser- 
man. [For voice and piano, lute or 
guitar] Kr.3.50 © Elkan & Schild- 
knecht, Emil Carelius. Stockholm; hflft. 
4, Uan44; EF14969. 

Varen och vi; [by] Hj. Casserman, [words 
by] Einar Maim, arr. : B. Stalhandske. 
(Sanger for manskor, no. 121) [Score: 
baritone and chorus (TTBB)] 30 ore 
© Elkan & Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF14962. 

CASSIDY, LARRY. 
(Square dance jubilee) Hangman's boogie; 
by Larry Cassidy, from [the] picture. 
Square dance jubilee. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Fairway 
Music Corp. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
22Dec49; EP43403. 

CASSIN, JIMMY, 1906- 
Sentlmental me; by Jim Morehead and 
Jimmy Cassin, [piano arrangement by 
Haydn Broughton] [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © on new notation 
& arrangement; Knickerbocker Music 
Co., inc.. New York; 27Jan50; EP44335. 

CASSON, REGINALD HEP WORTH, 1896- 

Bettina; [by] Reg Casson. [For piano] 

© Reg Casson Publications, London; 

15Jul49 (in notice: 1948); EFO-1027. 

The buzzing bees. Las abejas zurobidas; 
samba. By E. S. Pans [pseud. ] [For 
piano] © Reg Casson Publications, 
London; 26Aug49; EFO-1030. 
Castiilana; paso-doble, by E. S. Pana 
[pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] © Dix, ltd. , London; 
3Jun38; EF15533. 

Neapolitan fiesta; tarantella. [By] Rinaldo 
Vincenzio [pseud. ], arr. Len Stevens. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra)] 
© Reg Casson Publications, London; 
12Jul49 (in notice: 1948); EFO-1029. 
Reflections, [by] Reginald Casson. [For 
piano] © Reg Casson Publications, Lon- 
don; 26Aug49; EFO-1026. 

CASSONE, MICHAEL. 
Dry your tears for me, dear; words and 
music by Michael Caasone. © Mills 
Music, inc.. New York; 23Jan50; 
EP44127. 

CASTAGNE. PATRICK ALBERT STANIS- 
LAUS, 1916- 

Klss me for Christmas; words fc music by 
Pat Castagne. [Melody and words] 
© Patrick Albert Stanislaus Castagne; 
!Dec49; EF15217. 

CASTEGREN. NILS. 
Valse melancolique; [by] Nils Castegren, 
arrangemang: Charles Wild man [pseud. ] 
(Soare, 11) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] 2. 25 © Ab Nor- 
diska musikfOrlaget, Stockholm; 19Jan50; 
EF0-3258. 



CASTELAIN, HENRI. SEE 
Castelain, Maurice, 1895- 

CASTELAIN. MAURICE. 1895- 
Chansons canadiennes. SEE Willar. 

J. S. 
(Monseigneur) Mimosa; valse du film, 
Monseigneur, paroles de Jacques Larue 
[pseud. ], musique de Henry Verdun 
[pseud, j (Nouvelle serie Saiabert 
succes, no. 4898) [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Editions Saiabert, Paris; 30Dec49; 
EFO-1636. 
(Monseigneur) Mimosa; valse 0u film 
Monseigneur, paroles de Jacques Larue 
[pseud. ], musique de Henry Verdun 
[pseud. ] © Editions Saiabert, Paris; 
9Dec49; EF0-1713. 

CASTELLANI, LEANDER, 1885- 
Beverly Ann; waltz, [by] L. Castellani, 
solo for piano accordion. New York, O. 
Di Bella Music Co. © Onofrio Di Bella; 
15Dec4P, EP43679. 
Spring brook; polka, [by] L. Castellani. 
(O. Di Bella edition for the piano ac- 
cordion, 2010) © Onofrio Di Bella, New 
York; 15Dec49; EP43682. 

CASTELLANOS, ALCIDES, 1910- 
Una vex mas; son rumba, paroles et 
musique de Alcides Castellanos. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 
30Dec49 (in notice: 1950); EFO-2514. 

CASTELLANOS, CARLOS. 
Suena Sevilla; paso doble, letra de Antonio 
Garcia Padilla, musica de Carlos 
Castellanos. © Reinbert & Co. , inc. , 
New York; lDec49; EF0-1522. 

CASTELLANOS, EDUARDO. 1905- 
Tu olvido; Criolla; chanson cubaine. paroles 
espagnoles de E. Castellanos, paroles 
francaises de J. B. Zayas, musique de 
E. Castellanos. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Julio Garzon, Paris; 30Dec49 (in notice: 
1950); EFO-2439. 

CASTELLON, AUGUSTIN. 1913- 
Variaciones flamencas; soleares. fandango 
and bulerias, by Augustin Castellon 
(Sabicas) For piano solo [transcribed by 
S. Masciarelli] $1.25 ©Spanish Music 
Center, New York; 8Feb50; EP44721. 

CASTIGLIONI, E 
(Komm mit mir) Serenade; words by 
Tommie Connor, music by E. Castiglioni. 
London. Bradbury Wood, ltd. l/- 
© on English words; Chappell it Co. , It 
London; 31Dec49; EFO-1288. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Komm mit mir, 1948. 

CASTILLO, NICANDRO. 
SEE Los tres cielitos lindos. 



CASTLE, JANE. 
The story of Irving Berlin. 
Ewen, David. 



SEE 



CASWALL, EDWARD. 

May Jesus Christ be praised. SEE 
Naramore, A. P. 



CATALDO, T. 
Vicino a ttel SEE Marano, G. 

CATHOLIC CHURCH. Liturgy and ritual. 

♦Morceaux choisls pour les saiufs~du 
saint sacrement. Extraits de l'Sdition 
vaticane et des livres de Solesmos avec 
traduction des textes. © Societe de 
Saint Jean l'Evangellste & Desclee & Co. 
Tournai, Belg. ; lAug49; AF11467. 



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CATHOLIC CHURCH. Liturgy and ritual 
Breviary 

The office of the Compline; with newly 
approved edition of the Psalms in Latin 
and English, earlier edition of the Psalms 
included. English translation by Philip 
T. Weller. (Fischer edition, no. 8483) 
[With musicj 25£ © on compilation k 
English translation; J. Fischer & Bro. , 
New York; 27Dec49; EP44395. 

CATSAROS, GEORGE DEMETRIUS, 1909- 
Kalymerassas. Good morning to you, a 
novelty fox-trot, lyrics by Paul A. 
Lindquist, music by Georges Catsaros. 
[n.p. ] Gr. Constantinides. [English 
words] © Paul Albert Lindquist; 
13Jun50; EP47343. 

CATTLEY. ROBERT. 
The crown of thorns. SEE Naylor, 
Bernard. 

CAVALIERI, EMILIO DE', 1550 (ca. )-1602. 
L' ascension de notre Sauveur; fragments, 
oratorio pour narrateur, choeurs et 
basse d'orgue, [by] Emilio del Cavalieri, 
restitution et annotations du Emile Martin. 
[Score] © on restitution & annotations; 
Rouart Lerolle fc cie, Paris; 27Feb50; 
EF0-2412. 

CAVALL, JEAN. 
Quand meme. SEE Merlin, Alfred. 

CAVALLARO, CARMEN, 1917- 
Serenades; a collection of Neapolitan 
melodies for the piano, [arr. by] Carmen 
Cavallaro, edited by John Lane, [pseud. ] 
75£ © Cavallaro Publications, inc. . 
New York; lMar50; EP44986. 

CAVALLI. FRANCESCO. 
(Elena rapita da Teseo) Mio diletto; 
[duetto dall'opera Elena rapita da Teseo. 
By] Francesco Cava Hi, poesia: Nicol6 
Minato. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In_ 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 96-98) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, muslk-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EF0-2072. 

(Elena rapita da Teseo) Sospiri di foco; 
[aria dall'opera Elena rapita da Teseo. 
By] Francesco Cavalli, poesia: Nicolb 
Minato. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. (Lo_ 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 22) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, muslk-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EF0-2048. 

(Erlsmena) Speranse; [aria dall'opera 
Erismena. By] Francesco Cavalli, 
poesia: Aurelio Aureli. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora, v. 3, p. 19-21) © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-foriag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EF0-2047. 

(Erismena) Vaghe stelle; [aria dall'opera 
Erismena. By] Francesco Cavalli, 
poesia: Aurelio Aureli. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In_ Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora. ▼. 3, p. 15-18) © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, muslk-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2046. 

(Giasone) O, mio core; [duetto dall'opera 
Giasone. By] Francesco Cavalli, poesia: 
Giacinto Andrea Cicognini. Edited by 
Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. 
La flora, v. 3, p.~&4-95) © on harmoni- 
zation; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2071. 

Mio diletto. SEE HIS 
Elena rapita da Teseo. 

O, mio core. SEE HIS 
Giasone. 

Son ancor pargoletta; [by] Francesco 
Cavalli, edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1, 
p. 20-21) [For voice and piano] © on 
harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
f or lag, Copenaghen; !Sep49: EFO-2134. 



Sospiri di foco. SEE HIS 

Elena rapita da Teseo. 
Speranze. SEE HIS 

Erismena. 
Vaghe stelle. SEE HIS 

Erismena. 

CAVANAUGH, JAMES, 1892- 
Buffalo Billy. SEE Weldon, Frank. 
Carmelita. SEE Wood. Guy. 
I'll never do a thing to hurt you. 

SEE Weldon, Frank. 
I'm down to my last dream. SEE 

Weldon, Frank. 
The photographer and the stenographer. 

SEE Wood, Guy. 
The zither serenade. SEE David, Lee. 

CAVANNA, ADOLFO, 1898- 
Sillabario musicale; [by] Adolf o Cavanna. 
© Carisch, s.a., Mllano; 1.-2. libro, 
2Nov49; EFO-1060, EFO-1059. 

CAVAZZUTI, GIUSEPPE, 1910- 
Baby; moderato swing. Testo di C. della 
Gatta, musics ed arrangiamento di G. 
Cavazzuti. Napoli, Edizioni musical! M. 
Angioino. ( With Cozzo, A. A cuore a 
cuore) [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Edward 
Rossi; 19Feb50; EF0-2324. 
Ho ritrovato un biglietto. SEE 
Mojoli, Franco. 

CAVEZZALI. ATT1UO. 
L'ingegner gruviera. SEE Villa, 

Gaetano. 
Manila. SEE Taccani, Sandro. 

CAYA, JEAN, pseud. SEE 
Caillat, Jean, 1911- 

CAZABON, ALBERT, 1893- 
The jesters; rondo, [by] Albert Cazabon. 
[Piano -conductor score: orchestra] 
© Noel Gay Music Co. , ltd. , London; 
170ct49; EFO-1925. 

CAZER, JOHN LeVERNE, 1892- 
Hang up your stockings; words and music 
by J. L. Cazer. De Land, Fla., Cazer 
Pub. Co. © J. Le Verne Cazer; 4Jan50 
(in notice: 1949); EP43464. 

CEBALLOS, JOs£ GAMBOA. SEE 
Gamboa Ceballos, Jose. 

CEGLIE, COSIMODI. 1913- 
Senza amore; canzone slow, [by] C. dl 
Ceglie, parole dl U. Bertinl. [Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Redl, edizioni musicall, 
Mllano; 10May50; EF0-3513. 
Ti-uh! ti-eh! Vecchie cornamuse, 
caracteristic swing, [by] C. di Ceglie, 
parole di G. C. Testoni. [Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] © Redl, edizioni musical!, Mllano; 
10May50; EFO-3512. 

[CEGLIE, RICARDO DI] 1907- 
Ogni notte; samba, musica di Del 11- 
Marlotti, testo di J. Lucky, [arr. di 
M. Mariotti] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Arion edizioni musicall, Mllano; 
3Apr50; EFO-3125. 

CEKOW, A. T., pseud. SEE 
Travnicek, Andre, 1898- 

CELINIA, Sister, 1898- 
Lec" piosenko. SEE Evangeline, Sister. 

CELLIER, ALEXANDRE, 1883- 
Adagio. SEE Leclair, J. M. 
Concerto, violin, op. 7, no. 2. 

Ballade; pour cor et piano, par A. Cellier 
[Score (horn and piano) and part] 
12fr. 50 © Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 
30Sep49; EFO-1429 



Quare fremuerunt. SEE Lalande, 
M. R. de. 

CELLINI, ALBERT. 
I spoke too soon; words and music by 
Fred Spagnoli, Dick Wells [and] Al 
Cellini. [Melody and chord symbols, 
with words] © United Music, inc., 
Pittsburgh; !Apr50; EP46661. 



Gelmini 



pseud. 
XuIgT, 



1921- 



CERE, MTNDIE, 1910- 
Cavalcade; polka, by Mindie Cere. 
(Ampco edition no. 385) [For accordion] 
40£ © Accordion Music Pub. Co. , New 
York; 3May50; EP46269. 

CERNKOVICH, RUDOLPH, 1889- 
The sails are all set. Ve6 su jadra 
otvorena. Waltz, adapted & composed 
by Rudolph Cernkovich. [Parts: string 
orchestra, with words] © on new music 
fc arrangement; Rudolph Cernkovich; 
14Apr50; EP45660. 

CERONI. ATHOS, 1918- 

Mi chiederai perdono; slow, parole di 
Pinchi [pseud. ], musica di A. Ceroni. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Mascheroni, 
Milano; 31Dec49; EFO-2784. 

Non pensiamo al domani; slow, parole de 
G. C. Testoni, musica di A. Ceroni. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni melodi, 
Milano; 23Nov49; EFO-2789. 

won n conosco piu. Medium swing, .raroie 
di Pinchi [pseud.], musica di A. Ceroni. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni melodi, 
Milano; 23Nov49; EF0-2790. 

Sinceramente; beguine, parole diG. C. 
Testoni, musica di A. Ceroni. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Edizioni Mascheroni, 
Milano; 31Dec49; EFO-2785. 

CERRAI, VITTORIO. 

Picciol fior. SEE Lops, L. 

Sempre con te. SEE Giammona, S. 

Soltanto tu! SEE Moja, Sergio. 

Vieni anche tu. SEE Giammona, S. 

Wanda; polka brillante. Musica e arrto. 
di V. Cerrai. Roma, Di6niso. ( With 
Frandi, L. (La ribelle del sud) Piccola 
ribelle) [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] © Italian Book Co. ; 
40ct49; EFO-1079. 

CERRUTI. LOUIS, 1920- 
My sweetest moments; words by Gil 
Anderson, music by Louis Cerruti. 
© Guido Sgambellone & Co. , New York; 
18Dec49; EP44631. 

CERVINKA, VINC. 
Kata Kabanova. SEE JanaCek, LeoS. 

CESTI, MARCANTONIO, 1623-1669. 

*Tu mancavi a tormentarmi crudelissima 
speranza; [by] Cesti, symphonic 
transcription for string orchestra [by] 
Stokowski. New York, Broude. [Score] 
© on arrangement; Leopold Stokowski; 
15Dec49; EP46854. 

CHABRIER. ROBERT. 1923- 
C'est encore un beau dimanche; paroles 
de Elvaury [pseud. ], musique de Robert 
Chabrier. © Editions Marcel Labbe, 
Paris; 150ct49; EF0-1390. 

CHACHKES, MAURICE, 1906- 
Let's go down to Louie's. SEE 
Barry, Bill. 

CHAGRIN, FRANCIS, 1905- 
Alpine holiday; [by] Francis Chagrin, 
arr- by Ronald Hanmer. [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts] © Di*, 
ltd., London; 31Dec49, EFO-1502. 



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CHAGRIN. FRANCIS. 1905- Cont'd. 

Can't you do the samba? Lyric by Roger 
MacDougall, music by Francis Chagrin. 
© Latin-American Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , 
London; 29Dec49; EFO-1419. 
(Last holiday) The beggar theme; by 
Francis Chagrin, [from] Last holiday. 
Piano solo. 2/- © Chappell & Co. , ltd. , 
London; 19May50; EFO-3455. 
Prelude and fugue; [by] Francis Chagrin. 
5/- [Two scores for 2 violins] 
© Augener, ltd., London; 31 Mar 50; 
EFO-2847. 

CHAlKOVSKft, PETR IL'CH, 1840-1893. 
Arpeggiated basses. SEE Audiscope 
Corporation. Wilmington, Del . 

Casse-noisette. SEE HIS 
The nutcracker. Suite. 

The children's Tschaikowsky; famous 
melodies in easy piano arrangements, by 
Harry Dexter. 2/6 © on arrangement; 
Keith, Prowse fc Co. , ltd. , London; 
2Mar50; EFO-1640. 

Chinese dance. SEE HIS 
The nutcracker. Suite. 

From darkness to light; an S. S. A. Easter 
choir cantata, text compiled by Ellen 
Jane Lorenz, music arr. from P. I. 
Tschaikowald by Ellen Jane Lorens. 
[With organ ace. ] 75£ © on arrangement; 
Lorens Pub. Co. , Dayton, Ohio; 3Jan50; 
EP44745. 

Jumbo note Nutcracker suite. SEE HIS 
The nutcracker. Suite. 

(Marche slave) March slav; [by] Tchai- 
kowsky [arr. by Alfred John d'Auberge] 
[For accordion] 20£ © on arrangement; 
Alfred D'Auberge, New York; 3Apr50; 
EP45449. 

Natha valse; [by] P. Tschaikowsky. 
[Op. 51, nr.4] Trlo-arrangemang: 
Ernst Schleich. [Condensed score 
(violin, violoncello and piano) and parts] 
Kr. 2 © on arrangement; Schlager-for- 
laget, Stockholm; lAprSO; EFO-3546. 

(The nutcracker. Suite) Chinese dance; 
from The nutcracker suite, by P. I. 
Tchaikovsky. Piano solo. A John W. 
Schaum arrangement. 35? © on arrange- 
ment; Belwin, inc.. New York; 21 Mar 50: 
EP44921. 

(The nutcracker. Suite) Jumbo note 
Nutcracker suite; [by Tschaikowsky] 
arr. by Joseph Strimer, for the elemen- 
tary pianist. 35? © Chas H. Hansen 
Music Co., New York; 13Jan50; EP43698. 
(The nutcracker. Suite) Sur le ballet, 
Casse-noisette. Notknapparsviten. [By] 
P. TJajkovsklj, arrangemang: Walter 
Lindbom. [Piano-conductor score (or- 
chestra) and parts] 7. - © on arrange- 
ment; A. b. Nordlska muslkfOrlaget, 
Stockholm; Uan46; EF 15666. 

(The nutcracker. Suite) Waltz of the 
flowers; from The nutcracker suite, by 
P. I. Tchaikovsky. Piano solo. A John 
W. Schaum arrangement. 35£ © on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
21 Mar 50; EP44925. 

(The nutcracker. Suite) Waltz of the flowers; 
S. A.B. , from The nutcracker suite by P. 
Tschaikowsky, arr. byC. Albert Scholin, 
[words by Ruth B. Scholin] (Belwin 
octavo, no. 998) [With piano ace. ] 15? 
© on arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New 
York; 10Jan50; EP43444. 
(The nutcracker. Suite) Waltz of the flowers; 
S.S.A. , from The nutcracker suite by 
P. Tschaikowsky, arr. by C. Albert 
Scholin, [words by Ruth B. Scholin] 
(Belwin octavo, no. 997) [With piano ace. ] 
15£ © on arrangement; Belwin, inc.. 
New York; 10Jan50; EP43445. 

♦Polka; [by] Tschaikowsld, edited and arr. 
by Alec Rowley. (The Williams' orches- 
tra series, no. 11) [Score: orchestra] 2/6 
© on arrangement; Joseph Williams, ltd. , 
London; 22Dec49; EFO-1171. 



Romeo and Juliet; [by] Tchalkowsky 
[arr. by Alfred John d'Auberge] [For 
accordion] 20£ © on arrangement; 
Alfred D'Auberge, New York; 3Apr50; 
EP45448. 

Die sinfonischen Werke von Peter 
Tschaikowski. SEE Wolfurt, Kurt von. 

Sur le ballet, Casse-noisette. SEE HIS 
The nutcracker. Suite. 

♦(The swan lake) Le lac des cygnes. The 
swan lake. Op. 20. Grand ballet in 
four acts, [by] Tschaikovsky. Piano 
score. A compilation consisting of the 
1896 edition, arr. by E. Langer, with all 
other material written for the original 
version gathered together for the first 
time and annotated by Peter March 
[pseud. ] Libretto synopsis by Cyril W. 
Beaumont. © on notes, annotations, edit- 
ing, compilation & arrangements of newly 
added music; The Tschaikovsky Foundation, 
New York; 30Dec49; EP43757. 

23 Tchaikovsky themes for piano; arr. 
by Joseph Strimer. 75C © Chas. H. 
Hansen Music Co. , New York; 13Apr50; 
EP45561. 

Waltz of the flowers. SEE HIS 
The nutcracker; The nutcracker. Suite. 

Warm kisses in the cool of the night. SEE 
Kaye, Buddy. 

CHAILLEY. JACQUES, 1910- 
La belle se sied. SEE Dufay, Guillaume. 
Le jardin nuptial; trois pieces pour piano, 

[by] Jacques Chailley, inspires du 

poeme de Rene-Salvator Catta. 

© Editions Salabert, Paris; lSep49; 

EF0-1303. 
La tentation de Saint -Antoine; symphonie 

vocale en 3 parties sur des themes 

populaires, [arr. by] Jacques Chailley. 

[Unacc. ] 112 francs © on arrangement; 

Henry Lemoine & cie, Paris; 15Nov4T-; 

EF15099. 
Trois pieces en courte pointe; pour fltlte 

et piano par J. Chailley. [Score and 

part] 15fr. © Alphonse Leduc fr cie, 

Paris; 1Nov49; EFO-1705. 

CHALLAN, HENRI, 1910- 

* (Sonata, violin & piano) Sonate; [by] H. 

Challan. [Score and part] 25 fr. 

© Alphonse Leduc fc cie, Paris; 30Nov49; 

EFO-1707. 

CHAMBET, HUBERT, 1920- 
Penombre. SEE Siniavine, Alexandre. 

CHAMFLEURY, R. . pseud SEE 
Gohin, Eugene Joseph, 1900- 

CHAMPION, MARGUERITE RGESGEN- SEE 
Roesgen-Champion, Marguerite. 

CHANDLER. GUS. 

Canadian capers; [by] Gus Chandler, 
Bert White and Henry Cohen, arr. by 
Jerry Sears, [for] trombone and piano. 
[Score and part] 60£ © on arrangement; 
Remick Music Corp., New York; 
24Mar50;.EP45405. 

Canadian capers; by Gus Chandler, Bert 
White and Henry Cohen, arr. by Roberto 
Carre no [pseud. ] [For accordion] 50£ 
© on transcription; Remick Music Corp. , 
New York; 9Mar50; EP45222. 
CHANDLER. TANIS. pseud . SEE 

Goldthwalte, Ann ScotT 

CHANEY, WILLIAM E 
Under the moon above; words and music by 
W. E. Chaney. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood. Calif.; 26Oct40; EP46523. 

CHANSLOR. HAL. 1903- 
Eleanor, the girl I adore; words by 
Clarence O'Neal, music by Hal Chans lor. 
©Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
26Mav49; EP45848. 
I wouldn't know; words by Cora R. Ladd, 
music by Hal Chans lor. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 13Jun49; 
EP45843. 



I'll try to forget; words by Jack Haley, 

music by Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Sep49; EP46534. 
In love again; words by Borge Lyhne, 

music by Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co.. Hollywood, Calif. ; 25 May49; 

EP45784. 
Joe's girl; words by Taylor J. Myers, 

music by Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 26Jul49; 

EP45823. 
Little kiss d* amour; music by Hal 

Chanslor, words by John Napoli. 35£ 

© Bruce Humphries, inc. , Boston; 

21Apr50; EP47484. 
Sweetheart; words by Ray Lloyd, music 

by Hal Chanslor. © Nordyke Pub. Co.. 

Hollywood, Calif.; Uul49; EP46206. 
Twilight and roses; words by Ruby Gale 

[pseud. ]. music by Hal Chanslor. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 

3Aug49; EP46207. 
Up the Hudson River; words bv J. J. 

Maher, music by Hal Chanslor. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

7Jun49; EP45786. 

CHANTAL, JEAN, pseud . SEE 
Bardugonl, Pino, iaiw- 

CHAPLiN. SEE 
Sahtana, Felix. 

CHAPLIN, SAUL. 1912- 
You wonderful you. SEE Warren. Harry. 
Summer stock. 

CHAPMAN, AGNES, 1890- 
In God's own garden. SEE Clark. A. A. 

CHAPMAN, HENRY G. 

Night on ways unknown has fallen. 

SEE Griffes, C. T. 
Recitative and aria of the archangel. 

SEE Franck, C. A. Redemption. 

CHAPPELL, B AMYTIS. 

Daddies; by B. Axnytis Chappell. [For 
voice and piano] © B. Amytls Chappell, 
Sedalia, Mo.; 27Mar50; EP45280. 

CHAPPOTIN, FELTX. 
La china tiene iman; guaracha, de Felix 
Chappotin. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, 
Calif. ; 23Feb50; EP44975. 

CHAPUSEAUX. 
Merengue de frac. SEE Damiron. 

[CHARDON, JULIEN] 1909- 
Chanson; [by] Jean Lutece [pseud. 1, 

poeme de Louis Henneve [pseud, j Piano 

et chant. © Editions Salabert, Paris; 

28Dec49; EFO-2400. 
Quatrain; [by] Jean Lutece [pseud. ], poeme 

de Arthur Rimbaud. Piano et chant. 

© Editions Salabert, Paris; 29Dec49; 

EFO-1714. 
Septembre; poeme de Louis HennevS 

[pseud. ], musique de Jean Lutece [pseud. ] 

© Editions Salabert, Paris; 27Dec49; 

EF0-1715. 

SI loin; [by] Jean Lutece [pseud. ], poeme 
de Louis Henneve [pseud. ] Piano et 
chant. © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
28Dec49; EFO-2394. 

Soir; [by] Jean Lutece [pseud. ], poeme 
de Louis Henneve [pseud. J Piano et 
chant. © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
29Dec49; EFO-1727. 

Tete de faune; poeme de Arthur Rimbaud, 
musique de Jean Lutece [pseud. ] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 27Dec49; 
EFO-1717. 

CHARLES, JACQUES, 1882- 
Meprise. SEE Goldbaum, Friedrich. 



CHARLES-HENRY. SEE 
Henry, Charles, 1909- 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



CHARUER, THEO. 1868-1944. 
*Methode complete pour cor chromatique 

en fa; [by] Theo Charlier. [For horn] 

© Henry Lemoine a co. , Paris; 

15Nov47; EF15110. 

CHARPENTIER, MARC-ANTOINE. 1634- 

1704. 

(In nativitatem Domini) Nuit; interlude 
instrumental pour cordes et clavecin, 
extralt de In nativitatem Domini, 
canticum a 4 voiz. Tcme DC des Mes- 
langes. [By] Marc-Antoine Charpentier, 
reconstitution et realisation de la basse 
continue par Guy-Lambert. (Musiques 
francaises. 8) [Score (harpsichord. 
2 violins, viola and violoncello) and 
parts) © Edouard Richli. Editions du 
siecle musical. Geneve; 150ct49; 
EFO-2993. 
CHARROSIN, FREDERICK GEORGE. 

Easter parade in Vienna. SEE 
Stolz, Robert. 

A memory. SEE Fones. A. F. 

Rhapsodie tzigane; [by] Frederick G. 
Charrosin. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Bosworth a 
Co., ltd., London; 28Jun49; EF15336. 

Rossini memories. SEE Rossini, G. A. 

Scots patrol; [by] Frederick G. Charrosin. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Bosworth a Co., ltd., London; 
30Dec49; EFO-2181. 

Valse apache; [by] Frederick G. Charrosin. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Dix, ltd. , London; 31Dec49; 
EFO-1503. 

CHASE, GILMAN EDWIN. 
O brother man; anthem for unison voices, 
music by Gilman Chase, words by John 
Greenleaf Whittier. [With piano ace. ] 
16C © Edwin H. Morris a Co. , inc . 
New York; 23Jan50; EP44055. 

CHATAU, HENRI. 
Frou-frou; chanson- valse, paroles de 
Monreal [pseud. ] et Blondeau, versione 
Italians di Cuati [pseud. ], musique de 
Henri Cha'tau. © Julien-Granval, Paris; 
27 Mar 50; EFO-2742. 



EL CHATO, pseud 
Ortfs, Patrocinio. 



SEE 



CHATTAWAY. THURLAND. 
Red wing. SEE Mills, F. A. 

CHAVEZ, CARLOS, 1899- 
*Sinfonia India; [by] Carlos Chi vex. 
(G. Schirmer's edition of study scores 
of orchestral works and chamber music, 
no. 56) [Miniature score: orchestra] 
$3 © G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
3May50; EP46942. 

CHEDEVILLE, PIERRE. 
Troisieme sonatille; [by] Pierre Chede- 
ville I'Aroe. extraite des Sonatllles 
galantes, op. 6, pour hautbois (flute ou 
violon) et basse continue. Realisation de 
la basse par Georges Favre. (Musiques 
francaises, 3) [Score and part] 
© Edouard Richli, Editions du siecle 
musical, Geneve; 5Jul49; EF 15480. 

CHEELY, LAURA JOSEPHINE, 1884- 
Our golden years; words and music by 
Laura Cheely. © Laura Josephine 
Cbeely, Portland, Or. ; 23Mar50; 
EP47294. 

CHENETTE, EDWARD STEPHEN, 1898- 
Wanting you. SEE Howe, M. J. 
When it's autumn time in Texas. 
SEE Clark. L. A. 

CHENOWETH. WILBUR, 1899- 
Spanish dancers; for piano, by Wilbur 
Chenoweth. 30£ © Carl Fischer, inc. , 
New York; 5Jun50; EP47395. 
The steam calliope; humoresque for piano, 
by Wilbur Chenoweth. 30C © Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York; 5Jun50; 
EP47206. 



CHEPIN. pseud. SEE 
Rosell. Electo. 

CHEREPNIN, ALEKSANDR NIKOLAEVICH, 
1899- 

Suite populaire russe; pour orchestre, 
[by] A. Tcherepnine. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © W. 
Bessel a cie, Paris; 250ct49; EF15198. 

CHERUBINI. BIXIO, 1899- 
Andalusa. SEE Pagano, Luigi. 
Cancion de La Plata. SEE Falcomata, 

Vincenzo. Juramento. 
Che peccato! SEE Falcomata, Vincenzo. 

Chica-chica. SEE Trama, Mario. 

Juramento. 
Un fiore all'occhiello. SEE Falcomata, 

Vincenzo. 
Melodia nell'estasi. SEE Falcomata, 

Vincenzo. 
Povero Chico. SEE Schisa. Mario. 
Roma, citta santa. SEE Fragna, Armando. 
Sempre. SEE Pulci, Luigi. II 

vedovo allegro. 
Stornello a pungolo. SEE Schisa, Mario. 
Taco toco tico. SEE Falcomata, 

Vincenzo. 
Valzer del caos. SEE Pagano, Luigi. 

[CHESI, MARIO] 

Ad occhi aperti; beguine, parole di Giubra 
[pseud. ], musica di Ischem [pseud. ], 
arr. di Soffici. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni Mascheroni, Milano; 23Nov49; 
EFO-3233. 

II tuo nome; beguine bolero, vers! di 
Pinchi [pseud. ], musica di Ischem 
[pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score (or- 
chestra, with words) and parts] © Radio 
Record Ricordl, Milano; 20Apr50; 
EFO-3348. 

CHESSLER, DEBORAH, 1903- 
Forgive and forget; by Deborah Chesaler. 
[For voice and piano, with ukulele dia- 
grams and chord symbols] © Harman 
Music, inc.. New York; 24Mar50; 
EP45388. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Feb49, EU156430. 

CHESTER. CHARLES, 1914- 
O Mama, Mama! SEE Concina, Carlo. 

CHESTERTON, GILBERT KEITH, 
1874-1936. 

The Christ-Child lay on Mary's lap. 
SEE Lovelace, A. C. 

CHEVAIS, MAURICE, 1880- 
Abecedaire musical; premier iivre de 
1 'sieve, falsant suite au livre du mattre: 
Avant le solfege. Nouv. ed. illustrae. 
( His Methods active dfenselgnement musi- 
cal, 2. cycle) © Alphonse Leduc a cie, 
Paris; 25Nov49; EFO-1645. 

CHEVALIER, MAURICE, 1888- 
The cachucha. SEE Bourtayre, Henri. 
Le roi. 



Manneken pis. 
Friedrich. 



SEE Goldbaum, 



Toi, tol, toi; Maman, paroles de Maurice 
Chevalier, musique de Maurice Chevalier 
& Henri Betti. [For voice and piano, and 
voice part] © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
230ct41; EF15688. 

CHEYETTE, IRVING. 
Beginning band musicianship; 3 -way method 
[for] individual, class [and] band instruc- 
tion, by Irving Cheyette and Edwin M. 
Salzman. [Part for] B flat cornet. 75C 
© Leeds Music Corp. , New York; 9Jun50; 
EP47535. 

The golden rule. SEE Goldman, E. F. 



Rise up, shepherds, and roller; Christmas 
spiritual, [for] S.A.B. or S. A. or unison 
voices, arr. by Irving Cheyette. 
[Traditional words] (Pro Art choral, 
no. 1193) [With piano ace. ] 15C ©on 
arrangement; Pro Art Publications, New 
York; 11 Mar 50; EP44835. 

The whistler's march; by Irving Cheyette. 
(Band series, no. 41) [Condensed score 
and parts] $1 © Pro Art Publications, 
New York; 31Mar50; EP45225. 

CHIARA, VINCENZO DI. 
La spagnola. The Spaniard. Lyric by Ted 
Matheson, music by Di Chiara, [arrange- 
ment and instruction] by [Betty B. Glynn 
of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 12X) [English 
words] © on arrangement a instruction; 
Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 25Jan50; 
EP44037. 

CHIBOUST, NOEL, 1909- 
Harmonie; bolero, musique de NoSl 
Chiboust. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Noel Chiboust; 
17Apr50; EFO-3072. 
Sous notre toit; bolero, musique de 
Nofil Chiboust. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Noel Chiboust; 
17Apr50; EFO-3071. 

CHIESA, VIRGILIO, 1908- 
Carmenella; tarantella. Musica di V. 
Chiesa, parole di Gianipa [pseud. ] 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Ode on, s. a., Milan; 
2Nov49; EFO-1045. 
L'organo suona; l'Ave Maria. Canzone 
slow; musica di V. Chiesa, parole di E. 
Frati. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Odeon, 
s. a., Milan; 2Nov49; EFO-1044. 

CHILDE, ROBERT S 1899- 

Kerry swing; S. A. T. B. , arr. by Robert 
Childe. (Radio program music, no. 
8521) [With piano ace. ] 20? © on ar- 
rangement; Neil A. KJos Music Co. , 
Chicago; 18May50; EP46639. 

CHILDRESS, LILLIAN HANNA, 1899- 
When it's autumn time in Texas. 
SEE Clark. L. A. 

CHILDS, BILL. 
Honey chile. SEE Gosmeyer, Larry. 

CHILTON. CHARLES. 
Riders of the range. SEE Phillips, 
Freddie. 

CHING, JAMES. 

Better beginnings; a first book for every- 
one who wants to become a really good 
pianist and musician, by James Ching. 
3/- © Bosworth a Co. , lid. , London; 
15Nov49; EFO-2270. 

The new graded studies for piano; 
selected a edited by James Ching. 
© Keith, Prowse a Co. , ltd. , London; 
bk. 1, 8Feb50; EF0-1515. 

The new graded studies for piano; selected 
a edited by James Ching. © Keith, 
Prowse a Co. , ltd. , London; bk. 2, 
8Feb50; EFO-1617. 

CHINN, GENEVIEVE. 
Rollicking frolicking; for piano, [by] 
Genevieve Chinn. 50C © Carl Fischer 
inc.. New York; 17Msr50: EP45139. 

CHIOCCHIO, UMBERTO, 1910- 
A luci spente; fox -trot, parole di R. 
Morbelli, musica di U. Chiocchio. [Arr. 
di M. Mariotti] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni Arion, Milano; 280ct49; 
EFO-2779. 
Facciamo le valige. Medium swing. 
Parole di R. Morbelli, musica de U. 
Chiocchio. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni Redi, Milano; 2Feb50; 
EFO-2696. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CHIREX, LUCIEN. 1910- 
Enfants de France; paroles de Rene 
Rougerie, musique de Luclen Chlrex. 
© Lucien Chirex, Paris; 20Apr50; 
EF0-3787. 

CfflSHOLM, THOMAS O. , 1867- 
Low voice specials. SEE Ives, D. L. 

CHITTY, ADA WINIFRED JOY. 1901- 

Finger-play songs for the nursery class; 
by A. W. I. Chitty. [For piano, with 
words and dance instructions; melody 
also in tonic sol-fa notation) 2/- 
© W. Paxton & Co. , ltd. . London; bk. 2, 
28Jun49; EFO-1408. 

Singing games for babies' counting lessons; 
by A. W. I. Chitty. 2/- © W. Paxton & 
Co. , ltd. , London; bk. 2, 2Jun49; 
EF15512. 

Song and movement for infants; by A. W. I. 
Chitty. [For piano, with words and 
dance instructions; melody also in tonic 
sol-fa notation] 2/- © W. Paxton & Co. . 
ltd., London; bk. 2. 25Nov49; EFO-2467. 

Song and movement for the nursery school; 
by .-l. W. I. Chitty. 2/- © W. Paxton & 
Co., ltd., London; bk. 1, 9Jul49; 
EFO-1409. 

CHIVOT, HENRI. 
Les cent vierges. SEE Lecocq, 
Charles. 

CHOPIN, FRYDERYK FRANCISZEK. 1810- 

1849. 

Chopin album; for guitar, transcribed and 
edited by Vahdah Olcott Bickford. Op. 
138. Hollywood. Calif., The American 
Guitar Society. © Vahdah Olcott Bick- 
ford; 27Dec49; EP43238. 

Chopin waltz medley no. 1; arr. by Fred 
Barovick. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] $ 1 © on arrange- 
ment; Clef Music Corp., New York; 
14Jun50; EP47292. 

Chopin waltz medley no. 2; arr. by Fred 
Barovick. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] $ 1 © on arrange- 
ment; Clef Music Corp. , New York; 
14Jun50; EP47293. 

Chopins klavermusik i anledning af 100- 
aret for komponistens dod. SEE Johns - 
son, Bengt. 

Etude; op. [i.e. no.] 27, no.3posth., [by] 
Fr4de>ic Chopin, transcribed by Tossy 
Spivakovsky. [Score (violin and piano) 
and part] 60C © on transcription; G. 
Schirmer, inc.. New York; 9Feb50; 
EP45211. 

(Eludes, piano, op. 10) I^tude; op. 10, 
no. 2 [by] Frederic Chopin, transcribed 
by Tossy Spivakovsky. [Score (violin 
and piano) and part] 75£ © on transcrip- 
tion; G. Schirmer, inc. , New York; 
9Feb50; EP45209. 

(Etudes, piano, op. 10) Etude; op. 10, 
no. 6, [by] Frederic Chopin, transcribed 
by Tossy Spivakovsky. [Score (violin 
and piano) and part] 60£ © on transcrip- 
tion; G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
9Feb50; EP45210. 

(Fantasy-impromptu, piano, op. 66) 
Fantasy-impromptu; [by] Frederic 
Chopin, arr. by William L. Gleichmann. 
Op. 66. [Score: piano and orchestra] 
© on orchestral accompaniment, intro- 
duction & ending; William L. Gleichmann; 
14Jun50; EU206837. 
Four mazurkas. SEE HIS 
Mazurkas, piano. 

Frederic Chopin. SEE Rehberg, Walter. 

Inno alia Patria; [by] Federico Chopin, 
elaborazione [e parole] di Matteo Glinski. 
[For voice and piano] © on arrangement 
of the music & words; Radio Record 
Ricordi, Milano; 22Dec49; EF0-3157. 
(Mazurkas, piano) Four mazurkas; [by| 
Chopin, piano arrangements by Jo c eph 
Strimer. 40£ © on simplified arrange- 
ment; The Boston Music Co. Boston; 
16Feb50; EP44402. 



The mercy seat. SEE HIS 
Preludes, piano, op. 28. 
No other love. SEE Weston, 



Paul. 



Nocturne; op. posth., [by] Chopin, tran- 
scribed for violoncello, by Francis L. 
York. [Score and part] 50£ © on tran- 
scription; G. Schirmer, inc., New York; 
22Dec49; EP43809. 
(Nocturne, piano, op. 9, no. 2) Nocturne; 
[by] Fr. Chopin. Op. 9, no. 2. Tran- 
scrite pour saxophone alto mi bemol ou 
clarinette si bemol par A. Dele a rope. 
[Score (saxophone & piano) and part for 
clarinet] 25 fr. © Editions musicales 
Brogneaux, Bruxelles; 25Dec49; 
EFO-3445. 
Omaggio a Bellini; variaxion© sul tema 
delr opera I Puritani [by] Federico 
Chopin, elaborazione di Matteo Glinski. 
[For voice and piano] © on arrangement; 
Radio Record Ricordi, Milano; 22Dec49; 
EFO-3156. 

(Preludes, piano, op. 28) The mercy 
seat; Chopin prelude, op. 28, no. 15, 
arr. by Kenneth E. Runkel. (Belwin 
octavo no. 1039) [Score: Soprano, chorus 
(SATB) and organ] 15£ © on arrangement; 
Belwin, inc.. New York; 9Feb50; 
EP44298. 
To me you're a song. SEE Merrill, Bob. 
Valse brlllante. SEE HIS 

Waltz, piano, op. 18. 
Valse no. 10. SEE HIS 
Waltzes, piano, op. 69. 

La vie ardente de Frederic Chopin. SEE 
Lahy-Hollebecque, Marie. 

(Waltz, piano, op. 18) Valse brillante; 
S.S.A., arr. from Chopin, op. 18, by 
Mildred Pasquero. (Belwin octavo, 
no. 1024) [With piano ace] 15? ©on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
10Jan50; EP43439. 

(Waltz, piano, op. 64, no. 1) Valse; de 
Chopin, op. 64, no. 1, transcrite pour 
saxophone alto ml bemol ou clarinette 
si bemol par A. Delcampe. Wals. 
[Score and part] 25fr. © Editions 
musicales Brogneaux, Bruxelles; 
25Dec49; EF0-3444. 

(Waltzes, piano, op. 69) Valse no. 10; 
[op. 69, no. 2, by F. Chopin, tran- 
scription by Alexander Bellow. [For 
guitar] © on arrangement; Celesta Pub. 
Co., New York; 5Feb50; EP44497. 

♦CHORD AND DISCORD; a journal of modern 
musical progress, Gabriel Engel, editor. 
© The Bruckner Society of America, 
inc.. New York; v. 2, no. 6, 21Mar50; 
AA146355. 
CHRISTENSEN, ANNA PARKER, 1899- 
Birthday candles; by Anna Christensen. 
[For piano] 30C © Mills Music, inc. , 
New York; 20Mar50; EP45158. 
Snow fairy; by Anna Christensen. [For 
piano] 30C © Mills Music, inc.. New 
York; 20Mar50; EP45159. 
Yankee shuffle, by Anna Christensen. 
[For piano] 30C © Mills Music, inc. , 
New York; 20Mar50; EP45157. 

CHRISTENSON, KARL EWERT, 1888- 
Bilden av dej. SEE Eklund, Hans. 
Dar blaklinten blommar. SEE 

Ahlin, Ernfrid. 
Du fir i sagan min lilla princessa. 

SEE Hansson, Stig. 
Hans Majestfits rival. SEE Hansson, 
Stig. 

Karleken blir stOrre tTr varje dag. 
SEE BergstrOm, Gulli. Sussie. 
Langtans blaa blomma. SEE 

Stgen-Ostling, Herbert. 
En nypa Stockholmsluft. SEE 
Hansson, Stig. 

Rakna de lyckliga stunderna blott. SEE 
Hansson, Stig. 



Sag det i toner. SEE Hansson, Stig. 
Sista valsen. SEE Hylin, Einar. 
SEE Sverige dansar och ler. 



CHRISTIAN. PETER, pseud . 
Michel, Johann, 1914- 



SEE 



CHRISTIANS EDDY, 1916- 
Red lips waits; original Dutch lyrics by 
Henry d f Albert, English lyrics by Tim 
Spencer and Glenn Spencer, music by 
Eddy ChristianI and Frana Poptie. © on 
English lyrics; Hill & Range Songs, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 17Feb50; 
EP44965. 
Red lips waltz; original Dutch lyrics by 
Henry d 1 Albert [pseud. ], English lyrics 
by Tim Spencer and Glenn Spencer, music 
by Eddy ChristianI and Frans Poptie. 
© on changed melody; Hill fc Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif . ; 16Jun50; 
EP47582. 

CHRISTIANSEN, FREDERIK MELIUS, 

1871- 

The beautiful snow; soprano solo and 
mixed choir, [by] F. Melius Christiansen, 
[words by] Anna K. Thomas. (Kjos 
selected octavo series, no. 5129) 
[Unacc. ) 16£ © Neil A. Kjos Music Co. , 
Chicago; 20Apr50; EP46309. 

CHRISTIANSEN. PAUL J 1914- 

O come. O come. Emmanuel; Advent and 
Christmas song for mixed chorus, 
adapted from plainsong by Paul Christian- 
sen. [Veni, Emmanuel] (Choral library, 
1085) [Unacc. English words] 12£ © on 
arrangement; Augsburg Pub. House, 
Minneapolis; Uun50; EP47237. 

Prayers of steel; [by] Paul Christiansen, 
[words by] Carl Sandburg. (Choral 
library, 1079) [Score: chorus (SATTBB) 
and piano reduction] 25£ © Augsburg 
Pub. House, Minneapolis; 17May50; 
EP47243. 

CHRISTIE, KENNETH. 
Journey; [by] Kenneth Christie, [words 
by Edna St. Vincent Millay] (A Theodore 
Presser edition, 111-40029) 500 
© Theodore Presser Co. , Bryn Mawr, 
Pa.; lMay50; EP46063. 

CHRISTOL. L 1869- 

Muchachos; paso-doble [by] L. Christoi 

[and] R. L'Host. [Condensed score 

(band and parts] © F. Grare, Paris; 

30Dec49 (in notice: 1950); EF0-1598. 

CHUCKERBUTTY, WILSON OLIPHANT. 
Seven holiday tunes; for piano, by Oliphant 
Chuckerbutty. 2/6 © Walsh, Holmes fc 
Co., ltd., London; 4Jan50; EF0- 1749. 

CHURCHILL. STUART. 
Black is the color of my true love's hair; 
Appalachian folk song, arr. by Stuart 
Churchill. [Score: chorus (TTBB) and 
piano] © on arrangement; Shawnee Press, 
inc.. East Stroudsburg, Pa. ;23Dec49; 
EP44476. 



CIACELLI, REMO. 
Djurgardsvisan; ur DJurgardafilm, text 
och musik: Remo Ciacelli. 2, 25 © Sonora 
muslkfBrlags ab, Stockholm; Uan46; 
EF15280. 

[CICOGNINI, ALESSANDRO] 1911- 
Ho sognato 11 paradiso; valzer lento, 
motivo conduttore dal film omonimo. 
Versi di M. Zanciro [pseud. ], musica di 
C. Iclni [pseud. ] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Radio record Ricordi, Milano; 
20Apr50; EFO-3328. 

CIELITOS UNDOS. 
SEE Los tres cielitos lindoi.. 



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CIFRA, ANTONIO. 
Del mio sol; [by] Antonio Cifra, edited by 
Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. 
La flora, v. 3, p.~55) [Score: 2 voices 
and piano) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2066. 
La violetta; [by] Antonio Cifra, poesia: 
Gabriello Chiabrera. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora, v. 3, p. 9) © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EFO-2040. 

CILEA, FRANCESCO, 1866- 
Dolce amor di povertade; del beato 
Iacopone da Todi, per canto e pianoforte 
[by] Francesco Cilea. © G. Ricordi 4. 
Co., Milano; 20Apr50; EFO-3338. 

CIMERA. JAROSLAV. 1889- 
(Concerto, trombone) Concerto for trom- 
bone; 2nd movement Andante, [by] 
Cimera. [piano ace. by Josef Koestner] 
[Score and part] $ 1 © Remick Music 
Corp.. New York; 27Jan50; EP43910. 

(Concerto, trombone) Concerto for trom- 
bone; 3rd movement, Tarantelle, [by] 
Cimera, [piano ace. by Josef Koestner] 
[Score and part] $1. 25 © Remick Music 
Corp., New York; 27Jan50; EP43909. 

CIMIEZ, pseud . SEE 
Peilege, Helene, 1904- 

CINDERELLA, CHARLES, 1905- 
Indifferent; words and music by Leslie 
"22 Ton" Voorhees, Dave B. Snedeker & 
Chas. "Shorty" Cinderella. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 25Apr49; 
EP45549. 

CINQUE, VINCENZO, 1905- 
♦Cipressi; impressione romantica per 
orchestra. Cypresses; romantical 
impression for orchestra. [By] 
Vincenzo Cinque. [Score] © Vincenzo 
Cinque; 15Dec49; EFO-2584. 

CIOCCA, GIOVANNI, 1908- 
Torinesina. SEE Pagnini, Arrigo. 

CIOFFI. GIUSEPPE, 1903- 
I nuovi successi del maestro Cioffi; 
[Raccolta di successi Cioffi] Testo di 
N. de Lutio, G. Pisano and others] 
Napoli, Cioffi. © Italian Book Co. ; 
1949-50 issue. 20Oct49; EFO-2451. 
Zaza. SEE Cutolo, R. 

CLAE, MARY. 
Tu peux revenir. SEE Jacobs, Leon. 

CLAIR, MICHEL, pseud. SEE 
Boue, Marcel, 19zT= 

CLAIRO FUMERO. JOSE. 
En ayuna con un pollito. SEE 
Gonzalez. Alberto. 

CLAIRVILLE, pseud . SEE 
Nicolai. Victor. 



CLAN A. JOSE DE, 
Cadalen, Franck. 



SEE 



CLAPP, SUNNY. 
In my dreams. SEE Craig, Francis. 
You. SEE Craig, Francis. 

CLARE, SIDNEY, 1892- 
Did-ee, did-ee do right by you? SEE 
Gottler, Archie. 

Please don't talk about me when I'm 
gone. SEE Stept, S. H. 

CLARK, AARON AUGUSTIN, 1907- 
Alone; words by Will Phelps, music by 
Aaron A. Clark. © Will Phelps; 13Feb50; 
EP44280. 

Alone in a world of beautiful dreams. 
SEE Clark, L. A. 



In God's own garden; words by Agnes 

Chapman, masic by Aaron A. Clark. 

[Score: solo voices (SBar) and piano] 

© Agnes Chapman, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. ; 

27Mar50; EP45185. 
Lake-of-love songs. SEE Hines, G. H. 
Picture me; words by Mr. Gail Hamilton 

Hines, music by Aaron A. Clark. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

6Sep49; EP46461. 



CLARK, ALLAN. 

The bartender's just like a mother. 
Spencer, Otis. 



SEE 



CLARK, COTTONSEED. 
Cottonseed Clark's Brushwood 

poetry and philosophy. SEE 

Turner. Chet. 
Eatin' with th' elite. SEE Turner, Chet. 
Ma's old galvanized wash tub. SEE 

Turner, Chet. 
Pa's straight razor. SEE Turner, Chet. 
That little girl o' mine. SEE 

Turner, Chet. 
When th 1 preacher came to dinner. 

SEE Turner, Chet. 

CLARK, DICK. 
Hu-la-la-la-la. SEE Yankovic, F. J. 

CLARK, EDWARD A. 
Lonely cowboy. SEE Hall, David. 

CLARK. F A 

Forth from the tomb; words and music by 
F. A. Clark. (In Ackley. B. D. Christ 
is risen, p. 10) [fiymn, with music] 
© The Rodeheaver Co. , Winona Lake, 
Ind. ; 3Apr50; EP46373. 

Swing wide, ye gates of gold; words and 
music by F. A. Clark. (In_ Ackley, B. D. 
Christ is risen, p. 4) [Hymn, with music] 
© The Rodeheaver Co. , Winona Lake, 
Ind. ; 3Apr50; EP46367. 

CLARK, HERMA NAOMI, 1871- 
Home for Christmas. SEE Gossard, L. C. 

CLARK. KATHLEEN C. WIGHTMAN. 
Alone in a world of beautiful dreams. 
SEE Clark, L. A. 

CLARK, LUTHER A 1879-1940. 

Alone in a world of beautiful dreams; 
words by Kathleen C. Wightman Clark, 
music by Luther A. Clark, [arr. by 
Aaron A. Clark] © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood. Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46525. 
When it's autumn time in Texas; by 
Lillian Childress [and Luther A. Clark. 
Arrangement by Ed Chenette] San Antonio, 
Southern Music Co. © Lillian Hanna 
Childress; 24Apr50; EP46019. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 16Nov40, EU241790. 
CLARK, OLIVE WRIGHT. 
I'll just pretend this Christmas. 
SEE Hall, David. 
CLARK, OZZIE. 
Gypsy polka. SEE Gaal, C. J. 

CLARK, PALMER JOHN, 1893- 
Roadways; for two-part chorus of men's 
voices, [by] Palmer J. Clark, arr. by 
Lilburne Hoffman, [words by] John 
Maaefield. (Selected choral series, 
no. 41, 105) [With piano ace] 20<! 
© on arrangement; Raymond A. Hoffman 
Co.. Chicago; 9Mar50; EP44993. Appl 
states prev. reg. E82890. 
Sea fever; for two-part chorus of male 
voices, [by] Palmer Clark, [words by] 
John Masefield, arr. by Lilburne Hoff- 
man. (Selected choral series, no 41 
106) [With piano ace. ] 20<J © on adapta- 
tion; Raymond A. Hoffman Co. , Chicago- 
27Feb50; EP44688. ' 

CLARK, RUTH. 
Expressive movement themes. SEE 
Lyell, Margaret. 



CLARK, RUTH X 1890- 

Six cameos for piano; [by] Ruth K^, Clark. 
$ 1 © Wesley Webster, San Francisco; 
20Jun50; EP47344. 
Six short piano pieces; [by] Ruth K. Clark. 
Op. 2. $1 © Wesley Webster, San 
Francisco; 27Dec49, EP43267. 

CLARK. SALLY. 
The game of broken hearts. SEE 
McMullen, E. D. 

CLARKE, CUTHBERT. 
Espieglerie; by Cuthbert Clarke. [Melody 
with instrumental cues] 6d © Chappeil 
fcCo., ltd., London; 22Mar50; EFO-2581. 

CLARKE, CYRIL. 
Sonata for musical clock. SEE 
Handel, G. F. 

CLARKE, ELIZABETH, 1912- 
Picking flowers; by Elizabeth Clarke. 
[For voice and-piano, with guitar dia- 
grams and chord symbols] © Empire 
Music Publishers, New Westminster, 
B.C.; 10Feb50; EFO-2022. 

CLARKE, HARRY DUDLEY. 1888- 
He that hath the Son hath life; [by] Harry 
D. Clarke, [words by] H. D. C. [Close 
score: SATB] © Harry Dudley Clarke- 
13Mar50; EP44840. 
I'll never turn back; [by] Harry D. Clarke, 
[words by] H. D. C. ( With his He that 
hath the Son hath life) TCIose~score* 
SATB] ©Harry Dudley Clarke; 13Mar50- 
EP44841. 

CLARKE, IRMA, 1894- 
Rhythm ensemble; by Irma Clarke, for 
piano and rhythm instruments, recorder 
and violin optional. [Score and parts] $ 1 
© on arrangements; The Boston Music 
Co., Boston; 2May50; EP46280. 

CLARKE, JOHN MARTY. 
How can I tell? Lyric by Bob Haymes, 

music by Marty Clarke. © Broadcast 

Music, inc., New York; 19Dec49- 

EP43179. 
If, if, if you were mine; lyric by Bob 

Haymes, music by Marty Clarke. 

© Broadcast Music, inc. , New York- 

23Mar50; EP46041. 
That I gotta see; lyric by Bob Haymes, 

music by Marty Clarke. © Broadcast 

Music, inc.. New York; 3Feb50- 

EP45717. 

CLARKE, T E B 

(The blue lamp) All correct; the police- 
man's song, [from] the film The blue 
lamp. Lyrics and musical adaptation by 
T. E. B. Clarke. 1/ ©Campbell-Connel- 
ly, inc.. New York; 13Apr50; EF15417. 

CLARO FUMERO, JOSe\ 
Chaulele; guaracha, letra y musics de 
fi 9 Iaro Fumero > *rr. [by] Fumero 
y Jimftnex. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 

r.Hf mb M I ST JI! ,IBlc ' Inc ' Bev eriy Hills, 
Calif. ; 28Dec49; EP44426. 

Hay que dejarse de cuento. SEE 

Duarte Matos, Angel. 

CLAUDEL, PAUL, 1868- 
Cantique du Rhone. SEE Miihaud, 
Darius. 

CLAUSETTI, PIETRO, 1908- 
Ho sognato il paradiso. SEE Cicognini 
Aless andro. ' 

CLAWSON. ARNOLD ANDREW. 1900- 
Please tell me now. SEE Pope, T. L. 

CLEATER, JACK. 
Poor John's back room; words and music 
by Buster Harding [and] Jack Cieater 
[Melody and chord symbols, with words] 
© Regent Music Corp. , New York- 
3lJan50; EP43919. 



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CLEATHER, BRENDA. 1905- 
Santa Lucia. SEE Meglio. Vincenzo de. 

CLEMENS. FRANZ, pseud . SEE 
Menge. Franz. 1880- 

CLEMENSEN. POUL. 
Du har glemt min sang. SEE 
Gyidmark, Sven. Den stjaaine 
minister. 

CLEMENTS, BEBE. 
Beside the Hondo; words and music by 
Bebe Clements. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 260ct49; EP46526. 

CLEMENTS, BOB. 
It will always be you; lyric by Tommy 
Diibeck, music by Bob Clements. 
© Hill k. Range Songs, inc.. Beverly 
Hills. Calif. ; 30Jan50; EP44437. 

CLEMENTS. ZEKE. 
It's my life; words and music by Zeke 

Clements. © Hill & Range Songs, inc. , 

Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 17Mar50; 

EP46392. 
Why should I cry; words and music by 

Zeke Clements. © Hill & Range Songs. 

inc.. Beverly Hills. Calif. ; 22Feb50; 

EP44964. 
Win or lose; words and music by Zeke 

Clements. © Hill fr Range Songs, inc. . 

Beverly Hills. Calif. ; 13Mar50; EP46399. 
You're free again; words and music by 

Zeke Clements. © Hill & Range Songs. 

inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 17Mar50; 

EP46393. 

CLEMINCKX, JULES, 1886- 
Reste encore. SEE Roose, Andries. 

C LEMONS, WALTER, Jr. 
Come across. SEE Princeton University. 
Triangle Club. Come across. 

CLEPHANE, ELIZABETH C. 
Beneath the cross of Jesus. SEE 
Maker, F. C. 

CLERGUE, JEAN. 1898- 
Vitrail; piano, [by] Jean Clergue. 55fr. 
© Henry Lemoine & cie, Paris; 15Nov49; 
EFO-1706. 

CLEVELAND, JAMES C 1931- 

I want to see Jesus; words and music by 
James Cleveland, [arr. by) Myrtle Scott. 
Chicago. M. Scott's Studio of Gospel 
Music. 15? © James Cleveland & Myrtle 
Scott; 30Nov49; EP43546. 

CLIFFORD. SEE 
Wilkes. Henry Clifford. 1931- 

CLINT, H O'REILLY. 

I want an Easter bunny; lyrics by Norman 
Mfeigei, music by H. O'Reilly Clint. 
© H. O'Reilly Clint Co. . Detroit; 
13Mar50; EP48131. 

CLOCHE, MAURICE, 1907- 
C'est dans la rue du soleil. SEE 
Hoorebeke, Marceau van. La cage 
aux filles. 

CLOEREC, REN^, 1911- 
Le diable au corps; suite symphonique de 
Rene Cloerec. (Score] © Rene Cloerec; 
24Apr50; EU201833. 

CLOOS. CONSUELO. 
Demi lune. SEE Hovaness. A. S. 

CLOUGH, CHARLES ASA, 1903- 
O bone Jesu. SEE Lambert. C. J. 

CLOUZOT, MARIE ROSE, 1906- 
La guirlande. SEE La guirlande. 

*Musiques juveniles; pieces de moyenne 
difficult*, choislea et doigtees par 
Marie-Rose Clousot. [For piano] 
140 francs © on fingering fc compilation; 
Henry Lemoine fc cie, Paris; 10Dec49; 
EF0-1639. 



CLUFF, HAROLD WALKER, 1903- 
The key. SEE Berceller, Oscar. 

Sweetheart of mine. SEE Campbell, 
W. N. M. 

CLYDE. TED. 
Throw that shovel down; words by Paul 
Carlson, music by Ted Clyde. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. . Hollywood. Calif. ; 5Mar47; 
EP45552. 

COAR, BIRCHARD. 

*The masters of the classical period as 
conductors. DeKalb. HI., 1949. 126 p. 
illus. © Birchard Coar; 15Dec49; 
A39193. 

COATES. ERIC. 

J'ai reve de vous; bolero -biguine but les 
motifs de By the sleepy lagoon. Paroles 
frangaises de Louis Henneve, musique de 
Eric Coates. New ed. © on French 
words; Chappell & Co. , ltd , London; 
3lDec49; EFO-1437 Appl. states prev. 
reg. as By the sleepy lagoon; 10Nov30; 
EF15025. 

Music everywhere; Rediffusion march, 
(by] Eric Coates (Chappell fc Co's. 
orchestral works, no. 428) (Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© on arrangement; Chappell 4Co,, ltd. , 
London; 29Dec49; EFO-1272. Appl. 
states prev. reg. lDec49, EF0-937. 

(The three bears) Valse, from the 
fantasy. The three bears, (by] Eric 
Coates. (Chappell & Co's. orchestral 
works, no. 429) (Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Chappell It Co. , ltd. , London; 29Dec49; 
EFO-1271. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6Dec26. EF656491. 

COBB. HAZEL. 
The horseshow; piano solo, by Hazel 
Cobb. 30? ©Mills Music, inc.. New 
York; 23Dec49; EP43524. 
Saucy saunter; piano solo, by Hazel Cobb. 
30? ©Mills Music, inc.. New York; 
23Dec49; EP43521. 

COBEN, CY. 

Come back to me; by Cy Coben. (For 
voice and piano with chord symbols] 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., inc.. New 
York; 23Mar50; EP45423. Appl. states 
prev. reg. !5FebS0; EU1 94136. 

Nobody's child. SEE Foree, Mel. 

The old piano roll blues; by Cy Coben, arr. 
by Billy Maxted. (Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] $ 1 
© on arrangement; Leeds Music Corp. . 
New York; UMaySO; EP46580. 

The old piano roll bines; by Cy Coben. 
(For voice and piano, with ukulele 
diagrams and chord symbols] © Leeds 
Music Corp.. New York; 14Feb50; 
EP44324. Appl. states prev. reg. 
4Apr49, EU164019. 

There's no wings on my angel. SEE 
Arnold, Eddy. 

COBLEIGH, DONALD E. . 1900- 
Dartmouth song book. SEE Dartmouth 
College. 

COBURN, WILLIAM BEATON, 1893- 
The flying circus; piano solo by William 
B. Coburn. 40? © Schroeder & Gunther, 
inc., Rhlnebeck. N. Y. ; 28Feb50 ; 
EP44559. 
The green and silver bowl; an operetta 
in three acts, book and lyrics by 
Kathryn Cummings. music by William B. 
Coburn. (Piano-vocal score] $1 
© The Willis Music Co. . Cincinnati; 
4May50; DP72. 
Rondino. SEE Offenbach. Jacques. 
Orphee aux enfers. 

COCHRANE. JOYCE REYNOLDS. 1909- 
(Dance hall) You're only dreaming; [from] 
Dance hall, words by Christopher 
Hassall. music by Joyce Cochrane. 1/- 
© Chappell & Co. , ltd. . London; 19May50; 
EFO-3456. 



(Landfall) Mona; [from] Landfall, words 
by Sonny Miller, music by Joyce Cochrane 
1/. © Chappell k Co. , ltd., London; 
10Jan50; EFO-1478. 
Paddle boat; by Joyce Cochrane, piano 
solo. 2/- © Chappell & Co. , ltd., 
London; 23Feb50; EFO-1970. 

COCHRANE, ROLLIN E. 

Choice light and life songs. SEE 
Lowell. L. M. 

COCKSHOTT. GERALD. 
Peggy Perkins. SEE Dibdin, Charles. 

CODESAL, PABLO DfAZ. SEE 
Dfaz Codesal, Pablo. 

CODY, WILLIAM FREDERICK, 1913- 
A letter and a rose. SEE Howell, Kenneth. 

(COFFEY, JOHN A ] 

The mystery waltz; words and music by 
Joal Gaco [pseud. ] © on changed music 
& added words; John A. Coffey; 19Dec49; 
EP44283. Appl. states prev. reg. 
9Dec47, EUH1085. 

COGANE, NELSON. 
Old songs bring memories. SEE 
Weldon, Frank. 

COGHILL. ANNIE L. 
Work, for the night is coming. SEE 
Mason. Lowell. 

COHEN. HARRIET, 1901- 
Be contented, O my soul. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Mein Gott, wie lang'. 

COHEN. HENRY. 
Canadian capers. SEE Chandler, Gus. 

COHEN. JACK. 1907-1941. 
(Suite, strings, no. 1) String suite 
number 1; by Jack Cohen. [Score] 
© Sadie Cohen; 23May50; EU204735. 

(COHEN, MAURICE ALFRED] 1805- 
The door is open; words by Michael Carr 
[pseud. ] and John Klenner, music by 
Michael Carr [pseud. ] © Robert Music 
Corp.. New York; 2 9 Apr 50 (in notice: 
1949); EP45923. 
How true; words and music by Michael Carr 
[pseud. ] © Robert Music Corp. , New 
York; 29Apr50 (in notice: 1949); EP45924. 

I know it now. SEE Foley, Adrian. 
Just a dream ago. SEE Knippers, Bert. 
Just when my broken heart was mended. 

SEE Connor, Tommie. 
The lord of the blooming manor; words & 

music by Michael Carr [pseud. ] l/. 

© The Peter Maurice Music Co. , ltd. , 

London; 23Feb50; EFO-2590. 
My dearest heart. SEE Taylor, J. F. 
Niccolo and his piccolo; words by Kim 

Gannon, music by Michael Carr [pseud. ] 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. , inc. , New 

York; Uun50; EP47026. Appl. states 

prev. reg. 21Apr50, EU201685. 
An old song writer; lyric by Jack Golden. 

music by Michel Carr [pseud. ] 

© Southern Music Pub. Co., ltd., London; 

23Jun49; EF15237. 
Sammy's little samba. SEE She r win. 

Manning. 
Song version of the Harry Lime theme. 

SEE Karas, Anton. The third man. 

COHN, CHESTER. 
Play, hurdy-gurdy, play. SEE 
Grant, Freddy. 

COHN. GREGORY P 1919- arr . 

Imitationettes; unique interpretations of " 
favorite melodies, adapted by Gregory P. 
Cohn, for the Hammond organ. 75? 
© on arrangement; Shattinger. inc. , 
St. Louis; 27Feb50; EP44552. 



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COHN. JAMES MYRON, 1928- 
(Quartet, strings, no. 2) Quartet no. 2; 
by James Cohn. [Score] © James Myron 
Conn; 14Mar50; EU197197. 
(Sextet, piano k woodwinds) Sextet; by 
James Conn. [Score: flute, oboe, clari- 
net, horn, bassoon and piano] © James 
Myron Cohn; 27Feb50; EU105317. 

[COHN, WALTER HERBERT] 
Cittran min; vals, text: Figaro {pseud. ] 
musik: Herbert Cornell [pseud. ] © Edition 
Lunden, Stockholm; 20Feb50; EFO-3604. 
PopulAra melodier. SEE PopulSra 

melodier. 
Vallflickan; schottis, text och musik: Egger 
[and] Cornell [pseud. ] [For voice and piano 
or accordion] © Edition Lunden, Stock- 
holm; 20Feb50; EFO-3605. 

COLDfiN, JOHN. 
Namner du Sverige. SEE Widestedt, 
Ragnar. 



SEE Damase, 



COLE, DOROTHY. 
What is Benjamin? 
Jerzy. 



SEE Fitelberg, 



COLE, HENRY. 
Say so. SEE Deutsch, M. A. 

Sweet be your dreams. SEE 

Deutsch, M. A. 
Wonderful weather for walking. SEE 

Deutsch, M A. 
Your eyes tell me that you love me. 

SEE Deutsch, M. A. 

COLE, NATHANIEL, 1917- 
Robinson Crusoe. SEE Leeds, Howard. 

COLE, ROBERTO. 
Enigma; bolero de Roberto Cole, arr. 
Alfredo Brito. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, 
Calif. ; 14Apr50; EP46432. 

Hoyte bese. SEE Balseiro, J. R. 

COLE, ROSSETTER G 1866- 

In absence; [by] Rossetter Cole. Op. 41. 
(Compositions for violin and piano, 134- 
41001) 70C ©Oliver DitsonCo., Bryn 
Mawr, Pa.; 29Dec49; EP43207. 

COLEMAN, CY. 
New York sketches; modern American 
suite for piano, by Cy Coleman. $ 1 
© J. J. Robbins & Sons, inc. , New 
York; 10Feb50; EP44389. 

COLEMAN, DAVID. 
A-rasz-a-ma-tazz; lyrics by Irving 

Taylor, music by Dave Coleman. © J. J. 

Robbins 4 Sons, inc.. New York; 

22May50; EP46904. 
A snow white horse and a golden 

saddle. SEE Webb, Christopher. 

COLERIDGE -TAYLOR, SAMUEL, 1875- 

1912. 

Lift up your heads; [by] S. Coleridge - 
Taylor, short festival anthem, [words 
from] Psalm XXIV, 7, 8, arr. by Forrest 
L. BuchteL [Score: SATB and organ] 
200 © on arrangement; Neil A. Kjos 
Music Co., Chicago; 23Mar50; EP46310. 

COLES. BRAMWELL, 1887- 
SEE The Musical Salvationist. 
SEE New songs for male voices. 
SEE New songs for young people. 
SEE The Salvation Army brass band 

journal. 
SEE Special songs. 

COLES, NEVIL. 
What makes the starlight? SEE 
Harris, Bernard. Dick Whittington. 

COLES, RICHARD THOMAS. 1915- 
You are so lovely to love. SEE 
Hibbeler, R. O. 



COLETTE. 
La perle egaree. 
Jean-Michel. 

COLEY, TOMMY. 
When I get rich; by Happy Wilson and 
Tommy Coley. [For voice and piano; 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 
21Apr50; EP45656. 

COLICCHIO, RALPH. 
The 3rd man theme. SEE Karas, 
Anton. The third man. 

COLLAZO, BOBBY. 
Estoy sentimental. SEE Rosa, Orlando 

de la. 
Llegaste tarde a mi vida; canci6n, letra, 
musica y arreglo de Bobby Collazo. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Rumbalero Music, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 23Mar50; 
EP46386. 
Por siempre te he de querer; bolero, 
letra y musica de Bobby Collazo. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] $0.35ctvs. ©Peer 
yCia., s.l., Habana; 28Dec49; EFO-2320. 

COLLEEN, HARALD. 

SEE Melodi Och Rytm. 

COLLEGIATE CHORALS; for male chorus, 
[arr. by Joseph Wood and others] 75? 
© on compilation, arrangement & new 
matter; Broadcast Music, inc. , New 
York; 7Jun49; EP43587. 

COLLERY, JULES SEMLER- SEE 
Semler-Collery, Jules, 1876- 

COLUER, ARTHUR. 
(Lady Audley's secret) Drink, drink, 
drink; composed by Arthur Collier, 
[from] the play Lady Audley's secret. 
[Words by Bill Summers fc Richard 
Baldwin] © Cecil Lennox, ltd. (in notice: 
Evans ft. Lowry), London; 17Mar50; EFO- 
3759. 

COLLIER, IAN. 
Our song; by Ralph Marston fc Ian Collier. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols; 
melody also in tonic sol-fa notation] l/- 
© Tonic Music Co. , London; 24Mar50; 
EFO-2840. 

COLLINS, BILLY, pseud . SEE 
Davis, Bertha R. 

COLLINS, BRUCE. 
Junior miss; words & music by Bruce 
Collins. © Bruce Collins, Los Angeles; 
29Dec49; EP43690. 



COLLINS, ROBERT, pseud . 
Ko Ins berg, Robert Fred, : 



SEE 
1928- 



COLLINS. VIRGINIA GRANT. 
Joyous Easter morning. SEE 
Lindeman, L. M. 

COLLINS, WALTER ROLAND. 1891- 
Panis angelicus. SEE Franck, C. A. 

COLLINS, WALTER STOWE, 1926- 
Round boogie; [by] W. S. C. [Words by] 
Arthur Loeb, [Score: SSAA] © Walter 
Stowe Collins, U; 14Dec49; EP43752. 

COLUSSON, W HOUSTON. 

Eileen Oge; or. The pride of Petravore; 
composed by W. Houston Collisson, 
arr. for piano accordion by Conway 
Graves. 2/- © on arrangement; Keith, 
ProwsefcCo., ltd., London; 26 May50; 
EF0-3216. 
The mountains o 1 Mourne; by Houston 
Collisson, arr. for piano accordion by 
Conway Graves. 2/- © on arrangement; 
Keith, Prowse fc Co. , ltd. , London; 
26May50; EFO-3217. 

COLOMBI. GIOVANNA. 1906- 
Cantar. SEE Olivieri. Dino. 



General Bum-bum! SEE Pulci, Luigi. 
La terza donna. SEE Olivieri, Dino. 

COLOMBI FERRARI. ORNELLA. 1914- 
Addormentarmi cosi. SEE Mascheroni, 
V. 

Dimmi, dimmi. SEE Bergamini. 
Federico. 

Mezzanotte. SEE Soffici, Piero. 
Sottobraccio. SEE Mascheroni, V. 

COLOMBO, JOSEPH, 1900- 
Almeria; de J. Colombo & L. Rostol 
[pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Editions L. 
Lunazzi, Paris; 24Apr50; EFO-3077. 

Dans les fleurs. dans les choux. dans 
les pommes. SEE Cahan, Jules. 

La lombarda; de J. Colombo & L. Lunazzi. 
[Parts: orchestra] © Editions L. Lunazzi, 
Paris; 24Apr50; EF0-3076. 

MalambO. SEE Cahan, Jules. 

Tendre melodie; Boston musette, accordeon 
ou piano, [by] Joseph Colombo. 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 3Jan50; 
EFO-1648. 

Tendre melodie; Bo'ston musette, musique 
de Joseph Colombo. (Nouvelle serie, 
Salabert succes, no. 4899) [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 7 Mar 50- 
EFO-2395. 

COLON, RAFAEL. 
Atardecer; bolero, letra y musica de 
Rafael Col6n, arreglo de Gregorio 
Rivas. [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words] © Rumbalero 
Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
15May50; EP46891. 

COLONNA, GIOVANNI PAOLO. 
Par to, o bella; [by] Giovanni Paolo 
Colonna, edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In_ 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 104-109) [Score: 2 voices and piano] 
© on harmonisation; Wllhelm Hansen, 
maeik-forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; 
EFO-2075. 

COLOSIMO, F 
Non m'ami piu'; canzone slow. Parole 
di G. Marano, musica di F. Colosimo. 
Roma, Di6niso. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 40ct49; EF0-1076. 

COLSON, BILLY, pseud . SEE 
Frigere, Guy, 190TT 

COLUCCI, ANTHONY B. , 1902- 
Riposa. SEE Biviano, Joseph. 

COLUM. PADRAIC, 1881- 
O men from the fields. SEE Thorp, Carl. 

COLUMBUS. CHARLES. 
The cherry bounce; words and music by 
Charles Columbus, [piano arrangement 
by Sy Van Home] © Charles Ross Music 
Co., inc.. New York; lMay50; EP47140. 

COLWELL, HILDA REN& 1917- 
* Preludes and voluntaries; for treble 
recorder solo, 1708, [edited by] Rene 
Colwell. (Edition Schott, 10113)2/6 
© on corrections & editorial additions^ 
Schott »; Co. , ltd. , London; 2 1 Apr 50; 
EFO-3396. 

Terzetto. SEE Hook, James. 

COMBES, ADOLPHE. 1899- 
Builanga. SEE Ribalta, Pedro. 
Cascabelera. SEE Padilla, Jose. 
Jazminera cordobesa. SEE Jofre 
de Villegas, Alfonso. 

Linda Mafa. SEE Rancurel, Eudore. 
Manouna. SEE Rancurel, Eudore. 
La pipeta. SEE Cadalen, Franck. 



49 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



COMDEN, BETTY. 1917- 
Count on me. SEE Edens, Roger. 

On the town. 
Main Street. SEE Edens. Roger. 

On the town. 
You're awful. SEE Edens, Roger. 

On the town. 

COMPANEEZ, JACQUES, pseud . SEE 
Kompaneizeff, Jacques. 

COMPERE. JACQUES. 1901- 
L'ange rouge. SEE Lopez, Francisco. 
Argentine. SEE Lopez, Francisco. 
L'ange rouge. 

COMTE, GEORGE R 
I went for a walk in Oconomowoc; novelty 
song, words and music by George R. 
Comte. © Beacon Music Co., Joe Davis, 
owner. New York; 13Feb50; EP44171. 

CONALD, L. , pseud . SEE 
Concina, CarfiT 

CONCINA, CARLO, 1900- 
Capriccio; beguine, testo di Rovani 
[pseud. ], musica di C. Concina. (Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Edizioni Leonardi, s. a. r. i. , 
Milano; 30Dec49 (in notice: 1950); 
EFO-3694. 
Chico Pacho; samba allegra, testo di 
Danpa [pseud. ], musica di C. Concina. 
© Edizioni Leonardi, s. a. r. 1. , Milano; 
30Dec49; EFO-3674. 
O Mama, Mama; samba, testo di Danpa 
[pseud. J, musica di L. Conald [pseud. ] 
(Serie Rossa films sonori, 444) (With 
Oliviero, Nino. Non conosci Nap oil) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Leonardi, 
s.a.r. 1., Milano; 250ct48 i EF15380. 

Mama, Mama! The Rancho Grandi song. 
Words by Charlie Chester, music by L. 
Conald [pseud. ], arr. by Ronald Binge. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Ascherberg, Hopwood &. Crew, ltd. , 
London; 13Dec49; EF0-1066. 

Primo amore; fox moderato, testo di 
Danpa [pseud. ], musica di C. Concina. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Casiroli, 
s.a. r. 1. . Milano; 30Dec49; EF0-3693. 

Rosso di sera; tango bolero, testo di 
Tito Manlio [pseud. ], musica di C. 
Concina. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Edizioni 
Casiroli. Milano; 30Dec49; EF0-3692. 

CONGIN. JOHN J 1916- 

Eleanor; lyric and music by John C origin. 
© John J. Congin; 27Aug47; EP43989. 
Appl. states pre v. reg. 13Aug47, 
EU88537. 

CONIGLIO, JOSEPH RICHARD. 
The fly. SEE Piantadosi, Al. 

CONLEY, LARRY. 

1 guess there's an end to everything; by 
Johnny Marks and Larry Coniey. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
©St. Nicholas Music, inc.. New York; 
27Jun50; EF15680. 

CONN, CHESTER. SEE 
Cohn, Chester. 

CONNACHER, WILLIAM P 
There's a new star over Texas; lyric by 
Mary Jean Shurtz, title by Lawrence 
Little, music by Bill Connacher, arr. 
by Harry Walton. © United Music, inc., 
Pittsburgh; lDec49; EP43264. 

CONNELLY, HARRY. 
A mother as lovely as you; adapted from 
the Maori folk melody Hoea ra, words 
and music by David Smith and Harry 
Connelly. © on adaptation; Southern 
Music Pub. Co. (A/Asia) pty. ltd. , 
Sydney; 28Dec49; EF0-1736. 
Sambaleeta. SEE Marcuse. Albrecht. 



CONNELLY, REG. 
The cachucha. SEE Bourtayre, Henri. 
Le roi. 

[CONNOR, JOSEPH PATRICK] 
Home is a little bit of heaven; words & 
music by Sam H. Stept & Pierre Norman 
[pseud.] © Harman Music, inc., New 
York; 17Feb50; EP44412 
A prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi; 
musical setting by Pierre Norman 
[pseud, and] S. Howard Stept. [For voice 
and piano] © Harman Music, inc.. New 
York; 14Mar50; EP45341. 

CONNOR. LUCILE SMITH, 1928- 
Charro days. SEE Potter, Annabelle. 

CONNOR. TOMMIE. 1904- 
All my homeland. SEE Gray, Allan. 
Boom ta-ra-ra polka. SEE 

Simpson, Jack. 
The cube dance; words & music by Tommie 
Connor [Arr. by Jack Ross] [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts, includes dance instructions] 
'; Tate & Lyle, ltd.. London; lDec49 
(in notice 1950); EFO-3740. 
Fandango. SEE Lopez, Francisco. 
Grandmother's wedding dress; words and 
music by Frank Petch [pseud. ] and 
Tommie Connor. © Francis. Day & 
Hunter, ltd. . London; lMay50; EFO-3411. 
I dream of Rio. SEE Mantovani, A. P. 
In God's good time. SEE Erard, Clive. 
Just an echo down the canyon. SEE 

Ewing, Montague. 
Just when my broken heart was mended; 
words [by] Michael Carr [pseud. ], 
music by Tommie Connor. 1/- 
© Campbell-Connelly, Inc. , London; 
4May50; EP46339. 
Lirulirull. SEE Beul, Artur. Der alte 

Orgelmann. 
My Christmas wish. SEE Johnston, 

Johnny. 
The rose I bring you. SEE Johnston, 

Johnny. 
Saturday night in Dublin. SEE 

Golden, Jack. 
Serenade. SEE Castigiioni, E. 

Komm mit mir. 
When the heather gleams like Stardust 

in the glen. SEE Grant, Martin. 
When there's love at home; words ano 
music by Tommie Connor. © Southern 
Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , London; 5Jan50; 
EFO-1133. 



CONRAD, CLIFF. 
Why do I always remember? 
Braverman, Sam. 



SEE 



Dober, Conrad 



pseud , 
KTTTl 



891-1938. 



CONRARDY, JEAN, 1905- 
Papiros. Cigarettes; fox -swing slave, 
musique de Jean Conrardy. [Parts: 
orchestra] © Editions musicales Jice\ 
Liege. Belgium; 20May50; EFO-3756. 

Raspa, raspa. Wij dansen de raspa; 
woorden: Jean Conrardy, Vlaamse tekst: 
Martin van Beers, muziek: Jean Conrardy. 
Nous dansons la raspa. [Parts^ orchestra; 
Flemish and French words] © Editions 
musicales Jice\ Liege, Belgium; 20May50; 
EFO-3755. 

CONSIGLIO. O 
La samba del galletto; samba, parole di 
Senco, musica di O. Conaiglio. Genova. 
Italy, Tempo. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 3Jan50; EF0-2623. 



CONST ANTINE, EDDIE, 1915- 
Am I a fool? SEE Metehen, Jacques. 
Be glad. SEE Steggerda, Johnny. 
By a campfire. SEE Steggerda, Johnny. 

If I could love only you. SEE 

Steggerda, Johnny. 
The loveliest time for lovin'. SEE 

Steggerda, Johnny. 
Maybe it will turn to love. SEE 

Steggerda, Johnny. 



CONTEFIOR-FERRARI. 
T'aspetto Ik. SEE Lepore. 



R. S. 



Micsunesco, Constantin 



pseud. 
l, 1913 



CONTET, HENRI ALEXANDRE, 1904- 
Les amours de septembre. SEE 

Mesnier, Paul. 
L'ange rouge. SEE Lopez, Francisco. 
Au devant de l'automne. SEE 

Hartusch, Mireille. 

C'est pas banal. SEE Magenta, Guy. 

La fin du bal. SEE Siniavine, Alexandre. 

Ma rue et moi. SEE Monnot, 

Marguerite. 
Pervenche. SEE Monnot, Marguerite. 

Puisque tu me reviens. SEE 

Burli, Angelo. 
Un simple mot. SEE Barelli, Aime. 
Terre tropicale. SEE Blumann, 

Warner. 

Le vent. SEE Siniavine, Alexandre. 

CONTI, 
Dichiarazione d'tmore; slow, parole 
di Agavi [pseud. ], musica di Conti. 
( With Buzzacchi, Igino. Stanotte 
saprai) [Piano-conductor score: 
orchestra, with words] © Italmusica, 
Milano; UanSO; EFO-2013. 

CONTI. G B 

Cubanita; rumba di G. B. Conti. Roma. 
Edizioni musical! A.I.D. A. ( With his 
Messlcana) [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Italian Book 
Co.; 30ct49; EF0-1086 

Frenetico boogie; boogie-woogie di G. B. 
Conti, arrang. dell'autore. Roma, 
Edizioni musicali A.I. D.A. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; EFO-1089. 

Mariolita. SEE Campori. 

Messlcana; rumba lenta o samba di G. B. 
Conti. Roma, Edizioni musicali A. I. D. A. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; 
EF0-1086. 

La paglietta di Chevalier. SEE 
Matassa, Renato. 

Piccola ribelle. SEE Frandi, L. 
La ribelle del sud. 

Tirolesina; mazurka, di G. B. Conti. 
Roma, Di6niso. ( With Frandi, L. (La 
ribelle del sud) Piccola ribelle) [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co.; 40ct49; EFO-1079. 

Vorrei poter . . . sognare; canzone slow, 
di G. B. Conti. Roma, Edizioni 
musicali A. I. D. A. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; EF0-1092. 

CONTRERAS, SILVIO. 
Cola 6 Pato; guaracha, de Silvio Contreras. 
[Parts: orchestra; with words] © Rum- 
balero Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
15Dec49; EP43363. 

Matasiete. SEE Forest, J. L. 



CONTURSI. G 
Guar da su; moderato swing, musica di G. 
Contursi. Roma, Edizioni musicali Peri. 
(With Vazzana, G. Autunno) [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 50ct49; EFO-1084. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



Stelle malinconiche; canzone slow. Parole 
di G. Masini, musica di G. Contursi. 
Roma, Di&niso. (With Colosimo, F. 
Non m'ami piu') ["Piano- conduct or score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 40ct49; EFO-1076. 

CONWAY, FRED. 
SEE Flap 'er sails. 

CONZ, BERNHARD, 1910- 
(Etudes, piano) Sieben Klavier-EtQden; 
im modernen Stil [by] Bernhard Conz. 
© Willy MMler, Sflddeutscher Musik- 
verlag, Heidelberg; 20Nov49; EFO-2950. 

COOK, FOREST LOGAN, 1893- 
No one's goin 1 to care about you; words 
and music by Forest Logan Cook. 
© Forest Logan Cook; 3Jan50; EP43272. 
Potawatomii Words and music by Forest 
Logan Cook. © Forest Logan Cook; 
20Jan50; EP43671. 

COOK. IDA. 

* We followed our stars. New York, Morrow. 

246 p. illus. © Ida Cook & Louise Cook; 

12Apr50; A42934. 

COOK. JAMES BALLOU. 1917- 
Finding list of vocal music; [by James 
Ballou Cook. Rev. ed. ] © on new 
material; James B. Cook, d.b. a. J. B. 
Cook & Co. , Rochester, N. H. ; 25Feb50; 
AA150383. 

COOK, LOUISE. 
We followed our stars. SEE Cook, Ida. 

COOKE, CHARLES. 

"•Die Freuden des Klavierspiels, ein Klavier- 
buch far Erwachsene mit 51 Notenbeispiel 
en. [1. Aufl. ] [Playing the piano for 
pleasure, translated by Thymiane Kaiser] 
223 p. © Origo Verlag, Zurich; 
20Nov49; AFO-1916. 

COOKE, JACK KENT, 1912- 
Funny about a dream; lyric by Bill Brady, 

music by Jack Cooke. © BMI Canada, 

ltd., Toronto; UunSO; EFO-3450. 
Love is gone; words and music by Jack 

Cooke. © BMI Canada, ltd. , Toronto; 

Uun50; EFO-3449. 

COOKE, LESLIE. 
Love sends a little gift of roses. 
SEE Openshaw, John. 

COOLEY, D C 

Mama and daddy broke my heart; words 
and music by Spade Cooley. © Hill & 
Range Songs, inc., Beverly Hills. Calif.; 
14Dec49; EP43362. 

COOPER. ESTHER. 
Enough; for voice and piano. Poem by 
Sara Teasdale, music by Esther Cooper. 
50C © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
3May50; EP46279. 

COOPER, IRVIN, 1900- 
Bornoff's Fun for fiddle fingers. 
SEE Bornoff, George. 

COOPER, JOE. 
Sugar throat Burns; lyric by Harry Ruby, 
music by Joe Cooper. © Edwin H. 
Morris & Co., inc.. New York; 17Apr50; 
EP45629. 

COOPER. W. OLIVER, 1885- 
Amazing grace. SEE Brumley, A. E. 
Gospel hit parade. SEE Arnold, R. S. 

Universal songs and hymns. SEE 
Brumley, A. E. 

COOPERSMITH, HARRY, 1902- 
♦The songs we sing: Companion volume; 
selected and edited by Harry Copper- 
smith. New York, United Synagogue 
Commission on Jewish Education. 
[Without music; words partly in English, 
partly in Hebrew with transliteration 
and translation] © United Synagogue of 
America; 27Mar50; AA147383. 



*The songs we sing; selected and edited by 
Harry Coopersmith, illus. by K. Oechali, 
[English summaries by D. Pessin] New 
York, United Synagogue Commission on 
Jewish Education. [Words partly in 
English, partly in Hebrew with transliter- 
ation and translation] © United Synagogue 
of America; 20Feb50; AA145784. 

COOPERSMITH. JACOB MAURICE, 1903- 
Sonata in D major for 2 clarinets and 
horn. SEE Handel, G. F. Sonata, 
2 clarinets & hunting horn. 

COOTS, JOHN FREDERICK. 
I still get a thrill thinking of you; words 
by Benny Davis, music by J. Fred Coots, 
[arr. by Domenico Savino] © on arrange- 
ment; Words & Music, inc. , New York; 
20Apr50; EP46908. 
Little Johnny Chickadee; words by Jack 
Winters, music by J. Fred Coots. 
© Mutual Music Society, inc. , New York; 
15May50; EP46695. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 6Apr50, EU199698. 
Little Sally One Shoe; words by Jack 
Winters, music by J. Fred Coots. 
© Mutual Music Society, inc. . New York; 
16Jun50; EP47439. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 20Apr50. EU201686. 

Me and my teddy bear; words by Jack 
Winters, music by J. Fred Coots. 
© Mutual Music Society, inc. , New York; 
7Apr50; EP45478. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 23Mar50; EU198297. 

COPE, MARGARET. 
Ever so happy that I fell in love; words 
and music by Margaret Cope, arr. by 
Arnold R. Nikl. © Margaret Cope, 
Los Angeles; 3Mar50; EP47326. 

COPELAND, PAUL WILLIAM, 1917- 
Never say love. SEE Smith, Robert. 

COPELL, PHILIP. 
Springtime; words by Bella Wooster, music 
by Phi Up Copell. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 26Jul49; EP46139. 

COPLAND, AARON, 1900- 

♦(Concerto, clarinet fc string orchestra) 
Concerto; for clarinet and string orches- 
tra with harp and piano, [by] Aaron 
Copland. [Score (clarinet and piano) and 
part] $2. 50 © Boosey & Hawkes, inc. , 
New York; 3Mar50; EP44728. 

♦Danzon cubano; [by] Aaron Copland. 
[Score: orchestra] $5 © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc.. New York; 28Dec49 (in 
notice: 1947); EP43352. 

♦(Rodeo) Hoe down; from Rodeo, [by] 

Aaron Copland, [arr. by Arthur Gold and 
Robert Fizdale] [Two scores for 2 
pianos] $1. 75 © on arrangement; 
Boosey & Hawkes, inc. , New York; 
10Feb50; EP44199. 

♦(Rodeo) Saturday night waltz; from Rodeo, 
[by] Aaron Copland, [arr. by Arthur Gold 
and Robert Fizdale] (With his (Rodeo) 
Hoe down) [Two scores for 2 pianos] 
$ 1. 75 © on arrangement; Boosey fc 
Hawkes, inc.. New York; 10Feb50 (in 
notice: 1949); EP44199. 

COQUATRDC, BRUNO, 1910- 
Count every star; words by Sammy 
Gallop, music by Bruno Coquatrix. 
© Paxton Music, inc.. New York- 
20Mar50; EP44910. 
(Les pieds nickeles) Bolero pour I'inconnu; 
Un monsieur, de l'operette Les pieds 
nickeles. Paroles de Marc Lanjean 
[pseud. ], musique de Bruno Coquatrix. 
[For voice and piano; and voice part, 
with chord symbols] © Editions Ray 
Ventura, Paris; 10Feb50; EFO-3087. 
(Les pieds nickeles) C'est nous qui somm's 
les pieds nickeles; de l'operette Les 
pieds nickel6s. Paroles de Marc Lanjean 
[pseud. ], musique de Bruno Coquatrix. 
[For voice and piano; and voice part, 
with chord symbols] © Editions Ray 
Ventura, Paris; 3lMar50; EFO-3088. 



(Les pieds nickeles) Des qu'il se passe 
quelque chose; de l'operette Les pieds 
nickeles. Paroles de Andr6 Hornez, 
musique de Bruno Coquatrix. [For voice 
and piano; and voice part, with chord 
symbols] © Editions Ray Ventura, Paris; 
31Mar50; EFO-3090. 

(Les pieds nickeles) Sur tous les chemins; 
de l'operette Les pieds nickeles. 
Paroles de Marc Lanjean [pseud. ], 
musique de Bruno Coquatrix. [For 
voice and piano; and voice part, with 
chord symbols] © Editions Ray Ventura, 
Paris; 10Feb50; EF0-3089. 

(Les pieds nickeles) T'es mon moineau; 
de l'operette Les pieds nickeles. 
Paroles de Marc Lanjean [pseud. ], 
musique de Bruno Coquatrix. [For voice 
and piano; and voice part, with chord 
symbols] © Editions Ray Ventura, Paris; 
10Feb50; EFO-3091. 

CORBMAN, LEE, 1909- 
Fingers in flight; keyboard harmony and 
velocity technic for piano, by Lee 
Corbman. 75 £ © on arrangements; The 
Willis Music Co., Cincinnati; HMay50; 
EP46615. 

CORCHIA, PRIMO. 
Le Bresii n'est pas ici; paroles de Guy 
Favereau, musique de Primo Corchia et 
Michel Garibaldi. © Les Nouvelles 
Editions Meridian, Paris; lMar50; 
EFO-2849. 

CORDAY, LEO, 1902- 
If you smile at the sun, the sun will 

smile at you. SEE Carr, Leon. 
There's no tomorrow. SEE Carr, 
Leon. 

CORDOBA, LOLITA. 
Love can be gay; by Lolita Cordoba. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols; 
melody also in tonic sol-fa notation] 
1/- © The Peter Maurice Music Co. , ltd. , 
London; 9Dec49; EFO-1232. 

CORELLI, ARCANGELO, 1653-1713. 
Gavotte and gigue; [by] Corelli, [arr. by 
Quinto Maganini] for flute, oboe, clarinet 
and bassoon. New York, Edition Musicus. 
[Score and parts] $1 © on arrangement; 
Quinto Maganini; 5Apr50; EP46312, 
Gavotte and gigue; [by] Corelli, [arr. by 
Quinto Maganini] for string orchestra. 
New York, Edition Musicus. [Score 
and parts] $ 1 © on arrangement; Quinto 
Maganini; 5Apr50; EP46313. 

CORES, ALEXANDER. 
To sleep, to dream; lyric by Dick Linden 
[pseud. ], adaptation by Alexander Cores. 
© Kelton, inc., New York; 17Feb50- 
EP44201. 



CORNELL, 
Non sei tu; tango di Cornell, con testi 
originaii di Salvatore Glorioso. Roma, 
Edizioni A. I. D. A. ( With Bianco. Per 
vederti felice) [Piano^conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 3Oct40; EF0-1090. 



CORNELL, HERBERT, 
Cohn, Walter Herbert. 



SEE 



CORNELL, J 
Sola. Leave me alone. Musica di J. 
Cornell, parole di S. da Rovere. Roma, 
Casa editrice musicaie Peri. [Melody 
and chord symbols, with Italian words] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 50ct49; EFO-1091. 

CORNELL. LELAND. 
O leave your sheep. SEE Fuller, E. M. 



CORNFORD, FRANCES. 
O why do you walk? SEE Hageman, 
Richard. 



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CORNISH. WILLIAM, Jr. 
Two part- songs; by William Cornish, Jr. . 
edited for soprano alto and tenor or 
baritone, by Becket Williams. (The 
Fayrfax series nos. 3 4 4) [With piano 
reduction) 4d. © on editing, arranging 4 
reconstruction; Stainer 4 Bell, ltd. , 
London; 7Nov49; EFO-2377. 

CORNU, RICHARD, 1923- 
Pourquoi done m'aimes tu? SEE 
Legrand, Dominique. 

CORNWELL. ARDON. 
Concerto Americana. SEE Kasschau, 
Howard. 

CORONADO, JES6S. 
Lucerito de abril; letra y music a de Jesus 
Coronado. © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musics, s. a. , Mexico; 
27Feb50; EFO-1939. 

CORRETTE. MICHEL, 1706 or 7-1795. 

Airs; pour flute et clavier. Tor] violon 
ou hautbois et clavier, choisis et 
realises par Guy Lambert. (Musiques 
francaises, 1) [Score and part] 
© Edouard Richli, Editions du Steele 
musical. Geneve; 15Dec48; EF 15203. 

NoBl allemand. Lobt Gott ifiFallzugleich. 
5 me concerto pour la flute ou violon avec 
la basse continue, ou flute (ou violon) 
solo, 2d violon, 3e violon et cello ad lib. , 
et clavier, [by] Michel Corrette. 
Restitue et realise par Guy- Lambert. 
(Musiques francaises, 10) [Score and 
parts] © Edouard Richli, Editions du 
siecie musical, Geneve; 15Dec49; 
EFO-2991. 

CORRIN, RICHARD. 
As I go on my way. SEE Wood, Haydn. 
Song of a thankful heart. SEE 
Wood, Haydn. 

CORTAZAR. ERNESTO M. 
Depende de ti. SEE Aviles, Hernando. 

CORTfiS, QUmiNOF. MENDOZA Y. SEE 
Mendosa y Cortes, Quirino F. 

CORTESI, PAOLO, pseud . SEE 
Mantovani, Annum io Paolo. 

CORTOT, ALFRED, 1877- 
Au bord d'une source. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Annees de pelerinage. 

1. annee. 
Benediction de Dieu dans la solitude. 

SEE Liszt, Franz. Harmonies 

po6tiques et religieuses. 
Concerto. SEE Bach, J. S. 

Concerto, harpsichord. 
Consolations. SEE Liszt, Franz. 
Deux legendes. SEE Liszt, Franz. 
Deuxieme ballade. SEE Liszt, Franz. 

Ballade, piano, no. 2. 
Deuxieme polonaise. SEE Liszt, Franz. 

Polonaise, piano, no. 2. 
Deuxieme rapsodie hongroise. 

SEE Liszt, Franz. Rhapsodie 

hongroise, piano, no. 2. 
Deuxieme sonate en sol mineur. SEE 

Schumann, R. A. Sonata, piano, no. 2. 
Dixieme rapsodie hongroise. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Rhapsodie hongroise, 

piano, no. 10. 
Douzi6me rapsodie hongroise. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Rhapsodie hongroise, 

piano, no. 12. 
Fantaisie et fugue sur le nom de Bach. 

SEE Liszt, Franz. 
Fantaisie sur Don Juan. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Reminiscences de 

Don Juan. 

Funeraiiles. SEE Liszt, Franz. 

Neuvieme rapsodie hongroise. SEE 
Liszt, Franz. Rhapsodie hongroise, 
piano, no. 9. 



Onzieme rapsodie hongroise. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Rhapsodie hongroise, 

piano, no. 11. 
Six etudes d'apres Paganini. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Grandes etudes de 
Paganini. 
Sixieme rapsodie hongroise. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Rhapsodie hongroise, 

piano, no. 6. 
Treizieme rapsodie hongroise. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Rhapsodie hongroise, 

piano, no. 13. 
Trois caprices poetiques. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. 
Venezia e Napoli. SEE Liszt, Franz. 

COSLOW, SAM. 
Midnight music; music and lyrics by 

Sam Coslow. © Martin Music Co. , 

Hollywood, Calif. ; 30Dec49; EP43869. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 14Mar49, 

EU160513. 
(Murder at the Vanities) Cocktails for two; 

by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow, arr. 

by Alfred Mayer. [For accordion] 50£ 

© on arrangement; Famous Music Corp. , 

New York; 14Apr50; EP45669. 
(Murder at the Vanities) Cocktails for 

two; by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow. 

Simplified accordion arrangement by 

Alfred Mayer. 35? © on arrangement; 

Famous Music Corp. , New York; 

9Mar50; EP45758. 

COSME, LUIZ, 1908- 
Cancto do tio Barnabe'; [by] L. Cosme. 
Montevideo, Editorial Cooperativa Inter- 
americana de Com posit ores. (Publica- 
cidn, n. 18) [For piano] © Instituto 
Interamericano de Musicologfa; 15Dec43; 
EF15035. 

COSTANZO, RALPH. 
Babs; words 4 music by Ralph Costanzo, 
arr. by Frank Young. © Sherwood 
Music Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 18Nov48; 
EP46650. 

COSTE, MARIUS, 1908- 
La raspa de papa. SEE Ledru, 
Jacques. 

COSTE, PAUL, 1878- 
Ballet. SEE Bastide, Paul. La 

divine epopee. 
La divine epopee. SEE Bastide, Paul. 

COSTELEY. 
Mignonne allons voir si la rose; [by] 
Costeley, arrangement pour 3 voix 
egales par Marguerite Henault. [Score: 
SSA] © on arrangement; Durand 4 cie. 
Paris; 21Feb49; EF15096. 

COTT, TED, 1917- 
Happy feet. SEE Ross, Roy. 
Miles ahead. SEE Ross, Roy. 

COTT AVE, HENRI ETIENNE. 
God keep America free; words by Blanche 
M. Smith Elrod and Paul Jacques 
Bernard, music by Henri Etienne 
Cottave. Los Angeles, Words and Music 
Publications. © Blanche M. Smith Elrod, 
Paul Jacques Bernard 4 Henri Etienne 
Cottave; 17Feb50; EP46741. 

COTTON, BILLY. SEE 
Cotton, William Edward, 1899- 

COTTON, CAROLINA. 
Boo hoo blues; by Carolina Cotton. [For 
voice and piano, with guitar diagrams 
and chord symbols] © Acuff-Rose 
Publications, Nashville; 15May50; 
EP48564. 

COTTON, DORIS W. 
Daddy. SEE Cotton, V. L. 

COTTON, VIRGIL L 
Daddy; music by Virgil L. Cotton, words 
by Doris W. Cotton. © Virgil L. Cotton; 
12Jun50; EP47284. 



COTTON, WILLIAM EDWARD, 1899- 
Wakey, wakey; by Leo Towers [pseud. ] 
and Billy Cotton. [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols; melody also in tonic 
sol-fa notation] © Rex Music, ltd. , 
London; Uan50; EFO-2222. 

COULON. JEAN PIERRE. 1881- 
Bongo bolero. SEE Luino, Salvero, 1908- 
La marchande d'olives. SEE Ruiz 

de Azagra, Jose. 
Montparnasse. SEE Deambrogio, Juan. 
No no no no. SEE Fuentes, Luis. 
La rumba dans tes bras. SEE 

Deant, Pedro. 
Tchantzou. SEE Bastien, Andre. 

COUPERIN. FRANfOIfl. 1888-1733. 
' (Les gouts rsunls ou nouveaux concerts) 
Dixieme concert; [from] Les sonts 
reunls ou nouveaux concerts, k 1' usage 
de toutes les sortes d' instruments de 
musique, [by] Francois Couperin, in- 
struments' par Fernand Oubradous. 
[Score: (2 flutes, oboe, English horn, 
trumpet, 2 bassoons and harpsichord) 
and parts] €> on arrangement; Georges 
Delrieu et cle, Paris; 15 May 50; 
EFO-3783. 

COURAUD, MARCEL, 1912- 
Cahiers de polyphonie vocale: Chants de 
printemps; [by] Marcel Couraud. 
© Rouart, Lerolle 4 cie, tfdlteurs, 
Paris; ser. A, 2. cahier. 21Dec49; 
EFO-1590. 

COUSINS, MAJOR THOMAS, 1914- 
Glorious everlasting; an anthem for mixed 
voices by M. Thomas Cousins. (North 
Carolina choral series, no. 504) [With 
piano ace. ] © Major Thomas Cousins; 
7Mar50; EP44877. 
Hymn to the sublime; for chorus, brass 
and percussion, by M. Thomas Cousins, 
words from London hymn [by] J. Addison. 
[Score] © M. Thomas Cousins; 15May50; 
EP47156. 
Sanctus; a call to worship [by] M. Thomas 
Cousins. (North Carolina choral series, 
no. 504) (With his Glorious everlasting) 
[Score: chorus (SSAATTBB) and piano 
reduction] © Major Thomas Cousins; 
7Mar50; EP44878. 

COVENTRY, F W 

Nocturne -romance; for piano, by F. W. 
Coventry. London, Curwen; New York, G. 
Schirmer, sole agents for U. S. A. 
(Curwen edition, 99109) 2s. 6d © F. W. 
Coventry; 10May50; EFO-3152. 

COWAN, IRA H 
Darling, when we meet; words and music by 
Ira H. Cowan. © Nor dyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood, Calif. ; 6Sep49; EP46539. 

COWARD, NOEL PIERCE, 1899- 
(Ace of clubs) Chase me, Charlie; (from 
Ace of clubs, a musical play by Noel 
Coward. [For voice and piano] 2/- 
© Chappell 4 Co. , ltd. , London; 
23May50; EFO-3404. 

(Ace of clubs) In a boat on a lake with my 
darling; from Ace of clubs, words and 
music by Noel Coward. 2/ © Chappell 
4 Co., ltd.. London; 8Jun50; EFO-3748. 

(Ace of clubs) My kind of man; [from] Ace 
of clubs, a musical play by Noel Coward. 
[For voice and piano] 2/- © Chappell 4 
Co.. ltd.. London; 12May50; EF0-3275. 

(Ace of clubs) Nothing can last for ever; 
[from] Ace of clubs, a musical play by 
Noel Coward. [For voice and piano) 
2/- © Chappell 4 Co., ltd., London; 
12May50; EFO-3277. 

(Ace of clubs) Sail away; [from] Ace of 
clubs, a musical play by Noel Coward. 
[For voice and piano] 2/- © Chappell 4 
Co., ltd., London; 12May5'; EFO-3276. 



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(Ace of clubs) This could be true; [fro ml 

Ace of clubs, a musical play by Noel 

Coward. [For voice and piano] 2/- 

© Chappell & Co. , ltd. , London; 

12May50; EFO-3278. 
(The astonished heart) Symphonic suite 

from The astonished heart, by Noel 

Coward. [For piano] 4/- © Chappell fc 

Co., ltd., London; 23Feb50; EFO-1 972. 
(Bitter sweet) Zigeuner; [from Bitter 

sweet, by] Noel Coward, paraphrased 

by Joseph Wood. 60£ © on arrangement; 

Harms, inc. ; New York; 28Apr50; 

EP46244. 
Chase me, Charlie. SEE HIS 

Ace of clubs. 
In a boat on a lake. SEE HIS 

Ace of clubs. 
My kind of man. SEE HIS 

Ace of clubs. 
Nothing can last for ever. SEE HIS 

Ace of clubs. 
Sail away. SEE HIS 

Ace of clubs. 
Symphonic suite. SEE HIS 

The astonished heart. 
This could be true. SEE HIS 

Ace of clubs. 
Zigeuner. SEE HIS 

Bitter sweet. 

COWELL, CHARLES. 
Choral prelude on Windsor; [Jesu, our 
Lenten fast of Thee] by Charles Co well. 
(St. Cecilia series of compositions for 
the organ, no. 756) 75? © The H. W. 
Gray Co., inc.. New York; 10Jan50; 
EP43603. 

COWELL, HENRY, 1897- 
Ballad of the two mothers; [by] Henry 
Cowell, for mixed chorus, S.S. A. T.B.B. , 
a cappella. [Words by Elizabeth Harold] 
[With piano reduction] 20£ © Peer 
International Corp. , New York; 31Jan50; 
EP44751. 
♦A curse and a blessing; [by] Henry 
Cowell, for band. [Condensed score 
and parts] $5 © Peer International 
Corp. , New York; 2Mar50; EP45401. 

♦Two-bits; [by] Henry Cowell. [Score 

(flute and piano) and part] © The Cundy- 
BettoneyCo., inc., Boston; lDec49; 
EP43765. 

CGK, DESMOND. SEE 
Keuleman, Adrian, 1903- 

CCYNE, JOAN ALICE. 
Shoot if you must. SEE Dingle, D. H. 

COZZIANI, ALVERIO. 
Io e la pizza; moderato swing, parole di 
Maifatti-Cozziani, musica di A. Cozziani. 
[Piano- conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edlsionl Suvini 
Zerbonl, Milano; 12Dec49 (in notice: 
1950); EFO-2701. 

COZZO, A 
A cuore a cuore; canzone slow. Testo di C. 
dell a Gatta, mtisica ed arrang. di A. 
Cozzo (Zorad) Napoli, Edizioni musical! 
M. Angioino. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edward Rossi; 19Feb50; EFO-2324. 



, pseud. 
g Edward 



Dandy, Irving Edward, 1892- 

CRAIG. FRANCIS. 
In my dreams; words and music by Sunny 
Clapp and Francis Craig. © Franklin 
Music, inc., Nashville; 12Jun50; 
EP47181. 
It was Easter I remember; words and music 
by Francis Craig. © Bregman, Vocco k 
Conn, inc. , New York; 5May50; 
EP46236. 
You; lyric by Sunny Clapp. music by 

Francis Craig. © Franklin Music, inc. , 
Nashville; 12JunS0; EP47162. 



CRAIG, LANY. 
After my laughter. SEE Joseffer, Any a. 

CRAIG, LARRY. 
I'll be ever at your side. SEE 
Joseffer, Anya. 

CRAIG, MICHAEL, pseud . SEE 
Belknap, John Curtts, 1811- 

CRAM. 

Quando Marianna balla la samba. 
SEE Ortuso, Michele. 

CRAMER. HEINZ VON. 
Preussisches Mire hen. SEE Blacher. 
Boris. 

CRAMER. JOHANN BAPTIST, 1771-1858. 
Cinquante studi; [by] J. B. Cramer, dai 60 
studi per pianoforte, trascrizione di 
Luigi Oreste Anzaghi. [For accordion] 
© on arrangement; G. Ricordi & Co. , 
Milano; 14Nov49; EFO-2924. 

CRAMER, WESTLEY EUGENE 
Give me heaven and you; words and music 
by Wes Cramer. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug49; EP46187. 

CRANE, JIM. 
In the garden of love; words by Mary 
Leonhardt, music by Jim Crane. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
2Dec49; EP45814. 

[CRAPS, ERNEST] 1903- 

Bruxelles, paroles & musique Claude Alix 
[pseud. ] & David Bee [pseud. ] © Top 
Music Co. Brussels; 10ct40, EFO-1161. 

La cnanson de grand-pere, paroles & 
musique: Claude Alix [pseud, and] David 
Bee [pseud. ] © Top Music Co. , Brussels, 
10ct49; EFO-1160 

L'impr6sario et la vedette; paroles & 
musique: Claude Alix [pseud. ] et David 
Bee [pseud. ] © World Music Co. , 
Bruxeiles; 10ct49; EFO-1158. 

Julie. SEE Logist, Louis. 

Ran plan plan; la samba des petits soldats 
de bo is, paroles & musique: Claude Alix 
[pseud. ] et David Bee [pseud. ] © World 
Music Co., Bruxeiles; 10ct49; EFO-1159. 

Son p'tit bonhornme de ch'min; paroles & 
musiqu°. Claude Alix [pseud ] & David 
Bee [pseud. J © Top Music Co. , Brussels; 
!Oct49; EF0-1162. 



CRAWFORD. PERCY BARTIMUS. 1902- 
Radio requests. SEE Crawford, R. D. 



CRAWFORD, RUTH. 
When the years roll by for me. 
Goldstein, Bernard. 



SEE 



1915- 



CRAWFORD, RUTHD 
comp. 
Radio requests; compiled by Ruth D. 

Crawford and Percy B. Crawford. 

Wheaton, 111. , Van Kampen Press. 

[Principally close score: SATB] 40£ 

© Rev. Percy B. Crawford; no. 2, 

4Apr50; EP45692. 

CRAWFORD. THOMAS J 
Scherzo for the flutes; organ solo, [by] 
Thomas J. Crawford. 2/- © Bosworth 
fcCo.. ltd., London; 15Jun49; EF15293. 



CRAXTON, HAROLD. 
Tempo di gavotta. SEE Boyce, 
William. Trio-sonata, violins ± 
continuo, no. 12. 

CRAYEMS . EL1AS. 

Corazdn cobarde; corrido, letra y musica 
de Elias Crayem S. © Editorial Mexi- 
cana de Musica Internacional, s. a. , 
Mexico; 22Dec48; EF14925. 



CREMONINI, CARLO, 1910- 
Tacere; slow, parole di Plnchi [pseud. ]. 
musica di C. Cremonini, arrangiamentl 
di A. Brigada. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni sette note, Milano; 28Feb50; 
EFO-3147. 

CRESPO. CARLOS. 
Un coraz6n; bolero, letra y musica de 
Carlos Crespo. © Editorial Mexicana de 
Musica Internacional, s: a. , Mexico; 
12Apr50; EF0-3300. 

CRESTON, PAUL. 
SEE U. S. A. Compositions for piano 
by contemporary American composers. 

CRETSINGER, ALMYR, 1879- 
Rock me to sleep. Mother; ballad for 
Mother's Day, poem by Elizabeth Allan, 
music by Almyr Cretsinger, arr. by 
Arnold R. Nikl. © Almyr Cretsinger; 
12Nov49; EP43685. 

CRIGGER, HARRY G. 
SEE Flap 'er sails. 

CRISSMAN. FLORENCE NORMAND. 
Sugar-coated lies; words and music by 
Florence Crissman. © Go day Music 
Corp., New York; 24Jan50; EP44825. 

CRIST, BAINBRIDGE, 1883- 
Christ, the only Light; S. A. T. B. [By] 
Bainbridge Crist, [words by] Charles 
Wesley. (Elkan-Vogel choral series, 
1064) [With piano reduction] 181 
© Elkan-Vogel Co. , inc. . Philadelphia; 
20Mar50; EP45228. 
St. Francis' prayer; for a cappella chorus 
of mixed voices, [by] Bainbridge Crist. 
20* © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 
17Mar50; EP45134. 

CRISTOFARO, ALB. DE. 
SEE Piedigrotta [Mario] 



CROCKER, AL. 
Watch your step. 
Borney. 



SEE Bergantine, 



CROFTS, JOSEPH M 1886- 

(Isle of destiny) Nocturne; from Isle of 
destiny (Innisfdil) by Joseph M. Crofts, 
[arr. by Arthur Sandford] London, Box & 
Cox. [For piano] 2/- © Walton's Piano 
and Musical Instrument Galleries 
(Publication Dept.), ltd.; 10Mar49; 
EF15386. 

CROLY. GEORGE. 
Spirit of God. SEE Scarborough, 

Duncan. 
Spirit of God, descend upon my heart. 

SEE Atkinson, F. C. 

CRONHAM, CHARLES RAYMOND. 1896- 
Meditation. SEE Massenet, J. E. F. 
Thafs. 

The palms. SEE Faure, J. B. 
Les rameaux. 

CROOKE. SIDNEY SIMON. 1899- 
Masks and faces; overture by Sidney 
Crooke. [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] 10/ © Arcadia Music 
Pub. Co. , ltd. . London; 8Dec49; 
EFO-2970. 

[CROOM-JOHNSON, AUSTEN HERBERT] 
1909 or 10- 

Just for old times; words and music by 
Joseph McCarthy, Jr. [and] Ginger 
Johnson [pseud. J © Valando Music Corp. , 
New York; 3Jan50; EP43653. 

CROSBY. FANNY. 
Open the gates of the temple. SEE 
Knapp, Mrs . J. F. 



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CROSS, SYLVESTER LONG. 
That grand old dad. SEE Weaver, B. S. 

CROSSMAN, ARTHUR GORDON. 1920- 
141 tell you something; words and music 
by Art. Crossman. © Arthur Gordon 
Crossman (Crossman Publications), 
Tulsa, Okla. ; 15Apr50; EP45575. 
Union Pacific Frisco or L. A. train; words 
and music by Art. Crossman. © Arthur 
Gordon Crossman; 20Mar50; EP45435. 

CROSSMAN, GERALD, 1920- 
Tango bolero. SEE Llossas, Juan. 

CROUCH, RUSSELL B 
There's a sweetheart somewhere for me; 
words and music by Russell B. Crouch. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
260ct49; EP46527. 

CROUDSON, HENRY, 1898- 
Jack and Jill; a miniature overture [by] 
Henry Croudson. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Bosworth 
& Co., ltd., London; lNov49; EFO-2277. 
Romance in Rio; tango serenade [by] 
Henry Croudson, arr. by the composer. 
[Piano-conductor score: orchestra] 
© Liber -Southern, ltd., London; 
12Apr50; EF0-3664. 

CROWE, BONITA. 
Gypsy music; S. S. A. Words by Lida W. 
Turner, music by Bonita Crowe. ( The 
dominant series of modern part songs, 
1045) [With piano ace. ] 20C © Michael 
Keane, inc.. New York; 3Apr50 (in 
notice: 1948); EP45313. 

CROWLEY, FRANCES PATRICK, 1900- 
Piano sales manual. SEE French 

(Jesse) & Sons, Elkhart, Ind. 

Your piano guide. SEE French 

(Jesse) fit Sons, Elkhart, Ind. 

CROZIER, ERIC. 
Aria. SEE Britten, Benjamin. The 

little sweep. 
Coaching song. SEE Britten, Benjamin. 

The little sweep. 
Duet. SEE Britten, Benjamin. The 

little sweep. 
Ensemble. SEE Britten, Benjamin. The 

little sweep. 
Finale. SEE Britten, Benjamin. The 

little sweep. 
Hide and seek. SEE Britten, Benjamin. 

The little sweep. 
The little sweep. SEE Britten, 

Benjamin. 
Marching song. SEE Britten, Benjamin. 

The little sweep. 
The night song. SEE Britten, Benjamin. 

The little sweep. 
Pantomime and scena. SEE Britten, 

Benjamin. The little sweep. 

Quartet. SEE Britten, Benjamin. The 
little sweep. 

Sammy's bath. SEE Britten. Benjamin. 
The little sweep. 

Shanty. SEE Britten, Benjamin. The 
little sweep. 

The sweep's song. SEE Britten, 
Benjamin. The little sweep. 

Trio. SEE Britten, Benjamin. The little 
sweep. 

Trio and ensemble. SEE Britten, Benjamin. 
The little sweep. 

CRUGER, JOHANN, 1598-1662. 
Now thank we all our God; for SAB. 
[By] Johann Cruger, arr by Walter 
Goodell, [words by] M. Rinkart 
(Selected choral series, no 46, 103) 
[With piano ace ] 16£ © on arrangement; 
The Raymond A Hoffman Co. , Chicago; 
6Jan50, EP43759 



Now thank we all our God; for two-part 
chorus of male voices. [By] Johann 
Cruger, arr by Lilburne Hoffman, 
[words by] M. Rinkart, (Selected choral 
series, no. 44,101) [With piano ace ] 
16C © on arrangement; The Raymond A. 
Hoffman Co., Chicago; 6Jan50, EP43758. 

Now thank we all our God; S A. T. B. [By] 
Johann Cruger, arr. by Walter Goodell, 
[words by] M. Rinkart. (Selected choral 
series, no. 46, 325) [With optional piano 
ace. ] 16£ © on arrangement; The Raymond 
A. Hoffman Co. , Chicago; 6Jan50- 
EP43760. 

CRUICKSHANK. PAULINE. 
A wistful paper doll; piano solo by Pauline 
Cruickshank. 40? © Clayton F. Summy 
Co., Chicago; 20Mar50; EP45066. 

CRUIKSHANK, GEORGE L. 
The gondoliers. SEE Sullivan, Sir 

A. S. 
Iolanthe. SEE Sullivan, Sir_ A. S. 

The Mikado. SEE Sullivan, Sir 

A. S. 
Patience. SEE Sullivan, Sir A. S. 

The pirates of Penzance. SEE Sullivan, 
Sir A. S. 

CRUM, J. M. C. 
How the green blade riseth. SEE 

Saxton, S. E. 
Love is come again. SEE Scott, T. J. 

CRUSSARD, CLAUDE, _d. 1946. 
Sonate. SEE Telemann, G. P. Sonata, 

flute, violin, viola fit continue 
Sonate en ut majeur. SEE Bach, J. S. 
Sonata. 2 violins & continuo. 

CRUTCHFIELD, NORMA CHARLOTTE, 
1925- 

The mem'ries of a countless throng; alma 
mater song of Orangeburg High School, 
[by] Norma and Robert Crutchfield, 
[words by] Robert Crutchfield. [Score: 
chorus (SATB on 2 staffs) and piano] 15? 
© Robert Salley Crutchfield; 13Apr50; 
EP45518 

CRUTCHFIELD, ROBERT SALLEY, 
1932- 

The mem'ries of a countless throng. 
SEE Crutchfield, N. C. 

CRUY, pseud. SEE 
Cruyplandt, Maria, 1914- 

[CRUYPLANDT, MARIA] 1914- 
Jose; tango, musique de Cruy [pseud, and] 
Straal [pseud. ] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Editions musi- 
cales bruxelloises, Brussels; 3Jan50; 
EF0-1244. 
Mina; tango, musique de Cruy [pseud, and] 
Straal [pseud. ] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Editions musi- 
cales bruxelloises, Brussels; 3Jan50; 
EFO-1243. 



CRUZ ARTIGAS, HUGO. 
Pero dame tu querer; bolero-maznbo, letra 
y milsica de Hugo Cruz Artigas, arr. de 
Be bo Valdes. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $0.50 
© Peer y Compaflia, s.l. , Habana; 
28Dec49; EFO-3293. 

CRYER, CLARENCE EDWARD. 
No mail from a female. SEE 

Gregory, Bobby. 
One year too late. SEE Hall, David. 

CRYSTALLIS. K. . 1868-1894. 
Cinq melodies grecques. SEE 
Petridis, P J. 

Deux poemes. SEE Poniridy, Georges. 



LOS CUATES CASTILLA (Musicians) 
Cuando ya no me quieras; bolero, letra 
y musica de Los cuates Castilia. 
[Mexico] Promotora Hispano Americana 
de Musica. © Peer International Corp. ; 
27Apr50; EFO-3698. 

CUGARO, GEORGES, pseud . SEE 
Leader, Harry. 

CUMMINGS. EDWARD ESTLIN. 1894- 
All in green went my love riding. SEE 

Diamond, D. L. 
The glory is fallen out of the sky. SEE 

Diamond, D. L. 
Six songs. SEE Bergsma, W. L. 

CUMMINGS. KATHRYN. 
The green and silver bowl. SEE 
Coburn, W. B. 

CUMMINS, PATRICK THOMAS. 1880- 
Altar echoes. SEE Kestel, E. G. 



CUNHA, SONNY. 
My Honolulu hula girl; words and music by 
Sonny Cunha, arr. by [Betty B. Glynn of] 
the Oahu Staff. (Oahu diagram method 
for Hawaiian guitar, [lesson] 75B) © on 
arrangement; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
19Dec49; EP44041. 

CUNNINGHAM, A FRASER, 1881- 

The Holy Child; a Christmas inspiration, 
[lyric by M. L. Neima, music by A. F. 
Cunningham] © Michael Louis Neima- 
26jan48; EF15181. 

CUNNINGHAM, PAUL. 
Hymn of the hills. SEE Burke, Joe. 
I do better up in the mountains than I 
do down by the sea. SEE Stept, S. H. 

CUNOW, BROR, 1888- 
August moon, SEE Bradley, W. E. 

C URIEL, FEDERICO. 

Hoy me quiero emborrachar; cancidn 
rancher a, letra y milsica de Federico 
Curiel. © Editorial Mexicans de Milsica 
Inter nacional, s.a. , Mexico; 27Dec49; 
EFO-2725. 

Martfn Corona; corrido, letra y milsica 
de Federico Curiel. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Milsica Inter nacional, s.a. , 
Mexico; 27Dec49; EFO-2722. 

El pichirilo; [corrido, letra y musica] de 
Federico Curiel. ( With his El solter6n) 
© Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter - 
nacional. s.a., Mexico; 30Dec49; 
EF0-3507. 

El solter6n; [corrido, letra y musica] de 
Federico Curiel. © Editorial Mexicana de 
Musica lnternacional, s.a., Mexico; 
30Dec49; EF0-3505. 

CURIEL, GONZALO, 1904- 
(Canas al aire) Cocktail; blues, de la 
pelfcula Canas al aire, letra y milsica de 
Gonzalo Curiel. Orquestacion de Sergio 
Guerrero. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Milsica, s.a., Mexico; 12Apr50; 
EFO-2718. 
(Hipoiito el de Santa) Esperanza; beguine, 
de la pelfcula Hipdlito el de Santa. 
Letra y musica de Gonzalo Curiel, 
orquestacidn de Sergio Guerrero. 
[Piano -conductor score: orchestra; with 
words] © Promotora Hispano American* 
de Musica. s.a., Mexico; 13Mar50; 
EF0-2308. 
(El miedo Ueg6 a Jalisco) Viejas culpas; 
beguine, letra y musica de Gonzalo 
Curiel, orquestacidn de Sergio Guerrero. 
De la pelfcula: El miedo Ueg6 a Jalisco. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words) © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Musica, s. a. , Mexico; 
12Apr50; EFO-2737. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



Sonar no cuesta nada. SEE 
Figueroa, Otilia. 

Traicionera. Je sals Men pourquoi je 
I'aime. Paroles francaises de Jacques 
Larue [pseud. ], paroles espagnoles de 
Gonxalo Curiel, musique de Gonzalo 
Curiel. © on French lyrics; Soci6te 
d' edit ions musicaies Internationales, 
Parts; 28Dec40; EFO-2296. 

CURRAN, EDWARD LODGE. 
O salutaris; by Edward Lodge Curran. 
(Close score: chorus (SATB)] © Rev. 
Edward Lodge Curran; 22Dec49; 
EP43670. 

CURRY. R. DONALD. 
How lovely is Thy dwelling-place. 
SEE Brahms, Johannes. 

CURRY, W LAWRENCE. 

Psalm 150; by W. Lawrence Curry. 
Obbligato parts for two trumpets and 
two trombones. $1 © H. W. Gray Co., 
inc.. New York; 20Jan50; EP43971. 
Psalm 150; festival anthem for mixed 
voices with junior choir ad lib. by W. 
Lawrence Curry. (With organ ace. J 20£ 
© H. W. Gray Co., inc.. New York; 
20Jan50; EP43970. 

CURTIS. ERNESTO DE. 
(Torna a Surriento) Come back to Sorrento. 
Torna a Sorriento. BvE. de Curtis, solo 
for piano accordion, [arr. by J. Peppino] 
© on arrangement; Onofrio Di Bella, New 
York; 250ct49; EP46874. 



CURTIS. 
Curtis. 



KING. SEE 
Memphis Evans. 



CURTIS. LOUIS WOODSON, 1885- 
The American singer. SEE 

Beattie, J. W. 
Guide and accompaniments to The 

American singer. SEE Beattie, J. W. 

The American singer. 

CURTIS. MANN, pseud . SEE 
Kurtz, Emanuel, 1911- 

CURTIS, MEMPHIS EVANS. 
Such is my love for you; words and music 
by King Curtis. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; K)ct49; EP46541. 

CURTIS, STANLEY. 
Benedicite, omnia opera; shortened form, 
by Stanley Curtis. (Parish choir book, ' 
1287) [Partly close score: SATB; partly 
unison chorus and organ. English words] 
4d © Novello & Co. , ltd. , London; 
14Feb50; EFO-2188. 

CUSENZA, FRANK JEROME, 1899- 
I'm sold on you; words by Anna M. Haman, 
music by F. J. Cusenza. © Frank J. 
Cusenza Music Pub. Co. , Detroit; 
9Jan50; EP44705. 

Not enough time; words by Anna M. 
Haman and music [by] F. J. Cusenza. 
© Frank J. Cusenza Music Pub. Co , 
Detroit; 14Jan50; EP44706. 

Peanut -dance to the music box tinkle; 
words and music by Ernest Swek and 
Frank J. Cusenza. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 26Jul49; EP46216. 

Song of Detroit; the city with a heart, 
words by Dorothy Rider, music by F. J. 
Cusenza. © Frank J. Cusenza Music 
Pub. Co., Detroit; 5Jan50; EP44704. 



CUSTILLON, HENRI LOUIS. 1877- 
Frou-frou. SEE Chatau, Henri. 

CUTOLO, R 1906- 

Zaza; samba, by T. Hall, G. Cioffi [and] 
R. Cutola. [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © Astor Music Co. , 
New York; lMay50; EP46682. 



CZERNY, CARL. 1791-1857. 

♦Der praktische Czerny; in fortschreitender 
Schwierigkeit systematisch geordnete 
Zusammenstellung von Studien und Etuden 
aus dem gesamten Schaffen Karl Czernys, 
hrsg. von M. Mayer -Mahr und Adolph 
Stark. The practical Czerny; a systemati- 
cally graded and progressively arr. 
collection of Carl Czerny's studies 
selected from his entire works. 
(Edition Schott, 3721-3725) [For 
piano] © on editing, compilation & 
transposition; Schott k Co. , ltd. , 
Mainz; Bd. 1-5, 30Dec49, EFO-2907, 
2900, 2899, 2896, 2901. 

D 

D., A. P. 
Thou art a lovely fiow'r. SEE Twigg, D. J. 

DABADIE, MARCEL. 1913- 
Boy'. SEE Breux, Jacques. 
Donnez-nous aujourd'hui. SEE 
Breux, Jacques. 

DACO, JEAN, pseud . SEE 
Fribouiet, Georges Edmond, 1910- 

DACRE. HARRY. 
A bicycle built for two; by Harry Dacre, 
arr. by Frederick Fay Swift. (Bel win 
octavo, no. 1031) [Score: SSA and piano] 
15? © on arrangement, Belwin, inc.. 
New York; 23Jan50; EP44049. 
A bicycle built for two; Gay Nineties 
song, words and music by Harry Dacre, 
[arrangement and instruction] by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. 
(Oahu modern piano accordion course, 
[lesson] 16X) © on arrangement k 
Instruction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
24Jan50; EP44680. 

DAFFAN. TED. 
I'm gonna leave this darned old town; 

words k music by Ted Daffan. © Peer 

International Corp. , New York; 18May50; 

EP47445. 
I've got five dollars and it's Saturday 

night; words k music by Ted Daffan. 

© Peer International Corp. , New York; 

18May50; EP47448. 
So dissatisfied; words k music by Ted 

Daffan. © Peer International Corp. , New 

York; 20Apr50; EP45982. 
Strangers passing by; words k music by 

Ted Daffan. © Peer International Corp. , 

New York; 20Apr50; EP45981. 
Take that leash off of me; words and music 

by Ted Daffan. © Peer International 

Corp., New York; 6Dec49; EP43844. 
That's a dad blamed lie; words and music 

by Ted Daffan. © Peer International 

Corp.. New York; 29Dec49; EP44573. 

DAGGETT. GERALDINE. SEE 
Lynde, Geraldine Daggett. 

D'AGOSTINO, VINCENT, 1888- 
The star and I. SEE De Luca, Joseph. 

DAHLGREN, ERLAND 

Du fir min Herre; sang av Erland Dahlgren, 
till ord av Nancy Olsson, [arr. by Rune 
Jansson] KR 2:- © Ab Carl Gehrmans 
musikfOrlag, Stockholm; Uan48; EF15597. 

Jag en gSst och pilgrim fir; sang av Erland 
Dahlgren. till ord av Egon Zandelin, 
[arr. by Hartvig SjBrin] KR 2:- © Ab 
Carl Gehrmans musikfOrlag, Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15596. 

DAHLGREN, VALDEMAR. 
Varvisa; [by] Valdemar Dahlgren, arr.: 
Hans V. A. Zetterqvist. (Gehrmans 
kOr-bibliotek, nr 270) [Close score: 
chorus (SATB)] Kr. 0:40 © Ab Carl 
Gehrmans musikfOrlag, Stockholm; 
31Dec49; EFO-2247. 



DAHLQU1ST, LARS ERIK. 
Charlie- truck-polka; comedy foxtrot, av 
Lasse Dahlquist, [text: Lasse Dahlquist 
and Harry Iseborg] [Swedish words] 
2, 25 © Sonora musikftriags ab, Stock- 
holm; Uan46; EF15279. 

Da bOrjar livets var; foxtrot, musik och 
text: Lasse Dahlquist, arr. : G&sta 
Theselius. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
Kr. 2:25 © Edition Syivain ab, Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15305. 

(Loffe som polis) Kan det vara kariek? 
Slow -fox, ur fiimen Loffe som polis, 
text o musik: Lasse Dahlquist. ( With 
Wallenius, GOsta. (Loffe som polis) 
Med solsken och sang och ett sardeles 
humftr) © Edition Syivain a. b. , Stock- 
holm; 27Feb50; EFO-2617.. 

DAHLSTROM, BURRE. 
SEE Kom dansa med mej! 

DAHM, PAUL J. 
Kije's wedding. SEE Prokof'ev, S. S. 

Lieutenant Kije. Suite. 
Three Mozart sonatas. SEE Mozart, 
J. C. W. A. 

DAILEY J ANTON. 

Dreaming; words by L. W. Heiser, 
music by J. Anton Dai ley, arr. by Bob 
Haeger. [Close score: TTBB] 2C£ 
© Gaumont Music Publishers, ltd., 
Chicago; l0Feb50; EP44111. 

DAINE. ROBERT HENRY. 1933- 
Fort Knox green and white. SEE 
Livesay, O. L. 

DAINTON, MARIE CLEEVE, 1916- 
Physical training action songs; arm 
exercises, abdominals, footwork, by 
Marie Cleeve Dainton. 3/- © Wm, 
Paxton k Co. , ltd. , London; 29Dec49; 
EF0-2876. 

DALBY. CLEON E 
Trumpet problems; by Cleon E. Dalby. 
$1 ©Belwin, inc.. New York; bk. 1-2, 
!May50; EP45930, 45929. 



pseud , 
rio, 19] 



DAHLIN, HANS. 
Hawaiian boogie woogie. 
Eriksberg, Folke. 



SEE 



Trama, Mario, 1912- 

DALCROZE, ^MILE JAQUES- SEE 
Jaques-Dalcroze, l£mile, 1865- 

DALE, COMFORT HINDERLIE. 
Behold the Lamb of God; arr. by Comfort 
Hinderlie Dale, [words by] J. B. Dykes. 
(Choral library, 1080) [Score: chorus 
(SSAATTBB) and piano reduction] 18? 
© on arrangement; Augsburg Pub. 
House, Minneapolis; 17May50; EP47242. 

DALE, EVA POLLOCK. 
Only a dream. SEE Bush, E. M. 

DALE, JAMES. 
Just one of those things. SEE Porter, 

Cole. Jubilee. 
September in the rain. SEE Warren, 
Harry. 

DALE, ROBERT, 1910- SEE 

Warren, Mark, pseud . 

D'ALPIAN, pseud . SEE 
Gaito, Carlo Francesco, 1900- 

DALTON, JESSE, arr . 
Red River Valley; words and music 
[arr. ] by Jesse Dalton, [piano ace. 
arr by Paul Weston and Jesse Dalton] 
New York. Capitol Songs. [Score: 
soprano, chorus (women's voices) and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Hanover 
Music Corp. ; 8Dec49; EP44008. 

DALTON. MARVIN PRICE, 1906- 
Intro'ductlon to advance harmony; by 
Marvin P. Dalton. $3 © Marvin P. 
Dalton; lAprSO; AA150352. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DAM. MOGENS. 
Pige traed varsomt. SEE Andersen, 
K. N. 

DAMASE. JEAN MICHEL. 1928- 

Arla; [by] Jean-Michel Damase. [Op 71 
[Score (violoncello and piano) and parts for 
bassoon, viola, saxophone and violoncello] 
© Editions Salabert. Paris; 26Sep49; 
EFO-1302. 
♦ (Concertsttick, saxophone & orchestra) 
Concertstflck; [by] J. M. Damase, pour 
saxophone alto avec ace. d'orchestre de 
chambre ou de piano. [Score (Saxophone 
and piano) and part] 17fr. 50 © Alphonse 
Leduc*: cie, Paris; 10May50; EFO-3827. 

La perle 6gar6e; poeme inedit de Colette, 
musique de Jean -Michel Damase. 
© Henry Lemoine & cie, Paris; 25Dec48; 
EF15098. 

Mouvement perpetuel; [by] Jean-Michel 
Damase, pour piano. [Op. 10] © Editions 
Salabert, Paris; 22Sep49; EFO-1298. 

(Sarabande, violin fc piano, op. 12) 
Sarabande; [by] Jean-Michel Damase. 
[Score and part] © Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 10May50; EFO-3812. 



DAMBROSY, C. 
Micsunesco, Constant!] 



pseud . 
>nstantln. 



SEE 
1913- 



DAMERELL. STANLEY J. 
There's a lovely lake in Loveland. 
SEE Evans, Tolchard. 

DAMESTOY, JEAN, 1910- 
C'est pas qu'elle est belle. SEE 
Carini, Joseph. 

DAMIRON. 
Merengue de frac; letra y music a de 
Chapuseaux y Damiron. © Peer Inter- 
national Corp. , New York; 29Dec49; 
EP44570. 

DAMON, WILLIAM. 1922- 

All the world loves a lover; words & music 
by William Damon. [Melody and words] 
© William Damon; 20Feb50; EP44420. 

Bummin' along; words and music by 
William Damon. © William Damon; 
13Feb50; EP44812. 

My heart strums a melody; words fc music 
by William Damon. [Melody, with words] 
© William Damon; 8Apr50; EP45425. 

Though you may never be mine, we found 
a love that endures; words & music by 
William Damon. [Melody and words] 
© William Damon; 29Mar50; EP45238. 

DAMS, JOS, DjajuL SEE 
Kluger, Jacques, 1912- 

DANA. WALTER, 1902- 
Dslewczyna z Chicago; polks, by W. Dana 
[and] N. Nobis. [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Dana Music Co. , 
inc.. New York; 25Apr60; EP45586. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 10Jan50. 
EU180829. 
Rosy cheeks; by A. Gamse, H. Frydan 
[and] W. Dana. [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Wemar Music 
Corp., New York; 10Apr50; EP45484. 

[DANDY, IRVING EDWARD] 1892- 
Roll onward, bowlers, roll on; by Erv. 
Craig [pseud.] [For voice and piano] 
© Wood-Lane Music Pub. Co. , 
New York; 20May50; EP45920. 

D'ANGELO, MICHAEL. 
I gave my heart to Jesus; words by Thoro 
Harris, music by Michael D'Angelo. 
Los Angeles, T'Angelo Music Pub. Co. 
35? © Michael D'Angelo; 20Feb50; 
EP44524. 

DANIEL, ELIOT, 1908- 
I fell in love with a picture in a frame. 
SEE Lange, J. L. 

DANIEL, JOHN, 1906- corop. 

John Daniel quartet song book. © John 
Daniel, Nashville; no. 7, 9Jan50; 
EP44770. 



DANIEL, KATHRYN, 1878- 
Snowflakes; piano solo by Kathryn Daniel. 

30? © The Willis Music Co., Cincinnati; 

3lMay50; EP46905. 
Weeping willow; piano solo by Kathryn 

Daniel. 40? © Clayton F. Summy Co. , 

Chicago; 20Mar50; EP45070. 

DANIEL-LESUR, pseud . SEE 
Lesur, Daniel, 1908- 

DANIEL-NORMAN. J., pseud. SEE 
Compere, Jacques, 1901- 

DANIELS, CHARLES NEIL. 1878-1943. 
You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine; 
four part male voices, T.T.B.B. Words 
by Seymour Rice and Albert H. Brown, 
music by Charles N. Daniels. Arr. by 
Claire Stafford [pseud. ] (Remick choral 
library, 9-R3135) [With piano ace. ] 16? 
© on arrangement; Remick Music Corp. ; 
28Apr50; EP46245. 

You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine; 
four part mixed voices, S. A. T. B. , 
words by Seymour Rice and Albert H. 
Brown, music by Charles N. Daniels, 
arr. by Claire Stafford [pseud. ] 
(Remick choral library, 5-R3139) [With 
piano ace. ] 16? © on arrangement; 
Remick Music Corp. , New York; 
31May50; EP47383. 

You tell me your dream, I'll tell you mine; 
Three part women 1 s voices, S. S. A. 
Words by Seymour Rice and Albert H. 
Brown, music by Charles N. Daniels. 
Arr. by Claire Stafford [pseud. ] 
(Remick choral library. 2-R3136) [With 
piano ace] 15? © on arrangement; 
Remick Music Corp. , New York; 
17Apr50; EP46243. 



DANIELS, HARRIET L., pseud. 
Loes, Harry Dixon, 1892^ 



SEE 



DANIELS, JACOB 1923- 
Dat kleine beetje geluk op aarde. Tekst: 
Tom van Maaren, muziek: Jaap Daniels 
[and] Joop de Leur. © World Music Co. , 
Brussels; 10ct49; EFO-1444. 

DANIELS. LOUISE, 1903- 
Wishful dream; [Armenian love-song] by 
Louise Daniels. Detroit, Shelby Music 
Pub. Co. [For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chrrd symbols; 
English and Armenian words] © Louise 
Daniels; 25May50; EP47163. 

DANIELS, WANDA. 
Four hearts, words and music by Wanda 
Daniels. © Hill & Range Songs, inc , 
Beverly Hills, Calif . 5Jun50; EP47117 

[DANIELSON, MABEL MARIE NELSON] 
1896- 

The Shepherd calls; [by Mabel Nelson 
Danieison] [For voice and piano] © Mabel 
Danlelson; 28FebS0; EP44689. 

DANIELSSON, HARRY. 
SEE Pianolyrik. 

DANN, HORACE. 
Whenever my Mary goes by; song, words 
by Alfred Dunning, music by Horace 
Dann. [London] Boosey k Hawkes. 
2/6 © Boosey & Co. , ltd. ; 3Feb50; 
EF0-1616. 

DANNACHER. VICTOR JOSEPH. 1900- 
The Rehcannad system of tone production 
and voice control; by Victor Dannacher. x 
© Victor Joseph Dannacher; 14Feb50; 
AA151311. 



Panzuti, 



pseud. 
, Dante, 



1921- 



DANTE, JOE, QAfiUfL SEE 
Steggerda, Johnny, 1910- 

DANZIG, EVELYN. 
Scarlet ribbons for her hair; lyric by Jack 
Segal, music by Evelyn Danzig. © Mills 
Music, inc.. New York; 13Dec49; 
EP43318. 



Temporarily blue; music byEvelyn Danzig, 
words by Nancy Farns worth and Lucille 
Robbins. © Mills Music, inc.. New 
York; 6Jan50; EP43713. 

DARBY, KENNETH LORlW, 1909- 
'Twas the night before Christmas; [words] 
by Clement Clark Moore, set to music by 
Ken Darby, original arrangement by 
Harry Simeone, [transcribed for Ham- 
mond organ by Ethel Smith] New York, E. 
Smith Music Corp.; trade sales represent- 
atives: C. H. Hansen Music Co. $1.50 
© Shawnee Press, inc.; 4Nov49; EP43449. 

DAftCY, THOMAS FRANCIS, 1895- 
Marche fantastique; novelty concert 
march, by Thomas F. Darcy, Jr. [Con- 
densed score (band) and parts] $6 
©Bourne, inc.. New York; Uun50; 
EP46976. 



U pseud . 
. Tor. 



BergstrOm, 



D» ARENA, pseud . SEE 
Grass!, Francesco, 1908- 

DARGOMYZHSKlI, ALE KS ANDR SERGE E- 

VICH. 1813-1869. 

Vanka 'n' Tanks; humorous love song, 
four part male voices, T. T. B. B. , a 
cappella, with soprano and tenor solos. 
[By J A. Dargomijsky, after the setting 
of Basils Kibalchich, arr. by F. Camp- 
bell-Watson. English version from the 
original Russian by Alexander Basy. 
(The Wit mark choral library, 9-W3403) 
18? © on arrangement; M. Wit mark & 
Sons, New York; 28 Mar 50; EP45687. 

D'ARIANO, REGINA MARIA, 1904- 
My lover has vanished. Ella 6 svanita. 
Ella desaparecl6. [Italian] words and 
music by Regina M. D'Ariano. Spanish 
and English versions by Roy D'Ariano. 
© Regina Maria D'Ariano fr> Rizleri 
D'Ariano; 8Jun50; EP4/040. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as La mia mor sparf, 
60ct49. EU181113. 

D'ARIANO, ROY, 1896- 
My lover has vanished. SEE D'Ariano, 
R. M. 

DARLING. ROY. 
Lightning Ridge; song, words and music 
by Roy Darling. 2/- © Boosey k Hawkes 
(Aust.)pty. ltd., Sydney; 29Dec49; 
EFO-992. 

Sandy Hollow trail; song, words and music 
by Roy Darling. 2/- © Boosey & Hawkes 
(Aust. ) pty. ltd., Sydney; 29Dec49; 
EFO-991. 

DARLINGTON. MARWOOD. 

*Irish Orpheus, the life of Patrick S. Gil- 
more, bandmaster extraordinary. 
Philadelphia, Olivier -Maney- Klein. 
130 p. illus. © Mar wood Darlington; 
14 Mar 50; A41925. 

DARLINGTON, WILLIAM AUBREY. 
*rhe world of Gilbert and Sullivan. New 

York, Crowell. 209 p. illus. © W. A. 

Darlington; 21 Mar 50; A42496. 

DARNTON, CHRISTIAN, 1905- 
♦(Concertino, piano & string orchestra) 
Concertino; [by] Christian Darnton, 
reduction by the composer for two piano- 
fortes, four haJ is. [Score] © Alfred 
Lengnick & Co. , ltd. , London; 6Feb50; 
EFO-2034. 



DA ROVERE, S 
Rovere, S. da. 



SEE 



DARRAGH, RUTH HARVEY ORNDORFF. 

1909- 

Sweetheart of Alpha Chi; words and music 
by Ruth Orndorff Darragh. © Ruth 
Harvey Orndorff Darragh & Alexander 
Leroy Hawkins Darragh; lApr50; 
EP45490 



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DARST, W GLEN 

Ride on! ride on in majesty; Palm Sunday 
anthem for mixed voices, [by] W. 
Glen Darst, [words by] Henry H. 
Milman. (Church music review, no. 
2120) [With organ ace] 13? ©The 
H. W. Gray Co. » inc. . New York; 
5Jan50; EP44006. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. 
Dartmouth song book; edited by Paul R. 
Zeller. [6th ed. Arr. by Donald E. 
Cobleigh and Paul R. Zeller, historical 
notes by Richard W. Morin] Hanover. 
N. H. , Dartmouth Publications. © on 
historical notes and new arrangements; 
Trustees of Dartmouth College; 15Mar50; 
EP46324. 

DASH, IRWIN, 1892- 
Before you break my heart. SEE 

Box, H. E. 
Just a little, fond affection. SEE 

Box, H. E. 
Kay-ud meelah falta; words and music by 

E. Box, D. Cox [pseud. ] & L. Ilda 

[pseud. ] [English words] © The Irwin 

Dash Music Co. , ltd. , London; 25Mar46; 

EF1542. 
Make-believe world. SEE Box, H. E. 
A shanty in Ypsilanti; words and music 
by Box, Cox [pseud. ] and Lewis Ilda 

[pseud. ] © Irwin Dash Music Co. , ltd. , 
London; 21Apr47; EF3940. 
Who could love you like me? SEE 

Box, H. E. 
SEE ALSO Heatherton, Fred, pseud . 

DATA, MARISHA, 1910- 
Marisha Data song book. Pols Id e maid. 
A group of original Polish songs for 
piano and voice with chords for piano 
accordion. Words and music by Marisha 
Data. [Polish words] $2 © W. H. 
Sajewski Music & Pub. Co., inc., 
Chicago; 28Dec49; EP45766. 

D'AUBERGE, ALFRED JOHN, 1897- 
Estrellita. SEE Ponce. M. M. 
Guaracha git an o; [by] A. de Posada 

[pseud. ] [For accordion] 20<! © Alfred 

d'Auberge, New York; 3Apr50; EP45450. 
Hungarian rhapsody, no. 2. SEE 

Liszt, Franz. Rhapsodie hongroise, 

piano, no. 2. 
March slav. SEE ChaYkovskff, P. I. 

Marche slave. 
Poeme. SEE Fibich, ZdenSk. 
Romeo and Juliet. SEE ChaTkovskii, P. I. 
Saluda la rumba; [by] Tarimeta [pseud. ] 

[For accordion] 20C © Alfred d'Auberge, 

New York; 3Apr50; EP45451. r 

Songs my mother taught me. SEE 

Dvofak, Antonfn. 
Spring song. SEE Mendelssohn- 

Bartholdy, Felix. Lieder ohne 

Worte. 
Symphony in D minor. SEE Frank, C. A. 

Symphony. 
Theme from Piano concerto no. 2. 

SEE Rachmaninoff, Sergei. Concerto 

piano, no. 2. 
Zigeunerweisen. SEE Saras ate y 

Navascues, P. M. M. de. 

DAUM, JOHNNY. 
It's no sin. SEE Hall, David. 

DAUME, JOHNNY. 
It never will rain roses; words and music 
by Johnny Daume. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 6Dec49; EP43848. 

DAUTREMER, MARCEL, 1906- 
Air loin tain; par M. Dautremer. [Score 
(oboe and piano) and part] 15fr. 
© Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 30Dec49 
(In notice: 1950); EFO-1677. 
Cent dictees d'accords progressives; avec 
explications preparatoires a l' etude de 
l'harmonie, [by J Marcel Dautremer. 
160 francs © Henry Lemoine & cie, 
Paris; 12Nov49; EFO-1652. 

904383 O - 50 - 5 



SEE 



DAVE, RED RIVER, pseud . 
McEnery, David L. 

DAVENPORT. MILTON CRAWFORD. 
1909- 

Variations on a Polish carol; by Milton 
Davenport. [Condensed score (orches- 
tra) and parts] © on arrangement; Hal 
Leonard Music, inc., Winona, Minn.; 
lDec49; EP44022. 

DAVID, HAL. 1921- 

American Beauty Rose. SEE 
Altman, Arthur. 

I'd like to wrap you up and put you in 
my pocket. SEE Altman, Arthur. 

If you can't get a drum with a boom- 
boom-boom, get a tuba with an oom- 
pah-pah. SEE Altman, Arthur. 

DAVID, JOSE, 1913- 
Evocation vesperale; prelude pour piano, 
[by] Jose David. © Durand & cie, Paris; 
14Jun49; EF15U2. 

DAVID, LEE, 1891- 

Over the mountain, under the moon; 
words and music by John Redmond It 
Lee David. © Chas. K. Harris Music 
Pub. Co., inc.. New York; 22Mar50; 
EP45392. 

The zither serenade; words and music by 
John Redmond, James Cavanaugh [and] 
Lee David. [Harmonized melody and 
words] © Grand Music Corp. , New York; 
19Jan50; EP43733. 

DAVID. MACK. 1912- 
Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo. SEE Livingston, 

Jerry. 
Casper, the friendly ghost. SEE 

Livingston, Jerry. 
Dreamin' is my business. SEE 

Livingston, Jerry. 
I've got a Sunday feeling in my heart. 

SEE Livingston, Jerry. 
My destiny. SEE Livingston. Jerry. 
One, two, three, make a box; words and 

music by Mack David. © Famous Music 

Corp. , New York; 9Mar50; EP45760. 
La vie en rose. SEE Guglielmi. L. G. 

DAVID. ROGER. 1912- 
Chanson de mon village. SEE Israel, 
Marcel. 

DAVIDSON. HAROLD G 

Frogs in my flower garden; [by] Harold 
G. Davidson, [for] piano solo. 35£ 
© Leeds Music Corp. , New York; 
3Apr50; EP45390. 

Toy parade; first grade, piano solo, [by] 
Harold G. Davidson. 35? © Leeds Music 
Corp. , New York; 3Apr50; EP45350. 

DA VIES, AGNES EFFA. 1882- 
Hills beyond; [by] Agnes E. Da vies. 
(In Hymn lovers magazine, v. 4, no. 1, 
pT24) [Close score: SATB] © Agnes 
Effa Davies; Uan50; EP44073. 
Only one Calvary; [by] Agnes E. Davies. 
[Close score: SATB] © Agnes Effa 
Davies, Cincinnati; 9Jun50; EP47559. 

DAVIES. WILLIAM HENRY, 1871- 
Dreams of the sea. SEE Naylor, 

Bernard. 
Fancy's home. SEE Blower, Maurice. 
Laughing Rose. SEE Moody, R. E. 

Love, like a drop of dew. SEE Webber, 

Lloyd. 
To be alive this day. SEE Blower, Maurice. 

DAVIS, BENNY, 1895- 
I still get a thrill thinking of you. 
SEE Coots, J. F. 

DAVIS, BERT. 
In the valley of golden dreams; waltz 
song, words and music by Bert Davis. 
© Beacon Music Co. , Joe Davis, owner. 
New York; 25Mar50; EP45075. 



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Let's try again. SEE Dubrow, Will. 

Mamma mia. Madre mfa. English words 
and musical adaptation by Bert Davis, 
Italian words by Michael Zito, Spanish 
words by Felipe N. Arana. © Beacon 
Music Co. , Joe Davis, owner. New York; 
13Feb50; EP44172. 

Spread a little sunshine; song, words and 
music by Bert Davis. © Beacon Music 
Co. , Joe Davis, owner. New York; 
25Mar50; EP45044. 

[DAVIS, BERTHA R ] 

Daddy's little boy; words and music by 
Billy Collins [pseud. ] © Beacon Music 
Co. , Joe Davis, owner. New York; 
HMay50; EP46121. 

DAVIS, BOB A. SEE 
Davis, Robbie Anderson, 1909- 

DAVIS, CHARLES K 1879- 

Miami Beach, the nation's playland; words 
and music by Charles K. Davis. 
© Presto Publishing Co. . Scarsdale. 
New York; 1 Mar 50; EP44554. 

DAVIS, CORA HOLSTED. 
Always dreaming. SEE Testall, A. T. 

DAVIS, DON. 
Somebody else put a ring on your finger; 
words and music by Don Davis. © Peer 
International Corp. , New York; 13Mar50- 
EP45395. 

DAVIS, FRANK. 
Why do I always remember? SEE 
Braver man, Sam. 



DAVIS, H. A. 
My darling Bernice. 
Samuel. 



SEE Geford, 



DAVIS, JIMMIE. 
Moonlight millionaire. SEE 

Noonan, Charles. 
Sometimes late at night; words and 
music by Jimmie Davis. © Jixnmie 
Davis Music Corp. , New York; 22Mar50; 
EP45394. 
White lace; words and music by Jimmie 
Davis. © Jimmie Davis Music Corp., 
New York; 6Dec49; EP43838. 



DAVIS, JOE, 1896- 
Honolulu sweetheart of mine. 
Stanley, Eugene. 



SEE 



DAVIS, KATHERINE KENNICOTT, 1892- 
Bless the Lord, O my soul; for chorus of 
mixed voices, [by] Katherlne K. Davis. 
[Words from] Psalm 103:1-4. 11, 13] 
(Galaxy music for the church, no. 1782) 
[With piano or organ ace. ] 20? © Galaxy 
Music Corp. , New York; llMaySO; 
EP46570. 

Goin' to Boston; S. A. B. or S. A. T. B. , 
Kentucky folk song arr. by Katherlne K, 
Davis. (Laurel octavo, no. 1556) [With 
piano ace. ] 16£ © on arrangement; C. C. 
Birchard & Co. , Boston; 8Jun50; 
EP47500. 

Groundhog; S. A. B. or S. A. T. B. , Ameri- 
can folk song, arr. by Katherlne K. 
Davis. (Laurel octavo, no. 1557) [With 
piano ace. ] 16£ © on arrangement; C. C. 
Birchard & Co. , Boston; 22May50; 
EP47430. 

In speechless prayer and reverence. SEE 
Urban, Chretien. 

O who like Thee. SEE Oliver, H. K. 



DAVIS, MONIQUE, pseud . SEE 
Peiffer, Monique, TTOff- 

DAVIS, ROBBIE ANDERSON, 1909- 
Whoa! gee! haw! gid-dup; words and music 
by Bob A. Davis. © Mills Music, inc. , 
New York; 19Jun50; EP47540. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



DAVIS, STU. 1919- 

Alberta cowboy; by Stu Davis. (In his 
Saddle bag of songs, folio 2. p."T-"9y 
(For voice and piano, with chord symbols) 
© Empire Music Publishers, New West- 
minster, B.C.; 12Nov49; EFO-1116. 

Canadian waltz; by "Stu" Davis. (In his 
Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, p. lU^ITJ" 
(For voice and piano, with chord symbols J 
© Empire Music Publishers, New West- 
minster, B.C.; 12Nov49; EFO-1117. 

Don't kick my heart around; by Stu Davis. 
(In his Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, 
p~26-27) [For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols] © Empire Music Publishers, 
New Westminster, B. C. ; 12Nov49; 
EFO-1124. 

Give me your heart; by Stu Davis. 
(In his Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, 
p. 3U-31) [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © Empire Music 
Publishers, New Westminster, B. C. ; 
12Nov49; EFO-1126. 

Hidin* my tears, breakin' my heart; by 
Stu Davis. (In his Saddle bag of songs, 
folio 2, p. 2Z^23y~[For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Empire Music 
Publishers, New Westminster. B.C.; 
12Nov49; EFO-1122. 

I won't complain; by Stu Davis. (In his 
Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, p. Z1T-2U) 
(For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Empire Music Publishers, New West- 
minster, B.C.; 12Nov49; EFO-1125. 

Just as long as you're happy; by Stu Davis. 
(In his Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, 
p7"lz-i3) [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © Empire Music Pub- 
lishers, New Westminster, B.C.; 
12Nov49; EFO-1118. 

Lost on the trail; by Stu Davis. (In his 
Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, p. IT-T7) 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Empire Music Publishers, New West- 
minster, B.C.; 12Nov49; EFO-1120. 

Never darken my door again; by Stu Davis. 
(In his Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, 
P- 14-15) [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © Empire Music Pub- 
lishers, New Westminster, B. C. ; 
12Nov49; EFO-1119. 

Starlight waltz; by Stu Davis. (In his 
Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, pT20"=21) 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Empire Music Publishers, New West- 
minster, B.C.; 12Nov49; EFO-1121. 

Stu Davis' Saddle bag of songs; folio 2. 
(New Westminster, B.C., Empire 
Music Publishers, 1949] 60C Contents 
separately registered, EFO-1 115-1 128. 

Tears of shame; by Stu Davis. (In his 
Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, pH?4"^25) 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Empire Music Publishers, New West- 
minster, B.C.; 12Nov49; EFO-1123. 

A thousand miles of prairie; by Stu Davis. 
(In his Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, 
lT~5^7) [For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols] © Empire Music Publishers, 
New Westminster, B.C.: 12Nov49- 
EFO-1115. 

Until today; by Stu Davis. (In his Saddle 
bag of songs, folio 2, p. 347~fFbr voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © Empire 
Music Publishers, New Westminster 
B.C.; 12Nov49; EFO-1128. 

Wait and see; by Stu Davis. (In his 
Saddle bag of songs, folio 2, pTST-33) 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Empire Music Publishers. New West- 
minster, B.C.; 12Nov49; EFO-1127. 

Why should I send you flowers? Words 
and music by Stu Davis. 40£ © Empire 
Music Publishers, New Westminster, 
B.C.; 10Feb50; EFO-2021. 

DAVIS. VIRGINIA. 1908- 
I call mm Jesus, my rock; words and 
music by Virginia Davis. [Hymn, with 
music] 20? © Theodore R. Frye, d.b a 
Theodore R. Frye Publishers, Chicago: 
26May50; EP47567. 



I'm getting nearer to my home. 

SEE Brewster, W. H. 
I'm just going over home. SEE 

Cannon, Emma. 
Jesus is all the world to me. SEE 
Thompson, W. L. 
Let us go back to the old landmark. SEE 

Brewster, W. H. 
Look up. SEE Calhoun, A. T. 
These are they. SEE Brewster, W. H. 

DAVIS, WINIFRED McDONNELL. 1920- 
Bumblety Jag; bumblety, words and music 
by Winifred McDonnell. © Superior 
Music Co., inc.. New York; 31Mar50; 
EP45246. Appl. states prev. reg. 
13Mar50, EU196719. 

DAVISON. ARCHIBALD THOMPSON. 1883- 
The church organist's golden treasury. 
SEE Pfatteicher, C. F. 

DAVISON. THOMAS. 
In the hills of Tennessee. SEE 
Carleton. R. L. 

DAWES, CHAHLES G 
Melody; solo for E flat alto saxophone 
with piano accompaniment, [by] 
Charles G. Dawes, arr. by Jerry 
Sears. [Score and part] 60? © on 
arrangement; Remick Music Corp. , 
New York; 27Mar50; EP45404. 
Melody; solo for trombone, with piano 
accompaniment, [by] Charles G. 
Dawes, arr. by Jerry Sears. [Score 
and part] 60£ © on arrangement; 
Remick Music Corp. , New York; 
24Mar50; EP45403. 



DAWN, J. C, pseud . 
Ward, M. M. 



SEE 



DAWN, MARILOU. 

It's the end for me. SEE Shalitz, Elmer. 
Only you. SEE MacDonald, Jimmy. 

DAWSON, CLAYTON L. 
Russian in song. SEE Lavaska, Anna. 

DAWSON, GEORGE COLEMAN, 1888- 
Soldiers in the rain. SEE Lake, M. L. 



pseud. SEE 



DAWSON, W. J. 
Duthoit, W. J. 

DAWSON, WILLIAM L 1899- 

Jesus walked this lonesome valley; 
spiritual, four part women's voices, 
S.S.A.A. , [arr. by] William L. Dawson. 
(Remick sacred choral library, 3-G1839) 
[With piano ace. ] 16? © on arrangement; 
Remick Music Corp., New York- 
8May50; EP46762. 

DAY, RUTHE 1901- 

Azalea time; for voice and piano, words 
and music by Ruth E. Day. 50£ © Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York; 19Jun50- 
EP47444. 

DEA. JOHN, pseud. SEE 
Voorhees, Leslie, 1910- 

DEALE EDGAR MARTIN, 1902- 
The blue hills of Antrim; words by Joseph 
Campbell, Irish traditional air arr. [by] 
Edgar M. Deale. (The Elkin new choral 
series, 2167) [Score: SSA and piano re- 
duction; also voice parts in tonic sol-fa 
notation] 6d. © Elkin & Co. , ltd , Lon- 
don; 3Apr50; EFO-2326. 
The lark in the clear air; T. B. B. Words by 
Sir Samuel Ferguson, Irish air arr. by 
Edgar M. Deale. (The Elkin new Choral 
series, 2168) [With piano ace ] 6d 
© Elkin & Co. , ltd. , London; 3Apr50- 
EFO-2325. * ' 

[DEAMBROGIO, JUAN] 1890- 
Adios. . . adios. . . ; tango, muslque de 
Bachicha [pseud. J et Santanera. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Julio Garzon, Paris; 3lDec49 (in 
notice: 1950); EFO-2523 



Montparnasse; tango canci6n, [by] 
Bachicha [pseud.] (With his Remolinos) 
[Piano-conductor score (orcBestra, with 
words) and parts] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 
31Dec49 (in notice: 1950); EFO-2435. 

Montparnasse; tango, paroles francaises, 
Jean Rodor [pseud. ], paroles *spagnoles, 

E. Cadicamo, musique, Bachicha 
[pseud. ] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 
20Apr50; EFO-3813. 

Remolinos; tango, [by] Bachicha [pseud. ], 
arrangt. de J. Santanera. [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Julio Garzon, Paris; 31Dec49 (in 
notice: 1950); EFO-2435. 

DEAN, EDDIE. 
Fool's gold; by Ralph Sherven and Eddie 
Dean. [For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols] © Folk Songs, Hollywood, 
Calif.; 27Feb50; EP44715. 

DEAN. HORACE FERGUS, 1897- comp 

Evangelistic songs; [compiled by] Hor^Fe - 

F. Dean [and] George W. Sanville. 

?A C i^i for America, Chicago: lAug49- 
AA140723. 

DeANGELO, R. N. 
Memories of home. SEE Hall. David. 

DEANI, C. 
Life, love and laughter. SEE Olivier i, 
Dino. II valzer dello zigo zago. 

DEANT. PEDRO, 1914- 
Bongo bolero. SEE Luino, Salvero. 
Entre sombras. SEE Cadicamo. 
Enrique. 

La rumba dans tes bras. En tus braxos. 
Paroles de Jean Rodor [pseud. ], musique 
de Pedro Diaz [pseud. ] & Yegson [pseud ] 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
Darts; with words] © Julio Garzon, Paris 
30Dec49; (in notice: 1950); EFO-2433. 

DEARING. THOMAS GILBERT, 1896- 
Love in all its beauty; for male voices, 
words and music by Thomas Gilbert 
Dearing, arrangement by Raymond J. 
Iden. [With piano ace. ] © Thomas 
Gilbert Dearing, Columbus, Ohio- 
23Mar50; EP45173. 

DEARMER, PERCY. 
Triumph. SEE Means, Claude. 

DE ARMOND. LIZZIE. 
The world's Redeemer King. SEE 
Ackley, B. D. 



DE BAILHAC, A. M. RAFF AT. 
Bless ye the Lord; unison anthem in 
Gregorian style, [by] A. M. Raffat De 
Bailhac, arr. by Robert L. Bedell 
(Leeds choral series, L-247) [With 
piano ace. ] 16? © on arrangement- 
Leeds Music Corp., New York; 27Mar50- 
EP45180. 

DE BICHI, pseud. SEE 
Bichisao, Giovanni. 1908- 

DEBLOCQ, GUSTAVE, 1886- 
Le chant du welfare. Het welfare- lied 
Nederlandse tekst: Fr. Gevels, paroles 
et musique: G. Deblocq, arrgt A 
Souffriau. 20fr. © Editions musicales 
Brogneaux, Bruxelles; 20Dec49; EFO-1542. 

DE BRANT, CYR. pseud. SEE 
Higginson, Vincent. 1896- 

DEBUSSY, CLAUDE. 1862-1918. 
(Beau soir) Peaceful evening. Beau soir 
By Claude Debussy, words by Paul 
Bourget, English translation by H. M. . 
arr. by Haydn Morgan. [Score: SSA and 
piano; English words] 15? © on ar- 
rangement; C. C. Birchard & Co 
Boston; 10Feb50; EP44588. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



«Le martvre de Saint Sebastien; mystere de 
Gabriele d'Annunzio/musique de Claude 
Debussy; analyses et tertes destines a 
accompagner les executions symphoniques 
^ tab lis par Germaine Inghelbrecht. 
[15] p. © Durand fc Cie, Paris; 23Dec48; 
AF 11446. 

DE BUXEUIL, REN6. SEE 
Buxeuil, Rene de. 

DECAIGNY. ALFRED. 1897- 
Tu peux revenir. SEE Jacobs, Leon. 

DE CANALES. CARY g6mEZ. SEE 
Gomez de Canales, Caridad Rosa, 1911- 

DE CARO. ANDREA TOSTO. SEE 
Caro, Andrea Tosto de, 1906- 

DECKER. DORSEY H. , Pseud . SEE 
Mc Kinney. Howard Decker, 1889- 

DECKER. EVELYN. 1913- 
You were in the dreams that broke my 
heart. SEE Schubert, F. H. 



DE CLAN A, JOSfe, pseud. 
Cadalen, Franck. 



SEE 



DEDMAN, ETHEL. 
Four American songs. SEE Baron, 
Maurice. 

DEE. EDDIE. 
She's a lassie from Lancashire. SEE 
Neat, John. 

DEE. MARGARET, comp. 
Tips junior for pianists; a preliminary to 
Tips for pianists, by Margaret Dee. $ 1 
© Clayton F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 
12Jun50; EP47159. 

DEE, SYLVIA, pseud . SEE 
Proffitt. Josephine Moore, 1914- 

DeFELITTA, FRANK. 
Lookin 1 ahead today. SEE Guarnieri, 
John. 



DE FERAUDY, MAURICE. 
Feraudy, Maurice de. 



SEE 



DE FLUTTER, HENRY, 1872- 
Home sick for heaven; [by] Henry De 
Flutter. [Close score (SATB)J © Henry 
De Flutter; Uun50; EP46990. 



DE FRUMERIE. GUNNAR, 
SEE Pianolyrik. 



1908- 



DEGEN, HELMUT. 1911- 
Welhnachts-Buch; Musik aus 36 alten 
Weihnachtsliedern, von Helmut Degen. 
[For pianoj © Willy MMler, SQddeutscher 
Musikverlag, Heidelberg; v. 1-3, 
15E>ec49 (in notice: 1948); EFO-2940. 

DEGERMAN, ROLF. 
F&r er, ma da me; foxtrot, musik: Rolf 
Degerman, text: Elnar Moberg. Kr 2:25 
© on arrangement; Edition Sylvain a. b. , 
Stockholm; 27Feb50; EFO-2615. 
For er, madame; slow -fox, musik: Rolf 
Degerman, arr. : Charles Wild man 
[pseud. ], text: Einar Moberg. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] Kr. 2:50 © Edition Sylvain 
a.b., Stockholm; 1Nov49; EFO-1809. 

(Fran Simpnfts tUl Natarohals) Pa Kapell- 
skflrs brygga; skargardsvals, ur sam- 
llngen: Fran Simpnfts till N&tarohals, 
mtxBik: Rolf Degerman, text: Einar Mo- 
berg, arr. : Willard Ringstrand. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] Kr.2:25 © on arrangement; 
Edition Sylvain a.b., Stockholm; 31Dec49; 
EKO-2567. Appl. states prev. reg. in 
Fran SimpnAs till Natarohals. EF14354. 
Har vi inte sett varann f5rut; fox -trot. 
Text: Einar Moberg. musik: Rolf Deger- 
man. (In Sverige c'-'nsar och ler. Arg. 14, 
p. 8-9) © Edition Sylvain a.b. , Stockholm; 
27Feb50; EFO-2630. 



I Rosenhult och Soiby; visa, musik: Rolf 
Degerman. text: Emil Hagstrom Kr. 2:25 
© Edition Sylvain a. -b. , Stockholm; 
Uan47; EF15306. 

PA Kapellsklrs brygga. SEE HIS 

Fran SimpnAs till Natarohals. 
Sa Ar det om varen, cherie; sangvals, text 
och musik: John Maim [and] Rolf Deger- 
man. 2:25 © Edition Sylvain ab. . Stock- 
holm; Uan47; EF15328. 
Sfi. Ar det om varen, cherie; vals, text 
och musik: John Malm och Rolf Deter man, 
arr. : Miff GoT ling. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
Kr. 2:25 © on arrangement; Edition 
Sylvain a. -b. , Stockholm; Uan47; 
EF15299. 
Sonoras vflrbukett. SEE Sonoras 

vArbukett. 
Stackars speleman; tango, text o. musik: 
John Malm [and] Rolf Degerman. 2:25 
© Edition Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan47; 
EF15300. 
Stackars speleman; tango, text och musik: 
John Malm och Rolf Degerman, arr. : 
Miff GGrling. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
Kr. 2. 25 © on arrangement; Edition 
Sylvain a. -b. , Stockholm; Uan47; 
EF15301. 
Taklagspolka. Musik: Rolf Degerman, 
arr: Andrew Walter [pseud. , text: 
Bengt Ewe, pseud. ] [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edition Sylvain a. -b. , Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15354. 
Tango hongrois. Ungersk tango; [or] Hur 
kunde du gldmma? Musik: Rolf Degerman, 
text: Einar Moberg. arr. : Charles Wild- 
man [pseud. ] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with Swedish words] 
Kr. 3:00 © Edition Sylvain a. b. , Stock- 
holm; 5Jan50; EFO-1981. 
Tango hongrois. Ungersk tango; [or] Hur 
kunde du glomma? Text: Einar Moberg, 
musik o. arr. Rolf Degerman. (In Sverige 
dansar och ler. Arg. 14, p. 4-5) ©on 
arrangement; Edition Sylvain a.b., 
Stockholm; 27Feb50; EF0-2628. 

Tva vita orkideer; slowfox, musik: Rolf 
Degerman, text: Einar Moberg, arrange - 
mang: Charles Wild man [pseud. ] 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] Kr. 2:25 © Sonora 
musikfOriags ab, Stockholm; Uan47; 
EF15278. 

Vackra Jonsson; rallar-schottis. Text: 
Einar Moberg, musik: Rolf Degerman. 
(In Sverige dansar och ler. Arg. 14, 
p7l4-15) © Edition Sylvain a.b., Stock- 
holm; 27Feb50; EF0-2633. 

Vi bor vid samma gata; fox -trot. Text: 
Einar Moberg, musik: Rolf Degerman. 
(In Sverige dansar och ler. Arg. 14, 
p7l8-19) © Edition Sylvain a. b. , Stock- 
holm; 27Feb50; EF0-2635. 

Yippee up; cowboy fox trot. Text: Einar 
Mobert, musik: Rolf Degerman. Kr. 
2:25 © on arrangement; Edition Sylvain 
a.b.. Stockholm; Uan48; EF15355. 



DEHART, EARL. 
Up in heaven. SEE Duchow, Lawrence. 

DEHMEL, WILLY, 1909- 
Serenade der Nacht, serenade d'amour! 
SEE Grothe, Franz. 

DEICHERT, ROBERT G 

March jubilant; for piano accordion, [by] 
Robert Deichert. 35C © Chart Music 
Pub. House, inc., Chicago; 14Apr50; 
EP45665. 

VaLse enchantment; for piano accordion, 
[by] Robert Deichert. 35£ © Chart Music 
Pub. House, inc., Chicago; 14Apr50; 
EP45663. 



DEIRO, GUIDO, 1884- 
Queen of the air; march, by Guido Deiro. 
(Guido Deiro piano accordion solos, 374) 
[For piano accordion] 40£ © Robert 
Blaze Quattrociocche, Steubenville, 
Ohio (in notice: B. Quattrociocche); 
16May50; EP46743. 

DEIRO, PIETRO, 1913- arr . 

Ampco school of the accordion; [arrange- 
ments by Pietro Deiro, Jr.] (Ampco 
library, no. 717) $1.25 ©Accordion 
Music Pub. Co. , New York; bk. 1, 
13Jun50; EP47512. 

DEIS, CARL, 1883- 
Christmas hymn. SEE Jtingst, Hugo. 
The Lord's prayer. SEE Malotte, A. H. 
Mam'selle Marie. SEE Guion, D. W. 

O let us turn to Bethlehem. SEE O'Hara, 

Geoffrey. 
O magnum mysterium. SEE Victoria. 

T. L. de. 
Open road, open sky! SEE Strauss, 

Johann. Der Zigeunerbaron. 
Prayer of Thanksgiving. SEE Kremser, 

Eduard. 

SongofHaga. SEE Bellman, C. M. 
This little rose. SEE Kantzer. W. E. 

Wake with the dawn. SEE Leoncavallo, 
Ruggiero. Mattinata. 

Whispering hope. SEE Winner, Septimus. 

Your eyes shine in my own. SEE 
Strauss, Johann. Der Zigeuner- 
baron. 

DEITZ, GERALD. 
The headless horseman. SEE 

Applebaum, S. S. 
The old cobbler tells a story. SEE 
Applebaum, S. S. 

DE JESUS, GLADYCE. 1910- 
I've been a fool thinking you cared; words 
and music by Gladyce De Jesus. 
© Excelsior Music Pub. Co. , New York; 
lMar50; EP44556. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 5Dec49. EU186887. 

DE JONGH, GEORGE, 1916- 
London belongs to me: song, words by 
Bruce Sievier, music by George de 
Jongh. 2/6 [London] Boosey fc Hawkes. 
© Boosey & Co. , ltd. ; 2Jun50; EFO-3472. 

DELA, MAURICE, 1919- 
Hommage; pour piano, [by] Maurice Dela. 
75 C © B MI Canada, ltd., Toronto; 
20Mar50; EFO-2216. 

DELACHRUS. GEORGE. 1901- 
When love comes knockin' at my door; 
[by] George DeLachrus. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Song 
Writers' Cooperative, inc. , Los Angeles; 
12Jun50; EP47160. 

DELAGE, MAURICE, 1879- 
Deux fables, de Jean de la Fontaine, 
[music by] Maurice Delage. [Score: 
solo voice and orchestra] © Durand & 
cie, Paris; 31Dec49 (in notice: 1950); 
EFO-1586. 

DE LA LANDE, MICHEL RICHARD. SEE 
Lalande. Michel Richard de, 1657-1726. 

DE LA MARE, WALTER JOHN, 1873- 
As Lucy went a-walking. SEE 

Gibbs, C. A. 
A widow's weeds. SEE Beckhard, R. L. 

DE LAMARTER, ERIC, 1880- 
God standeth in the congregation of the 
mighty; four part mixed voices, S. A. T. B., 
with baritone solo. Text from the Psalms, 
music by Eric De Lamarter. (The Wit- 
mark sacred choral library, 5-W3401) 
[With organ ace. ] 180 © M. Witmark & 
Sons, New York; HMay50; EP46611. 



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DE LAMARTER. ERIC. 1880- Cont'd. 

Short suite; on Gregorian themes, for 
the organ, by Eric De Lamarter. $1 
© M. Witmark fc Sons. New York; 
20Jun50; EP47545. 
Soliloquy; for the organ, by Eric De 
Lamarter. 75? © M. Witmark fc Sons, 
New York; 20Jun50; EP47544. 

DeLAMARTER, JEANNE. 
Judy and the gulls. SEE Donato, 
Anthony. 

DELAMORINlfeRE, HUGUES, 1902- 
La lecture de la musique; 1090ns de 
solfege a une voix, par Hugues De- 
lamorlniere et Andre Muason. © Durand 
& cie, Paris; 6. annee. 20Apr49; 
EF15134. 

DE LARA, ADELINA. 1872- 
In the forest; suite for strings, by Adelina 
De Lara. [Score] 3/6 © Stainer & 
Bell, ltd., London; 31Dec49; EFO-1361. 



DE LA ROSA, ORLANDO. 
Rosa, Orlando de la. 



SEE 



DE LASSUS, ORLAND. SEE 
Lassus, Or land de, d. 1594. 

DELAU, MARC, 1904- 
Une position, une cie; principe rationnel 
d'gcriture music ale [by] Marc Delau. 
© Les Editions ouvrieres, Paris; 
15May50; AF0-2177. 

DELBOS. CLAIRE. 1906- 
Paraphrase; pour la Fete de tous les 
Saints, le jour des Morts, les Dimanches 
24© apres la Pentecote et l er de L'Avent. 
[By] Claire Delbos. [for] orgue. 144 
francs © Henry Lemoine fc cie, Paris, 
250ct49; EF0-1327. 

DELCAMPE, A. 
Andante et rondo. SEE Weber, 

K. M. F. E., Freiherr von. Andante 

4 rondo. 
Nocturne. SEE Chopin, F. F. Nocturne, 

piano, op. 9, no. 2. 
Romance. SEE Beethoven, Ludwig van. 

Romance, violin & orchestra, op. 50. 
Valse. SEE Chopin, F. F. Waltz, piano, 

op. 64, no. 1. 

DELETTRE, JEAN, 1902- 
J'ai perdu ma chanson. SEE Stein, S. A. 

DELGADO, ESTEBAN. 
Tormento de amor; bolero, letra y mdsica 
de Esteban Delgado, arr. de O. Estivill. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Rumbalero Music, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 9Dec49; 
EP43360. 

DELGADO, PEP£. 
A bail a r el yoyo; guaracha, letra y mtisica 
de Pepe' Delgado, arr. del autor. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] $0. 50 © Peer y Cia. , s. 1. , 
Habana; 27Apr50; EFO-3318. 
Ya te olvide. SEE Dobai, Cristobal. 

DELGIUDICE, CARMEN DELLO. 
The picnic song. SEE Del Giudice, T. D. 

[DEL GIUDICE, THERESA DELLO] 
The picnic song; words and music by 
Carmen Dello [pseud. ] and Theresa 
Dello [pseud. ] © Chappell & Co. , inc. , 
New York; 29May50; EP47204. 

DELIBES, L£o, 1836-1891. 
(Coppelia) Mazurka; from Coppella ballet 
[by] Delibes, arr. by Stephen S. Moore. 
(The School percussion band. Romantic 
series, no. 23) [Score and parts] 6/- 
© on arrangement; Wm. Paxton & Co. , 
ltd., London; 27Mar50; EFO-2879. 



(Coppelia) Theme slave varie; from 
Coppelia ballet [by] Delibes, arr. by 
Stephen S. Moore. (The School percus- 
sion band. Romantic series, no. 23a) 
[Score and parts] 6/- © on arrangement; 
Wm. Paxton & Co. , ltd. , London; 
HApr50; EFO-2880. 

(Naila) Grand valse; Intermezzo [valse] 
from Naila [by] Delibes. [Arr. by 
Stephen S. Moore] (The School percus- 
sion band. Romantic series, no. 23b) 
[Score and parts] 5/- © on arrangement; 
Wm. Paxton fc Co. . ltd., London; 
22Feb50 (in notice: 1949); EFO-2885. 

DELIS. GELASIO. 
Pobre Jacinto; guaracha. letra y musics 
de Gelasio Delis. orquestaci6n de Carlos 
Bolaflos. (Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words. 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musics, s.a.. Mexico; 23Jan50; 
EFO-1474. 

DEUUS.FREDERICK, 1862-1934. 
(A village Romeo and Juliet) The walk to 
the Paradise Garden; intermezzo from 
A village Romeo and Juliet, arr. for 
piano solo by Harold Perry. [London] 
Boosey k Hawkes. © on arrangement; 
Hawkes fc Son (London) ltd. ; 21Jun50; 
EF0-3722. 

DELL, SAL. 1901- 
Lady with the veil. SEE Bonacio, 

Bennie. 
Occhi belli. SEE Bonacio, Bennie. 

DELLAFIELD, HENRY, 1870- 

The bird show; piano solo, by Henry 
Dellafield. [Op. 50, no. 3] 30? © Bach 
Music Co. , Henry Dellafield, sole owner, 
Boston; 5Jun50; EP47314. 

Garden of roses; arpeggio waltz, piano 
solo, by Henry Dellafield. [Op. 50, 
no. 4] 300 © Bach Music Co. , Henry 
Dellafield, sole owner, Boston; 5Jun50 
(in notice: 1940); EP47312. 

The jumping jack; piano solo, by Henry 
Dellafield. [Op. 50, no. 1] 300 ©Bach 
Music Co. , Henry Dellafield, sole 
owner, Boston; 5Jun50; EP47311. 

The puppet show; piano solo, by Henry 
Dellafield. [Op. 50, no. 2] 300 © Bach 
Music Co. , Henry Dellafield, sole 
owner, Boston; 5Jun50; EP47310. 



Cegli 



, pseud. 
e, Ricax 



cirdo di, 1907- 



Del Giudice, Carmen 



pseud . S 
1 en Dello. 

pseud . SEE 
sa Dello. 



DELLO, THERESA, __ 
Del Giudice, Theresa 

DELLO JOIO, NORMAN, 1913- 
The assassination; [by] Norman Dello 
Joio. Adapted by the composer from the 
poem by Robert Hillyer. 500 © Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York; 30Dec49; 
EP43278. 

♦Fantasia on a Gregorian theme; [by] 
Norman Dello Joio. [Score (violin and 
piano) and part] $1 © Carl Fischer, inc. 
New York; 30Dec49; EP43283. 

Lament; music by Norman Dello Joio, 
poem by Chidiock Tichborne. 600 
© Carl Fischer, inc. , New York; 
30Dec49; EP43279. 

Nocturne in E; [by] Norman Dello Joio. 
[For piano] 500 © Carl Fischer, inc.. 
New York; 12Jun50; EP47581. 

(Nocturne, piano) Nocturne in F sharp 
minor; for piano by Norman Dello Joio. 
600 © Carl Fischer, inc.. New York; 
19Jun50; EP47518. 

♦Variations and Capriccio; [by] Norman 
Dello Joio. [Score (violin and piano) 
and part] $1.50 © Carl Fischer, inc.. 
New York, 30Dec49; EP43282. 



♦Variations, chaconne, and finale; for 
symphony orchestra [by] Norman Dello 
Joio. (Carl Fischer study score series, 
orchestral works -chamber music, no. 4) 
[Score] [$2.50] © Carl Fischer, inc.. 
New York; 13Apr50; EP45902. 

DELRIEU, GEORGES, 1906- 
Calme nuit, sainte nuit. SEE 
Gruber, F. X. Stille Nacht, heilige 
Nacht. 
Six chansons nicoises de jadis. 
SEE Carol, Henri. 

DELTOUR, EMILE. 1899- 
Aleen "n Belgisch meisje. SEE 

Fraenket, Jacques. 
Een, twee, x, de voetbal pronostiek. SEE 
Fraenket, Jacques. 

Ik hou van jou! SEE Fraenket, Jacques. 
Leontientje. SEE Fraenket, Jacques. 
O! oeli, oela, oela! SEE Fraenket, 

Jacques. 
Samba, tinke, tinke, tinke. SEE 

Fraenket, Jacques. 

DE LUCA, JOSEPH. 1899- 
The star and I; words by V. D'Agostino, 
music by J. De Luca. © Vincent D'Ago- 
stino; 26Apr50; EP47011. 

DeLUCA, VINCENT NICHOLAS, 1919- 
Jolly saunter march; by Vincent DeLuca, 
[arr. by Anthony Procida] For piano 
accordion. 350 © Highland Music Co. , 
Jeannette, Pa.; 24Feb50 (in notice: 1949); 
EP44599. 

DE LUGG, MILTON. 
Hoop-dee-doo; polka, words by Frank 

Loesser, music by Milton De Lugg. 

© Susan Publications, inc. , New York; 

24Mar50; EP45300. 
Mister Honky-Tonk from Christopher 

Street; by Guy Wood & Milton Delugg. 

[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 

© Frank Music Corp. , New York; 

4May50; EP46100. 

DELVAUX, BERTHE DI VITO- SEE 
Vito-Delvaux. Berthe di, 1915- 

DEMAY. MAURICE, pseud. SEE 
Baptissard, Maurice, 1899- 

DEMESSIEUX, JEANNE, 1921- 
♦Triptyque; (prelude, adagio, fugue) pour 
orgue, [by] Jeanne Demessieux. [Op. 7] 
© Durand & cie, Paris; 3May49; EF15118. 
♦Twelve choral-preludes; for organ solo, 
on Gregorian chant themes, by Jeanne 
Demessieux. $2 © McLaughlin & Reilly 
Co. , Boston; 26Jan50; EP44980. 

DEMETRIUS, CLAUDE, 1917- 
It's a long, long trail; by Claude De 
Metrius. [For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Johnstone-Montei, inc. , New York- 
17Feb50; EP44086. 

Lyin' kisses; words and music by Claude 
Demetruis. ©Johnstone-Montei, inc.. 
New York; 26Jan50; EP43799. 

Time takes care of everything; words and 
music by Claude De Metruis. © Beacon 
Music Co. , Joe Davis, owner. New York; 
4Apr50; EP45257. 

DEMOLI&RE, ROGER. SEE 
Moliere, Roger de. 

DEMOREST. CHARLES. 
Demorest's organ melodies; twenty-four 
preludes by Charles Demorest, 
[compiled by Ellen Jane Lorenz] 
[Includes registration for Hammond organ) 
$ 1 © Lorenz Pub. Co. , Dayton. Ohio; 
14Mar50; EP45882. 

DENGEL, LORRAINE, 1919- 
Since I met you; words and music by 
Lorraine Dengei, piano arrangement by 
Georgianna Pembrook. © Lorraine 
Dengei; 23Feb50; EP44541. 



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DENHAM, BARBARA. 
Give us this day; song. Lyric by Harold 
Simpson, music by Barbara Denham. 
© Ascherberg, Hopwood h. Crew, ltd. , 
London; 13Dec49; EFO-1067. 
Give us this day; words by Harold 
Simpson, music by Barbara Denham. 
Arr. as a two-part song, S. A. , by 
PurcellJ. Mansfield. (Ascherberg* s 
series of part-songs, no. 261) [With 
piano ace. ] 6d. © on arrangement; 
Ascherberg, Hopwood k Crew, ltd. , 
London; 2May50; EFO-3025. 

DENICK, MARTIN LUTHER, 1886- 
Mt meadow lark; a Kansas song, by 
Luther Denick. (For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Luther Denick, 
Sedan, Kan. ; 13Feb50; EP44323. 

DENMARK. MAX F 1895- 

Introduction and polonaise; by Max F. 
Denmark. I For) cornet [or] baritone h 
piano. [Score and parts] $ 1 © Ludwig 
Music Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 27Feb50; 
EP46080. 
Scene de concert; by Max F. Denmark. 
[For] trombone or baritone and piano. 
[Score and part] $ 1 © Ludwig Music 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 19Apr50; EP46740. 

DENOTE, DDC, pseud . SEE 
Stenberg, GOsta. 

DENNIS, DEAN. 
Put your money where your mouth is; 
words and music by J. Patterson and 
Dean Dennis. © American Academy of 
Music, inc. . New York; 13Jun50; 
EP47318. 

DENNIS, IVOR. 

Counting the hours; words by Christopher 
Hassan, music by Ivor Dennis. 2/- 
© The Sun Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , London; 
9Feb50; EFO-2010. 

Only an idle fancy; words by Christopher 
Hassali, music by Ivor Dennis. 2/- 
© Sun Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , London; 
27Jan50; EFO-1777. 

DENNY. BREWSTER C. 
Stranger in town. SEE Leffler, Jonny. 

DENNY, DAVE. 
When it's Christmas on the range. 
SEE Ward, Perry. 

DE NOD, pseud . SEE 
Doneddu, Arturo, 1885- 

DENONCIN. RENE'. 1920- 
Apres le bal; tango chante. Paroles de 
Francois Llenas. musique de Rene 
Denoncin. [For voice and piano, and 
voice part] © Arpege editions musicales, 
Paris; 30Jul49; EFO-1195. 

DENSON, S. WHITT, 1890- 
Living jewels. SEE McCoy, O. L. 

DENT. GORDON. 
Beguine without a name. SEE Ros, 
Edmundo. 

DE PAUL. GENE, 1919- 
Silver dollars tinkling down; by Don Raye 
[pseud. ] and Gene De Paul. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © George 
Simon, inc. . New York; 22Sep49; 
EP43878. 

DE POSADA, A. , pseud. SEE 
D'Auberge. Alfred John, 1897- 

DERBESY. GEORGES. 1899- 

Pochette. SEE Antiga. Jean. 
Sonate. SEE Pepusch, J. C. Sonata, 

violin & piano. 

DERfcME, TRISTAN. 
Quatre melodies gracieuses. SEE 
Baron, Maurice. 

DeROSSI. ALDO JOHN, 1917- 
Trickling keys; [by] Aldo DeRossi. [For 
accordion] © Aldo John DeRossi; lMay50; 
EP46560. 



DEROSSI, R. A., 1889- 
Paree! Paree! SEE Lanzone, Mario. 

DERRANE. JOSEPH PATRICK. 1930- 
The Galway shawl; words by Thomas 
Shields, music by Joseph Derrane. 
© Justus O'Byrne De Witt, d. b. a. E. 
O 1 Byrne De Witt's Sons. Boston; 4 Apr 50; 
EP45383. 
A typical Irishman; words by Bradley 
O'Hara [pseud. ], music by Patrick 
Galvin [pseud. ] © Justus O'Byrne De 
Witt, d.b.a. E. O'Byrne De Witt's Sons, 
Boston; 4Apr50; EP45378. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 23Feb50, EU194838. 

DERVILLE, EDWARD. 1873- 
Salute to the Eastern Stars; bv Edward 
Derville. [For piano] 40£ © Edward 
Derville, Longmont, Colo; 21 Mar 50; 
EP45039. 

DERWIN, OSCAR EDVIN. 
En gungande vals. SEE Frykman. 

Erik. 
Med dragspel och med fela. SEE Liljequist, 

Leon. 
Silvertrumpeten. SEE Liljequist, Leon. 
StyrsO-valsen. SEE Hansson, Stig. 

DESAGNAT, JEAN -LOUIS, 1905- 
Salgon. SEE Lopez, Francisco. 

DESENCLOS, ALBERT, 1912- 
Cantilene et divertissements; pour cor en 
fa et piano, [by] A. Desenclos. [Score 
(horn and piano) and part] 17 fr. 50 
© Alphonse Leduc fc cie, Paris; 16May50; 
EFO-3790. 
D'un troubadour; pour clarinette et piano, 
par A. Desenclos. [Score and part] 
15 fr. © Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 
25Nov49; EFO-1688. 

DESMOND, JUNE, pseud . SEE 
Radford, Des mono: Beryl, 1893- 

DESPORTES, YVONNE, 1907- 
Matin d'Ste*; [by] Y. Desportes. [Score 
(oboe and piano) and part] 17 fr. 50 
© Alphonse Leduc fc cie, Paris; 16May50; 
EFO-3824. 

DESSAGNES, GONTRAN, 1904- 
( Juveniles) Berceuse pour Nicole; [from] 
Juveniles, pour piano, par Gontran 
Dessagnes. © Georges Delrieu & cie, 
Nice; 1Nov49; EFO-1721. 
(Juveniles) Vieille chanson; [from] 
Juveniles, pour piano, par Gontran 
Deasagnea. © Georges Delrieu & cie, 
Nice; 1Nov49; EFO-1722. 

DE SYLVA, GEORGE GARD, 1896- 
Cross your heart. SEE Gensler, L. E. 
Just a memory. SEE Henderson, Ray. 

You're the cream in my coffee. SEE 
Henderson, Ray. Hold everything. 



DE TfeRAMOND. pseud . SEE 
Gautier, Edmom 



pseud . 



DETHIER, JEAN VINCENT. 1891- 
Mass of the holy family; [by] J. V. 
Dethier, arr. for 2 equal. SAB or SATB 
voices. (Popular masses, ser. 2, 
no. 1326) [With piano ace. ] 80? © on 
arrangement; McLaughlin k Reilly Co. , 
Boston; 8Mar50; EP44978. 

DETT, NATHANIEL. 
Ride on, Jesus; Negro spiritual, S.A.T.T. 

B. Adapted from a setting for voice & 
piano, by Nathaniel Dett and arr. by 
George Lynn. (Fischer edition, 8505) 
[With piano reduction] 16£ © on adapta- 
tion & arrangement; J. Fischer & Bro. , 
New York; 10Feb50; EP44397. 

DEUTSCH, BEATRICE L 1906- 

*So we sing; holiday and Bible songs for 
young Jewish children. Lyrics [by] Sara 

C. Levy, music [by] Beatrice L. Deutsch, 
illustrations [by] Anita Rogoff. © Bloch 
Pub. Co., New York; 15Mar50; 
AA148135. 



DEUTSCH. HANS PETER. 1901- 
Bim-bam-antabus. SEE Andersen. K. N. 
Dagmar-revyen 1949. 

The isle of happiness; ouverture, [by] 
Peter Deutsch. (Edition Boesen, nr. 66) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Jac. Boesens muslkforlag a/s, 
Copenhagen; 3lDec49; EF0-2973. 

DEUTSCH, LEONHARD, 1887- 
For sight reading: Easy classical pieces; 
for piano, free transcriptions by 
Leonhard Deutsch. $1. 50 © Heritage 
Music Publications, inc.. New York; 
bk. 2, 28Mar50; EP45317. 
For sight reading: 59 folk songs of various 
nations; for piano, compiled and arr. by 
Leonhard Deutsch, English transcriptions 
of the original lyrics by Jane Kerley. 
85? © on arrangement & translation; 
Heritage Music Publications, inc.. New 
York; bk. 1, 28Mar50; EP45316. 

DEUTSCH. MARGARET KATHERINE. 
1924- 

Say so. SEE Deutsch, M. A. 
Sweet be your dreams. SEE 

Deutsch, M. A. 
Wonderful weather for walking. SEE 

Deutsch, M. A. 
Your eyes tell me that you love me. 

SEE Deutsch. M. A. 

DEUTSCH, MARIAN ALEXIN A, 1898- 
Say so; words by Margaret Deutsch, music 
by Marian Deutsch, arrangement by 
Henry Cole. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on arrangement; Shelby Music Pub. 
Co., Detroit; 16Dec49; EP44338. 
Sweet be your dreams; words by Margaret 
Deutsch, music by Marian Deutsch, 
arrangement by Henry Cole. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © on arrangement; Shelby 
Music Pub. Co., Detroit; 16Dec49; 
EP44339. 

Wonderful weather for walking; words by 
Margaret Deutsch, music by Marian 
Deutsch, arrangement by Henry Cole. 
[Piano- conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Shelby Music Pub. Co., Detroit; 21Dec49; 
EP44341. 

Your eyes tell me that you love me; 
words by Margaret Deutsch, music by 
Marian Deutsch, arrangement by Henry 
Cole. [Piano-conductor score (orchestra, 
with words) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Shelby Mmslc Pub. Co. , Detroit; 
2lDec49; EP44340. 

DEUTSCHE PROPRIUMSGESANGE. hrsg. 
vom Bischoflichen Kirchenmusikalischen 

Institut Speyer. 
Heft 5. SEE Quack, Erhard. Karfreitag. 

DeVADER, MRS . HENRY. 
Darling, will you be mine? SEE 
Tobin, Louis. 

DE VALLEE, RAY. 
I'll never let you go out of my heart; by 
Roger Genger, Eddie Berry [and] Ray De 
Vaile, [piano arr. by George Sumner] 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Bebe Music Co. , New York; 20Mar47 
(in notice: 1946); EP46636. 

DEVANESEN, CHANDRAN. 
Christ of the trees. SEE Sateren, L. B. 

DE VOL, FRANK, 19rl- 
My bashful beau; by Frank De Vol. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Beechwood Muiic Corp. , New York; 
23Dec49; EP43789. 

DEVREESE, GODEFROID. 1893- 
Allegro; pour piano ou orchestre et 
trompette principaie [in] si be mo I ou ut, 
par Godefroid Devreese. [Score (trumpet 
and piano) and parts] 40 fr. © Editions 
musicales Brogneaux, Bruxelles; 
15Dec49; EFO-1178. 



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' Pai 



SEE 
Lanyon, Helen Patricia, 1925- 

DEWS, CHARLES, pseud . SEE 
Deis, Carl, 1883- 

DEXTER, HARRY. 
The children's Tschaikowsky. SEE 

Chatkovskii, P. I. 
Love will find a way. SEE Fraser- 

Simson, Harold. The maid of the 

mountains. 
Toccata. SEE Paradies, P. D. 

DEZABRE, ANDRfe, 1920- 
Aussi loin que je sois. SEE 

Bardugoni, Pino. 
Lunar. SEE Moliere, Roger de. 

Nouvelle annee! Slow -fox, paroles et 
musique de Andre Montval [pseud. ] 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Andre Montval. Paris; 2Jan49; 
EF15088. 
Un petit beguin; valse, paroles et musique 
• de Andre Montval [pseud. ] [Piano-conduc- 

tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] © Andre Montval. Paris; 150ct49; 
EFO-1402. 

DIAMOND. DAVID LEO, 1915- 
All in green went my love riding; [by] 
David Diamond, for women's chorus, 
three-part, a cappella. [Words by E. E. 
Cummings] 16C © Southern Music Pub. 
Co., inc.. New York; 27Apr50; EP47226. 
Chatterton; [by] David Diamond, [words 
by John Keats], for voice and piano. 60? 
© Southern Music Pub. Co. , inc. , New 
York; 12Apr50; EP45977. 
♦Elegy in memory of Maurice Ravel; [by] 
David Diamond, for string orchestra and 
percussion. [Score] $1.50 ©Southern 
Music Pub. Co., inc.. New York; 
24May50; EP47222. 
The glory is fallen out of the sky; [by] 
David Diamond, for women's chorus, 
three-part, a cappella. [Words by E. E. 
Cummings] 15£ © Southern Music Pub. 
Co., inc.. New York; 27Apr50; 
EP47225. 
♦Timon of Athens; a symphonic portrait 
after Shakespeare, [by] David Diamond. 
[Miniature score: orchestra] $2 © Leeds 
Music Corp. , New York; 28Jun50; 
EP47526. 

DIAMOND. FRED. 
I've got the world to lose; words and music 
by Fred Diamond. © Diamond Publica- 
tions, Charlotte, Mich.; 13M*x50; 
EP45128. 

DIAMOND, MURIEL. 
Rainy day; words and music by Muriel 
Diamond. © Harman Music, inc.. New 
York; 29Mar50; EP45282. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 20May48, EU131863. 

DIAMONDEZ. pseud . 

Brazilian magic"- [by] Diamondez, arr. 
by Harry New. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © on orchestra- 
tion; J. R. Lafleur & Son, ltd. , London; 
26May50; EF0-3357. 

Brazilian magic; samba [by] Diamondez. 
© on arrangement; J. R. LaFleur & Sou, 
ltd., London; 26Apr50; EFO-2989. 



DIAS, ANDRES. 
lYo la vfl Guaracha. 
T. A. 



SEE Arredondo, 



DIAZ, HORACIO. 
Un poquito del tuo amor. SEE Gutierrez, 
Julio. 

DIAZ, PEDRO, pseud. SEE 
Deant, Pedro, 1914- 

DfAZ CODESAL, PABLO. 
Cuates queridos; canci6n ranchera, letra 
y musica de Pablo D. Codesal. 
© Editorial Mexican* de Musica Inter- 
national, s.a., Mexico; 18 Aug49; 
EF0-999. 



Juego mi vida; cancidn ranchera, letra y 
musica de Pablo Dfaz Codesal. 
© Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter - 
nacional, s.a., Mexico; 27Dec49; 
EF0-2723. 

DIAZ RIVERO. ARTURO. 
Adios, Camaguey; letry y musica de 
Arturo Dfaz Rivero. © Peer International 
Corp. , New York; 2Mar50; EP45400. 
Un ano; letra y mil sic a de Arturo Diaz 
Rivero. © Peer International Corp., 
New York; 31Jan50; EP44757. 

DD3DIN, CHARLES. 1745-1814. 
Peggy Perkins; [by] Charles Dibdin. For 
voice and piano edited and arr. by 
Gerald Cockshott. © on arrangement; 
Oxford University Press, London; 
15Dec49; EF0-1034. 

DI CAPUA, EDWARD. SEE 
Capua, Eduardo di. 

DICK. DOROTHY. 
I may hate myself in the morning, for 
falling in love tonight; words and music 
by Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss 
[and] Dorothy Dick. © Valando Music 
Corp., New York; 31Mar50; EP45445. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 13Aug47, 
EU88529 & 26May48, EU132889. 

DICKERSON, BERTHA. 
Lonely and blue. SEE tobin, Louis. 

DICKINSON, CLARENCE, 1873- 
The joy of the redeemed. By Clarence 
Dickinson. O quanta qualia. [Score 
(3 trumpets, 3 trombones, kettle drums 
and organ) and parts. Obbligato parts 
for a portion of the organ solo in The 
modern anthology, ed. by David McK. 
Williams] $1 © The H. W. Gray Co. , 
inc.. New York; 5Apr50; EP45342. 
Now in Thy kingdom; communion anthem 
for mixed voices, [words by] Mildred 
Whitney Stillman fc [from] Matthew XXVI, 
29, the music by Clarence Dickinson. 
(Sacred choruses, no. 257) [With organ 
ace] 18? © The H. W. Gray Co., inc.. 
New York; 5Jan50; EP43594. 

DICKINSON, EMILY, 1830-1886. 
This little rose. SEE Kantzer, W. E. 

DIETZ, CARL PRAETORIUS, 1875- 
Daisie McHugh; words and music by Carl 
P. Dietz, arr. by Olga M. Mihopulos. 
Milwaukee, Civic Pub. Co. © on changed 
music; Carl P. Dietz; lFeb50; EP44780. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as I love you 
dearly, Daisy McHugh, C820. 
The little homestead by the mill; words 
and music by Carl P. Dietz, arr. by 
Olga M. Mihopulos. Milwaukee, Civic 
Pub. Co. © Carl Praetorius Dietz; 
UMarSO; EP44903. 
Parted for-ever-more. SEE 

Stoerzer, H. J. 
When I gaze in your dear eyes; words and 
music by Carl P. Dietz. Milwaukee, 
Civic Pub. Co. © Carl Praetorius 
Dietz; lFeb50; EP44781. 

DIETZ, HOWARD, 1896- 
I see your face before me. SEE 

Schwartz, Arthur. Between the 

Devil. 
Louisiana hayride. SEE Schwartz, 

Arthur. Flying colors. 

Dl£VAL. JACQUES. 1920- 
It's the be bop. C'est le bebop, paroles 
de Boris Vian. musique de Jack Dieval. 
[French words] © Editions Auber. Paris 
27Dec49; EF0-1564. 

DIEZ, JOS^ FERNANDEZ. SEE 
Fernandez Diez, Jose, 1901- 

DIFRAEN, LOE, pseud SEE 
Fraenket, Jacques, 1901- 



DIGGLE, ROLAND, 1887- 
Everybody's favorite organ pieces. 

SEE Vibbard, H. L. 
Still, still with Thee; anthem for mixed 
voices, [by] Roland Diggle, [words by] 
Harriet Beecher Stowe. (Wood octavo 
series, 701) [With piano ace . ] 18? 
© The B. F. Wood Music Co. , Boston; 
7Mar50; EP44738. 
Within a mission garden; [by] Roland 
Diggle. [For organ; includes registra- 
tion for Hammond organ] 60? © Edward 
Schuberth fr Co. , inc. , New York; 
lMay50; EP45976. 

DI GIANGREGORIO, LAWRENCE. SEE 
Giangregorio, Lawrence Dante. 

DILBECK, THOMAS CHRISTOPHER, 1905 
A gray haired old lady; words and music 
by Tommy Dilbeck. © Hill and Range 
Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
28Dec49; EP43946. 
How long did you cry? Words and music 
by Tommy Dilbeck. © Hill & Range 
Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
30Jan50; EP44435. 

I'm turnin' gray 'cause my redhead makes 
me blue; words and music by Tommy 
Dilbeck. © Hill & Range Songs, inc. , 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 27Jan50; EP43921. 

It will always be you. SEE Clements, 
Bob. 

It's a long time between dreams; words 
and music by Tommy Dilbeck. © Hill 
& Range Songs, inc. , Beverly Hills, 
Calif. ; 27Jan50; EP43925. 

It's hard to say good-bye; words and music 
by Tommy Dilbeck. © Hill & Range Songs 
inc. . Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 27Jan50; 
EP43923. 

It's your turn to cry; words and music by 
Tommy Dilbeck. © Hill fc Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 27Jan50 
EP43924. 

My heart laughed in my face. SEE 

Miller, Elaine. 
Snow and mistletoe, and a lovely Christmas 
tree; words and music by Tommy Dilbeck. 
© Hill and Range Songs, inc., Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 20Jan50; EP43953. 
What's gonna happen to my heart? Words 
and music by Tommy Dilbeck. © Hill & 
Range Songs, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.- 
27Jan50; EP43920. 
Yodelin' boogie; words and music by 
Tommy Dilbeck. © Overland Music 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif.; 21Dec49; 
EP43401. 

[DILLON, JAMES E ] 1906- 

The only one; words and music by James 
Dillion. © James E. Dillon (in notice: 
James Dillion); lMaySO; EP45934. 

DIMMERY, IRA. 
An old fashioned wedding band; words and 
music by Ira Dimmery. © Peer Inter- 
national Corp. , New York; 6Dec49; 
EP43856. 



DIMOFF. NAOMI ELIZABETH. 1892- 
When you know the girl you love, loves 
you; music by Naomi E. Dimoff, words 
by Emily F. Edson. © Emily F. Edson 
and Naomi E. Dmoff; 18Feb50; EP45110. 



DINDALE, feTIENNE, 1899- 

£glogue. Shepherd's song. Hirtenlied. 
Pour clarinette si blmol, flftte, hautbois 
ou saxophone alto mi b£mol, avec ace am - 
pagnement de piano, [by] E. Dindale. 
[Score (solo instrument and piano) and 
parts for clarinet and saxophone] fr. 2. - 
© Schott freres, Bruxelles; 31Dec49; 
EF0-3284. 



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fcglogue. Shepherd's song. Hirtenlied. Pour 
clarinette si Wmol, flute, hautbois ou 
saxophone alto mi blxnol, avec accom- 
pagnement de piano, [by] E. Dindale. 
[Score (solo instrument and piano) and 
parts for flute and oboe] fr. 2. - © Schott 
freres, Bruxelles; 31Dec49; EFO-3285. 
(Lied, oboe a orchestra, op. 164) Lied; 
pour hautbois, clarinette si bemol ou 
saxophone alto en mi bemol avec ac- 
compagnement de piano, [by] E. Dindale. 
Op. 164. [Score: (oboe and piano) and 
parts for oboe or clarinet] 25 fr. 
© Editions musicales Brogneaux, 
Bruxelies; 8Nov49; EFO-1539. 

DINGLE, DAVID HOWARD. 
Shoot if you must; [a musical comedy], 
music and lyrics by Joan Alice Coyne, 
Dave Dingle, Follett Hodgkins, Dick 
Suchman [and] John Timmerman. 
[Piano-vocal score] © Broadcast Music, 
inc.. New York; 30Nov49; EP43292. 
Appl. states Lazy daydreams prev. reg. 
as Dreaming my lazy daydreams; Sep47; 
EU99160. 

DISC^POLO, ENRIQUE SANTOS. 
Petit cafe de Buenos -Aires. SEE 
Mores, Mariano. Cavetfn de Buenos 
Aires. 

DISHER, HUGH BRYAN. 1897- 
Empty room. SEE Weston, G. W. 

DITTMAN, ROBERT. 
I'll love just you; words and music by 
Robert Dittman. 35£ © Robert Dittman, 
Springfield. Ohio; 8Jun50; EP47043. 

DI VITO, ANGELO. 
So deep in my heart. SEE Tobin, Louis. 

DI VTTO-DELVAUX, BERTHE. SEE 
Vito-Delvaux, Berthe di, 1915- 

DIVO, L. N., pseud. SEE 
Donvil, L. NT 

DKON, DICK E. 
Upon the cross. SEE Leatart, A. L. 

DDCON, REG. 
I've started courtin 1 ; composed by Reg 
Dixon, words by Greatrex Newman, 
[piano arrangement by Chris Langdon] 
© New World Publishers, ltd. , London; 
20May50; EFO-3405. 
Why can't I? By Reg. Dixon, words by 
Greatrex Newman, [piano arr. by Chris 
Langdon] l/- © New World Publishers. 
ltd. , London; 28Feb50; EFO-1969. 

DJABADARY. HERACLIUS. 1891-1937. 
Lecouri; danse georglenne pour piano, 
[by] H. Djabadary. Paris, Durand; 
Philadelphia. Elkmn-Vogel. © Chotha 
Djabadary; 22Sep49; EFO-1393 
Navrouli; danse caucasienne, no. 6, pour 
piano, [by] H. Djabadary. Op. 31. Paris, 
Durand; Philadelphia. Elkan-Vogel. 
© Chotha Djabadary; 22Sep49; EFO-1394. 

DOBAL, CRISTOBAL. 
Ya te olvide; bolero, letra y musica de 
Cristobal Dobal, arr. de Pepe Delgado. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] $0. 50 © Peer y Cia. , 
s. 1., Habana; llMay50; EF0-3301. 

[DOBER, CONRAD K ] 1891-1938 

The continental; by Con Conrad [pseud. ], 
transcribed by David Broeckman. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] S3. 50 © on arrangement; Harms, 
inc New York; 15Feb50; EP44411. 
Midnight in Paris. SEE Magidson, 
Herb. Here's to romance. 

DOBRAUZ, CARL, 1900- 
Duo's fur zwei Gitarren. SEE Rebay, 
Ferdinand. 



DOBYNS, ZIPPORAH POTTINGER, 1927- 
Dedication. SEE Frey, Erik. 

DOCKER, ROBERT, 1918- 
Pimzicato minuet; [by] Robert Docker. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © W. Paxton & Co. , ltd. » London; 
7Dec49; EFO-2468. 

DODD, LILLIE-MAYES. 
Chaconne. SEE Handel. G. F. 
Etude in five -beat measure. SEE 

AlpheYaky, Achilles. 
Gypsy skirts. SEE Sells, Frances. 
The ice cream vendor. SEE Mitchell, 

C. P. 
Parade of the toys. SEE Hearn, E. F. 
Siesta. SEE Bown, P. B. 
Tango at twilight. SEE Vandevere, J. L. 
3 piano pieces with words. SEE 

Hawkins, Margaret. 
Two short piano pieces. SEE Rebikov, 

V. I. 

DODDY-TORTILUNA, pseud . SEE 
Combes, Adolphe, 1899- 

DOfiNS, pseud . SEE 
F eld man, umile, 1902- 

DOERING, HECTOR ADOLPHE FRANCOIS. 
Ballet egyptien. SEE Luigini, Alexandre. 
Verse-moi du champagne. SEE Gotlib, 
Dynah. 

DOFLEIN. ERICH. 1900- 
Vier und zwanzig kleine EtQden. SEE 
Hflssler, J. W. 

DOHERTY, ROBERT JOHN, 1912- 
I'm a railroad signalman; by Bob Doherty. 
(In The signalman's journal, v. 31, no. 2, 
p747) [For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols] © Signalman's Journal, 
Chicago; 15Feb50; EP46317. 

DOIN, GASTON, 1879- 

* Melodies romantiques; [by] Gaston Doin, 
sur des poesies de A. de Musset et de 
Ch. Baudelaire. 40 fr. © Alphonse 
Leduc a cie, Paris; Uan50; EF0-1689. 



DOLAN, ROBERT EMMETT, 1908- 
(Texas, li'l darlin') It's great to be alive; 
[from] Texas, li'l darlin', words by 
Johnny Mercer, music by Robert Emmett 
Do Ian. New York, Chappell & Co. 
© Johnny Mercer a Robert Emmett 
Dolan; 23Jan50; EP43904. 

(Texas, li'l darlin') The big movie show 
in the sky; from the musical play, 
Texas, li'l darlin'; four mixed voices, 
S.A.T.B., arr. by Claude Williams. 
Words by Johnny Mercer, music by 
Robert Emmet Dolan New York, Chap- 
pell. (Chappell's vocal library of part 
songs, 5th ser. , 2165) [With piano ace. ] 
20£ © on arrangement; Johnny Mercer 
a Robert Emmett Dolan; 31Dec49; 
EP46093. 

DOLEN, FRANCES. 

The tender bartender. SEE Vincent, 
Larry. 

DOLEN, TADE. 
The tender bartender. SEE Vincent, 
Larry. 

DOMINGUEZ, ABEL. 
Conchita cintr6n; paso doble, letra y 
musica de Abel Domfnguez. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] © Promotora Hispano Ameri- 
cana de Musica, s.a., Mexico; 23Jan50; 
EFO-1473. 

Still in my heart. Tormento. English 
lyric by Patricia Peale, music and 
Spanish lyric by Abel Dominguez. 
© on English lyric; Peer International 
Corp., New York; 30Dec49; EP43837. 



Tu engaflo; beguine, musica y orquest- 
acl6n de: Abel Domfnguez, letra de: 
Antonio Zendejas. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s. a. , Mexico; 27Apr50; 
EF0-3322. 

DOMINGUEZ, EDMUNDO. 
Loca pasi6n; bolero, de Edmundo Domin- 
guez, arreglo de Jaime L6pez. [Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] © Editorial Mexicana de 
Musica Internacional, s. a. , Mexico; 
30Nov49; EF0-3135. 

DOMINGUEZ, ERNESTO. 
Mis quince aflos; Maria Antonieta. vals 
de E. Dominguez. For piano. © Pro- 
motora Hispano Americana de Musica, 
s.a., Mexico; 20Dec49; EFO-1358. 
Se casa mi negra; danz6n, musica y 
orquestaci6n de Ernesto Domfnguez. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Promotora Hispano Americana 
de Musica, s. a. , Mexico; 12Apr50; 
EF0-2735. 

DOMINGUEZ, MIGUEL MARTINEZ. SEE 
Martinez Dominguez, Miguel. 

DOMINGUEZ B ALBERTO. 

(Humanidad) Sempre cosi; beguine, testo 
originale e musica di A. Domfnguez, 
testo italiano di Larici-Poletto. Humani- 
dad. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © on Italian 
lyrics; Edizioni Southern Music, Milano; 
3Feb50; EF0-3568. 

DONX, RINO, pseud. SEE 



Olivares, Am 



pseud , 
ledeo, 1 



916- 



DONAHUE, DONALD A 1918- 

A girl from Springfield City; words [by] 
Bob Myers [and] Jack Roddy. Music 
[by] Don Donahue [and] Jack Roddy. 
© on changed words; Ralph Eugene Rollins, 
Jr. a John Mark Roddy; 30Jan50; 
EP43978. 
A girl from Springfield city; words [by] 
Bob Myers [and] Jack Roddy, music [by] 
Don Donahue [and] Jack Roddy. © on 
new words; Ralph Eugene Rollins, Jr & 
John Mark Roddy; 20Mar50; EP45041. 

DONALDSON, HELEN. 
Hawaiian sky; words and music by Lani 
Mclntire and Helen Donaldson. © Alamo 
Music, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
7Jun50; EP47209. 

DONALDSON, HELEN R 1904- 

Until He lifts the clouds; [by] Helen R. 
Donaldson, [words by] H. R. D. [Close 
score: SATB] © Helen R. Donaldson; 
7Jun50; EP47504. 

DONALDSON, WALTER, 1893-1947. 
Beside a babbling brook; music by Walter 
Donaldson, piano arrangement by Henry 
Levine. (Gotham classics, no. 103) 50£ 
© on arrangement; Remick Music Corp. , 
New York; 6jan50; EP43634. 

DONATH, GUSTAV, 1878- 
Die Sonatine. SEE Scholz, E. C. 

DONATH, JENO. 

Yankee glory; [by] Jeno Donath. [Score: 
orchestra] © on arrangement; Theodore 
Pressor Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 2Feb50; 
EU193048. 

Yankee glory; choral medley [by] Jeno 
Donath. [Score: TTBB and piano] 20? 
© on arrangement; Theodore Presser 
Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 24Mar50; 
EP45203. 
DONATO. 
A media lux. When lights are low. Music 
by Don at o, lyric by Dorothy Swank, [ar- 
rangement and instruction] by [Betty B. 
Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu advanced 
harmony note course for Hawaiian and 
electric guitar, [lesson] 69PT) [English 
words] © on arrangement a instruction; 
Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 8Jul49; 
EP43478. 



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DONATO. ANTHONY. 1909- 

The bewildered giant; piano solo by 
Anthony Dona to. 35? © Clayton F. 
Sum my Co. . Chicago; 13FebS0; EP44460. 
♦Drag & run; for B flat clarinet, violin 1, 
violin 2 k. violoncello, by Anthony Donate 
$1. 75 [Score and parts] © The compos- 
ers Press, inc. , New York; 30Mar50 
(In notice: 1949) EP45263. 

Idle thought; a piano solo, by Anthony 
Donate 35£ © Clayton F. Summy Co. , 
Chicago; 13Feb50; EP44461. 
Judy and the gulls; SSA a cappella, by 
Anthony Donato, [poem by Jeanne 
DeLamarter] (Secular choral music, 
women's voices, 4156) [With piano 
reduction] 20£ © Clayton F. Summy Co. , 
Chicago; 10Apr50; EP45488. 

Little soldiers; piano solo by Anthony 
Donato. 30£ © The Boston Music Co. , 
Boston; 23May50; EP46785. 

Quiet waters; a piano solo, by Anthony 
Donato. 35£ © Clayton F. Summy Co. , 
Chicago; 13Feb50; EP44462. 

Snow-covered fields; piano solo by 
Anthony Donato. 30? © The Boston 
Music Co., Boston; 13Apr50; EP45671. 

The spider web; piano solo by Anthony 
Donato. 30f © The Boston Music Co. , 
Boston; 12Apr50; EP45618. 

DONEDDU, ARTURO, 1885- 

Alza! morena; paso-doble-seguidilla, 
[by] Arturo Doneddu. (With his Tierra 
andaluza) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © A. Doneddu, 
Paris; 4Feb50; EFO-2481. 

La fee cubaine. La bella cubana. Rumba 
Serenade, paroles espagnoles de Don 
Barreto, paroles franchises de Roger 
Toussaint, musique de Arturo Doneddu. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 
30Dec49 (in notice: 1950); EFO-2477. 

Palestina; bolero [by] De Nod [pseud. ] 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © A. Doneddu; Paris; 
4Feb50; EFO-2480. 

Tierra andaluza; paso-doble flamenco, 
[by] Arturo Doneddu. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © A. 
Doneddu. Paris; 4Feb50; EFO-2481. 

DONIDA-LABAT1, CARLO, 1920- 
Eho; [fox trot, musica e arranglamento dl] 
Carlo Donida. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Radio record 
Ricordi, Milano; 22Dec49; EFO-3584. 
Neon; [fox trot, musica e arranglamento 
di] Carlo Donida. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Radio 
record Ricordi, Milano; 22Dec49; 
EFO-3585. 
Sentirti sussurrar; tango. Versi di 
Aulanti [pseud. ], musica di C. Bacal 
[pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Radio record Ricordi, Milano; 
20Apr50; EF0-3333. 

DONIZETTI, GAETANO. 
Donizetti. SEE Fraccaroli, Arnaldo. 

DONNA MARIA, pseud . 
La coqueta. The flirt; written and com- 
posed by Donna Maria. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols; melody also 
in tonic sol-fa notation; English words] 
© Cinephonic Music Co. , ltd. , London; 
13Feb50; EF0-3081. 

DONNELLY, DOROTHY, 1880-1928. 
Serenade. SEE Romberg, Sigmund. The 

student prince. 
Silver moon. SEE Romberg, Sigmund. 

My Maryland. 
A tribute to Romberg. SEE Romberg, 

Sigmund. 

DONNELLY, RICHARD. 
Come hither with your zither; words & 
music by Max Miller, Art Noel [pseud. ] 
& Richard Donnelly. 1/ © Keith, Prowse 
tCo., ltd., London; 9Jan50 ; EF0-1 169. 



Little backyard cowboy; by Art Noel 
[pseud. ] and Richard Donnelly. [For 
voice and piano, with ukulele diagrams 
and chord symbols; melody also In tonic 
sol-fa notation] © Francis, Day 4 
Hunter, ltd., London; 7Feb50; EFO-2009. 

[DONVIL. L N ] 

Red dragons. [Dragons rouges. Rode 
drake n J Music and words by L. N. Divo 
[pseud. ] © Editions L. Donvll, Bruxelles; 
20Dec49; EFO-1164. 

DOOLEY, MAGGIE, 1904- 
Life's harvest; words and music by 
Ferriday Dooley. 2/- © Mrs. M. 
Dooley (in notice: Ferriday Dooley); 
5Aug49 ; EF0-1406. 

DORENDORF, MARY. 
My Idaho mountain home; words and music 
by Mary Dorendorf. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood. Calif.; 9Aug49; EP46188. 

DORING, ERNEST NICOLAS. 

*The Guadagnini family of violin makers, 

fPub. in Violins and violinists] 335 p. 

illus. © on full-length book version; 

William Lewis k Son, Chicago; 21Dec49; 

A39952. 

DORMOY, ALICE JOYAU- SEE 
Joyau-Dormoy, Alice. 

DORNEL, ANTOINE. 
(Suite, flute & continuo, no. 1) Premiere 
suite; pour la flute traversiere (violon ou 
hautbois) avec la basse, [by] Antoine 
Dornel. Recueiilie et realisee par 
Pauline Aubert. (Musiques franchises, 9) 
[Score (flute & piano) and part] © Edouard 
Richli, feditions du siecle musical, 
Geneve; lMar50; EF0-2992. 

DORNFEST, RICHARD JAY, 1925- 
Melody; words and music by Richard 
Dornfest. © Prints Music Co. , New 
York; 24May50; EP46755. 



D'ORSARA, pseud. 
I, Rlccar< 



Morbelli, 



SEE 

ccardo, 1907- 



DORSEY, PIERRE. , 
Dreyfus, Pierre, 1 



SEE 



DORSEY, THOMAS A 
Ev'ry day will be Sunday by and by, for 
choir and chorus, by Thomas A. Dorsey 
[Hymn, with music] 15£ © Thomas A. 
Dorsey, Chicago, lNov47, EP44095. 
Appl states prev reg. 10ct47, EU97906. 
God be with you; by Artelia W. Hutchins 
and Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with 
music] 15? © Thomas A. Dorsey, Chi- 
cago; 10Oct40; EP44386. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 21Sep40; EU231636. 
He is risen, for He's living in my soul; 
[by] Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with 
music] © Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; 
lMar41; EP46128. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 19Feb41, EU247899. 
How about you? Words and music by 
Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with music] 
© Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; 20Dec41; 
EP44670. Appl. states prev. reg. 
10Dec41, EU278339. 
I am on the battle-field for my Lord. 

SEE Banks, E. V. 
I can depend on Jesus, He can depend on 
me; by Thomas A. Dorsey, [words by] 
Sallie Martin. [Hymn, with music] 
© Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; 28Dec41; 
EP47467. Appl. states prev. reg. 
19Dec41, EU279097. 
I claim Jesus first and that's enough 

for me. SEE Ruffner, Elmer. 
I want Je.°us on the road I travel; by 
Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with music] 
© Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; Uun42; 
EP47469. 
If Jesus bore His cross, so can I; words 
by Lucelia Sebastian, music by Thomas 
A. Dorsey. © Thomas A. Dorsey, 
Chicago; 10ct38; EP46872. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 8Sep38, EU176439. 



If we never needed the Lord before, we 

sure do need Him now; for chorus or 

choir, by Thomas A Dorsey. [Hymn. 

with music] 15C © Thomas A. Dorsey, 

Chicago, lSep43, EP44096 Appl. states 

prev. reg. I6jul43. EU340509. 
I'll never turn back, by Thomas A Dorsey 
[Hymn, with music] 15C © Thomas A. 
Dorsey, Chicago, lApr44, EP44094. 
Appl. states prev reg 4Feb44, EU362686. 
I'll tell it wherever I go; solo or chorus, 
by Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with 
music] © Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; 
lDec38; EP44869. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 2Nov38; EU180604. 

I'm goln' to wait until my change shall 
come; for chorus and choir, by Thomas 
A. Dorsey. 15? © Thomas A. Dorsey, 
Chicago; lMay44; EP46129. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 10 Apr 44; EU372815. 

I'm going to live the life I sing about 
in my song; [by] Thomas A. Dorsey. 
[Hymn, with music] © Thomas A. 
Dorsey; Uun41; EP46776. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 31May41, EU260063. 

I'm going to walk right in and make my- 
self at home; by Thos. A. Dorsey. 20£ 
© Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; 1 Dec 3 8; 
EP44384. Appl. states prev. reg. 
23Nov38; EU181316. 

Inside the beautiful gate; by Thomas A. 
Dorsey, [words by] Sallie Martin [and 
Thomas A. Dorsey) [Hymn, with music] 
© Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; lApr50; 
EP46127. Appl. states prev. reg. 
16 Mar 50, EU197198. 

Just one step; for choir, chorus or solo, 
by Thomas A. Dorsey. 20£ © Thomas 
A. Dorsey, Chicago; lMar50; EP44854. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 6Feb50, 
EU192929. 

The Lord knows just what I need; by 
Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with music] 
© Thomas A. Dorsey. Chicago; lMar42; 
EP46126. Appl. states prev. reg. 
26Feb42, EU286752. 

Old ship of Zion; revival song, solo or 
chorus, words [and] arr. by Thomas 
A. Dorsey. © Thomas A. Dorsey, 
Chicago; 24May50; EP46871. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 18May50, EU204281. 

Remember me; We shall be remembered 
by our works, words and music by 
Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with music] 
© Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; 1 Apr 39; 
EP47468. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Mar39, EU189946. 

Take my hand, precious Lord; words and 
arr. by Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, 
with music] © Thomas A. Dorsey, 
Chicago; 12Dec38; EP44710. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 2Nov38, EU 180605. 

Thank You all the days of my life; arr. 
by Thomas A. Dorsey for choir, chorus 
or soloist. 15£ © Thomas A. Dorsey, 
Chicago; 20Dec46; EP46125. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 15Dec46, EU45277. 

There is no friend like Jesus; words and 
music by Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, 
with music] © Thomas A. Dorsey; 
lMar50; EP44798. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 23Feb50, EU194567. 

There's a God somewhere; [by] Thomas A. 

Dorsey. [Hymn, with music] © Thomas 

A. Dorsey, Chicago; 250ct42; EP46130. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 20ct42. 

EU311921. 
Today; evening song, words and music by 

Thomas A. Dorsey. [Hymn, with music) 

© Thomas A. Dorsey, Chicago; lMay39; 

EP44385. Appl. states prev. reg. 

24Apr39; EU195030. 
Walking up the King's highway; mixed 

voices, choir, quartette, with soprano 

obligato; arr. and verses by Mary 

Gardner [and] Thomas A. Dorsey. 

Chicago, T.A. Dorsey. © Thomas A. 

Dorsey & Mary Gardner; lApr40; 

EP45085. 



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When I've done my best; by Thomas A. 

Dorsey. [Hymn, with music] © Thomas 

A. Dorsey, Chicago; lMay39; EP44668. 

Appl. states prev. reg. 12Apr39, 

EU192006. 
When the gates swing open, let me in; 

words and music by Thomas A. Dorsey. 

(Hymn, with music] © Thomas A. Dor- 
sey. Chicago; 20Dec41; EP44667. Appl. 

states prev. reg. 10Dec41, EU278342. 
Your sins will find you out; for choir, 

chorus or solo, by Thomas A. Dorsey. 

[Hymn, with music] 15£ © Thomas A. 

Dorsey, Chicago; lMar46; EP47466. 

Appl. states prev. reg. HFeb46, 

EU6314. 

DOTRAS VILA, JUAN. 1900- 
Calesa goyesca. [Travelers in Goya's 
time], by Juan Dotras Vila. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Reinbert fc Co. , inc. , New York; 
30Aug49; EFO-1528. 

D'Artagnan en Espafla. [D'Artagnan in 
Spain], by Juan Dotras Vila. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Reinbert & Co. , inc. , New York; 
15Nov49; EF0-1530. 

Parador de los gitanos. [Gipsy inn], 
by Juan Dotras Vila. [Piano- conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Reinbert 
& Co., inc.. New York; 1Nov49; 
EF0-1534. 

DOUBINSKY, WLADIMIR, 1909- 
Chanson des rues; valse, paroles de 
Georges Tabet, musique de Wladimir 
Doubinsky. © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
28Dec49; EF0-1703. 



DOUCET, HENRI, 1909- 
Yo tambien sofle. SEE Canaro, Rafael. 

DOUGLAS, BERT. 
Why? SEE Azzara, B. M. 

[DOUGLAS, MRS. LEWIS] 1916- 
The meaning of a lonely heart; lyric by 
Betty Peterson [pseud, ], music by 
Kathleen Nolan [pseud. ] © Blasco Music, 
inc. , Kansas City, Mo. ; 26May50; 
EP46863. Appl. states prev. reg. 
18Nov49, EU185529. 

DOUGLAS, ROY, 1907- 
Music for children. SEE Walton, W. T. 
Duets for children. 

DOUGLAS, SALLIE HUME. 
Folio w the Lamb; [by] Sallie Hume Doug- 
las, [words by] Gilbert Greathouse. 
© on words; Gilbert Greathouse; 16Jan50; 
EP44777. 

DOUGLAS. SHERREN, pseud. SEE 
Harding, Phyllis Beatrice. 1906- 

DOUSE, KENNETH. 
Defenders of freedom; march, (by] 
Kenneth Douse. [Condensed score (band) 
and parts] $1.25 © Carl Fischer, inc.. 
New York; 30Dec49; EP43280. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Merchant Marine 
march (Defenders of freedom), 24Apr47; 
EU49834. 

DOW. MARGARET WHITNEY. 
Fantasia on God rest you merry, gentle- 
men; by Margaret Whitney Dow. (St. 
Cecilia series of compositions for the 
organ, no. 752) 75V? © The H. W. Gray 
Co.. inc.. New York; 5Jan50; EP43605. 

DOWELL, HORACE KIRBY. 1904- 
The canasta song; by Clyde McCoy, Cliff 
Parmen, Jimmy Krum [and] Saxie 
Dowell. [For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols) © Al Gallico Music Co. , inc. . 
New York; 3Mar50; EP45108. 

DOWN TO SOUTHERN TEXAS LAND; words 
by Engelbert Knoepfle, [melody from a 
German folksong] [For piano, with 
words] © on words; Englebert Knoepfle; 
17Jan50; EP43583. 



DOWNEY, FAIRFAX. 1893- 
Song of Haga. SEE Bellman. CM. 

DOWNEY, MORTON, 1904- 
I've been a stranger in my Father's 
house. SEE Selsman, Victor. 

DOYLE. RONALD E. 
We were like perfect strangers. SEE 
Hall, David. 

DRABEK, KARL FRIEDRICH KURT, 

1912- 

Komm, lass Dich umarmen. SEE 
Kludas, G. O. E. 

DRAKE, ALFRED. 
Out of sight, out of mind. SEE Mundy, 

John. The liar. 
What's in a name? SEE Mundy, John. 
The liar. 

DRAKE, ERVINM., 1919- 
Across the meadow and over the hill. SEE 
Mendelsohn, Jack. 

Au revoir. SEE Stein, S. A. 
The flying Dutchman. SEE 

Mendelsohn, Jack. 
I wuv a wabbit. SEE Martell, Paul. 

May I take two giant steps? SEE 

Mendelsohn, Jack. 
Pudgy, the whistling piggy. SEE 

Mendelsohn, Jack. 

Thunder in my heart. SEE Mendelsohn, 
Jack. 



DRAKE, MILTON, 1912- 
If we could be a-1-o-n-e. 
Livingston, Jerry. 



SEE 



DRECHSEL, BUSSE, 1888- 
Jeg takker dig, gud; ungdomsdigt af Robert 
Storm Petersen, musik af Busse Drechsel. 
[Score (obbligato violin, voice and piano) 
and part for violin] © Wllhe lm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, K/dbenhavn; 30Nov49; 
EFO-2423. 

DREI NEUE SAMBA-SCHLAGER. Mit 
Tanxanleitung. [Berlin], Capriccio- 
Muslkverlag [1949] Contents separately 
registered: EF0-1 831 -1832, 1964. 

DREJAC, J. , pseud. SEE 
Brun, Jean AJidre, 1921- 

DRESSER. PAUL. 
My gal Sal; words and music by Paul 
Dresser, arr by F Henri Klickmann 
[For piano, with words] 35C © on simpli- 
fied arrangement; Paull-Pioneer Music 
Corp , New York; I6jan50, EP44253 
On the banks of the Wabash, words and 
music by Paul Dresser, arr by F. 
Henri Klickmann [For piano, with 
words] 35C © on simplified arrangement; 
Paull-Pioneer Music Corp , New York; 
I6jan50, EP44256. 

DREW, EVALENA MAY, 1872-1950. 
(The creative Word) My soul doth magnify 
the Lord; aria from the oratorio. The 
creative Word, by Evalena May Drew. 
[Biblical words] © Evalena May Drew, 
Wilder, Idaho; 10Feb50; EP44293. 

DREYER, DAVE. SEE 
Lang, Robert, pseud. 

[DREYFUS, PIERRE] 1909- 
Bras dessus, bras dessous; une chanson 
de Michel Emer [pseud. ] et Pierre 
Dorsey [pseud. ] [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Michel Emer & 
Pierre Dorsey; lDec49; EF0-1579 

Ma blonde. SEE Rosenstein. Michel. 

Tourbillon; paroles et musique de Pierre 
Dorsey [pseud. ] © Editions Auber, 
Paris; !4Mar50; EFO-2755. 



Trois fois merci; une chanson de Michel 
Emer [pseud. ] et Pierre Dorsey [pseud. ] 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Michel Emer & Pierre Dorsey; lDec49; 
EFO-1580. 

Yasmina; paso-doble, paroles & musique 
de Pierre Dorsey [pseud. ] [Piano- con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 30Dec49 
(in notice: 1950); EFO-2438. 

DRIGGS. COLLINS. 
Twinkle toes; a modern solo for Hammond 
organ, [by] Collins Driggs. 75£ 
© Ethel Smith Music Corp. , New York; 
10May50; EP46618. 

DRIGO. RICCARDO. 1846-1930. 
Why? SEE Azzara. B. M. 

DRINKER, HENRY SANDWITH. 1880- 

Jesus schlSLft, was soil ich hoffen? 

SEE Bach, J. S. 
Psalm 29. SEE Schiitz, Heinrich. 

DRINKWATER. JOHN. 

Anthony Crundle, R. I. P. SEE Read, 
J.E. E. 

DROZE, JACQUES JEAN, 1926- 
Si par hasard. SEE Came, Josee. 

DRUON, MAURICE. 
Le chant de la liberation. SEE 
Marly, Anna. 

DRURY. CHARLES. 
I thought she was a local but she was a 

fast express. SEE Stone r, M. S. 
Seflor; words and music by Charles Drury. 

© Concert Music Pub. Co. , New York; 

10Apr50; EP45891. 

DRZEWIECKI, PRZEMYSLAW. 
La Java du coup de sifflet. SEE 
Antonevitch, Berg. 

DUARTE MATOS, ANGEL. 1912- 
A la United Cafe; son montuno, [by] Angel 
Duarte (Sinsonte de Oro) [Arr. G. 
Jimenez] [Piano -conductor score: 
orchestra, with words] © Angel Duarte 
Matos; 3Jul49; EFO-1021. 
Hay que dejarse de cuento; guaracha, letra 
y musica de Angel Duarte, arr. : Fumero 
y Jimenez. [Piano -conductor score: 
orchestra, with words] © Angel Duarte 
Matos; 9Aug49; EFO-1022. 

DUBBE, ENID ADAIR. 1942- 
Tiny tunes for piano; by [Enid Adair 
DubbeJ © Enid Dubbe; 23Jan50; EP44144. 

DUBROW, WILL. 
Let's try again; words by Will Dubrow and 
Bert Davis, music by Will Dubrow. 
© Beacon Music Co., Joe Davis, owner. 
New York; 13Feb50; EP44592. 

DUBUS, HERMIN, 1875- 
Chansons des jours heureux. SEE 
Richepin, T. F. D. 

Chants de la vie et du reve. SEE 
Richepin, T. F. D. 

DUCHOW, LAWRENCE. 
Blonde Charlie; by Lawrence Duchow. 
(In his Melodies, p. 34-35) (For piano, 
wRh guitar diagrams and chord symbols) 
© Hill k Range Songs, inc. , Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 20Apr50; EP46427. 
Cinderella polka; by Lawrence Duchow 
and Ray Wolf . (In his Melodies, 
p. 12-13) [For piano, with guitar dia- 
grams and chord symbols] © Hill & 
Range Songs, inc. , Beverly Hills. 
Calif.; 20Apr50; EP46418. 

In paradise; by Lawrence Duchow. 
(In his Melodies, p. 8-9) [For piano, 
wTTh guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc. , Beverly 
Hills. Calif.; 20Apr50; EP46416. 



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DUCHOW, LAWRENCE. Cont'd. 

Lover's lane; by Lawrence Duchow. 
(In his Melodies, p. 32-33) [For piano, 
wRfTguitar diagrams and chord symboisj 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc., Beverly 
Hills, Calif. ; 20Apr50; EP46426. 

Melodies; by Lawrence Duchow [and othersj, 
outstanding polkas, waltzes [and] 
schottische. [Compiled by Hill and Range 
Songs, inc. J [Principally for piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 60£ 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc. , Beverly 
Hills, Calif. ; 20Apr50; EP46893. 

Melodies; by Lawrence Duchow. Out- 
standing polkas, waltzes, schottische. 
Beverly Hills, Calif.. Hill & Range 
Songs [1950] [Primarily for piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 60£ 
Partial contents separately registered: 
EP46416-46427. 

Oh Clara! By Lawrence Duchow and Ollie 
Landgraf. (In his Melodies, p. 16-18) 
[For piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols] © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif . ; 20Apr50; 
EP46420. 

Peanuts landler; by Lawrence Duchow. 
(In his Melodies, p. 14-15) [For piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc., Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 20Apr50; EP46419. 

Ravino waltz; by Lawrence Duchow. 
(In his Melodies, p 22-23) [For piano, 
wTTh guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc. , Beverly 
Hills, Calif., 20Apr50; EP46422. 

Red raven schottische; by Lawrence 
Duchow. (In his Melodies, p. 20-21) 
[For piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols] © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 20Apr50; 
EP46421. 

Up in heaven, [by] Lawrence Duchow and 
Earl Dehert. (In his Melodies, p 26-28) 
[For piano, witTTguTlar diagrams and 
chord symbols] © Hill & Range Songs, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 20Apr50; 
EP46424. 

When I come; by Lawrence Duchow. (In 
his Melodies, p. 24-25) [For piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Hill it Range Songs, inc. , Beverly 
Hills, Calif ; 20Apr50; EP46423. 

Yes, yes, polka; by Lawrence Duchow. 
(In his Melodies, p. 10-11) [For piano, 
wTTh guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc. , Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 20Apr50; EP46417. 

Zephyr waltz; by Lawrence Duchow. 
(In his Melodies p. 30-31) [For piano, 
wTTh guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Hill & Range Songs, inc. , Beverly 
Hills, Calif.; 20Apr50; EP46425. 



DUCHOW, MARVIN. 1914- 
Chant intime; pour piano, de Marvin Du- 
chow. 60? © BMI Canada, ltd. , Toronto; 
25May50; EF0-3283. 



DUDAN, PIERRE, 1918- 
Aime-moi fort; fox-chante. 



Paroles de 



Pierre Dudan, musique de Pierre Dudan 
et Henri Leca. © Let Nouveiles Editions 
Meridian, Paris; 28Dec49; EFO-2280. 

Ciei de Paris; slow, paroles et musique 
de Pierre Dudan. © Les Nouvelles 
Editions Meridian, Paris; lMar50; 
EF0-2865. 

(Monsieur Buffalo-Bill) Buffalo-bill; du 
film, Monsieur Buffalo-Bill, paroles et 
musique Pierre Dudan. © Editions 
Robert Salvet Paris; 28Dec49; EF0-2391. 

(Monsieur Buffalo-Bill) II faut y croire 
encore une fois; du film. Monsieur 
Buffalo -Bill, paroles et musique Pierre 
Dudan. © Editions Robert Salvet, Paris; 
28Dec49; EFO-2392. 



DUDDY, LYN. 1923- 

(Tickets, please) Darn it, baby, that's 
love; from the musical revue Tickets, 
please, by Joan Edwards and Lyn Duddy. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Monmar Music, inc. , New York; 
24Mar50; EP45299. 

(Tickets, please) Restless; [from] Tickets, 
please, by Joan Edwards and Lyn Duddy. 
New York, Chappell. [For voice and 
piano, with ukulele diagrams and chord 
symbols] © Joan Edwards & Lyn Duddy; 
2lApr50; EP46094. 

(Tickets, please) Television's tough on 
love; by Joan Edwards and Lyn Duddy, 
[from] Tickets please. New York, 
Chappell. [For voice and piano, with 
ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Joan Edwards fc Lyn Duddy; lMay50; 
EP46627. 

(Tickets, please) The moment I looked in 
your eyes; [from] Tickets, please, by 
Joan Edwards and Lyn Duddy. New York, 
Chappell. [For voice and piano, with 
ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Joan Edwards & Lyn Duddy; 19Apr50; 
EP46032. 

(Tickets, please) You can't take it with 
you; [from] Tickets, please, by Joan 
Edwards and Lyn Duddy. New York, 
Chappell. [For voice and piano, with 
ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Joan Edwards & Lyn Duddy; 19Apr50; 
EP46033. 

DUDOUIS, RAY. 1893- 
Paree! Paree! SEE Lanzone, Mario. 

DUBEN, ANDERS. 
Tv! danser; [by] Anders DQben, bearb. : 
Sven E. Svensson. PianostfiLmma och 
partitur. [Condensed score: orchestra] 
1:25 © on arrangement; A. -b. Nordiska 
musikfSrlaget, Stockholm; Uan48; 
EF15598. 

DUFAY, GUILLAUME, d. 1474. 
La belle se sied; d'aprFs une chanson 
populaire du XVe siecle, transcription 
pour choeur mixte par Jacques Chaiiley, 
musique de Guillaume Dufay. [Unacc. ] 
© on transcription; Rouart, Lerolle & 
cie, Paris; 27Dec49; EFO-2413. 

DUFFIELD, GEORGE. 
Stand up, stand up for Jesus. SEE 
Webb, G. J. 

DUGGAN, EILEEN. 
The oxen. SEE Franchi, D. A. 

DUHIG, LOUIS. 
Dimples or dumplin's. SEE Berry, Ruby. 

DUJARDIN, EDOUARD. 
Trois chansons dansantes. SEE 
Baron, Maurice. 

DUKAS, PAUL, 1865-1935. 

*(L'apprenti sorcier) The sorcerer's 
apprentice; [by] Paul Dukas, [after a 
Ballade by Goethe], transcribed for the 
piano by Gyorgy Sandor. (Schirmer's 
Library of musical classics, v. 1738) 
$1.25 © on transcription; G. Schirmer, 
inc.. New York; 31Mar50; EP45739. 

DUKE, JOHN WOODS, 1899- 
The bird; [by] John Duke, [words by] 
Elinor Wylie. (In his Two songs, p. 4-6) 
© G. Schirmer, "Inc. , New York; 
30Dec49; EP43832. 
Here in this spot with you; for voice and 
piano, by John Duke, [words by Robert 
Nathan] 50£ © G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 30Dec49; EP43810. 

Little elegy; [by] John Duke, [words by] 
Elinor Wylie. (In his Two songs, p. 2-3) 
© G. Schirmer, "inc. , New York; 30Dec49; 
EP43831. 

Two songs; by John Duke, [words by] 
Elinor Wylie] New York, G. Schirmer 
[1949] 50P Contents separately registered: 
EP43831-43832. 



Velvet shoes; [from] Two lyrics by Elinor 
Wylie, set for voice and piano [by] John 
Duke. 60£ © R. D. Row Music Co. , 
Boston; 1 Mar 50; EP44609. 

Viennese waltz; [from] two lyrics by 
Elinor Wylie, set for voice and piano 
[by] John Duke. 60? © R. D. Row 
Music Co., Boston; lMar50; EP44608. 

DULEU, EDMOND, 1909- 
La valse de chez moi; paroles de Michel 
Clair [pseud. ] & Rubert [pseud. ], 
musique de Edmond Duleu & Michel 
Clair. © Editions Mondia, s. a. , Paris; 
10Dec49; EFO-2741. 

DUMAS, JEAN, 1926- 
Cherife), Je t'aime; tango, paroles [and] 
musique de Francis Ferr [pseud. ] et 
Jean Dumas. © Editions Jean Dumas, 
Marseille, France; 2Jan50 (in notice: 
1949); EFO-1667. 
Dis moi, je t'aime. SEE 
Ferrandino, Francis. 

DUMAS, ROGER, 1897- 
Attente; chanson patiente, paroles de 
Jean Manse, musique de Roger Dumas. 
© Bousquet & Paul Beuscher, Paris; 
15Jun41 (in notice: 1942); EF15174. 
J'ai le sour ire chevalin; paroles de 
Jean Manse, musique de Roger Dumas. 
© E. Bousquet & Editions Paul Beuscher, 
Paris; Uun44; EF15173. 

[DUMBLETON, EVA ETHEL MARTYN] 

1909- 

Forever and a day; song, words and melody 
by Eva Martyn [pseud.], arr. by Geoffrey 
Blackmore. © Eva E. Martyn Dumbleton; 
lMar50; EF15478. 

DUMBO, pseud . SEE 
Poletto, Enzo Luigi, 1906- 

DUMLAO, FELIE J 
Mahal ko. My love; a Filipino love song, 
words and music by Felie J. Dumlao. 
© Felie J. Dumlao, Honolulu; 31Dec40; 
EP44009. 

DUNBAR, PAUL LAURENCE. 
Songs of separation. SEE Still, W. G. 

DUNCAN, CARLYLE. 1893- 
I ain't gonna grieve my Lord no more; for 
four -part chorus of men's voices, a 
cappella. Negro spiritual arr. by 
Carlyle Duncan. (Choral compositions. 
2743) 18C © on arrangement; The Boston 
Music Co. . Boston; 8Feb50; EP44400. 

DUNCAN, HAROLD ELLSWORTH. 
Forever, my darling; by Harold Duncan. 
[For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols] © Dana Music Co. , inc. , 
New York; 25Apr50 (in notice: 1949); 
EP45580. 

DUNCAN. RONALD FREDERICK HENRY. 

1914- 

A wedding anthem. SEE Britten, Benjamin. 

DUNCAN, SELWYTH. 1924- 
Monica. SEE Mark, H. H. 

DUNCAN, TREVOR. 
High heels; [by] Trevor Duncan. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© J. R. Lafleur & Son, ltd. , London; 
19May50; EF0-3324. 

DUNFORD, JESSIE WARNER. 
Never the same to me, words and music 
by Jessie Warner Dunford. © California 
Pub. Co., Los Angeles; 12Dec49; 
EP43687. 
Ring out, Christmas bells; words and 
music by Jessie Warner Dunford. 
© California Pub. Co., Los Angeles; 
12Nov49; EP43686. 

DUNGAN, OLIVE. SEE 
Pullen, Olive Dungan, 1903- 



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DUNHAM, BY. 
Altar in the pines. SEE Sanders, Paul. 
Cotton candy and a toy balloon. SEE 

Allen, Steve. 
Walk with a wiggle. SEE Nichols, 

Red. 
Who's who. SEE Fisher, Marvin. 

DUNK. JOHANNES HENDRIK, 1909- 
Cooroo-cooroo-cooroo; rhumba, English 

words by Jack Miller, Spanish words 

by Alfredo Zmigrod, music by Han Dunk. 

London, Magna Music. © on English 

lyric; Metro Musiek Maatschappij; 

19Dec49 (in notice: 1948); EF0-1750. 

Appl. states prev. reg. as In Santa 

Monica. 
Haal je hart op in Havana. SEE Wiersema, 

Dick. 
Hula loe. SEE Zmigrod, Alfredo. 
Suzy, oh Suzy. SEE Scheffer, Johannes. 

DUNN. LESTER L 1912- 

God shall be first; [by] Lester L. Dunn, 

(words by] Mendel Taylor. [Hymn, with 

music] €> Lester L. Dunn; lFeb50; 

EP44347. 
He holds my hand; by Lester L. Dunn. 

[Close score: SATB] 150 © Lester L. 

Dunn; lFeb50; EP44169. 
Lord, I let go; [by] Lester L. Dunn, 

[words by] Mendel Taylor. [Hymn, with 

music] © Lester L. Dunn; lFebSO; 

EP44346. 
Savior divine; by Lester L. Dunn. [Close 

score: SATB) 150 © Lester L. Dunn; 

lFeb50; EP44170. 

DUNN, MARION AUSTIN. 
O'er earth's green fields; for organ, [by] 
Marion Austin Dunn. [Includes registra- 
tion for Hammond organ] 500 © Theodore 
Presser Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 7Mar50; 
EP44848. 

DUNNING. ALFRED. 
Whenever my Mary goes by. SEE 
Darin, Horace. 

DUPARLOIR, MAURICE. 
Reve d'enfant. Dreams of childhood. 
Poor Tiolon et piano ou orchestre ac- 
companiment, par M. Duparloir. [Score 
(violin and piano) and part] 2/6 © Bos- 
worth At Co. , ltd. , London; 3Feb50; 
EFO-2184. 

DUPERIER, JEAN, 1886- 
Coeurs en choeurs; pour viox mixtes, 
[by Jean Duplrier] [Unacc. ] © Henry 
I^emoine & cie, Paris; 31May49; EF15077. 



DUPIN. m 

Thompson, John Sylvanufi, 1889- 



MAURICE, pseud. SEE 
lyHT 



DUPONT, PIERRE. 
Diane de Poitiers. SEE R>ert, Jacques. 

DUPONT -HANSEN, GEORGE. 
A ballad of trees and the master; by 
George Dupont -Hansen, [words by 
Sidney Lanier] 500 © Clayton F. Summy 
Co., Chicago; 20Feb50; EP44583. 
In muskrat land; by George Dupont -Hansen, 
[words by Robert W. Service] 500 
© Clayton F. Summy Co., Chicago- 
20Feb50; EP44586. ' 

March triumphant; an organ solo by 
George Dupont -Hansen. 75? ©Clayton 
F. Summy Co., Chicago; 6 Mar 50; 
EP44999. 

Midsummer rain; by George Dupont - 
H an sen, [words by Clifford Franklin 
Geissier, 2d stanza by Johanne Dupont - 
Hansen] 500 © Clayton F. Summy Co., 
Chicago; 20Feb50; EP44585. 

A rolling stone; by George Dupont -Hansen, 
[words by Robert W. Service] 500 
© Clayton F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 
20Feb50; EP44584. 



Scandinavian folk dance, no. 2; a piano 
solo by George Dupont -Hansen. 75? 
© Clayton F. Summy Co. . Chicago; 
6Mar50; EP44998. 

A summer* s day; an orgpn solo by George 
Dupont -Hansen. 600 © Clayton F. Summy 
Co. , Chicago; 6M^r50; EP45000. 

Sunshine; by George Dupont -Hansen, 
[words by Robert W. Service] 500 
© Clayton F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 
20Feb50; EP44587. 

DUPONT -HANSEN, JOHANNE. 
Midsummer rain. SEE Dupont -Hansen, 
George. 

dur/n. RAMON. 
Triguenita del alma; canci6n ranchera, 
letra y musics de Ramon Duran. 
© Editorial Mexicana de Musics Inter - 
nacional, s.a. , Mexico; 22Dec48; 
EF14920. 

DURAN NAVARRO. RAMON. 
Mi rancho querido; canci6n mexicana, 
letra y musica de Ram6n Dur4n Na- 
varro. © Editorial Mexicana de Musica 
Internacional, s.a., M6xico; 18Aug49; 
EFO-1006. 

DURANCE AU, OMER, 1910- 
La rumba du Canada. SEE Viau, Albert. 

DURAND. PAUL JULES, 1907- 
Amigo mio; fox. Paroles de Louis Poterat, 
musique de Paul Durand & Dario Moreno. 
[French words] © Societe d 1 editions 
musicales Internationales, Paris; 
14Dec49; EFO-2282. 
(Latin Quarter) Bolero; [from Latin 
Quarter, by] Paul Durand, [words by] 
Kermit Goell. arr. by Stan Bowsher. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, 
with words) and parts] © on arrangement; 
The Peter Maurice Music Co. , ltd. , New 
York; 22Nov49; EFO-1235. 
(Latin Quarter) Bolero; from [the] 
musical Latin Quarter, music by Paul 
Durand, lyric by Kermit Goell. 1/- 
© The Peter Maurice Music Co. . ltd. , 
London; 12Aug49; EFO-1233. 

DURAND, ROGER, 1926- 
Pour toi, cherie; fox -musette chante, 
paroles de Ed. Marese [pseud. ], 
musique de R. Durand et Law son [pseud. ] 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts for voice and accordion] 
© Francois Wittebols, Bruxelles; 
28Apr50; EFO-3101. 

DURANTE, FRANCESCO, 1684-1755. 
Fiero, acerbo destin; [by] Francesco 
Durante, edited by Knud Jeppesen. ( In 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 118-126) [Score: 2 voices and piano] 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
muslk-forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; 
EFO-2077. 
Son io, bar bar a donna; [by] Francesco 
Durante, edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 127-131) [Score: 2 voices and piano] 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
muslk-forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; 
EF0-2078. 

DURHAM. JOHNNY. 
I'd like to play post office. SEE 
Brooks, H. D. 

DURHAM, TOM, 1922- 
Monica. SEE Mark, H. H. 

DURRANT, FREDERICK THOMAS. 1895- 
Eight tests; for A.R.C.O. candidates, by 
F. T. Durrant. 3/6 © Stainer & Bell, 
ltd., London; 31Dec49; EF0-1366. 

DURRNER, J 
The tempest; T.T.B.B., [by] J. Durrner, 
arr. [by] Leland B. Sateren, [words by] 
J. Falk. (Radio program music, 
no. 5531) [With piano or organ reduction] 
150 © on arrangement; Neil A. Kjos 
Music Co., Chicago; 8Dec49; EP43531. 



DURU, ALFRED. 
Les cent vierges. SEE Lecocq, 
Charles. 

DURUFLE, MAURICE, 1902- 
Requiem; [by] Maurice Durufle. [Part: 
violin 1] © Durand & cie, Paris; 
20Mar50; EFO-2766. 
*Requiem; pour soli, choeurs, orchestre 
et orgue, [by] Maurice Durufle. [Op. 9] 
[Organ-vocal score] © Durand & cie. 
Paris; 9Dec48; EF15121. 

DUSSAULT. STUART A 1909- 

Old timers; a song of reminiscent 
gatherings, words by W. Alfred Brim, 
music by Stuart A. Dussault, designed by 
Harold B. Symes. © W. Alfred Brim 
fc Stuart A. Dussault; 26Jun50; EP47479. 

DUSTI, S., pseud . SEE 
Sciorilli. Eros, 1911- 



DUTHOIT, W. J. 

A-hunting we will go. SEE 
Richardson, Clive. 

Baa! baa! black sheep! SEE Richardson, 

Clive. 
Come lasses and lads. SEE Richardson, 

Clive. 
The farmer's boy. SEE Richardson, 

Clive. 
Festal march. SEE Jacob, G. P. S. 
The Irish washerwoman. SEE 

Richardson, Clive. 
The legend of the glass mountain. 

SEE Rota, Nino. The glass mountain. 

On Ilkla Moor baht'at. SEE 
Richardson, Clive. 

DUTILLEUX, HENRI. 1916- 

Choral, cadence et fugato; pour trombone 
et piano, [by] Henri Dutilleux. [Score 
and part] 17 fr. 50 © Alphonse Leduc fc 
cie, Paris; 16May50; EFO-3791. 

(Sonata, piano) Sonate; pour piano [by] 
Henri Dutilleux. © Durand & cie, 
Paris; 140ct49; EFO-1395. 

D'VARGA. 

The fly. SEE Piantadosi, Al. 

DVOKAK, ANTONfN, 1841-1904. 
Behold our God. SEE HIS 

Symphony, no. 5. 
God is my Shepherd; anthem for mixed 
voices S. A. T. B. , [by] Anton Dvorak, 
arr. by Rob Roy Peery. [Words] 
adapted from Psalm 23. (Belwin octavo, 
no. 1054) [With organ ace] 150 
© on arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New 
York; 30Jan50; EP43893. 

Goin' home. SEE HIS 
Symphony, no. 5. 

Good-night; for chorus of male voices, 
with tenor and bass solos, [by] Antonfn 
Dvorak. Op. 73, no. 1. Arr. by Ladislas 
Helfenbeln. Slovak folk text, English 
version by L. H. [With piano ace. ] 200 
© Galaxy Music Corp. , New York; 
24May50; EP46787. 

My symphony. SEE Thatcher, James. 

Songs my mother taught me. Als die alte 
Mutter, [by] Anton Dvorak. [Arr. by 
Alfred John d'Auberge] [For accordion] 
20^ © on arrangement; Alfred d'Auberge, 
New York; 3Apr50; EP45453. 

Songs my mother taught me; [by] Dvorak. 
[Arr. | for violin and piano [by] Fritz 
Kreisler. [Score and part] 800 © on 
arrangement; Charles Foley, New York; 
15Dec29; EP44776. 

Songs my mother taught me; by Dvorak. 
16 piece accordion band arrangement, 
arr. by Mae Shak. [Parts] $1.25 ©on 
arrangement; F. M. LaLumia, d.b.a. 
Nodyia Press, Chicago; 30Jan50; 
EP43984. 



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DVOKXK. ANTOtffN. 1841-1904 Cont'd. 

Songs my mother taught me; gipsy melody, 
by Anton Dvorak. [Op. 55, no. 4] Arr. 
by Mayhew L. Lake. (Carl Fischer 
universal band edition, U1559) [Condensed 
score and parts] $2. 75 © on arrange - 
ment; Carl Fischer, inc. , New York; 
30Jul23; EP47615. 

(Symphony, no. 5) Behold our God; from 
the Largo of the New World symphony by 
Antonin Dvorak. Arr. by Ray B. Worley 
(pseud.) for three choirs, S., S.A.B., 
S.A.T.B. [Words by R. B. W.J (Belwin 
octavo, no. 988) [With piano ace. j 15C 
© on arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New 
York; 10Jan50; EP43419. 

(Symphony, no. 5) Behold our God; S.A., 
from the Largo of the New World 
symphony by Antonin Dvorak, arr. by 
Ray B. Worley [pseud., words by R. B. 
W. J (Belwin octavo, no. 986) [With 
piano ace. ] 15£ © on arrangement; 
Belwin, inc.. New York; 10Jan50; 
EP43418. 

(Symphony, no. 5) Behold our God; 
S.A.T.B., from the Largo of the New 
World symphony by Antonin Dvorak, arr. 
by Ray B» Worley [pseud. , words by 
R. B. W.J (Belwin octavo, no. 987) 
[With piano or organ ace. J 15£ © on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
10Jan50; EP43420. 

(Symphony, no. 5) Goin' home; largo, from 
the New World symphony by Antonfn 
Dvorak, [arrangement and instruction! 
bv [Betty B . Glynn of J the Oahu Staff. 
(Oahu modern piano accordion course, 
[lesson] 4X) [With words] © on arrange- 
ment k instruction; Oahu Pub. Co. , 
Cleveland; 25Jan50; EP44029. 

DWIGHT, TIMOTHY. 
I love Thy kingdom, Lord. SEE 
Edmundson, Garth. 



DYAL, DANIEL C. 
All because I love you so. 
Hall, David. 



SEE 



DYKEMA, PETER WILLIAM, 1873- ed. 

* Happy singing; editors: Peter W. Dyke ma, 

Gladys Pitcher [and] J. Lilian Vandevere; 

art editor: Martha Powell Setchell. 

(A singing school) © C. C. Birchard k 

Co., Boston; teacher's bk. , 10ct48; 

AA144704. 

♦ Music in tne air, editors: Peter W 

Dykema, Gladys Pitcher [and] J Lilian 
Vandevere; art editor: Martha Powell 
Setchell. (A singing school) ©C C. 
Birchard k Co. , Boston; teacher's bk. , 
31Dec49; AA143789 

Preludes to eternity. SEE Liszt, 
Franz. Les preludes. 

Song is the heart's companion; S.S.A., 
with optional obbligato for violin (or 
flute) and a second violin, words and 
music by Peter W. Dykema. (Laurel 
octavo, no. 1527) [With piano ace. ] 20? 
©C. C. Birchard & Co., Boston; 
15Dec49; EP43517. 

DYKES, JOHN BACCHUS, 1823-1876. 

Holy, holy, holy; hymn- anthem, SATB 
accompanied, [by] John M. Dykes, arr. 
by Edwin M. Steckel, [words byj Reginald 
Heber. (Harold Flammer choral series, 
84331) 16? © on arrangement; Harold 
Flammer, inc.. New York; 13Dec49; 
EP43158. 

Holy, Holy, Holy; S. A. T.B. Based upon 
hymn by Reginald Heber and John B. 
Dykes, arr. by Frederic Fay Swift. 
(Belwin octavo, no. 1025) [With piano 
ace. ] 15? © on arrangement; Belwin, 
inc.. New York; 17Jan50; EP43557. 

Lead, kindly Light; music by John B. 
Dykes, words by John H. Newman, arr. 
by Tom Scott. [Score: soprano or tenor, 
chorus (SATB) and piano or organ] 
© on arrangement; Shawnee Press, inc.. 
East Stroudsburg, Pa. ; 25May50; 
EP47058. 



DYRING. VIRGINIA. 
SEE Singing words. 

DYSON, GEORGE, 1883- 
Hymn for a musician; unison (or two-part) 
song, from William Austin, music by 
George Dyson. (Chorister series, 89) 
[With piano or organ ace. ] 4d. 
© Noveilo k Co. , ltd. , London; 7Mar50; 
EFO-2951. 



E 



EAGER, EDWARD. 
Goodbye, John. SEE Wilder. Alec. 
Lack-a-day. SEE Mundy, John. 

The liar. 
Out of sight, out of mind. SEE Mundy, 

John. The liar. 
What's in a name? SEE Mundy, John. 

The liar. 

EAGER, MARY ANN. 
The old rugged cross. SEE Bennard, 
George. 

EARLEY, BILL. 
Guaymas. SEE Franco, John. 
Never fear. 

EASDALE, BRIAN. 
(The red shoes) The red shoes ballet; 
composed and arr. for piano solo by 
Brian Easdale. 4/ - © Chappell k Co. , 
ltd., London; 31May50; EFO-3711. 

EASLING, NEWTON P. 
She's my sunshine every morning, 
she's my darling little Jane. 
SEE Lane, Ted. 

EASSON. JAMES, 1895- 
Jesu, the very thought of Thee. SEE 
Wesley, S. S. 

The Lord's prayer; [arr. from an old" 
Highland melody by] James Easson. 
[London, J. Curwen, New York, G. 
Schirmer, sole agents for U. S. A. ] 
(Curwen edition, 2575) [For voice and 
piano] 2/6 © on piano ace. ; James 
Easson; 16Dec49; EFO-982. 

The Lord's prayer; arr. from an old 
Highland melody by James Easson. 
London, J. Curwen; New York, G. 
Schirmer, sole agents for U.S.A. 
(Curwen edition, 77208) [For voice and 
piano; melody also in tonic sol-fa nota- 
tion] 4d © on arrangement; James E. 
Easson; 15Feb50; EF0-1838. 

EASTMAN, HAROLD. 
Just by chance; words and music by 
Harold Eastman. © I. H. Eastman, 
Columbus, Ohio; 29Mar50; EP45637. 

EASTON, FLORENCE. 
In dem Schatten meiner Locken. 
SEE Wolf, Hugo. 

EATON. JIMMY. 
Baby's in Bermuda, fishin' for 
barracuda. SEE McGrane, Paul. 

EBBE. SEE 
Jularbo, Eberhardt. 

EBELING, J G 

Ah, Lord God, the world's Creator; 
Christmastide, for mixed voices [by] 
J. G. Ebeling, [words by] J. Mauburn, 
arr. by J. Roff. [With organ ace. ] 12(J 
© on arrangement; Oliver Ditson Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 23Mar50; EP45219. 

EBERSON, FRITJOF. 
Skymningskvall. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 

ECCLESHARE, COLIN FORSTER. 
Half a world away. SEE Fouracre, 
J. L. Poet's pub. 



ECKHARDT, FRITZ, 1907- 
Gruss und Kuss aus der Wachau. 

SEE BeneS, Jara. 
Komm heute Nacht zu mir. SEE 
BeneS, Jara. Gruss und Kuss aus 
der Wachau. 

ECKSTEIN, MAXWELL. 
Cowboy time; 14 songs of the range, with 
pictures for coloring. For piano with 
lyrics, arr. by Maxwell Eckstein. 60£ 
© on editing k arrangement; Carl Fischer, 
inc.. New York; 24Feb50; EP44703. 

♦Gateway to piano technic; 25 melodious 
studies for technical development, grades 
3-5, adapted and arr. by Maxwell Eck- 
stein. 75? © on adaptation k arrange- 
ment; Carl Fischer, inc. , New York; 
6Feb50; EP4427G. 

ECKSTINE, WILLIAM. 
Lonesome lover blues; words and music 
by Billy Eckstine. © St. Louis Music 
Corp., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 3Mar50; 
EP44977. 



;, pseud, 
it, Edmc 



ECK. TORVALD, 
Johnsson, Wllle. 



SEE 



Hacout, Edmond, 1890- 

EDEL, YIZHAK, 1896- 

A prayer; [by] Y. Edel, [revised by 
E. Rudiakow] [For piano] © Israel 
Music Edition, Tel-Aviv, Israel; 
13Dec49; EF15568. 

A spinning top; [by] Y. Edel, [revised by 
E. Rudiakow] ( With his A prayer) 
[For piano] © Israel Music Edition, 
Tel-Aviv, Israel; l3Dec49; EF15568. 

EDELHOCH, PAUL BERNARD, 1923- 
On a cruise to old Bermuda. SEE 
Gamse, Albert. 

EDENS, ROGER, 1905- 
(On the town) Count on me; [from the 
picture] On the town, words by Betty 
Comden k Adolph Green, music by Roger 
Edens, [piano ace. by Jerry Sears] [For 
voice and piano, with ukulele diagrams 
and chord symbols] © on accompaniment; 
M. Witmark k Sons, New York; 27Jan50; 
EP43914. 
(On the town) Main Street; [from the 
picture] On the town, words by Betty 
Comden k Adolph Green, music by 
Roger Edens, [piano ace. by Jerry Sears] 
[For voice and piano, with ukulele dia- 
grams and chord symbols] © on ac- 
companiment; M. Witmark k Sons, New 
York; 27Jan50 ; EP43913. 

(On the town) You're awful; [from the 
picture] On the town, words by Betty 
Comden k Adolph Green, music by Roger 
Edens, [piano ace. by Jerry Sears] [For 
voice and piano, with ukulele diagrams 
and chord symbols] © on accompaniment; 
M. Witmark k Sons, New York; 27Jan50; 
EP43912 

EDGARDT, KNUT. 
Det flr bara dig jag vflntar pft. SEE HIS 
Pimpernell Svensson. 

GA ej ifran mig; tango, musik: Knut 
Edgardt, arr. : Willard Ringstrand, 
[text: Arne Pflrson] (Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts) Kr. 2:50 © Edition Sylvain a. b. , 
Stockholm; lApr50; EFO-3592. 
(Huset n:o 17) Sjomansliv; sjOmansvaLs ur 
filmen Huset n:o 17. Text: Arne Pflrson, 
musik: Knut Edgardt. (In Sverige dansar 
och ler. Arg. 14, p. 12-T3) © Edition 
Sylvain a. b. , Stockholm; 27Feb50; 
EF0-2632. 
(Huset nr 17) SjOmansballad; ur filmen 
Huset nr 17, musik: Knut Edgardt, text: 
Arne Parson. Kr. 2. 25 © Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; 27Feb50; 
EFO-2613. 

John Alexander JOnsson fr&n Hunnebostrand; 
sjBmansvals, musik: Knut Edgardt, text: 
Arne Pflrson. 2:25 © Edition Sylvain 
a. b., Stockholm; 27Feb50; EFO-2614. 



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(Pimp erne 11 Svensson) Det ftr bara dig 
jag vftntar pfi; ur filmen, Pimpernell 
Svensson, tango, musik: Knut Edgardt, 
arr. ; Willard Rings t rand, [text: Arne 
Parson] (Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
Kr.2:50 © Edition Sylvaln a.b., Stock- 
holm; lApr50; EFO-3591. 

SjOmansballad. SEE HIS 
Huset nr 17. 

S JO roans Uv. SEE HIS 
Huset nr 17. 

EDIZIONI MUSICALI GIBA; [versi di 
Pacifico Vento, E Schettino and others] 
Napoli, [Giba] L. 40 © Italian Book Co. ; 
1949-50 issue. 40ct49, AFO-1180. 

EDMESTON, JAMES. 
Saviour, breathe an evening blessing. 
SEE Hamer, Harold. 

EDMUND. Slater. SEE 
Mary Edmund, Sister. 

EDMUNDH, GEORG. 
GlAd dig, du Kristi brud; [from] Sv. Ps. 
41:1, 2, 5, koralbearbetnlng av Georg 
Edmundh. [Score: chorus (SSATB)] 
© on arrangement; A. b. Nor di ska musik- 
forlaget, Stockholm; 31Dec49; EFO-2543. 
Nu stige jublets ton; oversattnlng: J. A. 
Eklund, melodi frin medeltiden, arr. : 
Georg Edmundh. [Score: chorus (SSATTB)] 
© on arrangement k Swedish words; A. b. 
Nordiska musikfBrlaget, Stockholm; 
31Dec40; EFO-2544. 

EDMUNDS, CHRISTOPHER MONTAGUE. 

1899- 

Gay hornpipe; by Christopher Edmunds. 
(Schott's woodwind series: clarinet and 
piano, no. 2) [Score and part] 2/- 
© Schott k Co. , ltd. , London; 6 Mar 50; 
EFO-2489. 

Highland croon; by Christopher Edmunds. 
(Schott's woodwind series: clarinet and 
piano, no. I) [Score and part] 2/- 
© Schott k Co. , ltd., London; 6Mar50; 
EFO-2488. 

Lament; by Christopher Edmunds. 
(Schott's woodwind series: clarinet and 
piano, no. 3) [Score and part] 2/- 
© Schott k Co., ltd., London; 6Mar50; 
EFO-2490. 

EDMUNDSON, GARTH. 
I love Thy kingdom. Lord; introit chorale 
for mixed voices, [by] Garth Edmunds on, 
[words by] Timothy Dwight. (Church 
music review, no. 2126) [Score: chorus 
(SATB) and organ reduction] 15* © The 
H. W. Gray Co. , inc.. New York; 
10Jan50; EP43600. 
Jesus, the very thought of Thee; S. A. T. B. , 
[by] Garth Edmundson. [words from] 
1 lth cent. (Choruses in octavo form 
8513) [With piano reduction] 150 ©J 
Fischer k Bro. , New York; 17Mar50- 
EP45035. 

EDSON, EMILY FLORENCE, 1886- 
When you know the girl you love, loves 
you. SEE Dimoff, N. E. 

EDSTAM, NILS. 
Det ftr sa lfitt att bli fOralskad. SEE 
Karlsson, Sven. Hotell Kdkbrinken. 

EDWARDS, BEN. 
El gato. The cat; by Ben Edwards. [For 
piano, with chord symbols] 1/- 
© Bradbury Wood, ltd. , London: lFeb50- 
EFO-1782. 

EDWARDS, CHARLES T 
Our flag will always be there right on 
time; words by Blanche M. Everett, 
music by Chas. T. Edwards. 500 
© Blanche M. Everett, Newark, Del. ; 
10Jan43; EP45651. 

EDWARDS, EGON, pseud . SEE 
Gogniat, Georges August, 1890- 



[EDWARDS, ERIC CHARLES] 1916- 

Alberta Slim's Songs of the Bar-X Ranch. 
Folio no. 2. New Westminster, B. C, 
Empire Music Publishers. [For voice 
and piano, with guitar diagrams and 
chord symbols] 600 Partial contents 
separately registered: EF0-3828-3629. 

Little tin cowboy; by Alberta Slim [pseud. ] 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
50^ © Arr ex Music Publishers, New 
Westminster, B.C.; 10Apr50; 
EFO-2892. 

My last ride; by Alberta Slim [pseud. ] 
(In his Alberta Slim's Songs of the 
Bar-X Ranch. Folio no. 2. p. 22-23) 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Arrex Music Publishers, New West- 
minster, B. C. ; 10Apr50; EFO-3629. 

New Canadian polka; by Alberta Slim 
[pseud. ] [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] 500 © Arrex Music Pub- 
lishers, New Westminster, B.C.; 
10Apr50; EFO-2895. 

You threw my picture in my face; by 
Alberta Slim [pseud. ] (In his Alberta 
Slim's Songs of the Bar-X"R"anch. Folio 
no. 2, p. 14-15) [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Arrex Music 
Publishers, New Westminster, B. C. ; 
10Apr50; EFO-3628. 

EDWARDS, JACK M 1920- 

Harmonica hits. SEE Rosemont, W. L. 

'Round her neck she wore a yella ribbon; 
[by Jack Edwards, arr. by Walter L. 
Rosemont] [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols for guitar and accordion] 
© Edwards Music Co. , inc. , New York; 
26Jan50; EP43860. 

Smiles and tears. SEE Royal, Larry. 

Take her to Jamaica where the rum 
come from. SEE Fields, Irving. 

U and the uke. SEE Rosemont, W. L. 

Ukulele song hits. SEE Rosemont, W. L. 

EDWARDS, JOAN, 1917- 
Darn it, baby, that's love. SEE 

Duddy, Lyn. Tickets, please. 
The moment I looked in your eyes. 

SEE Duddy, Lyn. Tickets, please. 
Restless. SEE Duddy, Lyn. Tickets. 

please. 
Television's tough on love. SEE 

Duddy, Lyn. Tickets, please. 
You can't take it with you. SEE 

Duddy, Lyn. Tickets, please. 

EDWARDS, MICHAEL. 

♦Aladdin and the princess; overture for 
band, by Michael Edwards. [Condensed 
score and parts] $9. 50 © Mills Music, 
inc. , New York; 27Jan50; EP43934. 
The bartender's just like a mother. SEE 
Spencer, Otis. 

EDWARDS, OLIVIA MAVIS, 1919- 
Cinderella, darling. SEE Hibbeler 

R. O. 
When shadows tenderly fall. SEE 
Hibbeler, R. O. 

EDWARDS, SHERMAN, 1919- 
Roses and wine; by Don Meyer, Elise 
Bretton [and] Sherman Edwards. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© on revised music k lyric of 1st verse 
Edward B. Marks Music Corp , New ' 
York; 19Jan50; EP43678. 
When we're dancing; by Don Meyer, Elise 
Bretton, [and] Sherman Edwards. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Judson Music Co., New York; 17Feb50; 
EP44809. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
EU117904. 

EDWARDS. STEVE, 1912- 
Batchtown polka; accordion solo, [by] 
Steve Edwards. 300 © George Hoven, 
Chester, Pa.; 14Apr50; EP45516. 



Blue diamond waltz; accordion solo, [by] 
Steve Edwards. 300 © George Hoven , 
Chester, Pa.; 14Apr50; EP45515. 

In the meadows waltz; accordion solo, 
[by] Steve Edwards. 300 © George 
Hoven, Chester, Pa.; 14Apr50; EP45517. 

Lullaby waltz; accordion solo, [by] 
Steve Edwards. (With h is In the mead- 
ows waltz) © George rfoven, Chester, 
Pa.; 14Apr50; EP45517. 

EDWIN, RUNE, pseud . SEE 
Karlsson. Rune Edwin. 



EFAW, MARSHALL. 
Sergey's Special songs. 
Sergey, J. M. 



SEE 



EGERSTAM, GUSTAF. 
Flickorna kring Siljan. SEE Borgeling, 

Hilmer. 
Kivikspolka; av Gustaf Egerstam. 

Vesterinen arrangemang. [For accordion] 

Kr. 1:80. © Ahlins musikforlags a. b. . 

Stockholm; 16Dec47; EF15446. 
Svenska valsen. SEE Flyckt, Axel. 

EGGER, RUEDI. 
Vallflickan. SEE Conn, W. H. 

EGIS, pseud . SEE 
Malfatti, Egisto, 1914- 

EGNER, PHILIP, 1870- 
The red and blue; Saint Francis College 
marching song, words by Brother 
Jerome, music by Philip Egner. © St. 
Francis College, Brooklyn; lDec49; 
EP44348. 

EHME, HEINZ, 1920- 
Mister Moneymaker. SEE Olias, Lotar. 
Wirbel um Antonio. 

EHWERT, ALLAN, pseud . SEE 
Zachrisson, Allan. 

EICHHORN, HERMENE WARLICK. 
Christ the Lord is risen today; for unison 
voices with descant, [by] Hermene War- 
lick Eichhorn, [words by] Charles Wesley. 
(Church music review, no. 2124) [With 
organ ace. ] 150 © The H. W. Gray Co 
inc.. New York; 10Jan50; EP43599. 

EICHLER, JULIAN. 
I'm glad I made you cry; words by Jim 
and Mary Tennyson, music by Julian 
Eichier. © Fred Fisher Music Co. , inc 
New York; 7Feb50; EP44200. 

EILENBERG, R 1848-1925. 

Roi Albert; marche de R. Eilenberg. 
Op. 282. Transcription de Jules Blangen- 
ois. (Aurore, 143) [Condensed score- 
band] ©A. Cranz, d.b.a. Editions A ' 
Cranz, Bruxelies; 15Nov49; EFO-1207. 

EINEM, GOTTFRIED VON, 1918- 
* (Sonatinas, piano, op. 7) Zwei Sonatinen; 
[by] Gottfried Einem. Op. 7. (Universal- 
Edition, 11911) © Universal-Edition, 
Wien; 5Apr50; EFO-3189. 
Strawinsky. SEE White, E. W. 
EINSTEIN, ALFRED, 1880- 
Sinfonia. SEE Bach, J. C. Symphony, 

op. 18, no. 4. 
Symphony nr. 87 in A major. SEE 
Haydn, Joseph. Symphony, M. 87. 
EISBRENNER, WERNER. 1908- 
Ich nab genug von alien Liebelein! 
Foxtrot, Text: Bruno Balz, Musik: 
Werner Eisbrenner. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Ed. Bote k G. Bock, Berlin; 1Nov49 ; 
EFO-2838. 

EISEN. CHARLES. 
Who wants to sing my love song? By 
Don Redman, Herman Stein [and] Charles 
Eisen. [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © David Gornston, New 
York; 2Feb50; EP44374. Appl states 
prev. reg. as My love song, 21Nov44, 
EU398837. 



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EISENSTEIN, ALFRED. 
Tango argentine*; by Alfred Eisenstein. 
Piano solo. 600 © Mills Music, inc., 
New York; 6Jan50; EP437U. 

EITLER, ESTEBAN, 1913- 
Preludio y capricho, 1945; [for] piano, 
[by] Esteban Eitler. Montevideo, 
Editorial Cooperativa Interamericana de 
Compositores. (Publicaci6n, no. 52) 
© Instituto Interamericano de Musicologfa; 
15Dec47; EF15068. 

EI WORTH, CURT ROLAND. 
Sven Arefeldt sjunger och berattar 
for de unga och de yngsta. SEE 
Arefeldt, Sven. 
SEE Sonoras Vdrbukett. 

EKBERG, ROY VICTOR. 
My inspiration; words and music by Roy 
Ekberg. © Broadcast Music, inc.. 
New York; 23Mar50; EP46042. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 10Dec48, EU150907. 

EKBERGH, LILLAN. 
Sa har Odet bestamt. SEE HOgstedt, 
Jerry. 

EKELUND, EMIL. 
Kapphflsten; violin-polka, [by] Emil 
Ekelund. [Piano-conductor score (or- 
chestra) and parts] © Tonika, musik- 
forlag, Stockholm; 21Dec49; EFO-2565. 

EKKERS, BART, 1908- 
Two lips in tuliptime. SEE Hueting, 

Beb. 
Want straks; tekst en muziek van Bart 
1 Ekkers. arrangement [by] Pi. Scheffer. 

"© Muziekuitgaven Melodia. Amsterdam; 
20Jan49 (in notice: 1948); EF15128. 

[EKLUND, HANS] 
Bilden av dej; beguin, musik: Freddy 
Hains [pseud. ], svensk text: Karl Ewert 
[pseud. ] The picture of you. [Swedish 
words] 2. 25 © Southern Music, a. b. , 
Stockholm; 30Dec49; EFO-3469. 

EKLUND, J. A., 1863- 
Nu stige jublets ton. SEE Edmundh, 
Georg. 

EKMAN, HASSE. 
Fram fOr lilla Marta. SEE BergstrOm, 
Gulli. 

ELAINE, Sister , 1909- 

Chinese boy; piano solo" by Sr. M. Elaine. 
35£ © Southern Music Co., San Antonio; 
10Mar50; EP44818. 

Dona nobis pacem; [traditional melody] 
arr. by Sister M. Elaine, for women's 
voices. 15£ © Associated Music 
Publishers, inc.. New York; 27Jan50; 
EP44000. 

The flea and the fly; music by Sister 
M. Elaine. [Poem: Anonymous] [Score: 
chorus (SSA)] 15£ © Associated Music 
Publishers, inc.. New York; 25May50; 
EP46935. 

ELDER, SOPHIA. 
Only a dream. SEE Carleton, R. L. 

ELER, pseud . SEE 
Lambert, Rene, 1896- 

[ELIZONDO PE'REZ, RAFAEL] 1902- 
Little Sally Jo; song, words by V. D. 
Smith, melody [by] R. Elizondo. 
[Melody and words] © V. D. Smith & 
R. Elizondo (in notice: V. D. Smith); 
12Jan50; EP43556. 

ELKAN, HENRI. 
Letter scene. SEE Offenbach, Jacques. 
La Perichole. 

ELKAN, IDA, 1894- 
Moods; major and minor, 33 original 
characteristic melodies for piano [by] 
Ida Elkan. New York, Music Sightreading 
Publications. $1. 50. © Ida Elkan Katz; 
2lSep49; EP43217. 



ELKINS, HELENE. 
My Father. SEE Nordman, Chester. 

ELLERBUSCH, FRANK JOSEPH. 1910- 
Star Light serenade; words and music by 
Frank Ellerbusch. 35? © Eugene Emile 
Schaefer, New Orleans; 25May50; 
EP46856. Appl. states prev. reg. 
2Aug48, 139533. 

ELLIOTT, ALICE T. SEE 
Oglesby. Mrs. W. W. 

ELLIOTT, JACK. 1914- 
Be mine. SEE Spina, Harold. 

Driftin' down the dreamy ol» Ohio. SEE 
Spina, Harold. 

I don't wanna be kissed by anyone 
but you. SEE Spina, Harold. 

It's so nice to have a man around 
the house. SEE Spina, Harold. 
Ivory rag. SEE Busch, Lou. 
Our very own. SEE Young, Victor. 
Sam's song. SEE Quad ling. Lew. 

ELLIOTT. LIONEL, pseud . SEE 
Williams, Joseph, 1848-1923. 

ELLIOTT, VERN. 
Dear friends and gentle hearts. 

SEE Soul, Sidney. 
Shall I write your name in my 

dream-book? SEE Soul, Sidney. 

ELLIS, BETSY. 
She's shimmyin 1 on the beach again; 
by Joe Greene and Betsy Ellis. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Fairway Music Corp. , Hollywood, 
Calif. ; 25May50; EP46895. 

ELLIS, LEE, pseud. SEE 
Peery, Rob Roy, 1900- 

ELLIS. MARY DELL. 
You're just my style; words and music by 
Mary Dell Ellis. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 260ct49; EP46511. 

ELLIS, VESPHEW BENTON, 1917- 
As on I go, [by] V. B. (Vep) Ellis. [Hymn, 
with music; shape-note notation] 
© Tennessee Music & Printing Co. , 
Cleveland, Tenn. ; 5Dec49; EP44067. 
Living jewels. SEE McCoy, O. L. 

Trav'lers; [by] V. B. (Vep) Ellis. 
[Hymn, with music; shape -note no- 
tation] © Tennessee Music 4 Printing 
Co. , Cleveland, Tenn. ; 5Dec49; 
EP44071. 

Walking up the streets of gold; [by] V. B. 
(Vep) Ellis. [Hymn, with music; shape- 
note notation] © Tennessee Music & 
Printing Co. , Cleveland, Tenn. ; 5Dec49 
EP44066. 

ELLIS, VIVIAN, 1904- 
Coronation Scot; by Vivian Ellis, 
orchestrated by Cecil Milner. (Chappell 
fc Co. 's orchestral works, no. 424) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © on arrangement; Chappell fc 
Co., ltd., London; 12Apr50; EF0-2925. 

ELLISON, JESSE M. 
Tears come easy to my eyes. SEE 
Standefer, Johnny. 

ELLISON, STANLEY. 
Don't you think you're wrong? SEE 
Burnette, L. A. 

Lonely rose. SEE Burnette, L. A. 
Make it do. SEE Burnette, L. A. 
No time. SEE Burnette, L. A. 

ELLISTON, IDA KEMPF, 1891- 
My dad; words & music by Ida K. Elliston. 
50? © Ida K. Elliston; 24Apr50; 
EP46010. 



ELLMAN, RICH. 
I found you out; words by Rodd Arden, 
music by Rich Ellman. 1/- © Rodd 
Arden Publications, London; 24Mar50; 
EFO-2639. 

ELLNER, HENRY, 1906- 
It's time to da-de-da-de-do; words & 
music by Henry Ellner. © Henry Ellner; 
30Mar50; EP46844. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Blue over you, 7Feb50, EU193006. 

ELLOY, MAX, 1900- 
Ay! la barb a samba; paroles & musique: 
Gaston Houssa, Bob Jacqmain [et] 
Max Elloy. © World Music Co. , 
Bruxeiles; lOct49; EFO-1540. 

ELLSASSER, RICHARD W 

Chorale prelude on an English lullabye; 
[by] Richard W. Ellsasser. [For organ] 
60£ © on arrangement; R. D. Row 
Music Co., Boston; lMar50; EP44603. 

(Western suite) Peaceful waters; [from 
Western suite, by] Richard W. Ellsasser. 
[For organ] 60£ © R. D. Row Music 
Co., Boston; 1 Mar 50; EP44604. 

ELLSTEIN. ABRAHAM, 1907- 
(What a day) Blue day; [from What a day], 
words by Walter Bullock, music by 
Abraham Ellstein. New York, Chappell. 
© Walter Bullock fc Abraham Ellstein; 
6Mar50; EP44861. 

(What a day) Call it love; [from What a 
day], words by Walter Bullock, music 
by Abraham Ellstein. New York, 
Chappell. © Walter Bullock fc Abraham 
Ellstein; 6Mar50; EP44864. 

(What a day) Dreams ago; [from What 
a day], words by Walter Bullock, music 
bv Abraham Ellstein. New York, 
Chappell. © Walter Bullock 4 Abraham 
Ellstein; 6Mar50; EP44862. 

What a day! [from What a dayj, words 
by Waller Bullock, music by Abraham 
Ellstein. New York, Chappell. 
© Walter Bullock & Abraham Ellstein; 
6Mar50; EP44863. 

(What a day) It's a long time till tomorrow; 
[from] What a day, words by Walter 
Bullock, music by Abraham Ellstein. 
New York, Chappell. © Walter Bullock 
& Abraham Ellstein; 28Feb50; EP44791. 

ELOKAS, OSSI. 
Lull, luli, vackra drOmmar; Ostkarelsk 
folkvisa fran Selki, [by] Qssi Elokas. 
[words by E. Ainamo] (dinger for 
manskBr, no. 124) [Close score: TTBB; 
Swedish and Karelian words] 30 Ore 
© Elkan & Schildknecht. Emil Carelius. 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF14975. 
Luli, luli, vackra drommar; Ostkarelsk 
folkvUa fran Selki. text av E. Ainamo, 
fBr sang och piano av Ossi Elokas. 
(Edition Carelius, nr. 299) Kr. 1:- 
© on arrangement; Elkan k Schildknecht, 
Emil Carelius, Stockholm- Uan46 
EF14974. 

ELROD. BLANCHE M. SMITH. 
God keep America free. SEE 
Cottave, H. E: 



ELSKAMP. MAX. 
Triptyque flamand. 
Maurice. 



SEE Baron. 



ELSNIC, JOSEPH PAUL, 1895- 
Blackbird waltz. SEE Heier, E. J. 
Happy Jakey. SEE Orzechowski, 
Henry. 

Have I told you lately that I love you? 

SEE Wiseman, Scott. 
Hoosier polka. SEE Norris, Ralph. 
I said my pajamas, and put on my 
prayers. SEE Wyle, George. 

Musical clock. SEE Gosz, Roman. 



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Open door - open arms. SEE Frykman, 

Erik. En dorr pS giant. 
Pepper polka. SEE Gosz, Roman. 
Tic-tock polka. SEE Lama, Gaetano. 
Waiting polka. SEE Jungman, Henry. 
You promised me. SEE Jungman, 

Henry. 

ELVAURY, pseud . SEE 
Molinier. Alfred, 1884- 

ELWELL. H B 

Seek ye the Lord; [by] H. B. Elweli, 
(words based on the Biblel [Hymn, with 
music] © H. B. Elweli; 23Feb50; 
EP44491. 
Some day, sometime; [byj H. B. Elweli. 
[Close score: SATB] © H. B. Elweli; 
16Jun50; EP47288. 

EMBERS, BERNIE, 1907- 
Wa Iking in the rain; words and music by 
Peter A. Vider & Bernie Embers. 
© Peter A. Vider & Bernie Embers; 
20Feb50; EP44625. 



EMBERSON, FRANCES GUTHRIE, 
Ozark folksongs. SEE Randolph, 
Vance. 



1912- 



EMBUNG, EDITH ELIZABETH. 1886- 
As you wander; words by Doris Greening, 
music by Edith E. Embling. 2/- 
© James Edward Keates; Cheadle, Eng. ; 
20Dec49; EF0-3165. 
As you wander; words by Doris Greening, 
music by Edith E. Embling, arr. for 
female voices, S.S. C. , by James E. 
Keates. [Unacc. ] 5d. © on arrangement; 
James Edward Keates, Cheadle, Eng. ; 
9Jan50; EFO-3166. 

EMBORG. JENS LAURSON. 1876- 
Vier Klavierstucke; von I. L. Emborg. 
Op. 33. Leipzig, F. E. C. Leuckart. 
[M. 5,40] © Associated Music Publish- 
ers, inc. ; Uun22; EF14943. 

EMER, MICHEL, nsaud. SEE 
Rosenstein, Michel, 1006- 

EMERY, EMMA WILSON. 
Bleeding-heart and rue. SEE Pendleton, 
Emmet. 

EMMERECHTS, RAYMOND. 
La samba de St. Cucufa; paroles de Michel 
Emer [pseud. ], musique de Ray Emmer- 
echts. © Editions musicales France- 
continentale, Paris; 15Feb50; EFO-3788. 

EMMERICH, BOB, 1904- 
I'oi Just thinking out loud; lyric by Ruth 
Poll, music by Bob Emmerich. 
[Melody and chord symbols, with words] 
© Maypole Music, inc.. New York; 
5Dec49; EP46089. 
What have you got if you haven't 
got love? SEE Kaufman, A. S. 

EMURIAN, ERNEST K. 
Jonah and the whale. SEE 
Maxwell, Richard. 

ENDERS, GEORG, 1898- 

(Asanisse) Du Or den enda; sang [from] 
film en Asanisse. [By Georg Enders, 
text: Lille, pseud. ] 2:25 © Sonoras 
znuslkforlags, ab. , Stockholm; lDec4 9; 
EFO-2248. 

Sonoras stjarnskott. SEE Sonoras 
stjflrnskott. 

Sonoras vfirbukett. SEE Sonoras 
vflrbukett. 

SEE ALSO BTrje & C:o, pseud . 

ENDRIS. VINCE LAWRENCE 1913- 
Don't cry! don't cry! pretty baby. I'll 
get along somehow; words and music by 
Vince Endris. © Vince Lawrence Endris; 
3Feb50; EP44304. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 27Dec49, EU189881. 

ENGEL. GABRIEL, 1892- 
SEE Chord and discord. 



ENGELBRECHT, RICHARD. 
Obra para violin solo; en tres partes, 
[by] R. Engelbrecht. Montevideo, 
Editorial Cooperativa Interamericana de 
Compositores. (Publicacidn, no. 3) 
© Instituto Inter amerlcano de Musicologfa; 
22Dec41; EF15045. 

ENGELS, IRMGARD, 1905- ed. 

DuettbOchlein grosser Meister;7ur zwei 
Geigen, hrsg. von Irmgard Engels. 
(Edition Schott, 3930) [Score: 2 violins] 
© on editing, arrangement & compilation; 
Schott & Co., ltd., Mainz; 31Dec49; 
EFO-2898. 

ENGLAND, PAUL. 
This day hath He arisen. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Christ lag in Todes- 
banden. 

ENGLE, HERMAN EDWIN. 
How fv away is someday? By Herman 
Edwin Engle. [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Cine -Mart Music 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 15Mar50; 
EP45141. 

fENGSTROM, SUNE] 
Allt detta och himlen dflrtill; text: Johan 
Falk, musik: Sune Waldimir [pseud. ] 
© Ehrling & LdTvenholm a. -b. . Stock- 
holm; lMar42; EF15294. 
Fred Winter i valstakt. SEE 
Winter, Fred. 

ENNERS, HENRIETTA ERHARDT, 1890- 
May nations learn Thy way; sacred song, 
poem by B. V. Tippett, music by 
Henrietta E. Enners. 50£ © Dorothea 
Louise Schroeder, Flushing, N. Y. ; 
23Jan50; EP44024. 
O Saviour, let me trust in Thee; sacred 
song, medium voice, words by Paul 
F. Try, music by Henrietta Erhardt 
Enners. 50? © Theodore Pressor Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 23Mar50; EP45216. 
Wings of morning. SEE Wright, T. B. 

fcON. ANDRfi MOUfiZY- SEE 
Mouecy-fion, Andr6, 1880- 

EPE, pseud . SEE 
Petersen, Ewald, 1912- 

EPHRIKIAN, ANGELO, 1913- 
Concerto funebre in si bemolle 

maggiore. SEE Vivaldi, Antonio. 
Concerto in do maggiore. SEE 

Vivaldi, Antonio. Concerto grosso. 

ERARD, CLIVE. 
In God's good time; song, words and music 
by Tommie Connor and Clive Erard. 2/- 
© Chappell & Co. . ltd. . London; 28Dec49; 
EFO-2560. 

ERARD, JEAN, pseud. SEE 
Erhardt, Siegfried. 

ERB, MAE-AILEEN, 1889- 
The ambitious goose; piano solo, with 
words, by Mae-Aileen Erb. 30£ 
© The Boston Music Co. , Boston; 
14Jun50; EP47386. 
The gay clown; a piano solo by Mae- 
Aileen Erb. 35£ © Clayton F. Summy 
Co., Chicago; 13Feb50; EP44457. 
Little Miss Bluebird; piano solo with 
words, by Mae-Aileen Erb. 35£ © The 
Boston Music Co. , Boston; 14Jun50; 
EP47385. 
On the swing; a piano solo by Mae-Aileen 
Erb. 40C © Clayton F. Summy Co. , 
Chicago; 13Feb50; EP44458. 
Singing brook; a piano solo by Mae-Aileen 
Erb. 40£ © Clayton F. Summy Co. . 
Chicago; 13Feb50; EP44459. 

ERGER, QAJUld. SEE 
Deltour, Emile, 1899- 

[ERHARDT, SIEGFRIED] 
Souvenir d'ete; [by] Jean Erard [pseud. ] 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Edition Sylvain a/b, Stockholm; 
Uan46; EF15307. 



ERICKSON, ANNETTA IDA ELEONORA 
Come what may, [by] Annette I E 
Erickson, har , H. G T (In Hymn 
lovers' magazine, v 4, no. 1", p 26) 
[Close score: SATB] © Annetta Ida 
Eleonora Erickson, 23Dec49; B5- 12500 
O holy Child; [by] Annetta I. E. Erickson. 
(In Hymn lovers' magazine, v. 3. no. 6. 
p. 28) [Close score: SATB] ©Annetta 
Ida Eleonora Erickson, 250ct49, 
B5-12501 

ERICKSON, JACK. 
You left me everything but you; words by 
Don George, music by Jack Erickson. 
© Ben Bloom Music Corp. , New York; 
14Feb50; EP44303. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 16Jan50, EU190335. 

ERIK-CARLE, p se u d . SEE 
Peterson, Karl Erik. 

ERIKSBERG, FOLKE. 

Hawaiian boogie woogie; foxtrot, musik: 
Folke Eriksberg, arr. : Casper HjukstrOm, 
text: Hans Dahlin. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
Kr 2:25 © on arrangement; Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan45; EF15308. 

My red hair baby; foxtrot, musik: Folke 
Eriksberg, arr. : Carl Henrik Norin. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] 2:- © on arrangement; Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan45; EF15309. 

ERIKSEN, H. ANKER. SEE 
Anker-Eriksen, H 

ERIKSSON. ALLAN. 
Populflra melodier. SEE Populftra 

melodier. 
Skansenidyll; musik: Allan Eriksson. 
[For piano, with chord symbols] Kr. 2:- 
© Karl Grfinstedts musikfSrlag, Stock- 
holm; 8Sep49; EFO-1798. 
Skansenidyll; vals, f3r orkester. musik: 
Allan Eriksson, arrangemang: Martin L 
Liv6n. [Parts: orchestral Kr. 2:- ©on 
arrangement; Karl GrOnstedts musikfOr- 
lag, Stockholm; 6Sep49; EF0- 1799. 

ERIKSSON, GEORG. 
Fadernegarden; vals, text: Oleg Quist 
[pseud. ], musik: Georg Eriksson [and] 
Sam Samson. 2:25 © Edition Sylvain 
a. -b., Stockholm; Uan47; EF15310. 

ERIKSSON, WALTER, 1926- arr. 

Celebrated Scandinavian dances; compiled 
and arr. by Walter Eriksson for 
accordion. (Ampco library, no. 827) $1 
© Accordion Music Pub. Co. , New York; 
Uun50; EP47069. 

ERLING, ERIK. 
Giv oss en hard; [by] Erik Erling. [words 
by] Erik Axel Karlfeldt. [Score (obligato 
violin, voice, organ or piano) and parts 
for violin and voice scored together] 
Kr. 2:25 © Elkan & Schildknecht. Emil 
Carelius, Stockholm; Uan45; EF14961. 

ERNST, GUS. 
I bump into funny littl you; words and 
music by Gus Ernst. © Nor dyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Sep49; 
EP46537. 

ERPF, HERMANN ROBERT. 

*Vom Wesen der neuen Musik. 143 p. 
illus. (CES-BQcherei, Bd. 29) © Curt 
E. Schwab, G.m.b.H. . Stuttgart; 
17NOV49; AFO-791. 

ERRECART. HECTOR TOSAR. SEE 
Tosar Errecart, Hector A. , 1923- 

ERST, STEPHEN A 
(Prodigal son) Praise ye the Lord; from 
the Prodigal son, [by] Stephen A. Erst, 
words by Irene Stejskal. Chicago, R. P. 
Music Publishers. (Sacred numbers, 84) 
[Score: chorus (SSAATTBB) and piano] 
20? © Stephen A. Erst; 13Mar50; 
EP45132. 



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ERST. STEPHEN A Cont'd. 
(Prodigal son) The Lord's prayer; mixed 
chorus from Prodigal son, [by) Stephen 
A. Erst. Chicago, R. P. Music Pub- 
lishers. (Sacred numbers, 82) [With 
piano reduction; includes also versions, 
for TTBB and SSA] 200 © on arrange- 
ment; Stephen A. Erst; IS Mar 50; 

ERWIN, LEE, 1908- 
All the things you are. SEE Kern, 

Jerome. Very warm for May. 
The goggle eye ghee; words by Mel Howard, 

music by Lee Er win. © Erwin-Howard 

Music Co. . New York; 24Mar50; 

EP45152. Appl. states prev. reg. 1947, 

EU106433. 
On the island of Oahu; words by Mel 

Howard, music by Lee Erwin. © Shapiro, 

Bernstein a Co. , inc.. New York; 

22Dec49, EP43152. 
Smoke gets in your eyes. SEE Kern, 

Jerome. Roberta. 
The surrey with the fringe on top. 

SEE Rodgers, Richard. Oklahoma! 

ESCOBAR, ANTONIO. 

te quedas o te vas; bolero, mdslca y 
orquestacidn de Antonio Escobar, letra 
de Gabriel Luna de la Puente. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] © Proznotora Hispano Ameri- 
cana de Musics, s.a. , Mexico; lSJunSO; 
EPO-3734. 

ESKILSON. DICK. 

1 forgot to forget you. SEE 
Rafey, Lou. 

ESPANOZA, JOSE. 
Baata finito signor. Words and music by 
Jose Espanosa. [English words] 
© Bradbury Wood, ltd. , London; 24Jan50; 
EFO-1783. 

ESPARZA OTEO. ALFONSO. 1896- 
Rondalla. Noche de est re lias. Valse de 
nuit; valse mexicaine, paroles fran- 
caises de Louis Poterat, paroles 
espagnoles et muslque de Alfonso 
Esparsa Oteo, arrt. de Charles Con- 
stant [pseud. ] (Nouvelle serie Salabert 
succes, no. 4897) [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on arrangement; Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 27Dec49; EFO-2794. 
Valse de nuit; rondalla. Noche de estrellas. 
Paroles franc aises de Louis Poterat, 
paroles espagnoles et musique de Alfonso 
Esparza Oteo. © on French words; 
Editions Salabert, Paris; 27Dec49; 
EF0-2833. 

ESPEJO, CESAR, 1892- ed. 

Mon premier album; pieces recreative* k 
la premiere position, revues et doig- 
tees par Cesar Espejo. My first album. 
[Music by] Espejo, Lack, Thome [and 
others] [Score (violin and piano) and 
part] 20 francs © on revision a fingering; 
Henry Lemoine a cle, Paris; v. 2, 
25Apr49; EF15102. 

ESPINOSA, JUAN JOSfe. 
A gay rancher o. [Las alt e flit as. By J. J. 
Espinosa], arr. by Charles Magnante. 
[For accordion] 60? © on arrangement; 
Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 4Jan50; EP43232. 
La luna boba; polca del Dr. J. J. Espinosa. 
[For voice and piano] © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musics, s.a., 
Mexico; 27 Apr 50; EFO-3303. 

ESPINOSA, MIGUEL A 
La pulguita alborota; guaracha, letra y 
musica de Fe"lix Cardenas y Miguel A. 
Espinosa, arr. Juan E. Lazaga. [Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts, 
with words] © Rumbalero Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 28Dec49; EP43936. 



ESTIVILL, OSVALDO. 
Un amor. SEE Zayas. Mely. 
Odiarte quisiera. SEE Brfto, Julio. 
Oyeme Andre. SEE Brfto, Julio. 
Que linda tu eres. SEE Sague, Jack. 
Tormento de amor. SEE Delgado, 
Esteban. 



ESTOC, PAUL D', pseud . 
Coste, Paul, 1878- 



SEE 



ESTEL. DSjaud, SEE 
Wittebolsr Elisabeth, 



1912- 



ESTRADA, CARLOS. 1909- 
C aminos tristes; canto y piano [by] Carlos 
Estrada. [Op. 6, no. 1] Montevideo, 
Editorial Cooper at iva Interamericana de 
Compositores. (Publicacidn, no. 4) 
© Instituto Inter americano de Muslcologfa; 
22Dec41; EF15044. 

ESTRADA, CLAUDIO. 
Eternamente mia; bolero, letra y musica 
de: Claudio Estrada. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Mdsica Internacional, s.a. , 
Mexico; 12 Apr 50; EF0-3312. 
Oiga, seflor; canc!6n ranchers, letra y 
musica de Claudio Estrada. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Musica Internacional, s.a. , 
Mexico; 12Apr50; EF0-3306. 

ETLER, ALVIN DERALD, 1913- 
* (Quartet, woodwinds a viola) Quartet; 
[by] Alvin Etler. [Score (oboe, clarinet, 
viola and bassoon) and parts] © Alvin 
Derald Etler, Northampton, Mass. ; 
14Apr50; EP45771. 

eur£n. TERESIA. 
Bohmisk polka. SEE Fleischner, Adolf. 

Ma j sang. SEE Fleischner, Adolf. 

Den vantande. SEE Fleischner, Adolf. 

EUSTED, GOLDIE. 
The dreams of night and you; words and 
music by Go 1 die Eusted. © Croxton 
Pub. Co. , Los Angeles; 23Jan50; 
EP45096. 

[EVANGELINE. Sister] 1898- arr. 

Lee piosenko; zblOr piosenek stkoTnych: 
Na stopien piaty i wyzej. Zebrafr i opra- 
cowajfy Siostry Felicjanld z Villa Maria. 
[Music by Sister Mary Celinia, Arka- 
diusz Buldn and others, arrangement a 
compilation by Sister Mary Evangeline] 
[For 1-4 voices, in part with piano ace. ] 
© The Fellcian Sisters, O. S. F. , Buffalo, 
New York; csesc 2, 21 Apr 50; EP45912. 

EVANS, BOB A. 
The harmonica waltz. SEE Hall, David. 

EVANS, BRIAN. 
Among the hills of Wales. SEE 
Novello, Ivor. 

EVANS. GENE. 
See Texas in the spring. SEE 
Ewald, Esther. 

EVANS, GEORGE. 
Love with all your heart. SEE 
Hall, David. 

EVANS, GEORGE GLEN. 
Sincere; words and music by George Glen 
Evans. © Beacon Music Co. , Joe Davis, 
owner. New York; 26May50; EP46811. 

EVANS. GLADYS. 
You're my heaven. SEE Evans, J. W. 

EVANS, HAROLD PERCY, 1908- 
I'll wait for my true love; words by Ailsa 
Boston, music by Hal Evans. 2/- 
© Chappell & Co. , ltd. , Sydney; 20Dec49; 
EFO-1781. 

EVANS, HARPER. 
I love you, my darling, I love you. 
SEE Hall, David. 

EVANS, JOHNNY W ._ „ 

You're my heaven; music by Johnny Evans, 
words by Gladys Evans. © Johnny W. 
Evans. Covington, Ky. ; 27Apr50; 
EP46014. 



EVANS. KAY. 
That ain't in any catalog. SEE 
Stryker, Fred. Feudin' rhythm. 

EVANS, RAYMOND B 1915- 

Baby, obey me. SEE HIS 

My friend Irma goes West. 
Dear wife; words and music by Jay 
Livingston and Ray Evans. Inspired by 
the picture Dear wife. © Paramount 
Music Corp., New York; 31Mar50; 
EP45295. Appl . states prev. reg. 
9Jan50, EU190759. 
(Fancy pants) Home cookin'; [from] the 
picture Fancy pants, music and words 
by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. 
© Paramount Music Corp. . New York; 
17Apr50; EP45627. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 9Jan50, EU190761. 
Golden earrings. SEE Young, Victor. 
Home cooldn'. SEE HIS 

Fancy pants. 
I'll always love you. SEE HIS 

My friend Irma goes West. 
(My friend Irma goes West) Baby, obey 
me; [from] the picture My friend Irma 
goes West, music and words by Jay 
Livingston and Ray Evans. © Famous 
Music Corp., New York; 23May50; 
EP48772. 
(My friend Irma goes West) I'll always love 
you. Querida mfa. [From] the picture My 
friend Irma goes West, music and words 
by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. 
© Famous Music Corp. , New York; 
22May50; EP46774. 
The Paramount -don't-want-me blues. 
SEE HIS 

Sunset Boulevard. 
(Sunset Boulevard) The Paramount - 
don't -want -me blues; from the picture 
Sunset Boulevard, words and music by 
Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. © Para- 
mount Music Corp. . New York; 22JunS0; 
EP47539. Appl. states prev. reg. 
9Jan60. EU1 90763. 
To each his own; words and music by Jay 
Livingston and Ray Evans, [arr. by Geo. 
N. Terry] [For piano, with words] 35C 
© on simplified arrangement; Paramount 
Music Corp., New York; 14Feb50; 
EP44321. 

EVANS. REDD. 
American Beauty Rose. SEE 
A It man, Arthur. 

EVANS, TOLCHARD. 
Lady of Spain; by Tolchard Evans, 
accordion band arrangement by F. Henri 
Klickman. [Score (5 accordions) and 
parts] $2. 50 © on arrangement; Sam 
Fox Pub. Co., New York; lMay50; 
EP45904. 

There's a lovely lake in Loveland; words 
by Ralph Butler and Stanley J. Dam ere 11, 
music by Tolchard Evans. [New version 
of There's a lovely lake in London] 
New York, Mills Music. © on new lyric; 
Campbell, Connelly a Co. , ltd.; 23Dec49; 
EP43519. 

EVERETT, BLANCHE MAE, 1905- 
Our flag will always be there right on 
time. SEE Edwards, C. T. 

EVERSMAN, JOHN DILLON, 1904- 
Ecusta; [march] by John D. Eversman, 
Lucille Heffner, Mary Glass [and others] 
[For piano] © on arrangement; Ecu at* 
Paper Corp., Pisgah Forest, N. C. ; 
22Dec49; EP43353. 

EVTEUX-LAMBERET. CAMILLE. 1904- 
Notions de solfege: Cours preparatoire en 
vingt lecons a 1' usage des debutants; 
theorie elemental re illuatree de nom- 
breuz exemples cholsis ou composes par 
Camilla Evieux-Lamberet. 160 francs 
© Henry Lemoine a cie, Paris; 1. cycle, 
2Jan48 (in notice: 1947); EF15075. 



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La petite methode des faiseurs et joueurs 
de plpeaux de bambou. The little method 
for makers and players of bamboo pipes. 
Par Camille Evieux- Lambert et Bernarde 
Inchausp6. © Rouart, Lerolle fc cie, 
Paris; 5Jan50; EFO-1604. 

EWALD. ESTHER. 
See Texas in the spring; words and music 
by Gene Evans, John Mills [and) 
Esther Ewald. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 29Dec49; EP44574. 

EWE, BENGT. pseud . SEE 
Moberg, Einar. 

EWEN, DAVID. 

•Men and women who make music. New 

York, Merlin Press. 233 p. illus. 

© on new material & new illus. ; David 

Ewen; 15Not49; A41000. 
#The story of Irving Berlin; illustrated by 

Jane Castle. 179 p. © Henry Holt and 

Co., inc.. New York; 17Mar50; A43359. 



pseud. 
irl Ewe 



Chrlstenson, Karl Ewert, 1888- 

EWING, MARY PORTEOUS, 1877- 
This England; words by Shakespeare, 
music by Porteous Ewing. 2/- © Edwin 
Ashdown, ltd., London; 12Jan50 (in 
notice: 1949); EFO-1332. 

EWING, MONTAGUE. 
The bird book. Par mi les oiseaux. By 
Montague Ewing. Six easy pieces for 
pianoforte. (Album series, no. 69) 3/- 
© Bos worth & Co. . ltd. , London; 
180ct49; EFO-2272. 
Just an echo down the canyon; [byl 
Sherman Myers [pseud. , words by] 
Tommie Connor, arr. by Ray Terry. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, 
with words) and parts] © on arrange- 
ment; Bosworth & Co. , ltd. , London; 
21Dec49; EFO-2177. 
Just an echo down the canyon; lyrics by 
Tommie Connor, music by Sherman 
Myers [pseud. ] © Bosworth & Co. , ltd. , 
London; 9Aug49; EF 15495. 

EWING, PORTEOUS. SEE 
Ewing, Mary Porteous, 1877- 

EYTON. FRANK, pseud . SEE 
Holllnworth, Francis John Eyton, 

♦EZIO PINZA ALBUM OF CONCERT SONGS 
AND ARIAS. New York, G. Schirmer 
[1950] $2 Partial contents separately 
registered: EP47015. 



FABER, ALBERT. 1912- 
Job 22:21; [by] Albert Faber. [Hymn, 
with music] © Albert Faber; 10Mar50; 
EP45315. 
John 20:31; [by] Albert Faber. [Close 
■core: SATB] © Albert Faber; 10Mar50; 
EP45314. 

FABER, F. W. 
Hark! Hark, my soul. SEE 
Stowers, Calvin. 



FABOR, G., pseud . 
Borgazzi, Fabio. 



. SEE 
1920- 



FABREGAT. ENRIQUE. 
Se aieja on corasdn; bolero [by] Enrique 
Fabregat, orquestacidn de Evaristo 
Tafoya. [Piano-conductor score: 
orchestra; with worda] © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musics, s.a. , 
Mexico; 13 Mar 50; EFO-2281. 

FACCILONGO. 

Mariolita. SEE Campori. 

FAECQ. FELIX, 1901- 
Angel 8 lullaby. SEE Freundlich, 
GOnter. 



Aquarelle. SEE Fontaine, Jos6. 
Boutade. SEE Fontaine, Jose". 
Forgotten dream. SEE Freundlich, 

Gunter. 
Je traine mon destin. SEE 

Freundlich, Gunter. 
The keys of heaven. SEE Israels, 

Philippe. 
Savannah serenade. SEE Freundlich, 

Gunter. 
Voix du foyer. SEE Fontaine, Jos£. 

FAGAN, GIDEON. 
The haunted house; by Gideon Fagan. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d 
© Chappell & Co. , ltd. . London; 7Feb50; 
EFO-1864. 
Pastoral montage; by Gideon Fagan. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d 
© Chappell & Co. , ltd. , London; 7Feb50; 
EF0-1865. 

FAILE, TOMMY. 
I'll never have a chance with you again; 
words and music by Tommy Faile. 
© Peer International Corp. , New York; 
6Dec49; EP43847. 

FAIN. SAMMY. 1902- 

I can dream, can't I? Four part mixed 
voices, S.A.T.B., arr. by William 
Stickles, words by Irving Kahal, music 
by Sammy Fain. (Chappell' s vocal 
library of part songs, 2164) [With 
piano ace. ] 20£ © on arrangement; 
Chappell & Co. , inc. , New York; 
12Apr50; EP45558. 

I can dream, can't I? Three-part female 
voices, S.S.A , arr by William Stickles, 
words by Irving Kahal, music by Sammy 
Fain. (Chappell's vocal library of part 
songs, 3211) [With piano ace. ] 20? 
© on arrangement; Chappell & Co. , inc. , 
New York; 31Dec49; EP43903. 

I'll be seeing you; words by Irving Kahal, 
music by Sammy Fain, vocal orch. arr. 
by Bob Noeltner. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on vocal orchestration; Williamson 
Music, inc.. New York; 19May50; 
EP46821. 

Lock, stock and barrel; words by Paul 
Francis Webster, music by Sammy Fain. 
© Burke k Van Heusen, inc. , New York; 
3Apr50; EP45276. 

(Michael Todd's Peep show) Violins from 
nowhere; from Michael Todd's Peep show, 
lyric by Herb Magidson, music by Sammy 
Fain. © Bregman, Vocco k Conn, inc. , 
New York; 22Mar50; EP45091. 

FAITH. PERCY, 1908- 
Brazilian sleigh bells; by Percy Faith. 
[For piano] © Mutual Music Society, 
inc. , New York; 16Jun50; EP47438. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27Feb50, 
EU195350. 
Contrasts; vocal solo, words by Harry 
Foster, music by Percy Faith. 50£ 
© The John Church Co. , Bryn Mawr, 
Pa.; 2May50; EP46054. 
Drink to me only with thine eyes; chorus 
for mixed voices, S.S. A. T. T.B.B. 
Old English air arr. by Percy Faith. 
[With piano ace. ] 16£ © on arrangement; 
The John Church Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 
10May50; EP46286. 
Juanlta; chorus for mixed voices S. S. A. T. 
T.B.B., Spanish melody, arr. by Percy 
Faith. [With piano ace. ] W © on ar- 
rangement; The John Church Co. , Bryn 
Mawr, Pa.; 27Feb50; EP44694. 
Manbn; lyrics by Bob Russell, music by 
Percy Faith. © Harman Music, inc. , 
New York; 2Jun50; EP47029. Appl. 
states prev. reg. as Someone called 
Manbn, 13Apr50, EU201333. 
Swanee River. SEE Foster, S. C. 

FAJARDO. NOE. 
Mi chamaquita. SEE Guerrero. E. S. 



FALCOMATA, VTNCENZO, 1911- 
Cancion de La Plata. SEE HIS 

Juramento. 
Che peccato! Swing burlesco, parole di 
B. Cherubini, musics di V. Falcomatk. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni musical! 
Asso, Milano; 10Feb50; EFO-3133. 
Un fiore ail'occhiello; beguine serenata, 
parole di B. Cherubini, musica di V. 
Faicomata. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni musicali Asso, Milano; 
10Jan50; EFO-3131. 
(Juramento) Cane ion de La Plata. [Can- 
zone de La Plata]; beguine bolero, del 
film Juramento, de Stilos -Faicomata. 
[Versions ital. di B. Cherubini] [Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Edizioni musical! Asso, 
Milano; 20Apr50; EFO-3134. 
Melodia neil'estasi; canzone slow, parole 
di B. Cherubini, musica di V. Falcomatk. 
( With his Che peccato!) [Piano -conductor 
score {orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni musicali Asso, Milano; 
10Feb50; EF0-3133. 
Taco toco tico; samba del borracho, pa- 
role di B. Cherubini, musica di V. 
Falcomatk. ( With Schisa, Mario. 
Povero Chico) [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni musicali Asso, Milano; 
10Jan50; EFO-3132. 

FALCON, JULIO. 1904- 

J' attends le bonheur. No vuelvas jamas, 
tango, [by] Julio Falcon. [Paroles 
francaises de Marc Vandry, pseud. , 
paroles espagnoles de Liogar, pseud. ] 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words) © Julio Garzon, 
Paris; 30Dec49 (in notice: 1950); 
EFO-2511. 

Milagro; tango [by] Julio Falcon. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Julio Garson, Paris; 31 Dec 4 9 
(in notice: 1950); EFO-2474. 

Reviens vers moi. Se fue mi amor. Tango 
[de] Julio Falcon, [paroles francaises de 
Marc Vandry [pseud. ], [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Julio Garson, Paris; 30Dec49 (in notice: 
1950); EFO-2440. 

FALCONIERI. ANDREA. 

Bella fanciulla; [by] Andrea Falconierl, 
edited by Knad Jeppesen. (In Jeppessn, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, pT 10) 
[For voice and piano) © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, maalk-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EFO-2041. 

Bella porta di rublni; [by] Andrea Falconi- 
erl, edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, r. 3, 
p. 12) [For voice and piano] © on har- 
monization; Wilhelm Hansen, maalk- 
forlag, Copanaghen; lSep49; EF0-2O43. 

Donn' lngrata; [by] Andrea Falconieri, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 14) [For 
voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Cope naff - 
hen; lSep49; EFO-2089. 

Occhietti amatl; [by] Andrea Falconieri, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In_ Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, p. 11) [For 
voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EFO-2042. 



FALK, J. 
The tempest. 



SEE Durrner, J. 



FALK. JOHAN. 
Allt detta och himlen dart ill. 
Engstrom, Sune. 



SEE 



FALK, LENNART E. 
Det ftr sa dftr nar man ar kar. SEE 
BergstrOm, Gulli. Peggy pa vift. 



904383 O - 50 - 6 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FARB, JACK. 

Linda Oaxaca; canci6n oaxaquena, letra 
y musica de Jack Farb. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Miisica Internacional. s. a. , 
Mexico; 18Aug49; EFO-1002. 

Mi chata; cancidn ranchera, letra y 
musica de Jack Farb. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Mtasica International, s. a. , 
Mexico; 18Aug49; EFO-1004. 

FARBO, JOE, 1901- 
I don't know; polka, by Joe Farbo. (Roma's 
accordion edition, no. 6031) 300 © Roma 
Music Co., Cleveland; 10May50; 
EP46262. 

FARGA, FRANZ. 

•Violins k violinists; translated by Egon 
Larsen [pseud. ] With a chapter on 
English violin- makers, by E. W. 
Lavender. 223 p. illus. © Rockllff 
Pub. Corp. , ltd. , London; 3Feb50; 
2c 15Feb50; AIO-260. 

FARJEON. ELEANOR. 
Looking on. SEE Ireland, John. 

FARJEON, HERBERT. 
Failing out of love. SEE Pritchett, 
John. 

FARLEY. ED., 1904- 
Oh -Oh -Oh -Ophelia. SEE Voorhees. 

Leslie. 
The wrestlers' song. SEE Voorhees, 
Leslie. 

FARNELL, GENEVIEVE. SEE 
Bond, Genevieve (Farnell) 

FARNON, ROBERT. 
The comic mystic; by Robert Farnon. 

[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d. 

© Chappell k Co. , ltd. , London; 

18May50; EFO-3481. 
Gateway to the west; by Robert Farnon. 

[Melody with instrumental cues| 6d 

© Chappell k Co. , ltd. , London; 7Feb50; 

EFO-1880. 
Oriental march; by Robert Farnon. 

[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d. 

© Chappell k Co. , ltd. , London; 

18May50; EFO-3483. 
Tete a tete; by Robert Farnon. [Melody 

with instrumental cues] 6d © Chappell 

*Co., ltd.. London; 7Feb50; EFO-1879. 

FARNSWORTH. NANCY. 
Temporarily blue. SEE Danzig, 
Evelyn. 

FARQUHAR, MARION. 
Cantique du Rhone. SEE Milhaud. 
Darius. 

FARRANT, RICHARD, fl. 1584-1580. 
Call to remembrance,"© Lord; S. A. T. B. , 
[by] Richard Farrant, edited by Peter 
Stone. [Words from Psalm XXV: 5-7] 
(Pro Art choral, no. 1217) [With piano 
reduction] 160 © on editing; Pro Art 
Publications, New York; 31May50; 
EP47192. 

FARRAR, WALTON THOMAS, 1918- 
I cross my fingers; by Walter Kent and 
Walton Farrar. [For voice and piano, 
with ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© United Music Corp. , New York; 
HMay50 (in notice: 1949); EP46253. 

FARRELL. KENNETH LEROY, 1920- 
Symbol of strength; concert march, 
composed k arr. for concert band by 
Kenneth L. Farrell. [Score] © Kenneth 
Leroy Farrell; 28Apr50; EU204838. 



FARRELL, RUTH WARD. 
The three bears. SEE Ward, L. 



H. 



FARRES. OSVALDO. 
Yes, yes and yes; words by Harold Spina, 
music by Osvaldo Farres. © Osvaldo 
Farres Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 20Jan50; EP43951. 



FASCINATO, JACK. 
Make up your mind to make up with me; 
words and music by John Redmond k 
Jack Fascinato. © Novelty Music Co. , 
New York; 18Apr50; EP46103. 

FASSINO, GIOVANNI, 1913- 
Fuoco di paglia; swing, parole di U. 
Bertini, musica e arr. di G. Fassino. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Suvini 
Zerboni. Milano; 8Mar50; EF0-2781. 
Un motivo nel cuore; beguine, parole di 
Pancino. musica di G. Fassino. (With 
Capotosti, Edilio Mi cercherai) [ Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Edizioni Italmusica, Milano; 
Uan50; EFO-2364. 

FASSIO, ANGELO. 1888- 

In play land. Au pays des jeux. By A. 
Fassio. Lachute, Que. , Le Parnasse 
musical, sole selling agents in U. S. A. , 
Axelrod Publications, Providence. [For 
piano] 50? © Editions A. Fassio; 
lMay50; EFO-3310. 

(Un sour ire . . . quand on s'aime) Just a 
smile is worth a long talk indeed; lyrics 
byM. Forester [pseud.], music by A. 
Fassio. [English words] © on English 
lyrics; A. Fassio Publications, Lachute, 
Que.; lMay50; EF0-3309. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Un sour ire . . . quand on 
s'aime, 20May49, EF13338. 

FASSL, KARL. 1896- 
Viens danser la polka. SEE Rey, Louis. 

FAULX, JEAN-BAPTISTE, 1896- 
L'alro vainqueur; marche, [by] J. B. 
Faulx. [Piano -conductor score: band] 6fr. 
© Editions musicales Brogneaux, 
Bruxelles; 15Dec49; EFO-1147. 
Bastogne military band; marche militaire, 
avec ciairons ad lib. [by] J. B. Faulx. 
[Piano -conductor score: band] 5fr. 
© Editions musicales Brogneaux, 
Brussels; 15Dec49; EFO-1177. 
Floraison; valse, [by] Max Artez, [pseud. ] 
[Piano -conductor score: band] 6fr. 
© Editions musicales Brogneaux, 
Bruxelles; 15Dec49; EFO-1146. 
Marche de l'amicale des invalides de 
Schaerbeek; marche militaire aveo 
ciairons ad lib., [by] J. B. Faulx. 
[ Piano -c on 'jctor score: band] 6fr. 
© Editions nusicales Brogneaux. 
Bruxelles; 15Dec49; EFO-1149. 
Marche des poilus. SEE Ackermans, 

Henri. 
(Les rameaux) The palms; for chorus of 
mixed voices with baritone solo and 
organ or piano, [by] Jean Baptiste Faure, 
arr. by Charles R. Cronham. 20£ © on 
arrangement; Carl Fischer, inc. , New 
York; 18Jan50; EP44277. 
(Les rameaux) The palms; S. A. or T. B , 
optional solo for medium voice. By 
Jean Baptiste Faure, arr. by Wayne 
Howorth, (Belwin octavo, no. 1013) 
[With piano ace. ] 15? © on arrangement; 
Belwin, inc. , New York; 10Jan50; 
EP43442. 
(Les rameaux) The palms; S. S. A. [with] 
optional solo for medium voice, by Jean 
Baptiste Faure, arr. bv Wayne Howorth. 
(Belwin octavo, no. 1014) [With piano 
ace] 15? ©Belwin, inc.. New York; 
17Feb50; EP44445. 
Sortie militaire; marche militaire (avec 
ciairons ad lib.), [by] JrB. Faulx. 
[Piano -conductor score: band] 6fr. 
© Editions musicales Brogneaux. 
Bruxelles; 15Dec49; EFO-1148. 

FAUREf. GABRIEL URBAIN. 1845-1924. 
Automne. Autumn; (by) Gabriel Faure. 
Op. 18. no. 3. Edited by Franz Rupp. 
[Words by] Armand Silvestre. English 
version by Lorraine Noel Finley. (In 
Rapp. Franz, ed. Marian Anderson 
album of songs and spirituals, p. 60-63) 
© on editing k English version; G. 
Schirmer, inc.. New York; lljun48; 
EP44242. 



FAVEREAU, GUY. 1919- 
Le Bresil n'est pas ici. SEE 
Corchia. Primo. 

FAVIER. ALFREDO. 
Nos vamos a la capital; Tilfn. tiian. 
guaracha, letra y musica de Alfredo 
Favier. arr. [by] Angel Mola. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] © Rumbalero Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills. Calif.; 28Dec49; EP44431. 



FAVRE. ALBERT, 
Ein kleines Lied. 

Othmar. 
Paris. SEE Grubauer, Othmar 



1901- 

SEE Grubauer, 



FAVRE, GEORGES, 1905- 
Adagio et rondo. SEE Ozi, Etienne. 
Premiere fete rustique. SEE 

Naudot, J. J. 
Quand je la vov; choeur pour voix de 
femmes, [by] Georges Favre, poesie 
de Saint -Arrant. [Unacc. ] © Durand 
k cie, Paris; 5Jan49; EF15092. 
♦Six lemons de solfege; a change men ts de 
cles, [by] Georges Favre. [For voice 
and piano, without words] © Durand k 
cie, Paris; HMay49; EF15116. 
Solfeges de concours a 1 et 2 voix. 
SEE Paris. Ecoles Communales. 
♦(Sonata, violin k piano) Sonate; pour 
violon et piano [by] Georges Favre. 
[Score and part] © Durand k cie, Paris; 
31Dec49 (in notice: 1950); EF0-1584. 
Solfege elementaire; a deux voix, 25 
lecons par Georges Favre. © Durand * 
cie, Paris; 2. cahier, 28Feb49; 
EF15091. 
Troisieme sonatille. SEE Ch^deville, 
Pierre. 

FAXAS, C. 
Mucho, mucho, mucho. SEE Recio, 
Mario. 

FAXON, NANCY PLUMMER. 
An evening prayer; motet for mixed voices, 
[by] Nancy Plummer Faxon. [Words by] 
St. Ambrose, tr. [by] John Mason Neaie. 
(Wood octavo series, 703) [With piano 
redaction] 150 © The B. F. Wood Music 
Co., Boston; 29Mar50; EP45168. 

FAY. ROMELLE. 
If Texas told what Arkan-saw, then what 
did Tenne-see? Words and music by 
Stan Freberg and Rome lie Fay. 
© Beechwood Music Corp. , New York; 
15May50; EP46702. 

.YRFAX, ROBERT. 

Magnificat regali; [by] Robert Fayrfax, 
[edited by Anselm Hughes] (The Fayrfax 
series, [no. 1]) [Score: SATTB and 
piano reduction] 1/6 © on editing; 
Stainer k Bell, ltd. , London; 7Nov49; 
EFO-2376. 



FEAHY, MICHAEL, 
Hollander. Hugo. 



iseud. SEE 



pseud . 



FEDERER. RALPH. 
Moon over Madrid; piano solo [by] Ralph 
Federer. 40C © Theodore Presser Co. , 
Bryn Mawr. Pa.; 29May50; EP46912. 



FEHRING. JOHANNES, pseud. 
Fembach, Johannes, 1925- 



SEE 



FEIBEL, FRED. 
Toccata in blue; a modern solo for Ham- 
mond organ, by Fred Feibel. 75£ 
© Ethel Smith Music Corp. , New York; 
24Feb50; EP44650. 

FEIGEL. LOUIS, 1894- 
Pepitschku. SEE Huber, Pepi. 

FEIGL, ERNST. 
Rondels. SEE Grosz, Wilhelm. 



FEIN, HARRY F. 
Fair Zion. SEE Braslavsky, 



S. G. 



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FELD. LEO, d. 1924. 
Kleider mac Hen Leute. SEE 
Zemlinsky, Alexander. 

[FELDMAN. EMILE], 1902- 
Nonadas. Petits riens; tango, musique de 
Doens [pseud. 1 fc Jose Amor. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Editions F. Grare, Paris; 30Dec49; 
EFO-1597. 

FELDMAN, HARRY ALLEN. 
The Pro Art unison string class method; 
an elementary course for class or in- 
dividual instruction for any combination 
of strings by Harry Alien Feldman. 
[Score (violin, viola, cello, bass) and 
parts] [Each book 75 £, conductor $1. 50] 
© Pro Art Publications, New York; 
28Apr50; EP45901. 

FELDMAN, MORRIS. 
Five original piano solos. SEE 
Garner, Errol. 

FELICE. JACK. 
Arrivederci. Till we meet again; words 
and music by Kelly Rand and Jack Felice. 
© Peer International Corp. , New York; 
7Feb50; EP44563. 

FELLBORN, LARS. 
Gondoliarens s&ng; musik: Lasse Fellborn 
[and] Verner Aslund, Text: Fellborn, 
Aslund [and] Tommy [pseud. ] © Reuter 
k Reuter fOrlags a. -b. , Stockholm; 
lDec49; EFO-1261. 

FELLER, SHERMAN. 1918- 
Fm in love with the mother of the girl 
I love; by Sherm Feller. [Melody and 
chord symbols, with words] © Roxbury 
Music Co., Boston; 15Dec49; EP46688. 
I'm in love with the mother of the girl 
I love; lyric and music by Sherm 
Feller. © Roxbury Music Co. , Roxbury, 
Mass. ; 14Jun50; EP47402. Appl. states 
prev. reg. EU187494. 

FELLOWES, EDMUND HORACE, 1870- 
Adieu, sweet Amaryllis. SEE Wilbye, 

John. 
The collected vocal works of William 

Byrd. SEE Byrd. William. Works. 
Dum transisset Sabbatum. SEE 

Taverner, John. 

FELSENFELD, BETTY. 
Jest in time. SEE Brailove. Susan. 



FELTZ. KURT, 1910- 
Wer soil das bezahlen? 
Schmitz, Jupp. 



SEE 



FENDLER, EDVARD. 1902- 
Symphony in D major. SEE Haydn, 
Joseph. Symphony, M. 53. 

FENNER. BEATRICE, 1904- 
Wedding music. SEE Nordman, 
Chester. 



FENWICK, DAVID. 
Take it easy, take it light. 
Jones, F. R. 



SEE 



FERAUDY. MAURICE DE. 
There are dreams in your eyes when we 
dance. SEE Berger, Rodolphe. 

FERGO. TONY. 
Me rio del amor; mambo, letra y musica 
de Tony Fergo. arr. de H. Suarez. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] $0. 50 ctvs. © Peer 
y Compaflia. s. 1. , Habana; 30Dec49; 
EF0-1353. 

FERGUSON, SIR SAMUEL. 
The lark in the clear air. SEE 
Deale, E. M. 

FERLIN, NILS. 
Gardstango. SEE Lemhagen, Emil. 



SEE Turesson, 



Pa Arendorffs tid. 
Gunnar. 

FERLING, 
Adagio; pour clarinette et piano, [by] 
Ferling, [adapte a la clarinette par 
Pierre Lefebvre, ace. de piano, par 
Andre Petiot] [Score and part] 8fr.75 
© on accompaniment & adaptation; 
Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 25Nov49; 
EFO-1678. 



:, Dseud, 
, 1898V 



Travnicek, Andre, 



FERNANDEZ, CARLO. 

Cielito Undo. Beautiful heaven; [by C. 
Fernandez], piano solo, arr. and edited 
by Pietro Ballatore. (Kammen educational 
series, no. 286) 35£ © on arrangement; 
J. & J. Kammen Music Co. , New York; 
14Mar50; EP46323. 

Cielito Undo; Spanish waltz, lyric by 
Dorothy Swank, music by Carlo Fernan- 
dez, [arrangement and instruction] by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu 
modern piano accordion course, [lesson] 
2 IX) © on arrangement; Oahu Pub. Co. , 
Cleveland; 10Feb50; EP44675. 

FERNANDEZ, IVAN. 
La mulata cheche; guaracha, letra y 
musica de Ivan Fernandez, arr. de Nino 
Rivera. [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words] $0.50 
© Peer y Cia. , s.l. , Habana; HMay50; 
EFO-3302. 

FERNANDEZ, MRS. M. 
Mauna Kea. SEE Glynn B. B. 

FERNANDEZ, MIGUEL SUAREZ. SEE 
Suarez Fernandez, Miguel, 1915- 

FERNANDEZ, OSCAR LORENZO. SEE 
Lorenzo Fernandez, Oscar, 1897- 

FERNANDEZ DIEZ, JOSE*, 1901- 
Pasodoble. SEE Rosillo, E. P. Los 

babilonios. 
Schotisch. SEE Rosillo, E. P. Los 
babilonios. 

FERNANDEZ SHAW, F. 
Luisa Fernanda. SEE Moreno 
Torroba, F. 

FERNANDEZ SHAW E ITURRALDE. 
GUILLERMO, 1893- 
Luisa Fernanda. SEE 
Moreno Torroba, F. 

FERNBACH. JOHANNES. 1926- 
Popocatepetl. SEE Filip, Frank. 

Eins, zwei, drei - aus. 
Was der Willi seiner Lilly nachts 
erzahlt. SEE Filip, Frank. Eins, 
zwei, drei - aus. 

FERNSTR6M, JOHN, 1897- 

♦Syxnphonic burlesque; [by] John FernstrOm. 
Score. © A. b. Nordiaka musikfOrlaget, 
Stockholm; lDec49; EFO-2261. 

Varregnet; [by] John FernstrOm, op.48f, 
[words by] Gabriel JOnsson. (Gehrmans 
kvartett-bibliotek, nr.251) [Score: TTBB] 
Kr.0:45 © A-b. Carl Gehrmans musik - 
forlag, Stockholm; Uan46: EF15587. 

FERR, FRANCIS, pseud. SEE 
Ferrandino, Francis, 1908- 

FERRANDINO. FRANCIS, 1908- 
Cheri(e), je t'aime. SEE Dumas, Jean. 
Dis moi, je t'aime; paroles [and] musique 
de J. Dumas et F. Ferr [pseud. ] 
© Editions Jean Dumas, Marseille, 
France; 2Jan50 (in notice: 1949); 
EFO-1665. 

FERRARI, CONTEFIOR- SEE 
Contefior-Ferrari. 



FERRARI. LOUIS, 1910- 

Avec la nuit; tango chants, paroles de 
Andre" Viaud, musique de Louis Ferrari. 
© Les Nouvelles Editions Meridian, 
Paris; 15Feb50; FF0-2872. 

Fontaine; bolero-rumba, paroles de 
Jacques Plante, musique de Louis Fer- 
rari. [For voice and piano, and voice 
part with chord symbols] © Arpege, 
editions musicales. Paris; 28Sep49; 
EFO-1569. 

FERRARI. ORNELLA COLOMBI. SEE 

Colombi Ferrari. Ornella, 1914- 

FERRARI. PIETRO, 1905- 
Composizioni scelte per organo. 
SEE Bach, J. S. Works, organ. 

FERRARI. T. 
Lodoletta. SEE Mar a no, M. G. 
Studentessa. SEE Marano, M. G. 

FERRARIS, LANDO. 

Si e no; mazurka con variazioni di Lando 
Ferraris. Roma, Edizioni musical! 
A. I. D. A. (With Bianco. Mariarb . . . 
mbi-mbb) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 30ct49; EFO-1094. 

FERRE, CLIFF. 
Comanche Rose. SEE Jacobs, Al. 
Tears on my tie. SEE Jacobs, Al. 

FERRE, LEO. 1916- 
Les amants de Paris. SEE Bacri, E. D. 

FERRI, MARIO, 1914- 
Giovanna. SEE Ferrini, Carlo. 

FERRINI. CARLO, 1918- 
Giovanna; canzone fox moderato, parole 
di M. Ferri, musica di C. Ferrini. 
(Serie canzoni di successo, 2158) 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Redi, edizioni 
musical!, Milano; 14Feb50; EFO-3516. 

FERRIS. RAY. 
The country girl's warning; words by 
Willis Arthur, music by Ray Ferris & 
Jean Walz, a Jean Walz arrangement. 
© Arthur & Walz, Woods Music Pub- 
lishers, Chicago; 3Jan50; EP43538. 

FERSTL. THEO. 1910- 
Eine wie Sie, Frftulein Marie. SEE 
Huber, Pepi. 

FERTMAN, EDWIN I. , 1905- 
Democrats on parade. SEE Berk, 
S. S. 

FESTIVAL DI CANZONI. [Compiled by 
Casa editrlce Nacionale musicale] [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Casa editrice nazionale musicale, 
Milano; n. 2, lMar50; EFO-3424. 

FETTER, MARJORIE. 
Berceuse; for piano [by] Marjorie Fetter. 

2/- ©Allan* Co., pty. ltd., Melbourne; 

2lNov49; EFO-3366. 
(Scherzo, piano) Scherzo; [by] Marjorie 

Fetter. 2/- © Allan & Co. , pty. ltd.. 

Melbourne; 2lNov49; EFO-3365. 

FEWELL, CARROLL MARVIN, 1919- 
Thou hast been our dwelling place; for 
S. A. T. B. voices, by Carroll M. Fewell. 
[Words from] Psalm 90. 1, 2. 3. (Hansen 
choral library, no. 508) [With piano re- 
daction) 20? © Chas. H. Hansen Music 
Co., New York; 5Apr50; EP45697. 

FEZLER, CHARLES EDWARD. 
Can't you tell? Lyrics and music by 
Charles E. Fezler. © on added verse; 
National Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 22Aug49; 
EP45375. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
EU128946. 



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FIAMMENGHI. 
A Baia Blanca; rumba, musica di Fiam- 
menghi, parole di Pinchi [pseud. ] 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni music a li 
STOP, Milano; 3Jan50; EFO-1744. 
Certe parole; slow, musica di Fiammenghi, 
parole di Pinchi [pseud. , arrang. di 
Wilhelm] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni musicali Stop, Milano; 
4Jan50; EFO-1818. 

FD3ICH, ZDENEK, 1850-1900. 
Poeme; Jby] Zdenko Fibich, [arr. by 
Alfred Jonn d'Auberge] [For accordion] 
20£ © on arrangement; Alfred d'Auberge, 
New York; 3Apr50; EP45447. 

FICHANDLER. WILLIAM, 1888- 
Skippedy hop; for the piano, by William 
Fichandler. 30C © G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York; 7Jun50; EP47256. 
Somersaults; for the piano, by William 
Fichandler. 30£ © G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York; 2Jun50; EP47273. 
Talking it over; for the piano, by William 
Fichandler. 30f © G. Schirmer, inc. , 
New York; 14Jun50; EP47279. 

FIEDOS. VLADIMIR. 1926- 
Chanson de mon village. SEE Israel, 

Marcel. 
Tango tzigane. SEE Israel, Marcel. 

FIELD, CARL. 
I'll get myself a choo choo train, and go far, 
far away. SEE Weiss, Stephan. 

FIELD. CHARLES. 
Hop o 1 my thumb. SEE Bayford, D. E. 

FIELD, EUGENE, 1850-1895. 
Little Boy Blue. SEE Nevin, E. W. 

FIELDING, WILLIAM KAYE, 1917- 
Sleepy little guy; lyric & theme by W. K. 
Fielding. © William Kaye Fielding; 
25Jan50; EP44373. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Lullaby in blue; 9 Mar 48; 
EU120178. 

FIELDS, CARL, 1902- 
I'll get myself a choo choo train and 
go far, far away. SEE Weiss, Stephan. 

FIELDS, DOROTHY, 1904- 
A cow and a plough and a frau. SEE 

Gould, Morton. Arms and the girl. 
Don't talk. SEE Gould, Morton. 

Arms and the girl. 
Nothin' for nothin'. SEE Gould, Morton. 

Arms and the girl. 
That's my fella. SEE Gould, Morton. 

Arms and the girl. 
There must be so me thin" better than 

love. SEE Gould, Morton. Arms 

and the girl. 
You kissed me. SEE Gould, Morton. 

Arms and the girl. 

FIELDS. HAROLD CORNELIUS. 1919- 
Kiss me goodnight. SEE Rosas, 
Juventino. Sobre las olas. 

SEE ALSO Hollander, Hugo, pseud . ; 
Musel, Bob, pseud . ; Pasquale, Dino, 
pseud . 

FIELDS, IRVING, 1915- 

The kiss polka. Dajni buf i. By Irving 
Fields. [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols. English words] © Crest 
Music Co., New York; 18Jan50; EP43617. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 270ct49, 
EU183212. 

Miami Beach rumba; [by Irving Fields], 
arr. by Charles Magnante. [For accord- 
ion] 60? © on arrangement; Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp. , New York; 4Jan50; 
EP43233. 



Take her to Jamaica where the rum come 
from; words by Jack Edwards, music 
by Irving Fields. © Crest Music Co. , 
New York; 29Apr50; EP46001. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 7Mar50, EU196234. 

FIFIELD. LEWIS F 
Starlight and roses; words and music by 
Lewis Fifield. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46515. 



pseud. 
Harry 



Iseborg, Harry. 

FIGUEROA, OTILIA. 
Sonar no cuesta nada; canci6n beguine, 
musica de Otilia Figueroa, letra de 
Gonzalo Curiel. Orquestacidn de Sergio 
Guerrero. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 12Apr50; 
EFO-2717. 

FILAS, THOMAS J. . 1908- 
Quack- quack polka. SEE Ballantine, 

Eddie. 
Serenade for clarinet; B flat clarinet solo 
with piano accompaniment, by Thomas 
J. Filas. [Score and part] 75? © Robbins 
Music Corp. , New York; 6Feb50; 
EP45285. 

FILIBELLO, pseud . SEE 
Beilobuono, Fiiippo, 1900- 

FILIP FRANK, 1903- 
(Eins, zwei. drei - aus) Kleines Schwlp- 
serl; ein Welnerlied, Text und Musik: 
Frank Filip, aus dem Film, Eins, xwei, 
drei - aus. © Ludwig Dob linger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky) KG., Wien; 13Dec49; 
EF0-2332. 

(Eins, zwei, drei - aus) Popocatepetl; 
Swing, aus dem Film, Eins, zwei, drei - 
aus. Text und Musik: Frank Filip; 
Arrangement: Johannes Fehring [pseud. , 
and] Teddy Windholz. (Salon -Orchester, 
Nr. 859) [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] © on 
arrangement; Ludwig Dob linger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky) K. G. , Wien; 8Jan50; 
EFO-3000. 

(Eins, zv/ei, drei - aus) Popocatepetl; 
swing, text und musik: Frank Filip, aus 
dem film, Eins, zwei, drei - aus. 
© Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzman- 
sky) KG., Wien; 13Dec49; EF0-2333. 

(Eins, zwei, drei - aus) Was der Willi 
seiner Lilly nachts erzahlt; Swing, aus 
dem Film, Eins, zwei, drei - aus. 
Text und Musilc Frank Filip; Arrange- 
ment: Johannes Fehring [pseud. , and] 
Teddy Windholz. (Salon -Orchester, 
Nr.859) ( With his Popocatepetl) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) 
K. G. . Wien; 8Jan50; EF0-3000. 

FILIPPINI, GINO, 1900- 
Non mi destare; beguine, parole di R. 
Morbelli, musica di G. Fllippinl. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni melodi 
(in notice: S. a. melodi), Milano; 3Feb50; 
EFO-3117. 

FILKINS, GUY CHAMBERS, 1890- 
Christmas caravan; S. A. T. B. , words 
and music by Guy Chambers Filkins. 
[Arr. by V. K. R. from a three choir 
anthem] (Pro Art choral, no. 1214) 
[With piano ace. ] 20? © Pro Art Publica- 
tions, New York; 3lMay50; EP47191. 

The Christmas Scripture in song; unison 
for youth voices, by Guy Chambers 
Filkins. [With piano ace. ] 35<! © Pro 
Art Publications, New York; 28Apr50; 
EP45899. 



Resurrection morn; Easter anthem, [for] 
S.A. T.B. , [words by Louise R. White- 
man], music by Guy C. Filkins. (Pro 
Art choral, no. 1197) [With piano re- 
duction] 15C © Pro Art Publications, 
New York; 11 Mar 50; EP44837. 
The sweet story; unison chorus for youth 
voices. Music by Guy Chambers Filkins, 
[words by Jemima T. Luke] (Pro Art 
choral, no. 1213) 18^ © Pro Art Publica- 
tions, New York; 5May50: EP46304. 
Te Deum in G; S.A. T.B. with solo voice, 
music by Guy C. Filkins. (Pro Art 
choral, no. 1187) [With piano or organ 
ace. ; English words] 22£ © Pro Art 
Publications, New York; HMar50; 
EP44836. 

FINDER GEORGE A 
Fin-der beach-boy uke method; Hawaiian 
style, created by George A. Finder, 
developed by Nino Marcelli. 6 Of 
©Fin-der, inc., San Diego, Calif.; 
17Apr50; AA153292. 

FINE, IRVING GIFFORD, 1914- 

♦Music for piano; by Irving Fine. $2 © G. 

Schirmer, inc.. New York; 5Dec49; 

EP43833. 

FINE, JACK WOLF. 
Today, tomorrow and forever. SEE 
Lisbona, E. M. 

FINKE, JOHN, Jr. 
Second solovoxTlbum; a collection of 
special arrangements of the world's 
best loved melodies for the Hammond 
solo vox, compiled and arr. by John 
Finke, Jr. $1.25 © on compilation fc 
arrangement; Theodore Pressor Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 22May50; EP46798. 



pseud, 
titer, ] 



Freundlich, GOnter, 1911- 

FINLAY. KENNETH GEORGE, 1882- 
The country faith; part-song for female 
voices (1st & 2nd sopranos) with optional 
contralto part, or as unison song, words 
by Norman Gale, music by Kenneth 
Finlay. (The Eikin choral series. 
no. 2184) [With piano ace. ] 4d © Elkln 
* Co., ltd., London; 31 Dec 49; EFO-1023. 
Motet for Christmastlde; for unaccom- 

Eanied chorus of mixed voices, words by 
t. Germ anus, tr. [by] J. M. Neale, 
music by Kenneth Finlay. (The Elkln 
new Choral series, 2165) 7d. © Eikin * 
Co., ltd., London; 15Mar50; EFO-2374. 

FINLEY, LORRAINE NOEL. 
Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen 

Liebhabers verbrannte. SEE 

Mozart, J. C. W. A. 
Automne. SEE Faure, G. U. 
Der JQngling und der Tod. SEE 

Schubert, F. P. 
Das Leben ist ein Traum. SEE 

Haydn, Joseph. 
The rabbit. SEE Saudi, Luis. El 

cone jo. 
Wake with the dawn. SEE Leoncavallo, 

Ruggiero. Mattinata. 

FINLEY. RUBY. 
Play with me. SEE Springer, Rudolph. 

FINN, F 
Mother all beautiful; solo for medium 
voice and organ, words by M. S. Pine, 
music by F. Finn, [arr. by Ch. Renard, 
pseud. ] 500 © on arrangement; McLaugh- 
lin It Rellly Co. . Boston; lOMaySO; 
EP47557. 

FINNEY, ROSS LEE, 1906- 
Poor Richard; a cycle of songs to texts 
by Benjamin Franklin, music by Ross 
Lee Finney. $1.50 © G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York; lMay50; EP46950. 



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♦(Quartet, strings, no. 4) String quartet no. 
4; [In A minor] by Ross Lee Finney. Score 
[and] parts. New York, G. Schirmer. 
(Society for the Publication of American 
Music. 30th season, 1049) $5 ©The 
Society for the Publication of American 
Music, inc. ; 10May50; EP4695S. 

FINNEY, THEODORE MITCHELL. 

•Lists of recordings for A history of music, 
rev. ed. 46 p. © Harcourt, Brace & 
Co., inc., New York; 8Aug49; A35206. 

FINNI, V. U. , pseud. SEE 
Fusco, Giovanni, 1906- 

FINZI, GERALD, 1901- 

♦Before and after summer; ten songs for 
baritone and piano, words by Thomas 
Hardy, music by Gerald Finzi. London, 
New York, Boosey & Hawkes. 7/6 
© Boosey & Co. , ltd. ; 31Dec49; EFO-973. 
Concerto no. 3 in G. SEE 
Stanley, John. Concerto, string 
orchestra, no. 3. 

FIOCK. ELEANOR. 
God's dream. SEE Robbin, H. G. 

Little laddie. SEE Robbin, H. G. 

FIORE, FRANCESCO. 
SEE Piedigrotta Gennarelii. 

FIORELU. GIUSEPPE. 1904- 
Incanto di Napoli. SEE Bichisao, 
Giovanni. 

FIORENZA, NATALE. 

God bless the people and bring peace; 
waltz, for accordion, (by] Natale Fiorenza 
500 © Natale Fiorenza; 3Jan50; EP43801. 

I believe in America; march for accordion, 
[by] Natale Fiorenza. 506 © Natale 
Fiorenza, Philadelphia; 20Mar50; 
EP45229. 

Okay, Mother; waltz, for accordion, [by] 
Natale Fiorenza. (With his Teen agers) 
© Natale Fiorenza.THlIaHelphia; 
30Mar50; EP45500. 

Teen agers; oolka, for accordion, [by] 
Natale Fiorenza. 500 © Natale Fiorenza, 
Philadelphia; 30Mar50; EP45500. 

Two accordions; caprlccio for accordion, 
[by] Natale Fiorenza. 50* © Natale 
Fiorenza, Philadelphia; 20Mar50; 
EP45230. 

FIO RITO. TED, 1900- 
Laugh! clown! laugh! Waltz, words by 
Lewis and Young, music by Ted Fio 
Rito. A Jerry Sears arrangement. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] $1 © on arrangement; 
Remick Music Corp. , New York; 7Feb50; 
EP44248. 



pseud. 

>u<r 



SEE 



Pasquale, Dino, pseu< 

FIRST, DAVID D 1920- 

O blessed night; S. A. T. B. , a cappella, 
[by] David D. First, [words by] Jeanne 
Woodgate. (Laurel octavo, no. 4 19) 150 
€ C.C.Birchard k Co., Boston; 26Jun50; 
EP47610. 

[FISCHER, CARLT ] 

Gregorian masses and selected chants 
for Advent and Lent; [complied by Carl 
T. Fischer] Modern notation. (Fischer 
edition, no. 8527) [Melodies and words] 
160 © on compilation; J. Fischer & 
Bro., New York; 30Jan50; EP44184. 

FISCHER, IRWIN LeROY, 1903- 
Andante. SEE Bach, J. S. 

FISHER, AMY WOODWARD. 1890- 
When twilight falls on the Spokane 
River. SEE Shinkoskey, Earl. 

FISHER, BETTY. 
When you're by my side; words and music 
by Betty Fisher. © Fisher Music Publi- 
cations, Vancouver, B. C.;7Dec49; 
EF14928. 



Wishing waltz; words and music by Betty 
Fisher. © Fisher Music Publications, 
Vancouver, B. C; 7Dec49; EF14929. 

FISHER, FRED. 

Daddy, you've been a mother to me; 
words and music by Fred Fisher, 
simplified piano solo with large notes 
and words, [arrangement by Geo. N. 
Terry] 350 © on arrangement; Fred 
Fisher Music Co. , inc. , New York; 
20Jun50; EP47462. 

(Oh, you beautiful doll) I want you to want 
me to want you; waltz, from the picture. 
Oh, you beautiful doll. Words by Bob 
S chafer and Alfred Bryan, music by Fred 
Fisher, arr. by Johnny Warrington. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] 750 © on arrangement; 
Mills Music, inc.. New York; 7Nov49; 
EP43701. 

[FISHER, MARVIN] 1916- comp. 

Fred Fisher's Collection of all time hits; 
words and music complete, [compiled 
by Marvin Fisher] 600 © Fred Fisher 
Music Co. , inc. , New York; v. 1, 
31May50; EP47358. 
Who's who; words by By Dunham, music 
by Marvin Fisher. © Fred Fisher Music 
Co., inc.. New York; 31May50; 
EP46937. Appl. states prev. reg. 
3Apr50, EU199560. 

FISHER, NEVIN WISHARD. 

*The history of Brethren hymnbooks; a 

historical, critical, and comparative study 
of the hymnbooks of the Church of the 
Brethren. With an introd. by Desmond W. 
Bittinger. Brldgewater, Va. , Beacon 
Publishers. 153 p. © Nevin W. Fisher; 
7Jun50; A44731. 

FISHER, VACLAV F.. 1895- 
Hoosier polka. SEE Norris, Ralph. 
Waiting polka. SEE Jungman. Henry. 
You promised me. SEE Jungman, 
Henry. 

FISHMAN. JACK. 
Raise your voices, raise your hearts. SEE 
Ridley, Walter. 

FITELBERG, JERZY. 1903- 
♦Nocturne; for orchestra, [by] Jerzy 
Fitelberg. [Miniature score] $2. 50 
© Associated Music Publishers, inc. . 
New York; 23Jan50; EP44002. 
What is Benjamin? A musical tale for 
chlldred to read and to play on the piano, 
music by Jerzy Fitelberg, story and 
drawings by Dorothy Cole. 750 © Edward 
B. Marks Music Corp., New York; 
12Apr50; EP45491. 

FIZDALE, ROBERT. 
Hoe down. SEE Copland, Aaron. 

Rodeo. 
Saturday night waltz. SEE Copland, 

Aaron. Rodeo. 

FLABCHLEN. CASAR, 1864-1921. 
Februarschnee. SEE Kelling, Ha jo. 

FLAP 'ER SAILS; a musical comedy by Ed- 
mund H. Newman based on ideas suggested 
by Harry G. Crigger. [Words by Bill 
King, Paul Keye, and Fred Conway, music 
by Helen Roaeman, Tom Love, Armin 
Hofsommer and Fred Conway] [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © Broad- 
cast Music, inc.; New York; 22Mar50; 
EP45718. 

FLAT. E. 
Mit der Liebi chond au Tr&ne. SEE 
Beul, Artur. 

FLATT, LESTER. 
Down the road. SEE Scruggs, Earl. 

I'll never shed another tear; words and 
music by Lester Flatt. © Peer Interna- 
tional Corp., New York; 6Dec49; EP43852. 



Why don't you tell me so? Words and 
music by Lester Flatt. © Peer Interna- 
tional Corp., New York; 6Dec48; EP43851. 

FLEENER, WOODDIE. 
Gringo, te quiero; a beguine, words by 
William Carnahan, music by Wooddie 
Fieener. [English words] © Sherwood 
Music Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 13Jan48; 
EP46647. 

FLEETWOOD. LA VERNE C. 
Just to be near you. SEE Krieg, 
Melita. 

[FLEISCHNER, ADOLF) 
BOhmisk polka; svensk text: Teresia 
Eur en, arr. : H. A. Peter [pseud. ] 
(Gehrmans kvartett-bibliotek. nr 275) 
[Close score: TTBB] Kr. 0:35 © on ar- 
rangement & Swedish words; A-b. Carl 
Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm; 
3lDec49; EFO-2242. 
Gllfs; unger sk folkvlsa, svensk text: 
Arne Olovson [pseud.], arr.: H. A. 
Peter [pseud. ] (Gehrmans kvartett- 
bibliotek. nr 276) [Score: TTBB; Swedish 
and German words] Kr. 0:50 © on ar- 
rangement & translation into Swedish; 
Ab. Carl Gehrmans muslk-fflrlag, 
Stockholm; 31Dec49; EF0-2240. 
Majsftng; gammal tysk folkvlsa, oversatt- 
ning: Teresia Eur6n, korsftttn. : H. A. 
Peter [pseud. ] (Sanger for blandade 
roster hftfte 75) [Close score: SATB] 
40 Ore © on arrangement & Swedish 
words; Sveriges Korforbund, Stockholm; 
31Dec49; EFO-2577. 
Osterriklsk boadvisa; svensk text: Kjell 
Olof Borne mark, arr. : H. A. Peter 
[psead. ] (Gehrmans kvartett-bibliotek, 
nr 277) [Score: TTBB] Kr. 0:40 © on 
arrangement & Swedish words; Ab. Carl 
Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm; 
31Dec49; EFO-2238. 
Reqaiem; [by] H. A. Peter (pseud. ], 
[words by] R. Maria Rllke, svensk 
Overstttning: Arne Olovson [pseud. ] 
(Gehrmans kflr-bibliotek, nr 271) 
[Score: chorus (SATB); German and 
Swedish words] Kr. 0:50 ©A-b. Carl 
Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm; 
31Dec49; EF0-2239. 
Den vtntande; gammal folkvlsa, svensk 
text: Teresia Eur en, arr. : H. A. Peter 
[psead. ] (Gehrmans kvartett-bibliotek. 
nr 278) [Close score: TTBB] Kr. 0:35 
© on arrangement & Swedish words; Ab. 
Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm; 
31Dec49; EF0-2241. 

FLEITES, VIRGINIA, 1916- 
Pequefla suite; piano [by] Virginia Fleites. 
Montevideo, Editorial Cooperative Inter - 
am eric ana de Compositores. (Publics- 
cidn no. 46) © Instituto Interamericano 
de Muslcologfa; 30Dec46; EF 15062. 

FLEMING, GLORIA EVELYN, 1907- 
Did you ever catch a falling star? Words 
and music by Eddie Assaf and Gloria 
Fleming. © BMI Canada, ltd. , Toronto; 
19Jun50; EFO-3672. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 28Feb49, 158683. 

Lots of love. SEE Fleming, Gordon. 
What are you do in' in my dreams? SEE 
Fleming, Gordon. 

FLEMING, GORDON, 1903- 
Lots of love; lyric by Gloria Fleming, 
music by Gordon Fleming. © BMI 
Canada, ltd. , Toronto; 12Jun50; 
EFO-3718. 

What are you doin" in my dreams? Lyric 
by Gloria Fleming, music by Gordon 
Fleming. © BMI Canada, ltd. , Toronto; 
12Jun50; EF0-3717. 



FLEMING, LEN. 
Here's to Alpha Kappa Psi. 
Ogden, W. B. 



SEE 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



FLEMMING, PAUL. 
Lftnge stannar lyckan ej; vals, text o 
musik: Paul Flemming, svensk text: 
S. S. Wilson [pseud. J [Norwegian and 
Swedish words] 2:25 © Edition Sylvain 
a. b., Stockholm; Uan48; EF15311. 

FLETA, C 
Caminando. J'ai vu passer I'amour; 
paroles espagnoles et musique de C. 
Fleta, paroles franchises de Bertal 
[pseud., and] Maubon. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Efditlons Eimef -opera, Paris; lSep40; 
EFO-1389. 

FLETCHER, AROL, pseud. SEE 
Howorth, Wayne, lBffJT 1 

FLETCHER, LEILA, 1911- 
The Leila Fletcher piano course. $1 
© Montgomery Music, inc. , Rochester, 
N. Y. ;bk. 1, HJan50; EP43545. 
The Leila Fletcher piano course. $1 
© Montgomery Music, inc. , Rochester, 
N. Y.; bk. 2, 27Jan50; EP43768. 

FLETCHER, TEX. 
The Lord is in the saddle to-night; song, 
words and music by Tex Fletcher. 
© Beacon Music Co. , Joe Davis, owner. 
New York; 24May50; EP46777. 



FLEURY, ANDRE, 
Orakton, E 



pseud . 
Marie, 



SEE 
1903- 



[FLIES, BERNHARD] 
Vaggs&ng. Wiegenlied; [attributed to] 
W. A. Mozart, arrangemang fOr trio 
[or] lit en salongsorkester, av Otto Broz. 
[Piano-conductor score and parts] 
Kr.2:50 © on arrangement; Ab Carl 
Gehrmans musikftrlag, Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15609. 

FLODEN, AXEL. 

Du f&drens land och saga. SEE 
Svedlund, K. E. 

Skon Margot, skon Mar got; text och musik: 
Axel Flod4n. (Vlra visor, 5) Kr 2:- 
© Elkan k Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, 
Stockholm; Uan46; EF14957. 

Den skona Marguerite de Vaux; ballad, 
text och musik: Axel Flode*n. (V&ra visor, 
3) Kr 2:- © Elkan * Schildknecht, Emil 
Carelius, Stockholm; Uan46; EF14959. 

[FLODIN, SVEN1 

Dot lyser i ett ronster; foxtrot, musik: 
Sven Goon [pseud. ], text: Gus Morris 
[pseud. ] Kr. 2:25 © So nor a muslkfBr- 
lags ab. Stockholm; Uan47; EF 15277. 

Jag gltter bara bugga jitterbug med dej; 
foxtrot, av Sven Goon [pseud. ], B-arr. 
av Charles Redland. (With his Sommar- 
nattens karleksmelodi) [f ia"5o"^ conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Skandinavlska Odeon ab. Stockholm; 
Uan45; EF15253. 

Schlagerbuketten. SEE Schlagerbuketten. 

Sommarnattens kflrleksmelodi; foxtrot, 
musik av Sven Goon [pseud. ], text: Gus 
Morris [pseud. ], B-arr. av Casper 
HjukstrOm. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts: with words] 
Kr. 2:50 © Skandinavlska Odeon ab, 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF15253. 

Sonoras stjfirnskott. SEE Sonoras 
stjfirnskott. 

Sonoras vlrbukett. SEE Sonoras 
vfirbukett. 

FLOOD, JIMMY, 1915- 
I can't make a hit with you. SEE 
Purnell, Joe. 

FLOR. AIDA DEL, oaenii SEE 
Garducci, Aida, 189B- 

FLORENTINE, Sister , 1891- 
Bir die's call; piano solo by Sister M. 
Florentine. 40? © The Willis Music Co. . 
Cincinnati; 15Jun50; EP47434. 



FLORES MUSICAE. 

2. Bach, J.S. (Sonata, 2 violins k 
continuo) Sonate en ut majeur. 

3. Telemann, G.P. (Sonata, flute, 
violin, viola k continuo) Sonate. 

FLYCKT, AXEL, 1903- 
Hfir dansar Britt-Marie; vals, musik: 
Axel Flyckt, text: Einar Moberg, ar- 
rangemang: Charles Wildman [pseud. ] 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] Kr.2:25 © on ar- 
rangement; Ab Carl Gehrmans musik- 
forlag. Stockholm; Uan47; EF15656. 
Singoallas romans; text: Ch. Henry 
[pseud. ], musik: Axel Flyckt. Kr 2:25 
© Edition Sylvain ab, Stockholm; 1Nov49; 
EFO-1808. 
Svenska valsen; musik: Axel Flyckt, text: 
Ch. Henry [pseud. ], arr. : Gustaf 
Egerstam. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
Kr. 2:25 © on arrangement; Edition 
Sylvain a. b. , Stockholm; 5Jan50; 
EFO-1983. 
Svenska valsen; musik: Axel Flyckt, text: 
Ch. Henry [pseud. ] 2:25 © Edition 
Sylvain a. b., Stockholm; 2 1Nov49; 
EF0-1810. 

FLYNN. ALLAN J. 
Tchto mnie goreh? SEE Pokrass, S. S. 

FLYNN, OWEN EDWARD. 
Only you. SEE MacDonald, Jimmy. 

FLYNN, WILLIAM. 
I get sentimental when I hear an organ 
play; by William Flynn, [words by] 
Allan Ryan. 2/ - © Allan k Co. , pty. 
ltd., Melbourne; 16Dec49; EF0-3371. 

FODERL, KARL, 1885- 

Marienkftferlein; Lied und Tango. Worte: 
Josef Petrak. Musik: Karl FOderl. 
© Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herz- 
mansky) K.G.. Wien; 4Feb50; EFO-2334. 

Ob ich will oder nicht. English waltz. 
Worte: Hans Schober, Musik: Karl 
FOderl. © Fortissimo-Verlag, Wien; 

,70ct49; EF0-1778. 

Unter der Mar tins wand; Lied im Volkston. 
Worte: Josef Petrak u. Peter Christian 
[pseud. ] Musik: Karl FOderl. © Josef 
Weinberger, ltd. , Wien; 30Oct49; 
EF0-1B51. 

FOLACK. REINHOLD. 

Da gOken gal; rytmisk visa, text och 
musik: Reinhold Foiack. 2:25 © Nlls- 
Georgs musikfOriags ab, Stockholm; 
lAprSO; EFO-3547. 

Dolores dansar. SEE Andersson, 
Foike. 

Malaridyll; musik och arr. : Reinhold 
Foiack. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Nils-Georgs 
muslkforlags ab, Stockholm; 31Dec49; 
EFO- 1985. 

Sonoras vfirbukett. SEE Sonoras var- 
bukett. 

FOLEY. ADRIAN. 
I know it now; lyric by Michael Carr 
[pseud. ]. music by Adrian Foley. 
[Piano arrangement by Chris. Langdon] 
1/. © Keith Prowse & Co. ltd. , London; 
10Jan50; EFO-1180. 

FOLEY. CLYDE J 
Steal away; arr. by Red Foley. [For voice 
and piano, with ukulele diagrams and 
chord symbols] © Home Folks Music , 
inc. , Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 2Jun50; 
EP47033. 

FOMBEURE. MAURICE. 
Quatre melodies gracieuses. SEE 
Baron, Maurice. 

FONES, A FENTON. 

A memory; by A. Fenton Fones, arr. by 
Frederick G. Charrosin. [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Bosworth k Co. , ltd. , London; 
19May49 (in notice: 1948); EF15332. 



78 



FONSAL, POL, BACtud. SEE 
Hotton, Paul, 1899- 

FONT, REMEDIOS SOCILIA. SEE 

Socilia Font, Remedios, 1914- 

FONTAINE, JOSE. 1916- 

Aquarelle. By Jose Fontaine, arrgt. [by] 
Glen Powell [pseud. ] [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © World 
Music Co., Brussels; 15Dec49; EF0-2213. 

Boutade. By Jose Fontaine, arrgt. [by] 
Glen Powell [pseud. ] [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © World 
Music Co. , Brussels; 15Dec49; EF0-2209. 

Voix du foyer. By Jose Fontaine, arrgt. 
[by] Glen Powell [pseud. ] [Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts] © World 
Music Co. , Brussels; 15Dec49; EFO-2210. 

FONTANE, DORAUCE. SEE 
Cassano, Dora lice Fontane. 

FONTENOY, MARC, pjaeud, SEE 
Schwab, Alexandre, 1910- 

FOORT, REGINALD. 
Sitting pretty; piano solo by Reginald 
Foort, [arr. by Harry RaltonJ 2/- 
© Arcadia Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , London - 
7Dec49; EFO-2966. 

FOOT, P M 1914- 

Holiday suite; for piano; composed by 
P. M. Foot. (Western piano series, 
album no. 8801) 600 © Western Music 
Co., ltd., Vancouver, B. C, lFeb50; 
EF0-1605. 

FORBES, WATSON. 
Autumn sketches. SEE Richardson, 

Alan. 
Intermezzo. SEE Bliss, Arthur. 

Quartet, piano k strings. 
Jesu, joy of man's desiring. SEE 

Bach, J. S. Herz und Mund und That 

und Leben. 

FORCE. LORRAINE. 
Pixie piano playbook. SEE Nunez, Bonnell. 

FORD, C EDGAR. 

Puck; piano duet, by C. Edgar Ford. 
2/- © Allan k Co., pty. ltd., Melbourne; 
10Feb50; EFO-3758. 

FORDHAM, KARL E 1887- 

First grade song. Green and gold. Words 
and music by Karl E. Fordham. Santa 
Monica, Calif., Fordham Publications. 
25? © Karl E. Fordham; 17Apr50; 
EP45768. 
Second grade song. Pink and green. 
Words and music by Karl E. Fordham. 
Santa Monica, Calif. , Fordham Publi- 
cations. 25? © Karl E. Fordham; 
17Apr50; EP45769. 

FOREE, MEL. 

Nobody's child; by Cy Coben and Mel Foree. 
[For voice and piano, with guitar diagrams 
and chord symbols] © Milene Music, 
Nashville, Term.; 30Dec49; EP43210. 

Warm hands, cold heart; by Helen Carter 
and Mel Foree. [For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Acuff-Rose Publications, Nashville; 
15May50; EP46565. 

What put the pep in Grandma? By Jethro 
Burns and Mel Foree. [For voice and 
piano, with guitar diagrams and chord 
symbols] © Acuff-Rose Publications, 
Nashville; 9Jun50; EP47073. 



pseud . 



Souriac, Blanche, 18 

FOREST, JOSE LUIS. 
Matasiete; guaracha, letra y music a de 
Jose L. Forest, arreglo de Silvio 
Contreras. Parts: orchestra; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc. . Beverly 
Hills, Calif. ; 27Apr50; EP46434. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



FORESTIER. MIMI. pseud. 
Fortier, Mireiile, 1922- 



SEE 



FORET, F^LICIEN, 1890- 
Feuille d'images. SEE Aubert, L. F. M. 

FORNS. JOS^, 1898- 
Ce s'ra comme autrefois; paroles de 
Framique [pseud. ], xnusique de Jose 
Forns. © Editions SaLabert, Paris; 
UOct49; EF0-1325. 

FORREST, GEORGE, 1915- 
Pink champagne; words and music by 
Robert Wright and George Forrest. 
© Mills Music, inc. , New York; 26May50; 
EP47092. 
Promenadin 1 ; words and music by Robert 
Wright and George Forrest. © Mills 
Music, inc.. New York; 26May50; 
EP47102. 
Strange music. SEE Grieg, E. H. 

FORREST, RAY. 
I am working for my Lord. SEE 
Simmons, Eddie. 

FORREST, SIDNEY. 
Sunday morning; piano solo [by] Sidney 
Forrest. 30£ © Theodore Presser Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 23Mar50; EP45221. 

FORSELL-GULLSTRAND, ASTRID. 
Nisse Blad, och andra visor for 
skola och hem. SEE Nordqvist, 
Gustaf. 

FORSMAN, JOHN VAlNtt, 1924- 
Piano ideas; 1. suite. [By] John Vaino 
Forsman. Op. 4. (Wilhelm Hansen 
edition, nr. 3827) © Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, Keoenhavn; 26Aug49; 
EF0-1100. 

FORSS, HARALD. 
Det ar ej tid. SEE SOderlundh, B. A. 

FORSSLUND, OTTO, d. 1942. 
SEE Melodi Och Rytm. 

FORSTER, COLIN, noflud. SEE 
Eccleshare, Colin Forster. 

FORT, ARMAND, 1910- 
Dites-moi; paroles de Sergelys y [pseud. ], 
musique de Arm and Fort. © Editions 
Mondia, s.a\, Paris; 2PSep47; EF15456. 

FORT, ELEANOR MIDDLETON HANKINS, 
1912- 

Another kiss. SEE Shay, Larry. 
Save your Confederate money, boys, the 

South shall rise again. SEE Stone, 

Justin. 
A written guarantee. SEE Leventhal, 

Herb. 

FORT, HANK. SEE 
Fort, Eleanor Middieton Hankins, 1912- 



* (Sonata, violoncello k piano) Sonate; for 
violoncello und klavier von Wolfgang 
Fortner. Mainz, B. Schott's Sonne; 
New York, Associated Music Publishers. 
(Edition Schott 569) [Score and part] 
fe Schott k Co. , ltd. ; 12Sep49; EFO-1240. 

FORTUNY, RAYMUNDO, 1888- 
Atomico; samba, paroles de Louis Poterat, 
musique de Ray Fortuny. © Editions 
Salabert. Paris; 28Dec49; EFO-1661. 
Atomic o; samba, paroles de Louis Poterat, 
musique de Ray Fortuny, arrt. de Charles 
Constant [pseud. ] (Nouvelle Se>ie Sala- 
bert Succ£s, no. 4894) [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on arrangement; Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 27Dec49; EFO-1646. 
At6mico; samba-rumba, accordeon ou 
piano, [by] Ray Fortuny. © Editions 
Salabert, Paris; 28Dec49; EFO-1649. 
De vigo vuelvo; rumba, musique de Ray 
Fortuny, arrt. de Charles Constant 
[pseud. ] (Nouvelle serle Salabert succes, 
no. 4896) [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Editions Salabert, Paris; 27Dec49; 
EF0-1653. 

FOSBERG. JAMES. 
The little cottage by the lake. SEE 
The Baur Brothers. 

FOSS, HUBERT, 1899- 
The cow; two-part song, words by Jane 

and Anne Taylor, music by Hubert Foss. 

(The Mortimer series of modern part 

songs, no. 250) [With piano ace. ] 6d. 

© Ascherberg, Hopwood k Crew, ltd. , 

London; 20Mar50; EF0-2813. 
j The gipsy; unison song, woras and music 

by Hubert Foss. (The Mortimer series 
I of modern part songs, no. 251) [With 

I piano ace. ] 6d ©Ascherberg, Hopwood 

I Crew, ltd., London; 16Dec49; EFO-974. 

I FOSS, LUKAS, 1922- 

The song of songs; four settings for 
voice and orchestra or piano by Lukas 
Foss, [oxt from The song of Solomon] 
[For voice and piano] $2 © Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York; 23May50; 
EP46934. 

FOSSEY, ELISABETH JARRELL, 1899- 
Jack and Jill; piano solo by Elisabeth 
Jar r ell Fossey. 30C © The Willis Music 
Co., Cincinnati; 15Jun50; EP47436. 



FORT, PAUL, 1872- 
Deux poemes de Paul Fort. 
Rousseau, Pierre. 



SEE 



FORTIER, MIREILLE. 
Just a smile is worth a long talk indeed. 
SEE Fassio, Angelo. Un sourire . . . 
quand on s'aime. 
Nothing so lovely. SEE Calder. Ray. 
Petit oiseau. SEE Caron, Allan. 

FORTINI. EDMONDO, 1909- 
Me I'ha detto La luna. SEE Ruccione, 
Mario. 

FORTNER, WOLFGANG, 1907- 
* (Serenade, flute, oboe k bassoon) 

Serenade; fur Fldte, Oboe und JF ago tt, von 
Wolfgang Fortner. Mainz, B. Schott's 
Sonne; New York, Associated Music Pub- 
lishers. (Edition Schott, 3621) [Score] 
© Schott k Co. , ltd. ; 3Sep49; EFO-1229. 



FOSTER, ALAN. 
The wine polka. 



SEE Roddie, Van. 



(FOSTER, ALBERT H ] 1888- comp 

Piano playtime: Fourteen early grade 
piano pieces for study or recital use, 
[compiled by Albert H. Foster] 75C 
© Clayton F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 
bk.2. 29Dec49; EP43503. 

FOSTER, DAVE. 
Come back, Paddy Reilly. SEE 
French, Percy. 

FOSTER. HARRY. 
Contrasts. SEE Faith, Percy. 

FOSTER, IVOR REGINALD, 1904- 
Three pieces for pianoforte; [by] Ivor 
R. Foster. [Op. 41] 2/6 © Augener, ltd. 
London; 3lMar50; EFO-2845. 

FOSTER, PRESTON S. , 1900- 
Two shillelagh O'Sullivan. SEE 
Botkin, Perry. 

FOSTER, STEPHEN COLLINS, 1826-1864. 
Beautiful dreamer; (from Home ballads] 
for full chorus of mixed voices, a cap- 
pella, words and music by Stephen 
Foster, arr. by Gail Kubik. (G. Schir- 
mer, octavo no. 9858) 16C © on ar- 
rangement; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 23Dec49; EP43823. 



De Camptown races; chorus for mixed 
voices, [by] Stephen Foster, arr. by 
George Lynn, [words by] Stephen Foster. 
(The Westminster Choir College 
library, 312-40076) [With piano reduc- 
tion] 200 © on arrangement; Theodore 
Presser Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 8Jun50; 
EP47368. 
(Ridin 1 high) Camptown races; Gwine to 
run all night, [from] Ridin 1 high, words 
and music by Stephen C. Foster, arr. 
by Chris. Langdon. 1/- © on arrange- 
ment; Chappell k Co. , ltd. , London; 
21Feb50; EFO-1948. 
Stephen Foster medley; for male voices 
with piano, organ It banjo accompaniment, 
arrangement by Ralph E. Barnhart. 
[Voice score] © Ralph E. Barnhart; 
pt. 1-3, 20Mar50; EP45015. 
Swanee River; chorus for mixed voices, 
S.S.A. -T.T.B.B.. [by] Stephen C. 
Foster, arr. by Percy Faith. [With 
piano ace. ] 15? © on arrangement; The 
John Church Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 
3Feb50; EP44272. 
Swanee River; [or] Old folks at home, 
words and music by Stephen Foster, [ar- 
rangement and instruction] by [Betty B. 
Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson 10X) 
© on arrangement k instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 25Jan50; EP44035. 
Two Stephen Foster melodies; arr. by 
George F. Briegel. Parts: 2 cornets, 2 
trombones and piano] © on arrangement; 
George F. Briegel, inc., New York; 
12Apr50; EP46066. 

FOSTER, WILL. 
And with His stripes we are healed; 
anthem for mixed voices, S.S.A.T.B., 
with soprano and baritone solos, text: 
Isaiah 53: 3-5, music bv Will Foster, 
arr. by the composer. [With piano or 
organ ace. ] 20£ © Pallma Music Pro- 
ducts Corp., Chicago; 3Jan50; EP43997. 

FOTH, INEZ, 1931- 
I go to Jesus in prayer; by Dan Penner 
and Inez Foth. [Hymn, with music] 20f 
© Dan Penner k Inez Foth, Orienta, 
Okla.; 28Nov49; EP43325. 

FOTINE, LARRY, 1911- 
The baseball polka; lyric by Moe Jaffe, 
music by Larry Fotine and Dick Hardt 
[pseud. ] © General Music Pub. Co. , 
inc.. New York; 15May50; EP46589. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 12Jan49; 
EU153488. 

[FOURACRE, JOHN LEIGHTON] 

(Poet's pub) Half a world away; [from] the 
film Poet's pub, music by John Leighton 
[pseud. ), lyrics by Colin Forster [pseud.] 
l/- © Bos worth k Co. , ltd., London; 
5Jul49; EF15337. 

(Poet's pub) Half a world away; music by 
John Leighton [pseud. ], lyric by Colin 
Forster [pseud. ], arr. by Frank Naylor. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © on arrangement; 
Bosworth k Co., ltd., London; 2lDec49; 
EFO-2176. 

[FOURDRAINE, PAULETTE] 1907- 
Feuilles d'automne; slow chante, paroles 
de Lyane Maireve [pseud. ] musique de 
Lyane Maireve et F. Babault. © Arpege 
Editions musicales, Paris; 28Sep49; 
EF0-1553. 
Samba du reverbere, paroles et musique 
de Lyane Maireve [pseud ] © Editions 
Auber, Paris; 180ct49 ; EFO-1388. 



FOURIE, BUK, pseud . 
Konsertina JanhieT Afrlkaanse en Engelse 
woorde. Woorde en musiek deur Bilk 
Fourie. [Concertina Johnny] Johannes- 
burg, Spear k Shoul. 2/- © Jack Shoul 
k -John Earnest Spear; 13Dec49; 
EFO-3114. 



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FOX, FRANK. 1902- 
Der Weg zur Seligkeit; ein wienerischer 
Slowfox. Text: Peter Herz, Muslk: Frank 
Fox. © Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky) K.G., Wien; 20Dec49; EFO- 
2335. 

FOX, HENRY, pseud . SEE 
Fuchs, Henry. 

FOX. LEO. 
Love goes 'round on a merry-go-round. 
SEE Trace, A. J. 

FOX, MARY WINNIFRED MARGUERITE, 
1894- 

Honeymoon in Saskatoon; words and music 
by Mae Fox. © Mary Winnifred Mar- 
guerite Fox; 4Mar50; EF15409. 

FOYLE, ELIZ. 
America, be strong. SEE Sutter, 
Samuel. 

FRACCAROLI, ARNALDO. 
•Donizetti. [1. ed. ] [Milano, 1945) 

350 p. illus. © Arnoldo Mondadori 

editore; !Oct45; AF11657. 



FRACHON. JOSEPH. 

En veux-tu en voila. 
Marc. 



SEE Her rand, 



FRADENBURG. DELBERT JAMES, 1907- 
Forever after; for voice and piano, lyric 
by Del Arden (pseud. J, music by Del 
Arden and Stewart Wille. 50? © Carl 
Fischer, inc. , New York; 10Jan50; 
EP43626. 

[FRAENKET, JACQUES] 1901- 

Aleen 'n Belglsch melsje. Woorden: Loe 
Difraen [pseud. ], muziek: Difraen [and] 
Erger [pseud. ] © World Music Co. . 
Bruxelles; lOct49; EFO-1446. 

Een, twee, x, de voetbal pronostiek; 
tekst: Loe Difraen [pseud. ], muziek: 
Difraen [and] Erger [pseud. ], arrgt. : 
Erger. © World Music Co., Brussel; 
lMay50; EFO-3689. 

Ik hou ran jou! Je t'aime. Woorden: Loe 
Difraen [pseud. ], Muziek: Difraen [and] 
Erger [pseud. ] © World Music Co. , 
Bruxelles; 10ct49; EFO-1448. 

Leontientje; Kom in mljn vliegmachientje. 
Woorden: Loe Difraen [pseud. ], muziek: 
Difraen [and] Erger [pseud. ] © World 
Music Co. , Bruxelles; lOct49; 
EFO-1445. 

O! oeli, oela, oela! Muziek: Difraen 
[pseud, and] Erger [pseud. ], arrt. : 
Erger, tekst: Loe Difraen. © World 
Music Co., Brussel; lMay50; EFO-3685. 

Samba, tinke, tinke, tinke. Woorden: Loe 
Difraen [pseud. ], muziek: Difraen [and] 
Erger [pseud. ] © World Music Co. , 
Bruxelles; lOct49; EFO-1447. 

FRAGNA, ARMANDO, 1903- 
Due lettere; valzer lento, testo di N. 
Rastelli, musica di A. Fragna. ( With his 
Roma, citta santa) [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Casa edit rice nazionale musicale, 
Milano; 31Mar50; EFO-3418. 
Roma, citta santa; valzer moderato, testo 
di B. Cherubini, musica di A. Fragna. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Casa editrice 
nazionale musicale, Milano; 31 Mar 50; 
EFO-3418. 

FRAMIQUE, pseud . SEE 
Salabert, Eugenie, 1896- 

FRAN£ATX, JEAN, 1912- 

* (Concertino, piano) Concertino; pour 

piano et orchestre, par Jean Francalx. 

Partition d 1 orchestre. [Score] © B. 

Schott's Sonne, Mainz; 120ct35; EF 15418. 



Mouvements du coeur. 
Sauguet, Henri. 



SEE 



I FRANCE. WILLIAM EDWARD, 1912- 
, Jig; for piano, by William France. 60f 

© BMI Canada, ltd. , Toronto; 15May50; 
EFO-3141. 
Light at evening time; S. S. A. , [by] 
William France, [words by Richard 
Hayes Robinson] (Galaxy choruses for 
women's voices, no. 1737) [With piano 
reduction] 15? © Galaxy Music Corp. , 
New York; 10 Apr 50; EP45595. 
Miniature suite; for organ; by William E. 
France. [Includes registration for 
Hammond organ] 70£ © Oliver Ditson 
Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 29Dec49; EP43206. 

FRANCH ANTIGUES. E 
Pregon sevi llano; peso doble, letra y 
musica de E. Franch Antigues. 
© Relnbert 4Co., inc. , New York; 
20Oct49; EFO-1520. 

FRANCHI, DOROTHEA A 1920- 

The oxen; carol for S. A. T.B. , unaccom- 
panied, words by Eileen Duggan, music 
by Dorothea A. Franchi. (Carols, 558) 
[With piano reduction] 6d © Novello * 
Co., ltd., London; 30Sep49; EFO-2264. 

[FRANCIOSA, GEORGE] 1910- 
Goodness, gracious, it's contagious; 
Dwee ree dwee ree dwa! By Friskee 
Novart [pseud., arrangement by Belle 
Schrag] [For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Novart Song Publications, Rochester, 
N. Y.; 10Jun49; EP43214. 
How can I make you care for me? By 
Friskee Novart [pseud. Arrangement 
by Belle Schrag] [For voice and piano, 
with guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Novart Song Publications, Rochester, 
N. Y.; 10Jun49; EP43215. 



FRANCIS, J HENRY, 1874- 

As they fled into Egypt; a meditation [for] 
mixed voices, S. A. T. B. , words by Anna 
Work Shawkey, music by J. Henry 
Francis. (Part songs, 47) [With optional 
piano ace. j 15£ © Sam Fox Pub. Co. , 
New York; 3lMay50; EP46836. 
O rest in the Lord. SEE Mendelssohn - 
Bartholdy, Felix. Elias. 

FRANCK. B. T., pseud . SEE 
Graves, Glenna, 1BZB- 

FRANCK, CfiSAR AUGUSTE, 1822-1890 

Cantabile. SEE HIS 
Trois pieces pour grand orgue. 

Far out at sea; for full chorus of mixed 
voices with piano accompaniment, [by] 
Cesar Franck, arr. by James Woodside, 
English version by J. W. (Choral art 
series, octavo no. 2735) © The Boston 
Music Co. , Boston; on arrangement fc 
English version; 17Nov49; EP42088. 

Panis angelicus: [by] Cesar Franck, piano 
solo arr. by Walter Collins. 2/- © on 
arrangement; Wm. Paxton * Co. , ltd. , 
London; 14Feb50 (in notice: 1949); 
EFO-2886. 
Panis angelicus. Heavenly bread, song, 
words by Joseph Murrells, music by 
C^sar Franck, [arr. by Christopher 
Langdon] [English words only] 2/ - © on 
lyric * arrangement; Chappell k Co. , 
ltd., London; 23Mar50; EFO-2562. 
Praise re the Lord; Psalm 150, [by] Cesar 
Franck. [Text adapted from King James 
and other translations by N. C. ] Arr. 
by Noble Cain. (Pro Art choral, no. 1189) 
[Score: SATB and piano or organ] 180 
© on arrangement; Pro Art Publications, 
New York; HMar50; EP44834. 
(Prelude, fugue et variation, organ, op. 18) 
Prelude, fugue and variation; by Cesar 
Franck, arr. for piano by Ignax Fried- 
man. 3/6 © on arrangement; Allan * 
Co., pty. ltd., Melbourne; 12Nov49; 
EFO-3364. 
Recitative and aria of the archangel. SEE 
HIS 
Redemption. 



(Redemption) Recitative and aria of the 
archangel, from the poeme- symphonic 
Redemption; [by] Cesar Franck, edited by 
Franz Rupp, [words by] Edouard Blan, 
English version by Henry G. Chapman. 
(In Rupp, Franz, ed. Marian Anderson 
album of songs and spirituals, p. 48-54) 
© on editing; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; UJmn48; EP44240. 
* (Symphony) Symphony in D minor, first 
movement; [by] Franck, arr. by Vernon 
Malone. (University of Michigan band 
series, pt.2. no. 5) [Score] $5.50 ©on 
arrangement; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 17Feb50; EP45968. 
(Symphony) Symphony in D minor, theme 
from 2nd movement; [by] C£sar Franck. 
[Arr. by Alfred John d'Auberge] [For 
Accordion] 200 © on arrangement; 
Alfred d'Auberge. New York; 3Apr50; 
EP45458. 
(Trois pieces pour grand orgue) Cantabile; 
from Three pieces for organ, [by] 
C6sar Franck, arr. for brass band by 
Alex Mortimer. [Piano- conductor score 
and parts] © on arrangement; Besson k 
Co., ltd., London; 13Jan50; EF0-1139. 

FRANCK. JOHANN WOLFGANG, 17th cent. 
Ye fields of light, celestial plaiiisTThree"" 
part women's voices. S.S.A. . with solo 
voice, [by] Johann Wolfgang Franck, 
adapted and edited by Clara Tiillnghast. 
text adapted from an early hymn of 
creation. (Mount Hoiyoke college choral 
series. 2-W3396) [With piano or organ 
ace. ] 16^ © on adaptation of English 
lyric and arrangement; M. Wit mark & 
Sons, New York; lFeb50 ; EP44149. 

FRANCK. MELCHIOR. 1573-1639. 
If God be for us; [by] Franck, revised 
according to the original by F. Rikko. 
[words after the Holy Bible. Romans 
VIH, 31-34. by Robert Braun] (The 
Arthur Jordan choral series, no. 25) 
[Score; chorus (SATB) and piano re- 
duction; English and German words] 250 
© on new words fc arrangement; Edward 
B. Marks Music Corp. . New York; 
23Feb50; EP44487. 

FRANCO. JOHN. 

(Never fear) Guaymas; from production. 
Never fear, words and music by Bill 
Ear ley and John Franco. © Peer Inter- 
national Corp. , New York; 29Dec49; 
EP44572. 

(Never fear) Why pretend; from produc- 
tion. Never fear, words and music by 
John Franco. © Peer International 
Corp., New York; 29Dec49; EP44571. 

FRANCOIS. CAMILLE, 1901- 
Dans ses bras. SEE Rosenberg, 
Voldemar. 

FRANCOIS, MAX, pseud. SEE 
Ralo de San LamaroTMax, 1914- 

FRANCY, PAUL, pseud . SEE 
Gilson, Paul, 192T^ 

FRANDI, L 
(La ribelle del sud) Piccola ribelle; 
mazurka dal film: La ribelle del sud. 
Musica di L. Frandi, [arrto. ] di G. B. 
Conti. Roma, Di6niso. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Italian 
Book Co. ; 40ct49; EFO-1079. 

[FRANCHISER, CARL] 1894- 
Leonora; [for] E flat alto clarinet solo 
with piano accompaniment, by Chester 
Leoni [pseud. ] (Pro solo, 12) [Score 
and part] 600 © Pro Art Publications, 
New York; 14Jun50; EP47186. 

♦The victorious; overture by Carl Frangkiser. 
[Condensed score (band) and parts] $8 
© Carl Fischer, inc.. New York; 
30Dec49; EP43284. 



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FRANK. EDUARD, 1895- 
Dle Hexe; nach einer Etude von Alard, fQr 
Violine und Klavier, von Eduard Frank. 
Op. 21. [Score and part] © Verlag 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) 
K. G., Wien; 20Nov49 EFO-1274. 
Scherzo; fur Violine und Klavier, von 
Eduard Frank. Op. 11. [Score and 
part] © Verlag Ludwig Dobllnger 
(Bernhard Her zmanaky) K. G., Wien; 
20Nov49; EFO-1275. 

FRANK. ERIK. 
Windy; foxtrot, [by] Erik Frank. [For 
piano or accordion] 2. 25 © Ehrling & 
LoTvenholm a.b., Stockholm; 210ct49; 
EFO-1795. 

FRANK, MARCEL GUSTAVE. 1906- 
Freedom; T. T. B. B. , words by Mary Jane 
Richardson, music by Marcel G. Frank. 
(Fischer edition, 8550) [With piano re- 
duction] 18? ©J. Fischer fc Bro. , New 
York; 22May50; EP46816. 

FRANKEL, BENJAMIN. 

♦May day; a panorama, op. 22, prelude for 

orchestra [by] Benjamin Frankel. 

Miniature score. 5/6 © Augener, ltd. . 

London; 8May50; EF0-3354. 
♦(Quartet, strings, no. 1, op. 14) Quartet 

no. 1; [by] Benjamin Frankel. Op. 14. 

Miniature score. 3/- ©Augener, ltd., 

London; 8Mar50; EF0-2358. 
* Sonatina leggiera; op. 19, for piano [by] 

Benjamin Frankel. 5/- © Augener, 

ltd., London; 25Apr50; EF0-3S55. 

FRANKLIN, DAVE, 1895- 
A good time was had by all; by Dave 
Franklin. [For voice and piano, with 
ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Robbins Music Corp. , New York; 
30Mar50; EP46795. 
You are my love; words and music by Cliff 
Friend and Dave Franklin. © Harms, 
inc., New York; 4May50; EP46241. 

FRANKLIN, JIMMIE. SEE 
Franklin, Vincent, 1909- 



FRANKLIN, STAINES. 
They die not. SEE Whitehead, Alfred. 

FRANKLIN, VINCENT, 1909- 
Lovestruck. SEE Walter, Serge. 

FRANKLIN-PIKE, ELEANOR, 1890- 
The easiest tune book of hymns; compiled 
fc arr. by Eleanor Franklin-Pike. 
[For piano, with words] 2/6 © Edwin 
Ashdown, ltd., London; 14F«b50; 
EF15216. 

FRANTE, PATSY JOSEPH, 1909- 
Gena mazurka; by Patsy Frante, [arr. by 
Anthony Procida] For piano accordion. 
35C © Highland Music Co. , Jeannette, 
Pa. ; 24Feb50 (in notice: 1949); EP44598. 
Wrestlin' nights; polka, music by Patsy 
Frante, words by John Zappone. [Arr. 
by A. Procida] For piano accordion. 350 
© Highland Music Co. , Jeannette, Pa. ; 
24Apr50; EP45919. 

FRANZEL, AUGUSTUS, 1886- 
Bavarian woodlands. SEE Baynes, K. S. 

Csardas. SEE Strauss, Johann. 
Die Fledermaus. 

FRASER, MARJORY KENNEDY. SEE 
Kennedy-Fraser, Marjory, 1857-1930. 

FRASER -SIMSON. HAROLD. 
(The maid of the mountains) Love will find 
a way; duet from the musical play The 
maid of the mountains. The words by 
Harry Graham, the music by Harold 
Fraser-Simson, [arr. by Harry Dexter] 
[Score: SBar. and piano] 2/6 © on ar- 
rangement; Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, 
ltd., London; 13Apr50; EF0-2888. 



FRATI, ENRICO, 1889- 
L'organo suona. SEE Chiesa, Virgiiio. 
Tango dell 1 addio. SEE Ravasini, Nino. 
Vecchio cipresso. SEE Oldrati Rossi, 
Renzo. 

FRATTE, G. delle. 
Genoveffa. SEE Morbiducci, A. 

FREBERG, STAN. 
If Texas told what Arkan-saw, then 
what did Tenne-see? SEE Fay, 
Rome lie. 

FREDENHOLM, AXEL. 
Sju Sanger. SEE Wachtmeister, A. R. 

FREDERICK. JOHN, 1921- 
I love the life I live; words & music by 
John Frederick. © John Frederick; 
21 Dec 4 9; EP43327. 

FREDRIKSSON, AGNES. 
En gra liten stuga. SEE Anker- 

Eriksen, H. 
Nattvinden. SEE Nilson, S. E. 

FREEBURG, ROY E. 
Carry me back to old Virginny. SEE 
Bland, J. A. 

FREED, FRED, pseud . SEE 
Goldbaum, Friedrich, 1903- 

FREED, ISADORE, 1900- 
Sabbath morning service; for two part 
choir, according to the Union prayer 
book, [by] Isadore Freed. [Score: 
cantor, chorus (SA) and organ; words 
in Hebrew (transliterated)] $1. 75 
© Transcontinental Music Corp. , New 
York; 9Mar50; EP44806. 

FREEMAN. CAROLYN R 
After the shadows comes Easter; [by] 
Carolyn R. Freeman, [words by] C. R. F. 
(In Ackley, B. D. Christ is risen, p. 8) 
[Hymn, with music] © The Rodeheaver 
Co. , Winona Lake, Ind. ; 3Apr50; 
EP46371. 

FREEMAN, JARED, 1907- 
Guess I'll have to put my heart away; 
words by Kathleen Boler, music by 
Jared Freeman. © Boler Music Pub. 
Co., Detroit; 6Mar50; EP45076. 

FREEMAN, JOHN. d. 1929. 
It was the lovely moon. SEE Bury, 
Winifred. 

FREEMAN, STAN. 
The guy with the voodoo! Words and music 
by Jack Adrian [pseud, and] Stan Free- 
man. © Duchess Music Corp. , New 
York; llMaySO; EP46583. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 6 Apr 50, EU1 99899. 

FREEMAN, WARREN SAMUEL. 
A story of music. SEE Barbour, H. B. 

FREJE, CURT HENRY. 
Sfitt inte din lit till flickor; musik: Curt- 
Henry Freje. text: GOsta Rybrant, arr. : 
Jerry HOgstedt. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 2 : 25 
© on arrangement; Nils-Georgs musik- 
fOrlags ab, Stockholm; 1Nov49; EFO-1804. 
Sfltt inte din lit till flickor; text: GGsta 
Rybrant, musik: Curt-Henry Freje. 
2:25 © Nils-Georgs musikfBrlags ab, 
Stockholm; 1Nov49; EFO-1805. 

FRENCH, GERRY 
Rondo; [by] Gerry French. [Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts] © J. R. 
LaFleur & Son, ltd., London; 28Apr50- 
EFO-2984. 

FRENCH (JESSE) & SONS, Elkhart , Ind. 
Piano sales manual; [prepared by Francis 
Patrick Crowley] 3d ed. © Jesse French 
& Sons Piano Division, H. k A. Selmer, 
inc., Elkhart, Ind.; 15Mar50; AA145493. 



Your piano guide; [prepared by Francis 
Patrick Crowley] © Jesse French & Sons 
Piano Division, H. & A. Selmer, inc., 
Elkhart, Ind.; 15Mar50; AA145423. 

FRENCH, PERCY. 
Come back, Paddy Reilly; words and music 
by Percy French, arr. by Dave Foster. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] 2/6 © on arrangement; 
Keith, Prowse fc Co. , ltd. , London; 
27Apr50; EFO-2710. 

FRENCH. RICHARD EIS. 1918- 
The march of dimes. SEE Stutz, I. B. 



FRENET, 



RENET, L., pseud . 
Pagano, Luigf, 19U4- 



SEE 



FRENKEL, RALPH, pseud . SEE 
Baynes, Kenneth SydneyT 1912- 

FRESCOBALDI, GIROLAMO ALESSANDRO, 
1583-1643. 

Begli occhi; [by] Girolamo Frescobaldi, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In_ Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, p. 89-90) 
[Score: 2 voices and piano] © on harmoni- 
zation; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2069. 
Se I'aura spira; [by] Girolamo Frescobaldi, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1. p7 18-19) 
[For voice and piano] © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2133. 

[FREUNDLICH, GtJNTER] 1911- 

Angel's lullaby; music by Gun Finlay 
[pseud. ], Henny Lehmann [and] Glen 
Powell [pseud. ], arrgt: Gun Finlav. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts] © World Music Co. , Brussels; 
15Dec49; EFO-2578. 

Forgotten dream; music by Gun Finlay 
[pseud. ] & Glen Powell [pseud. ], arrgt. 
[by] Gun Finlay. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © World Music 
Co., Brussels; 15Dec49; EFO-2211. 

Je trains mon destln; musique: Gun Finlay 
[pseud. ] It Glen Powell [pseud. ], arrgt. : 
Gun Finlay. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © World Music 
Co.. Brussels; 15Dec49; EFO-2214. 

Je traine mon destin. Paroles: Claude AUx 
[pseud. ]. musique: Gun Finlav [pseud, 
and] Henry Lehmann. © World Music Co., 
Bruxelles; 10ct49; EFO-1451. 

Savannah serenade; music by Gun Finlay 
[pseud. ] & Glen Powell [pseud. ], arrgt. 
[by] Gun Finlay. [Pio no-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © World Music 
Co., Brussels; 15Dec49; EFO-2212. 

[FREY, ERIK] 1904- 

Dedi cation; [words by] Zipporah 
Pottinger Dobyns, music by Ai Got 
[pseud. ] [Close score: SATB] 
© Christian Songs, Publisher, Tucson. 
Ariz., Erik Frey, sole owner; 14Feb50; 
EP46609. 

The present crisis; words by James 
Russell Lowell, music by Al Got [pseud. ] 
[Close score: SATB] © Christian Songs, 
Publisher, Tucson, Ariz. , Erik Frey, 
sole owner; 14Feb50; EP46608. 

Waiting; [words by] John Burroughs, 
music by Al Got [pseud. ] [Close score: 
SATB] © Christian Songs, Publisher, 
Tucson, Ariz. , Erik Frey, sole owner- 
14Feb50; EP46607. 

Ye sons of God; words and music by Al 
Got [pseud. ] [Close score: SATB] 
© Christian Songs, Publisher. Tucson, 
Ariz., Erik Frey, sole owner: 14Feb50- 
EP46606. 

FREY, HUGO. 1874- 
Big note easy piano pieces; simplified for 
piano by Hugo Frey. 50? ©J. J. Robbins 
* Sons, inc.. New York; no. 2, 5Dec49; 
EP43310. 



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(FREY, ERIK] 1904- Cont'd. 

Bubble time waltz; [from] Four easy pieces 

for the piano, by Hugo Frey. 30<! 

© Robbins Music Corp. . New York; 

8May50; EP46833. 
Dancing slippers; [fromj Four easy pieces 

for the piano, by Hugo Frey. 30C 

© Robbins Music Corp. , New York; 

8May50; EP46832. 
Easy to play accordion solos; [arr. by 

Hugo Frey] (J. J. Robbins Song hit series, 

1) 50C © Words & Music, inc.. New 

York; l8May50; EP46954. 
God's other room. SEE O'Hara, 

Geoffrey. 
Hop-a-long; [from] Four easy pieces for 

the piano, by Hugo Frey. 30£ © Robbins 

Music Corp. , New York; 8May50; 

EP46831. 
In the garden. SEE Miles, C. A. 
Music for millions; a collection of songs 

America loves best, [arr. by Hugo Frey 

and William C. Schoenfeld] © J. J. 

Robbins 4 Sons, inc.. New York; v. 5, 

13Jun50; EP47379. 
The old rugged cross. SEE Bennard, 

George. 

Pop-corn polka; [from] Four easy pieces 
for the piano, by Hugo Frey. 30£ 
© Robbins Music Corp. , New York; 
8May50; EP46830. 

FREY, MARTIN, 1872- comp. 

♦Sonatenbuch der Vorklassik; fur Klavier 
zu zwei Handen, hrsg. von Martin Frey. 
Mainz, B. Schott's SOhne. (Edition 
Schott, 3975) [For piano] © on arrange- 
ment & compilation; Schott & Co. , ltd. , 
30Nov49; EFO-1495. 

FRIBOULET, GEORGES EDMOND, 1910- 
Fleur des Antilles. SEE Alfonso, Louis. 
Loin de mon pays. SEE Alfonso, Louis. 
La samba Creole. SEE Louis, Jean- 

Alphonse. 
La samba du Vaudou. SEE Louis, 

Jean-Alphonse. 

FRICKER, PETER RACINE, 1920- 
*Four fughettas; [by] P. Racine Fricker. 
Op. 2. {Edition Schott, no. 10124) [Two 
scores for 2 pianos] 7s. 6d. © Schott 
&Co., ltd., London; 20Feb50; EFO-2495. 
*(Quartet, strings) String quartet; in one 
movement [by] P. Racine Fricker. 
(Edition Schott, no. 10118) [Miniature 
score] © Schott & Co. , ltd. , London; 
120ct49; EFO-1223. 

FRIEDL, REINHOLD, 1907- 
Fflr kleine Besetzung. SEE 
Preistanze aus Ober-Osterreich. 

FRIEDLANDER, LILLIAN. 
Don't knock at my door. SEE 
Sacks, Christine. 

FRIEDMAN, IGNAZ, 1882-1948. 
My heart ever faithful. SEE Bach, J. S. 

Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt. 
Prelude, fugue and variation. SEE Franck, 

C. A. Prelude, fugue et variation, organ, 

op. 18. 

FRIEDMAN, LEO. 
Let me call you sweetheart; words by Beth 
Slater Whitson, music by Leo Friedman, 
arr. by F. Henri Kllckmann. [For piano, 
with words] 35? © on arrangement; 
Panll-Pioneer Music Corp. , New York; 
18Jan50; EP44262. 

FRIEDMAN, SID. 1923- 
Bre bra brus ska ska means a 

lot of fun. SEE James, Billy. 
The v. heel turns all around, all around, 

all around. SEE Garreau, C. G. 

FRIEND. CLIFF, 1893- 
You are my love. SEE Franklin, Dave. 



You missed the boat. SEE Tobias, 
Charles. 

You're gettin' a good girl; by Cliff Friend. 
[For voice and piano, with guitar dia- 
grams and chord symbols] © Milene 
Music, Nashville; 15May50; EP46567. 

[FRIGERE, GUY] 1908- 
A coeur joie; paroles de Jacques Larue 
[pseud. ], musique de Billy Colson 
[pseud. ] © Editions Mondla, s. a. , Paris; 
10Dec49; EF0-2743. 

FRIGGIERI, ROMUALDO. 1892- 
Caballero. SEE Lepore, R. S. 
Ferragosto. SEE Battaglia, G. 
Lisa. SEE Messina. 
Malibu'. SEE Lentini, G. 
Non ti ricordi. SEE Terenghi, G. 
Per sempre. SEE Lentini, G. 
Raggio d'oro. SEE Morini. F. 
Rosa rossa. SEE Puntar. 
Serenata sbarazzina. SEE 

Meniconi, Cesare. 
Ti ringrazio. SEE Morini, F. 
La torre di Babele. SEE Guidali, C. 

FRIML, RUDOLF, 1881- 
(Katinka) Allah's holiday; from Katinka, 
by Rudolf Friml, simplified for the 
piano by Eric Steiner. 35C © on arrange- 
ment^. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
29Dec49; EP43811. 
(The vagabond king) Only a rose; by 
Rudolf Friml. Accordion arrangement 
by Alfred Mayer. 50£ © on arrangement; 
Famous Music Corp. , New York; 
15Mar50; EP45755. 
(The vagabond king) Only a rose; by 
Rudolf Friml. Simplified accordion 
arrangement by Alfred Mayer. 35£ 
© on arrangement; Famous Music Corp. , 
New York; 9Mar50; EP45756. 

FRIMMER, ELLIOT. 
A little kvetch. SEE Lieberman, Lenard. 

FRISCH, ALBERT THEODORE, 1916- 
The Dixieland ball; lyric by Buddy Kaye, 
music by Al Frisch. © Charles Ross 
Music Co., inc.. New York; lMay50; 
EP47137. 
Mission bells and wishin' wells; words 
and music by Kay Twomey, Fred Wise 
and Al Frisch. © Mills Music, inc.. 
New York; 23Dec49; EP43522. 
Rain chick. SEE Lance, Milton. 

FRISH, FRANK LAWRENCE, 1889- 
A toast to Ireland; by Frank L. Frish. 
[A Jean Wals arrangement] [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © Frank 
L. Frish; lFeb50; EP44507. 

FRITZ, EMERY C. 
Babe of Bethlehem. SEE Appel, J. S. 

FRITZ-GUSTAF, pseu<L SEE 
Sundelof, Frit* Gustaf, 1895- 

FRODING, GUSTAF, 1860-1911. 
En balfantasi. SEE Mortensen, Otto. 
Jag kopte min k&rlek fOr pengar. 

SEE PQtz. Egon. 
Titania. SEE Hallberg, David. 

FROHLICH, OTTO, 1922- 
Popocatepetl-Samba; Samba. Text: Erich 
Schuitz, Musik: Otto FrOhlich. (In^Drei 
neue Samba-Schlager. p. [2-3]) 
© Capriccio-Musikverlag G. m. b. H. , 
Berlin; 1Nov49; EF0-1832. 
Weil ich aberglaubisch bin. SEE 
Reschke, Karl. 

FROMMEL, GERHARD, 1906- 

♦Rhapsodische Streichermusik; [by] Gerhard 
Frommel. Op. 26. [Score: string orches- 
tra] © Willy MGller, SQddeutscher 
Musikverlag, Heidelberg; 30Nov49; 
EFO-2934. 



(Sonata, piano, no. 4) Vierte Sonate; F-dur 
fur Klavier. Op. 21. [By] Gerhard 
Frommel. © Willy MQller, SQddeutscher 
Musikverlag, Heidelberg; 4Nov49; 
EF0-2957. 

FROST, FRANCES MARY, 1905- 
Hurdy-gurdy. SEE Warner, Philip. 
Johnny Appleseed's song. SEE 

Larson, E. R. 
Song of the leaves. SEE Larson, E. R. 

FROST, ROBERT, 1875- 
A prayer in spring. SEE McKay, G. F. 
Stopping by woods on a snowy evening. 
SEE Sargent, Paul. 

FROSTENSON, ANDERS. 
Jesus fran Nasaret gar har fram. SEE 
Nordqvist, Gustaf. 

FRUMERIE, GUNNAR DE. SEE 
De Frumerie, Gunnar, 1908- 

FRYDAN, HANS. 
Rosy cheeks. SEE Dana, Walter. 

[FRYKMAN, ERIK] 
Bland tallar jag trallar; gammalvals av 
Fryman [pseud. , words by] Fritz Gustpf 
[pseud. ], i B-arr. av Sigurd Agren. 
(With Aslund, Verner. Majflickan 
Gunnel) © Skpndinaviska Odeon ab, 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF15261. 
En dorr pa glflnt; foxtrot, av Fryman 
[pseud. , and] Fritz -Gustaf [pseud. ], 
konsertarr. f5r salongorkester av Thore 
Arnryd. © Skandlnaviska Odeon a. b. , 
Stockholm; Uan46; on arrangement; 
EF14282. Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts. 
(En d&rr pa giant) Open door-open arms; 
arr. by Vic Schoen, lyric by Buddy Kaye, 
music by Fryman [pseud, and] Fritz 
Gustaf [pseud ] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] $1.00 
© on arrangement; Leeds Music Corp. , 
New York; 27Feb50; EP44520. 
(En dOrr pa glflnt) Open door - open arms; 
fox-trot, by Fryman [pseud. , and] Fritz 
Gustaf [pseud. For] concertina, arr. by 
Joseph P. Elsnic. [Chicago, Vitak- 
Elsnic] (Popular song hits, no. 765) 40? 
© on arrangement; Leeds Music Corp. ; 
3lMar50; EP45297. 
(En dorr pi glflnt) Open door -open arms; 
lyric by Buddy Kaye, music by Fryman 
[pseud, and] Fritz Gustaf [pseud. ] 
© on English lyric; Leeds Music Corp. , 
New York; 22Dec49; EP43314. 
(En dOrr pa glflnt) Open door - open arms; 
lyric by Buddy Kaye, music by Fryman 
[pseud., and] Fritz Gustaf [pseud. ], arr. 
for electric, steel & plectrum guitar, 
note and diagram, [by the Oehu Staff] 
(Oahu Publishing Company, no. 29) © on 
arrangement; Leeds Music Corp. . New 
York; 6Mar50; EP44768. 

En gungande vals; musik: Fryman [pseud. ), 
arr. av Peva Derwin. (With Hansson, 
Stig. StyrsO-valsen] [Parts: orchestra] 
© on arrangement; Skandinaviska Odeon 
a. -b., Stockholm; Uan44; EF15250. 

En gungande vals; musik: Fryman [pseud. ], 
Text: Harry Iseborg. (With Hansson, 
Stig. Styrso-valsen) © Skandinaviska 
Ode.,., a. -b., Stockholm; Uan44; 
EF15251. 

Fyra rytmiska barnvisor; i latt sattnlng, 
for piano, musik av Fryman [pseud. ], 
texter av Fritz Gustaf [pseud. ], Harry 
Iseborg och Sven Paddock [pseud. ] med 
teckningar av Harald Gelotte. Kr. 3:- 
© Skandinaviska Odeon aktiebolaget, 
Stockholm; 7Dec49; EFO-1992. 

Huka er, gubbar; foxtrot, av Fritz -Gustaf 
[pseud., and] Fryman [pseud. , arr.: 
Julius Jacobsen] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Skandinaviska Odeon ab, Stockholm; 
Uan46; EF15256. 



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Huka er, gubbar; foxtrot nv Fritz -Gustaf 
[pseud. , and] Fryman f pseud. ] [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
Kr. 1.80 © Skandinaviska Odeon ab, 
Stockholm; Uan46; EF15255. 

Jo, jo, Johanna Johansson. SEE 
SundelOf. F. G. 

Open door - open arms. SEE HIS 
En dOrr pS giant. 

FRYKMAN, NILS. 
I helgedomen. SEE Lindroth, Henry. 

FRYMAN, pseud . SEE 

Frykman, Erik. 
FRYXELL, REGINA HOLMEN, 1899- 
Holy art Thou, O Lord; motet for mixed 
chorus, based on 10th century plain- song 
melody [and] 16th century chorale melody, 
by Regina Holmen Fryxell. Sanctus and 
Kyrie laudamus: metrical version by 
Johan Olof Wallin, translation by Conrad 
Bergendoff. © Regina Holmen Fryxell; 
lMar48; EP43242. 
A vision; 15th century English carol, arr. 
by] Regina H. Fryxell. [For voice and 
piano] © Regina Holmen Fryxell; 
9Dec49; EP47511. 

FUCHS, H. 
SEE Med 120 basar och fint faner. 

FUCHS. HENRY. 
Vara basta latar. SEE Jularbo, Eberhardt. 

FUCHS, JOSEPH. 

Two dances in olden style. SEE 
Fuchs, Lillian. 

FUCHS, LILLIAN, 1903- 
Two dances in olden style; [by] Lillian 
Fuchs, [edited and fingered by Joseph 
Fuchs] [Score (violin and piano) and 
part] 75£ © Leeds Music Corp., New 
York; 20Jan50; EP43693. 

FUCHS, WILLI, 1899- 
Five o'clock beim Blumenstock. SEE 
BeneS, Jara. 

FUCILU. PASQUALE, 1908- 
(Burlesco) Con tlgo; samba movida, dalla 
rivista Burlesco. Versi di M. Marches!, 
musica di P. Fucilli. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Radio record Ricordi, Miiano; 
20Apr50; EF0-3329. 
(Burlesco) La figlia di papa; fox swing, 
dalla rivista Burlesco. Versi di G. C. 
Testoni, musica di P. Fucilli. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Radio record Ricordi, 
Miiano; 20Apr5Q; EF0-3330. 

FUENTE, GABRIEL LUNA DE LA. SEE 
Luna de la Fuente, Gabriel. 

FUENTES. ANTONIO. 
La Mucura; porro colombiano, letra y 
musica de Antonio Fuentes. Arr. de 
Juan E. Lazaga. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] 50£ © Peer y 
Compania, s.l., Havana; 30Dec49; 
EFO-1172. 

FUENTES, LUIS, 1904- 
No no no no; bolero, paroles de Jean Rodor 
[pseud. ], musique de Luis Fuentes. 
(With Cadicamo, E. Entre sombras) 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Julio Garzon, 
Paris; 31Dec49 (in notice: 1950); 
EFO-2510. 
Noche de horror; bolero, paroles et 
musique de Luis Fuentes. [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 31Dec49 
(in notice: 1950); EFO-2478. 

FUENTES, TORO. 
(La mucura) Little jug. La mucura. 
Lyric by Frank H. Stanton [and] N. 
MacNeil, music by ToHo Fuentes. © on 
English lyric; Peer International Corp. , 
New York; 22Mar50; EP45393. 



FttRSTENAU, ANTON BERNHARD, 1792- 
1852. 

♦ (Etudes, flute, op. 29) Six grandes etudes; 
de A. B. FOrstenau, entierement revues, 
corrigees et annotees par Marcel Moyse. 
Six great studies. 27.50 © on revision, 
correction fc annotation; Alphonse Leduc 
& cie, Paris; 30Sep49; EFO-1337. 

*(Exercices, flute, op. 15) Exercices; 
op. 15, de A. B. FOrstenau, entiere- 
ment revus, corriges et annotes, par 
Marcel Moyse. Exercises, op. 15. 17.50 
© on revision, correction & annotation; 
Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 25Sep49; 
EF0-1339. 

FUGGI, ERNEST 
Journee de Paris; valse chantee, paroles 
de Pierre Havet, musique de Tito E. 
Fuggi. [For voice and piano, and voice 
part] © Arpege, editions musicales, 
Paris; 28Sep49; EF0-1568 

FULD, LAZARUS. 
Yaass. SEE Kletter, Max. 

FULEIHAN, ANIS. 
SEE U. S. A. Compositions for piano 
by contemporary American composers. 

FULLBRIGHT, WILBUR D 1926- 

Faith to trust Thee more; [by] Wilbur D. 
Fuilbright. (In Praise Him in song p. [15]) 
[Close scorefSATB] © Wilbur D. Full- 
bright; 20Mar50; EP46598. 

God's promises; [by] Edna Schultz [and] 
Wilbur D. Fuilbright. (In The apostolic 
faith, v.27, no. 2, p. [16"JJ~ [Hymn, with 
music] © Wilbur D. Fuilbright; 15Feb50; 
B5-13750. 

How can I e'er repay Him? [By] Wilbur 
D. Fuilbright. (In Praise Him in song- 
p. [7]) [Hymn, wTlh music] © Wilbur 
D. Fuilbright; 20Mar50; EP46593. 

I am satisfied in Jesus; [by] Wilbur D. 
Fuilbright. (In Praise Him in song. p. [5]) 
[Hymn, with music] © Wilbur D. 
Fuilbright; 20Mar50; EP46592. 

I love to tell how He came to me; [by] 
Wilbur D. Fuilbright. fin Praise Him in 
song.p. [11]) [Hymn, with" music] 
© Wilbur D. Fuilbright; 20Mar50; 
EP46595. 

I walk with Jesus; [by] Wilbur D. Full- 
bright. (In Praise Him in song.p. [9]) 
[Hymn, with music] © Wilbur D. Full- 
bright; 20Mar50; EP46594. 

Jesus means all to me; [by] Wilbur D. 
Fuilbright. (In Praise Him in song p. [13]) 
[Hymn, with music] © Wilbur D. Full- 
bright; 20Mar50; EP46597. 

The unchanging Saviour; [by] Wilbur D. 
Fuilbright, [words by] Mrs. Floyd 
LaMunyon. (In_ Praise Him in song. 
P- [4J) [Hymn, with music] © Mrs. Floyd 
LaMunyon; 20Mar50; EP45948. 

The wondrous name of Jesus; [by] Wilbur 
D. Fuilbright, [words by] Mrs. Floyd La 
Munyon. (In Praise Him in song.p. [10]) 
[Close score: SATB] © Wilbur D. Full- 
bright; 20Mar50; EP46596. 



FULLER, CAROLINE. 
Lullaby in the manger. 
Vardell, C. G. 



SEE 



FULLER. CHARLES E 1887- 

Old fashioned revival hour songs; compiled 
by Charles E. Fuller, H. Leland Green 
[and] William MacDougall. Winona Lake, 
Ind., Rodeheaver Hall -Mack. [Close 
score: SATB] 60f © The Rodeheaver Co. ; 
22Feb50; EP44690. 

FULLER, ESTHER MARY. 

As I watched beside my sheep; S. A. T. B. , 
Old French Christmas carol, arr. by 
Esther Mary Fuller. (Pro Art choral, 
no. 1226) [With piano ace. ] 16£ © on 
arrangement; Pro Art Publications, New 
York; 3lMay50; EP46924. 

High up in de kingdom. SEE Paul, 
D. A. 



O leave your sheep; old French Christmas 
carol, S. A. B. , arr. by Esther Mary 
Fuller, [words by Leland Cornell] (Pro 
Art choral, no. 1236) [With piano ace. ] 
16£ © on arrangement; Pro Art Publi- 
cations, New York; 30Jun50; EP47591. 

Remember thy Creator. SEE 
Paul, D. A. 



Work, for the night is coming. 
Mason, Lowell. 



SEE 



FULLER, FRANK R. , 1870- 
Jealousy can make a slave. SEE 
Ku, Danny. 

FULLERTON, MARGARET. 
Together we sing; based on the original 
work of Charles A. Fullerton, by 
Irving Wolfe and Margaret Fullerton, 
illustrations by Mary Gehr. Chicago, 
Foilett. (Fullerton -Wolfe song series) 
© Margaret Fullerton; 5May50; 
AA149865. 

FULLILOVE, KENESAW L. 
You're just a dream. SEE McKinney, 
James, Jr. 

FULTON, JACK. 
Be the good Lord willing, I'll see you 
in the morning; S. A. T. B. arr. by 
Kenneth Walton, words and music by 
Jack Fulton. [New York, Leeds Music 
Corp. ] (Leeds choral series, 242) 
[With piano ace. ] 200 © on arrangement; 
Blossom Music Corp. ; 21Apr50; 
EP45752. 
Be the good Lord willing, I'll see you 
in the morning; S. S. A. arr. by Kenneth 
Walton, words and music by Jack Fulton. 
[New York, Leeds Music Corp. ] (Leeds 
choral series, 244) [With piano ace. ] 
20? © on arrangement; Blossom Music 
Corp.; 21Apr50; EP45751. 
Be the good Lord willing, I'll see you in 
the morning: T.T.B.B. arr. by Kenneth 
Walton, words and music by Jack Fulton. 
[New York, Leeds Music Corp. ] (Leeds 
choral series, 243) [With piano ace. ] 
20£ © on arrangement; Blossom Music 
Corp. ; 21Apr50; EP45750. 

I'm from Missouri, ya gotta show me. 
SEE Ballantine, Eddie. 

FULVIO, TITO, 1900- 
Dolce sera. SEE Funaro, Mario. Al 
diavolo la celebrita. 

FUMERO, JOSfe CLARO. SEE 
Claro Fumero, Jose. 

FUNARO, MARIO, 1910- 
(Al diavolo la celebrita) Dolce sera; 
canzone valzer, motlvo conduttore dal 
film Al diavolo la celebrita. Versi di 
Porru [pseud. ], musica di M. Funaro. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Radio record 
Ricordi. Miiano; 20Apr50; EF0-3332. 

FUNK, FRANZ, 1910- 
Meine kieine Melodie; Foxtrot, Musik von 
Franz Funk [Text: Franz Funk und Fred 
Preusser-Kinglee. Arrangement: Helmuth 
Wernicke] © Tempoton-Verlag Hans 
Sikorski, Hamburg; 10ct49; EFO-1767. 

FURA, ERIK. 
Malardrottningens vals. SEE Stoor, 
Yngve. 

[FUSCO, GIOVANNI] 1906- 
(Vulcano) Ciurri, ciurri; da un canto 
popolare dal film Vulcano, parole e 
musica di V. U. Finni [pseud. J 
© Edizionl musical! film melodia, 
Miiano; 15Apr50; EFO-3027. 

FUSCO, TARCISIO. 
Bruna isolana; vals musette, [by] Fusco, 
[words by] Mari. Roma, Canzoni 
moderne. (Serie valzer, no. 013) 
(With Alfieri, A. II Valzer dell sirene) 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edward Rossi; 
9Mar50; EFO-3699. 



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FUSCO. TARCISIO. Cont'd. 
(Buondi, zia Margherita) Ci yuol fortuna; 
samba, da 11a rlvista Buondi, zia Mar- 
gherita; versi di M. Galdieri, musica di 
T. Fusco. [For voice and mandolin or 
accordion] © Canzoni moderne, Roma; 
9Mar50; EFO-3307. 
Quanno er sole de Roma, lascia li sette 
colli. SEE Alfieri, Amleto. 

FUSELLI FRANCO. 
Mister Pam; ritmo moderato, musica di 
F. Fuselli, parole di F. Bitter [pseud. ] 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
Italian words) and parts] © Edizioni musi- 
cali Fortuna, Torino, Italy; lFeb50; 
EFO-2595. 

FUSSAN, WERNER, 1912- 
Musik fur FlOte und Klavier; [by] Werner 
Fussan. Op. 13. [Score (flute and piano) 
and part] © Ed. Bote fc G. Bock, Berlin; 
20Sep49; EFO-2841. 

FUSTE*, ESTEBAN, 1884- 
Sentimiento andalux. [Andalusian feeling], 
by Esteban Fuste. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Relnbert 
& Co., inc.. New York; 15Nov49; 
EFO-1536. 

FUSTER IBANEZ, JUAN, 1910- 
Canciones infantiles. SEE Mateo Box, 
Julieta. 

FYLEMAN. ROSE. 
Red- Riding- Hood. SEE Grosz, Wilhelm. 



GAAL, CHARLES JULIUS. 
Gypsy polka; by C. Gaai, arr. by Ozzie 
Clark. [Piano- conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] 60£ © on arrangement; 
Leeds Music Corp., New York; 22Dec49; 
EP43311. 

GABLER, MILTON. 
Dorothy. SEE Hartmann, M. M. 
Lift your glass, sing until the cows 

come home. SEE Hartmann, M. M. 
The wheel turns all around, all around, 
all around. SEE Garreau, C. G. 

SEE ALSO Lang, Robert, pseud. 

GABRIEL, JOSEPH. 
I'm bringing out the Irish that's in me; 
[by] J. J. Wills and Joe Gabriel. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© House of Irish Songs, Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Mar50; EP45538. 
Maureen O'Shea; [by] Joe Gabriel. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© House of Irish Songs, Hollywood, 
Calif.; 15Mar50; EP45537. 

GABRIELI, GIOVANNI, 1557-1812. 
Glorious mystery sublime. O magnum 
mysterium; [by] Giovanni Gabrieli. 
Double chorus for mixed voices, edited 
by George Lynn. (The Westminster choir 
college library, 312-40063) [With organ 
reduction] 22£ © on arrangement; 
Theodore Pressor Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 
2 9 Mar 50; EP45308. 

GABRIELSKI, JOHANN WILHELM, 1791- 
1846. 

♦(Trio concertant, 3 flutes, op. 31) Grand 
trio concertant; for three flutes, by W. 
Gabrielsky. Op. 31. Revised by Albert 
J. Andraud. [Score and parts] $2.50 
© on revision; Albert J. Andraud, Cin- 
cinnati. 3Jan50; EP43254. 

GACO, JOAL, pseud . SEE 
Coffey, John A 

[GACON. JEAN ADRIEN ANTOINE] 1906- 
J'ai besoin de caresses; tango. Paroles de 
Jean Solar [pseud. ] & Pierre Louis 
Picard [pseud. ], musique de Jean Solar. 
© Editions Mondia, s.a. , Paris; 10Oct47; 
EF15462. 



Mad'moiselle n'importe qui. SEE 
Carrara, fimile. 

Oh 6! Catherine; paroles et musique de 
Jean Solar [pseud. ] © Editions Mondia, 
s.a.. Paris; 15Nov49; EFO-2749. 

GADE, JACOB 1879- 
Jalousie. Jealousy, [by] Jacob Gade, arr. 
by Jerry Sears. [Score (saxophone and 
piano) and part] 60£ © on arrangement; 
Harms, inc., New York; 16May50; 
EP46764. 

GAFFNEY. MAMIE, 1883- 
A dreamer; words and music by Mamie 
Gaffney. © Mamie Gaffney; 10Mar50; 
EP45107. 

GAFVERT, HANS AKE. 

I svensk folkton; liten svit av Hans-Ake 
Gafvert, instr. : Gunnar Johansson. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Edition Sylvmin a. b. , Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15313. 

Resignation; musik och arr. : Hans-Ake 
Ganrert. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Ab. Edition 
Sylvain, Stockholm; Uan48; EF15312. 

Serenad: [or] Min kftrleks rOda ros, [by] 
Hans-Ake Gafvert, [text: Sigvard 
Wallbeck-Hallgren] [Parts: orchestra, 
with words and voice part] Kr. 4. 00 
© Edition Sylvain a/b, Stockholm; 
Uan46; EF15314. 

SEE Sonoras stjarnskott. 

GAGLIANO, GIOVANBATISTA DA. 
Pupille arciere; [by] Giovanbatista da 
Gagliano, edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, 
p. 15) [For voice and piano] © on 
harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, musik - 
forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2090. 
Se tu sel bella; [by] Giovanbatista da 
Gagliano, edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
( In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 88) [Score: 2 voices and piano] 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; 
EF0-2068. 

GAGLIANO, MARCO DA. 

Alma mia, dove ten' vai; [by] Marco da 
Gagliano, edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
( In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 84) [Score: 2 voices and piano] © on 
harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forutg, Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2065. 

Fanciulletta ritrosetta; [by] Marco da 
Gagliano, edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 82-83) [Score: 2 voices and piano] 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; 
EFO-2064. 

In an limpido rio; [by] Marco da Gagliano, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, p. 80-81) 
[Score: 2 voices and piano] © on harmoni- 
zation; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2063. 

Mie speranze; [by] Marco da Gagliano, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 12) [For 
voice and piano] © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenag- 
hen; lSep49; EFO-2087. 

Valii profonde; [by] Marco da Gagliano, 
edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1, p. 14-17) 
[For voice and piano] © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2131. 

GAGNEBIN, HENRI, 1886- 
Andante et allegro; poor clarlnette et 
piano, [by] H. Gagnebin. [Score and 
part] I7fr.50 © Alphonse Leduc & cie, 
Paris; Uan50; EFO-1676. 
Chant pour le Jour des morts et la 
Toussaint; cantate pour soprano et 
baryton soli, choeur mixte, orchestre a 
cordes et orgue, texte de Jules Baillods. 
Reduction pour chant et piano par l'auteur. 
[Piano-vocal score] © Edition Henn 
(Lina -Bertha Henn), Geneva; 15Jun50; 
EFO-3731. 



♦Pieces d' orgue sur les psaiynes huguenots; 
[by] Henri Gagnebin. © Edition Henn, 
Geneve; fasc. 1, 21Jan50; fasc. 2, 2Mar50; 
fasc.3, 7Apr50; EFO-3703-3705. 

GAILLARD, SUM. 
Communication. SEE Ricks, Lee. 

GAITO, CARLO FRANCESCO, 1900- 
Lydia; slow, versi di Jorio, musica di C. 
F. Gaito. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Casa musicale Giu liana, societa a. r. i. , 
Edizioni Fabbri, Trieste; lApr50; 
EFO-3427. 
Lydia; slow, versi di Jorio, musica di 
C. F. Gaito. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Casa musicale Gluliana societa a. r. 1. , 
Edizioni Fabbri, Trieste; lApr50; 
EF0-3728. 
Nel cuor c'e un carillon; valzer brillante, 
versi di Jorio, musica di C. F. Gaito. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Casa musicale 
Giuliana, s. a. r. 1. , Edizioni Fabbri 
Trieste; lApr50; EFO-3656. 
Sempre con te; versi di L. Apollonio, 
musica di C. G. Gaito. ( With his Lydia) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchesTFa, with 
word's) and parts] © Casa musicale 
Giuliana, Edizioni Fabbri, Trieste; 
lApr50; EFO-3729. 
Suonando il vibrafono. SEE Silvio, 

Chenna. 
Vicino a te. SEE Olivares, Amadeo. 

GAL, ERNA. 
Primer for the pianoforte; [by] Erna Gal. 
2/6 © Francis, Day 4 Hunter, ltd. , 
London; 13Feb50; EFO-2011. 

gXl. HANS, 1890- 

* Lilliburlero; improvisations on a martial 
melody. Op. 48. [By] Hans Gal. [Score: 
orchestra] 17s. 6d. © Novello fr Co. , 
ltd., London; 16 Mar 50; EFO-2953. 

GALDIERI, E. 
Le mie rose. SEE Spagnolo, A. 
Venite a Napoli! SEE Spagnolo, A. 

GALDIERI, M. 
Ci vuol fortuna. SEE Fusco, Tarcisio. 
Buondi* zia Margherita. 

GALDIERI, MICHELE, 1902- 
Tu non sai. SEE Pulci, Luigi. 
II vedovo allegro. 

GALE, DAVID, pseud . SEE 
Siegel, David, 1818- 

GALE, NORMAN. 
The country faith. SEE Finlay, K. G. 

GALE, RUBY, pseud. SEE 
Ludwig, Gertrude D. 

GALHARDO, JOSE*. 
Lisboa antiga. SEE Portela. Raul. 

GALILEI, VINCENZO, d. 1591. 

♦Contrapunti a due voci; 1584, [by] Vincenxo 
Galilei. Edited by Louise Rood. (Smith 
College music archives, no. 8) © on 
editing; The Trustees of the Smith College, 
Northampton, Mass.; 15Mar46 (in notice: 
1945); EP47407. 

GALLA-RINI, ANTHONY. 
Malaguena. SEE Lecuona y Casado, 

Ernesto. Andalucfa. 
Waltz. SEE Strauss, Richard. Der 

Rosenkavalier. 

GALLAGHER, CHARLES W 1922- 

A course in modern harmony; [Home 
study course, modern harmony], by 
Charles W. Gi llagher. ©U.S. School 
of Music, New York; lessons 1-12, 
12Feb50; AA142482. 



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[A course in modern harmony]; Home 
study course, modern harmony; [com- 
piled by Charles W. Gallagher and Jane 
M. Kolb] © U. S. School of Music. 
New York; lessons 13-24, 26May50; 
AA153780. 

A modern course for ukulele; [Home 
study course, ukulele, by Charles W. 
Gallagher] © U. S. School of Music, 
New York; lessons 1-12, 31Mar50; 
AA147405. 

GALLAZZI, GIUSEPPE, 1915- 
Scrivimi; canzone tango, testo [e musica] 
di G. Gallazzi. [Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on arrangement; Edizioni musical! dott. 
Gallazzi, Milano; 110ct40; EFO-1061. 
Vivere baciandoti; valzer lento; di G. 
Gallazzi. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni musicali dott. Gallazzi, 
Milano; 15JuI4G; EFO-1062. 

GALLETTA, DANTE, 1924- 
Che temper amento. Moderato swing. 
Parole di Pinch! [pseud. ], musica di D. 
Galletta. [Piano -conductor score (or- 
chestra, with words) and parts] © Edi- 
zioni melodi, Milano; 23Nov49; EFO-2694. 

GALLO, Dsejut SEE 
Gorni, Francesco, 1885- 

GALLOIS MONTBRUN, RAYMOND. 
Lorsque tu dors; [by] Gallois Montbrun, 
[poeme de Jean Marlat. [From] Trois 
melodies sur trois poemes de Jean 
Marlat avec accompagnement de piano. 
12, 50 © Alphonse Leduc fc cie, Paris; 
20Dec49; EF0-2733. 

GALLON, NOEL, 1891- 

Solo de concours. SEE Hummel, J. N. 

Vingt lemons de solfege avec accompagne- 
ment de piano. Etudes melodiques et 
faclles en cie de sol 2e a V usage des 
conservatoires et ecoles de musique, 
par Noel-Gallon. 150 francs © Henry 
Lemoine fc cie, Paris; 5Mar50; EFO-2791. 

GALLOP, SAMMY, 1915- 
Count every star. SEE Coquatrix, Bruno. 
Flattery and flowers. SEE Albert, 

Shirley. 
The queen of hearts is missing; lyrics 

and music by Sammy Gallop. © Breg- 

man, Vocco & Conn, inc. , New York; 

HMay50; EP46629. 
Whispering rain. SEE Krenz, Bill. 

GALLOWAY, GERTRUDE. 

My little hillside home. SEE Tobin, 
Louis. 

GALVEZ Y ALANfe. 
Manuel Gonzalez. SEE Montorio, Daniel. 



GALVIN, PATRICK, pseud . 
Derrane, Joseph Patrick, 



SEE 
1930- 



GAMBER, EUGENE. 

♦Your guide to successful singing. With the 
editorial cooperation of Allan Carpenter. 
160 p. illus. © Windsor Press, Chi- 
cago; 30Jan50; A40592. 

GAMBOA CEBALLOS, JOSE. 

Tabasco; danz6n, de Jose Gamboa Ceballos. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Editorial Mexicana de Musica 
Internacional, s.a. , Mexico; 30Dec48; 
EF15550. 

Tuxpan; danz6n de Jose 1 Gamboa Ceballos. 
[Parts: orchestra] © Editorial Mexicana 
de Musica Internacional, s.a., Mexico; 
30Nov49: EF15560. 

GAMSE, ALBERT, 1905- 
Coal miner polka. SEE Wojnarowskl, 
Frank. 



On a cruise to old Bermuda; by Paul 
Kalet [pseud. ] and Albert Gamse. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Evan Georgeoff Music Pub. Co., New 
York; 9Feb50 (in notice: 1949); EP44415. 

Rosy cheeks. SEE Dana, Walter. 

Yoo hoo polka. SEE Justynski, Vincent. 



GANDOLFO, R. F. 
Non voglio pili baci. 



SEE Pesce, G. 



GANNON, KIM. 1900- 
A little rag doll. SEE Wayne, Mabel. 
Music for Madame. SEE Wayne. 

Mabel. 
Niccolo and his piccolo. SEE Cohen, M. A. 

GARABEDIAN, CARL ARSHAG. 1894- 
Catalonian Christmas carols; XVth 
century, for four-part chorus of women's 
voices, a cappella, English versions by 
C. A. G. , arr. by C. A. Garabedlan and 
F. W. Ramseyer. (Octavo church music, 
2751) 25£ © on arrangement; The Boston 
Music Co., Boston; 9Jun50; EP47390. 

GARBAYO L6PEZ, R 
Habana vieja; lamento afro, de R. 
Garbayo Lopez, arr. [by] Alfredo Brfto. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Rumbalero Music, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 28Dec49; 
EP44428. 

GARBER, JOSEF. 1887- 
Weihnachtskantate. SEE Knab, 
Armin. 

GARBETT, ARTHUR SELWYN. 
He leadetn me; text adapted from Psalm 23, 
music by Arthur Selwyn Garbett. Sacred 
song. 50£ © Oliver Ditson Co., Bryn 
Mawr, Pa.; 29Dec49; EP43205. 

GARCIA, BERNADINA. 
Spanish serenade. SEE Word, C. I. 

GARCIA. CHARLES, 1883- 
Angeiita; fandango, [by] Ch. Garcia. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Julio Garson, Paris; 20Apr50; 
EFO-3793. 
Guethary; fandango [by] Ch. Garcia. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Julio Garzon, Paris; 31Dec49 
(in notice: 1950); EFO-2517. 
Nena; fandango de Ch. Garcia. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Julio Garzon, Paris; 31Dec49 (in 
notice: 1950); EF0-2518. 

GARCIA, CARIDAD. 
Perfecci6n; bolere-beguine, Spanish lyric 
and music by Caridad Garcfa. 50f 
© on Spanish lyric; Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp. , New York; 26Jan50; 
EP43749. 

GARCIA, FERNANDO. 
(Mi vaca lechera) The cow-bell song. 
Tol6n, to!6n'. Mi vaca lechera, rumba- 
guaracha. English lyric by Ray 
Laurence, Spanish lyric by J. Morcillo, 
music by Fernando Garcia. © on English 
lyric; Peer International Corp. , New 
York; 15May47; EP47380. 

GARCIA, NACHO. 
(Fiesta brava) La raspa. C'est la raspa; 
tiree du film Fiesta brava. Paroles de 
Chamfleury [pseud. ] et Homes, musique 
de Nacho Garcia. [Spanish and French 
words] © on French lyrics; Societe 
d 1 editions musicaies Internationales, 
Paris; 15Nov49; EFO-2301. 

GARCIA CATURLA. ALEJANDRO. 1906- 
Dos canciones corales cubanas; para coro 
mixto a cappella [by] Alejandro Garcia 
Caturla. Montevideo, Editorial 
Cooperativa Interamericana de Compo 
sitores. (Publicacion n. 29) © Instituto 
Interamericano de Musicologia; 22Dec43; 
EF15072. 



GARCIA MORILLO, ROBERTO, 1911- 
Conjuros; suite para piano [by] Roberto 
Garcia Morillo. [Op. 3] Montevideo, 
Editorial Cooperativa Interamericana 
de Compositores. (Publicaci6n no. 17) 
© Instituto Interamericano de Musicolo- 
gia; 30Nov42; EF15036. 
(Variations, piano, op. 13) Variaciones 
1944; [for] piano [by] Roberto Garcfa 
Morillo. [Op. 13] Montevideo, Editorial 
Cooperativa Interamericana de Compo- 
sitores. (Publicacitfn, no. 39) © Insti- 
tuto Interamericano de Musicologia; 
27Dec45; EF15058. 

GARCIA NOREftA. ENRIQUE. 
Me dej6 chlflando; cancion ranchera. letra 
y musica de Enrique Garcia Norena. 
© Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter- 
nacional, s.a., Mexico; 18Aug49; 
EFO-1005. 

GARCIA PADILLA, ANTONIO. 
Suena Sevilla. SEE Castellanos, Carlos. 

GARCfA Y DE CATURLA. ALEJANDRO 
EVELIO. SEE 
Garcfa Caturla, Alejandro, 1906- 

GARDENS, HELMUT. 
Du wisst, mein Herz ist so oft allein. 

SEE Schwarz, Werner. 
Warten will ich auf dich. SEE 
Schwandes, Gerd. 

GARDINER, CHARLES SC HOLLY. 

It can't rain every day. SEE 
Brisben, W. E. 

GARDINER, HENRY BALFOUR. 1877- 
* Movement for strings in C minor; [by] H. 
Balfour Gardiner. For string quintet 
(2 violins, 2 violas, cello) or for string 
orchestra (edited by P. A. Grainger) 
[Score] © on arrangement; Schott iCo., 
ltd., London; 270ct49; EF0-1222. 

GARDNER, DAVE. 
I never knew I cared so much, until you 
said goodbye; lyric by Jack Gould, music 
by Dave Gardner. © Bristol Music Co. , 
Bridgeport, Conn. ; HAprSO; EP45507 

GARDNER. GERTRUDE. 
A day with the toys; for pianoforte, music 
by Gertrude Gardner, illustrated by 
Stella Ruddock. A book of ten duets and 
two trios in easy keys for players of 
equal grade. © Alfred Lengnick fr Co. , 
ltd., London; 30Jan50; EFO-1612. 

GARDNER, MARY. 
Walking up the King's highway. SEE 
Dorsey, T. A. 

GARDUCCI, AIDA, 1898- 
Ojos sevillanos. SEE Auclair, 
Christiane. 

GARIBALDI. MICHEL. 
Le Br^sil n'est pas ici. SEE 
Corchia, Primo. 

GARIBAY, JOSE* I 
Que mas da; cancion mexicana, letra y 
musica de Jose I. Garibav. © Promotora 
Hispano Americana de Musica. s.a., 
Mexico; 23Jun49; EF15238. 

GARINEI, PIETRO, 1919- 
Notturno d'amore. SEE Mascheroni, 
Vittorio. Sogno di una notte di questa 
estate. 

GARNER, ERROL. 
Five original piano solos; [by] Errol 
Garner, transcribed by Morris Feldman. 
$1 © Capitol Songs, inc.. New York; 
3Feb50; EP44597. 

GARNO, PETER. 
Spend a week-end in the snow. SEE 
Horton, Andrew. 



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GARREAU, CLAUDE G 
The wheel turns all around, all around, all 
around; words and music by Joe Schuster, 
Sid Friedman, Eddie Michalove k Claude 
Garreau. Additional lyrics by Milt 
G abler. © Rytvoc, inc.. New York; 
28Dec49; EP43328. 

GARRISON, BENJAMIN HARRISON, 1895- 

Fickle Fay creep; instrumental novelty, 
by Harrison Smith k Ben. Garrison, 
piano solo arr. by Aletha Mae Robinson. 
© on arrangement; Harrison Godwin 
Smith; New York; 12May50; EP46335. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Just a lonely 
echo, 8Jul30, EU24583. 

Gee, I'd be happy if someone would only 
love me! Ballad, words by Harrison 
Smith, music by Ben. Garrison. © on 
revised words; Harrison Godwin Smith, 
Brooklyn; 31Mar50; EP45253. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4Feb30, EU30165. 

Sing a little song each day! Song, words 
by Harrison Smith, music by Ben 
Garrison, arr. by Aletha Mae Robinson. 
© Harrison Godwin Smith; 15Feb50; 
EP44290. Appl. states prev. reg. 
29Nov30, EU31322. 

The turtle walk; hot jazz tune, by Tosh 
Hammed and Ben Garrison, arrangement 
by Aletha Mae Robinson. [For piano] 
© on new arrangement; Harrison Godwin 
Smith, New York; 6Feb50; EP44109. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 7Jan29, EU5273. 

The turtle walk; song, words by Tosh 
Hammed, music by Ben. Garrison, rev. 
melody arrangement by Aletha Mae 
Robinson. © on arrangement; Harrison 
Godwin Smith; 22Mar50; EP45049. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 7Jan29, EU5273. 

GARSON, EDDIE, 1928- 
Hello. SEE Garson, Mort. 

GARSON, MORT, 1924- 
Hello; by Buddy Kaye, Eddie Garson k 
Mort Garson, [piano arrangement by Sy 
Van Home) [Score: 2 treble voices and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Charles 
Ross Music Co. . inc. . New York; 
8May50; EP47139. 

GARTLAN, GEORGE H 
The lilac tree; [or] Perspicacity. Pom - 
miers et lilacs. Words and music by 
George H. Gartlan, French text by 
Emelia Renaud. 50£ © on French text; 
M. Witmark k Sons, New York; 10Jan50; 
EP43646. 

GARZON. JULIO, 1895- 
Bullanga. SEE Ribalta, Pedro. 
Cascabelera. SEE Padilla, Jose. 
La golondrina. SEE Serradell, Narciso. 
J'attends le bonheur. SEE Falcon, 

Julio. 
Jazminera cordobesa. SEE Jofre 

de Villegas, Alfonso. 
Malaguefla mexicaine. SEE Krever, 

Malkiel. 

La raspa mexicaine. SEE Grant, 
Joaquin. 



GASCOIGNE, ANTHONY GREVILLE. 
Greville-Gascoigne, Anthony. 



SEE 



GASS. AUBREY ANDREW. 

K. C. Boogie; by Aubrey Gass. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © Fair- 
way Music Corp. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
16May50; EP46658. 

Look me up; by Aubrey Gass. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © Fair- 
way Music Corp. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
16May50; EP46657. 

GASS, IRENE ELSIE, 1885- 
Flower of heaven. SEE Thiman, E. H. 

GASSION, EDITH GIOV ANNA. 1915- 
La vie en rose. SEE Guglielmi, L. G. 



GATES OF SUMMER; a Children's Day 
service. [Hymns, with music] 12£ 
© Tullar -Meredith Co., New York; 
3Jan50; AA144112. 

GATTA, CORRADODELLA. 
A cuore a cuore. SEE Cozzo, A. 
Baby. SEE Cavazzuti, Giuseppe. 
Bene ca nun e bene. SEE Matassa, 

Renato. 
Dormi. SEE Staffelli, Attilio. 
Ho xroppo amato. SEE Ruocco, Renato. 
Napule, na 1 . SEE Staffelli. Attilio. 
Non so perche'. SEE Campese, G. 
Notturno. SEE Matassa, Renato. 
Nulla. SEE Rendine, F. 
La paglietta di Chevalier. SEE 

Matassa, Renato. 
Piedigrotta Cantanapoli. SEE 

Piedigrotta Cantanapoli. 
Resta con me. SEE Matassa, Renato. 
Rumba napoletana. SEE Nisco, M. de. 
Vita mia. SEE Terrana, Gerlando. 

GAUDRIOT, CHARLY, 1895- 
Du sagst mir still auf Wiedersehn. SEE 
Roland, Heinz. 

GAUTIER, EDMOND. 
La farce du contrebandier. SEE 
Pascal, C. R. G. 

GAUTIER. JEANNE. 
Sonate. SEE Simon, L. M. 
Sonata, violin & piano. 

GAVELL-BLUMENTHAL, KJELL. 
Bakom flackad ruta; text: Sven Lantz. 
musik: Kjell Gavell-B lumen thai. (Vara 
visor, 9) Kr 2:- © Elkan k Schildknecht, 
Emil Careliua, Stockholm; Uan46; 
EF14953. 

GAY. JOHN, 1685-1732. 
The beggar's opera. SEE Laszlo, 
Alexander. 

GAY, NOEL, pseud SEE 
Armitage. Reginald Moxon, 1898- 

GAYLE. TIM. 
Love goes 'round on a merry-go-round. 
SEE Trace, A. J. 

GAYTEN, PAUL. 
For you my love; by Paul Gayten. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Gale k Gayles, inc. ; New York; 
3Feb50; EP43980. 

GAZE, HEINO. 1908- 
I love you, je t'aime, ich hab Dich so lieb! 
Lied und Waiter, Text: Hans Fritz 
Beckmann und Gunther Schwenn, Musik: 
Heino Gaze. [Arrangement von Komponi- 
sten] [Piano-conductor score (orchestra, 
with German words) and parts] © Ed. 
Bote k G. Bock, Berlin; 1Nov49; 
EFO-2839. 

GEADROSSICH. MARY. 
Springtime. SEE Tobin, Louis. 

GEARHART, LIVINGSTON. 
God of our fathers. SEE Warren, G. W. 

GEEHL, HENRY ERNEST, 1881- 
The Alpine huntsman. SEE Schubert. 

F. P. Der Alpenjager. 
Cradle song. SEE Schubert, F. P. 

Green and peaceful are the pastures. 

Was mir behagt. 
Hope and light of man's endeavour. 

SEE Bach, J. S. Herz und Mund 

und That und Leben. 

The moonlight sonata. SEE Beethoven, 
L. V. Sonata, piano, no. 14, op. 27, 
no. 2. 



Spring song. SEE Mendelssohn- 

Bartholdy, Felix. Lieder ohne Worte. 
A summer day. SEE Godard, B. L. P. 

GEER, EZRA HAROLD. 1886- corop 

Vassar College supplement to Hymns for 
worship; numbers 300 to 387, [compiled 
by] E. Harold Geer. Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. , Vassar College. [Hymns with 
music] © E. Harold Geer; 3Feb50; 
EP44839. 

GEFORD, SAMUEL. 
My darling Bernice; words and music by 
Samuel Geford, arr. by H. A. Davis. 
© Blair's Music Pub. Co. , Detroit; 
12Jun50; EP47280. 

GEIBEL, ADAM, 1855-1933. 

Kentucky babe; S. S. A. with optional 
descant for a few voices on the second 
verse. Words by Richard Henry Buck, 
music by Adam Geibel, arranged by 
Gladys Pitcher. (Special edition, 
no. 7337-P) [With piano ace. ] 20? 
© on arrangement; Edwin H. Morris k 
Co., inc.. New York; 24Mar50; EP45303. 

Kentucky babe; S. A. T. B. with optional 
descant for soprano solo or selected 
voices on the second verse. Words by 
Richard Henry Buck, music by Adam 
Geibel, arranged by Gladys Pitcher. 
(Special edition, no. 5575 -P) [With piano 
ace. ] 20£ © on arrangement; Edwin H. 
Morris k Co. , inc.. New York; 
24Mar50; EP45301. 

Kentucky babe; T. T. B. B. with optional 
descant for solo voices, soprano or 
tenor on the second verse. Words by 
Richard Henry Buck, music by Adam 
Geibel, arr. by Gladys Pitcher. 
(Special edition, no. 6591-P) [With 
piano ace. ] 20? © on arrangement; 
Edwin H. Morris k Co., inc.. New York- 
24 Mar 50; EP45302. 

Kentucky babe; words by Richard Henry 
Buck, music by Adam Geibel, [arr. by 
George Leaman] [For piano, with 
words] 350 © on simplified arrangement; 
Edwin H. Morris k Co., inc.. New York: 
8Aug49; EP45304. 

GEISSLER. CLIFFORD FRANKLIN. 
Midsummer rain. SEE Dupont- Hansen, 
George. 

GELABERT, JOSf. 
Boda campeslna; son guarjlro, letra y 
musica de Jos6 Gelabert, arr. [by] 
Julio Gutierrez. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. ; 15Mar50; EP46394. 



GELLER, HAROLD. 1916- 
Donna Maria, pseud . 



SEE 



GELMINI, LUIGL 1921- 
Notte sul Don. Medium swing. Parole di 
Pinch! [pseud.], musica di L. Gelmini. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Suvini 
Zerboni, Milano; 14 Dec 4 9 (in notice: 1950k 
EF0-2693. 
Quante volte te l'ho detto. Medium swing. 
Parole di Egis [pseud. ], musica di L. 
Gelmini. [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra, with words) and parts] © Edizioni 
Suvini Zerboni, Milano; 7Mar50; 
EFO-2775. 
Se nasco un'altra volta. Medium swing. 
Parole di Pinchi [pseud. ], musica di 
L Gelmini. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni Suvini Zerboni, Milano; 
12Dec49 (in notice: 1950); EFO-2697. 

[GELSOMINI, COLON] 1902- 
Zlngara; tango argentino, musica di Alu 
[pseud. ], versi di Bertini. [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] © Edizioni sette note, Milano; 
30Nov49; EF0-2778. 



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GENEVRIER. HENRI, 1881- 
Les danses populaires. SEE Canteloube, 
Joseph. 

GENGER. ROGER, 1903- 
I'U never let you go out of my heart. 
SEE De Vallee, Ray. 

GENSLER, LEWIS E 
Cross your heart; fox trot, words by 

B. G. De Sylva, music by Lewis E. 

Gensler. A Jack Mason arrangement. 

[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 

words) and parts] $ 1 © on arrangement; 

Harms, inc.. New York; 23 Mar 50; 

EP45686. 
Cross your heart; words by B. G. De 

Sylva, music by Lewis E. Gensler. 

[arr. by Helmy Kresa] © on arrangement; 

Harms, inc. , New York; 9Mar50; 

EP45223. 

GENTEMANN. M. ELAINE. Sister . SEE 
Elaine, Sister, 1909- 

GENTILE, ENRICO, 1921- 
Samba del mandarino. SEE Olivieri. Dino. 
Son nato il 17, in Venerdi. SEE Olivieri, 
Dino. 

GENTILI. LEONE. 
L'amore e un canto; valzer lento. Vers! 
di L. L. Martem, musica di L. Gentili. 
{Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Radio record 
Ricordi, Milano; 20Apr50; EFO-3327. 
Ti porto le prime rose; canzone moderato 
slow, parole di L. L. Mart e 111 e A. 
Stazzonelli, musica di Leone Gentili. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizionl italmuslca, 
Milano; Uan50; EFO-3149. 

GENTNER, WILLY SCHMIDT. SEE 
Schmidt-Gentner. Willy, 1894- 

GENZMER. HARALD, 1909- 
Drei Hymnen; [by] Harald Genzmer. 
[Words by Gertrud von Le Fort] [Voice 
score: chorus (SATB)] © Schott & Co. . 
ltd., London; 30Dec49; EFO-2356. 
Kleines Klavierbuch; von Harald Genzmer. 
(EdiUon Schott, 1054) © Schott k Co. , 
ltd., Mainz; Heft 1, 31Mar50; EFO-3226. 

* (Septet, winds, harp & strings) Septett; 

HIT Harfe. Flote, Klarinette in B. Horn 
in F, Violine, Bratsche und Violoncello, 
von Harald Genzmer. Mainz, B. Schott f s 
S&hne; New York, Associated Music Pub- 
lishers. (Edition Schott, 3623) [Score] 
© Schott & Co., ltd.; 14Sep49; EFO-1241. 

♦ Tripartita in F; fur Or gel, von Harald 

Genzmer. (Edition Schott, 3842) 

© Schott & Co'., ltd.. Mainz; 31Mar50; 

EFO-3225. 

GEORGE, CHARLES, 1894- 
The belle of the West; a musical comedy 
of the Golden West in two acts, book, 
lyrics, and music by Charles George. 
$1.75 © T. S. Denison & Co. , Chicago; 
2Jun50; EP47235. 
Sweet Anne Page; a modern musical comedy 
in two acts, book, lyrics and music by 
Charles George. [Piano-vocal score] 
$ 1. 75 © T. S. Denison & Co. , Minnea- 
polis; 17Jan50; DP23177. 

GEORGE. CLYDA. 
She is just my kind. SEE Ross, Marian. 

GEORGE, DON, 1909- 
I see by the papers. SEE Johnson, 

Virgil. 
I'm just the dreamer and you are my 

dreams; words by Zoe Laird, music by 

Don George. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 

Hollywood, Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46532. 
I , m waiting for you, dear; words by Nick 

Samaonoff, music by Don George. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

9Jun49; EP45838. 
Journey's end. SEE Mundy, J. R. 



Let's keep our love exciting; words by 
Mary Webber, music by Don George. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. 
25Apr49; EP45548. 

A touch of the blues. SEE Wilcox, E. F. 



You left me everything but you. 
Erickson, Jack. 



SEE 



GEORGE, DON R 1903- 

My little acre in paradise; words by Paul 
Page, music by Don R. George. 
© Southern Music Pub. Co. , inc. , New 
York; 2Mar50; EP45397. 

GEORGE, EDGAR E 
Christ glorified; words and music by 
Edgar E. George. © Edgar E. George, 
Dallas, Pa.; 24Feb50; EP44492. 

GEORGE. LLOYD. 
Cornbread, 'lasses and sassafras tea. 
SEE Sullivan, Rollin. 

GEORGE, STEFAN ANTON. 1868-1933. 
S&nge eines fahrenden Spielmanns. 
SEE Pisk, P. A. 

GERAGHTY, MAURICE. 
(Dakota Lil) Rose of Cimarron; [from] 
Dakota Lil, by Maurice Geraghty. 
[Melody and chord symbols, with words] 
© A Is on Productions, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. ; 4Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EP46847. 

GERALD, THOMAS J 1903- 

How do I love thee? Let me count the 
ways; for voice and piano, poem by 
Elizabeth Barrett Browning, music by 
Thomas J. Gerald. 50£ © Paragon Music 
Publishers, New York; 15May50; 
EP46451. 
My dream. SEE Nelsen, B. H. 



GERALDY, PAUL, 1885- 
Trois chansons dansantes. SEE 
Baron, Maurice. 

GERARD, M. PHILIPPE-, pseud. 
Bloch, Philippe Gerard. 1924- 



SEE 



GERARD, RICHARD H. , 1875-1948. 
I found a girl. SEE Armstrong, Harry. 

GERBER. LUCIEN. 1904- 
Les papillons; valse [by] Lucien Gerber 
arr par Eric Ribau. Piano seul. © on 
arrangement; Lucien Gerber; 15Sep49; 
EF0-1382. Appl. states prev. reg. 
30Sep48, El 1146. 



pseud , 
son, Gc 



Beiienson, Gerda Ma line, 1903- 

GERHARD, KARL. 
Gungorna och ka ruse lien. SEE Steen- 
Ostling, Herbert. 

GERHART,. MAE-AILEEN ERB. SEE 
Erb, Mae-Aileen, 1889- 

GERMANO, PAUL, 1921- 
Cuchi pum pum; Coochee poom poom, 
words and music by Paul Germane 
© Peer International Corp. , New York; 
27Feb50; EP44750. 

GERNET, EDGAR. 
Ich fahr' mit meiner Lisa. SEE 
Schmitz, Jupp. 

GERRELL, DORENZA ANGELINE, 1916- 
I've got joy in my soul; words and music 
by Dorenza A. Gerrell, arr. by Bernard 
Battle. © Rev. Dorenza Angeline 
Gerrell, Orange, N. J. ; 20Jul49; 
EP44065. 

GERSHMAN, HARRY, 1909- 
( Rhythm on ice) Pardon me, Miss; 
[from] Rhythm on ice, words and music 
by Harry Gershman. © Gershman fc 
Goodman, inc. , Music Publishers, 
Kansas City, Mo. ; 28Mar50; EP45373. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 9Mar49, 
EU159983. 



GERSHWIN, GEORGE. 1898-1937. 
(Girl crazy) I got rhythm; [by] George 
Gershwin, arr. by Jerry Sears. [Score 
(clarinet and piano) and part] 60? 
© on arrangement; New World Music 
Corp. , New York; 5Apr50; EP45680. 
I got plenty o 1 nuttin'. SEE HIS 

Porgy and Bess. 
I got rhythm. SEE HIS 

Girl crazy. 
(Oh, Kay) Someone to watch over me; 
[from Oh, Kay] by George Gershwin, 
paraphrased for piano by Maurice C. 
Whitney. 75£ © on paraphrase; Harms, 
inc., New York; 17May50; EP46766. 
(Oh, Kay) Someone to watch over me. 
Qui me protegera. From the musical 
comedy Oh, Kay; words by Ira Gershwin, 
music by George Gershwin. French text 
by Emella Renaud. 80? © on French 
lyrics; Harms, inc.. New York; lFebSO; 
EP44247. 
(Porgy and Bess) I got plenty o 1 nuttin 1 ; 
arr. for female chorus, S. S. A. , [by 
William Stickles. From] Porgy and 
Bess, music by George Gershwin, lyrics 
by Ira Gershwin and DuBose Heyward. 
[With piano ace. ] 20£ © on arrangement; 
Gershwin Pub. Corp. , New York; 
31Dec49; EP43627. 
Rhapsody in blue; [by George Gershwin] 
choral finale for mixed voices, arr. by 
Clay Warnick. [Voice score] 30£ 
© on arrangement; Harms, inc. , New 
York; 27Jan50; EP44250. 
Someone to watch over me. SEE HIS 

Oh, Kay. 
Soon; music by George Gershwin, piano 
arrangement by Henry Levine. (Gotham 
classics, no. 99) 50£ © on arrangement; 
New World Music Corp. , lew York; 
6jan50; EP43633. 
Strike up the band; fox trot [from Strike 
up the band] Words by Ira Gershwin, 
music by George Gershwin, [arr. by] 
Jerry Sears. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] $ 1 
© on arrangement; New World Music 
Corp., New York; 7Feb50; EP44249. 

GERSHWIN, IRA, 1896- 
I got plenty o' nuttin'. SEE 

Gershwin, George. Porgy and 

Bess. 
Jenny. SEE Weill. Kurt. Lady in 

the dark. 
Someone to watch over me. SEE 

Gershwin. George. Oh, Kay. 
Strike up the band. SEE Gershwin, 

George. 
Swing trot. SEE Warren, Harry. 

The Barkleys of Broadway. 
Tschaikowsky. SEE Weill, Kurt. Lady 

in the dark. 

GERSTENBERGER, JACK. 
I love you truly, dear old pal; by Jack 
Gerstenberger. [Arr. by Leo and 
Hector Richard] [For voice and piano] 
© John W. Gerstenberger, Oelwein, la. ; 
23Jan50; EP44058. 

My little pals everyday; words and 

music by Jack Gerstenberger. arr. 

by Leo and Hector Richard. © John 

W. Gerstenberger Oelwein, la. ; 

23Jan50; EP44059. 
My little pals have now gone away; words 

and music by Jack Gerstenberger, arr. 

by Leo and Hector Richard. © John W. 

Gerstenberger, Oelwein, la. ; 23Jan50; 

EP44080. 

GERSTER, OTTMAR. 1897- 

*Kleine Muslk zu festlichem Tag; fur drei 
Violinen in der ersten Lage, von Ottmar 
Gerster. (Edition Schott. 4113) [Parts: 
3 violins] © Schott & Co. . ltd. , Mainz; 
llApr50; EFO-3224. 
Schott's Chorbuch. SEE Schott's 
Chorbuch. 



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T 



GEVELS, FRANZ, 1888- 
Le chant du welfare. SEE Deblocq, 
Gustave. 

GEY. VICTOR, 1903- 
La rumba dans tes bras. SEE 
Deant, Pedro. 

GIACOBETTI, GIOVANNI. 1922- 
La canzone del postino. SEE Segurini, 

Nello. 
Dillo, se mi vuoi ben! SEE Armand, 
Gianni. 

GIAMMONA. S 

Sempre con te; ritmo lento, parole di 
Glorioso, musica di S. Giammona, 
arrang. di V. Cerrai. Roma, Edizioni 
musical! A.I. D. A. (With Conti. G. B. 
Frenetico boogie) [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 3C>ct49; EFO-1089. 

Vieni anche tu; ritmo lento, parole di 
Glorioso, musica di S. Giammona, 
arranglamento di Vittono Cerrai. Roma, 
Peri. (With Lops, L. Picciol fior) 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words) © Italian Book Co. ; 
50ct49; EFO-1080. 

GIAMPIERI, ALAMIRO, 1893- 
♦Metodo progressivo per fagotto; [byj A. 
Giampieri. [For bassoon] © G. Ricordi 
fr C, Miiano; 22Dec49; EFO-3160. 

GIANGREGORIO, LAWRENCE DANTE. 
The rest will depend on you; lyric and 
music by Larry Gregory [pseud. ] 
© Broadcast Music, inc.. New York; 
19Dec49; EP43180. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 22Mar48, EU122083. 



SEE 



1912- 



GIANIPA, pseud. 
Palmieri/Gland Nicola. 

GIANNI, ENZO V. DI. 
SEE Piedigrotta di Gianni. 



GIBBS, ALFRED PERKS. 1890- 
Gospel hymns and choruses for young 
and old; compiled by Alfred P. Glbbs. 
Fort Dodge, Iowa, Walterick Print. Co. 
50? © Alfred P. Gibbs; no. 5, 28Apr50; 
AA153717. 

GIBBS, CECIL ARMSTRONG, 1889- 
As Lucy went a -walking; for two-part 
chorus of equal voices. Words by Walter 
De La Mare, music by C. Armstrong 
Gibbs. Op. 121 (1948) London, Curwen; 
New York, G. Schirmer, sole agents 
for U. S. A. [With piano ace. ] 3/- 
© C. Armstrong Gibbs; 30Dec49; 
EFO-1173. 
Hymn to Diana; for quartet or chorus of 
men's voices, T.T. B.B., [by] C. 
Armstrong Gibbs, [words by] Ben Jonson. 
London, J. Curwen, New York, G. Schir- 
mer, sole agents for U.S.A. (Curwen 
edition, 50804) [With piano reduction] 6d 
© C. Armstrong Gibbs; 16Dec49; 
EFO-979. 
Hvpochondriacus; [by] C. Armstrong Gibbs, 
[words by] Charles Lamb. [London, J. 
Curwen; New York, G. Schirmer, sole 
agents for U. S. A. \ (Curwen edition, 
2567) 2/6 © C. Armstrong Gibbs; 
21Dec49; EF0-1068. 
A laughing tune. SEE HIS 

Pieces, violoncello & piano, op. 121. 
(Pieces, violoncello & piano, op. 121) 
She loves me not; [from] Three pieces, 
[by] C. Armstrong Gibbs. Op. 121, 
no. 1. [Score ana part] 2/6 © Augener 
ltd., London; 27Feb50; EFO-2360. 
(Pieces, violoncello & piano, op. 121) 
Nocturne; [from] Three pieces, [by] 
C. Armstrong Gibbs. Op. 121, no. 2. 
[Score and part] 2/6 © Augener ltd. , 
London; 27Feb50; EFO-2361. 
(Pieces, violoncello & piano, op. 121) 
A laughing tune; [from] Three pieces, [by] 
C. Armstrong Gibbs. Op. 121, no. 3. 
[Score and part] 2/6 © Augener ltd. , 
London; 27Feb50; EFO-2362. 



She loves me not. SEE HIS 
Pieces, violoncello & piano, op. 121. 

GIBILARO, ALFONSO, 1888- 
Alba e tramonto; ninna nanna. Sunrise to 
sunset; lullaby. English words by 
Josephine Anderson, Italian words by 
Franca Lenardon 4 A. Gibilaro, music by 
Alfonso Glbilaro. 2/- ©Francis, Day 4 
Hunter, ltd., London; 9May50; EF0-3407. 

GIBSON, ALBERT. 
The huckle-buck; by Andy Gibson. A Hal 
Leonard arrangement. [Winona, Minn., 
H. Leonard Music] [Parts: band] 
$1. 25 © on arrangement; United Music 
Corp.; 25Nov49; EP44020. 

GIBSON. ARBIE. 
Letters have no arms. SEE Tubb. 
Ernest. 

GIBSON, CLELL. 
I've got those lost baby blues; words 4 
music by Clell Gibson. [Technical 
editing by Kirby Johnson] Indianapolis, 
Crossroads Music Publishers. © Clell 
Gibson; 10May50; EP46266. 

GIBSON, DANA, 1920- 
The big go by; lyric by Hal Levy, music 
by Dana Gibson. © Stuart Music, inc.. 
New York; 20Jan50 (in notice: 1949); 
EP43738. Appl. states prev. reg. 
8Jun49; EU169690. 

GIBSON, EZEKEIL. 
I claim Jesus first and that's enough 
for me. SEE Ruffner, Elmer. 

GIBSON, PAUL WHITE, 1884- 

Men of Slwash; march [by] Paul W. 
Gibson. [Parts: band] © Paul W. Gibson; 
4May50; EP47133. 

GIBSON, STEVE, 1915- 
Palace of stone. SEE Springs, James. 

GIBSON. THEODORE WHIDDEN. 1893- 
Re union; [by] T. W. Gibson. [Close 
score: SATB] © Theodore Whldden 
Gibson; 10Jun50; EP47290. 

GIEROW, KARL RAGNAR. 
Sommar dansen, och andra visor. 
SEE Lemhagen, Emil. 

GIESBERT. FRANZ JULIUS, 1896- 
Deutsche Tfinze. SEE Haydn. Joseph. 
Kleine StOcke. SEE Mozart, J. C. W. A. 

Pariser Tanzbuch. SEE Attaingnant, 
Pierre. 

GIFFIN, AMY CLARE. 
O magnum mysterium. SEE Victoria. 
T. L. de. 

GIL. ALFREDO. 
Ni que sf, ni quiza, ni que n6; bolero, 
letra y musica de Alfredo Gil, orquesta- 
cidn de E. Tafoya. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 27Feb50; 
EFO-1931. 



GIL. JEStfs MARTINEZ. 
Martfnes Gil, Jesus. 



SEE 



GILBERT, HAZEL MILDRED. 1891- 
Columbia march; by Hazel M. Gilbert. 
Orlando, Fla. , Hazelees. [For piano] 
50£ © Hazel M. Gilbert; 15Dec49; 
EP44286. 

Floridian march; by Hazel M. Gilbert. 
Orlando. Fla. . Hazelees. [For pianol 
50? © Hazel M. Gilbert; 15Dec49; 
EP44284. 

Love's happiness; words and music by 
Hazel M. Gilbert. Orlando. Fla. . 
Hazelees. 50<! © Hazel M. Gilbert; 
15Jan50; EP44285. 



New march album; for piano, by Hazel 
M. Gilbert. Orlando, Fla. . Hazelees. 
$1 © on arrangement; Hazel Mildred 
Gilbert (in notice: Hazelees); 26Dec49; 
EP44287. 

GILBERT, J RICHARD, 1914- 

St. Francis' prayer; [by] J. Richard 
Gilbert, [words] adapted from Prayer 
of St. Francis of Assisl. (Gurley choral 
library, G-300) [Score: baritone, 
chorus (SAB) and piano] 20? © Gurley 
Music Co., inc., Utica, N. Y. ; 
25May50; EP46807. 

GILBERT. JOSEPH GEORGE. 1893- 
Oh tell me gypsy. SEE Pugatsch. L. 
One little smile. SEE Sadler, Ruth. 

What a lovely dream I'm having. SEE 
Sadler. Ruth. 

GILBERT, LOUIS WOLFE, 1886- 
Marta, rambling rose of the wild wood. 
SEE Simon Rodriguez, Moises. 

GILBERT, RAY. 1912- 
Ca-room' pa pa. SEE HIS 

Nancy goes to Rio. 
Due silhouettes. SEE Wolcott, Charles. 

Make mine music. 
Love .s like this. SEE Vianna, A. 

Nancy goes to Rio. 
(Nancy goes to Rio) Ca-room' pa pa; 
[from] the picture, Nancy goes to Rio, 
based on the melody of Baiao by Luis 
Gonsaga and Humberto Teizeira, words 
and music by Ray Gilbert. New York. 
Robblns Music Corp. C Loew's, inc. ; 
30Dec49; EP45092. 
(Nancy goes to Rio) Yipsee-i-o; [from] 
Nancy goes to Rio, words and music by 
Ray Gilbert. New York, Robbins Music 
Corp. ©Loew's, inc.; 27Dec49; 
EP43183. 

II vascello blu. SEE Wirtshafter, J. H. 
Make mine music. 

Yipsee-i-o. SEE HIS 
Nancy goes to Rio. 

GILBERT. ROBERT. 
Ich hab's gern mitten in der Nacht. 
SEE Stolz. Robert. 

GILBERT, SIR WILLIAM SCHWENCK. 
1836-1911": 

The gondoliers. SEE Sullivan. Sir A. S. 
In friendship's name. SEE Sullivan, Sir 

A. S. Iolanthe. 
Iolanthe. SEE Sullivan, §ir A. S. 
The Mikado. SEE Sullivan. Sir A. S. 

Patience. SEE Sullivan, jiir A. S. 

The pirates of Penzance. SEE 

Sullivan, Sir A. S. 
Ruddigore. SEE Sullivan, Sir A. S. 

See how the fates their gifts allot. SEE 

Sullivan, Sir A. S. The Mikado. 
This is my joy-day unalloyed. SEE Sullivan, 

Sir A. S. The yeomen of the guard. 
Vocal gems. SEE Sullivan, Sir A. S. 

Iolanthe. 
The world of Gilbert and Sullivan. SEE 

Darlington. W. A. 
The yeomen of the guard. SEE 

Sullivan, Sir A. S. 

GILBUENA, JAY FRANCISCO, 1914- 
Florida. SEE Hancock, M. L. 
Frolics 1950. 

GILDERSLEEVE, GLENN, 1894- 
On wings of song. SEE Hood, M. V. 

GILKYSON, HAMILTON. 
The cry of the wild goose; words and 
music by Terry Gil ky son. 35£ 
© American Music, inc. , Hollywood, 
Calif. ; 23Aug49; EP44383. 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



GILL. JACK. 
Jack Gill's basta; [piano -och drag- 
spelsalbum] [For piano or accordion] 
3:50 © Sonora musikforiags ab. Stock- 
holm; Uan45; EF15221. 
Jack Gill's och Ivan Thelme's senaste; 
10 kulturella och moderna melodier. 
[By Jack Gill and Ivan Thelme, pseud. ] 
[For piano or accordion] 3:50 © Sonora 
musikfOrlags ab. , Stockholm; Uan46; 
EF15223. 

Ohio strutters; novelty- foxtrot, musik: 
Jack Gill. (In SJu-stujarnan. p. [2-3]) 
[For piano or accordion* with chord 
symbols] © Schlager-f&rlaget, Stockholm; 
lDec48; EFO-1999. 
SpelmansfrOjd. SEE Mattes, Wilheim. 
Valsa me' mej; vals. for orkester, musik 
och arrangemang: Jack Gill. [Parts: 
orchestra] © on arrangement; Karl 
Gronstedts musikfdriag, Stockholm; 
lDec49; EFO-2566. 
Valsa me' mej! Vals, musik: Jack Gill, 
text: Lennart Ingarud. (Med dragspelet i 
hogsltet, 4) [For accordion or piano; 
with words) Kr. 2:- © Karl Gronstedts 
muaikfOrlag, Stockholm; lDec49; 
EFO-2618. 

GILL, ROBERT. 
The cycling chimp. SEE Pagan. Bobby. 

Dawn fantasy. SEE Yorke, Peter. 

GILLAR, MAC, pseud . SEE 
Panzuti, Virgillo, 1&19- 

GILLES. VICTOR. 
Aroigo Rodriguez; paso-doble, [by] Victor 
Gilles & Ch. Lemeunier. [Piano-conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Editions znusicales Ch. Lemeunier, 
Cannes, France; 28Dec49; EFO-1651. 

GILLESPIE, HAVEN. 
Beautiful. SEE Shay, Larry. 
God's country. SEE Smith, Beasley. 

GILLETTE, JAMES ROBERT, 1886- 
If Thou be near. SEE Bach, J. S. 

GILLILAND, LEONA DODDS, 1917- 
No other name. SEE Starrett, L. J. 

GILLIS, DON, 1912- 

* (Sonatina, 4 trumpets, no. 2) Sonatina 
no. 2; for B flat trumpet quartet, by 
Don Gillis. [Score and parts] $5 
© Boosey k Hawkes, inc. , New York; 
19May50; EP46773. 

GILLOCK, WILLIAM LAWSON, 1917- 
Won't somebody call me darling? Music 
by William L. Gillock, and lyrics [by] 
James P. Shea. © James Patrick Shea, 
New Orleans; 28Jan50; EP43868. 

GILMORE. PATRICK SARSFIELD. 
Irish Orpheus. SEE Darlington, Marwood. 

GILSON. PAUL. 1865-1942. 
Andante religieux et triomphal; [by] Paul 
Gilson, rev. J. Blangenois. (Aurore, 
no. 129) [Condensed score: band] © A. 
Cranz, d. b.a. Editions A. Cranz, 
Bruxelles; 15Nov49 : EFO-1205. 

Capriccio-fantaisie; [by] Paul Gilson, 
instrumentation par J. Banon [pseud. ] 
(Aurore, 206) [Condensed score: band] 
©A. Cranz, d.b.a. Editions A. Cranz, 
Bruxelles; 15Nov49; EFO-1201. 

Laus sum ma patri; marche de procession, 
[by] Paul Gilson, rev. J. Blangenois. 
(Aurore. 130) [Condensed score: band) 
©A. Cranz. d.b.a. Editions A. Cranz, 
Bruxelles; 15Nov49; EFO-1211. 

Marche panegyrique; [by] Paul Gilson. 
(Aurore, 201) [Condensed score: band] 
©A. Cranz, d.b.a. Editions A. Cranz, 
Bruxelles; 15Nov49 ; EFO-1208. 

Menem; allegro militaire. [by] Paul 
Gilson, rev. J. Blangenois. (Aurore, 
200) [Condensed, score: band] © A. 
Cranz, d.b.a. Editions A. Cranz, 
Bruxelles; 15Nov49; EFO-1202. 

904383 O - 50 - 7 



Notenleer; [by] Paul Gilson, volledige 
leergang voor het muzieklezen en-zingen, 
in 9 delen: G (Sol)-sleutel, zonder 
begeleidlng. [1] frank ©A. Cranz, d.b.a. 
Editions A. Cranz, Bruxelles; boek 1, 
15Nov49; EF0-1010. 

Une guitare pleure. SEE Saint-Paul, 
Jean. 

GIMMF,, JEAN, pseud. SEE 
Guarino, Glan Mario, 1908- 

GIORGIO, M. DE. 
Si' ttu. SEE Marano, G. 

GIOVANNINI. GIOVANNI, 1915- 
Notturno d'amore. SEE Mascheroni, 
Vittorio. Sogno di una notte di questa 
estate. 



GIRALT. JOSfe GONZALEZ. 
Gonzalez Glralt, Jose. 



SEE 



GIRAUD, HUBERT. 

Aimer comme je t'aime; paroles de Roger 
Lucchesi, musique de Hubert Giraud. 
© Societe d' editions musicales Inter- 
nationales, Paris; 15 Mar 50; EFO-2919. 

Le petit cireur noir. SEE Lucchesi, 

R. A. 
Pedro Gomez; samba, paroles de Roger 

Lucchesi, musique de Hubert Giraud. 

© Societe* d' Editions musicales inter - 

nationales. Paris; 15Mar50; EFO-2912. 

GIRVIN, ETHEL KREIDER, 1900- 
I can television when I see one! Lyric and 
music by Ethel Glrvin. © Princess 
Publications, Hollywood, Calif. ; 6Mar50; 
EP45252. Appl. states prev. reg. 
27Apr49, EU165360. 



pseud . 
le, GIs! 



LaFleche, Gisele. 

G1UBRA. 
Amore, non parlar. SEE Minguel. 

II destino sei tu. SEE Pareto, A. 

GIUBRA, pseud . SEE 
Brancolini, Giuseppe, 1896- 

rGIUFFRE', GAETANO] 1918- 
C'e un canto nell'aria; valzer moderato, 
parole di U. Bertini, musica di Strom - 
boll [pseud. ] [Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Edizioni melodi, Milano; 10May50; 
EF0-3524. 

GLADDEN, WASHINGTON, 1836-1918. 

O Master, let me walk with Thee. 
SEE Smith, H. P. 

Dis-moi, berger; paroles de Jacques 
Plant e, musique de Norbert Glanzberg. 
© Les Nouvelles Editions Meridian, 
Paris; 15Mar50; EF0-2917. 

II fait bon t* aimer; valse, paroles de 
Jacques Plante, musique de Norbert 
Glanzberg. © Les Nouvelles Editions 
Meridian, Paris; 15Feb50; EFO-2864. 

Les maris, les papas, et les chats! 
Ding-dong samba. Paroles de M. 
Philippe-Gerard [pseud. ] fc Eddy Marnay 
[pseud. ], musique de Norbert Glanzberg. 
© Philippe -Gerard. Eddy Marnay & 
Norbert Glanzberg; 26Dec49; EFO-2397. 

GLARUM, LEONARD STANLEY, 1908- 
O be joyful; for a capella chorus of mixed 
voices. Music by L. Stanley Glarum, 
text from Psalm 100. 20? © Carl Fischer, 
inc. ; New York; 3May50; EP46247. 

GLASER, VICTORIA MERRYLEES. 
Canzone d'i zampognari: , Song of the 
bagpipers; for four -part chorus of 
women's voices, a cappella, Italian 
folk-song, arr. by Victoria Glaser, 
English version by V. G. (Choral music, 
no. 1973) 180 © on arrangement; E. C. 
Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 6May50; 
EP47558. 



GLASS, ELEANOR. 
Just this side of heaven; words by Stephanie 
Prescowicz, music by Eleanor Glass, 
arrangement by Harry Walton. © United 
Music, inc., Pittsburgh; lDec49; 
EP43263. 

GLASS, JAY. 
Red lips and red wine. SEE Benedict, 
Ernest. 

GLASS. MARY LYNN, 1900- 
Ecusta. SEE Eversman, J. D. 



GLASS, PAUL. 
Five instrumental pieces. 
Handel, G. F. 



SEE 



GLAZER, FRANK. 
Sonata. SEE Kubik, Gail. Sonata, 
piano. 

GLEASON, HAROLD. 

•Music in the Baroque. Rochester, N. Y. , 

Sole selling agent, Levis Music Stores. 

157 p. (In his Music literature outlines, 

ser. 2) © Harold Gleason; 17Jan50; 

A40407. 

GLEERUP, GOSTA. 
Rikstrubadurernas marsch; musiken 
komponerad av GOsta Gleerup, text: 
E. M. Yrgard [and] GOsta Gleerup, 
arrangemang: John Hult. 2:25 © A. b. 
Nordiska musikfOrlaget, -Stockholm; 
9Dec49; EF0-2251. 

GLEESON, HORACE. 
Three shamrock leaves; words by William 
Talnsh, music by Horace Gleeson. 3/- 
© Chappell & Co., ltd., London; 6 Mar 50; 
EFO-2926. 

GLEICHMANN. WILLIAM LEE, 1917- 
Fantasy- impromptu. SEE Chopin, F. F. 

Fantasy-impromptu piano op. 66. 
Gold and silver waltz. SEE Lehar, 

Ferenc. 

GLEN, ALEC. 
You are music; song, words by Con 
Bryan, music by Alec Glen. 2/- 
© Edward Cox Music Co. , ltd. , London; 
24Mar50; EFO-2643. 

GLENN, F. L. 
What a man! SEE Kellar, F. B. 

GLENN. MABELLE. 1881- 
Singing and rhyming. SEE Pitts, L. B. 
Singing on our way. SEE Pitts, L. B. 

GLENN, NEAL EDWIN, 1910- 
Theory and practice in music education; 
[by] Neal E. Glenn. Athens, Ohio, 
Ohio University. © Neal Edwin Glenn; 
10Feb50; AA147316. 

GLENREIGH. NOEL. 1900- 
Don't give Killarney the new look. SEE 
Scott-Allen, John. 

GUCKMAN, FRED. 
(Singing guns) Mule train; [from the] 
picture Singing guns, by Johnny Lange, 
Hy Heath [and] Fred Glickman. [For 
voice and piano, with ukulele diagrams 
and chord symbols] © Walt Disney Music 
Co., Burbank, Calif. ; 280ct49; EP46072. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 170ct49, 
EU182071. 

GLINSKI, MATTEO, 1892- 
Inno alia Patria. SEE Chopin. F. F. 
Omaggio a Bellini. SEE Chopin, F. F. 

GLORIOSO, SALVATORE 
La bella Freghero. SEE Calzelli, A. 
Chi t' o ffa fa'. SEE Bianco. 
Ecci* . . eccia. SEE Bianco. 
Foresta argentine. SEE Bianco. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



GLORIOSO. SALVATORE. Cont'd. 
Manarb. . . mbl-mbb. SEE Bianco. 
Non e' vero! SEE Bianco. 
Non sei tu. SEE Cornell. 
Per vederti felice. SEE Bianco. 
Ritorno. SEE Biemme. 
Sempre con te. SEE Giammona, S. 
Solo tu. . . mi sai baciare. SEE 

Boccati, G. 
Torno a te. SEE Calzelli, A. 
Vieni anche tu. SEE Giammona, S. 

GLOVER, CHARLES W 
(The daughter of Rosie O 'Grady) The Rose 
of Tralee; words by C. Mordaunt Spencer, 
music by Charles W. Glover, [edited by 
Douglas MacLean, pseud. . from] The 
daughter of Rosie O'Grady. 50? © on 
arrangement; Remick Music Corp. , New 
York; lFebSO; EP44150. 

GLOVER, DAVID CARR, Jr. 

The blue tea cup; piano solo by David Carr 
Glover. 30£ © Schroeder & Gunther, 
inc., Rhinebeck, N. Y. ; 28Feb50; 
EP44560. 

The frisky filly; piano solo, by David Carr 
Glover, Jr. 30C © Schroeder & Gunther, 
inc., Rhinebeck, N. Y ; 5Feb50; 
EP44154. 

Slightly boogie; piano solo, by David Carr 
Glover, Jr. 30C © Schroeder 4 Gunther, 
inc., Rhinebeck, N. Y.;6Feb50; 
EP44155. 



GLOVER, ELLEN J. 
In speechless prayer and reverence. 
Urhan, Chretien. 



SEE 



GLOVER, JOE. 
The Trommer polka. SEE Bartels, 
P. F. F. 

GLOYNE. HOWARD FRANKLIN. 
•Carl A- Preyer; the life of a Kansas 

musician. [Lawrence, Kan., Preyer 

Memorial Committee] 99 p. illus. 

© Howard Franklin Gloyne; 31Dec49; 

A41327. 

GLUCK, CHRISTOPH WILLIBALD, Ritter 

von, 1714-1787. 

Love divine; anthem for four-part chorus 
of m'xed voices, a cappella, [by] C. W. 
von Gluck, arr. by Leon F. Brown, 
[words by] Charries Wesley. (Octavo 
church music, 2741) 18£ © on arrange- 
ment & English text; The Boston Music 
Co., Boston; 16Jan50; EP43958. 

GLUCK, JOHN. 
I'm gonna tie a little string around your 

finger; words and music by John Gluck. 

© Peer International Corp. , New York; 

7Feb50; EP44565. 
Raindrops and teardrops; words and music 

by John Gluck. © Peer International 

Corp., New York; 29Dec49; EP44575. 

[GLUCKSMAN, ERWIN] 
Ukulele hits; with words and music, 
specially arr. hits for the ukulele in 
simplified form, [compiled and arr. by 
Erwin Glucksman] 75? © on compilation 
fc arrangements; Santly-Joy, inc.. 
New York; 16Jun50; EP47334. 

GLYNN, BETTY B. , 1918- 

A media lux. SEE Donato. 

Accordion boogie; words and music, 
[arrangement and instruction] by Betty 
Glynn [of] the Oahu staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 35X) 
© on arrangement k instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 10Apr50; EP46730. 

Accordion waltz; words and music by 
Betty Glynn, arr. by the Oahu Staff. 
(Oahu modern piano accordion course, 
[lesson] IX) © Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
25Jan50; EP44026. 
Aloha oe. SEE Liliuokalani, Queen 
of Hawaii. 



Aloha sweetheart. SEE Kaaihue, 

Norman. 
Auld lang syne; Scotch air, [arrangement 
and instruction] by [Betty B. Glynn of] 
the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano accor- 
dion course, [lesson] 25X) (With her Du, 
du, liegst mir im Herzen) © on arrange- 
ment & instruction; lMar50; Oahu Pub. 
Co. , Cleveland; EP44679. 
The barnyard polka. SEE Hanna, Rudolf. 
Be happy waltz. SEE Muliolis, Al. 
A bicycle built for two. SEE Dacre. 

Harry. 
Boogie woogle swing; words and music, 
[arrangement and instruction] by Betty 
Glynn [of] the Oahu staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 37X) 
© on arrangement 4 instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 24Apr50; EP46732. 
Brahms' Waltz. SEE Brahms, 
Johannes. Waltz, piano 4 hands, op. 39, 
no. 15. 

Bury me out on the prairie; cowboy song, 
[arrangement and instruction] by [Betty 
B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu mod- 
ern piano accordion course, [lesson] 14X) 
[With words] © on arrangement fc instruc- 
tion; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 25Jan50; 
EP44039. 
The carnival of Venice; Italian melody, 
lyric, [arrangement and instruction] by 
Betty Glynn [of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu 
modern piano accordion course, [lesson] 
6X) © on arrangement & instruction; 
Oahu Pub Co., Cleveland; 25Jan50; 
EP44031. 
Chimes boogie; music by Betty Glynn, arr. 
by the Oahu Staff. (Oahu advanced har- 
mony note course for Hawaiian and elec - 
trie guitar, [lesson] 76PT) © Oahu Pub. 
Co., Cleveland; 26Nov49; EP43487. 
Cielito Undo. SEE Fernandez, Carlo. 
Come to me waltz. SEE Muliolis, Al. 
Comrades; [arr. by Betty B. GlynnJ 
(Oahu modern note method for electric 
and Hawaiian guitars, [lesson] 31PN) 
[With words] © on arrangement; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 30Dec48; EP43495. 
The cuckoo song; words and music by 
Betty Glynn, arr. by the Oahu Staff. 
(Oahu modern piano accordion course, 
[lesson] 2X) © Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 
25Jan50; EP44027. 
Dear Evelina; [arrangement and instruction 
by Betty B. Glynn] (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 22X) ( With 
her St. Paul waltz) © on arrangement* 
instruction; Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 
17Feb50; EP44676. 
The donkey song; a round, [arrangement 
and instruction by Betty B . Glynn] 
(Oahu modern piano accordion course, 
[lesson] 21X) (With Fernandez, Carlo. 
Cielito Undo) © on arrangement t in- 
struction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
10Feb50; EP44675. 
Dorothy polka; Slovenian polka, lyric, 
[arrangement and instruction] by Betty 
Glynn [of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 11X) 
© on arrangement & instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 25Jan50; EP44036. 
Down the moonlight trail of love. SEE 

Searles, Mort. 
Du, du, liegst mir im Herzen; German 
song, [arrangement and instruction] by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu 
modern piano accordion course, [lesson] 
25X) © on arrangement fc instruction; 
Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; lMar50; 
EPMG79. 
Estudiantina waltz. SEE Waldteufel, Emil. 

For he's a jolly good fellow; [arrangement 
and instruction] by [Betty B. Glynn of] 
the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 5X) [With 
words] © on arrangement fc instruction; 
Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 25Jan50; 
EP44030. 



FranJde and Johnny boogie; [arrangement 
and instruction] by [Betty Glynn of] the 
Oahu staff. (Oahu modern piano accor- 
dion course, [lesson] 36X) [With words] 
© on arrangement 4 instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 24Apr50; EP46731. 

The Gal way piper; [arrangement and in- 
struction by Betty B. Glynn] (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 25X) 
(With her Du, du, liegst mir im Herzen) 
© on arrangement fc instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; lMar50; EP44679. 

Goin' home. SEE Dvorak, Antonfn. 
Symphony, no. 5. 

Helena polka; Slovenian polka*; lyric, 
[arrangement and instruction] by Betty 
Glynn [of] the Oahu staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [Lesson] 39X) 
© on arrangement, instruction & words; 
Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 26Apr50; 
EP46734. 

Hilo march; special arrangement [and 
instruction by Betty B. Glynn] (Oahu 
advanced harmony note course for 
Hawaiian and electric guitar, [lesson] 
68PT) © on arrangement & instruction; 
Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 8Jul49; 
EP43477. 

Home on the range; arr. by [Betty B~.~ Glynn 
of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern note 
method for electric and Hawaiian guitars, 
[lesson] 40PN) © on arrangement; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 28Dec49; EP44042. 

Home on the range; cowboy song, arr. by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] th- Oahu Staff. 
(Oahu E-Z method, [lesson] 1EZ) 
[With words] © on arrangement; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 18Nov49; EP43490. 

Home, sweet home. SEE Bishop, 
Sir H. R. 

Honolulu, my island home. SEE 

Hoapili, Alex. 
Honolulu sweetheart of mine. SEE 

Stanley, Eugene. 
Hula hula swing; words and music by Betty 
Glynn, arr. by the Oahu Staff. (Oahu ad- 
vanced harmony note course for Hawaiian 
and electric guitar, [lesson] 71PT) 
© Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 9Nov49; 
EP43492. 
Hula lady; lyric by M. Taylor, music 
[and instruction] by B Glynn, arr. by 
the Oahu Staff. (Oahu diagram method 
for Hawaiian guitar, [lesson] 5B) (With 
her Native guitars) © on instruction, 
Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 16Jun49; 
EP43474 
Hula lullabies. SEE Searles, Mort. 
Juanita; Spanish song, [arrangement and 
instruction] by [Betty B. Glynn of] the 
Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano accordion 
course, [lesson] 23X) © on arrangement 
& instruction; Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 
24Feb50; EP44677. 
The Kerry dance; Irish tune, lyric by Ted 
Matheson, [arrangement and instruction] 
by [Betty Glynn of] the Oahu staff. 
(Oahu modern piano accordion course, 
[lesson] 43X) © on arrangement fc 
instruction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
5May50; EP46738. 
Kohala march; [arrangement and instruc - 
tion by Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. 
(Oahu advanced harmony note course for 
Hawaiian and electric guitar, [lesson] 
79PT) © on arrangement & instruction; 
Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 7Dec49; 
EP43486. 
Leaning on the everlasting arms; sacred 
song, [arrangement and instruction] by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu 
modern note method for electric and 
Hawaiian guitars, [lesson] 45[a]PN) © on 
arrangement & instruction; Oahu Pub. 
Co., Cleveland; 8Jul49; EP43493. 
Lightly row; German folk song, [arrange- 
ment and instruction] by [Betty B. Glynn 
of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 4X) (With 
Dvorak, Antonfn. (Symphony, no. 5) Goin' 
home) [With words] © on arrangement & 
instruction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
25Jan50; EP44029. 



90 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



Mahina waltz; [instruction and arrangement] 
by [Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu staff. 
(Oahu diagram method for Hawaiian 
guitar, (lesson] 14B) [With words] 
© on instruction & arrangement; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 17Apr50; EP46713. 
Mai poina oe ia'u; [arrangement and in- 
struction by Betty B. Glynn] (Oahu mod- 
ern note method for electric and Hawaiian 
guitars, [lesson] 26PN) [English and 
Hawaiian words] © on arrangement fr in- 
struction; Oahu Pub. Co.. Cleveland; 
26Aug49; EP43482. 
The man on the flying trmpeze; arr. by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. 
(Oahu "rhythm style'* note course for 
plectrum guitar (octave notation) [lesson] 
13[a]PG) [With words] © on arrange- 
ment; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
30Dec48; EP43480. 
Mauna Kea; lyric by Mrs. M. Fernandez, 
[instruction and arrangement] by 
[Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu staff. 
(Oahu diagram method for Hawaiian 
guitar, [lesson] 52B) © on instruction 
k arrangement; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleve- 
land; 6Apr50; EP46719. 

Mikimiki. SEE King, C. E. 
My Honolulu hula girl. SEE Cunha, 
Sonny. 

Napua. SEE Woodd, Napua. 
Native guitars; lyric by M. Taylor, music 
[and instruction] by B. Glynn, arr. by the 
Oahu Staff. (Oahu diagram method for 
Hawaiian guitar, [lesson] 5B) © on in- 
struction; Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 
16Jun49; EP43474. 

O sole mio. SEE Capua, Eduardo di. 

Oh, Marie. SEE Capua, Eduardo di. 

On the beach at Kailua. SEE Kaaihue, 
Norman. 

Over the waves. SEE Rosas, Juventino. 
Sobre las olas. 

Polish dance; [arrangement and instruc- 
tion by Betty B. Glynn] (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 23X) 
( With her Juanita) © on arrangement t 
instruction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
24Feb50; EP44677. 

Polish march. Pojedz gdzie ja jade, [ar- 
rangement and instruction by Betty B. 
Glynn] (Oahu modern piano accordion 
course, [lesson] 16X) (With Dacre, 
Harry. A bicycle built for two) © on 
arrangement & instruction; Oahu Pub. 
Co. , Cleveland; 24Jan50; EP44680. 

Polka medley; [arrangement and instruc- 
tion] by [Betty B . Glynn of] the Oahu 
Staff. (Oahu modern piano accordion 
course, [lesson] 2 OX) © on arrangement 
fc Instruction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
6Feb50; EP44674. 

Polly wolly doodle; simplified [arrange- 
ment and instruction] by [Betty B. Glynn 
of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 17X) © on 
arrangement & instruction; Oahu Pub. Co., 
Cleveland; 24Jan50; EP44671. 

Rose Ann waltz; Bohemian waltz, lyrics by 
Dorothy Swank, [arrangement and in- 
struction] by [Betty B. Glynn of] the 
Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano accordion 
course, [lesson] 13X) © on arrangement 
4t Instruction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
25Jan50; EP44038. 

St. Paul waltz; lyric by Ted Matheson, 
[arrangement and instruction] by [Betty 
B . Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 22X) 
© on arrangement fc instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 17Feb50; EP44676. 

Schubert's Serenade. SEE Schubert, 
F. P. 

Sing me a love song. SEE Lemare, E. H. 

Sing me The rosary. SEE Klickmann, F. H. 

Skater's waltz. SEE Waldteufel, Emil. 

Song fest; Bohemian waltz, [arrangement 
and instruction] by [Betty B . Glynn of] 
the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 18X) © on 
arrangement & instruction; Oahu Pub. 
Co., Cleveland; 28Jan50; EP44673. 



La spagnola. SEE Chiara, Vincenzo di. 

Spanish fandango; lyric by Dorothy Swank, 
[arrangement and instruction] by [Betty 
Glynn of] the Oahu staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 34X) 
© on arrangement, instruction fc lyrics; 
Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 10Apr50; 
EP46729. 

Spring polka. SEE Muliolis, Al. 

Swanee River. SEE Foster, S. C. 

Sweet hour of prayer; sacred song, [ar- 
rangement and instruction] by [Betty B. 
Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 7X) 
[With words] © on arrangement 4 in- 
struction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
25Jan50; EP44032. 

Swing waltz; a simplified German tune, 
(arrangement and instruction] by [Betty 
B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu mod- 
ern piano accordion course, [lesson] 3X) 
[With words] © on arrangement & in- 
struction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
25Jan50; EP44028. 

Teasing triplets; [arrangement and instruc- 
tion by Betty B. Glynn] (Oahu modern 
piano accordion course, [lesson] 23X) 
(With her Juanita) © on arrangement fc 
instruction; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
24Feb50; EP44677. 

Tesoro mio. SEE Becucci, E. 

Texas gal. SEE Kaaihue, Norman. 

There is a tavern in the town; [arrange- 
ment and instruction] by [Betty Glynn of] 
the Oahu staff. (Oahu modern piano 
accordion course, [lesson] 4 IX) [With 
words] © on arrangement fc instruction; 
Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; lMay50; 
EP46736. 

There's a blue circle 'round my heart. 
SEE Rader, Dolores. 

There's a rainbow forming. SEE Guinan, 

Joseph. 
Until today. SEE Reid, W. W. 

Whispering hope. SEE Winner, 
Septimus. 

You tell me your dream; [arr. ] by [Betty 
B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. (Oahu dia- 
gram method for Hawaiian guitar, [lesson] 
728) [With words] © on arrangement; 
Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 30ct49; 
EP43481. 

You tell me your dream; [instruction and 
arrangement] by [Betty B. Glynn of] the 
Oahu staff. (Oahu diagram method for 
Hawaiian guitar, [lesson] 28B) [With 
words] © on instruction & arrangement; 
Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 3Apr50; 
EP46714. 

GNAUCK, ULRICH, 1918- 
In Salvador; Samba. Text: Erich Schuitz, 
Musik: Uli Gnauck. (In Drei neue Samba- 
Schlager. p. [4-5]) ©Tapriccio- Musik - 
verlag G. m. b. H. . Berlin; 1Nov49; 
EFO-1831. 

GODARD, BENJAMIN LOUIS PAUL, 1849- 
1895. 

(Jocelyn) Berceuse; from the opera Jocelyn, 
[by] Godard. Piano solo arr. by King Pal- 
mer. 2/- © on arrangement; Wm. 
Paxtonfc Co., ltd., London; 14Feb50 
(in notice: 1949); EFO-2881. 
A summer day. Chanson de Florian. [By] 
Godard, arr. by Henry Geehl. [English 
words by Doris Rowley] (Vocal trios, 
no. 40) [Score: chorus (SSA) and piano] 
4d © on English words; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London; 9May50; EFO-3151. 

GODINI, ANTIGONO, 1901- 
Coraggio, par la pure; canzone, musica 
di A. Godini, parole di A. Natili. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © C arisen, s. a. , 
Milano; 20Feb50; EFO-2191. 
Guardando Roma; valser, musica di A. 
Godini, parole di A. Natili. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Odeon, s. a. , Milano; 
20Feb50; EFO-2195. 



Sposo la liberta; sambp, musica di A. 
Godini, parole di A. Natili. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] ©Odeon, s.a.. Milano; 
20Feb50; EF0-2197. 

GOEHR, WALTER. 
(Stop press girl) Past ore lla; the theme 
music from the film Stop press girl, 
[by] Walter Goehr. [For piano] 2/- 
© Arcadia Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , London; 
28Nov49; EFO-2964. 

GOHRE. HANS, 1924- 
Das Wundertheater. SEE Henze, H. W. 

GOELL, KERMIT, 1915- 
Bolero. SEE Durand, P. J. 

Latin Quarter. 
Close your pretty eyes. SEE 

Buxeuil, Rene de. 

GORANSSON, WILHELM. 
SEE Pianolyrik. 

GOERING, AL 
Heads you do and tails you don't; words 
and music by Lottie Wells, Maurice Wells 
and Al Goering. © Maurice O. Wells, 
d.b.a. Orten Music Co. , Chicago; 
lApr50; EP45918. 

GORLING, NATHAN. 
Valse Mimi; [by] Nathan GOrling, instru- 
menterad av Walter Lindbom. (Soare, 
303) [Piano -conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts] 2. 25 © Ab Nordiska musikfor- 
laget, Stockholm; 16Dec49; EF0-3270. 

GORLING, UNO. 

Si flr det om varen, ch6rie. SEE 

Degerman, Rolf. 
Stackars speleman. SEE Degerman, 

Rolf. 
SEE Sverige dansar och ler. 

GOERS, MARTIN JOHN, 1913- 
Christmas; [by Martin John Goers] 
[Hymn, with music] © Martin J. Goers; 
19Dec49; EP43216. 

G/teSEL, GERD. 
Skinnebussen; [by] Gerd G^ssei, illustra- 
tioner og omslagstegning af Egon 
Mathiesen. [For piano; in part with 
words] © Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
f or lag, K^benhavn; 9Jan50; EFO-3013. 

GdSTA BERTIL, pseud . SEE 
Sflvkranz, Bertil. 

GOETSCHIUS, MARJORIE, 1915- 
C'n I canoe you up the river? SEE 
Osser, Edna. 



GOETZ, ALBERT. 
I'm in the middle of a riddle. 
Winkler, Franz. 



SEE 



GOETZ, E. RAY, 1886- 
Who'll buy my violets? SEE Padilla, 
Jose. 

GOGNIAT, GEORGES AUGUST, 1890- 
Paree! Paree! SEE Lanzone, Mario. 

GOHIN, EUGfeNE JOSEPH, 1900- 
A la votre, a la notre. SEE Marcuse, 

Albrecht. 
La golondrina. SEE Serradell, Narciso. 
Malaguena mexicaine. SEE Krever, 

Malkiel. 
Petit cafe de Buenos-Aires. SEE 

Mores, Mariano. Cavetfn de Buenos 

Aires. 
La raspa. SEE Garcia, Nacho. 

Fiesta brava. 
Rumba-bianca. SEE Orefiche, Armando. 

GOLD; ARTHUR. 
Hoe down. SEE Copland, Aaron. 

Rodeo. 
Saturday night waltz. SEE Copland, 

Aaron. Rodeo. 



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GOLD, ERNEST, pseu d. SEE 
Goldner, Ernest, 1921- 

[GOLDBAUM. FRIEDRICHJ 1903- 
Manneken pis; paroles* Maurice Chevalier, 
musique Fred Freed (pseud ) © World 
music Co. . Bruxelles; lOct49; 
EFO-1439 
Meprise; paroles de Jacques-Charles, 
[pseud. ], musique de Fred Freed [pseud. ] 
et Paul Bonneau. © Rouart, Lerolle fc 
cie, Paris; 6Sep49; EFO-1320 
T'embrasser en dansant; rumba, paroles 
de Francois Llenas, musique de Fred 
Freed [pseud. ] © Les Nouvelles Editions 
Meridian, Paris; 15Mar50; EFO-2909. 

GOLDBERG. EUGENE. 
Come across. SEE Princeton University. 
Triangle Club Come across. 

GOLDBERG, WILLIAM B 1917- 

Prelude and toccata on four tones; for the 
piano, [by] William B. Goldberg. 60? 
© Paragon Music Publishers, New York; 
19Jun50; EP47332. 

GOLDEN. JACK. 
Beguine without a name. SEE Ros, 

Edmundo. 
An old song writer. SEE Cohen, M. A. 
Saturday night in Dublin; words and music 

by Tommie Connor and Jack Golden. 1/- 

© Campbell-Connelly, inc., London; 

18May50; EP46711. 
Song version of the Harry Lime theme. 

SEE Karas, Anton. The third man. 

GOLDEN, JO, 1898- 
Bagel the beagle; words by Murray Tannen 
[pseud. ], music by Jo Golden and Bert 
Tannen [pseud. ] [Melody and chord 
symbols, with words] © Jo Golden, 
Music Publisher, Brooklyn; HJan50; 
EP43539. 

GOLDENBERG. MORRIS. 1911- 

* Modern school for xylophone, marimba 

[and] vibraphone, by Morris Goldenberg, 
with the additions of excerpts for these 
instruments from orchestral works. 
$3 50 © Chappell & Co , inc , New 
York; 24Jan50; AA141219. 

GOLDFARB, ISRAEL. 

♦ Avodath Yisro-el. Avodat Y Israel le-yom 

ha-Shabot. Sabbath morning service for 
cantor, congregation and choir. [Text in 
Hebrew and In transliteration; Hebrew 
title transliterated] 130 p. © Israel 
Goldfarb, Brooklyn; 12Jul46; A38889. 

GOLDMAN, EDWIN FRANKO. 1878- 
Concert waltz; by Edwin Franko Goldman. 
[Arr. by Erik Leidzen] [Score (cornet 
k piano) and part] 750 © on arrangement; 
Theodore Presser Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 
5May50; EP46378. 

♦Ever-ready march; by Edwin Franko 
Goldman, [arr. by Erik Leidzen] 
[Condensed score (band) and parts] $1.75 
© on arrangement; Theodore Presser 
Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 31May50; 
EP46965. 

The golden rule; march, by Edwin Franko 
Goldman, [arr. by Erik Leidzen], with 
band show formation by Irving Cheyette. 
[Condensed score (band) and parts] $2.75 
© Sam Fox Pub. Co. , New York; 9May50; 
EP46045. 

•Introduction and tarantella; [by] Edwin 
Franko Goldman, arr. by Erik Leidzen. 
[Score (cornet and piano) and part] $1. 25 
© Mercury Music Corp. , New York; 
2lApr50; EP45724. 

♦Kentucky; march by Edwin Franko 
Goldman, [arr. by Erik Leidzen] 
[Condensed score (band) and parts] 
$1.75 © on arrangement; Theodore 
Presser Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 6Apr50; 
EP45481. 



GOLDMAN, MAURICE. 
Same train; Negro spiritual, arr. by 
Maurice Goldman. (Row octavo aeries, 
516) [Score: chorus (TTBB) and piano 
reduction] 16C © on arrangement; R. D. 
Row Music Co., Boston; 16 Mar 50; 
EP44888. 
Same train; Negro spiritual, arr. by 
Maurice Goldman. (Row octavo series, 
705) [Score: chorus (SATB) and piano 
reduction] 16£ © on arrangement; R. D. 
Row Music Co., Boston; 16Mar50; 
EP44889. 
Song of Ruth; Entreat me not to leave thee, 
[by] Maurice Goldman, [Biblical text 
from the Book of Ruth. Based on the 
traditional Ashkenazic cantillation] 
© Transcontinental Music Corp. , New 
York; 21Jun50; EP47346. 

GOLDMAN. RICHARD FRANKO. 1910- 
Duo for tubas; or bassoons, [by) Richard 
Franko Goldman. [Score] 75£ 
© Mercury Music Corp. , New York; 
21Apr50; EP45721. 

GOLDNER, ERNEST. 1921- 

♦ Allegorical overture; for orchestra, [by] 
Ernest Gold [pseud. ] [Miniature score] 
$2 © Associated Music Publishers, inc.. 
New York; 23Jan50; EP44001. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 12Jan48, EU1 11770. 
Seven American miniatures; for piano, 
by Ernest Gold [pseud. ] $1.50 © on 
compilation; Broadcast Music, inc.. 
New York; 21Oct40; EP43293. 

GOLDSMITH. DONALD ROBERT. 1923- 
Story book love affair, words and music by 
Don Goldsmith. © Manson Pub. Co. . 
Evanston, 111., 13Jan50 ; EP44088. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 15Jun47. EU80423. 

GOLDSMITH, HILLIARD. 1918- 
An arm with a bow in its hand. SEE 

Sigman, Carl. 
Dearie. SEE Mann. Dave. 
Francie. SEE Styne, Jule. Michael 

Todd's Peep show. 
River of smoke. SEE Sigman, Carl. 
Solid as a rock. SEE Mann, Dave. 
Stay with the happy people. SEE 

Styne, Jule. 
Ten times; words and music by Bob 

Hilliard [pseud. ] © Simon House, inc. , 

New York; 12Dec49; EP43874. 
Thing-a-ma-jig. SEE Siegei. David. 

[GOLDSMITH, ISABELLE LANG] 1892- 
Lullaby; music by Isabelle Lang [pseud. ], 
lyrics by Max Lang [pseud. ] [English 
and German words] © Isabelle Lang 
Goldsmith; 10Jan50; EP43535. 

GOLDSMITH, MAX LANG, 1888- 
Lullaby. SEE Goldsmith, I. L. 

GOLDSTEIN, BERNARD. 

Little Kathy Fiscus; words by Oscar L. 
Lagerberg, music by Bernard Goldstein. 
35 sf © Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston; 
17Jan50; EP43744. 

When the years roll by for me; words by 
Ruth Crawford, music by Bernard Gold- 
stein. 35£ © Bruce Humphries, inc., 
Boston; 17Jan50; EP43743. 

GOLDSTEIN, ROSE B 
Songs to share; by Rose B. Goldstein, 
piano settings by Reuven Kosakoff, 
illustrated by E. Schloss. New York, 
United Synagogue Commission on Jewish 
Education. [Words in English and partly 
also in Hebrew with transliteration] 
© United Synagogue of America; lDec49; 
AA145779. 

GOLDSWORTHY, NADINE M. 
Jesu, Thou my constant gladness. 
SEE Bach, J. S. Herz und Mund 
und That und Leben. 



GOLDSWORTHY, WILLIAM A 

Blessed art Thou! Benedictus es, Domine. 
Anthem for combined junior and senior 
choirs, or choir with solo voices, by 
William A. Golds worthy. St. Louis, 
Hunleth Music Co. (Scholin choral pub- 
lications, 1309) [With organ accompani- 
ment] English words. 18C © Carl Albert 
Scholin, 3Jan50; EP43473. 

The cry of Calvary; four part mixed 
voices, S. A. T. B. , text adapted from 
The Star of Calvary by Nathaniel 
Hawthorne, music by William A. Golds- 
worthy. (The Wit mark sacred choral 
library, 5-W3400) [With organ ace. ] 18* 
© M. Wltmark k Sons. New York; 
5May50; EP47211. 

Jesu, Thou my constant gladness. 
SEE Bach, J. S. Herz und Mund und 
That und Leben. 

O Lord, support us; benediction aninem 
for mixed voices, text by John Henry 
Newman, music by Wm. A. Golds worthy. 
St. Louis, Hunleth Music Co. (Scholin 
choral publications, 1036) [With piano 
reduction] 18C © Carl Albert Scholin; 
3Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EP43472. 

This day hath He arisen. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Christ lag in Todes- 
banden. 

GOLDTHWAITE, ANN SCOTT. 
Stranger in the night. SEE Newman, 
Alfred. Under my skin. 

GOLESTAN, STAN. 1875- 

♦Le lftoutar; [by] Stan Golestan, fantaisie et 
danse moldave, pour violon concert ant 
et orchestre ou piano. Partition d*orches- 
tre, [Score: violin and orchestra] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 2May50; 
EFO-3821. 

GOLETTI, NELLY. 
Happy Pedro; words by Bunny Lewis, 
music by Nelly Golettl. © Francis, 
Day fc Hunter, ltd. , London; 4Apr50; 
EFO-3409. 

GOLLAHON. GLADYS E 
Our lady of Fatlma; by Gladys Gollahon. 
[For 1 or 2 treble voices and piano] 
© Robbins Music Corp. , New York; 
Uun50; EP47062. 

GOLLER. VINZENZ, 1873- 
Libera me. Domine. SEE Bruckner, 
Anton. 

♦Scuola d'harmonium; [by] Vinzenz Goiler, 
per l'autodidatta, con elementi di con- 
trappunto, armonia e forme musicali; 
grande metodo in 3 corsi gradual! quale 
preparazione alio studio dell'organo. Con 
introduzione, traduzione e appendice a 
cura di Vito da Bondo [pseud. ] © Casa 
musicale Edizioni Carrara, Bergamo, 
Italia; 1. corso, 150ct49; EFO-1538. 

GOMEZ, 
Esperare mi dfa; bolero -beguine. Autores: 
Yanez y Gomez, arr. de: Pepe Bravo. 
$0.50 [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts; with words] © Peer y 
Cfa., s. 1., Habana; 28Dec49; EFO-1757. 

GOMEZ, ALEJANDRO RODRIGUEZ. SEE 
Rodriguez Gomez, Alejandro, 1896- 

GOMEZ. LUIS. 
Alegria. SEE Baracha, Manuel. 

GOMEZ, RACIANO. 
Tu bella silueta; bolero, letra y musics 
de Raciano Gomez, arr. de S. Ramos. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] $035 © Peer y Cia, , 
s.i. , Habana; 27Feb50; EFO-1929. 

GOMEZ, VICENTE. 
(Captain from Castile) Zambra arabe; from 
the picture, Captain from Castile, duert 
for two guitars, [by] Vicente Gomes. 
[Score] 60C © Mills Music, inc. , New 
York; 26May50; EP470B8. 



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Studio capricioso; sobre un tema popular, 
[by] Vicente Gomes. [For guitar) 60£ 
© Mills Music, inc. , New York; 26May50; 
EP47090. 

Trlste santuario; preludio, [by] Vicente 
Gomez. [For guitar] 60? © Mills 
Music, inc. , New York; 26May50; 
EP47089. 

GOMEZ BARRERA, CARLOS. 
Mentira; bolero, letra y milsica de: Carlos 
G6mez Barrera, orquestaci6n de Antonio 
Niinez M. [Piano -conductor score (or- 
chestra) and parts; with words] © Pro- 
motora Hispano Americana de Music a, 
s.a.. Mexico; 27Apr50; EF0-3320. 

GOMEZ DE CANALES. C ARID AD ROSA, 
1911- 
iJAy! 1 . pero que chica; mam bo, letra y 

musica de Cary Gomez de Canales. 

© Caridad Rosa Gomes de Canales; 

15Apr50; EFO-3174. 

G<3MEZ SR , DAVID. 

Ayes del alma; vals de David G6mez Sr. 
[For piano] © Editorial Mexicana de 
Musica Internacional, s. a. , Mexico; 
18Aug49; EFO-997. 

GOMM, DENNIS, 1911- 
Pizsicato parade; [by] Dennis Go mm. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Dix, ltd. , London; 7Feb50; 
EFO-1786. 

GOMULKA. RUTH ALBERTA. 
There's a city called Hamtramck. 
SEE Gomulka, T. G. 

GOMULKA, THEODORE GENE. 
There's a city called Hamtramck; words 
and music by Ruth Gomulka and Ted 
Gomulka. © American Academy of 
Music, inc.. New York; 13Jun50; 
EP47316. 

GONDRINGER, LAWRENCE. 
Tears come easy to my eyes. SEE 
Standefer, Johnny. 

GONZALES, pseud . SEE 
Tollgren, Torvald. 

GONZALEZ, ALBERTO. 
En ayuna con un pollito; guaracha, [by] 
Alberto Gonzalez, arr. [by] Fumero y 
Jimenez. [Piano- conductor score (or- 
chestra) and parts; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 9Dec49; EP43361. 

GONZALEZ GIRALT, JOSE. 

De ti; bolero, letra y musica de Jose 
Gonzalez Giralt. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
$0.35 ©PeeryCia., s. 1. , Habana; 
27Feb50; EFO-1933. 

Retazo; bolero, letra y musica de Jose 
Gonzalez Giralt. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
$ 0. 35 © Peer y Cia. , s. 1. , Habana; 
27Apr50; EFO-3321. 

GONZALEZ P LUIS. 

Que siga el mambo; mambo, musica y 
orquestaci6n de Luis Gonzalez P. [ Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Promotora Hispano Americana de 
Musica, s.a., Mexico; 12Apr50; 
EFO-2734. 

GOODBAR,. LUCRETIA MAY, 1874- 
Sanctuary; sacred song by Lucretia May 
Goodbar. 60C © The Boston Music Co. , 
Boston; 16May50; EP46674. 

GOODELL, WALTER, 1884- 
Now thank we all our God. SEE 

Cruger, Johann. 
Somebody call in' my name; S. A.B. 
Spiritual arr. by Walter Goodell. 
(Selected choral series, no. 43, 104) 
[With piano ace. ] 18C © on arrangement; 
The Raymond A. Hoffman Co., Chicago; 
6Jan50; EP43762. 



Song of Chicago. SEE Anderson, C. E. 

GOOD HART, AL, 1905- 
Little darlin', little angel. SEE 
Stillman, Al. 

GOODLOE, LUCILLE E 
N.D.A. auxiliary song; words & music 
by Lucille E. Goodloe. Charlottesville, 
Va. , National Dental Association 
Auxiliary. © Lucille E. Goodloe; 
6Feb50; EP44378. 

GOODMAN, JOSEPH, 1918- 
Caligaverunt oculi mei; [from Four 
motets, by] Joseph Goodman, respon- 
sory from matins of Good Friday. (The 
Arthur Jordan choral series, no. 33) 
[Score: SATB and piano reduction] 30? 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp. , New 
York; 29Jun50; EP47571. 

Ego sum panis vivus; [from Four motets, 
by] Joseph Goodman, [words from] St. 
John VI, 48-51. (The Arthur Jordan 
choral series, no. 32) [Score: SATB and 
piano reduction] 25? © Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp. , New York; 
29Jun50; EP47570. 

Panis angellcus; [from Four motets, by] 
Joseph Goodman, [words by] St. Thomas 
Aquinas. (lhe Arthur Jordan choral 
series, no. 32) ( With his Ego sum panis 
vivus) [Score: SATE and piano reduction] 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp. , New 
York; 29Jun50; EP47570. 

Tenebrae factae sunt; [from Four motets, 
by] Joseph Goodman, responsory from 
matins of Good Friday. (The Arthur 
Jordan choral series, no. 34) [Score: 
SATB and piano reduction] 25? 
© Edward B. Marks Music Corp. , New 
York; 29Jun50; EP47572. 

GOODMAN, RUTH. 
Come sing with me. SEE Lee, Laura. 

GOODSPEED, ELIZABETH FULLER. 
Land of Oz. SEE Laffer, J. H. 

GOODWIN, MRS . WAYNE. 
Somebody to love me. SEE Hall, 
David. 



GOON, SVEN. pseud. SEE 
Fiodin, Sven. 

GOOSMAN, FRED WILLIAM, 1921- 
Shriners on parade; [by] Freddie Goosman. 
Cincinnati, Syrian Shrine Temple. 
[Cornet -conductor score (band) and parts] 
© on revision; Fred W. Goosman; 
10May50; EP46561. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Conquest march, 10Mar50, 
EU196758. 

GORDON, CLIFF. 
It's for keeps; Old china, words and music 
by Cliff Gordon. 1/ © Lawrence Wright 
Music Co. , ltd. , London; 3Jan50; 
EFO-1256. 

GORDON, GEORGE, pseud . SEE 
Shack ley, George. 

GORDON, HARRY. 
My Land; song, words by Gerald Mason, 
music by Harry Gordon. 2/- © Cecil 
Lennox, ltd., London; 17Mar50; 
EFO-3168. 

GORDON, IRVING. 

Calico Sal; by Allan Roberts and Irving 
Gordon. [For voice and piano, with 
ukulele diagrams and chord symbols] 
© United Music Corp. , New York; 
lMay50; EP46029. 

Save a little sunbeam for a rainy, rainy 
day; arr. by Van Alexander, words and 
music by Irving Gordon. [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] 750 © on arrangement fc compila- 
tion; Capitol Songs, inc. , New York; 
15Feb50; EP44315. 



Save a little sunbeam for a rainy, rainy 

day; words and music by Irving Gordon. 

© Capitol Songs, lnc . , New York; 

17Jan50; EP44007. 
Take it easy, take it light. SEE 

Jones, F. R. 

GORDON, MACK, 1904- 
Baby, won't you say you love me? SEE 
Myrow, Josef. Wabash Avenue. 

Dig, dig, dig, dig for your dinner. SEE 

Warren, Harry. Summer stock. 
Friendly star. SEE Warren, Harry. 

Howdy neighbor, happy harvest. SEE 

Warren, Harry. Summer stock. 
If you feel like singing, sing. SEE 

Warren, Harry. Summer stock. 
Mem'ry Island. SEE Warren, Harry. 

Summer stock. 
Stranger in the night. SEE Newman, 

Alfred. Under my skin. 
Wilhelmina. SEE Myrow, Josef. Wabash 

Avenue. 
With my eyes wide open, I'm dreaming. 

SEE Revel, Harry. 

GORDON, OLLE. 
A-hej-4-ha. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 
Du ar den enda. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 
En enda fraga. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 
Kyss mig godnatt. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 

GORDON, PHILIP, arr. 
Assembly band boolTcompiled and arr. 
by Philip Gordon. [Piano-conductor 
score (band) and parts] © on arrange- 
ments; Theodore Pressor Co. , Bryn 
Mawr, Pa. ; 10Mar50; EP44940. 

GORE, RICHARD T 
But where shall wisdom be found? [By] 
Richard T. Gore. [Words fro ml Job 
28. (Row octavo series, 419) [Score: 
baritone, chorus (SSATB) and organ] 18? 
© R. D. Row Music Co. , Boston; 
16Mar50; EP44879. 
Festal processional; [by] Richard T. Gore, 
based on the tune Sine nomine by R. 
Vaughan Williams, [words by] William 
W. How. (Fischer edition. 8504) 
[Score: 2 part mixed chorus and organ] 
20C © J. Fischer & Bro. . New York; 
10Feb50; EP44396. 

GORIGOYTfA, HECTOR MELO. SEE 
Melo Gorigoytfa, Hector, 1899- 

GORNEY. JAY. 1896- 
(Touch and go) Wish me luck; fox trot, 
from the musical play, Touch and go. 
Lyrics by Jean and Walter Kerr, music 
by Jay Gorney, arr. by Jack Mason. New 
York, Chappell. [Piano -conduct or score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 75? 
© on arrangement; Jay Gorney, Jean Kerr 
& Walter Kerr; 3Feb50; EP44264. 

[GORNI, FRANCESCO] 1885- 
Claudia; mazurka [by] Gallo [pseud. ] 
(I ballabili campagnoli di Gallo, 3) 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © Carisch s. a., Milano; 2Nov49; 
EF0-1055. 

Coccode; il valzer della gallina, musica 
di Gallo [pseud. ], parole di Pinchi [pseud.] 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Carisch, s.a., 
Milano; 20Feb50; EFO-2198. 

Gallo 900; fox-trot. [By] Gallo [pseud.] 
(I ballabili campagnoli di Gallo, ?,) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] ©Carisch, s. a., Milano; 2Nov49; 
EFO-1054. 

Maddalena, questo no! Canzone mazurca. 
musica di GpIIo [pseud. ], parole di 
Pinchi [pseud] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts. 
©Carisch. s.a., Milano; 20Feb50; 
EFO-2199. 



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[GORNI, FRANCESCO] 1885- Cont'd. 
El rivarolito; passo doppio [by] Gallo 
[pseud. ] (I ballabili campagnoli di Gallo, 
1) [Piano-conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts] ©Carisch, s. a., Milan; 
2Nov49; EFO-1053. 
Tango della luna; [by] Gallo [pseud. ] 
(I ballabili campagnoli di Gallo, 4) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] ©Carisch, s. a., Milano; 2Nov49; 
EFO-1056. 

GORNSTON, DAVID. 1905- 
♦ Gornston's Advanced saxophone method; 
by David Gornston, a third book which 
may be used after any intermediate 
method or Gornston 1 s intermediate 
method. $1 © Edward Schuberth & Co. , 
inc.. New York; 16May50; EP46617. 
♦Gornston's Advanced trumpet or cornet 
method; by David Gornston. Contributing 
editors: Ben Paisner [and] Harry 
Huffnagle. A third bock which may be used 
after any intermediate method or Gorn- 
ston's intermediate method. $1.00 
© Edward Schuberth k Co. , inc. , New 
York; 16Jan50; EP43592. 
♦Gornston's Advanced clarinet method; by 
David Gornston. Contributing editors: 
Ben Paisner [and] Harry Huffnagle. A 
third book which may be used after any 
intermediate method or Gornston 's 
intermediate method. $1 © Edward 
Schuberth fc Co. . inc. . New York; 
5Apr50; EP45359. 

GOSMEYER, LARRY. 
Honey chile- words by Bill Childs, music 
by Larry Gosmeyer. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lOct49; EP46533. 

GOSSARD, LORA CLARK. 1869- 
Home for Christmas; words by Her ma 
Clark, melody by Lora C. Gossard, 
harmony by Thomas E. Gossard. 
© Hathaway Music Service, Chicago; 
27May50; EP46860. 

GOSSARD, THOMAS EMERY, 1910- 
Home for Christmas. SEE Gossard, L. C. 

GOSSET, GEORGES. 
Drelin, drelin, Madame la concierge. 
SEE Marcuse. Albrecht. 

GOSTENA, GIOVANNI BATTISTA DALLA. 

♦Intavolatura di liuto; fantasie e canzoni, 
[by] Gio. Battista della Gostena. 
Trascritte in notazione moderna ed 
interpretate da Giuseppe Gullino. [For 
lute] © Ditta R. Maurri, Firenze; 
3Sep49; EFO-1485. 

GOSZ, ROMAN. 

Musical clock; polka, [by] Romy Gosz. 
arr. by Joseph Paul Elsnic, [for] con- 
certina. 300 © on arrangement; Vitak- 
Elsnic Co. , Chicago; 18Nov49; EP44954. 

Pepper polka; [by] Roman Gosz, arr. by 
Joseph P. Elsnic, [for] piano solo. 300 
© on arrangement; Vitak-Eisnic Co., 
Chicago; 10Oct49; EP44953. 

GOT, AL, pseud . SEE 
Frey, Erik, 1904- 

GOTCHER, LES. 

•Square dancin'. 49 p. illus. © Beech- 
wood Music Corp. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
13Mar50; A41752. 

[GOTLIB, DYNAH] 1921- 
Verse-moi du champagne. Give me 
champagne, give me music. Paroles 
francaises de Dynah Vakerman [pseud. ] 
et Bernard Michel, paroles anglaises de 
Slim Briggs, musique de Dynah Vaker- 
man et H. Rawson [pseud. ] © Editions 
France-Comex, Paris; 150ct49; 
EFO-1747. 

GOTTLER, ARCHIE. 
Did-ee, did-ee do right by you? Lyrics 
by Sidney Clare, music by Archie 
Gottler, arr. by Lou Halmy. © Dave 
Bernie Music Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
16May50; EP46631. 



GOTTLIEB, RAYMOND, 1894- 
Rever d'un baiser. SEE Leardee, 
Ernest. 

GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU, 1829-1869. 
Holy Ghost with light divine; S. S. A. , by 
L. M. Gottschalk, words by Andrew 
Reed, arr. byC. Albert Scholin. (Belwin 
octavo, no. 1006) [With piano reduction] 
150 © on arrangement; Belwin, inc.. 
New York; 10Jan50; EP43414. 

GOULD, DANIEL, 1921- 
The French can can polka. SEE 
Offenbach, Jacques. 

GOULD, JACK. 
I never knew I cared so much, until 
you said goodbye. SEE Gardner, 
Dave. 



Roller skating waltz. 
H. M. 



SEE Klopfer. 



GOULD, MORTON, 1913- 
(Arms and the girl) A cow and a plough 
and a frau; fox trot, from the musical. 
Arms and the girl. Lyrics by Dorothy 
Fields, music by Morton Gould, arr. by 
Jack Mason. New York [Chappell, sole 
selling agent] Crawford Music Corp. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] 750 © on arrangement; 
Dorothy Fields k Morton Gould; 31Jan50; 
EP44225. 

(Arms and the girl) A cow and a plough 
and a frau; [from] Arms and the girl, 
words by Dorothy Fields, music by 
Morton Gould. New York. Chappell. 
© Dorothy Fields & Morton Gould; 
29Dec49; EP43797. 
(Arms and the girl) Don't talk; [from] 
Arms and the girl, words by Dorothy 
Fields, music by Morton Gould. New 
York, Chappell. © Dorothy Fields & 
Morton Gould; 2BDec49; EP43794. 
(Arms and the girl) Nothin' for nothin', 
[from] Arms and the girl; words by 
Dorothy Fields, music by Morton Gould. 
[New York, Chappell] © Dorothy Fields & 
Morton Gould; 30Jan50; EP44267. 
(Arms and the girl) That's my fella; 
[from] Arms and the girl, words by 
Dorothy Fields, music by Morton Gould. 
New York, Chappell. © Dorothy Fields 
& Morton Gould; 29Dec49; EP43796. 
(Arms and the girl) There must be some- 
thin' better than love, [from] Arms and 
the girl; music by Morton Gould, words 
by Dor6thy Fields. [New York, Chappell] 
© Dorothy Fields & Morton Gould; 
6Feb50; EP44193. 
(Arms and the girl) You kissed me; [from] 
Arms and the girl, words by Dorothy 
Fields, music by Morton Gould. New 
York, Chappell. © Dorothy Fields & 
Morton Gould; 29Dec49; EP43795. 
(Arms and the girl) You kissed me; fox 
trot, from the musical. Arms and the 
girl. Lyrics by Dorothy Fields, music 
by Morton Gould, arr. by Jack Mason. 
New York [Chappell, sole selling agent] 
Crawford Music Corp. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
750 © on arrangement; Dorothy Fields 
& Morton Gould; 31Jan50; EP44226. 
Battle hymn of the Republic. SEE 
Steffe, William. 

GOUNOD, CHARLES FRANCOIS, 1818-1893. 
Marche pontificale; by Charles Gounod, 
arr. by George F. Briegel. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© on arrangement; George F. Briegel, 
inc.. New York; 12Apr50; EP46065. 

(Messe solennelle) We praise and bless 
Thee. Laudamus te. From Messe 
solennelle, chorus for mixed voices, 
[by] Charles Francois Gounod, arr. by 
Homer Whitford. [With organ ace. ] 15? 
© on arrangement; Oliver Ditson Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 31Jan50; EP44189. 



Praise ye the Father, chorus for S.S.A. 
Music by Ch. Gounod, arr. by D. H. 
Decker [pseud. ] (Fischer edition, 8531) 
[With organ ace. ] 200 © on arrangement; 
J. Fischer & Bro. , New York; 10Feb50; 
EP44399. 
Serenade; Berceuse, by Charles Gounod, 
arr. by King Palmer. [Words by Victor 
Hugo] © on arrangement; W. Paxton & 
Co., ltd., London; 21 Jun49; EFO-2386. 
There is a green hill far away; anthem for 
mixed voices with alto or baritone solo, 
words by Mrs. C. F. Alexander, music 
by C. Gounod, arr. by C. Albert Scholin. 
St. Louis, Hunleth Music Co. (Scholin 
choral publications, 1038) 180 © on 
arrangement; Carl Albert Scholin; 
3Jan50; EP43470. 
We praise and bless thee. SEE HIS 
Messe solennelle. 

GOUVERNEUR. EMILE, 1888- 
Traite complet de stenographic musicale; 
par Emile Gouverneur. © Schott freres, 
Bruxelles; lMay50; EFO-3290. 

GRABNER. HERMANN, 1886- 
Es mag sein; fur M&nnerchor, [by] 
Hermann Grabner, [words by Rudolf 
Alexander Schroder] [Close score: TTBB] 
© L. Schwann Verlag, DQsseldorf; 
24Apr50; EFO-3631. 

GRAENICHER, ERNST, 1903- 
Vier Klaviersttlcke; piano solo [by] 
Ernst Graenicher. © Jos. Aibl, Wien; 
30Dec49; EFO-3431. 

GRAETZER, GUILLERMO, 1914- 
(Toccatas, piano) Tres tocatas; [by] 
Graetzer. Montevideo, Editorial 
Cooperativa Interamericana de Comp 
sitores. (Publicaci6n, n. 9) © In . 
Interamericana de Musicologfa; 29Lec4*, 
EF15041. 

GRAFTON. JAMES, 1916- 
If love could find a way. SEE 
Milligan, Terence. 

GRAHAM, FREDERICK STITT, 1914- 
The Alan Mills book of folk songs and 
ballads. SEE Miller, Albert. 

GRAFAM, HARRY. 
Love will find a way. SEE Fraser- 
Simson, Harold. The maid of the 
mountains. 

GRAHAM, ROGER. 

I ain't got nobody. SEE Williams. Spencer. 

GRAHAM, STEVE. 

Dear old Donegal; Back to Donegal, 
T.T.B. B., by Steve Graham, arr, by 
Kenneth Walton. (Leeds choral series, 
L-246) [With piano ace. ] 200 © on 
arrangement; Leeds Music Corp. , New 
York; 27 Mar 50; EP45182. 

Dear old Donegal; Back to Donegal, 
S.A.T.B., by Steve Graham, arr. by 
Kenneth Walton. (Leeds choral series. 
L-245) [With piano ace. ] 200 © on 
arrangement; Leeds Music Corp. . New 
York; 27Mar50; EP45181. 

GRAHM, RUTH HERSCHER, 1924- 
Palace of stone. SEE Springs, James. 

GRAHN, RENl£. 
Jitterbug er dansen af i dag. SEE 
Gyidmark, Sven. Den stjaalne 
minister. 

GRAINGER, PERCY ALDR1DGE, 1882- 
Movement for strings in C minor. 
SEE Gardiner, H. B. 

GRAMANTIERI, TULLO, 1899- 
La tua boeca. SEE Salerno, Alfonso. II 
terrore dell 1 autostrada. 

GRAMATGES, HAROLD, 1918- 
Duo; flauta y piano, [by] Harold Gramatges. 
Montevideo, Editorial Cooperativa 
Interamericana de Co mpoai tores. 
(Publicaci6n, no. 48) [Score] © Instituto 
Interamericano de Musicologla; 30Dec46 • 
EF15063. 



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GRAMAZIO. E. 
Senza 'e te. SEE Alfieri, Amleto. 
Uocchie nire. SEE Alfieri, Amleto. 

GRAND A, BIENVEITDO. 
Mi dolor; bolero, letra y musica de 
Bienvenido Granda, arr. de S. Ramos. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] $0. 35ctvs. © Peer 
y Cia. , s. I., Habana; 28Dec49; 
EFO-2317. 



, pseud. 
, 1881- 



Genevrier, Henri, 

GRANDJANY. MARCEL, 1891- 
Children's hour; suite for the harp, by 
Marcel Grandjany. Op. 25. $1.50 
© G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
9Jun50; EP47264. 

GRANIER, ROSETTE. 1914- 
Zixou; valse musette; paroles de Raphael 
Oiivari, musique de R. Granier. [For 
orchestra; with words. Parts: Saxophone 
and piano only] © Georges Delrieu & 
cie, Nice, France; 1Nov49; EFO-1664. 

GRANLUND, INGEGERD. 
Tre kosteliga ting. SEE SOderlundh, 
B. A. 

GRANT, ALLAN, 1894- 
Bock beer song; arr. by Allan Grant, 
English words by Barbara Berg [pseud. ], 
German [words by] O. R. Zapf. 
© Barbara Popp; 15Mar50; EP46849. 
My sweet kid from Flushing; words by 
Barbara Berg [pseud. ], music by Allan 
Grant. © Barbara Popp (in notice: 
Barbara Popp Berg); 18Jun49; EP44681. 

GRANT, DAVID. 1833-1893. 
Crimond; Psalm XXIII, [by] David Grant, 
descant by Albert Howe. [Close score: 
SATB, with descant] 2d. © on arrange- 
ment; W. Paxton 4 Co. , ltd. , London; 
16Dec49; EFO-2463. 

GRANT, FREDDY. 
Play, hurdy-gurdy, play; words and music 
by Chester Conn, A I Harvey and Freddy 
Grant. © on change in lyrics and melody; 
Br eg man, Vocco and Conn, inc. , New 
York; 20Mar50; EP45090. 

GRANT, HAROLD M. , pseud . SEE 

Kirchstein, Harold M. 

GRANT, JOAQUfN, 1880- 
La golondrina. SEE Serradell, Narciso. 

La raspa mexicaine; danse populaire 
mexicalne, paroles de Liogar [pseud. ], 
musique et arrangement [de] Grant & 
Rico. [French and Spanish words] 
© Julio Garzon, Paris; 30Dec49; EFO- 
2432. 

GRANT, MARTIN. 
When the heather gleams like Stardust in 
the glen; by Martin Grant, [words by] 
Tommie Connor, arr. by Gordon Rees. 
[Piano- conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © The Peter Maurice 
Music Co., ltd., London; 31Dec49; 
EFO-2592. 
When the heather gleams like Stardust 
in the glen; lyric by Tommie Connor, 
music by Martin Grant. 1/- © The 
Peter Maurice Music Co. , ltd. , London; 
5Dec49; EF0-1231. 

GRANT. PARKS, 1910- 
Friendshlp and freedom; for mixed chorus, 
a cappella. Text from the writings of 
William Penn, music by Parks Grant. 
Op. 32, no. 1. (Elkan-Vogel choral 
series. 1063) [With piano reduction] 20? 
© Elkan-Vogel Co., inc. ; Philadelphia; 
28Feb50; EP44793. 

GRANT, ROBERT. 
O worship the King. SEE Haydn, Joseph. 



Gross. Wilhelm 



pseud , 
n, 1894 



SEE 
-1939. 



GRANZ, NORMAN. 

*The jazz scene. [Photographs mostly by 
Gjon Mili; original drawing by David 
Stone Martin] [Hollywood? 1949] 
1 v. (loose-leaf) © Norman Granz; 
12Dec49; A43640. 

GRARE, FERNAND, 1910- 
Paris-Simplon. SEE Baraldi, Ernest. 
Pipette et Tonia. SEE Velda. Andr6. 

GRASSI, ANDRE JOSEPH, 1911- 
Eternit£; paroles et musique de Andre* 
Grassi. © Soci6te* additions musicales 
Internationales, Paris; 30Jun48; EF15553. 

[GRASSI, FRANCESCO] 1908- 
Dovunque andrai; sentimental beguine, 

[by] D' Arena [pseud. ], parole dl U. 

Bertini. [Piano-conductor score 

(orchestra, with words) and parts] 

© Redi, edizioni musical!, Milano; 

10May50; EFO-3518. 
La lavanderlna; canzone samba, [by] 
D'Arena [pseud. ], parole di Pinchi 
[pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 

© Redi, edizioni musicali, Milano; 
10May50; EFO-3517. 

Senza saper; beguine, parole di G. C. 
Testoni, musica di D'Arena [pseud. ] 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni Suvini 
Zerboni, Milano; 12Dec49 (in notice: 
1950); EFO-2698. 
Solo jazz; slow melody. Parole di G. C. 
Testoni, musica di D'Arena [pseud. ] 
(Serie canzoni di successo, 2155) [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © Redi edizioni musicali, 
Milano; 14Feb50; EFO-2685. 

GRASSIN, RENAAT, 1900- 
Nuit de reve. SEE Izzi, Antoine. 

[GRATTAROLA, BRUNO] 

♦(Concerto, piano, no. 2) Concerto n. 2 in 
fa maggiore; [by] Bruno Wassil [pseud. ] 
Partitura d'orchestra. [Score] 
© Edizioni musicali Cora, Milano; 
Uan45; EF15385. 

♦Tema con variazioni; per pianoforte ed 
orchestra, [by] Bruno Wassil [pseud. ] 
[Score: 2 pianos] © Edizioni musicali 
Cora, Milano; Uan45; EF15384. 

GRAU SALA. 
L'Europe romantique. SEE Pourtales, 
Guy de, comte. 

GRAVES, CONWAY. 
Eileen Oge. SEE Collisson, W. H. 
The mountains o' Mourne. SEE 
Collisson. W. H. 

GRAVES, GLENNA, 1928- 

Careless with love; music and lyrics by 
Glenna Graves. Vienna, Printed by 
Waldheim-Eberle. © Glenna Graves; 
7May50; EF15518. 

Longing to go home; lyrics by B. T. 
Franck [pseud. ], music by Glenna 
Graves. Vienna, Waldheim-Eberle. 
© Glenna Graves; 3Jun50; EF15534. 

GRAVES, RICHARD HARDING, 1926- 
The carpenter's son; a carol for voices 
and organ, poem by Clive Sansom, 
music by Richard Graves. (The year 
book press series of unison and part- 
songs, A. 113) [Score: chorus (SATB) 
and organ; voice parts also in tonic sol-fa 
notation] 8d ©A. fc C. Black, ltd., Lon- 
don; 280ct49; EF0-1844. 

GRAY, ALLAN, 1905- 
All my homeland; lyrics by Tommie 
Connor, music by Allan Gray. 1/- 
© Charles Brull, ltd., London; 25 Mar 50; 
EF15499. 



(The reluctant widow) Nocturne amoureuse; 
from The reluctant widow, music by 
Allan Gray, arr. by Barry Tattenhall. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © J. R. Lafleur k Son, ltd., 
London; 13Jun50; EFO-3720. 

GRAY, IVAN E. 
Slippery samba. SEE Leader, Harry. 

GRAY, JERRY. 
Crew cut; by Jerry Gray. [For piano] 
© Albert Music Corp. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 
30Mar50; EP45244. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Rubber check bounce, 15Dec49, 
EU188011. 

GREATHOUSE. GILBERT PHELPS, 
1919- 

Follow the Lamb. SEE Douglas, S. H. 
God's great plan. SEE Lunsford, Helen. 
Living water. SEE Lunsford, Helen. 

GREEN, ADOLPH. 1915- 
Count on me. SEE Edens, Roger. 

On the town. 
Main Street. SEE Edens, Roger. 

On the town. 
You're awful. SEE Edens. Roger. 

On the town. 

GREEN, ELIZA CRAVEN. 
Elian Vannin. SEE Townend, F. H. 

GREEN, H. LELAND, 1907- 
Old fashioned revival hour songs. 
SEE Fuller, C. E. 

GREEN, PHILIP, 1911- 
Cinderella and the glass slipper; a tale 
in verse and music. Music by Philip 
Green, libretto by Maurice Miller. 
(Album series, no. 71) [With piano 
ace] 3/- © Bosworth & Co. . ltd.. 
London; 14Nov49; EFO-2271. 
Garden party; by Philip Green. [Melody 
with instrumental cues] 6d. © C nappe 11 
&Co., ltd., London; 18May50; EFO-3489. 

Goldilocks and the three bears; a tale 
in verse and music. Music by Philip 
Green, libretto by Maurice Miller. 
(Album series, no. 70) [With piano ace. ] 
3/- © Bosworth & Co. , ltd. , London; 
250ct49; EFO-2267. 

Horsefeathers; by Philip Green. [Melody 
with instrumental cues] 8d © Chappell 
&Co., ltd., London; 7Feb50; EFO-1881. 

The magic carpet; a tale in words and 
music, libretto by Maurice Miller, 
music by Philip Green. (Album series, 
no. 72) [With piano ace. ] 3/- © Bos- 
worth & Co., ltd., London; 24Nov49; 
EFO-2183. 
♦Sensation for strings; by Philip Green 
for string orchestra. Score [and] parts. 
$2 © Mills Music, inc.. New York; 
26May50; EP47091. 

The story of the sparrows; song, words 
by Norman Newell, music by Philip 
Green. [London], Boosey & Hawkes. 2/6 
© Boosey & Co. , ltd., London; 13Jan50; 
EFO-1141. 

Winter song; song, lyric by Sonny Miller, 
music by Dorothy Mann [pseud. ] 
© Lawrence Wright Music Co. , ltd. , 
London; 23Jan50; EF0-1359. 

GREEN, VANOY K 
How will I know? Words and music by 
Vanoy K. Green. Ardmore, Okla. , 
Green Music Corp. © Vanoy Green; 
9Jun50; EP47420. 

GREENBERG, ADRIAN GEORGE. 
The guy with the voodoo I SEE 
Freeman, Stan. 

GREENE, JOE. 
She's shimmyin' on the beach again. 

SEE- Ellis, Betsy. 
Twisted stockin's; words and music by 

Joe Greene. [Arr. by Lou Halmy] 

© Herbert Music Co., inc., Hollywood; 

7 Mar 50; EP44872. 



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GREENFIELD, ALFRED M 
The earth is the Lord's; [by] Alfred M. 
Greenfield. [Words from Psalm 24] 
(Row octavo series, 420) [Score: chorus 
(SSATBB) and organ] W © R. D. Row 
Music Co. . Boston; 16Mar50; EP44880. 

GREENING, DORIS, 1899- 
As you wander. SEE Embling, E. E. 
My little dear. SEE Keates. J E. 

GREENWALD. ROBERT M. 
Poor little polliwog. SEE Ross. Ben. 

GREER, THOMAS HENRY, 1916- 
F lying fiddles; composer & arranger: 
Thomas H. Greer. [Score: orchestra] 
© Thomas H. Greer; 26Jun50; EU207053. 

GREGG, GENE. 
When a dream is broken in two; words 
and music by Gene Gregg. © Adams, 
Vee & Abbott, inc., Chicago; 21Apr50; 
EP47171. 
When I dance the last waltz; words and 
music by Gene Gregg. © Adams, Vee 
& Abbott, inc. , Chicago; 2Feb50; 
EP44821. Appl. states prev. reg. 
21Nov49, EU185648. 

GREGH. FERNAND, 1873- 
Quatre airs romantiques. SEE 
Baron, Maurice. 

GREGORY. BOBBY, 1900- 
No mail from a female; words by Clarence 
E. Cryer, music [by] Bobby Gregory. 
© American Music Pub. Co. , New York; 
2Jun50; EP46981. 

GREGORY, LARRY, pseud . SEE 
Giangregorio, Lawrence Dante. 

GREINER, ALBERT. 

»Wegweiser durch die Stimmbildung. 96 p. 

illus. © B. Schott's SOhne, Mainz; 

30Dec49; AFO-1346. 



GREISSLE, FELK. 
Four Russian peasant songs. 
Stravinskff, I. F. 



SEE 



GRENDER, OBED L. , 1900- 
The time will surely come. SEE Newhard, 
D. F. 

GRENTZER. ROSE MARIE. 
Johnny Stranger. SEE Kleinsinger, 
George. 

GRETCHANINOV, ALEKSANDR TIKHONO- 

VICH, 1864- 

On the steppe; S. S. A. , by Alex. Gretchani- 
noff, arr. by Rob Roy Peery. (English 
text by Lee Ellis] (Bel win octavo, no. 
1052) [With piano ace] 15C ©on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
2Mar50; EP44619. 

GRfcTRY, ANDRtf ERNEST MODESTE, 
1741-1813. 

Bailettmusik; [by] A. Gretry, bearbetning: 
Sven E. Svensson. Partitur och piano - 
stamma. (Orkester repertoaren, 14) 
[Condensed score] © on arrangement; 
A. -b. Nordiska musikfOrlaget, Stock- 
holm; 4Nov49; EF0-2253. 

GREVER, MARIA, 1894- 
Begin the beguine. SEE Porter, Cole. 
Jubilee. 

GREVILLE-GASCOIGNE, ANTHONY. 
Because of you. SEE Sowande, Fela. 

GREY, FRANK HERBERT, 1883- 
Orchard magic; piano solo, [by] Frank 
Grey. 50£ © Theodore Presser Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 27Mar50; EP45205. 

[GRICE, HOMER L ] 

(Vacation Bible school joint service book) 
1950 Worship program and music; a 
supplement to the Vacation Bible school 
joint service book, [by Homer L. Grice] 
© Broadman Press, Nashville; 6Feb50; 
AA142275. 



GRIEG, EDVARD HAGERUP, 1843-1907. 
A dream; [by] Edward Grieg, arr. by Paul 
Vellucci. [English translation by Richard 
D. Row] (Row octavo series, 512) 
[Score: TTBarB and piano) 16C © on ar- 
rangement & English translation; R. D. 
Row Music Co., Boston; 16Mar50; 
EP44884. 
Strange music; [based on Wedding Day at 
Troldhaugen by Edvard Grieg], from 
the musical play Song of Norway. 
Duet, soprano and alto or baritone. 
Words and music by Robert Wright and 
George Forrest, arr. by William Stickles. 
(With piano ace. ] 75? © on arrangement; 
Chappell & Co. , inc. , New York; 
5May50; EP46344. 

GRIFFES, CHARLES T 
Night on ways unknown has fallen. Nacht 
leigt auf den fremden Wegen. [By] 
Charles T. Griffes, edited by Franz 
Rupp, [words by] Heinrich Heine, English 
version by Henry G. Chapman. (In Rupp, 
Franz, ed. Marian Anderson album of 
songs and spirituals, p. 68-70) © on 
editing; G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
Iljun48; EP44244. 

GRIFFIN, KEN. 
Souvenir waltz; music by Ken Griffin & M. 
Pazeller, lyric by Robert Lang [pseud. ] 
© Biltmore Music Corp., New York; 
12Dec49; EP43724. 

GRIFFIN, NANCY HEARN, 1873- 
Unto us a child is born. SEE 
Tovey, H. G. 



GRIFFITH. ALLEN, 
Howorth, Wayne, 1 



SEE 



GRIFFITH, CHARLES E. 
The Philippine progressive music 
series. SEE Parker, H. W. 

GRIFFITHS, DAVID. 
Somewhere at the end of the rainbow; by 
John Willis fc David Griffiths. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols; melody 
also in tonic sol-fa notation] l/- © Tonic 
Music Co.. London; 24Mar50; EFO-2641. 

GRIFFITHS, EDWARD ARTHUR, 1899- 
Peace in our time. SEE Browne, 
Murray. 

GRILL, JOAQUIN ADOLPH. 1914- 
Ah've got 'em; [from the show Ah've got 
•em] Words [by Jay Grill] and Barney 
Apfel, music by Jay Grill, [n. p. J 
Noveltoon Pub. Co. © Horsetrader Ed 
Pub. Co. , San Francisco; 28Mar50; 
EP45318. 

[GRIMALT, PEDRO SAINT-ANDREU] 1920- 
[Cecllla Valdes; score to motion picture, 
Cecilia Valdes, by Pedro Saint-Andreu 
Grimalt] [Score: orchestra] © Pedro 
Saint-Andreu Grimalt; 31Jan50; 
EU192272. 

GRIMM, C HUGO, 1890- 

*(Concertino, trumpet, op. 49) Concertino; 
for trumpet and orchestra, bv C. Hugo 
Grimm. [Score (trumpet and piano) and 
part] $1.50 © Albert J. Andraud, Cin- 
cinnati; 12Dec49; EP43255. 

GRIMM, ROWLAND, 1923- 
Window shopper; [by] Rowland Grimm. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Rowland Grimm; 14Feb50; EP44593. 

GRISSEN, CARL. 1882- 

*Six duets for two violins; by Carl Grissen. 

[Parts] $1.00 © The Willis Music Co., 

Cincinnati; 3Feb50; EP44263. 

GROF6. FERDtf, 1892- 
Atlantic crossing; by Ferde Grofe, [story 
and text by] Ethel LeVane. [Condensed 
score: chorus, orchestra, and narrator] 
© Ethel LeVane & Ferde Grofe; 26Jan50; 
EU194031. 



GROG AN, GRACE ELLIS, 1894- 
The Shepherd of Wicklow Hills; words 
and music by Grace Ellis Grogan. 1/- 
© The D'Olier Music Co. , Dublin; 
30Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EFO-3702. 

GROMIS, CARLO, 1867- 

* (Quartet, strings) Quartetto d'archi; in 

sol maggiore, [by] Carlo Gromis. 

[Miniature score] © Casa muaicale 

Giuliana, Societk a. r. 1 . , Trieste; 

lDec49; EFO-1973. 

GRONET, EDDIE. 
A girl, a boy, a dream; music by Eddie 
Gronet, words by Maurie Hartmann. 
© Cherio Music Publishers, inc.. New 
York; 28Dec49; EP43331. 
The flying red horse polka; piano solo by 
Eddie Gronet. 50£ © Cherio Music 
Publishers, inc., New York; 28Dec49; 
EP43332. 

GROSS. WALTER. 
I'll find a way; lyric by Don Lodice, music 
by Walter Gross, [arr. by Lou Halmy) 
© American Academy of Music, inc. , 
New York; 13Jun50; EP47317. 

GROSSMAN, BERNIE. 
After I've called you sweetheart, how 
can I call you friend? SEE Little, 
Jack. 

GROSVENOR, RALPH L 
What good does a long face do? TTBB 
accompanied, words and music by Ralph 
L. Grosvenor. (Harold Flammer choral 
series, 82150) 15£ © on arrangement; 
Harold Flammer, inc. , New York; 
20 Apr 50; EP45712. 

GROSZ, WILHELM, 1894-1939. 
In an old Dutch garden; music by Will 
Grosz, piano arrangement by Henry 
Levine. (Gotham classics, no. 101) 50£ 
© on arrangement; Harms, inc. , New 
York; 6Jan50; EP43632. 

♦Liebeslieder; fur eine hohe Singstimme 
mit Kammerorchester nach Volks- 
liedertexten von Wilhelm Grosz. Op. 10. 
Ausgabe fur Gesang und Klavier. 
(Universal -Edition, Nr. 6803) [For voice 
and piano] © Universal-Edition, Wien; 
25Feb22; EF15005. 

* Red-Riding-Hood; libretto by Rose Fyie- 
man, music by Will Grand [pseud. ] 
[Piano- vocal score] © The Oxford Univer- 
sity Pros, London; 21Apr49; DP -01. 
Rondels; drei Stlmmungsbilder fSr eine 
tiefe Singstimme mit Begleitung eines 
Kammerorchesters von Wilhelm Gross. 
Op. 11. [Words by Ernst Feigl, Georg 
Trakl and Viktor Aufricht] Ausg. ftlr 
Gesang und Klavier. (Universal -Edition. 
No. 6804) [Piano-vocal score] 
© Universal -Edition, Wien; 28Feb22; 
EF15010. 

♦Tanzsuite; fur Klavier zu zwei Hftnden, 
von Wilhelm Grosz. (Universal-Edition. 
Nr. 7129) [For piano] © Universal- 
Edition. Wien; 17Jun22; EF15430. 

GROTH. EINAR. 
Han skulde gaa ud efter 01; comedy- va Is, 
arr. av Einar Groth [and] Thore Arnryd. 
[For voice and piano] Kr. 1. 80 © on 
arrangement; Skandlnavlska Odeon ab, 
Stockholm; Uan46; EF 15259. 

Han skulde gaa ad efter 01; comedy-vals, 
arr. av Einar Groth [and] Thore Arnryd. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] kr. 2:25 © on arrangement; 
Skandlnavlska Odeon a. b. . Stockholm; 
Uan46; EF 15260. 

Lyckans meiodi; slowfox, musik: Einar 
Groth [and] Th. Arnryd, text: Einar 
Moberg, arrange mang: Charles Wild man 
[pseud.] [Piano-conductor score (orches 
tra) and parts; with words] Kr. 2:25 
© Sonora musikfOrlags ab, Stockholm; 
Uan47; EF15276. 



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GROTHE, FRANZ. 1908- 
Serenade der Nacht, serenade d' amour! 
Lied und langsamer Walzer, ^ext: 
Willy Dehmer, Musik: Franz Grothe. 
[German words) © Capriccio-Musikver- 
lag. GmbH. Berlin; 31Dec49; EFO-3421. 

GROTON. FREDERIC. 
To the spring; three -part chorus for 
women's voices, words and music by 
Frederic Groton. Op. 87. (Choruses 
for treble voices, no. 312-40047) 
[With piano ace] 18C ©Theodore 
Presser Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 5Apr50; 
EP45410. 

GROTTHUSS, DIETRICH EWALD. 
1751-1786. 

Zwei Klavierstucke. SEE Kreutz. 
A. E. 

GROVEN, ASLAUG R 
I denne s^de juletid; norsk folketone bearb. 
for sang og klaver. [arr. by] Eivind 
Groven. [Tonen uppskriven etter Aslaug 
R. Groven] 1.80/1.90 © Musikk-huset 
a/s, Oslo, Norway; 3Dec49; EF0-2979. 

GROVEN. EIVIND, 1901- 
I denne spde juletid. SEE Groven, 
A. R. 

GROVES, ROBERT SAMUEL, 1912- 
Loveiy flower, so gentle. SEE 
Handel, G. F. Berenice. 

GRUBAUER, OTHMAR. 1914- 
Ein kleines Lied. Refrain d'espoir. 
Langs. Walzer, Text und Musik von 
Othmar Grubauer, paroles francaiaes 
de Albert Favre. © Edition Royal. 
Bern, Switzerland; 15Apr49; EF15158. 

Paris; valse musette, Musik von Othmar 
Grubauer, paroles franchises de Albert 
Favre, arr. Harms Waldheim [pseud. ] 
[Piano- conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Edition Royal, Bern; 
3Jan50; EFO-1136. 

GRUBBS, RALPH JACKSON, 1921- 
Happy chorus; [by] Ralph J. Grubbs. 

[Close score: SATB] © Rev. Ralph J. 

Grubbs; 18Mar50; EP45873. AppL 

states prev. reg. 16Jan50, 190306. 
My Saviour's love; [by] Ralph J. Grubbs. 

[Close score: SATB] © Rev. Ralph J. 

Grubbs; 18Mar50; EP45874. Appl. states 

prev. reg. 27Jan50, 191571. 

GRUBER, FRANZ XAVER, 1787-1863. 
Silent night; [by Franz Gruber, arr. by 
Milton He ins oh n] [For voice and guitar] 
© on arrangement; The Aloha Music Co. , 
Corpus Christi, Tex.; 31Dec49; EP43573. 
(Stille Nacht, heiiige Nacht) Calme nuit, 
sainte nuit. Stille Nacht, heiiige Nacht. 
Silent night, holy night. [By Franz 
Gruber] Harmonization de Paul Berthier, 
texte francais [by] Georges Delrieu. 
Nice, G. Delrieu. [Score: SATB] © on 
arrangement & French words; Georges 
Delrieu; 15Sep49; EFO-1342. 

GRUNDSTROM, HELMER. 
Hem till kalian. SEE Ahnfeldt, Bengt. 
Hem till kalian. SEE Soderholm, 
V aide mar. 

GRUNENWALD. JEAN JACQUES, 1911- 
* F ant aisie- arabesque; [by] Jean-Jacques 
Gruenwald. [Score (oboe, clarinet, 
bassoon and harpsichord or piano] and 
parts] © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
30May50; EFO-3817. 

GUADAGNINI. GIOVANNI BATTISTA. 
The Guadagnini family of violin makers. 
SEE Doring, E. N. 

[GUARINO, GIAN MARIO] 1908- 
Oj muciaci; canzone samba, music a di 
Jean Gimme [pseud. ), parole di Filibello 
[pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Odeon, s.a., Milano; 20Feb50; 
EF0-2193. 



GUARNIERI. JOHN. 
Lookin' ahead today; words by Frank 
DeFelitta, music by John Guarnieri. 
© Mills Music, inc. , New York; 
20Mar50; EP45156. 

GUERRA PEIXE, CESAR, 1914- 
Pequeno duo; [for] violin y violonchelo, 
[by] C. Guerra Peixe. Montevideo, 
Editorial Cooperativa Interamericana de 
Compositores. (Publicaci6n, no. 58) 
[Score] © Instituto Interamericano de 
Musicologfa; 30Dec47; EF15C70. 
(Quartet, strings, no. 1) Cuarteto no. 1; 
2 violines, viola y violonchelo [by] C. 
Guerra Peixe. Montevideo, Editorial 
Cooperativa Interamericana de Compos- 
itores. (Publicaci6n no. 62) [Score] 
© Instituto Interamericano de Musicolo- 
gfa; 30Dec47; EF15029. 

GUERRA ZAYAZ, JEStis. 
Bartolo suelta el saco; guaracha, letra y 
miisica de Jesus Guerra, arr. de Juan 
E. Lazaga. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 50? 
© Peer y Compaflia, s. 1., Habana; 
30Dec49; EF0-1130. 

GUERRERO, EDMUNDO SALVADOR. 
Mi chamaquita; canci6n bolero, de Edmund o 
Guerrero, orquestaci6n de Noe Fajardo. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Promotora Hispano 
Americana de Miisica, s.a., Mexico; 
15Jun50; EFO-3733. 

GUERRERO, SERGIO. 
Cocktail. SEE Curiei, Gonzalo. 

Canas al aire. 
Esperanza. SEE Curiei, Gonzalo. 

Hipolito el de Santa. 
Sonar no cuesta nada. SEE 

Figueroa, Otilia. 
Viejas culpas. SEE Curiei, Gonzalo. 

El miedo Ueg6 a Jalisco. 

GUERRERO REYES, SALVADOR. 1923- 
La caoba. SEE Rodriguez Aigarra, 

Miguel. Romances y copias. 
La reina Juana. SEE Rodriguez 
Aigarra, Miguel. 

[GUGUELML LUIS GUGLIELMOl 1916- 

Mademolselle Hortensla; words by Bunny 
Lewis, music by Loulguy [pseud. ] 
London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 1/- 
© on English words; Editions musicales 
Hortensla; 18Nov49; EFO-1413. 

Valse brillante; du film Valse brillante, 
paroles de Andre Tabet, musique de 
Louiguy [pseud. ] © Societe d'editions 
musicales Internationales, Paris; 
15Nov49; EFO-2299. 

(Valse brillante) Je suis une femme; du 
film Valse brillante, paroles de Andre 
Tabet, musique de Louiguy [pseud. ) 
© Societe d' editions musicales Interna- 
tionales, Paris; 28Dec49; EFO-2861. 

La vie en rose; music by Louiguy [pseud. J, 
English lyric by Mack David, French 
lyric by Edith Piaf [pseud. ] 500 © on 
English lyrics; Harms, inc. , New York; 
27Mar50; EP45200. 



GUI, VITTORIO, 1885- 
Due corali. SEE Bach. J. 
Chorale preludes. 



S. 



GUIDALI. 
L 'ultimo valzer. 



SEE Mauro, L. 



GUIDALI, C. 
Due salti in famiglia. SEE Morini. F. 
Ferragosto. SEE Battagiia, G. 
Nostalgia. SEE Vazzana, G. 
Per sempre. SEE Lentini, G. 
Raggio d'oro. SEE Morini, F. 
Ricordi del passato. SEE Morini, F. 
Rosa rossa. SEE Puntar. 



Studentessa. SEE Marano, M. G. 

Ti ringrazio. SEE Morini, F. 

La torre di Babele; samba, musica di C. 
Guidali, testo di R. Friggieri, arrti. 
del Guidale. Milano, Ametiste. ( With 
Lentini. Malibu') [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Italian Book Co. ; 27Mar50; EFO-2982. 

GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND 

DRAMA, London. 

Examinations: Scales and arpeggios for 
pianoforte playing; compiled and edited 
by R. Barclay Wilson. (Its Official 
publications, ser. 3) 2/6 «) Joseph 
Williams, ltd. , London; Advanced 
(grade 7), 10Mar50; EFO-2221. 

Examinations: scales and arpeggios for 
pianoforte playing; compiled and edited 
by R. Barclay Wilson. (Its Official 
publications, ser. 3) 2/ -""© Joseph 
Williams, ltd. , London; Higher (grade 5), 
10Mar50; EFO-2219. 

Examinations: Scales and arpeggios for 
pianoforte playing; compiled and edited 
by R. Barclay Wilson. (Its Official 
publications, ser. 3) 2/- © Joseph 
Williams, ltd. , London; Intermediate 
(grade 6), 10Mar50; EFO-2220. 

Examinations: Scales and arpeggios for 
pianoforte playing; compiled and edited 
by R. Barclay Wilson. (Its Official pub- 
lications, ser. 3) 2/- ©Joseph Williams, 
ltd. London; Lower (grade 3) & Advanced 
lower (grade 4), lOMar50; EFO-2218. 

Examinations: Scales and arpeggios for 
pianoforte playing; compiled and edited by 
R. Barclay Wilson. (Its Official publica- 
tions, ser. 3) 1/6 ©Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London; Junion, Elementary (grade 
1) fc Upper elementary (grade2). 10Mar50; 
EFO-2217. 

GUILLAUME. EUGENE. 1882- 
Recreations; quatre pieces faciles pour 
piano, par Eugene Guiilaume. © A. 
Cranz, d. b.a. Editions A. Cranz. 
Bruxelles; 16Dec49; EFO-1213. 

GUILLAUME, MAURICE, 1899- 
Capriccietto, canzona, saltarello; 
pour clarinette si bemol et piano, par 
Maurice Guiilaume. Op. 23. [Score 
and part] 50fr. © Editions musicales 
Brogneaux, Bruxelles; 15May50; 
EFO-3715. 

GUILMANT. f£lTX ALEXANDRE. 1837- 

1911. 

(Sonata, organ, op. 56) Sonata in C 
minor. Op. 56. [By] Alexandre Guilmant, 
edited by T. Tertius Noble. 85? © on 
editing; G. Schirmer, inc. . New York; 
17Sep40; EP44483. 

GUINAN, JOSEPH. 
There's a rainbow forming; by Joseph 
Guinan, [instruction by Betty Glynn] 
(Oahu modern piano accordion course, 
[lesson] 27X) [With words] © on instruc- 
tion; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 6Mar50; 
EP46722. 

GUINAN, JOSEPH WILLIAM, 1888- 
A I ways be careful; safety first song, by 
Ray Marshall [pseud. ] fc Joseph Guinan. 
[For voice and piano] © Shelby Music 
Pub. Co., Detroit; 14Mar50; EP45010. 



GUION, DAVID W 1895- 

Love's supremacy; [Beloved], for voice 
and piano, by David Guion. [Words by 
W. Clark Harrington] 50(5 © G. Schirmer, 
inc.. New York; 14Mar50; EP45962. 
Mam'selle Marie; imaginary early 
Louisiana song of slavery, for three- 
part chorus of women's voices with 
piano accompaniment [by] David Guion, 
arr. by Carl Deis, [words by] Marie 
Lussi. (G. Schirmer, octavo no. 9895) 
160 © on arrangement; G. Schirmer. 
inc.. New York; 5Jun50; EP47249. 



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GUITERMAN. ARTHUR. 
House blessing. SEE La Forge, Frank. 

GUIZAR, PEPE. 
Noche de Xochimiico; cancidn mexicana, 

letra y musica de Pepe Guizar. 

© Promotora Hispano Americana de 

Musica, s.a. , MAxico; 13Mar50; 

EFO-2310. 
Primavera; canci6n ranchera, letra y 

musica de Pepe Gufzar. © Promotora 

Hispano Americana de Musica, s. a. , 

Mexico; 23Jun49; EF15239. 

GULLBERG, HJALMAR. 1898- 
For vilsna fOtter sjunger grSset. 
SEE Sflderlundh, B. A. 

GULLINO, GIUSEPPE, 1890- 
Intavolatura di balli. SEE 

Radino, G. M. 
Intavolatura di liuto. SEE Gostena, 
G. B. D. 

GULLMAR, KAI. pseud. SEE 
BergstrOm, Gulli, 1905- 

GULLSTRAND, ASTRID FORSELL- SEE 
Forseil-Gullstrand, Astrid. 

GUND, ROBERT, 1865-1927. 
Schweizer Volkslieder: Deutsche Schweiz; 
mit Klavier-begleitung, hrsg. von Robert 
Gund. Chansons populaires de la Suisse 
romande. (Universal-Edition, Nr. 5814b, 
5814c) [For voice and piano] © on ac- 
companiment fc editing; Universal-Edition, 
Wien; Heft 2-3, 21Jun22; EF15426-15427. 
*Sechs Ges&nge; [words] von Joseph 
Freiherrn von Eichendorff fii.* eine 
mittlere Singstimme und Klavierbeglei- 
tung von Robert Gund. Op. 40. (Universal- 
Edition, nr.7114) [For voice and piano] 
© Universal -Edition. Wien; 23May22; 
EF15428. 
*Sechs Lieder; fur eine mittlere Singstimme 
und Klavlerbegleitung von Robert Gund. 
Op. 39. [Words by Gottfried Keller, 
Johannes Schlaf, Ludwig Uhland and 
others] (Universal-Edition, Nr.7113) 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; 30May22; 
EF15469. 
* (Sonata, violin & piano, op. 33) Sonate, 
D moll; fur Violine und Klavier, von 
Robert Gund. Op. 33. (Universal- 
Edition, Nr.7112) [Score and part] 
© Universal-Edition. Wien; 16Sep22; 
EF15429. 
♦Stimme der Seele; ein Zyklus von sieben 
Gestagen aus Otto KOnigs gleichnamigen 
Poesien, fur eine mittlere Singstimme 
mit Klavlerbegleitung von Robert Gund. 
Op. 43. (Universal -Edition, Nr. 7115) 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; 30May22; 
EF15470. 

GUNG'L, JOSEPH, 1810-1889. 
Gung'l waltz rhapsody; [by Joseph Gung'l, 
arr. ] by Wilfred Burns [pseud. ], for 
piano and orchestra. [Score: 2 pianos] 
3/6 © on arrangement; Bosworth & Co. , 
ltd., London; 2Nov49; EFO-2179. 

GUNNE, EVELYN. 
The builders. SEE Hunt, P. F. 

GUNTER, SIDNEY LOUIE. 
Birmingham bounce; by Sid "Hardrock" 
Gunter, [arr. by Lou Halmy] [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © Home 
Town Songs, inc., Jim Bulliet Music 
Corp., Beverly Hills, Calif.; l5May50; 
EP46655. Appl. states prev. reg. 1950; 
EU. 

GUNTZ. WERNER, pseud SEE 
Wysocki, Gerd von, 1930- 

GURKA. JOE, 1921- 
At the ball waltz. SEE Hoven, George. 

Tony Baloney, the great M. C. 
SEE Hoven, George. 



GURM, pseud , 
Mascheroni, 



SEE 
Vittorio, 1895- 



GURNAUD, CHARLES LOUIS, 1908- 
^glantine. SEE Vineis, Y. F. 

GURRIERI, ALFREDO, 1904- 
Fontana silenziosa; beguine bolero, versi 
di U. Bertini, musica di A. Gurrieri. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Radio Record 
Ricordi, Milano; 20Apr50; EF0-3349. 

GURTNER, GISELA. 

Die Sonatine. SEE Scholz, Erwin 
Christian. 

GURZYNSKI, EDWARD WALTER, 1916- 
Tick tock polka; by Edward Gruzynski. 
West Albany, N. Y. , E. G. Music 
Pub. Co. [Parts: accordion band] 75£ 
© Edward Walter Gurzynski; 25Mar50; 
EP45885. 

GUSKI. STANLEY EDWARD. 
Tic -tock polka. SEE Lama, Gaetano. 
Tic-tock polka. SEE Martino, R. J. 

GUSTAF, FRITZ, p«ftud SEE 
SundeWT, Fritz Gustaf. 1895- 

GUTHEIM, KARLHEINZ, 1904- 
Hans im M&rchenland. SEE 
Nussio, Otmar. 

GUTHRIE, WAV A. SEE 
White, Wava (Guthrie) 1912- 

GUTIERREZ, BIENVENIDO JULIAN. 
Con reciprocidad; bolero, letra y musica 
de Bienvenido J. Gutierrez, arr. de 
Juan E. Lazaga. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
$0.50 © Peer y Cia. , s. 1. , Habana; 
27Apr50; EFO-3580. 
Te acordaras de mi; bolero, letra y 
musica de Bienvenido J. Gutierrez, arr. 
de Juan E. Lazaga. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words] 
50? © Peer y Compania, s. 1., Habana; 
31Dec49; EF0-1258. 

GUTIERREZ. JULIO. 
Boda campesina. SEE Gelabert, 

Jos6. 
Desesperacion; bolero, letra y maslca de 
Julio Gutierrez. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts; with words) 
€ Rumbalero Music, inc. , Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 23Jan50; EP44425. 
Una lagrima mfa. SEE Pla, Luisito. 
Mama does the mambo. SEE HIS 

Un poqulto de tu amor. 
Un mambo para ti; mambo, letra y musica 
de Julio Gutierrez, arr. [by] Peruchin. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts; with words] © Rumbalero Music, 
inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 23Feb50; 
EP44971. 
Me voy para New York. SEE Rosa, 

Orlando de la. 
Una melodia para recordarte; bolero, 
letra y musica de Julio Gutierrez, arr. 
de Bobby Hick. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $0. 50 
ctvs. © Peer y Cia. , s. 1. , Habana; 
31Dec49; EF0-1471. 
Un p'tit peu de ton amour. SEE HIS 

Un poqulto de tu amor. 
Un poqulto del tuo-amor; bolero mambo, 
testo itallano di Larlci [and] Testoni, 
testo originate e musica di Julio 
Gutierrez. Arr. by Horacio Diaz. Un 
poquito de tu amor. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© on Italian lyrics; Edizioni Southern 
Music, Milano; 3Feb50; EFO-3573. 
(Un poquito de tu amor) Mama does the 
mambo. Un poquito de tu amor. Music 
and Spanish lyric by Julio Gutierrez, 
English lyric by Frank Stanton and Bill 
Harrington. © on English lyrics; Peer 
International Corp. , New York; 31Jan50; 
EP44759. 



(Un poquito de tu amor) Un p'tit peu de ton 
amour. Un poquito de tu amor; bole>o- 
mambo. Paroles franc aises de Jacques 
Larue [pseud. ], paroles espagnoles et 
musique de Julio Gutierrez. © on French 
lyrics; Soci£te' d'lditions musicales Inter- 
nationales, Paris; 15Nov49; EFO-2297. 
Y yo sufriendo por ti; mambo, letra y 
miisica de Julio Gutierrez, arr. de 
Peruchin. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $0. 50 
© Peer y Compania, s.l. , Habana; 
HMay50; EFO-3294. 
Yo no se porque te quierp; bolero, letra 
y musica de Julio Gutierrez, arr. de 
Bobby Hick. [Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $0. 50 
© Peer y Cia., s.l., Habana; 28Dec4 9; 
EF0-2319. 

GUTTMANN, RICHARD, 1892- 
How was I to know; ballad, words by Arza 
Hitt, music by Richard Guttmann. 
© Franz Schubert Music Publisher, Ft. 
Worth, Tex.; 12Jan50; EP43541. 

GUZIO, GEORGE B 
I know a secret; words and music by Geo. 
Guzio, arr. by Harry Walton. © United 
Music, inc., Pittsburgh; lDec48; 
EP43265. 

GYLDMARK, HUGO GODTFRED 

SKOVGAARD, 1892- 

Ave Maria; [Pray'r in the twilight], from 
the radio play Ave Maria, music by Hugo 
Gyldmark, arr. for violin and piano by 
Tom Jenkins. [Score and part] 2/6 
© on arrangement; Keith, Prowae & Co. , 
ltd., London; 14Apr50; EFO-2606. 

GYLDMARK. SVEN, 1904- 
Cirkus-revyen 1949; musik: Sven Gyldmark, 
tekster: Erik Leth & Carl Viggo Meincke. 
K^benhavn, Hansen [1949] Contents 
separately registered: EF15536-15538. 
(Cirkus-revyen 1949) Byens iys; tekst: 
Rigoletto [pseud. ], musik: Sven Gyld- 
mark. (In. his Cirkus-revyen 1949. 
p. 4-5) ©"Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
K^benhavn; Uun49; EF 15537. 
(Cirkus-revyen 1949) H^r min gondoisang 
til dig; tekst: Erik Leth, musik: Sven 
Gyldmark. (In_his Cirkus-revyen 1949. 
p.6-[7]) © Wilhelm Hansen, musik-for- 
lag, Kjfoenhavn; Uun49; EF 15538. 
(Cirkus-revyen 1949) Jeg vil finde et 
sted; tekst: Erik Leth, musik: Sven 
Gyldmark. fin his Cirkus-revyen 1949. 
p. 2-3) © WiffieTnTHansen, musik-forlag, 
Kfteenhavn; Uun49; EF15536. 
Du har glemt min sang. SEE HIS 

Den stjaalne minister. 
Det haver jeg h^rt. SEE HIS 

Den opvakte jomfru. 
Hjfr min gondoisang til dig. SEE HIS 

Cirkus-revyen 1949. 
Jeg vil flnde et sted. SEE HIS 

Cirkus-revyen 1949. 
Jitterbug er dansen af 1 dag. SEE HIS 

Den stjaalne minister, 
pen opvakte jomfru) Det haver jeg hjfat; 
[from Den opvakte jomfru] tekst: Poul 
Henningsen, musik: Sven Gyldmark. 
© Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Kj&benhavn; 24Apr50; EFO-3620. 
(Den opvakte jomfru) Pige, var dit hjerte; 
[from Den opvakte jomfru], tekst: 
Poul Henningsen, musik: Sven Gyldmark. 
( With his (Den opvakte jomfru) Det haver 
jeg h^rt) [Two versions for voice and 
piano] © Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
K^benhavn; 24Apr50; EFO-3621. 
(Den stjaalne minister) Du har glemt min 
sang; tango fra Palladium -film en Den 
stjaalne minister. Musik: Sven Gyldmark, 
tekst: Erik Leth, arr. : Poul Clemensen. 
(Piccolo supplement, 309) [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] Kr. 3, 00 © Wilhelm Hansen musik- 
forlag. Kobenhavn; 13Sep49; EFO-1097. 

Pige, var dit hjerte. SEE HIS 
Den opvakte jomfru. 



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(Den stjaaLne minister) Jitterbug er dansen 
if i dag; boogie fra Palladium -filmen Den 
stjaalne minister. Musik: Sven Gyldmark, 
tekst: Erik Leth, arr. : Rene Grahn. 
(Piccolo supplement, 308) [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words] Kr. 3, 00 © Wilhelm Hansen 
musik -for lag, Kobenhavn; 13Sep49; 
EFO-1098. 



H 



H. G. T. ¥ _ 

Come what may. SEE Erickson, A. I. E. 

Keep looking to the Lord. SEE 
Berg, G. A. 

HAAG, GGSTA. 
Anderssons sommar-truddelutt. SEE 

BergstrOm, Gulli. 
Five minutes; foxtrot, musik och arr. : 
GOsta Haag. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] 2: - © Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan45; EF15315. 
Ska 1 man inte va' gla'. SEE Ahde, 

Sverker. 
Splendid tenor; foxtrot, musik och arr. : 
Gosta Haag. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts) 2:- © Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan45; EF15316. 

HAAS, JOSEPH. 1879- 

(Chorfeier -Suite, men's voices, op. 98, 
no. 1) Chorfeier- Suite; Nr. 1, Vorspruchf 
Drei Bitten; [by] Joseph Haas, op. 98, 
[words by] Emanuel Geibel. [Score: 
baritone and chorus (TTBB); unacc. ] 
© Schott & Co. . ltd. . Mainz; 30Dec49; 
EFO-3177. 
*Klangspieie; zehn kleine Stucke fur 
Klavier, von Joseph Haas. Op. 99. 
(Edition Schott, 4019) [For piano] 
© Schott 4 Co., ltd.. Mainz; 23Dec49; 
EFO-3185. 

Lieder vom Baum und Wald; sieben 
Gedichte von Johannes Linke fur eine 
Singstimme und Klavier, von Joseph 
Haas. Op. 97. (Edition Schott, 4020) 
© Schott & Co. , ltd. , Mainz; 16Mar50; 
EFO-3222. 

Schott' s Chorbuch. SEE 
Schott's Chorbuch. 

HACKNEY. BURNS L 
Sailor's dance; by Burns L. Hackney. 
[For piano] 30£ © J. Fischer & Bro. , 
Now York; 17Mar50; EP45036. 

[HACOUT, EDMOND] 1890- 
Nino guarto; paso doble, musique de 
Edach [pseud. ] [Piano- conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Editions F. 
Grare, Paris; 15Mar50; EFO-2796. 
Santa del Gario; paso doble, musique de 
Edach [pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts] © Editions F. 
Grare, Paris; 15Mar50; EFO-2795. 

HADDOCK. G MARSTON. 

Mass in honor of the Holy Child; for 
3 equal voices, by G. Marston Haddock. 
(Masses for three equal voices, no. 1701) 
[Unacc] 50? © McLaughlin fc Reilly 
Co., Boston; 18May50; EP47552. 

HADLEY, HENRY KIMBALL, 1871-1937. 
Pierrette; air de ballet [by] Henry Hadley. 
Op. 93, no. 2. Arr. by M. L. Lake. 
[Condensed score (band) and parts] 
© Carl Fischer, inc. , New York; 
6Jun2a ; EP46677. 

HAEGER, ROBERT, 1923- 
Dreaming. SEE Dai ley, J. A. 

HAGG, HANS. 
Sizzl av Lasso; text: Dan Anders son, 
mi sik: Hans Hagg. (Vara visor, 2) Kr 2: 
© Elkan fc Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, 
Stockholm; Uan46; EF14960. 



HANDEL, GEORG FRIEDRICH, 1685-1759. 
(Alcina) Ama, sospira; [aria dall 1 opera 
Alcina. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: 
Antonio Marc hi. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
( In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 62-68) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik -for lag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2059. 
(Alcina) Un momento di contento; [aria 
da 11' opera Alcina. By] G. F. Hind el, 
poesia: Antonio Marchi. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora, v. 3, p. 69-73) © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2060. 
(Alcina) Verdi prati; [aria dall' opera 
Alcina. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: 
Antonio Marchi. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1, 
p. 134-136) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2167. 
(Berenice) La be 11a mano che mi piagb. 
If heart from hand divided be, from the 
opera, Berenice, 1736-7 [by] George 
Frideric Handel, freely transcribed by 
Halsey Stevens. English version by Irma 
Brandeis. 50£ © on transcription & 
English version; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York; 14Mar50; EP45971. 
(Berenice) Lovely flower, so gentle. 
Handel's Minuet from Berenice, arr. as a 
song by Walter Adrian. [Second voice 
part added by Robert S. Groves] 2/- 
© on addition of second voice part; EUdn 
&Co., ltd., London; 15Mar50; EFO-2431. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 27May38. 
(Berenice) Sempre dolci, ed amorose. 
Be not always tender, adoring; from the 
opera Berenice, 1736-7, [by] George 
Frideric Handel, freely transcribed by 
Halsey Stevens. English version by Irma 
Brandeis. 750 © on transcription & 
English version; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 14Mar50; EP45970. 
Caro vol siete. SEE HIS 

Serse. 
Chaconne; by George Frederic Handel, 
biographical sketch and glossary, 
fingering, phrasing, general information, 
and instructive annotations on study and 
interpretation [by Li 1 lie -Mayes Dodd] 
(Art Publication Society [Progressive 
series of piano lessons] Progressive 
series compositions, catalog no. 501-2) 
35^ © on fingering, phrasing & text; 
Art Publication Society, St. Louis; 
26Jan50; EP44213. 
Dammi pace. SEE HIS 

Tamerlano. 
Deh! lasciateml. SEE HIS 

Tamerlano. 
Deux sonates; nouv. ed. rev. et 
annotee par L. Bleuzet. Paris, 
Editions Costellat, Lucien de 
Lacour. [Score (oboe and piano) 
and part] © on revision & anno- 
tations; Lucien de Lacour; Uul46; 
EF2788. 

Di tacere e di schernirmi. SEE HIS 
Serse. 

Figlia mia, non pi anger. SEfc HIS 
Tamerlano. 

♦ Five instrumental pieces; [by] George 
Frederic Handel, transcribed and edited 
for string orchestra, piano optional, by 
Paul Glass. [Score and parts] $3.25 
© on transcription; Broadcast Music, inc.. 
New York; 2lOct49; EP43294. 

Georg Friedrich Handel, esquisse 
biographique. SEE Ti6not, Yvonne. 

(Giustino) Ritrosa beilezza. O fair one, 
unrelenting; from the opera Giustino, 
1736, [by] George Frideric Handel, 
freely transcribed by Halsey Stevens. 
English version by Irma Brandeis. 60£ 
© on transcription fc English version; 
G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 14Mar50; 
EP45969. 



(Giustino) Vanne si, superba va! Go now 
hence, O proud one, gol From the 
opera Giustino [by] George Frederic 
Handel, freely transcribed by Halsey 
Stevens, English version by Irma 
Brandeis. 50£ © on transcription fc 
English version; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 8May50; EP46949. 
Hallelujah chorus. SEE HIS 

Messiah. 
I know that my Redeemer liveth. SEE HIS 

Messiah. 
Ingannata Romilda. SEE HIS 

Serse. 
♦(Jephtha) Overture to Jephtha; [by] G. F. 
Handel, arr. for organ by William 
Pearson. 3/- © on arrangement; 
Oxford University Press, London; 
15Dec49; EFO-1037. 
Lascia ch'io pianga. SEE HIS 

Rinaldo. 
Lovely flower, so gentle. SEE HIS 

Berenice. 
(Messiah) Hallelujah chorus; [from] the 
Messiah, [by] George Frederic Handel, 
orch. by Stuart B. Hoppin. [Parts: 
band] © on arrangement; C. C. Birchard 
& Co., Boston; 7Mar50; EP44813. 
(Messiah) I know that my Redeemer liveth; 
S.A.T.B., soprano solo. ByG.F. 
Handel, arr. byC. Albert Scholin, 
[text from Scripture] (Belwin octavo, 
no. 1017) [With piano ace. ] 15? © on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
17Jan50; EP43559. 
Un momento di contento. SEE HIS 

Alcina. 
Ne men con 1' ombre. SEE HIS 

Serse. 
Non so se sia la speme. SEE HIS 

Serse. 
O sing unto the Lord; S. A. , [by] G. F. 
Handel, arr . by C . Albert Scholin, words 
by Ruth B. Scholin. (Belwin octavo, 
no. 994) [With piano ace] 15£ © on ar- 
rangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
10Jan50; EP43410. 
O sing unto the Lord; S. A. T.B. [By] 
G. F. Handel, arr. byC. Albert Scholin, 
words by Ruth B. Scholin. (Belwin 
octavo, no. 993) [With piano reduction] 
15£ © on arrangement; Belwin, inc.. 
New York. 10Jan50; EP43436. 
Ombra mai fh. SEE HIS 

Serse. 
Overture to Jephtha. SEE HIS 

Jephtha. 
Parolette, vezzi e sguardi. SEE HIS 

Rinaldo. 
Quella che tutta fe. SEE HIS 

Serse. 
(Rinaldo) Lascia ch'io pianga; [aria dall 1 
opera Rinaldo. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: 
Giacomo Rossi. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1, 
p. 129-131) ©on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2165. 
(Rinaldo) Parolette, vezzi e sguardi; [aria 
dall 1 opera Rinaldo. By] G. F. Handel, 
poesia: Giacomo Rossi. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora, v. 1, p. 140-149) © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2169. 
(Rinaldo) Scorta rea; [aria daH'opera 
Rinaldo. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: 
Giacomo Rossi. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p7~54-58) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2057. 
(Rinaldo) Sorge nel petto; [aria dail'opera 
Rinaldo. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: 
Giacomo Rossi. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
( In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, 
p. 59-61) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2058. 
Ritrosa beilezza. SEE HIS 
Giustino. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HANDEL, GEORG FRIEDRICH. 1685-1759. 

Cont'd. 

Scorta rea. SEE HIS 

Rinaldo. 
♦Semele; dramatisk dikt, (by] G. F. Handel. 
Uvertyr [andj gavott, bearbetning: 
Sven E. Svensson. Partitur och piano 
sttmma. (Orkester repertoaren, 8) 
[Condensed score] © on arrangement; 
A. -b. Nor disks musikforlaget, Stockholm; 
4Not49: EF0-2258. 

(Semele) Where'er you walk; S.S.A., 
[from Semele, by] G. F. Handel, arr. 
by C. Albert Scholin. (Belwin octavo, 
no. 1002) [With piano ace. ] 15C © on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
10Jan50: EP43409. 
Sempre dolci, ed amorose. SEE HIS 
Berenice. 

(Serse) Caro vol siete; [aria dall' opera 
Serse. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: Nicolo 
Mlnato. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppeaen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, 

G. 126-127) © on harmonization; Wil- 
elm Hansen, muaik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2122. 

(Serse) Di tacere e di schernirmi; [aria 
dall' opera Serse. By] G. F. Handel, 
poesia: Nicol6 Minato. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora, v. 1, j.. 137-139) © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2168. 

(Serse) Ingannata Romilda; [recitatlvo e 
duetto dall'opera Serse. By] G. F. 
Handel, poesia: Nicolb Minato. Edited 
by Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppeaen, Knud, 
ed. La flora, v. 3, p. 132-133) ©on 
harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, musik- 
forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2079. 

(Serse) Ne* men con l'ombre; [aria dall' 
opera Serse. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: 
Nicol6 Minato. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In Jeppesen, Knud. ed. La flora, v. 2, 
p. 120-121) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2119. 

(Serse) Non so se sia la speme; [aria dall' 
opera Serse. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: 
Nicolo Minato. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
(In_ Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2. 
p. 128-130) © on harmonization; 
Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, Copen- 
aghen; lSep49; EFO-2123. 

(Serse) Ombra mai fu; [aria dall 1 opera 
Serse. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: Nicolb 
Minato. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 1, 
p. 132-133) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2166. 

(Serse) Que 11a che tutta fe; [aria dall' 
opera Serse. By] G. F. Handel, poesia: 
Nicol6 Minato. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. 
fin Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, 
p. 122-123) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2120. 

(Serse) Vol mi dlte; [aria dall' opera Serse. 
By] G. F. Handel, poesia: Nicolo Minato. 
Edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In_ Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 124-125) 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 13ep49; 
EFO-2121. 

Sonata for musical clock; arr. & edited 
for the pianoforte by Cyril Clarke. 2/- 
© on arranging & editing; Chappell & 
Co., ltd., London; 10Feb50; EFO-1836. 

♦(Sonata, 2 clarinets & hunting horn) 

Sonata in D major for 2 clarinets and horn, 
originally corno di caccia, or 3 clarinets 
in B b , [by] Handel. Edited for practical 
performance by J. M. Coopersmith and 
Jan La Rue. [Score and parts] $2. 50 
© on correction of Urtext it arrangement; 
Mercury Music Corp. , New York; 
6Apr50; EP45413. 



Sorgo nel petto. 
Rinaldo. 



SEE HIS 



(Tamer Lano) Dammi pace; [aria dall'opera 
Tamer lano. By] G. F. Htndel, poesia: 
Agostino Piovene. Edited by Knud 
Jeppesen. (In Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La 
flora, t. 3, p. 38-44) © on harmoniza- 
tion; Wilhelm Hansen, musik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EFO-2054. 
(Tamer lano) Deh! lasciatemi; [aria 
dall'opera Tamer lano. By] G. F. Htndel, 
poesia: Agoatino Piovene. Edited by 
Knud Jeppesen. (In Jeppeaen, Knud, ed. 
La flora, y. 3, pr~?5-51) © on harmoni- 
zation; Wilhelm Hansen, muaik-forlag, 
Copenaghen; lSep49; EF0-2055. 
(Tamer lano) Figlia mia, non pianger; 
[aria dall'opera Tamer lano. By] G. F. 
Htndel, poesia: Agostino Piovene. 
Edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In_ Jeppesen, 
Knud, ed. La flora, v. 3, p. 52-53) 
© on harmonization; Wilhelm Hansen, 
musik-forlag, Copenaghen; lSep49; 
EF0-2056. 

(Tamer lano) n Tartaro ami Asteria; 
[recitativo ed aria dall* opera Tamer lano. 
By] G. F. Handel, poesia: Agostino 
Piovene. Edited by Knud Jeppesen. (In 
Jeppesen, Knud, ed. La flora, v. 2, p. 
131-135) © on harmonization; Wilhelm 
Hansen, musik-forlag, Copenaghen; 
lSep49; EFO-2124. 
II Tartaro ama Asteria. SEE HIS 

Tamer lano. 
Te Deum; [by] George Frideric Handel, 
English version by R. L. Beckhard. 
(In Rupp, Franz, ed. Marian Anderson 
album of songs and spirituals, p. 12-13) 
[Latin and English words] © on English 
words; G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 
lljun48; EP44231. 
Vanne si, superba va! SEE HIS 

Giustino. 
Verdi prati. SEE HIS 

Alcina. 
Voi mi dite. SEE HIS 
Serse. 
* Water music suite; an original band work 
by George Frederick Handel, [arrange- 
ment by Hershy Kay] Full st*re. $3. 50 
© on arrangement; Theodore Presaer Co. , 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 23Jun50; EP47578. 
♦Water music suite; an original band work 
by George Frederick Handel, [arrange- 
ment by Hershy Kay] [Condensed score 
and parts] $7.50 © on arrangement; 
Theodore Presser Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 
23Jun50; EP47579. 
Water musick; [by] Handel, arr. for 
organ by J. Stuart Archer. 3/6 © on 
arrangement, W. Paxton & Co . ltd. . 
London; 31Jun49, EFO-1411. 
Where'er you walk. SEE HIS 

Semele. 
Xerxes. SEE HIS 
Serse. 

HANDLER, HARRY, 1914- 
Onkel Andreas; musikk: Harry Htndler, 
tekst: Rolf Nilsen. Kr. 2, 25 © A/s. 
Edition Herman!, now: Oscar Skau a/s. , 
Oslo, Norway; 19Nov45; EF15243. 

HASSLER. JOHANN WILHELM, 1747-1822. 

*Vier und zwanzig kleine EtQden; in 

Walzerform durch alle Tonarten, von 
Johann Wilhelm Htssler, hrsg. von 
Erich Doflein. (Edition Schott, 2830) 
[For piano] © on editing & arrangement; 
Schott & Co. , ltd. , Mainz; 30Dec49; 
EFO-3184. 

HAFIS. 
Persisk sang fran Schiras; av Hafis 
[svensk text: E. Kolmodin-Blom] 
[Swedish and Persian words] Kr. 2:- 
© Elkan & Schildknecht, Emil Carelius, 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF14973. 

HAGEMAN, RICHARD. 1882- 
O why do you walk? [By] Richard Hageman. 
[words by] Frances Cornford. [For 
voice and piano] 50£ © Galaxy Music 
Corp. , New York; 26Apr50; EP45905. 

HAGEN, EARLE. 
This and no more. SEE Mark, Stephen. 



HAGGARD, MILDRED LUCY. 
I will trust Him. SEE Tovey, H. G. 
The sun is setting. SEE Tovey, H. G. 

HAGGIN, BERNARD H. 

•Music in The Nation. [Prev. pub. as a 
series of newspaper columns] New York, 
Sloane. 376 p. © on full-length book 
version; Bernard H. Haggln; 18Nov49; 
A41491. 

♦Music on records; a new guide to the 

music, the performances, the recordings. 
4th ed., rev. New York, Knopf, 1946. 
279 p. © on new material & book as a 
whole; B. H. Haggin; 29Aug45; A42666. 

HAGLER, JACOB ANDREW, 1902- 
I'm in a melancholy mood; words and 
music by J. A. Hagler. © Jacob Andrew 
Hagler; 21Mar50; EP45154. 

HAGQUIST, WILHELM. 
Sov i sommarsus. SEE Lundvik, Hildor. 

HAGSTROM, EMIL. 
I Rosenhult och Solby. SEE 
Degerman, Rolf. 

HAHN, GUNNAR, 1908- 
D5 vantar jag vid v&garna. SEE 

BOrje, Anders. 
♦GOtisk svit. Suite gothique. [By] Gunnar 
Hahn. (Orkester repertoaren, 7) 
© A. b. Nordiska musikfOrlaget, Stock- 
holm; 5Mar49; EF14671. Score (string 
orchestra) and parts. 
Marche humoristique. SEE Svensson, 
Bernhard. 

HAIDU, CONRAD ALBERT 
Shadowland; words by Wally Reiche, music 

by Conrad Haidu. © Athon Music Co. , 

Chicago; 17Apr50; EP45622. 
Tonight and always; words by Wally Reiche, 

music by Conrad Haidu. © Athon Music 

Co., Chicago; 10Apr50; EP46083. 

HAIEFF, ALEXEI, 1914- 
(Sonata, 2 pianos) Sonata for two pianos; 
[by] Alexei Haieff. [Score] © Boosey 
& Hawkes, inc.. New York; 10Apr50; 
EU200352. 

HAINES, EDNA MAE, 1900- 
Father; ballad, words and music by Edna 
M. Haines. [Arr. by Alice Bredesen] 
San Francisco, J. L. Haines. © Edna 
Mae Haines; 25May50; EP46808. Appl. 
states prev. reg. EU203781. 

HAINES, JACK L 1887- 

How can I forget you? Waltz song, words 
and music by Jack L. Haines, [arr. by 
Alice Bredesen) © Jack L. Haines, San 
Francisco; 10Feb50 (in notice: 1949); 
EP44484. Appl. states prev. reg. 
14Dec49; no. 189172. 



HAINS, FREDDY, 
Eklund, Hans. 



pseud. SEE 



HAINS, S. B., 1908- 
Ne'er-do-well. SEE McCarron, Earl. 

HAJOS. JOSEPH, 1907- 
(Tales of five cities) Printemps perdu; 
valse chantee du film Tales of five 
cities, paroles de Andre Tabet et Jacques 
Companeez [pseud. ], musique de Joe 
Hajos. © Societe d' editions musicales 
Internationales, Paris; 15Mar50; 
EFO-2913. 

HALAMA. FRANK JEROME, 1903- 
You're always reaching for the moon; 
words and music by Frank J Halama. 
© Frank J. Halama Publications, 
Chicago; 15May50; EP46326. 



HALEY, JACK. 
I'll try to forget. 



SEE Chanslor, Hal. 



100 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



HALGERSON. ALVIN, 1892- 
Orange Blossom Trail; music by Alvln 
Halgerson, words by Robert Stuart 
Bowen. © Robert S. Bowen, Tampa. 
Fla.; lDec49; EP43376. 

HALL. ANTHONY TITUS. 
Playtime march; for piano, by Anthony 

Hall, l/- ©Allan* Co., pty. ltd., 

Melbourne; 20Mar50; EFO-3757. 
The skater; for piano, by Anthony Hall. 

© Allan k. Co. , pty. ltd. , Melbourne; 

HDec49; EFO-3373. 

HALL, CHARLOTTE GOOLD, 1893- 
Song of Lee County; words fc music by 
Charlotte Goold Hall. © Charlotte 
Goold HalL Sanford, N. C. ; 15May50; 
EP46992. 

HALL. CLARENCE. 
Freckle face girl. SEE Jones, H. C. 

HALL. DAVID. 
All alone and lonely; words by Juanita I. 

Williams, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

6Sep49; EP46555. 
All because I love you so; words by 

Clarence Dyal, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

TAug49; EP46189. 
Along came you; words by Alice Lesch, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Sep49; 

EP46472. 
And, darling, so it goes; words by Jean 

Stewart, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 

Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Sep49; 

EP46478. 
Angel in white; words by Max Lovenaon, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co. . Hollywood, Calif . ; 13Jun49; 

EP45794. 
Another tomorrow; words by Hal lie Tyson, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co., Hollywood, Calif . ; lAug49; 

EP46132. 
As days go by; words by Don Haywood, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 19Jul49; 

EP45807. 
As we lingered in the shade; words by 

Milton A. Miilross, music by David 

Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood. 

Calif. ; 25Jun49; EP45839. 
Baby, you're mine; words by Joe Hefner, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Sep49; EP46464. 
Be a little forgiving when you're thinking 

of me; words by Mary Etta Kenyon, music 

by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. . 

Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug49; EP46180. 
Beware of your heart; words by Jake 

Kern, music by David Hail. © Nordyke 

Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif . ; 2Dec49; 

EP45801. 
The boogy woogie mess around; words 

by Maudie Young, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

lAug49; EP46136. 
Cabin in the pines; words by Freda 

Meyers, music by David Hall. 

€> Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 

7Jun49; EP45790. 
Caring; words by Ida Meyers, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 

Hollywood, Calif.; lAug49; EP46210. 
Dance in my arms; words by Ruth Barra- 

c lough, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug49; 

EP46181. 
Darling, I'll be home tomorrow; words 
by Raymond Tomasso, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif. ; 7Jun49; EP45851. 
Daydreaming; words by Gloria Valmassy, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; lAug49; 
EP46148. 
Did ya' know? Words by Melba Lee 
[pseud. J, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
6Sep49; E T> 46469. 



Don't be happy; words by Robert Black, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Aug49; 
EP46183. 
Don't break my heart; words by Charles 
Pr ins low, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif . ; 
25Jun49; EP45834. 
Don't let my love go idle; words by R. W. 
Keelen, Sr., music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
9Sep49; EP46459. 
The dumb bunny song; words by Bray 
McKay, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Sep49; 
EP46194. 
Ever yours; words by Eddie Mc La whom, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Jun49; 
EP45779. 
Every day; words by Beulah M. Hurst, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; Uul49; EP46176. 
Evylen; words by Michael McDonald, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug49; EP46193. 
For just a single day; words by Uriah 
Wilbur n Walker, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. , 
26Jui49; EP46166. 
Girl in my dreams; words by Rosa lee 
Treat, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 23May49; 
EP45818. 
Golden charms; words by Clara Warring- 
ton, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Aug49; 
EP46160. 
The harmonica waltz; words by Bob A. 
Evans, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug49; 
EP46190. 
Here's my heart; words by Gertrude Anne 
Luedtke, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
2Dsc49; EP45795. 
Honey-eyed gal. SEE Woodward. J. R. 
How am I to know it's really spring? 
Words by Georgena Woodruff, music by 
David Hail. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood. CaUf. ; 28Jul49; EP45859. 
How can you forget? Words by Lillian 
H. Spruill, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
13Jun49; EP45828. 
I could dream a million dreams; words 
by John C. Kiipatrick. music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood. 
Calif. ; 7Jun49; EP45803. 
I hadn't ought to told you, but I did; words 
by Fredric D. Jones, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif.; Uul49; EP46179. 
I have a song; words by Christie Pace, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 15Jun49 ; 
EP45846. 
I love you, my darling, I love you; words 
by Harper Evans, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
6Sep49; EP46538. 
I love you, yes, I love you, I do; words 
by Joseph Tarride, Sr. , music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif. ; 16May49; EP45853. 
I saw him in my dream; words by Bess 
Lomax Lowry, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
6Sep49; EP46475. 

I want to be with you, dear; words by 
Evelyn Morehouse, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif. ; 15Jun49; EP45826. 

If I could only tell you; words by Clyde 
LaLanne, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Cnlif. ; 
9Sep49; EP46504. 

If I could write a song; words by Icea M. 
Robison, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif . ; 
15Jun49; EP45837. 



I'll always love you; words by Charles W. 
Hope, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 6Sep49; 
EP46512. 
I'll have no dream tnat's not a or earn oi 
you; words by Robert C. Poison, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood. Calif.; 9Aug49; EP46200. 
I'll just pretend this Christmas, words by 
Olive Wright Clark, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 
2Dec49; EP45142. 
I'm happy when you're near; words by 
Alice T. Elliott, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , HoUywood, CaUf. ; 
26May49; EP45783. 
I'm lonely tonight; words by Homer 
Franklin Watson, Jr. , music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , HoUywood, 
CaUf. ; 16May49; EP45864. 
I'm making progress; words by Ora A. 
Morgan, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
9Jun49; EP45825. 
In my deepest dream; words by Donald 
D. Miller, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. : 
25Jun49; EP45792. 
The isle of broken dreams; words by 
Juanita Novotny, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
10ct49; EP46482. 
It's no sin; words by Johnny Daum, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood, Calif.; 9Sep49; EP46517. 
It's nothing more than just a dream; words 
by Julia Ann Zilko, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , HoUywood, CaUf. ; 

3Aug49; EP46135. 
It's so wonderful; words by Nolan Sisk, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co.. Hollywood, Calif.; 9Sep49; 
EP46212. 
It's you I adore; words by Alice B. Kinney. 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 7Jun49; 

EP45805. 
Jilted; words by Mittie Jones, music by 

David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 

HoUywood, Calif.; 2Dec49; EP45797. 
June is just another month to me; words by 

Stephen Papesh, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

10ct49; EP46481. 
Lily of the valley; words by Ada Maria 

Wells, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 

Pub. Co., HoUywood, Calif. ; 7Jun49; 

EP45862. 
Little bit of love; words by Vernon Blake, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co. , Hollywood, CaUf. ; 9Sep49; 

EP46543. 
A Uttle town in Texas; words by Frank 

Vincer, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 

Pub. Co. , HoUywood, CaUf. ; 7Jun49; 

EP45867. 
Lonely cowboy; words by Edward A. Clark, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co., HoUywood, Calif. ; 260ct49; 

EP46524. 
Lonely for you, dear; words by Allen Lane, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co. , Hollywood, CaUf. ; 270ct49; 

EP46500. 
Looking for love; words by LaNeil King, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co. , Hollywood, CaUf. ; 13Jun49; 

EP45804. 
Love wUl forever be love; words by 

Jimmie Rainsford, Music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 

9Aug49; EP46223. 
Love with all your heart; words by George 

Evans, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 

Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 25Jun49; 

EP45774. 
Lovelight; words by Bob Shand, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 9Aug49; EP46228. 
Love's our career; words by Ilene Moore, 
music by David Hail. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, CaUf. ; 23May49; 
EP45842. 



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HALL. DAVIU Cont'd. 
Memories of home; words by R. N. DeAn- 
gelo, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood. Calif.; 9Sep49; 
EP46506. 
Miami, my home sweet home; words by 
Louise Hess Vittitow, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, 
CaUf. ; 9Aug49; EP46169. 
Moonlight and memories; words by John F. 
Leavitt, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
9Aug49; EP46205. 
Moonlight and shadows; word* by Harry 
Ketner, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 
25Jun49; EP45802. 
My dream man; words by Amanthia Mae 
Arthur, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; lAug49; 
EP46191. 
My dreams would all come true if I only 
had you; words by R. Johnson, music 
by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif. ; 15Jun49; EP45773. 
My little old violin; words by Margaret 
R. Viens, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
20May49; EP45868. 
My love for you will die at dawn; words 
by Jean Miller, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif . ; 
26May49; EP45793. 
My only one; words by Clyde E. Stanley, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 15Jun49; 
EP45857. 
My secret love; words by Margaret 
Butzke, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif .; 260ct49; 
EP46521. 
My Stone Mountain tulip; words by Connor 
Bass, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co.. Hollywood, Calif. ; 260ct49; 
EP46545. 
Naturally we had to fall in love; words by 
Sarah O'Connell, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 
25May49; EP45781. 
Need I say more; words by Edward Wells, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 25Apr49; 
EP45547. 
New thrill; words by Maurice O'Donohoe, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Jun49; 
EP45782. 
No girl like Marie; words by Ernest 
Manley, Jr., music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
260ct49; EP46470. 
No one to love; words by Johnnie Mae 
Smith, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 6Sep49; 
EP46215. 
Now it can be told; words by Helen Stevens, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 15Jun49; 
EP45856. 
Now it's too late; words by Carol Wood, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood. Calif . ; 7Jun49; 
EP45860. 
Oh, what pleasure is the hunter's song; 
words by Alfred Benjamin, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif. ; 25Jun49; EP45778. 
Okie baby of mine; words by Vesta Trapp, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 26Jul49; 
EP46146. 
One and one are two; words by Herbert 
Hill, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif . ; 6Sep49; 
EP46463. 
One, two, three; words by Inez Toy, music 
by David Hail. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif. ; 25Jun49; EP45849. 
One year too late; words by Clarence 
Cryer, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co.. Hollywood, Calif .; 2fiOct49; 
EP46540. 



Our beautiful Mother's Day; words by 
Joseph Tarog, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. . Hollywood, 
Calif.; 26May49; EP45854. 

Our love will come again; words by 
Myrtle Hodgkinson, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, 
Calif. ; 25Jun49; EP45808. 

The Paint in the old corral; words by 
Lowry C. Hall, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif ; 
22Jul49; EP45776. 
Peppermint Town, words by Elsie St John 
Sieger, music by David Hall © Nordyke 
Pub Co , Hollywood, Calif , 9Sep49, 
EP46229 
Prairie Rose; words by Gordon Wallace, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood. Calif.; 15Aug49; 
EP46165. 
The rainbow's end in Hawaii; words by 
Roscoe C. Hillsman, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif.; 9Sep49; EP46462. 
Red rose waltz; words by Charles B. 
Walker, music by David Hail. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif . ; 
26Jul49; EP46167. 
Riding on the trail; words by Clyde 
Morris, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 270ct49; 
EP46486. 
The right time for love; words by 
Charles Temple, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
15Jun49; EP45852. 
Roanah; words by Lorimer Vickery, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 20May49; 
EP45869. 
Say the old way will do; words by Talente 
Holden, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 6Sep49; 
EP46535. 
Seattle; words by Lew West, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood. Calif , 25Apr49; EP45546. 
A shell beside the sea; words by Mary 
P. Nichols, music by David Hail. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
26May49; EP45780. 
Silly little lovers; words by Robert C. 
Mitchell, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
7Jun49; EP45841. 
Since you've gone; words by Carl E. Stone, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 7Jun49; 
EP45855. 
Slipping thru my fingers; words by Jack 
Laurel, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Aug49; 
EP46137. 
Snow man; words by Carl K. Whitehead, 
music by David Hail. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Aug49; 
EP46155. 
So long; words by Esse Hamot, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif.; 19Jul49; EP46172. 
Somebody to love me; words by Jan Good- 
win, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug49; 
EP46171. 
Somewhere; words by Mary Hengeveld, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug49; EP46173. 
Sorry; words by Dona Elaine Walton, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 3Aug49; EP46163. 
Star eyes; words by Bernice M. Kaupang, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 13Jun49; 
EP45799. 
Stingy wingy pingy; words by Marie 
Marsala, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif .; 260ct49; 
EP46493. 
Sweet Caroline; My greatest joy, words 
by J. C. Dawn [pseud. ], music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, 
Calif. ; lAug49; EP46162. 



Sweet Kitty Malone from Athlone; words 
by Caroline Burke, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
9Sep49; EP46519. 
Take me back to Mississippi; words by 
Liza Lee [pseud. ] music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
26Jul49; EP46141. 
There is something wrong with you; words 
by Abner J. McDannel, music by David 
Hall. ©Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46484. 
This is my life; words by Eva Hughes, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood. Calif. ; 9Aug49; 
EP46175. 
The thought of you; words by Phil Pushkin, 
music by David Hail. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif . ; 23May49; 
EP45835. 
Time alone; words by Audrey J. Blair 
[pseud. J, music by David Hail. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
9Sep49; EP46556. 
To someone you're important; words by 
Joseph M. Stanfiil, music by David 
Hail. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood. 
Calif. ; 15Jun49; EP45827. 
The treasure state; words by Alva Mae 
Mufich, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 9Aug'9; 
EP46192. 
True love's the greatest thing; words 
by Mildred R. Lindeman, music by 
David Hail. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 
Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Jun49; EP45813. 
Utah waltz; words by Otis C. Johnson, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 25Jun49 ; 
EP45812. 
Vision in my heart; words by Lucille 
Velio, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood. Calif. ; 2Aug49; 
EP46170. 
Waltz of the dewdrops; words by Carl 
Vaughan, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
6Sep49; EP46549. 
Waltzing with a picture of you; words by 
Louise P. Skinner, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
9Aug49; EP46213. 
We met too late; words by Estelle Wheeler, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co. , Hollywood. Calif. ; 2Aug49; 
EP46156. 
We were like perfect strangers; words by 
Ronald E. Doyle, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 
260ct49; EP46510. 
Wearing my heart on my sleeve; words by 
Helen O'Donnell, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollvwood, Calif. ; 
6Sep49; EP46196. 
What a lovely night; words by George T. 
Hoff, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood. Calif.; Uul49; 
EP46174. 
When love comes in; words by June 
Walling, music by David Hall. © Nor- 
dyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif . ; 
6Sep49; EP46553. 
When we were kids a long time ago; words 
by Sidney Wallace, music by David Hall. 
© Nordyke Pab. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
6Sep49; EP46551. 
When you look at me like you do. Babe; 
words by Dean Hasner, music by David 
Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co., Hollywood, 
Calif.; 2Dec49; EP46466. 
Wishful thinking; words by Angeline Kai, 
music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46460. 

Wondering why; words by Eathel B. 
McCulloch, music by David Hail. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
15Jun49; EP45822. 

Won't you put in a little word for me? 
Words by Charles Hotaling, music by 
David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood. Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46513. 



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Words and music; words by Amos Ojeda, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co. , Hollywood. Calif. ; 9Sep49; 

EP46197. 
World of flowers; words by E. Lee Smith, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co.. Hollywood, Calif .; 6Sep49; EP46214. 
Would his heart still go thump, thump, 

thump? Words by Peggy Paige [pseud. ], 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 9Sep49; EP46548. 
You have danced right into my heart; 

words by John A. Richards, music by 

David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 

Hollywood, Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46225. 
You just furnish the dough; words by 

Marie McFerrin, music by David Hall. 

© Nordyke Pub. Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 

9Sep49; EP4P483. 
You made me care; words by John A. R. 

Koch, music by David Hall. © Nordyke 

Pub. Co. . Hollywood, Calif. ; 1 Jul49; 

EP46203. 
Your love for me is like the seasons; 

words by Hubert Thompson, music by 

David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. Co. , 

Hollywood. Calif. ; 26Jul49; EP46144. 
You're home; words by Joseph Venturella, 

music by David Hall. © Nordyke Pub. 

Co., HoUywood. Calif.; 16May49; 

EP45870. 

HALL. FRED. 
1 had trouble with you before; words and 
music by Carroll Loved ay and Fred Hall. 
© Bregman, Vocco & Conn, inc.. New 
York; 27Mar50; EP45202. 

HALL. GEOFFREY. 
New musical nursery rhymes for old: 
Three-dimensional music; [by Geoffrey 
Hall. Manchester, Eng. , True AimJ 
[Melodies with words] © Tri-angie 
Publications, inc.; no. 1, HJan50; lc 
16Mar50; AI-2651. 

HALL, HARRY, pseud . SEE 
Sandauer, Heinz. 

HALL, HELEN. 
So tall a tree; lyric and music by Helen 
(Teddy) Hall. © Supreme Music Corp. , 
New York: 23May50; EP46823. 

HALT., JUANITA. 
Love can hurt you; lyric by Langston 
Hughes, music by Juanita Hall. © Alamo 
Music, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 
15May50; EP46889. 



HALL, KATHLEEN, 
Stickles, William, 



SEE 



HALL, LOWRY C. 
The Paint in the old corral. SEE 
Hall, David. 

HALL, MELBA NEAL. 
Did ya' know? SEE Hall, David. 

HALL, PAUL DWIGHT, 1923- 
Full and overflowing; [by] Dwight Hall, 
arr. by Lawrence R. Schoenhals, [words 
by] D. H. (In Lowell, L. M. , comp. 
Choice light and life songs, no. 156) 
[Close score: SATB] © The Free Metho- 
dist Pub. House, d.b.a. Light* Life 
Press, Winona Lake, Ind. ; lApr50 (in 
notice: 1949); EP47297. 

HALL, T. , 1904- 
Zaza. SEE Cutolo, R. 

HALL, WENDELL WOODS, 1896- 
The hills of Arkansas; by Wendell Hall. 
[For voice and piano, with ukulele 
diagrams and chord symbols] © Forster 
Music Publisher, inc., Chicago; 10May50; 
EP47348. 
Wendell Hall's Jingle tunes; for the ukulele, 
10 original comic songs with 77 funny 
four -line verses, full piano accompani- 
ments, ukulele diagrams and chord names, 
by Wendell Hall. 50? © Forster Music 
Publisher, inc., Chicago; no. 1, 29May50; 
EP47347. 



Wendell Hall's Know your ukulele chord 
and fingering chart; compiled, edited, 
fingered and arr. by Wendell Hall and 
Jean Walz. From Wendell Hall's Know 
your ukulele standard system of chords 
and diagrams. © Forster Music Publish- 
er, inc., Chicago; 21Mar50; AA149093. 

Wendell Hall's Know your ukulele simpli- 
fied system; a quick, correct way of 
chord playing by chord name, by Wendell 
Hall and Jean Walz. 50? © Forster 
Music Publisher, inc. , Chicago; 
16May50; AA154564. 

HALLBERG, DAVID. 
Titania; [by] David Hallberg, [words by] 
G. FrOding. [Score: chorus (TTBB)] 
© A. b. Nordiska musikfOrlaget, Stock- 
holm; 4Nov49; EF0-2545. 

HALLDEN. ANITA. 
It's you. SEE Holmberg-Aastrup, Per. 
Lfinge stannar lyckan ej. SEE 

Flemming, Paul. 
Nat tens melodi. SEE Samson, Harald. 

HALLE, FRED JAMES, 1912- 
Sleepless nights and endless days. 
SEE Nelson, K. F. 

HALLER, HANNS, 1913- 
In der blauen Stunde. SEE Uher, 
Bruno. Grosstadtnacht. 

HALLETZ, ERWIN, 1923- 
Hauster-Polka; Lass' mich nicht so lang 
vorm Haustor steh'n; Worte: Josef 
Petrak [und] Peter Christian [pseud. ] 
Musik: Erwin Hailetz. © Josef Wein- 
berger, ltd., Wien; 30Oct49; EFO-1853. 



HALLGREN, SIGVARD WALLBECK- 
Wallbeck-Hallgren, Sigvard. 



SEE 



HALLNAS, HILDING, 1903- 
Benedictus; vid advent, [by] Hilding 
Hallnas. (Gehrmans kOr -bibliotek, 
nr 234) [Close score: chorus (SATB)] 
Kr.0.35 © A-b. Carl Gehrmans musik- 
fOrlag, Stockholm; Uan47; EF15586. 

HALLSTROM, PER. 
Med slagga, boor och spett. SEE 
Stalhandske. Berndt. 

HALMY, LOUIS, 1911- 
Birmingham bounce. SEE Gunter, S. L. 

Did-ee, did-ee do right by you? SEE 

Gottler, Archie. 
The greatest inventor of them all. 

SEE Raksin, Rubin. 
I'll find a way. SEE Gross, Walter. 
My San Fernando Rose. SEE Olson. H. R. 
Old man atom. SEE Bibo, I. M. 
Only you. SEE MacDonald, Jimmy. 
Texas yodel. SEE Reynolds, Donn. 
Twisted s toe kin's. SEE Greene, Joe. 

Wonderful Christmas night. SEE 
Porter, Mitchell. 

HALPERN. DORIS B 1922- 

I love you, I told you so; lyrics by Ruth 
Poll, music by D. B. Hplpern. © May- 
pole Music, inc. , New York; 28Dec49; 
EP45046. 
Mary, oh Mary; lyrics by Ruth Poll, music 
by D. B. Halpern. © Maypole Music, 
inc.. New York; 28Dec49; EP45045. 

HALPERN, PERETZ. 
Hebrew songs for the young pianist. 
SEE Steiner, Eric. 

HAMAN, ANNA MARIE, 1901- 
I'm sold on you. SEE Cusenza, F. J. 
Not enough time. SEE Cusenza, F. J. 

HAM ANN. ERICH. 1898- 

* (Sonata, violin 4 piano, op. 18) Sonate; [by] 
Erich Hamann. Op. 18. [Score and part] 
© Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herz- 
mansky) K.G., Wien; 3Dec49; EFO-2337. 



HAMANN, HARRY. 
Milk me while I'm hot. Grandma; words 
by S. E. Tatlock, music by Harry 
Hamann. © S. E. Tatlock; 22May50; 
EP46792. 

HAMBLEN. BERNARD, 1877- 

Rest for the weary; words and music by 
Bernard Hamblen. 60£ © Boosey & 
Hawkes, inc. , New York; 3Mar50; 
EP44727. 

Rest for the weary; S.A.T.B., words and 
music by Bernard Hamblen. [With organ 
or piano ace. ] 18£ © on arrangement; 
Boosey & Hawkes, inc. , New York; 
10Feb50; EP44196. 

Rest for the weary; T. T. B. B. , words and 
music by Bernard Hamblen. [With organ 
or piano ace. ] 18£ © on arrangement; 
Boosey & Hawkes, inc., New York; 
10Feb50; EP44195. 

Tragedy to triumph; an Easter cantata, 
with a special Good Friday section. For 
solo voices, mixed chorus and organ or 
piano, by Bernard Hamblen. [Organ- 
vocal score] $1 © C nappe 11 k Co. , inc. , 
New York; 28Dec49; EP43790. 

[HAMBURGER, MARGARET] 1885- 
Majn glik; tekst fun Margaret Rose [pseud.], 
musik fun Margaret Rose [pseud. ] un 
Charles Levanne [pseud. ] © Margaret 
Rose, Paris; 12Dec49; EF0-1696. 
Schlof majn kind; berceuse, worte 
Margaret Rose [pseud. ], musik Margaret 
Rose [pseud. ] et Charles Levanne [pseud. ] 
© Margaret Rose, Paris; 9Nov49; 
EFO-1697. 
Wu bist du? Paroles de Margaret Rose 
[pseud. ], musique de Margaret Rose 
[pseud, j et Charles Levanne [pseud. ] 
© Margaret Rose, Paris; 12Dec49; 
EFO-1698. 

HAMER, HAROLD, 1900- 

Lord of our life and God of our salvation; 
anthem, for full chorus of mixed voices 
and organ, with baritone and soprano 
solo, [by] Harold Hamer, [words by] 
Philip Pusey. (Octavo church music, 
2749) 25? © The Boston Music Co. , 
Boston; 17Apr50; EP45670. 

Saviour, breathe an evening blessing; for 
four -part chorus of mixed voices and 
soprano solo, with organ accompaniment. 
Words by James Edmeston and E. H. 
Bickersteth, music by Harold Hamer. 
(The Boston Music Company octavo 
church music, 2740) 22£ © The Boston 
Music Co., Boston; 27Feb50; EP44643. 

HAMER, MARIE. 
Bonny blue; by Marie Hamer. Very easy 
piano solo with large notes. [With words] 
35C © Clayton F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 
29May50; EP47194. 
The Jumblies; by Marie Hamer, very easy 
piano solo, with large notes, [words by 
Lear) 35C © Clayton F. Summy Co. . 
Chicago; 25May50; EP47149. 

HAMILL, MEL, 1914- 
The Toronto subway song; by Mel Hamill. 
© Favorite Music Co. , Guelph, Ont. ; 
18Feb50; EFO-1779. 

HAMILTON. NANCY. 
How high the moon. SEE Lewis, Morgan. 

HAMMANN, CHARLES. 
(Symphony) Sinfonei; a due vlolinl, alto, 
flauto, 2 oboi, 2 clarinetti, 2 corn!, 
fagotto e basso, by Chas. Hammann. 
[Parts] © The Board of Eiders of the 
Northern Diocese of the Church of the 
United Brethren in the U. S. of A. , 
Bethlehem, Pa. ; 18Apr50; EP45933. 

HAMMARSTROM, HUGO. 1891- 
Jag vet en dejlig rosa; folkvlsa, arr. ; 
Hugo Hammerstram (DamkOren, 
nr.7) [Close score: chorus (SSAA)) 
© on arrangement; A. b Nordiska musik- 
f6rlaget. Stockholm* 27Jan50; EFO-3244. 



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HAMMARSTRDM. HUGO. 1891- Cont'd. 
Om dagen vid mitt arbete; folkvisa, 
arr.: Hugo HammarstrOm. (Damkoren, 
nr.5) [Score: chorus (SSA)] © on ar- 
rangement; A.b. Nordiska musikfOriaget, 
Stockholm; 17Jan50; EFO-3245. 
Pa Marie bebadelse dag, [by] Hugo Ham- 
rr.arstrdm (Damkbren, nr 6) [Score: 
chorus (SSA)] © A b. Nordiska musik- 
forlaget, Stockholm; 17Jan50, EFO-3246. 

HAMMED, TOSH. 1895- 
The turtle walk. SEE Garrison, B. H. 



HAMMER, KARL, 1904- 
Thema mit vier Variationen. 
Hindemith, Paul. 



SEE 



HAMMERSTEIN. OSCAR, 1895- 
All the things you are. SEE Kern, 

Jerome. Very warm for May. 
Beat out that rhythm on a drum. SEE 

Bizet, Georges. Carmen (Carmen Jones) 
Bill. SEE Kern, Jerome. Show boat. 
Kansas City. SEE Rodgers, Richard. 

Oklahoma. 
Lover, come back to me. SEE 

Romberg, Sigmund. New moon. 
Pore Jud. SEE Rodgers, Richard. 

Oklahoma. 

Romance. SEE Romberg, Sigmund. 

The desert song. 
South Pacific. SEE Rodgers, Richard. 

A tribute to Romberg. SEE Romberg, 

Sigmund. 
Wanting you. SEE Romberg, Sigmund. 

The new moon. 
Why do I love you? SEE Kern, 

Jerome. Show boat. 
A wonderful guy. SEE Rodgers, 

Richard. South Pacific. 

HAMMITT, DEECORT, 1893- 
Chuck wagon; a true song of the West, 

words and music by Deecort Ham mitt. 

© Deecort Ham mitt; BMarSO; EP44824. 
Fightin' that old T.B. ; music by Deecort 

Hammitt, words by Wava (Guthrie) White. 

Sacramento, Calif., W. White. ©Deecort 

Hammitt fc Wava Guthrie White; 29Apr50; 

EP45940. 
How many times can a heart be broken? 

Words and music by Deecort Hammitt. 

© Deecort Hammitt, Sacramento, Calif. ; 

29Apr50; EP45939. 
Kiss me under the mistletoe; words and 

music by Decort Hammitt. © Deecort 

Hammitt, Sacramento, Calif. ; 29Apr50; 

EP45942. 
When things go wrong; words and music Dy 

Deecort Hammitt. © Deecort Hammitt, 

Sacramento. Calif. ; 29Apr50; EP45938. 

HAMMOND, HARRY DONALD. 1914- 
Tell me that you love me; words & music 
by Harry D. Hammond. © Harry D. 
Hammond; 22Dec49; EP44417. 

HAMMOND, VERNON. 
An opera sing. SEE Mozart, J. C. W. A. 
Le nozze di Figaro. 

HAMMOND, WILLIAM CHURCHILL. 
1860-1949. 
White's air; an American folk-tune, arr. 

for organ by William Churchill Hammond. 

© E.C.Schirmer Music Co., Boston; 

GJun50; EP47169. 

HAMON, FRANK. 1912- 
Peterborough; words by Don Nairn and 
Frank Hamon, music [by Frank Hamon] 
50C © BMI Canada, ltd. , Toronto; 
12May50; EFO-3454. 

HAMOT. ESSE. 
So long. SEE Hall, David. 



HANCOCK, MARY LEE, 1913- 
(Frolics 1950) Florida; [or J The sunshine 
state; by Mary Lee Hancock, in Frolics 
1950. [Arr. by Jay F. Gilbuena] [For 
voice and piano] © Mary Lee Hancock; 
28Apr50; EP45936. 

HANDEL. GEORGE FREDERIC. SEE 
Handel, Georg Friedrlch, 1685-1759. 

HANDY. WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER, 1873- 
Loveless love; [by] W. C. Handy. [Arr. 
by William C. Handy and Sy Oliver] 
New York, Handy Bros. Music Co. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© on changed & added music; William 
C. Handy; 10Apr50; EP45440. 

HANMER, RONALD CHARLES DOUGLAS, 1917- 
Alpine holiday. SEE Chagrin, Francis. 
Ascot parade. SEE Strachey, J. F. 
Birds in the trees. SEE Neago, Jean. 
Miss Pilgrim's progress. SEE 

Martell, Phillip. 
Pilgrim's Way. SEE King. R. C. M. 

HANNA, JAMES RAY. 1922- 
Symphony; by James Hanna. [Score] 
© James Ray Hanna; 10Apr50; EU200145. 

HANNA. RUDOLF. 
The barnyard polka; Bohemian polka, 
music by Rudolf Hanna, [arrangement 
and instruction] by [Betty Glynn of the 
Oahu staff. (Oahu modern piano accor- 
dion course, [lesson] 29X) [With words] 
© on arrangement fc instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 20Mar50; EP46724. 

HANSCHKE. HANS GERHARD, 1912- 
Kleine Spielmusik; fflr drei BlockflOten 
(2 Sopran c" und Alt f) von Hans Gerhard 
Hanschke. (Edition Schott, 3911) [For 
3 recorders] © Schott & Co. , ltd. , 
Mainz; 30Dec49; EF0-3180. 

HANSEN, GEORGE DUPONT. SEE 
Dupont- Hansen, George. 

HANSEN, WILLIAM L. 
College years. SEE Wood, Joseph. 

HANSON, GEORGE. SEE 
Hanson, Gustave Adolph, 1888- 

HANSON, GUNNAR. 
Nocturne. SEE Lidholm, Ingvar. 
Cyrano de Bergerac. 

HANSON, GUSTAVE ADOLPH. 1888- 
The rolling hills of Minnesota; song, 
words and music by G. A. Hanson. 
Minneapolis, Wick. © G. A. Hanson; 
12Apr50; EP46689. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 6Mar50, EU195907. 

HANSON, HOWARD, 1896- 

*The cherubic hymn; for chorus of mixed 
voices, text from the Greek Catholic 
liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom. arr. 
for use in English by Stephen A. Hurlbut, 
music by Howard Hanson. Op. 37. 
[With piano ace. ] 75£ © Carl Fischer, 
inc.. New York; 6Feb50; EP44273. 

HANSON, JULIE ANN, 1925- 
Friend of little children. SEE 
Larson, E. R. 

[HANSSON, STIG] 

Du fir i sagan min lilla princessa; vals, 
musik: Jules Sylvain [pseud. 1, text: 
Karl -Ewe rt [pseud. ], arr.: Sam Samson. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] Kr.2:25 © on arrange- 
ment; Edition Sylvain, ab, Stockholm; 
Uan48; EF15659. 

Hans Majestfits rival; film, musik: Jules 
Sylvain [pseud. ], s&ngtexter: Sven Olof 
Sandberg, Karl-Ewert [pseud, and] Nils 
Thoren. kr. 4:50 © Edition Sylvain a. -b, 
Stockholm; Uan43; EF15636. 



(Loffe pA luff en) Med mycke 1 sol och mycke' 
luft; g&ngtrall. musik: Jules Sylvain 
[pseud. ], text: Fritz-Gustaf [pseud. ]. 
ur filmen, Loffe pa luff en. 2:25 © Edition 
Sylvain a.b., Stockholm; Uan48; 
EF15627. 

Med hundra dragspel och en flicka; vals av 
Jules Sylvain [pseud.] ur filmen med sam- 
ma namn, text: Fritz-Gustaf [pseud. ] 
2:25 © Edition Sylvain a. -b. , Stockholm; 
Uan45; EF15626. 

Med hundra dragspel och en flicka; vals 
ur filmen med samma namn, musik: 
Jules Sylvain [pseud.], text: Fritz-Gustaf 
[pseud], arrangemang: Sam Samson. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] Kr 2:25 © on arrange- 
ment; Edition Sylvain ab, Stockholm; 
Uan45; EF15625. 

Med mycke 1 sol och mycke' luft. 
SEE HIS 
Loffe pa luff en. 

En nypa Stockholmsluft; foxtrot -visa, 
musik: Jules Sylvain [pseud. ], text: 
Karl-Ewert [pseud. ] 2:25 ©Edition 
Sylvain a. -b. , Stockholm; Uan44; 
EF15630. 

PA sjog&rda brygga; vals, musik: Jules 
Sylvain [pseud. ], text: Fritz-Gustaf 
[pseud.], arr.: Sam Samson. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] Kr.2:25 © on arrangement; 
Edition Sylvain, ab. Stockholm; Uan47; 
EF15662. 

RSLkna de lyckliga stunderna blott; vals ur 
filmen med samma namn, musik: Jules 
Sylvain [pseud. ], text: Karl-Ewert 
[pseud. ] 2:25 © Edition Sylvain a. b. , 
Stockholm; Uan44; EF15623. 

Sag det i toner; sangvals, musik: Jules 
Sylvain, [pseud.], text: Karl-Ewert 
[pseud. ], arr. : Willard Ringstrand. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] Kr.2.50 © on arrange- 
ment; Edition Sylvain a.b., Stockholm; 
13Feb50; EFO-2568. 

StvrsO-valsen; musik: Jules Sylvain 
[pseud. ], arr. av Peva Derwin. [Parts: 
orchestra] Kr. 2:50 © on arrangement; 
Skandinaviska Odeon a. -b. , Stockholm; 
Uan44; EF 15250. 

StyrsO-valsen; musik: Jules Sylvain 
[pseud. ], text: Fritz-Gustaf [pseud. ] 
Kr. 2:50 © Skandinaviska Odeon a. -b. , 
Stockholm; Uan44; EF15251. 

Sverige dansar och ler. SEE 
Sverige dansar och ler. 

Tangokavaljeren; tango, musik: Jules 
Sylvain [pseud. ], text: Ake Soderblom. 
arr. : Willard Ringstrand. [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] Kr.2.50 © on arrangement; 
Edition Sylvain a.b., Stockholm; 13Feb50; 
EFO-2569. 

Tjo faderalla vtatanflBkt; vtstkustvals, 
musik: Jules Sylvain [pseud. ], text: 
Fritz-Gustaf [pseud. ] 2:25 © Edition 
Sylvain ab, Stockholm; Uan43; EF15624. 

HARAUCOURT, EDMOND. 
Vendredi. SEE Lagourgue, Charles. 
Melodies vieillotes, op. 137, no. 2. 

HARBACH, OTTO ABELS, 1873 
Romance. SEE Romberg, Sigmund 

The desert song. 
A tribute to Romberg. SEE Romberg, 
Sigmund. 

HARDING, BUSTER, 1916- 
Poor John's back room. SEE 
Cleater, Jack. 

HARDING, MAE MARGARET, 1913- 
Call Him by His name; arr. by Earl A. 
Hess, words and music [by] Mae Harding. 
© Mae Margaret Harding; 8Aug48 (in 
notice: 1947); EP46810. Appl. states 
prev. reg. EU76065. 

HARDING. PHYLLIS BEATRICE. 1906 
Fenesta che lucive. SEE Meglio, 
Vincenzo de. 



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The leafy lanes of England; words by 
Sherren Douglas [pseud. ], music by 
Phyllis Harding. 2/ - © Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London; 20Apr50; EFO-2727. 

The moonlight sonata. SEE Beethoven, 
L. V. Sonata, piano, no. 14, op. 27. 
no. 2. 

[HARDMAN. RICHARD] 
When Virginia says goodnight; words & 
music by Brent Wolton [pseud.] 1/- 
© Keith, Prowse&Co., ltd., London; 
24Mar50; EFO-2314. 

HARDT. DICK, pseud . SEE 
Kapp, Paul, 1907- 

HARDY, ALBERT TROY. 1901- 
Bible days are here again? SEE 
McAfee, P. M. 

HARDY, THOMAS. 
Before and after summer. SEE 
Finzi, Gerald. 

HARGROW, PAUL SYLVESTER, 1897- 
Thankful; words and music by Paul S. 
Hargrow. © Nordyke Pub. Co , Holly- 
wood, Calif.; 6Sep49; EP46468. 

HARING, ROBERT C, 1896- 
Spaghetti rag. SEE Lyons, George. 



HARKER, VERE. 
Am I wasting my time on you? 
Bibo, I. B. 



SEE 



HARMACEK, JERRY. 
When the clouds kiss the moon in the sky; 
words and music by Earl Heywood, Mart 
Kenney and Jerry Harmacek. 50£ 
© Canadian Music Sales Corp., ltd., 
Toronto; 20Apr50; EFO-3753. 

HARNICK, SHELDON MAYER. 1924- 
Look who's talking! The Northwestern 
University Waa-Mu show of 1950, music 
and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, Robert 
Beadell. Charles Varner, Lloyd B. 
Norlin [and others. Musical selections] 
© Northwestern University Waa-Mu 
Show. Evanston, 111.; 8Mar50; EP44787. 



HAROLD. ELIZABETH. 
Ballad of the two mothers. 
Cowell, Henry. 

HAROLD, LOU. psejuL SEE 
Kohuth, Lou Harold. 1909- 



SEE 



HARPANIUS, pseud . 
Lindgren. Harry. 



SEE 



HARPER. MARJORIE. 1907- 
El campo gitano. The gypsy camp; for 
the piano, by Marjorie Harper. 50£ 
©G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 5Dec49; 
EP43304. 

HARRINGTON, BILL. 
Mama does the mambo. SEE 
Gutierrez, Julio. Un poquito de tu 
amor. 
Open, parachute! Words and music by 
Buddy Kaye, Ralph Care and Bill 
Harrington. © Charles Ross Music Co. , 
inc.. New York; lMay50; EP47138. 

HARRINGTON. CLARK, 1905- 
Vigil. SEE Roobenian, Amber. 

HARRINGTON, DENNY. 
Thirteen steps up to heaven. SEE 
McNeil. J. C. 

HARRINGTON. WILLIAM CLARK. 1905- 
Love's supremacy. SEE Guion. D. W. 

HARRIS, ALMA. 
Official Rebekah music book; composed 
and compiled by Alma Harris. [Prin- 
cipally for piano, in part with words] 
© Association of Rebekah Assemblies. 
I.O.O.F. , St. Paul; 2Jul49; EP43664. 



[HARRIS, BERNARD] 1917- 
The ballet dancer. La ballerina; [by] 
Wilfred Burns, [pseud. ] [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © on arrange- 
ment; Bosworth & Co. , ltd. , London; 
12Aug49; EF15496. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 210ct49, EF0-286. 
(Dick Whittington) What makes the star- 
light? Lyric by Nevil Coles, music by 
Wilfred Burns [pseud. , from] Dick 
Whittington. 2/- © Bosworth & Co. . 
ltd., London; 16Nov49; EF0-2269. 
Gung'l waltz rhapsody. SEE Gung'l, 
Joseph. 

HARRIS, DAVE. 1889- 
Baby blue eyes; words by Edgar Leslie, 
music by Dave Harris. © Edgar Leslie, 
New York; 25May50; EP46749. 

HARRIS, EDWARD. 
Cloths of dreams; words by W. B. Yeats, 
music by Edward Harris. 60£ © Boosey 
It Hawkes, inc. , New York; Uun5Q; 
EP47111. 
Sea charm; words by Langston Hughes, 
music by Edward Harris. 600 © Boosey 
& Hawkes. inc. , New York; Uun50; 
EP47114. 

HARRIS, F J arr. 

Grenadiers slow march; arr. byT". J. 
Harris. [Parts: band] 6/- © on arrange- 
ment for military band; Hawkes fc Son 
(London) ltd., London; 2Jun50; EFO-3471. 

HARRIS. FLOYD OLTN, 1913- 
The king's jester; by Floyd O. Harris. 
(His Instrumental solos, 2) [Score (tuba 
ancTpiano) and parts for tuba and trom- 
bone] 65£ © Ludwlg Music Pub. Co. , 
Cleveland; 22Jun50; EP47611. 
Little fiesta; by Floyd O. Harris. (His 
Instrumental solos, 3) [Score (tuba and 
piano) and part] 60? © Ludwig Music 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 22Jun50; EP47612. 
Sax-caprice; by Floyd O. Harris. (His 
Instrumental solos, 4) [Score (saxopHone 
and piano) and part] 75£ © Ludwig Music 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 22Jun50; EP47613. 

HARRIS. HARRY, 1901- 
A couple' a kisses too many. SEE 
MacGregor, J. C. 

HARRIS, RALPH A 1895- 

God, our Father; a prayer for world 

fieace, for chorus of mixed voices, 
by] Ralph A. Harris, text anonymous. 
(Church music review, no. 2113) [With 
piano reduction] 18C © The H. W. 
Gray Co. , inc. , New York; 5Jan50; 
EP44003. 
Jesus, Thy boundless love; traditional 
English melody, arr. by Ralph A. 
Harris, [words by] Paul Gerhardt, tr. 
by John Wesley. (Harold Flammer 
choral series, 84342) [Score: soprano, 
chorus (SATB) and piano reduction] 16f 
© on arrangement; Harold Flammer, 
inc.. New York; 20Apr50; EP45715. 

HARRIS, ROY, 1898- 

*(Toccata. piano) Toccata; by Roy Harris. 

$1.25 © Carl Fischer, inc., New York; 

27Jan50; EP44275. 

HARRIS, THORO, 1874- 
I gave my heart to Jesus. SEE 
D'Angelo, Michael. 

HARRIS, WALTER ROSSER. 
I'm so lonesome for you; words and music 
by Walter R. Harris. © Nordyke Pub. 
Co., Hollywood, Calif.; 14Dec49; 
EP46131. 

HARRIS, WESLEY M 
Drop, slow tears; orison anthem for 
mixed voices, a cappella. [By] Wesley 
M. Harris, [words by] Phineas Fletcher. 
(The John Church Company, no. 322- 
40008) 15? © The John Church Co., 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 10May50; EP46287. 



God, be in my head; [by] Wesley M. 
Harris, [traditional English words] 
(Anthems for mixed voices, no. 322- 
40009) [Score SATB and piano reduction] 
10£ © The John Church Co , Bryn 
Mawr, Pa., HApr50; EP45610. 

HARRIS, WILLIAM H. 
Bist du bei mir. SEE Bach, J. S. 

HARRISON, EDWIN. 
This day will dawn; song, words by Roger 
Masin [pseud. ], music by Edwin Har- 
rison. 2/- ©Keith, Prowse & Co. , ltd., 
London; 31Jan50; EFO-1514. 

HARRISON, JULIUS ALLEN GREENWAY, 
1885- 

Missa liturgies; set to music by Julius 
Harrison. © Alfred Lengnick fr Co. , ltd. , 
London; 15Jun50; EFO-3770. 

HARRISON. LUTHER A. 

•Practical music lessons, part I and part n, 
by Luther A. Harrison and B. B. Mc- 
Kinney. 184 p. illus. © Broadman 
Press, Nashville; 12 May 50; A44497. 

HARRISON, THOMAS. 
This day will dawn. SEE Harrison, 
Edwin. 

HARRISON, TOM. 
Just four walls; written and composed by 
Tom Harrison. London, Magna Music 
Co. [For voice and piano, with ukulele 
diagrams and chord symbols; melody 
also in tonic sol-fa notation] © Francis, 
Day & Hunter, ltd. ; 4May50; EF0-2414. 

HARRISON, WALTER, Sr. 
Fly United; by Walter Harrison, Sr. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© United Air Lines, Chicago; 23May50; 
EP46870. 



HARRISON, WILLIAM, pseud. 
Briden, Harry. 



SEE 



HART, CLIFFORD WILLIAM. 1926- 
Cariboo trail; words and music by Des 
Norman and Cliff Hart. © Norman-Hart 
Music Publications, Vancouver. B. C. ; 
2Dec49; EF14912. 

HART, DOROTHEA. 
I have decided to follow Jesus; [author of 
words and music] unknown, harmonized 
by Dorothea Hart. (In_ Lowell, L. M. 
Choice light and life songs, no. 168) 
[Close score: SATB] © Young People's 
Missionary Society, Winona Lake, Ind. ; 
15Apr50; EP47496. 

HART, FREDERIC PATTON. 1898- 
Wistful waltz; for the piano, by Frederic 
Hart. 350 © G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York; 9Feb50; EP44394. 

HART, LORENZ MILTON, 1895-1943. 
There's a small hotel. SEE 

Rodgers, Richard. 
Thou swell. SEE Rodgers, Richard. A 
Connecticut Yankee. 

HART, PETER. 1923- 
Raise your voices, raise your hearts. 

SEE Ridley. Walter. 
The telephone song; lyric by Johnny 
Brandon, music by Peter Hart. 
© Cinephonic Music Co. , ltd. , London; 
13Feb50; EFO-3082. 

HARTE, MAX. 
Lead on, O star, lead on.' SEE Tonner, 
P. C. 

HARTE L, pseud. SEE 
Smith, George Hartel. 

HARTLEY, RAY. 
Let's do it again; written and composed 
by Desmond O'Connor & Ray Hartley. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols; 
melody also in tonic sol-fa notation] 
© Cecil Lennox, ltd. , London; 12Apr50; 
EF0-3167. 



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HARTLEY, RAY. Cont'd. 
SEE ALSO Hornbiower, Theodore, pseud . 

HARTMANN, KARL AMADEUS. 1905- 
♦Musik der Trauer; Concertino, fur Violin- 
Solo und Streichorchester von Karl 
Amadeus Hartmann. Partitur. [Score J 
© Willy Mailer, SOddeutscher Musikver- 
lag, Heidelberg; 30Nov49; EFO-2937. 

HARTMANN, MAURIE MERL. 
Dorothy; music by Maurie Hartmann, 

words by Milt Gabler. © Rytvoc, inc.. 

New York; 28Dec49; EP43330. 
A girl, a boy, a dream. SEE 

Gronet, Eddie. 
Lift your glass, sing until the cows come 

home; music by Maurie Hartmann, words 

by Milt Gabler. © Rytvoc, inc., New 

York; 28Dec49; EP43329. 

HARTMANN. ROBERT MULLER- SEE 
MtUler-Hartmann, Robert, 1884- 

HARTMANN, THOMAS ALEKSANDROVICH, 
1883- 
Cantabile. SEE Musorgskrf, M. P. 

Khovanshchina. 
Danse des Persanes. SEE Musorgskif, 
M. P. Khovanshchina. 

[HARTUSCH. MIREILLE1 
Au devant de l'automne; paroles de Henri 

Contet, musique de Mireille [pseud. 

Paris, R. Breton] © France Music Co.; 

30Sep49; EF15436. 
Rebonjour; paroles de Roger Lanzac, 

musique de Mireille [pseud. ] © Societe 

anonyme francaise Chappell Paris, Paris; 

23Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EFO-1756. 

HARUSS1, EMANUEL. 
Katsir Baemek. SEE Wilensky, Moshe. 

HARVENGT, HENRI, 1924- 
Ce n'etait qu'un soir; fox -musette chants, 
paroles de Eddy Marese [pseud. J, 
musique de H. Harvengt & Lawson 
[pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score (or- 
chestra, with words) and parts for voice, 
violin and accordionl © Francois Witte- 
bols. Bruxelles; 28Apr50; EF0-3102. 

HARVEY, AL. 
Play, hurdy-gurdy, play. SEE 
Grant, Freddy. 

HARVEY, JAMES. 
Auf dem See. SEE Brahms, Johannes. 

HARVEY, RUSSELL. 1902- 

* (Sonata, band) Band sonata; by Russell 
Harvey. [Condensed score and parts] 
$8. 00 © Neil A. Kjos Music Co. , 
Chicago; 25Nov49; EP43665. 

HARWELL, RICHARD BARKSDALE. 
•Confederate music. 184 p. illus. 
© University of North Carolina Press, 
Chapel Hill; 8Apr50; A44392. 

HASKELL, ANTONIO L 
Live humble; for soprano solo with chorus 
of mixed voices. [By] Antonio L. 
Haskell, traditional [words] (Aeolian 
choral series, no. 1069) [With piano 
reduction] 16£ © H. T. FltsSimons Co. 
inc., Chicago; 17Mar50; EP45891. 

HASLUM. BENGT. 
Ha^kommer tjocka slakten. SEE 

Stalhandske, Berndt. 
Nu blommar de' sa' Karlsson. SEE 

Ahiin, Ernfrid. 

HASNER. DEAN H. 
When you look at me like you do. Babe. 
SEE Hall, David. 

HASSALL, CHRISTOPHER VERNON, 

1912- 

Counting the hours. SEE Dennis, Ivor. 

King's rhapsody. SEE Novello, Ivor. 



SEE 



The lass who takes your fancy. 

Lubbock, M. H. 
Only an idle fancy. SEE Dennis, Ivor. 
Rose of England. SEE Novello, Ivor. 
You're only dreaming. SEE Cochrane, 

J. R. Dance hall. 

HASSLER, HANS LEO, 1564-1612. 
Christ is arisen; folk melody, 12th century, 
[by] Hassler, revised according to the 
original by F. Rikko, [English translation 
by Robert Braun) (The Arthur Jordan 
choral series, no. 26) [Score: chorus 
(SATB) and piano reduction; English and 
German words] 20C © on arrangement 
& English translation; Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp. . New York; 23Feb50; 
EP44486. 

HASSO, SIGNE. 

Min klocka. SEE Sundelin, Sven. 

HASTINGS. THOMAS, 1784-1872. 

(Rock of ages) Klippa, du som brast for 
mig; [by] T. Hastings, arr. for sing 
och piano eller orgel, av Jacob NyvaJl. 
[Sv. ps. 302] 1:50 © on arrangement; 
A.b. Nordiska musikforlaget, Stockholm; 
Uan47; EF15600. 

Rock of ages; S.S. A. [By Thos. Hasting, 
words by A. M. Toplady], arr. by C. 
Albert Scholin. (Bel win octavo, no. 1007) 
[With piano reduction] 15? © on arrange- 
ment; Belwin, inc.. New York; 10Jan50; 
EP43415. 

HATHAWAY, CHARLES. 
II Guappo de Yaya. SEE Barroso, Ary. 
The three caballeros. 

HATLEY, MARVIN. 
Dance of the cuckoos; [by] Marvin Hatley, 
transcription by Leon Young. [Piano- 
conductor score: orchestra] © on 
transcription; Liber -Southern, ltd. , 
London; 12Apr50; EFO-3732. 

HATZFELD, JOHANNES HEINRICH, 1882- 
ed. 

♦Die fronlichen Biedermeier; besinnliche 
und heitere Lieder fur Mftinerchor, 
zusammengestellt und bearbeitet von 
Johannes Hatzfeld. [Principally close 
score: TTBB] © Musikverlag Schwann, 
Dusseldorf; 180ct49; EFO-1269. 

HAUBIEL, CHARLES, 1894- 
Now I lay me down to sleep; by Charles 
Haubiel, for piano. [With words] 30£ 
© The Composers Press, inc.. New 
York; 26May5U; EP46878. 
Sunday costs five pesos; [folk opera in one 
act], book by Josephina Niggli, music by 
Charles Haubiel. [Piano-vocal score] 
© Charles Haubiel; 26Jan50; EU192617. 

HAUPT, DAVID. 
Dream pedlary; lyrics by Thomas Lovell 
Beddoes. music by David Haupt. (Elkan- 
vogel choral series, 3048) [Score: chorus 
(SSA) and piano] 18C © Elkan-Vogel Co.. 
inc. , Philadelphia; 27Jan50; EP44349. 

HAUPT, OTTO, 1906- 
Frage mich nicht; langsamer Foxtrot, 

Text: Richard Scharf, Music: Otto Haupt. 

© Capriccio Musikverlag, G.m.b.H., 

r.-rlin; lMar50; EFO-2664. 
Opapa tanzt Samba; Samba. Text: Peter 

Michael [pseud. ], Musik: Otto Haupt. 

(In Drei neue Samba-Schlager. p. [6-7]) 

<€r~Capriccio-Musikverlag G. m. b. H. , 

Berlin; 1Nov49; EFO-1964. 

HAVET, PIERRE, 1920- 
Journee de Paris. SEE Fuggi, Ernest. 

HAVEY, MARGUERITE, 1910- 
Carol of the adoration; for six -part chorus 
of mixed voices, S. S. A. T.B.B. , with 
organ or piano accompaniment, [by] 
Marguerite Havey. [Words by] St. 
Anatolius, translated from the Latin by 
J. Brownlie. (G. Schirmer, octavo no. 
9877) 16? © G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 14Mar50; EP45963. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 2Jan47; EU57713. 



O Spirit, who from Jesus came; for 
four -part chorus of mixed voices with 
organ or piano accompaniment, [by] 
Marguerite Havev, [words by] John 
Wallace Suter. (G. Schirmer octavo 
no. 9878) 16? © G. Schirmer, inc. , 
New York; 17Apr50; EP45738. Appl. 
states prev. reg. HMar46, EU12593. 

HAWES, STEPHEN, d. 1523. 
O mortal folk. SEE Voynich, E. L. 

HAWK, LEONARD, 1903- 
Lucky come Hawaii; by Red Hawk [words 
by] Ruth [and Red Hawk] [Melody and 
chord symbols, with words] © Leonard 
Hawk; 15May50; EP46809. 

HAWK, RUTH MOODIE, 1901- 
Lucky come Hawaii. SEE Hawk, 
Leonard. 

HAWKINS. BARBARA JEAN. 1924- 
Science in song; for kindergarten and 
primary grades, [by Barbara Jean 
Hawkins] [For voice and piano] 
© Barbara Jean Hawkins; 120ct49; 
EP43657. 

HAWKINS, MARGARET 
More about Cubby; a second note reader 
by Margaret Hawkins (Art Publication 
Society. [Progressive series of piano 
lessons] Progressive series composi- 
tions, catalog no. 130) 25£ © Art Publi- 
cation Society, St. Louis; HApr50; 
EP47322 
3 piano pieces with words; by Margaret 
Hawkins, biographical sketch and sug- 
gestions for study and interpretation 
[by Lillie-Mayes Dodd] (Art Publication 
Society [Progressive series of piano 
lessons] Progressive series compositions, 
catalog no. 321) 30£ © Art Publication 
Society, St. Louis; 26Jan50; EP44211. 

HAWKINS, N F 1878- 

Intermediate studies for the accordion; 
by N. F. Hawkins. (AMPCO library, 
no. 726) $1 © Accordion Music Pub. 
Co. . New York; 28Apr50; EP46270. 

HAWTHORNE, ALICE, pseud . SEE 
Winner, Septimus, 1827-1902. 

HAYCRAFT, WALKER H 
Can't you give me something more than 
love, darling? Wor ds by Ernest A. 
Rork and music [by] Walker H. Haycraft. 
© Ernest A. Rork At Son, Memphis; 
16Dec49; EP43514. 

HAYDN. JOSEPH, 1732-1809. 
Arstiderna. SEE HIS 

Die Jahreszelten. 

Andante. SEE HIS 

Symphony, M. 94. 

* (Concerto, violoncello) Concerto in D; [by] 
Joseph Haydn. [Op. 101] Edited and rev. 
by Joachim Stutschewsky. (Schirmer' s 
library of musical classics, v. 1740) 
[Score (violoncello and piano) and part] 
$1. 25 © on editing & revision; G. 
Schirmer, inc. , New York; 8May50; 
EP46948. 
Creation. SEE HIS 

Die SchOpfung. 
♦Deutsche Tanze; [by] Joseph Haydn, 
gesetzt von F. J. Giesbert. Mainx, 
B. Schott' s SOhne. (Edition Schott, 
3885) [Score (2 violins, violoncello and 
piano) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Schott & Co., ltd.; 31Dec49; EF0-2355. 
Hosten. SEE HIS 

Die Jahreszelten. 
(Die Jahreszeiten) HOsten; bondens 
glldje Over den rika skOrden. ur 
oratoriet Arstiderna, [by] Joseph Haydn, 
bearbetning: Sven E. Svensson. (Or k es- 
ter repertoarenr 15) [Condensed score] 
© on arrangement; A. -b. Nordiska 
musikforlaget, Stockholm; 4Nov49; 
EFO-2257. 



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Joseph Haydn, esquisse biographique. 
SEE Ti6not. Yvonne. 
Joseph Haydn, his art, times, and glory. 

SEE Jacob, H. E. 
Das Leben ist ein Traum. Life is a dream; 
[by] Josef Haydn, English version by 
Lorraine Noel Finley. (In Rupp, Franz, 
ed. Marian Anderson album of songs and 
spirituals, p. 14-16) © on English words; 
G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; HJun48; 
EP44232. 
worship the King; S. S. A. [By F.J. 
Haydn, words by R. Grant), arr. by C. 
Albert Scholin. (Belwin octavo, no. 1008) 
[With piano reduction] 15? © on arrange- 
ment; Belwin, inc.. New York; 10Jan50; 
EP43416. 
Ochsenmenuett. SEE 
Seyfried, lgnax Xaver, Rltter von, 

1776-1841. 

(Die Schopfung) With verdure clad; 
S. A. T.B. , from the oratorio Creation 
by Joseph Haydn, soprano solo with 
mixed voices, arr. by Ray B. Worley 
[pseud. ] (Belwin octavo, no. 992) 
[With piano or organ ace. ) 15? © on ar- 
rangement; Belwin, inc., ^Jew York; 
17Jan50; EP43560. 
♦(Symphony, M. 53) Symphony in D major. 
Imperial, [by] Joseph Haydn, edited by 
Edvard Fendler. [Score] © Sam Fox 
Pub. Co., New York; 10Mar50; EP45028. 
♦(Symphony M. 87) Symphony nr. 87 in A 
major Paris symphony no. 6, 1785. For 
flute, two oboes, two bassoons, two horns 
and strings. [By] Joseph Haydn. Edited 
by Alfred Einstein. (Smith College music 
archives, no. 10) [Score] © on editing; 
The Trustees of the Smith College. 
Northampton, Mass. ; 4Aug49; EP47405. 
♦(Symphony, M. 94) Andante; aus der 
Symphonle No. 6 (94) in G dur mit dem 
Paukenschlag, [by] Joseph Haydn, bearb. 
von Wilhelm Lutz. (Domesticum, no. 349) 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © on arrangement; Schott & Co., 
ltd., Mains; 23Dec49; EF0-3182. 
♦(Symphony, M. 94) Andante; from the 
Surprise symphony, [by] Joseph Haydn, 
arr. by Eric Steiner. [Two scores for 
2 pianos] $1. 25 © on arrangement; 
G. Schirmer, inc.. New York; 7Jun50; 
EP47255. 
With verdure clad. SEE HIS 
Die Schopfung. 

HAYDN, MICHAEL, 1737-1806. 
Darken'd was all the land. Tenebrae 
factae sunt. [By] Michael Haydn, 
English adaptation [and] organ realization 
by George Lynn. (The Westminster 
choir college library, 312-40055) 
[Score: chorus (SATB) and organ] 15? 
© on organ realization & English adapta- 
tion; Theodore Presser Co. , Bryn 
Mawr, Pa.; HApr50; EP45611. 

HAYES. CHARLES. 
With men who know tobacco best, 
it's women two to one. SEE 
Busch, Louis. 

HAYES, HARRY. 
King Parker; by Harry Hayes. [Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
2/6 © Bos worth fc Co. , ltd. . London; 
29Jun49; EF15334. 

HAYES, JACK. 
•Twas the night before Christmas. 
SEE Nelson, K. F. 

HAYES. MARY. 
I'll get even blues. SEE Buck, Ronald. 

HAYES, OPAL LOUISE, 1890- 
A ballet dance; by Opal Louise Hayes. 
[For piano] 35£ © Mills Music, inc. , 
New York; 20Mar50; EP45164. 
The elf dance; piano solo, by Opal Louise 
Hayes. 35£ © The Boston Music Co. , 
Boston; 27Jun50; EP47616. 
Etude melodic; piano solo, by Opal 
Louise Hayes. 35£ © Belwin, inc. , New 
York; 17Feb50; EP44451. 



The happy clown; piano solo, by Opal 
Louise Hayes. 35£ © Belwin, inc. , 
New York; 17Feb50; EP44450. 

The helicopter flight; for the piano, by 
Opal Louise Hayes. © Shattinger, 
inc., St. Louis; 24Apr50; EP46012. 

In a pine forest; by Opal Louise Hayes. 
]For piano] 35C © Mills Music, inc. , 
New York; 20Mar50; EP45165. 

Valse; by Opal Louise Hayes. [For piano] 
35£ © Mills Music, inc.. New York; 
20Mar50; EP45166. 

HAYES. SHERMAN. 
One sweetheart too many. SEE 
Lee, Ray. 

HAYMES, ROBERT W. 
How can I tell? SEE Clarke, J. M. 
If, if, if you were mine. SEE Clarke, 

J. M. 
That I gotta see. SEE Clarke, J. M. 



HAYNES, HENRY B. 
Tennessee border no. 2. 
Work, Jimmy. 

HAYNES, 
Klopfer, Hans Marti 



SEE 



MARTIN, pseud . 

tnr 



SEE 



HAYTER, EARL R 1919- 

The timber bowl song; by Earl Hayter. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Earl R. Hayter; 15Jun50; EP47474. 

HAYWARD. CHRISTOPHER ROBERT. 
1925- 
Sheila. SEE Staver, R.B. 

HAYWOOD, DON. 
As days go by. SEE Hail, David. 

HAZARD. BETTIE. 
Give me a silver saddle and a silver 
moon. SEE Carleton, R. L. 

HAZELL, CHARLES GEORGE. 
The gigster's guide; dance musicians' hand- 
book [with] classified list of over 100 
old-fashioned dance tunes. [Gateshead- 
on-Tyne, 1950] 27 p. © Charles George 
Hazell; 25Mar50; 2c Uun50; AI0-521. 

HEAPS, PORTER. 
In sympathy. SEE Nordman, Chester. 

Wedding music. SEE Nordman, 
Chester. 



HEARN, EDWARD FRENCH. 
Parade of the toys; by Edward French 
Hearn, biographical sketch and glossary, 
program notes, with instructive annota- 
tions on form and structure, and sugges- 
tions for study and practice [by Lillie- 
Mayes Dodd] (Art Publication Society 
[Progressive series of piano lessons] 
Progressive series compositions, 
catalog no. 293) [For piano 4 hands] 25? 
© Art Publication Society, St. Louis; 
26Jan50; EP44209. 

HEATH, WALTER HENRY. 
Clancy lowered the boom; novelty chorus 
for S. A. B. , by Johnny Lange and Hy 
Heath, arr. by Harry R. Wilson. New 
York, Bourne. (Bourne series of choral 
music, 3004) [With piano ace] 20? 
© on arrangement; Kenmor Music Co. , 
28Dec49 (in notice: 1947); EP43500. 

Clancy lowered the boom; novelty chorus 
for S. S. A. , by Johnny Lange and Hy 
Heath, arr. by Harry R. Wilson. New 
York, Bourne. (Bourne series of choral 
music, 129) [With piano ace. ] 20C 
© on arrangement; Kenmor Music Co. ; 
28Dec49 (in notice: 1947); EP43501. 

Mule train. SEE Giickman, Fred. 
Singing guns. 



HEATHERTON. FRED, pseud . 
I love the gravedigger's daughter; by 
Fred Heatherton [pseud. ] [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols; melody 
also in tonic sol-fa notation] © on altera- 
tion in words & music; The Irwin Dash 
Music Co. , ltd. , London; 7Feb50; 
EFO-1754. Appl. states prev. reg. in 
Ditties from the ditty box, 15Nov44, 
EF70219. 

Why should the rich man nave it ail? By 
Fred Heatherton [pseud. J [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols; melody also 
in tonic sol-fa notation] © on alteration 
in words & music; The Irwin Dash Music 
Co., ltd., London; 7Feb50; EF0- 1755. 
Appl. states prev. reg. in Ditties from 
the ditty box, 15Nov44, EF70219. 

HEAVEY, WILLIAM FRANCIS, 1929- 
Whispering love. SEE Nelson, R. A. 

HEBBELN, H J 

From silent void a whisper rose; words 

by Chas. E. Roth, music by H. J. 

Hebbeln. [Close score: SATB] © Chas. 

E. Roth & H. J. Hebbeln; lMar50; 

EP44664. 
O Ruler over land and sea; words by Chas. 

E. Roth, music by H. J. Hebbeln. 

[Close score: SATB] © Chas. E. Roth 

& H. J. Hebbeln; lMar50; EP44665. 

HEBER, REGINALD. 
Holy, Holy, Holy. SEE Dykes, J. B. 



HED. KERSTIN, 
Olsson, Hilda. 



SEE 



HEDGE, FREDERICK. 
A mighty fortress is our God. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Ein' feste Burg ist 
unser Gott. 

HEFFNER, MARY LUCILLE, 1924- 
Ecusta. SEE Eversman, J. D. 

HEFNER, JOE. 
Baby, you're mine. SEE Hall, David. 

HEGGEN, BODVAR, 1906- 
Ei einsleg stjerne; [by] Bodvar Heggen. 
[words by] Tore prjasaeter. (Musikk- 
husets mannskorbibliotek, nr. 121) 
[Close score: chorus (TTBB)] © Musikk- 
huset a/s, Oslo, Norway; 8Feb50 (in 
notice: 1949); EFO-2976. 

Noreg vAr mor; [by] Bodvar Heggen, 
[words by] R. J. L. (Muslkk-husets 
mannskorbibliotek, nr. 122) [Close 
score: chorus (TTBB)] © Musikk-huset 
a. s. , Oslo, Norway; 8Feb50 (in notice: 
1949); EFO-2975. 

HEIBERG, HAROLD. 
Bell chorus. SEE Mahler, Gustav. 
Symphony, no. 3. 

HEIDENSTAM, VERNER VON. 1859-1940. 
Stjfirntfindningen. SEE Norrman, John. 

[HEIDT, WILLIAM GEORGE] 1913- 
Six chant masses; [by William George 
Heidt] Collegeville, Minn., Liturgical 
Press. [Melodies; Latin and English 
words] © Order of St. Benedict, inc. ; 
10Apr50; AA148525. 

HEIER, EUGENE JAMES, 1923- 
Blackbird waltz; by Gene Heier, arr. by 
Joseph P. Elsnic. [For concertina] 40£ 
© Vitak-Elsnic Co. , Chicago; 260ct49; 
EP44947. Appl. states prev. reg. 
6Sep49, EU177852. 

HEINDORF. RAY. 1908- 
(Young man with a horn) Melancholy 
rhapsody; words by Sammy Calm, music 
by Ray Heindorf, theme from Young 
man with a horn. © M. Witmark fc Sons, 
New York; 17Mar50; EP45037. 



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HEINS, CARL. 
The village blacksmith; [by Carl Heins] 
For accordion band [or J duet, arr. by 
Lloyd Marvin. 40C © on arrangement; 



Chart Music Pub. House, inc., 
14Apr50; EP45666. 



Chicago; 



HEINSOHN, BARBARA ANNE, 1928- 
A lone cowboy. SEE Heinsohn, M. E. 
Prairie flowers. SEE Heinsohn, M. O. 

HEINSOHN, MILTON ELO, 1923- 
Aloha boogie woogie, [by Milton Heinsohn] 
[For guitar] © The Aloha Music Co. , 
Corpus Christi, Tex.; 31Dec49; 
EP43574. 
Birmingham jail; [arr. by Milton Hein- 
sohn] [For voice and guitar] © The 
Aloha Music Co. , Corpus Christi, Tex. ; 
31Dec49; EP43578. Appl. states prev. 
reg., 2Dec48, EU152296. 
Dreaming; [by Milton Heinsohn] [For 
guitar] © The Aloha Music Co., Corpus 
Christi, Tex.; 31Dec49; EP43576. 

Du du; [arr. by Milton Heinsohn] [For 
guitar] © on arrangement; The Aloha 
Music Co., Corpus Christi, Tex.; 
31Dec49; EP43571. 

Island waltz; [by Milton Heinsohn] [For 
guitar] © The Aloha Music Co. , Corpus 
Christi, Tex.; 31Dec49; EP43579. Appl. 
states prev. reg., 15Feb46, EU7459. 

Jesus loves me; [arr. by Milton Heinsohn] 
[For voice and guitar] © on arrangement; 
The Aloha Music Co. , Corpus Christi, 
Tex.; 31Dec49; EP43572. 

A lone cowboy; [music by Milton Heinsohn, 
lyrics by Barbara Heinsohn] [For voice 
and guitar] © The Aloha Music Co. , 
Corpus Christi, Tex.; 31Dec49, EP43575. 

Prairie flowers; [music by Milton Heinsohn, 
lyrics by Barbara Heinsohn] [For voice 
and guitar] © on added words; The 
Aloha Music Co., Corpus Christi, Tex. ; 
31Dec49; EP43570. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Waltz of Hawaii, 23Dec46, 
EU45409. 

The sad cowboy; [by Milton Heinsohn] 
[For guitar] © The Aloha Music Co. , 
Corpus Christi, Tex. ; 31Dec49; 
EP43577. 

Silent night. SEE Gruber, F. X. 

HEINTZ. EVA. 
Streiflichter durch die zeitgenossische 
britische Musik. SEE Bacharach, A. L. 

HEISER, L. W. 
Dreaming. SEE Dailey, J. A. 

HELFENBEIN, LADISLAS. 
Gloria in excelsis. SEE Mozart, 

J.C.W. A. Mass. K. Ann. 232. 
Goodnight. SEE Dvofak, Antonfn. 

HELFMAN, MAX, 1901- 

The holy ark. Aron ha-kodesh. [By] Max 
Helfman, Torah service for Sabbath and 
festivals, [Score: cantor, SATB and organ; 
words in Hebrew, transliterated] $2. 50 
© Transcontinental Music Corp. , New 
York; 13Jun50; EP47157. 

The lady with the lamp; [by] Max Helfman, 
words by Emma Laxarus, from the 
inscription on the Statue of Liberty. For 
solo and mixed voices, S.A.T.B. 
(Transcontinental choral library, no. 110) 
[Unacc. ] 20£ © Transcontinental Music 
Corp. , New York; 27Feb50; EP44558. 

HELLEN, CHARLES, pseud . SEE 
Moitrier, Louis, 1875-1948. 

HELLER. RUTH, 1920- 
In steadfast faith I stand. SEE 
Bach, J. S. Ich halte treulich 
still. 

HELM, EVERETT. 
Prairie waters by night; poem by Carl 
Sandburg, music by Everett Helm. 
(Modern art songs, V2050) 50? © Carl 
Fischer, inc., New York; 6Feb50; 
EP44702. 



HEMERY, DANIEL, 1928- 
Viens done danser. SEE Letourneau, 
Georges. 

HEMMER, JARL, 1893- 
Hymn. SEE Sorenson, Torsten. 

HEMMING. GOSTA. 
Om du vill ha solsken. SEE Karlsson, 
Sven. Vi skrattar igen. 

HEMSI, ALBERTO, 1896- 
Hamicha chirim. Five Hebrew songs; 
[by] Alberto Hemsi. Op. 25. [For voice 
and piano; words in Hebrew (transliter- 
ated); includes Hebrew, English and 
French words] © Alberto Hemsi; 
23Dec48; EF15383. 

HEMY, HENRI F 1818-1888. 

Faith of our fathers; hymn-anthem, SATB, 
optionally a cappella. [By] H. F. Henry, 
arr. by Edwin M. Steckel, [words by] 
Frederick W. Faber. (Harold Flam me r 
choral series, 84330) 16£ © on arrange- 
ment; Harold Flammer, inc.. New York; 
13Dec49; EP43159. 

HfiNAULT. MARGUERITE. 1896- 
II est bel et bon. SEE Passereau. 
Mignonne allons voir si la rose. 

SEE Costeley. 
Quand mon mari vient de dehors. 

SEE Lassus, Or land de. 

HENCKEL, KARL, 1864-1929. 
Schelmische Abwehr. SEE Reznicek, 
E. N. von. 

HENDERSON. CHARLIE, 1907- 
Deep night; music by Charlie Henderson, 
piano arrangement by Henry Levine. 
(Gotham classics, no. 102) 50? © on 
arrangement; Advanced Music Corp. , 
New York; 6Jan50; EP43631. 

HENDERSON, FLETCHER, 1898- 
Superstltions never worry me; words by 
J. C. Johnson, music by Fletcher 
Henderson. © Record Music Pub. Co., 
New York; HFeb50; EP43979. 



HENDERSON, LUCILLE MILDRED, 1902- 
Umbrellas dancing in the rain; lyric and 
melody by Lucille Henderson. Toronto, 
Melody Mill. © Lucille Mildred Hender- 
son; 25Apr50; EF15450. 

HENDERSON, RAY. 1896- 
The birth of the blues; [by] Ray Henderson, 
arr. by Jerry Sears, [for] trumpet 
(cornet) and piano. [Score and part] 60? 
© on arrangement; Harms, inc.. New 
York; 3Jan50; EP43453. 

(Hold everything) You're the cream in 
my coffee; words and music by B. G. 
De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Hender- 
son, specially arr. by Jimmy Lally. 
London, Chappell. [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
3/- © on arrangement; Crawford Music 
Corp.; 23May50; EF0-3460. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 180ct28. 

(Hold everything) You're the cream in 
my coffee, from Hold everything; words 
and music by B. G. DeSylva, Lew Brown 
& Ray Henderson, arr. by Lou Singer. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] 60? © on arrangement; 
Crawford Music Corp. , New York; 
8 Mar 50; EP44859. 

Just a memory; three part mixed voices, 
S. A. B. , words by B. G. De Sylva and 
Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 
arr. by Douglas Mac Lean [pseud. ] 
(Harms choral library, 4-H632) [With 
piano ace. ] 18£ © on arrangement; 
Harms, inc. , New York; 10Apr50; 
EP45678. 



HENDREN. BETTY HILL. 
Old black Joe; novelty for elementary 
strings, by Betty Hill Hendren. 
( With her The weasel's in the dell) 
[Score (2 violins, viola, violoncello, 
optional double bass & piano) and parts] 
75£ © on arrangement; Pro Art Publi- 
cations, New York; 14Jun50; EP47182. 
The weasel's in the dell; novelty for 
elementary strings, by Betty Hill 
Hendren. [Score (2 violins, viola, 
violoncello, optional double bass & 
piano) and parts] 75f © on arrangement; 
Pro Art Publications, New York; 
14Jun50; EP47182. 

HENDRICKS, EVERETT. 
Alleluia, Christ is born. SEE 
Luvaas, M. J. 

A Mexican serenade. SEE Luvaas, M. J. 

HENDRDC, JOHN. 
Chagrin de mon coeur; tango, paroles de 
Jacques Larue [pseud. ], musique de 
John Hendrik et Rolf Marbot [pseud. ] 
© Les Nouvelles Editions Meridian, 
Paris; lMar50; EFO-2869. 

HENDRTX, ALMA PEARL, 1909- 
The story of Sergeant Hendrix; written by 
Pearl Hendrix. [For voice and piano; 
with chord symbols) © Alma Pearl 
Hendrix; 2Jun50; EP46991. 

HENDRTX, ANDREW, 1923- 
1 will follow my Jesus always; arr.: James 
Hendrix, words and music: Andrew 
Hendrix. [Hymn, with music] © Andrew 
Hendrix; 8Mar50; EP44805. 

HENDRIX, JAMES. 1920- 
I will follow my Jesus always. SEE 
Hendrix, Andrew. 

In the end; by James Hendrix. Nashville, 
Hendrix Studio of Music. [Hymn, with 
music] 20f © James Hendrix; 2lFeb50; 
EP44542. 

HENGEVELD, MARY G. 
Somewhere. SEE Hall, David. 

HENLE, GUNTER, 1899- 
Sonatinen fur Klavier und Violine. 

SEE Schubert, F. P. Sonatinas, 

violin & piano, op. 137. 
Variationen. SEE Beethoven, 

Ludwig van. Variations, violoncello 

& piano. 

HENLEY, LEWIS HOWARD. 1906- 
Don't just stand there; words and music by 
Cherokee Jack Henley. © Cherokee Jack 
Henley, Tacoma; 29Apr50; EP45941. 
Appl. states prev. reg. l9Mar47, 
E67611. 

HENNEMAN, HARRY O. 
Open the gates of the temple. SEE 

Knapp, Mrs. J. F. 
Simple as ABC; self-instructor ukulele 

method by Harry Henneman. 30£ © Carl 

Fischer, inc. , New York; 3May50; 

AA149998. 



HENNEVfe, LOUIS. 
Houzeau. Louis, 1 



SEE 



HENNING, ALBERT, 1881- 
Vardag pa Olands alvar. SEE 
Runback, Albert. 

HENNTNGSEN, POUL. 1894- 
Det haver jeg h^rt. SEE Gyldmark, Sven. 

Den opvakte jomfru. 
Pige, var dit hjerte. SEE Gyldmark, Sven. 

Den opvakte jomfru. 

[HENRIKSON, LISA] 
Kftrlekens sang; s&ng-vals [by] Alice Le 
Beau [pseud. ], svensk text: Ejnar 
West ling. Kr.2:- © Southern Music, 
a.b., Stockholm; 30Dec49; EFO-3470. 



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Semester -minnen; vals. Text: Ch. Henry 
[pseud. ], musik: Alice Le Beau [pseud. ] 
(In Sverige dansar och ler. Arg. 14, 
p7l6-17) © Edition Sylvaln a. b. . Stock- 
holm; 27Feb50; EFO-2634. 

HENRIKSSON. ALF. 
De eviga tre. SEE Norman, Charles. 

HENRIQUES. DUDLEY ARTHUR, ^r\ 
Sweetest little puppy; words and music 
by Edward Schwatlo, Sara Schwatlo and 
Dudley Henriques, Jr. © Mills Music, 
inc.. New York; 19Jun50; EP47541. 

HENRY, CH. pseud . SEE 
Carlsson, Henry. 

HENRY, CHARLES, 1909- 

♦Osmose; [by] Charles -Henry, version 
originale. (Edition nationale de musique 
moderne, no. 14157) [Two scores for 2 
pianos] © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
20Sep49; EFO-1329. 

HENRY. CLAUDE. 
Linda Mara. SEE Rancurel, Eudore. 

HENRY, LORENE, 1926- 
In the glory of the moonlight; words by 
Al Johnson, music by Lorene Henry. 
[A Jean Walz arrangement] Chicago, 
A. Johnson. © Eric Aibin (Al) Johnson 
& Lorene Henry; 23Feb50; EP44712. 

HENZE. HANS WERNER, 1923- 
♦Daa Wunder theater; Oper in einem Akt 
fur Schauspieler, nach einen Intermezzo 
von Miguel Cervantes, Deutsche tfberset- 
zung von Adolf Friedrich Graf von Schack; 
von Hans Werner Henze. Klavierauszug 
von Hans Gohre. Mainz, B. Schott's 
Sonne; New York. Associated Music Pub- 
lishers. (Edition Schott. 4028) [Piano 
score; with words and instrumental cues] 
© Schott fc Co.. ltd., 23Dec49; EFO-2351. 

HEPPNER, SAM, 1913- 
How like the stars. SEE Beltramo, 
Carlo. Come le stelle. 

HERBERT, ARTHUR. 
Broken down merry-go-round. SEE 
Stryker, Fred. 

HERBERT, VICTOR. 1859-1924. 
(Babes in Toy land) Toyland. Jeunesse. 
From Babes in Toyland, lyric by Glen 
MacDonough, French text by Emelia 
Renaud, music by Victor Herbert. 60£ 
© c - French version; M. Witmark &. 
Sons, New York; 18May50; EP46767. 

*(The fortune teller) Romany life; from The 
fortune teller by Victor Herbert. 
Transcribed for band by F. Campbell- 
Watson. (Witmark standard band library) 
[Condensed score and parts] $3. 50 
© on arrangement; M. Witmark & Sons, 
New York; 14Apr50; EP46238. 
(The red mill) Because you're you. Pare© 
que e'est toi. From The red mill. 
Lyric by Henry Blossom, French text by 
Emelia Renaud, music by Victor Herbert. 
60? © on French lyrics; M. Witmark k. 
Sons, New York; 27Feb50; EP44699. 

HERBIN, VTTTORIO. 
(Sfida all* ultimo sangue) Balliamo in 
tre; fox-briilante. dal film Sfida all' 
ultimo sangue. di V. Herbin. ( With 
Salerno. Alfonso. (II terrore dell' auto- 
strada) La tua bocca) [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Sol 
music. Roma; 15May50; EFO-3725. 

HERFURTH, CLARENCE PAUL. 1893- 
Classical album of early grade pieces; 
arr. in the first position for 'cello and 
piano by C. Paul Herfurth. [Score and 
part] 75 £ © on arrangements- The 
Boston Music Co., Boston; 14Mar50; 
EP44943. 
Instrumental horizons. SEE Instrumen- 
tal horizons. 



HERGET, MARION. 1922- 
Hey-ho, Virginia reel. SEE Wolf, Don. 

HERLAN, GUSTAV OSWALD, 1907- 
Faith. SEE Ludwig. D. A. 

HERMAN, HELEN, pseud . 

♦Bow and strings: bass; for class and 

individual instruction, by Helen Herman. 
(Belwin educational library, 389) 60? 
© Belwin, inc.. New York; bk. 2, 
30Jan50; EP43896. 
♦Bow and strings: bass; for class and in- 
dividual instruction, by Helen Herman. 
(Belwin educational library. 390) 60C 
©Belwin, inc.. New York; bk. 3, 7Jun50; 
EP47048. 
♦Bow and strings: cello; for class and 

individual instruction, by Helen Herman. 
(Belwin educational library, 386) 60? 
©Belwin, inc.. New York; bk. 2, 
30Jan50; EP43898. 
♦Bow and strings: cello; for class and in- 
dividual instruction, by Helen Herman. 
(Belwin educational library. 387) 60? 
© Belwin. inc.. New York; bk.3. 7Jun50; 
EP47047. 
♦Bow and strings: teacher's manual; for 
class and individual instruction, by Helen 
Herman. (Belwin educational library, 
401) $1.50 ©Belwin, inc.. New York; 
bk.3, 7Jun50; EP47049. 
♦Bow and strings: viola; for class and 

individual instruction, by Helen Herman. 
(Belwin educational library, 383) 60? 
©Belwin, inc.. New York; bk. 2, 
30Jan50; EP43897. 
♦Bow and strings: viola; for class ana in- 
dividual instruction, by Helen Herman. 
(Belwin educational library, 384) 60? 
© Belwin, inc . New York; bk. 3, 7Jun50; 
EP47046. 

HERMAN, PINKY, lyu5- 
Let's go down to Louie's. SEE 
Barry, Bill. 

HERMANN, RALPH. 
Little princess of radio land; lyrics by 
Lon D. Powell, music by Ralph Hermann. 
San Jose. Calif.. Sterling Publishers. 
© Lon D. Powell; 25Mar50 (in notice: 
1934); EP45513. Appl. states prev. reg. 
17Mar34, 84440. 
Western trails to mines of gold; lyrics by 
Lon D. Powell, music by Ralph Hermann. 
San Jose, Calif. , Sterling Publishers. 
© Lon D. Powell; 29Mar50; EP45514. 

FERNANDEZ, PEDRO. 
No me agites; guaracha, letra y mtisica de 
A. Bolona y P. Hernandez, arr. [by] 
PeVez Prado. [Piano-conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] 
© Rumbalero Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif.; 23Dec49; EP43356. 

HERNANDEZ, R. J. 
March on, O glorious Land of 
Liberty. SEE Bond, Roilin. 

HERNANDEZ, RAFAEL. 

Cancidn de tus recuerdos; bolero, de 
Rafael Hernandez. [Mexico], Editorial 
Mexicana de Musica Inter nacional. [For 
voice and piano) © Peer International 
Corp.; 18Aug49; EF14919. 

Le cumbanchero. El cumbanchero; rumba - 
guaracha. Paroles francalses de Claude 
Alix [pseud. ], paroles espagnoles et 
musique de Rafael Hernandez. © on 
French lyrics; Societe d 1 editions musi- 
cales Internationales, Paris; 22Nov49; 
EFO-2302. 

El cumbanchero; samba, testo originale 
e musica di Rafael Hernandez, testo 
italiano di Larlci-Testoni. © on Italian 
lyrics; Edizioni Southern Music, Milano; 
15Feb50; EFO-3465. 

La noche ... tu y yo; bolero, letra y 
musica de Rafael Hernandez. [Mexico], 
Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter - 
nacional. © Peer International Corp. ; 
18Aug49; EF14918. 



Puro engaflo; bolero letra y musica de 
Rafael Hernandez. [Mexico], Editorial 
Mexicana de Musica Inter nacional. 
© Peer International Corp. ; 18Aug49; 
EF14917. 

Yo quiero bailar contigo; guaracha. Letra 
y musica de Rafael Hernandez. [Mexico], 
Editorial Mexicana de Musica Inter - 
nacional. © Peer International Corp. ; 
22Dec48; EF14916. 

HERNANDEZ. RENE. 
Genaro tumb6 a la mula. SEE 

Pimienta, Mario. 
Mondongo. SEE Valdes, Miguelito. 

HERNANDEZ, ROBERTO. 
Cosas de la vida; bolero, letra y musica 
de Roberto Hernandez. © Editorial 
Mexicana de Musica Inter nacional, s. a. . 
Mexfco; 18Aug49; EFO-998. 

HERNRIED, ROBERT, 1883- 

Glory be to Thee; ancient German response, 
S.A.T.B., arr. by Robert Hernried, 
English text by R. H. (Kjos selected 
octavo series, no. 5126) [With piano or 
organ reduction] 16? © on arrangement; 
Neil A. Kjos Music Co. , Chicago; 
5Dec49; EP43253. 

Resurrection; chorale for four part mixed 
choir, with organ accompaniment ad lib. , 
original text and music by Robert Hern- 
ried, English text by Theodora Lau. 
(Sacred choral music 1473] 18? © Clayton 
F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 9Feb50; 
EP44179. 

Thou my only light; [Madrigal from the 
16th century, arr. J by Robert Hernried. 
[for] women's voices. [English poem by 
Matilda L. StoxenI (Sacred choral music. 
4152) [With piano reduction] 16* 
© Clayton F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 
26jan50; EP44343. 

HERRAND, MARC. 
Don't misunderstand. SEE Trenet, Charles. 
En veux-tu en voila; paroles de Jo Frachon, 

musique de Marc Her rand. Paris, R. 

Breton. © Editions Edimarton; 13Jul49; 

EF15157. 

HERRERA, ARMANDO. 
Sueno de Tongolele, fantasia tahitiana, 
letra y musica de Armando Herrera. 
© Editorial Mexicrna de Musica Inter - 
nacional, s.a.. Mexico; 22Dec48; 
EF14921. 

HERRERA. HUMBERTO. 
La cana de azucar. The sugar cane 
rhumba; words and music [by] Humberto 
Herrera. [Spanish words] © Mills 
Music, inc., New York; 6Jan50; 
EP43707. 

HERRERA, ULPIANO. 
Que te parece, Cholito; tamborera 
panamena, letra y musica de Ulpiano 
Herrera. © Editorial Mexicana de 
Musica International, s.a., Mexico; 
3lMay50; EF15535. 

HERRICK. ELMER DWIGHT 1910- 
El Rey piano accordion method; [by Elmer 
D. Herrick] Chicago. El Rey Music 
Publications, Bronson Pub. Co. , Detroit, 
sole distributor. © Elmer D. Herrick; 
lesson 11, 15Mar50; EP45043. 

El Rey piano accordion method; by Elmer 
D. Herrick. Chicago, El Rey Music 
Publications; Bronson Pub. Co. , Detroit, 
sole distributor. © Elmer D. Herrick; 
lesson 12-15, 15Apr50; EP45694. 

El Rey piano accordion method; by Elmer 
D. Herrick. Chicago, El Rey Music 
Publications; Bronson Pub. Co. , Detroit, 
sole distributor. © Elmer D. Herrick; 
lesson 16-19, 5Jun50; EP47309. 

Home sweet home. SEE Bishop, 
Sir H. R. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HERRMANN, ALFRED C 
When I scheme, when I dream of you; 
words and music by Al Herrmann (arr. 
by Pauline Rusch) © Alfred C. Herrmann, 
Eau Claire, Wis.; 9Jan50; EP43590. 

HERRMANN, HUGO, 1896- 
Abendrunde; [by) Hugo Herrmann, [words 
by Martin Vollmer] [Close score: TTBBl 
© L. Schwann Verlag, DOsseldorf; 
29Mar50; EFO-3645. 
Sonnenuntergang; fur vierstimmigen 
Mannerchor, [by] Hugo Herrmann, 
[words by Friedrich HOlderlin] [Close 
score: TTBBJ © L. Schwann Verlag, 
DOsseldorf; 29Mar50; EF0-3641. 

HERRMANN, MAX JOHAN, 1884- 
Friendshlp; by Max J. Herrmann. [For 

voice and piano] © Max J. Herrmann; 

14Apr50; ^P46318. 
Friendship; [by] Max J. Herrmann. [For 

voice and piano] © on changes; Max J. 

Herrmann; 20Apr50; EP47234. 
Wild life; [by Max Johan Herrmann] 

[For voice and piano] © on changed 

words; Max Johan Herrmann; 14Sep49; 

EP44052. Appl. states prev. reg. 

lAug49, 17499. 

HERSCHER, LOUIS, 1894- 
Palace of stone. SEE Springs, James. 
Three friends, two sweethearts, one 
broken heart; by Louis Herscher. 
[Melody and chord symbols, with words] 
© Bell Song Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
15Feb50; EP44388. 

[HERSCHKOVITCH, MARC] 1920- 

Bal de nuit; paroles de Eddy Marnay 
[pseud. ], musique de Marc Heyral 
[pseud. ] et Albert Lasry. © Editions 
musicales d' adaptations cinemato- 
graphiques Europa, Paris; lMar5C 
EFO-2535. 

Je t'ai choisi; paroles de Eddy Marnay 
[pseud. ], musique de Marc Heyral 
[pseud, j © Editions musicales d' adapta- 
tions cinematographiques Europa, Paris; 
6Apr50; EFO-3093. 

Le marchand de reve; valse. Paroles de 
Eddy Marnay [pseud. ], musique de Marc 
Heyral [pseud. ] © Les Nouvelles 
Editions Meridian, Paris; 30Nov49; 
EFO-2290. 
Nult tropicale; paroles de Helene Simon 
[pseud. 1, musique de Marc Heyral 
[pseud. ] & M. Philippe-Gerard [pseud. ] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 21Feb50; 
EFO-2404. 
Ohe* les gars! Paroles de Eddy Marnay 
[pseud. ], musique de Marc Heyral 
[pseud.] [Paris. R. Breton] ©France 
Music Co.; 3Jan50; EF15437. 

Paris qui s'e'veille; paroles de Eddy Marnay 
[pseud. ], musique de Marc Heyral [pseud.] 
4. Eddy Marnay. Paris, R . Breton, 
© France Music Corp.; 23Dec48; EF15435. 

HERTZMANN, ERICH, 1902- 
Rondo a capriccio. SEE Beethoven, 
Ludwig van. 



HERZ, PETER, 1895- 
Der Weg zur Seligkeit. 
Frank. 



SEE Fox, 



HERZOG, ARTHUR, Jr. 
God bless' the child. SEE Holiday, B. 



E. 



HESS, CLIFF, 1892- 
I'm gonna be busy dating you, darling, 
Monday thru Sunday; words and music by 
Abel Baer and Cliff Hess. © Laurel 
Music Corp. , New York; 3Jan50; 
EP43652. 

HESS, EARL ALGER, 1906- 
Call Him by His name. SEE Harding. 
M. M. 

HESSE, HERMANN, 1877- 
Beim Schlafengehen. SEE Strauss, 
Richard. Letzte Lieder. 



FrQhling. SEE Strauss, Richard. 

Letzte Lieder. 
September. SEE Strauss, Richard. 

Letzte Lieder. 

HESSE, R. 
SEE Med 120 basar och fint faner. 

HESSENBERG. KURT, 1908- 

* (Quartet, strings, no. 3, op. 33) 

Streichquartett nr. 3; fur 2 Violinen, 
Viola und Violoncello, von Kurt Hessen- 
berg Op. 33. Mainz, B. Schott' s 
Sonne; New York. Associated Music Pub- 
lishers. (Edition Schott. 3622) [Score] 
© Schott & Co. . ltd ; 21Aug49; EFO-1238. 

* (Sonata, piano 4 hands, op. 34, no. 1) 

Sonate C-moll; von Kurt Hessenberg. 
Op. 34. Nr. 1. (Edition Schott, 1404) 
© Schott & Co. . ltd. , Mainz; 3lMar50; 
EF0-3220. 
♦Zehn kleine Prftludien; fur Klavier oder 
Clavichord, von Kurt Hessenberg, op. 35. 
(Edition Schott, 1403) [For piano] 
© Schott & Co., ltd., Mainz; 23Dec49; 
EF0-3179. 

HEWITT, ADELINE ELOISE. 
Lift your eyes to the crest of the hills. 
SEE Hewitt, R. L. 

HEWITT, ROBERT LEE. 
Lift your eyes to the crest of the hills; 
words and music by Adeline Hewitt and 
Bob Hewitt, arr. by Bernie Kaai [pseud. ] 
© Ray Meany, d. b. a. Polynesian Songs, 
Oakland, Calif.; 9Jun50; EP47122. 

HEYMAN, EDWARD, 1907- 
Sweetheart semicolon. SEE 
Young, Victor. A la carte. 

HEYNE. JOE. 
La petite valse; musique de Joe Heyne. 
[For piano, with chord symbols] 
© World Music Co. & Editions Pletinckx, 
BruxeUes; 28Feb50; EF15522. 



Herschkovitch, 



,C, pseuc 
i. Marc, 



1920- 



HEYSE, PAUL JOHANN LUDWIG VON, 

1830-1914. 

Uber ein StQndlein. SEE Lang, Hans. 

HEYWARD. DUBOSE, 1885-1940. 
I got plenty o 1 nuttin'. SEE 
Gershwin, George. Porgy and Bess. 

HEYWOOD, EARL. 

The Alberta waltz; words and music by 
Earl Heywood. © Acuff-Rose Publica- 
tions, Nashville, Tenn. ; 30Dec49; 
EP43209. Appl. states, prev. reg. 
26Sep49, EU180017. 

Earl Heywood's song book; [by Earl Hey- 
wood, compiled by T. St. Clair Low] 
[For voice and piano; with guitar dia- 
grams and chord symbols] 60£ 
© Canadian Music Sales Corp. , ltd. , 
Toronto; no. 1, 4Nov48; EF15464. 

When the clouds kiss th-j moon in the sky. 
SEE Harmacek, Jerry. 

HIBBELER, RAYMOND OSCAR. 1892- 
Cinderella, darling; waltz, words by 

Olivia Edwards, music by Ray Hibbeler. 
© Olivia Mavis Edwards; 3Apr50; 

EP45915. 
Dreams make me melancholy; words & 

music by Franklin B. Terry and Ray 

Hibbeler. © on changes in words & 

music; Franklin Benjemine Terry; 

3Jan50; EP43655. Appl. states prev. 

reg. as Only a dream, 18Sep46, EU37301. 
Gwendolyn; waltz, words by Dick Neal 

[pseud. ], music by Ray Hibbeler. 

© Richard Neal Holding; 9Jan50; 

EP43564. 
I love my love; waltz. Words by Edward D. 

Tittmann, music by Ray Hibbeler. 

© Edward d'Oench Tittmann; 3Jan50; 

EP43767. 
The old trysting place; words & music by 

Anna A. Redlack and Ray Hibbeler. 

© Anna Angeline Redlack; 3Jan50; 

EP43382. 



When shadows tenderly rail; wauz, wo rem 
by Olivia Edwards, music by Ray 
Hibbeler. © Olivia Mavis Edwards; 
23Apr50; EP45914. 

You are so lovely to love; waltz, words by 
Richard Thomas Coles, music by Ray 
Hibbeler. © Richard Thomas Coles; 
22Mar50; EP45254. 

You're the most beautiful rose in my 
garden; words by Mildred Miller, music 
by Ray Hibbeler. © Mildred Miller; 
lljan50; EP43656. 

You've found the key to my heart; words 
fc music by Edward August Kunze and 
Ray Hibbeler. © On changers in words 
& music; Edward August Kunze; 3Jan50; 
EP43375. Appl. states prev. reg. as 
141931E. 

HIBBS, CLEO ALLEN, 1907- 
Catch me if you can; piano solo, by Cleo 
Allen Hibbs. 35? © Bel win, inc. , New 
York; 17Feb50; EP44454. 
The echo; a cross hand study piano solo, 
by Cleo Allen Hibbs. © Bel win, inc. , 
New York; 17Feb50; EP44443. 

HICK. BOBBY. 

Una melodia para recordarte. SEE 

Gutierrez, Julio. 
Yo no se porque te quiero. SEE 

Gutierrez, Julio. 

HICKS, ROBERT CHARLES, 1911- 
Lejos. muy lejos. SEE Rexach. Silvia. 
Sabes que me voy. SEE Venegas, 
Guillermo. 

HIGGINS, MALCOLM, 1901- 
In ray heart; [words and music by Malcolm 

Higglns] [Melody and chord symbols, 

with words] © Malcolm Higglns; 

24 Apr 50; EP45908. 
Summer's song; words and music by 

Malcolm Higgins. © Malcolm Higgins; 

23May50; EP46978. 
This can't be our last goodbye, words and 

music by Malcolm Higgins © Malcolm 

Higgins; l9Feb50; EH'r5150. 

HIGGINSON, VINCENT. 1896- 
The proper of the mass. SEE Tozer, A 
Edmonds. 

* Propria Dominlcalia; Propers for Sundays 
and the principal feasts of the church 
year, for unison, 2 equal or SAB voices, 
by Cyr de Brant [pseud. ] $2 © McLaugh- 
lin & ReiUy Co., Boston; 4May50; 
EP46610. 

HIGH, FREEMAN. 
Casey Jones. SEE Newton, E. W. 

HILL, ALFRED. 

Haere-re. A Maori farewell, song, 
English lyric by Alfred Hill, collected 
and arr. by Alfred Hill. 2/6 © on ar- 
rangement & English lyric; Southern 
Music Pub. Co. (Australasia) pty. ltd. , 
Sydney; 19Dec49; EF0-1734. 

Melody; by Alfred Hill. [Score (violin and 
piano) and part, with alternative part 
for violoncello] 2/- © Allan & Co. , pty. 
ltd., Melbourne; 20Dec49; EF0-3369. 

HILL, CLAIR H. 
One and one are two. SEE Hall, 
David. 

HILL. EDDIE. 
Bless your little thumping gizzard. 

SEE Louvin, Charles. 
Gonna shake hands with mother over there. 
SEE Louvin, Charles. 

HILL, GEORGE PHILIP. 1895- 
Cotton balin' time in Dixieland; words and 
music by George Hill, arr. by R. Svmnoe. 
[Close score: TTBB] 20? © Gaum on t 
Music Publishers, ltd. , Chicago; 
!0Feb50; EP44114. 



110 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



Down in the old barbershop; words and 
music by George Hill, arr. by Frank 
Thorne. [Close score: TTBBJ 20? 
© Gaumont Music Publishers, ltd. , 
Chicago; 10Feb50; EP44118. 

Dream girl, words and music by George 
Hill, arr. by Walter Ingram. (Close 
score: TTBB1 20£ © Gaumont Music 
Publishers, ltd., Chicago; lOFeb50; 
EP44117. 

Dreams of yesterday; words and music 
by George Hill, arr. by Frank Thorne. 
(With Dalley. J. A. Dreaming) [Close 
score: TTBBJ 20? © Gaumont Music 
Publishers, ltd., Chicago; 10Feb50; 
EP44112. 

Gone; words by George Hill [and] George 
Strandt, music [by George Hill], arr. 
by Walter Ingram [and R. Svanoe] 
[Clore scorer TTBB] 20C © Gaumont 
Music Publishers, ltd. , Chicago; 
10Feb50; EP44115. 

Hello to ev'ryone; words and music by 
George Hill, arr. by Walter Ingram. 
[Close score: TTBB] 20£ © Gaumont 
Music Publishers, ltd., Chicago; 
10Feb50; EP44120. 

I'm go in 1 back to Maryland; words and 
music by George Hill, arr. by Walter 
Ingram [and R. Svanoe] [Close score: 
TTBB] 20£ © Gaumont Music Pub- 
lishers, ltd. , Chicago; 10Feb50; 
EP44116. 

In the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains; 
words and music by George Hill, arr. by 
Walter Ingram. [Close score: TTBB] 
20£ © Gaumont Music Publishers, ltd., 
Chicago; 10Feb50; EP44119. 

What's become of the good old days? 
Words and music by George Hill, arr. 
by Walter Ingram [and R. Svanoe] 
[Close score: TTBB] 20C © Gaumont 
Music Publishers, ltd. , Chicago; 
10Feb50; EP44121. 

When there's no one around but the moon; 
words and music by George Hill, arr. by 
Walter Ingram. [Close score: TTBB] 
20? © Gaumont Music Publishers, ltd., 
Chicago; lOFeb50; EP44113. 

HILL, HERBERT. SEE 
Hill, Clair H. 

HILL, MILDRED J. 
Happy birthday to you. SEE Hill, P. S. 

HILL, MIRRIE. 
Dream cloud; words and music by Mirrie 
Hill. 2/6 © Allan & Co. , pty. ltd. , 
Melbourne; 25Nov40; EFO-3367. 
God be in my head; [words from] Sarum 
primer, 1558, song in C, music by 
Mirrie Hill. 2/- © Chappell & Co., 
ltd. , London; 2Jun50; EFO-3750. 

HILL, PATTYS. 
Happy birthday to you; by Mildred and 
Patty riill, arr. by Kenneth Kimes. 
With an arrangement for any size 
instrumental combination on back cover. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Clayton F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 
lOMar50; EP45486. 
Happy birthday to you; with an arrange- 
ment for any size instrumental combina- 
tion on back cover, by Mildred and Patty 
Hill, arr. by Kenneth Kimes. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] © Clayton 
F. Summy Co. , Chicago; 10Apr50; 
EP46659. 

HILL, WILLIAM HART. 
Forever yours; song by William Hill, 
arr't by Aletha Mae Robinson. [For 
voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© on correction of typographical errors; 
Harrison Godwin Smith, New York; 
31 Dec 4 9, EP43146. Appl. states prev. 
reg., 19May46, EU22058. 

HILL AND RANGE SONGS, INC., comp. 
George Morgan's songs for home folk; 
[compiled by Hill and Range Songs, inc. ] 
60? © Hill and Range Songs, inc. , 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 30Dec49; EP43357. 



HILLIARD, BOB, pseud. SEE 
Goldsmith, Hilllard, 1918- 

HILLMAN, ROC. 
Timbales; Cuban drum beat; lyrics and 
music by Barclay Allen and Roc Hillman. 
© Martin Music, Hollywood, Calif.; 
19Jan50; EP43668. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 13Feb48, EU116942. 

HILLSMAN, ROSCOE C. 
The rainbow's end in Hawaii. SEE 
Hall, David. 

HILLYER, ROBERT. 1895- 
The assassination. SEE Dello Joio. 
Norman. 

HILO. WILLY, pseud . SEE 
Stoor, Yngve. 

HIMEBAUGH, HARRY ARNOLD, 1912- 
Early in the spring; Hoosier folk song, 
arr. by Harry A. Himebaugh. [Score: 
solo voice (S or T), chorus (SATB) and 
piano reduction] 18£ © Paul A. Schmitt 
Music Co., Minneapolis; 13Jan50; 
EP43729. 

HIMEL, RALPH J 
I've got a soft spot for you, in my heart; 
by Ralph J. Himel [For voice and piano, 
with chord symbols] © Ralph J. Himel, 
Houma. La.; 20Jan50; EP44132. 

HIMMELL, SAMUELS., 1896- 
Israeli. SEE Adams, Stephen. The 
Holy City. 

HINDEMITH, PAUL, 1895- 
♦Apparebit repentina dies; [by] Paul 

Hindemith. [Text: A Latin poem, before 
700] For mixed chorus and brass 
instruments. Piano and vocal score. 
Fur gemischten Chor und Blech-In- 
strumente. Klavierauszug mit Sing- 
stimmen. Mainz, B. Schott's Sonne. 
© Schott & Co. , ltd. ; 12Dec49; 
EFO-1494. 
*Aufgaben fur Harmonie-SchQler; deutsche 
Ausg. des englischen Originals: A 
concentrated course in traditional 
harmony [by] Paul Hindemith. © on 
German edition of English original; 
Schott fc Co., ltd., Maine; 28Apr49; 
AF11470. 
♦Aufgaben fur Harmonieschuler: Harmonie- 
flbungen fQr Fortgeschrittene. [By] 
Paul Hindemith. (Edition Schott, 3603) 
© Schott & Co., ltd., Mainz; 2. Teil, 
29Sep49; EF14938. 
Birthday canon for Mrs. Elizabeth Sprague 
Coolidge; [by] Paul Hindemith. [Melody, 
with Latin words] © Schott & Co. , ltd. , 
London; 14 Mar 50; EF15291. 
♦(Concerto, piano) Konzert; fur Piano und 

Orchester; von Paul Hindemith. 

Klavierauszug fnr zwei Klaviere. 

Mainz, B Schott's Sonne. (Edition 
Schott, 3838) [Score: 2 pianos] © Schott 

*Co., ltd.; 14Mar48; EF14940. 
The demon of the gibbet. [By] Paul 
Hindemith, [words by] Fitz-James 
O'Brien. Galgenritt. [Score: chorus 
(TBarBarBB) © Schott & Co. , ltd. , 
Mainz; 18Feb50; EF15686. 
♦(Lieder, op. 18) Lieder mit Klavier; von 
Paul Hindemith. Op. 18. [Words by] 
Curt Bock, Christ. Morgenstern, Else 
Lasker-SchQler [and others] (Edition 
Schott, 2023) ©B. Schott's Sonne, 
Mainz; 29Aug22; EF15389. 
Nun da der Tag; [by] Paul Hindemith, 

[words by] Friedrich Nietzsche. [Score: 

TTBB] © Schott & Co., ltd., Mainz; 

18Feb50; EF15684. 
♦ (Quartet, strings, no. 6) Sechstes 

Streichquartett; fnr 2 Violinen, Viola und 

Violoncello, von Paul Hindemith. 1945. 

Partitur. Mainz, B. Schott's Sonne. 

(Edition Schott, 3538) [Miniature score] 

© Schott k Co. , ltd. ; 22Sep49; EF14939. 
Schott's Chorbuch. SEE 

Schott's Chorbuch. 



Sechste Streichquartett. SEE HIS 
Quartet, strings, no. 6. 
♦(Sonata, violoncello & piano) Sonate; von 
Paul Hindemith. 1948. Mainz, B 
Schott's Sonne. (Edition Schott, 3839) 
[Score and part] © Associated Music 
Publishers, inc.; 9Apr48; EF14941. 
Die Stiefmutter; [by] Paul Hindemith. 
Alter Text. [Score: TTBBJ © Schott 
fc Co., ltd., Mainz; 18Feb50; EF15685. 
♦(Symphony) Symphony in E flat; [by] Paul 
Hindemith. (Edition [Schott] 3532A) 
[Miniature score] © Schott & Co. , ltd. , 
London; 18Dec43; EF15218. 
♦ The ma mit vier Variationen; die vier 
Temperamente darstellend, far 
Streichorchester und Klavier, von Paul 
Hindemith. Klavierauszug for 2 Klaviere 
von Karl Hammer. (Edition Schott, 1625) 
[Score: 2 pianos] © B. Schott's Soehne, 
Mainz; Ger. ; 21 Mar 47; EF14942. 
♦Tuttifantchen; Weihnachtsmarchen mit 
Gesang und Tanz in 3 Bildern von 
Hedwlg Michel und Franziska Becker, 
Musik von Paul Hindemith. Klavier - 
Aussug. [Piano- vocal score] © B. 
Schott's Sonne, Mainz; 22Nov22; EF15390. 
Das verfluchte Geld; [by] Paul Hindemith. 
Alter Text. [Score: TTBB] © Schott & 
Co., ltd., Mainz; 18Feb50; EF15687. 
♦When lilacs last in the door-yard bloom'd; 
a requiem, "For those we love, " on the 
poem by Walt Whitman, [for] mezzo- 
soprano & baritone soli, chorus and 
orchestra. Als Flieder jttngst mir im 
Garten blunt; Deutsche Ubertragung vom 
Komponisten. London, Schott. (Edition 
Schott 3800) [Piano -vocal score, English 
and German words] © on German words; 
Associated Music Publishers, inc. ; 
24Sep48; EP43606. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 29Apr48. EP26315. 

HINES, DELPHIA. 
Darling, quit playing with my heart. 

SEE Marvin, Lloyd. 
I keep telling myself. SEE 
Marvin, Lloyd. 

HINES, GAIL HAMILTON, 1895- 
Lake-of-love songs; words by Gail Ham- 
ilton Hines, music by [Gail Hamilton 
Hines], Bob Carieton, [Aaron A. Clark 
and Atze Taconia] [Melodies and words] 
© Gail Hamilton Hines; 11 Mar 50; 
EP44814. 
Picture me. SEE Clark, A. A. 

HINGA, HOWARD. 
The American singer. SEE 
Beattie, J. W. 

HIRAM COLLEGE, Hiram, Ohio . 
Hiram college song book; edited by Sigma 
Mu Sigma. © Hiram College, Sigma Mu 
Sigma, Hiram, Ohio; 1950 issue, 8Jun50; 
EP47044. 

HIRSCHBERG, DAVID, 1899- ed. 

Pieces are fun; selected pieces compiled, 
edited and annotated by David Hirsch- 
berg. [For piano] 85£ © Musicord Publi- 
cations, New York; bk. 3, 24Jan50; 
EP43746. 
Theory is fun; by David Hirschberg, 
illustrations and cartoons by Frank 
Little. 85C © Musicord Publications. 
New York; bk. 1, 24Jan50; EP43745. 

HISSARUAN-LAGOUTTE. PIERRETTE. 

♦ Philosophic et esthetique de l'art musical. 
Lausanne, M. & P. Foetisch. © Pierette 
Hissarlian-Lagoutte (in notice: M. & P. 
Foetisch); lSep49; AF 11054. 

HITT, ARZA BROWN. 
How was I to know. SEE Guttmann, 
Richard. 

HITZ, WILLIAM F. 
Dixieland is here to stay. SEE 
Holden, C. J. 



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HIVER. 
Machicha; Macicia. Beguine rumba, 
music a di Hiver, parole di Perotti. 
( With Fiammenghi. A Bala Blanca) 
(Fiano- conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edizioni musicali 
STOP, Milano; 3Jan50; EFO-1744. 

HJUKSTR6m, CASPER. 
Hawaiian boogie woogie. SEE 

Eriksberg, Folke. 
Sommarnattens karleksmelodi. SEE 
Flodin, Sven. 

HLAD1SCH, EDUARD RUDOLF. 
Blaklockornas rendezvous. SEE 
Winter. Fred. 

HOAPIU, ALEX. 
Honolulu, my island home; words by Mort 
Searles, music by Alex Hoapili, 
[instruction and arrangement] by [Betty 
B. Glynn of] the Oahu staff. (Oahu 
diagram method for Hawaiian guitar, 
[lesson] 40B) © on instruction fr arrange- 
ment; Oahu Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 
10Apr50; EP46717. 

HOBART, LUTHER. 
Have you ever been to a wedding? Words 
and music by Luther Hobart. © Croxton 
Pub. Co., Los Angeles; 2 Jun50; 
EP47071. 

HOCHMAN, CHARLOTTE, 1907- 
Sarah Maria Jones of Hunter High; lyric 
and music by Charlotte Hochman. 
© Charlotte Hochman; 18May50; 
EP46656. 

HODGES, JAMES STEELE, 1885- 
Whispering love. SEE Nelson, R. A. 

HODGKINS, HENRY FOLLETT. 
Shoot if you must. SEE Dingle, D. H. 

HODGKINSON, MYRTLE R. 
Our love will come again. SEE 
Hall, David. 

HODGSON, PERCIVAL. 
New violin method for beginners; using 
the pentatonic scale, by Percival 
Hodgson. 2/6 © on compilation, ar- 
rangement fc new music; Hawkes & Son 
(London), ltd., London;. bk. 4, 17Mar50; 
EFO-2674. 
Supplementary pieces for violin and piano; 
to be used in conjunction with the New 
violin method for beginners, by Percival 
Hodgson. [Score (violin and piano) and 
parts for 2 violins] 2/6 © on compilation, 
arrangement & new music; Hawkes fc 
Son (London), ltd., London; bk. 4, 
31Mar50; EFO-2327. 

[HODSON, CARLE] 1918- 

The dream polka; accordion solo by Karl 
Olson [pseud. ] © Empire Music 
Publishers, New Westminster, B. C; 
15Mar50; EF0-2893. 

The Friday night waltz; accordion solo, 
by Karl Olson (pseud. ] © Empire Music 
Publishers, New Westminster, B.C.; 
13Feb50; EFO-2018. 

The new Norwegian waltz; accordion 
solo, by Karl Olson [pseud. ] © Empire 
Music Publishers, New Westminster, 
B.C.; 13Feb50; EFO-2019. 

The phantom waltz; accordion solo, by 
Karl Olson [pseud. ] © Empire Music 
Publishers, New Westminster. B.C.; 
13Feb50; EFO-2017. 

HOEFER, GEORGE, ed. 
The Dixieland New Orleans Folio; of 
famous blues, stomps and ragtime, 
edited by George Hoefer, [compiled by 
Karl Bradley] [Partly for piano; partly 
for voice and piano, with ukulele or 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
$1.25 © Melrose Music Corp., New 
York; no. 1-3, 7Apr50; EP46026-46028. 



| HOGSTEDT, JERRY, 

I S£ har odet bestamt; lings am vals, 

musikbearbetning: Jerry Hogstedt, text: 
l Lilian Ekbergh. 2. 25 © Southern Music 

a.b. , Stockholm; 30Dec50 (in notice: 
I 1949); EFO-3466. 

Salt inte din lit till flickor. SEE 
| Freje, C. H. 

| HtfLLER, KARL, 1907- 
| * (Concerto, violin, no. 2) Symphonisches 
Konzert; fur Violine und Orchester [by] 
Karl Holler. Op. 47. 2. Violinkonzert. 
Klavierauszug vom Komponisten. 
[Score (violin and piano) and part] 
© Willy Muller, SQddeutscher Musikver- 
lag, Heidelberg; 15Dec49; EFO-2960. 
♦(Concerto, violoncello, no. 2, op. 50) 
Zweites Konzert; D moll, op. 50, [by] 
Karl Holler. Klavierauszug vom 
Komponisten. [Score (violoncello and 
piano) and part] © Willy MQller, 
SQddeutscher Musikverlag, Heidelberg; 
15Dec49; EFO-2938. 
Drittes Streichquartett. SEE HIS 

Quartet, strings, no. 3, op. 42. 
(Klelne Sonaten, piano, op. 41) Sonate nr. 1; 
D-moll [from Drei kleine sonaten, by] 
Karl Holler. Op. 41, nr.l. (Edition 
Breitkopf, nr. 4259a) © Musikverlag Hans 
Sikorski, Hamburg; lNov49; EF0-2343. 
(Klelne Sonaten, piano, op. 41) Sonate, nr. 
1; D-moll, [from Drei kleine Sonaten, op. 
41, by] Karl Holler. (Edition Breitkopf, 
nr. 4259a) © N. Simrock, Leipzig; 
5Sep49; EFO-1761. 
(Kleine Sonaten, piano, op. 41) Sonate nr. 2; 
G-dur [from Drei kleine Sonaten, by] 
Karl HOUer. Op. 41. nr. 2. (Edition 
Breitkopf, nr. 4259b) © Musikverlag Hans 
Sikorski, Hamburg; 1Nov49; EFO-2344. 
(Kleine Sonaten, piano, op. 41) Sonate, 
nr. 2; G-dur, [from Drei kleine Sonaten, 
op. 41, by] Karl Holler. (Edition 
Breitkopf, nr. 4259b) © N. Simrock, 
Leipzig; 5Sep49; EFO-1760. 
♦(Quartet, strings, no. 3, op. 42) Drittes 
Streichquartett; D-dur, von Karl Holler. 
Op. 42. [Miniature score] ©Willy 
MOller, SQddeutscher Musikverlag, 
Heidelberg; 15Dec49 (in notice: 1948); 
EFO-2941. 
♦(Quartet, strings, no. 4, op. 43) Viertes 
Streichquartett; C-dur, von Karl Holler. 
Op. 43. Nach dem Besuch einer Aus- 
stellung: Moderne franzosische Malerei. 
[Miniature score] © Willy MQller, 
SQddeutscher Musikverlag, Heidelberg; 
15Dec49; EFO-2942. 
Sonate, op. 41. SEE HIS 
Kleine Sonaten, op. 41. 
♦(Suite, piano, op. 2) Suite; [by] Karl 
Holler. Op. 2. © Willy MQUer, 
SQddeutscher Musikverlag, Heidelberg; 
15Dec49; EFO-2932. 
Viertes Streichquartett. SEE HIS 

Quartet, strings, no. 4, op. 43. 
Zweites Konzert. SEE HIS 
Concerto, violoncello, no. 2, op. 50. 



HURLER, ERNST. 
Kleine Tanze aus dem 18. 
Schoch. Rudolf. 



SEE 



HtiSER, OTTO, 1877- 

♦Es singt der Rhein; Rheinlieder -Potpourri, 
von Otto HOser [and] Wilhelm Lutz. 
(Domesticum, nr. 389) [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
© Schott & Co. , ltd. , Mainz; 30Dec49; 
EF0-3187. 

HOFF. GEORGE T. 
What a lovely night. SEE Hall, David. 

HOFFMAN, AL, 1902- 
Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo. SEE Livingston, 
Jerry. 

Honey, won't you honeymoon with me? 
SEE Trace, A. J. 



If I knew you were comin', I'd 've 

baked a cake. SEE Trace, A. J. 
If we could be a-l-o-n-e. SEE 

Livingston, Jerry. 
If you smile at the sun, the sun will 

smile at you. SEE Carr, Leon. 
Me and my imagination. SEE Merrill, Bob. 
Memories of Santa Lucia. SEE 

Brito, Phil. 
Nightwind sighing; by Joseph Sc huh mac her 

and Al Hoffman. [For voice and piano, 

with chord symbols] © Oxford Music 

Corp., New York; 28Apr50; EP46004. 

Appl. states prev. reg. as Nightwind, 

17Jan50, EU190498. 
Poco loco in the coco. SEE Trace, A. J. 
There's no tomorrow. SEE Carr, 

Leon. 

HOFFMAN, LESTER. 
When Dobbin comes back; words and 
music by Lester Hoffman. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif. ; 25Jun49; 
EP45809. 

HOFFMAN, LILBURNE KING. 

Now thank we all our God. SEE 
Cruger, Johann. 

Roadways. SEE Clark, P. J. 

Sea fever. SEE Clark, P. J. 

Somebody callin' my name; for two-part 
chorus of male voices. Spiritual arr. by 
Lilburne Hoffman. (Selected choral 
series, no. 41, 107) [With piano ace] 18f 
© on arrangement; The Raymond A. 
Hoffman Co., Chicago; 6Jan50; EP43761. 

HOFFMANN, KAI. 
Den danske sang. SEE Nielsen, C. A. 

HOFFMANN, RUDOLF STEFAN. 1878- 
1939. 

Piesni muezzina szalonego. SEE 
Szymanowski, Karol. 

HOFSOMMER, ARMIN CONRAD. 
SEE Flap 'er sails. 

HOFSTAD, MILDRED, 1905- 
Little striped chipmunk; piano solo with 
words [by] Mildred Hofstad. 30£ 
© Theodore Presser Co., Bryn Mawr, 
Pa.; 3Apr50; EP45330. 
The lonely pussy; piano solo with words 
[by] Mildred Hofstad. 30^ © Theodore 
Presser Co., Bryn Mawr. Pa.; 28Feb50 
EP44696. 

Reddy Fox goes walking; piano solo with 
words, by Mildred Hofstad. 30C © The 
Willis Music Co. , Cincinnati; 24Apr50: 
EP45725. 

The sea princess; piano solo with words, 
[by] Mildred Hofstad. 30? © Theodore 
Presser Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; HMay50: 
EP46613. 

A tree toad lives up in our tree; piano 
solo with words, [by] Mildred Hofstad. 
30C" © Theodore Presser Co., Bryn 
Mawr, Pa. ; 15Mar50; EP45025. 

HOGAN, MICHAEL. 
Come across. SEE Princeton University. 
Triangle Club. Come across. 



HOLBROOKE, JOSEF. 1878- 
(Ballade, English horn •> piano) Ballade; 
for pianoforte and cor anglais, bass 
clarinet in B flat, solo bassoon or solo 
horn in F, by Josef Holbrooke. [Score 
and parts] 5/- © Goodwin fc Tabb, ltd. , 
London; 22Feb50; EF0-2875. 

HOLDEN, CHARLES J 
Dixieland is here to stay; words and music 
by Bill Hitz and Charles Holden. 
© Lombardo Music, inc.. New York; 
lMay50; EP46077. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 24Jan50, EU191346. 



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HOLDEN. OLIVER. 
All hail the power of Jesus' name; hymn- 
anthem, arr. by Roy Ringwald, verses 
1, 2 and 4 by Edward Perronet. verse 3 
by John Rippon, music by Oliver Holden. 
( With Mason, Lowell. O day of rest and 
gladness) [Close score: solo voice and 
chorus (SATB, SAA or TTBB) with option- 
al organ introduction and interlude] 
© on arrangement; Shawnee Press, inc.. 
East Stroudsburg, Pa. ; 8Jun50; EP47374. 



HOLDEN, TALENTE. 
Say the old way will do. 
David. 



SEE Hall, 



HOLDING, RICHARD NEAL, 1874- 
Gwendolyn. SEE Hibbeler, R. O. 

HOLIDAY, BILUE E 1915- 

God bless' the child; girl vocal [in] B 
flat, words & music by Arthur Herzog, 
Jr. & Billie Holiday, vocal background 
arrangement by Eddie Ballantine. 
[Condensed score (orchestra) and parts, 
with words] © on arrangement; Edward 
B. Marks Music Corp. , New York; 
5May50; EP46117. 

God bless 1 the child; male vocal [in] E 
flat, words & music by Arthur Herzog, 
Jr. & Billie Holiday, vocal background 
arrangement by Eddie Ballantine. 
[Condensed score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] © on arrangement; Edward 
B, Marks Music Corp. , New York; 
5May50; EP46118. 

God bless' the child; words and music by 
Arthur Herzog, Jr. and Billie Holiday. 
[Arrangement by Clay Warnick] for four 
part mixed voices. S.A.T.B. [With piano 
ace. ] 20^ © on arrangement; Edward B. 
Marks Music Corp. , New York; 30Mar50; 
EP45247. 

God bless' the child; words and music by 
Arthur Herzog. Jr. and Billie Holiday, 
for three part choral, S.S.A., [arrange- 
ment by Clay Warnick] [With piano ace. ] 
20C © on arrangement; Edward B. Marks 
Music Corp. , New York; 13Apr50; 
EP45506. 

HOLLAND, HANS MUNCH- SEE 
Munch- Holland, Hans, 1899- 

HOLLAND. NORAH. 
Ships of old renown. SEE 
Pritchard, A. J. 

HOLLANDER, HUGO, pseud. 
The comb and paper poixa; words and 
music by Hugo Hollander and Michael 
Feahy [pseud. ] © John Fields Music 
Co.. ltd., London; 10May50; EFO-3108. 

HOLLANDER, IRMA. 
I'll build a dream house; words by Ben 
Blossner [and] Joe Candullo, music [by] 
Irma Hollander [and Joe Candullo] 
© Campbell Music, inc. , New York; 
20Jun50; EP47423. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 8May50, EU203132. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, JACK N. 
Four American songs. SEE Baron, 
Maurice. 

HOLLINWORTH. FRANCIS JOHN EYTON. 
Oh little fish. SEE Armitage, R. M. 

HOLMBERG, ADOLF FREDRIK. 
Tre sml heta ord. SEE Ahlqvist, Sandy. 

[HOLMBERG-AASTRUP. PER] 
It's you. Mitt mil var du; tango, musik 
och Engelsk text: Arne Nielson [pseud. ], 
Svensk text: S. S. Wilson [pseud. ], 
arr. : Sam Samson. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra, with words) and parts] 
Kr.2:25 © on arrangement; Edition 
Sylvain, ab, Stockholm; Uan48; EF15657. 
SnBckan fr&n Hawaiji; Hawaljifox-trot. 
Text och musik: Arne Nielson [pseud. ] 
(In Sverige dansar och ler. Arg. 14, 
p710-ll) © Edition Sylvain a. b. , Stock- 
holm; 27Feb50; EFO-2631. 



HOLMES E 
Night blue; by E. Holmes. [Melody with 
instrumental cues] 6d © Chappell & Co. . 
ltd., London; 7Feb50; EF0- 1899. 

HOLMES, FLOYD. 
I found my mama; words and music by 

Floyd "Salty" Holmes. © Mills Music. 

inc., New York; l3Apr50; EP45644. 
Mama blues; I want my mama, words and 

music by Floyd "Salty" Holmes. 

© Algonquin Music, inc. , New York; 

25Apr50; EP47127. 

HOLMES, GUY EARL, 1873-1945. 

* Concert and assembly band folio; an 
intermediate repertoire for the active 
band, by G. E. Holmes, Herman A. 
Hummel, J. Olivadoti [and others, arr. 
by] Clair W. Johnson, and Harold L. 
Walters. [Condensed score (band) and 
parts. $2.50 © on arrangement; Rubank, 
inc., Chicago; lMay50; EP45906. 

HOLMES, JACK. 
Happy pay off day; by Jack Holmes . 
[For voice and piano, with ukulele 
diagrams and chord symbols] © Tune 
Towne Tunes, Hollywood, Calif. ; 
HApr50; EP45529. 

HOLMES, JAMES MIKELL, 1911- 
The clock prelude; a composition for 
piano, by J. M. Holmes. New York. 
Broadcast Music. 50£ © Bach Music 
Publishers, affiliate co. of Broadcast 
Music Co.; 16Jan50; EP44358. 

HOLMES, OLAF JOHN. 
Roses for Phyllis; words and music by 
O. John Holmes. © Nordyke Pub. Co., 
Hollywood. Calif.; 260ct49; EP46536. 



HOLMES. SALTY. 
Holmes, Floyd. 



SEE 



HOLMES. URBAN TIGNER, 1900- 
French secular music of the late fourteenth 
century. SEE Apel. Willi. 

HOLMQUIST, NILS-GUSTAF. 

Blommorna; musik: Nils-Gustaf Holmquist, 
text: Karin Juel. [For voice and guitar, 
lute or piano, with chord symbols] 
kr. 1:75 © A-b. Carl Gehrmans muslk- 
forlag. Stockholm; Uan47; EF15595. 

Nftr vi bli gamla; [by] Nils-Gustaf Holm- 

2uist, [text: Karin Juel] kr.l:75 ©A-b. 
larl Gehrmans musikforlag, Stockholm; 
Uan47; EF15604. 



HOLST. AGNES MILLER - 
MOUer -Hoist, Agnes. 



SEE 



HOLST. GUSTAV, 1874-1934. 

♦(The planets) Mercury; the winged messen- 
ger, no. 3 of The planets, by Gustav Hoist. 
[Arr. ] for two pianos by Gustav Hoist. 
London, Curwen; New York: G. Schirmer, 
sole agents for U.S.A. (Curwen edition, 
99104) [Two scores for 2 pianos] 6/- 
© on arrangement; The Westminster Bank, 
ltd. , Executors of the late Gustav Hoist; 
21Dec49; EF0-986. Appl. states prev. 
reg., Nov21. 526217. 

HOLST, OLAF. 
Afrika. SEE Overgaard, Hans. 

HOLT, HILDA 
Harmony at your keyboard; by Hilda 
Holt, a practical approach to keyboard 
harmony $3 © Carl Fischer, inc.. 
New York; 5Jun50, AA153183 

HOLZMANN, RUDOLPH, 1910- 
( Sonatina, piano) Sonatina; sobre motivos 
del folklore peruano [by] Rudolph Holz- 
mann. Montevideo, Editorial Coopera- 
tiva Interamerlcana de Compos it ores. 
(Publicaci6n no. 33) © Instituto Inter - 
americano de Musicologfa; 22Dec44; 
EF15052. 



HOMER, pseud . SEE 
Haynes, Henry B. 

HOOD, MARGUERITE VIVIAN, comp 
♦On wings of song; by Marguerite V. Hood, 
Glenn Gilder sleeve [and] Helen S. Leavitt. 
[Illustrations by Herbert Paus] (The 
world of music) © on additional material 
for teachers' aid; Ginn and Co., Boston; 
29Nov49; A39523. 

HOOK, JAMES, 1746-1827. 
Bright Phoebus; [by] James Hook, edited 
by Franz Rupp. (La Rupp, Franz, ed. 
Marian Anderson album of songs and 
spirituals, p. 17-22) © on editing; G. 
Schirmer, inc.. New York; HJun48; 
EP44233. 

Hail, lovely rose; song, the air by James 
Hook, the accompaniment composed by 
Ella Ivimey. 2/- © on accompaniment; 
Augener, ltd., London; 24Feb50; 
EFO-2359. 
Terzetto; [by] James Hook, for recorder 
trio, 2 descants and treble, arr. by 
Rene Colwell. (Edition Schott, 10078) 
[Score] 1/6 © on arrangement; Schott 
& Co., ltd., London; 12Dec49; EFO-2030. 

HOOREBEKE, MARCEAU VAN. 1900- 
(La caffe auz filles) C'est dans la rue 
du soleil; chante dans le film La cage 
aux filles, paroles de Maurice Cloche & 
Marcel Bertrou,, musique de Van 
Hoorebeke. © Editions R. Salvet, & 
Leclercq & cie, Paris; 31Dec49 (in 
notice: 1950); EF0-1716. 
(La cage auz filles) En vous, j»ai foi; 
chante dans le film La cage auz filles, 
paroles de Marcel Bertrou, musique de 
Van Hoorebeke. © Editions R. Salvet, 
& Leclercq, Paris; 31Dec49 (in notice: 
1950); EFO-1718. 

HOPE, CHARLES W. 
I'll always love you. SEE Hall, David. 

HOPKINS, ANTONY. 1921- 

Flirtatious fancy; for flute and pianoforte 
[by] Antony Hopkins. (Schot^s woodwind 
series, no. 5) [Score and part] 2/- 
© Schott & Co., ltd.. London; 10May50; 
EFO-3402. 

A melancholy song; song [by] Antony 
Hopkins. [Traditional words] 2/- ©J. 
& W. Chester, ltd. , London; 24Jan50; 
EFO-1752. 

Partita; in G minor, for solo violin, by 
Antony Hopkins. [Bowed and fingered by 
Max Salpeter] © J. 4 W. Chester, ltd. , 
London; 24Jan50; EFO-1753. 

Sensuous sarabande; for flute and piano- 
forte [by] Antony Hopkins. (Schott* s wood- 
wind series, no. 4) [Score and pnrt] 2/- 
© Schott & Co., ltd., London; 10May50; 
EFO-3401. 

Tango; by Antony Hopkins. [Piano 
transcription by the composer] 2/6 
© J. & W. Chester, ltd. , London; 
lFeb50; EF0-1751. 

Wanton waltz; for flute and pianoforte 
[by] Antony Hopkins. (Schott's woodwind 
series, no. 3) [Score and part] 2/- 
© Schott & Co. , ltd. , London; 10May50; 
EFO-3400. 
HOPPIN, STUART BLISS. 

The gay ranchero; S. A. T. B. Words and 
music by Stuart B. Hoppln! (Laurel 
octavo, no. 1551) [With piano ace. ] 
© on arrangement; C. C. Blrchard & 
Co. . Boston; 5Apr50; EP45690. 

Hallelujah chorus. SEE Handel, G. F. 
Messiah. 

Sweet Carramella; by Stuart Bliss Hoppin. 
(Choruses for treble voices, no. 312- 
40042) [Score: chorus (SSA) and piano 1 
16£ © Theodore Pressor Co. , Bryn 
Mawr, Pa. ; 8Mar50; EP44870. 

HORNBLOWER, THEODORE, pseud . 
Yes! yes! yes! I like good ola melody; 
words and music by Theodore Hornblower 
[pseud. ] © Sun Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , 
London; 21Apr50; EFO-3415. 



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HORNE, ISABEL ELIZABETH. 1880- 
A royal welcome. SEE Brauni, Cecile. 

HORNEZ. ANDRE, 1905- 
Ananas. SEE Blumann, Warner. 
Avant de t'aimer. SEE Misraki, Paul. 

La petite chocolatiere. 
Les baobabs. SEE Betti, A. E. 

Baratin. 
C'est si bon. SEE Betti. A. E. 
Ce n'est pas lui. SEE Betti, A. E. 

Des qu'il se passe quelque chose. SEE 

Coquatrix, Bruno. Les pieds nickeies. 
Entre ses bras. SEE Betti, A. E. 
Est-ce que je n'oublie rien? SEE 

Bourtayre, Henri, 1915- 
J'ai peut-etre tort. SEE Misraki, Paul. 

Nous irons a Paris. 
La mi-aout. SEE Misraki, Paul. 

Nous irons a Paris. 
Quinquina. SEE Blumann, Warner. 
La raspa. SEE Garcia, Nacho. 

Fiesta brava. 
Revoir Paris. SEE Lara, Agustfn. 

Feeries et folies. 
Sans vous. SEE Misraki, Paul. Made- 
moiselle s'amuse. 
Tant je suis amoureux de vous. SEE 

Misraki, Paul. Nous irons a Paris. 

HORNOFF. GEORG ALFRED. 1902- 
AusgewShlte Etuden fur Violine aus 
Op. 20. SEE Kayser, H. E. Etudes, 
violin, op. 20. 

HORTON, ANDREW. 
Spend a week-end in the snow; words by 
Peter Garno, music by Andrew Horton. 
© Ho-Ga Pub. Co., Rochester, N. Y. ; 
27Dec49; EP43639. 

HORTON, ERNEST J., 1872-1940. 
Rain in summer. SEE Kurth, Burton. 

HORTON. LEWIS HENRY. 
The bitter withy. SEE Niles. J. J. 

HORTON, VAUGHN, 1911- 
Pretty little eyes o' blue. SEE 
Beul, Artur. 

HOST, ROBERT L' SEE 
L'Host, Robert, 1914- 

HOTALING, CHARLES. 
Won't you put in a little word for me? 
SEE Hall, David. 

HCTTETERRE, JACQUES, d. 1760 or 61. 
Sonate en r£ majeur, pour "Eautbois 
(fltite ou violon) et basse continue; par 
Jacques de Hotteterre, realisation de la 
basse par Renee Viollier. (Musiques 
francaises, 6) [Score and part] 
© Edouard Richli, Editions du siecle 
musical, Geneve; 5Sep49; EF 15483. 

HOTTON, PAUL, 1899- 

L'auberge du bonheur. 

Smedt, Simone de. 



SEE 



HOUSE, L. MARGUERITTE, 1901- 
Frog capers. SEE Youse, G. R. 
Sliding down a moonbeam; an operetta in 
two acts, for the intermediate grades or 
junior high schocl. Book, lyrics and 
music by L. Margueritte House, arr. 
and edited by Don Wilson. [ Piano - 
vocal score] $ 1 © The Raymond A. Hoff- 
man Co., Chicago; 30Jan50; EP44336. 

HOUSSA, GASTON, 1910- 
Ay! la barba samba. SEE Elloy, Max. 
Chanson sur la ville; paroles & musique: 

Gaston Houaaa. ©World Music Co. , 

Bruxelles; lOct49; EFO-1163. 

HOUZEAU. LOUIS, 1885- 
A tous les amoureux du monde. SEE 

Karas, Anton. The third man. 
Chanson. SEE Chardon, Julien. 



La fenetre entr'ouverte. SEE 

Vic, C. H. 
J'ai reve de vous. SEE Coates, Eric. 
Septembre. SEE Chardon, Julien. 
Si loin. SEE Chardon, Julien. 
Soir. SEE Chardon, Julien. 

HOVANESS, ALAN SCOTT, 1911- 
Artik; concerto for horn in F and string 
orchestra, [by] Alan Hovhaness. [Score] 
© Alan Scott Hovaness; 24Mar50; 
EU198169. 
Avak; cantata for soprano voice, trumpet 
and string orchestra, by Alan Hovhaness. 
[Score] © Alan Scott Hovaness; 15Feb50; 
EU193595. 
Demi iune; nine songs for voice and piano, 
words by Consuelo Cloos, music by Alan 
Hovhaness. [English words] ©Alan 
S< ott Hovaness (in notice: Alan Hovhaness); 
8Mar50; EP45004. 
Is there survival? Dramatic ballet, 
choreography by Jan Veen, music by 
Alan Hovhaness. [Score: 1-10 instru- 
ments (piano, winds & percussion)] 
© Alan Hovhaness (Alan Scott Hovaness); 
31Mar50; EU201318. 
Khoren; concerto in seven movements for 
band, [by] Alan Hovhaness. [Score] 
© Alan Scott Hovaness; 15Feb50; 
EU1G3596. 
Sharagan and fugue; [by| Alan Hovhaness. 
North Eastjn, Mass. , Music for Brass. 
(Music for brass, no. 50) [Score: 2 
cornets, horn or trombone baritone and 
tuba] © Alan Hovhaness; 3Jan50; 
EP44152. 

HOVEN, GEORGE, 1913- 

At the ball waltz; accordion solo, arr. by 
Joe Gr.rka, words [and] music by George 
Hoven. 30? © George Hoven, Chester, 
Pa.; 13Jan50; EP43548. 

Tony Baloney, the great M. C. ; novelty. 
Accordion solo, arr. by Joe Gurka, 
words [and] music by George Hoven. 30£ 
© George Hoven, Chester, Pa. ; 13Jan50; 
EP43549. 

Zig-zag polka; accordion solo, arr. by 
Joseph T. Kwiatkowski, music by George 
Hoven. 30C © George Hoven, Chester, 
Pa.; 13Jan50; EP43547. 

HOVEY, SERGE, 1920- 
I, too, sing America; a song cycle, music 
by Serge Hovey, poems by Langston 
Hughes. $1.50 © Music Publications 
Co., Elkins Park, Pa.; 6Mar50; 
EP44810. 

HOVHANESS, ALAN. SEE 
Hovaness, Alan Scott, 1911- 

HOW. WILLIAM WALSHAM, 1823-1897. 
Festal processional. SEE Gore, R. T. 
For all the saints. SEE Vaughan Williams, 
Ralph. 

HOWARD, BILL. 
High society. SEE Steele, Porter. 
I ain't got nobody. SEE Williams, Spencer. 
Tin roof blues. SEE The New Orleans 

Rhythm Kings. 
Wolverine blues. SEE Morton, F.J. 

HOWARD, EDDY. 
Goodnight, mother. SEE Leveen, 
Raymond. 

HOWARD, ELIZABETH. SEE 
Branch, Elizabeth Howard de Graffenried. 

HOWARD, JEFFERY, pseud SEE 
Pfeffer, Howie. 

HOWARD, JEWEL IVORY, 1915- 
My song without a name; by Jewell Ivory 
Howard. [For voice and piano, with 
guitar diagrams and chord symbols] 
© Shelby Music Pub. Co., Detroit; 
28Dec49; EP43581. 



HOWARD, JOHN TASKER, 1890- 
Old Satan; for T. T. B. B. voices by John 
Taaker Howard. [Words traditional] 
(Hansen choral library, no. 1006) 
[With piano reduction] 20? © Chas. H. 
Hansen Music Co. , New York; 3 Apr 50; 
EP45598. 

HOWARD, MEL, 1912- 
The goggle eye ghee. SEE Erwin, Lee. 
On the island of Oahu. SEE Erwin, Lee. 



Alexander, Ralph Howard, 



pseud. 
Howarc 



SEE 



HOWE, ALBERT PERCY, 1885- 
Crimond. SEE Grant, David. 
Song of the flea. SEE MusorgskiT, 
M. P. 

HOWE, MARVIN C 1918- 

Method for French horn; by Marvin C. 
"lowe. $1 © Remick Music Corp. , 
New York; 23May50; AA151951. 

HOWE, MAUDE JOHNSON, 1887- 
Wanting you; words and music by Maude 
Johnson Howe, [arr. by Ed. Chenette] 
© Maude Johnson Howe, Bartow, Fla. ; 
lMay50; EP46000. Appi. states prev. 
reg. 18Dec41, EU278975. 

HOWELL, KENNETH, 1905- 
i A letter and a rose; [by] Kenneth Howell, 
[words by] Bill Cody. © Song Writers' 
I Cooperative, inc., Los Angeles; 

i 16Jun50; EP47324. 

| [HOWORTH. WAYNE] 1895- 

I Beautiful Saviour; old crusader's hymn. 
S.A.T. B., a cappella, arr. by Allen 
Griffith [pseud. ] (Belwin octavo, 
no. 1060) 15£ © on arrangement; Belwin, 
inc., New York; 21Mar50; EP44916. 
Dry bones; S. A orT.B , [spiritual], 
harmonized and arr. by Russell Watson 
[pseud.] (Belwin octavo, no. 1032) 
[With piano ace. ] 15£ © on arrangement, 
Belwin, inc., New York; 23Jan50; 
EP44051 

Erie Canal; for two part chorus S. A. or 
T7B. [with] optional solo for medium 
voice. Traditional folk song [arr. by] 
Wayne Howorth. (Belwin octavo, no. 
1040) [With piano ace] 15? ©on 
arrangement; Belwin, inc.. New York; 
30Jan50; EP43885 
Joshua fit de battle ob Jericho; for women's 
voices S.S.A. [with] optional solo for 
medium voice, concert version by Wayne 
Howorth. (Belwin octavo, no. 1051) 
[With piano ace. ] 15£ © on arrangement; 
Belwin, inc. , New York;' 30Jan50; 
EP43886. 
Joshua fit de battle ob Jericho; T. T. B. B. . 
concert version by Wayne Howorth. 
(Belwin octavo, no. 1061) [With piano 
ace. ] 15£ © on arrangement; Belwin, 
inc.. New York; 21Mar50; EP44915. 
Let us break bread together; S. A. T. B. a 
cappella ad lib, based on a traditional 
melody, arr. with optional solo, by 
Wayne Howorth. (Belwin octavo, no. 
1034) 15£ © on arrangement; Belwin, 
inc. , New York; 17Feb50; EP44444. 
Little Boy Blue. SEE Nevin, E. W. 
Little David play on yo 1 harp; T. T. B. B. 
with optional solo for tenor, ace. ad lib. , 
by Russell Watson [pseud. Spiritual] 
(Pro Art choraL no. 1233) 160 © on 
arrangement; Pro Art Publications, New 
York; 14Jun50; EP47183. 
A mighty fortress is our God. SEE 

Luther, Martin. 
Old MacDonald's farm; S. A. T. B. , ace. 
ad lib. , music by Wayne Howorth. [Based 
on an old tune] (Pro Art choral, no. 1235) 
18C © on arrangement; Pro Art Publi- 
cations, New York; 14Jun50; EP47184. 
The palms. SEE Faure. J. B. 
Les rameaux. 



114 



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Skip to my Lou; S. A. T. B. , harmonized 
and arr. by Allen Griffith [pseud. ] 
(Belwin octavo, no. 1062) [With piano 
ace. 1 15^ © on arrangement; Belwin, 
inc.. New York; 21Mar50; EP44914. 

Skip to my Lou; S. S. A. , harmonized and 
arr. by Allen Griffith [pseud. 1 (Belwin 
octavo, no. 1063) [With piano ace. J 15C 
© on arrangement; Belwin, inc. , New 
York; 21Mar50; EP44913. 

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child; 
S.A.T.B., a cappella ad lib., solo for 
contralto or baritone, arr. by Wayne 
Howorth. (Belwin octavo, no. 1012) 15£ 
© on arrangement; Belwin, inc., New 
York; 17Jan50; EP43558. 

Three little kittens; S. A. or T. B. Based 
on a traditional melody with words from 
Mother Goose, music by Arol Fletcher 
[pseud. ] (Pro Art choral, no. 1234) 
[With piano ace. ] 16£ © on arrangement; 
Pro Art Publications, New York; 
31May50; EP46927. 

HOYLE, DON, pseud . SEE 
Dale, James. 

HOYLE, W. O. 
Make more room for Jesus in your 

life. SEE Brewster, W. H. 
Speak to me, Jesus. SEE Brewster, 
W. H. 

HUB. FRANZ JOSEF, 1904- 
Eine Frau die wunschlos glQcklich ist. 
SEE Berg, Toni. 

HUBEAU, JEAN, 1917- 

*(Concerto, violin) Concerto en do majeur; 
[by) Jean Hubeau. [Score] © Durand & 
cie. Paris; 240ct49; EFO-1345. 

HUBER, ALICE A. 
My mother; words by James T. Williams, 
music by Mrs. Alice A. Huber. 
© James T. Williams, 3May50; 
EP46605. 

HUBER, ANNA GERTRUD. 

AJohann Sebastian Bach als Meister der 
Farben; Beltrage zu der Entwicklungs- 
geschichte der muslkalischen Dynamik. 
Zurich, New York, Eulenburg. 1949. 
45 p. illus. © Edition Eulenburg, 
G. m.b. H. , Zurich; 15Jan50; AFO-1614. 

HUBER, KURT, 1893-1943. 
Uhrenreime. SEE Blank, August. 

HUBER, PEPI, 1902- 
Eine wie Sie, Fraulein Marie; Swing- 
polka, Musik: Pepi Huber, Worte: 
Josef Petrak, Arrangement: Theo Fersti. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © EFI-Ton Verlag, 
G.m.b.H. , Wien; 10ct49; EFO-1632. 
Marianka; polka, mit Harmoaika-solo, 
Text u. Musik: Pepi Huber. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra, with words) 
and parts] © EFI-Ton Verlag, G.m.b.H., 
Wien; 10ct49; EFO-1631. 
Pepitschku; Foxtrot im Poikatempo, Musik: 
Pepi Huber, Worte: Hans Werner [and] 
Pepi Huber, [arr. by L. Feigel] 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © Edition Central 
(Josef Worall), Wien; lDec49; EFO-1630. 
Populflra melodier. SEE Populflra 
melodier. 
♦Rhapsodie des Sfidens. Rhapsodic of the 
South. Von Pepi Huber. instrumentiert 
von Jos. Rimer. [Piano -conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © EFI-Ton 
Verlag, G.m.b.H., Wien; lSep49; 
EFO-1633. 

HUBERT, CONSTANT, 1883- 
Les galeYiens. SEE Aube, L. M. 

HUCH, RICARDA OCTAVIA, 1864-1947. 
Sechs Liebesgesflnge. SEE R6ti, R. R. 



HUDDLESTON, FLOYD. 

(Duchess of Idaho) Let's choo choo choo to 
Idaho; from the picture Duchess of Idaho, 
words and music by Al Rinker and Floyd 
Huddleston. New York, Robbins. 
© Loew's, inc. ; 27Mar50; EP46957. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 25Jul49, 
EU174153. 

(Duchess of Idaho) Of all things; from the 
picture Duchess of Idaho, words and 
music by Al Rinker and Flcyd Huddleston. 
New York, Robbins. © Loew's, inc.; 
27Mar50; EP46956. 

(Duchess of Idaho) You can't do wrong 
doin' right; from the picture Duchess 
of Idaho, words and music by Al Rinker 
and Floyd Huddleston. New York, Rob- 
bins. © Loew's, inc.; 27Mar50; 
EP46958. Appl. states prev. reg. 
16Feb49, EU157509. 

Never have I ever felt like this before; 
words and music by Al Rinker and Floyd 
Huddleston. © Supreme Music Corp. , 
New York; 17Apr50; EP45631. 

HUBSCHMANN, WERNER, 1901- 

Leichte Klavierstucke; fur den Elementarun- 
terricht [by] Werner Htibschmann. 
Leipzig, F. Hofmeister. © Musikver- 
lag Hans Sikorski; Heft 1, 15Jan50; 
EFO-3463. 

Leichte KlavierstQcke; fflr den fort- 
geschrittenen Elemental- -Schuler, von 
Werner Htibschmann. [For piano] 
© Musikverlag Hans Sikorski, Hamburg; 
Heft 3. 25May50; EFO-3744. 

Leichte KlavierstQcke; fur die untere und 
mittlere Elementarstufe [by] Werner 
Htibschmann. Leipzig, F. Hofmeister. 
© Musikverlag Hans Sikorski; Heft 2, 
15Jan50; EFO-3464. 

HUERTER, CHARLES J., 1885- 
Until you came; secular vocal solo, words 
by J. Martyn Walsh, music by Charles 
Huerter. [For] high voice. 50? 
© Oliver Ditson Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 
2May50; EP46049. 
Until you came; secular vocal solo, words 
by J. Martyn Walsh, music by Charles 
Huerter. [For] medium voice. 50£ 
© Oliver Ditson Co. , Bryn Mawr, Pa. ; 
2May50; EP46055. 

HUETING, BEB, 1913- 
Two lips in tuiiptime. In de tulpentijd. 
Lyrics by Edward Startz, Nederl. text 
van Bart Ekkers, music by Beb Hueting 
arr. by Nat Nyl. © Melodia, Amsterdam; 
12Nov49; EFO-2215. 

HUFFER, FRED K 
Black Jack; march, [by] Fred K. Huffer, 
[arr. by Lloyd Marvin] for piano ac- 
cordion. 35£ © on arrangement; Chart 
Music Pub. House, inc., Chicago; 
l4Apr50; EP45662. 

HUFFHINES. GLADYS, 1919- 
Little bit blue; words and music by Gladys 
Huffhines. © Gladys Huffhines; 10Mar50- 
EP45311. 

HUFFNAGLE, HARRY. 
Gornston's Advanced clarinet method. 

SEE Gomston, David. 
Gornston's Advanced trumpet or cornet 

method. SEE Gornston, David. 

HUGHES, ANDREW WILLIAM. 
Love's a funny thing; words & music by 
Drew Hughes. Miami, Fla., Roy Pot - 
torf. © Drew Hughes; 30Dec49; EP43591. 

HUGHES, ANSELM, Father , 1889- 
I rede that thou be jolly and glad; song for 
soprano or tenor and viol, anonymous, 
c. 1420, edited by Anselm Hughes and 
Becket Williams. (The Fayrfax series, 
no. 6) (With Williams. C. B. Abide, I 
hope it be the best) © on editing; Stainer 
& Bell, itd., London; 7Nov49; EFO-2373. 
Magnificat regali. SEE Fayrfax, Robert. 



HUGHES, DREW. SEE 
Hughes, Andrew William. 



HUGHES, EVA. 
This is my life. 



SEE Hall, David. 



HUGHES. GLENN VERNON, 1927- 
Houseboat on the Mississippi. SEE 

Russo, Nicholas. Shotgun weddin'. 
In love at last. SEE Russo. Nicholas. 

Shotgun weddin'. 
There's a ring around the moon. 

SEE Russo, Nicholas. Shotgun 

weddin'. 
You betcha I gotcha. SEE Russo, 

Nicholas. Shotgun weddin'. 

HUGHES, LANGSTON, 1902- 
I, too, sing America. SEE Hovey, 

Serge. 
Love can hurt you. SEE Hall, Juanita. 
The mulatto. SEE Meyerowitz, Jan. 

The barrier. 
The Negro speaks of rivers. SEE 

Swanson, Howard. 
Night song. SEE Swanson, Howard. 
Sea charm. SEE Harris, Edward. 

HUGHES, MILDRED. 
It would be wonderful, baby. SEE 
McNeil, J. C. 

HUGHE Y, ROSE LEE. 
Let me linger in your arms; words and 
music by Rose Lee Hughey. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co.. Hollywood, Calif .; 260ct49; 
EP46514. 

HUGUET Y TAGELL, ROGELIO JOSE, 

1882- 

Scenes andalouses; premiere suite espag- 
nole en quatre parties, pour grand or- 
chestre. de Rogelio Huguet y Tagell. 
[Transcription] par l'auteur: pour piano 
a quatre mains, frs. 4. © on transcrip- 
tion; Editions Max Eschig. Paris; 
20Dec22; EF15487. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 10ct22; E545795. 

Scenes andalouses; premiere suite espag- 
nole en quatre parties pour grand orches- 
tre, de Rogelio Huguet y Tagell. [Tran- 
scription] par l'auteur pour piano, violon, 
violoncelle [and] contrebasse, ad lib. 
[Score and parts] frs. 5. © on trans- 
cription; Editions Max Eschig, Paris; 
20Dec22, EF15488. Appl. states prev. 
reg. lOct22; E545795. 

HULL, RAYMOND FREDERICK, 1921- 
My little man; words and music by Ray- 
mond F. Hull, [arr. by Geo. N. Benson] 
© Raymond Frederick Hull, East Moline, 
111. ; 10May50; EP46896. 

HULT, JOHN. 
Rikstrubadurernas marsch. SEE 
Gleerup, Gosta. 

HULTGREN, GtiSTA. d. 1942. 
Det blev sa stilla. SEE Winter, Fred. 

HUMAI, GENE. 
Something in the air; words by Henry 
Mieczkowski, music by Gene Huznal. 
© Nordyke Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; 
9Jun49; EP45791. 



Melone, Michel Hubei 



pseud. 

»eri, li 



903- 



HUMEL, GERALD R 1931- 

♦Call of adventure; overture, by Gerald 
Humel. (Symphonic band series, no. 33) 
[Score and parts] $9 © Ludwig Music 
Pub. Co. , Cleveland; 26May50; 
EP46882. 
* Moods Americana; by Gerald Humel. 

(Symphonic band series, no. 34) [Score 
and parts] $9 © Ludwig Music Pub. Co. , 
Cleveland; 26May50; EP468B3. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



HUMMEL, HERMAN A., 1892- 
Concert and assembly band folio. 
SEE Holmes, G. E. 

*The golden West; overture, (by) Herman 
A. Hummel. (Rubank symphonic band 
library, no. 24) [Score and parts] $4 
T Rubank, inc., Chicago; 10Apr50; 
EP45496. 

HUMMEL. JOHANN NEPOMUK. 1778-1837. 

♦Menuetto; {by] J. N. Hummel, edited and 
arr. by Alec Rowley. (The Williams' 
orchestra series, no. 9) [Score: orches- 
tra] 2/6 © on arrangement; Joseph 
Williams, ltd. , London; 22Dec49; 
EFO-1170. 
Solo de concours; d'apres un rondo de 
Hummel, [rev. by] Noel Gallon. 
(Edition nationale francaise, no. 1861) 
[For piano] © on revision; Henry Lemoine 
& cie, Paris; 15Nov49; EFO-1592. 

HUMMELL, FLO. 
We're all wrapped up in each other. 
SEE Tobin, Louis. 

HUMPHREY. LANING. 
On a fair Sunday morning. SEE 
O'Carolan, Turlogh. 

HUMPHREYS, DONALD EDWIN, 1891- 
Let this mind be in you; sacred song by 
Don Humphreys, [text from Phil. 2] 600 
© The Willis Music Co. , Cincinnati; 
26Jun50; EP47597. 

HUMPHRIS, GORDON. 
Fly home, little bluebird. SEE Menzies, 
Hamish. Out of this world. 

HUNT, GALE BORDEN, 1914- 
The story hour; words and music by Gale 
Hunt. © on changed music 4 new lyric; 
Gale Borden Hunt, d.b. a. / sole owner. 
Pictorial Songs, Hollywood, Calif. ; 
5Apr50; EP45428. Appl. states prev. 
reg. as Look up, EP31233. 

HUNT, PERCY FENTON, 1875- 
The builders; T. T. B. B. , [by] Percy Fen- 
ton Hunt, [words by] Evelyn Gunne. 
(Laurel octavo, no. 285) [With piano re- 
duction] 18^ © C. C. Birchard 4 Co. . 
Boston; 22May50; EP47145. 

HUNT, ROLFE LANIER. 
Pledge to the United Nations. SEE 
Jones, R. A. 

HUNTER, BOOTS. SEE 
Nelsen, Blanche Hunter- 

HUNTER. DAVE. SEE 
Hunter, Gerald Kavanaugh. 

HUNTER, ERWIN WHITFIELD. 
My dream. SEE Nelsen, B. H. 

HUNTER, GERALD KAVANAUGH. 
My dream. SEE Nelsen, B. H. 

HUNTER, IVORY JOE. 

I almost lost my mind; words and music by 
Ivory Joe Hunter. © St. Louis Music 
Corp., Beverly Hills, Calif.; 20Jan50; 
EP43952. 

I need you so; words and music by Ivory 
Joe Hunter. © St. Louis Music Corp., 
Beverly Hills, Calif.; 15May50; 
EP46890. 



HUNTLEY, ELIZABETH MADDCK. SEE 
Maddox- Huntley, Elisabeth, 1903- 



HUNTER-McBAJN, J. 
The harvester's night song. 
Baynton -Power, Henry. 



SEE 



HUNTINGTON, RONALD MEREDITH, 

1929- 

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet; [by] 
Ronald M. Huntington, [words from] 
Psalm 119:105-7, 2 Timothy 2:15. 
[Score: chorus (SSAATTBB) and organ] 
15C © Ronald M. Huntington, Arcadia, 
Calif. ; 19Mar.50; EP47471. 



HUNTLEY, RICHARD, 
Barrows, John R. 



pseud. SEE 



HUPFELD, HERMAN, 1894- 

(Dance me a song) My little dog has ego; 
words and music by Herman Hupfeld 
[from] Dance me a song. New York, 
Chappell. © Herman Hupfeld; 10Mar50; 
EP45093. 

Here comes that tiger; Princeton football 
song with a baseball chorus, words by 
Arthur H. Osborn, music by Herman 
Hupfeld. 50£ ©Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. , 
inc.. New York; 23Feb50 ; EP44536. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 14Feb49, 
EU157012. 

HURLBURT, GLEN. 
Father, we thank Thee; S. A. , poem by 
Ralph Waldo Emerson, music by Glen 
Hurlburt, arr. by H. R. Wilson. 
(Bourne series of choral music, 2008) 
[With piano ace. ] 20? © Bourne, inc. , 
New York; 3May50; EP46104. 

HURL BUT, STEPHEN A. 
The cherubic hymn. SEE Hanson. 
Howard. 

HURST, BEULAH M. 
Every day. SEE Hall, David. 

HUSS. HENRY HOLDEN, 1862- 
Shed no tear; for medium voice and piano, 
music by Henry Holden Huss, verse by 
John Keats. 75£ © The Composers Press, 
inc. , New York; 30Mar50 (in notice: 1949); 
EP45262. 

HUTCHENS. FRANK. 
Ship ahoy; for piano, by Frank Hutchens. 
2/- © Allan i Co. . pty. ltd.. Mel- 
bourne; 30Nov49; EFO-3368. 

HUTCHENS, PAUL, 1902- 
Like cool mountain breezes. SEE 
Schuler, G. S. 

HUTCHINS, ARTEL1A W. 
God be with you. SEE Dorsey, T. A. 

HUTCHISON, MARGARET, 1915- 
Elegy for summer. SEE Kurth, 

Burton. 
The golden tree. SEE Kurth, Burton. 
How much is much? SEE Kurth, 

Burton. 
New shoes. SEE Kurth, Burton. 
The night balloon. SEE Kurth, 

Burton. 
A piece of wind. SEE Kurth, Burton. 
Purr, purr. SEE Kurth, Burton. 
The school bell. SEE Kurth, Burton. 
A song about ears. SEE Kurth, 

Burton. 

HUTCHISON. TOKEY. 
Until you return; words and music by Tokey 
Hutchison. © Art Music Co. , New York; 
16Apr50; EP45540. 

HYDEN, WALFORD. 

Caravans come and go; by Walford Hyden. 
[Melody with instrumental cues] 6d 
© Chappell & Co. , ltd. , London; 7Feb50; 
EFO-1869. 

An Egyptian episode. Imshi. By Walford 
Hyden. [Melody with instrumental cues] 
6d © Chappell & Co. , ltd. , London; 
22Mar50; EFO-2559. 

HYLIN, EINAR. 
Cupido dansar; [by] Einar Hylin, arrange - 
mang: Willard Ringstrand. (Soare, 
nr. 302) [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] 2. 25 © Ab Nordiska 
musikfBrlaget, Stockholm; 26Sep49; 
EFO-1796. 



Sista valsen; musik: Einar Hylin, text: 
Karl-Ewert [pseud. ] Kr 2:50 © Edition 
Sylvain a. -b. , Stockholm; Uan44; 
EF15317. 

Som en liten fjftril; vais, musik: Einar 
Hylin, text: Paddock [pseud. ] ( With his 
Sista valsen) © Edition Sylvain a. -b. , 
Stockholm; lJan44; EF15317. 

HYMAN, RICHABD ROVEN. 1927- 
Paint 'n powder, powder 'n' paint; lyrics 
by Dick Zalud, music by Richard R. 
Hyman. [Melody and chord symbols, 
with words] © Regent Music Corp. , New 
York; 29Mar50; EP45283. 



I 

I LOVAD SAL; 10 ypperiiga melodier for 
piano och dragspel [by Hasse Wallin, 
Holger Larsson, Lennart Johanson, 
and others] [For piano or accordion] 
Kr. 3 © Edition Lunden, Stockholm; 
17Dec49; EF0-3548. 

[IATOWSKI JEAN] 1903- 
Jour de fete; du film. Jour de fete, paroles 
de Jean Vertenelle, musique de Jean 
Yatove [pseud. ] © Editions Robert Salvet, 
Paris; 28Dec49; EFO-2393. 

IAVELLO, ANTONE. 
The Rose of Tularosa; words by Mel Leven, 
music by Ant one Iavello. © Broadcast 
Music, inc.. New York; 19Dec49; 
EP43177. 

IBaSFeZ. JUAN FUSTER. SEE 
Fuster lb after, Juan, 1910- 

IBERT, JACQUES, 1890- 

Chanson a Du lei nee. SEE HIS 
Don Quichotte. 

Chanson de la mort. SEE HIS 
Don Quichotte. 

Chanson de Sancho. SEE HIS 
Don Quichotte. 

Chanson du depart de Don Quichotte. 
SEE HIS 
Don Quichotte. 

Chanson du due. SEE HIS 
Don Quichotte. 

Diane de Poitiers; de Jacques Ibert, Ire 
partie. Transcription pour harmonie 
de Pierre Dupont. [Condensed score: 
band] © on transcription; Alphonse Leduc 
& cie, Paris; 3Jan50 (in notice: 1949)- 
EFO-2415. 

Diane de Poitiers, de Jacques Ibert. 2e 
partie. Transcription de Pierre Dupont 
[Condensed score: band] © on transcrip- 
tion; Alphonse Leduc & cie, Paris; 
30Dec49; EFO-2830. 

(Don Quichotte) Chanson a Dulcinee; du 
film Don Quichotte, [by] Jacques Ibert, 
poesie d' Alexandre Arnoux. 6 francs 
© Editions musicales Ariel, Paris; 
15Jan33; EF15412. 

(Don Quichotte) Chanson de la mort; de 
Don Quichotte, poesie de Alexandre 
Arnoux, musique de Jacques Ibert. 
© Editions musicales Ariel, Paris; 
l5Jan33; EF15449. 

(Don Quichotte) Chanson de Sancho; du 
film Don Quichotte, [by] Jacques Ibert, 
poesie de Paul Morand et Alexandre 
Arnoux. 6 francs © Editions musicales 
Ariel, Paris; 15Jan33; EF15410. 

(Don Quichotte) Chanson du depart de Don 
Quichotte; du film Don Quichotte, [by] 
Jacques Ibert, poeme de Ronsard. 
6 francs © Editions musicales Ariel. 
Paris; 15Jan33; EF15413. 

(Don Quichotte) Chanson du due; du film 
Don Quichotte, [by] Jacques Ibert, 
po6sie d' Alexandre Arnoux. 6 francs 
© Editions musicales Ariel, Paris; 
15Jan33; EF15411. 
Etude -caprice pour un tombeau de Chopin; 
pour violoncelle seul [by] Jacques 
Ibert. 10 fr. © Alphonse ueduc & cie. 
Paris; 3lMar50; EFO-3099. 



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. , pseud , 
ni, Alesi 



Cicognini, Alessandro, 1911- 

EDE. CHARLES OTTO. 
Caracas. Down South American way; by 
Charley Ide. [For voice and piano] 
© Charley Ide. New York; 10May50; 
EP46002. 

IDEN, RAYMOND JOHN. 1890- 

Beneath the blue of heaven. SEE 
Akers, M. E. 

A happy heart; [by] Raymond J. Iden. 
[words by] Loyd Squier. [Close score: 
SATB] 8£ © Floyd Squier (in notice: 
Loyd Squier); 24Apr50; EP45917. 

It's wonderful; [by] Raymond J. Iden, 
[words by] Floyd Squier. [Close score: 
SATB] 8C © Floyd Squier; 24Apr50; 
EP45916. 

Love in all its beauty. SEE Dearing, T. G. 

O. Prince of Peace, we come. SEE 
Akers, M. E. 

IETTI. DOMENICO, 1884- 
Inno di Mameli. SEE Novaro, M. 

IGLESIAS VILLOUD. HECTOR. 1913- 
(Provincianas) Catamarquefla; [de la 
serie Provincianas, by] Hector Iglesias 
Villoud [for] piano. Montevideo, 
Editorial Cooperativa Interamericana de 
Compositores. (Publicaci6n, no. 15) 
© Instituto Interamericano de Musicologfa; 
30Nov42; EF 15037. 



ILDA, LEWIS, pseud . SEE 
Dash, Irwin, 1892- 

IN TUNE WITH JUNE; a Children's Day 
service, [by Forrest G. Walter, 
Elizabeth T. Van Woert and others, 
words by Edith Sanford Tillotson, 
Alfred Barratt and others] [Hymns, 
with music] 12£ © Lorenz Pub. Co., 
Dayton, Ohio; 27Feb50; EP45881. 

INCHAUSPE, BERNARDE, 1896- 
La petite methode des faiseurs et 
joueurs de pipeaux de bambou. SEE 
Evieux-Lamberet, Camille. 

INFANTINO, LUIGI, 1922- 
(On with the show) Milena; canzone valzer, 
music and Italian lyric by Luigi Infantino, 
English lyric by Joseph Murrells. [From] 
On with the show. 2/6 © Lawrence 
Wright Music Co. , ltd. , London; 6Jun50; 
EFO-3707. 

[INFURNA, DON ALFONSO] 
(Ya ya) A light in the window for you; 
[American version of Ya ya], lyric by 
Evelyn Manacher, music by Don Alfonso 
[pseud. ] © on American version; 
Edward B. Marks Music Corp. , New 
York; 23Mar50; EP45051. 

INGARUD, LENNART. 
Ankarvakt; sjOmansvisa, text och musik; 
Lennart Ingarud. Kr. 2:25 © on arrange- 
ment; Ab Carl Gehrmans musikfOrlag, 
Stockholm; 4Nov49; EFO-1816. 
Valsa me' mej! SEE Gill, Jack. 

INGERICK. NETTIE MILDRED. 
Rainbow beams. SEE Tobin, Louis. 

INGHAM, NELSON. 
Peachtree Street. SEE Sinatra, Frank. 

INGHELBRECHT, DESIRE EMILE, 1880- 
* Ballade dans le gout irlandais; pour harpe 
et orchestre, version [for] harpe et 
piano, [by] D. E. Inghelbrecht. [Two 
scores] © Editions Salabert, Paris; 
3Apr50; EFO-3080. 

• L© chef d'orche'stre et son 4quipe. 243 p. 
illus. © Rene Julliard, Paris; 5Jul49; 
AF11477. 
*Jberiana; rap so die pour violon et orchestre, 
reduction violon et piano par l'auteur. 
[Score and part] © Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 27Dec49; EFO-1638. 



♦Pastourelles; pour piano [by] D. E. 

Inghelbrecht. © Durand & cie, Paris; 
24Nov49; EF0-1585. 

INGHELBRECHT, GERMAINE. 
Le martyre de Saint Sebastien. SEE 
Debussy, Claude. 

INGRAM. WALTER. 
Dream girl. SEE Hill, G. P. 
Gone. SEE Hill, G. P. 
Hello to ev'ryone. SEE Hill, G. P. 
I'm goin' back to Maryland. SEE 

Hill, G. P. 
In the heart of the Blue Ridge 

Mountains. SEE Hill, G. P. 
What's become of the good old days? 

SEE Hill, G. P. 
When there's no one around but the 

moon. SEE Hill, G. P. 

INSETTA, PAUL. 
Sitting by the window; fox-trot by Paul 
Insetta, arr. by Johnny Warrington. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra, 
with words) and parts] 75£ © on arrange- 
ment; Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. , inc.. 
New York; 30Dec49; EP44271. 

INSTRUMENTAL HORIZONS; scored by C. 
Paul Herfurth. A course in ensemble 
playing associated with New music hori- 
zons. [Compiled, arr. &. ed. ] by 
McConathy, Morgan, Mursell [and others] 
[Part: clarinet] © Silver Burdett Co. , 
New York; album 1, 5May50; EP46249. 

INSTRUMENTAL HORIZONS; scored by C. 
Paul Herfurth. A course in ensemble play- 
ing associated with New music horizons, 
[Compiled, arr. & ed. ] by McConathy, 
Morgan, Mursell [and others] [Part: 
trumpet] © Silver Burdett Co. . New York; 
album 1. 7Apr50; EP45590. 

INSTRUMENTAL HORIZONS; scored by C. 
Paul Herfurth. A course in ensemble play- 
ing associated with New music horizons. 
[Compiled, arr. & ed. ] by McConathy, 
Morgan, Mursell [and others] [Part: 
violin] © Silver Burdett Co. , New York; 
album 1, 3Feb50; EP44482. 

INSTRUMENTAL HORIZONS; scored by C. 
Paul Herfurth. A course in ensemble play- 
ing associated with New music horizons. 
[Compiled, arr. & ed. ] by McConathy, 
Morgan, Mursell [and others] [Piano-con- 
ductor score] © Silver Burdett Co. , New 
York; album 1, 11 Mar 50; EP44868. 

INTERNATIONALE BACH-GESELLSCHAFT. 
» Bach-Gedenkschrift, 1950; im Auftrag 

der Internationalen Bach-Gesellschaft 

hrsg. von Karl Matthaei. 216 p. illus. 

© Atlantis Verlag, A. G. . Zurich; 

lApr50; AF0-1622. 

IRELAND, JOHN. 1879- 
Looking on; unison song, words by 
Eleanor Farjeon, music by John Ireland. 
London, Curwen; New York, G. Schirmer, 
sole agents for U.S.A. (Curwen edition, 
72092) [With piano ace] 4d ©John 
Ireland; 21Dec49; EFO-1349. 

IRIARTE, JOSE DE ASPIAZU. SEE 
Aspiazu Iriarte, Jose de, 1905- 

IRMER. OTTO VON, 1903- 
KlavierstQcke. SEE Beethoven, Ludwig 
van. Works, piano. 

ISAAC. MERLE J 

♦Buttons; pizzicato novelty for string 

orchestra, or string quartet, [by] Merle 
J. Isaac. (Carl Fischer academic string 
orchestra series, 13) [Score with piano 
reduction and parts] $2. 10 © Carl 
Fischer, inc.. New York; 3Jan50; 
EP43625. 

ISAACS. CLAUDE REESE, 1901- 
How many burps in a bottle of beer? 
SEE Patrick, Frederick. 



ISAACS, PHILIP M. 
Raisin' cane. SEE Perlroth, G. F. 

ISAHAGIAN, A. 
Two Armenian songs. SEE Sevanian, 
Ara. 

ISAMITT. CARLOS. 1885- 
Tres pastorales; [for] violin y piano [by] 
Carlos Isamitt Montevideo, Editorial 
Cooperativa Interamericana de Compo- 
sitores. (Publicaci6n. no. 51) [Score] 
© Instituto Interamericano de Musicologfa; 
15Dec47; EF15069. 

ISBELL, WILLIAM FRANK. SEE 
Raymond, William. 

ISCHEM, pseud . SEE 
Chesi, Mario. 

ISEBORG, HARRY. 
Charlie-truck-polka. SEE Dahlquist, 

L. E. 
Cittran min. SEE Conn, W. H. 
Det fir sa dar nttr man ar kar. SEE 

BergstrOm, Guili. Peggy pa" vift. 
En gungande vals. SEE Frykman, Erik. 
Fyra rytmiska barnvisor. SEE 

Frykman, Erik. 
Manuelo. SEE HIS 

Petterson & Bendels nya affarer. 
(Patterson & Bendels nya affarer) Manuelo; 

foxtrot, ur filmen Petterson & Bendels 

nya affarer, text o musik: Harry Iseborg. 

2:25 © Edition Sylvain. ab., Stockholm; 

1 : . 15; EF15318. 

Schlagerbuketten. SEE Schlagerbuketten. 
Sonoras stjftrnskott. SEE Sonoras 

stjSrnskott. 
Sverige dansar och ler. SEE Sverige 
dansar och ler. 

ISELY, JAMES THORNTON, 1915- 
Olga's boatman; [arrangement of Russian 
folk song. The Volga boatmen, by] 
Thornton Isely. [Parts: band] © on 
adaption & arrangement; Escuela Music, 
James Thornton Isely, sole owner, 
Moundridge, Kans. ; 20Feb50; EP44801. 

[ISRAEL, MARCEL] 1881- 

Caricia. Caresse; tango, [by] Le*arsi 
[pseud.], arrt.: Roger David. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
© Learsi; 4May50; EF0-3781. 

Chanson de mon village; paroles de Vladi 
Fiedos, musique de Learsi [pseud.], arr. 
Roger David. Canto de mi pueblo. 
[Piano-conductor score (orchestra) 
and parts; with French words] © Learsi, 
Paris; 4May50; EFO-3773. 

Manoelita; rumba, musique de Learsi 
[pseud. ] [Piano-conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] © Learsi; 9Dec49; 
EFO-1601. 

Tango tzigane; paroles de V. Fiedos, 
musique de Learsi [pseud.] [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra) and parts; with 
words] © Learsi; 4May50; EF0-3780. 

[ISRAELS, PHILIPPE] 1901- 
The keys of heaven. La devote. Het 
kwezelken. A XVIth century ballad, 
symphonic paraphrase by George Rieding 
[pseud.], arrgt. Glen Powell [pseud.] 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra) and 
parts] © World Music Co. , Bruxelles; 
15Dec49; EF0-2581. 

ITHIER, HUBERT, pseud. SEE 
Chambet, Hubert, 1920- 

IvXn, DEZSO, 1891- 
Egy meg egy az csak kettO; szOveget es 
zenejet irta Ivan DecsO. (With his 
Faluvegen, kicsi hazban) [For voice and 
piano] © DezsO Ivan; 14Mar50; EP46687 

Faluvegen, kicsi hazban; szOveget es 
zenejet irta Ivan DezsO. [For voice and 
piano] 35? © DezsO Ivan; 14Mar50; 
EP46687. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



IVANOFF, P 
Laud His name; S.A.T.B. [By] P. Ivanoff, 
ed. and arr. by Peter D. Tkach, [words] 
from the Matins. (Russian music, 
no. 6525) [With piano reduction] 18? 
© on arrangement; Neil A. Kjos Music 
Co., Chicago; 3Jan50; EP43776. 

IVERSON. IDA. 
The Lord's prayer; arr. by Ida Iverson. 

[Close score: SATTB with piano introd. ] 

15C © Ida Iverson; 6Feb50; EP44268. 
The twenty-third Psalm; S. A. T. B. by Ida 

Iverson. [Unacc. ] 15P © Ida Iverson; 

29May50; EP47053. 

IVES. CHARLES EDWARD, 1874- 
Chanson de Florian. For medium voice 
and piano, [by] Charles Ives. 75£ 
© Mercury Music Corp. , New York; 
21Apr50; EP45720. 
Four songs; for medium voice and piano, 
[by] Charles Ives. New York, Mercury 
Music Corp. [1950] 75£ Partial contents 
separately registered: EP45723. 
The light that is felt; for medium voice 
and piano, [by] Charles Ives, [words by 
Whittier] 60C © Mercury Music Corp. , 
New York; 21Apr50; EP45722. 
1, 2, 3; [by] Charles E. Ives. (In his 
Four songs, p. 4) [For voice and piano] 
© Mercury Music Corp. , New York; 
21Apr50: EP45723. 
♦Tone roads no. 1; [by] Charles E. Ives, 
for chamber orchestra, performable also 
as chamber music. [Score] $1 © Peer 
International Corp., New York; 6Dec49; 
EP43857. 

IVES. DAVID LIVINGSTONE, 1921- 
Low voice specials; compiled by David 
Livingstone Ives. (Words by Thomas 
O. Chlsholm, and others, music by 
Harry Dixon Loes, and others] [Hymns, 
with music] 50? © Ives Music Press. 
Archbold, Ohio; 31Dec49; EP44202. 

IVIMEY, ELLA. 
Hail, lovely rose. SEE Hook, James. 

IWASZKIEWICZ, JAROS^AW. 
Pie&ni muezzina szalonego. SEE 
Szymanowski, Karol. 

IZQUIERDO SANCHEZ, JOS6, 1906- 
Cordoba, la sultana; pasodoble 6/8, letra 
y musica de Jose Izquierdo. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] © Jose Izquierdo Sanchez; 
30Dec46; EF15502. 

IZZI, ANTOINE, 1920- 
Nuit de reve. Droomnacht. Slow-fox, 
paroles de R. Grassin, musique de Ant. 
Izzi [and] Lawson [pseud. ] [Piano-con- 
ductor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] © Francois Wittebols; 15Dec49; 
EF0-1941. 

Toni; fox trot, musique de Ant. Izzi 
& Lawson [pseud. ] [Piano-conductor 
score (orchestra) and parts] © Francois 
Wittebols; 15Dec49; EF0-1175. * 



JACK, ALFRED, 1914- 
Es kann Ihr GlOck sein! Tango, Text: 
Leo Breiten [pseud. ], Musik: Alfred 
Jack. © Capriccio-Musikverlag, 
G. m.b. H. , Berlin; lMar50; EF0-2666. 

JACKSON, BENGT, pseud . SEE 
Widegren, Benkt. 



JACKSON. ED. 
Wanderin'; [by Ed. Jackson, arr. by 
Walter L. Rosement] [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols for guitar or 
ukelele and accordion] © Edwards Music 
Co., inc.. New York; 28Mar50; EP45261. 



JACKSON, FRANCIS, 1917- 
Communion service in G; [by] Francis 
Jackson. (Oxford church music, no. 518) 
[Score: SATB and organ] Is. 3d. 
© Oxford University Press, London; 
9Mar50; EFO-3201. 
(Communion service) The Creed; from 
the Communion service in G, [by] 
Francis Jackson. (Oxford church music, 
no. 518a) [Score: SATB and organ] 6d 
© Oxford University Press, London; 
9Mar50; EFO-3202. 

JACKSON, GEORGE PULLEN, 1874- 
There is a Holy City. SEE Malin, D. F. 

JACOB, DON CLEMENT. SEE 
Jacob, Maxime, 1906- 

JACOB, GORDON PERCIVAL SEPTIMUS, 
1895- 

Festal march; [by] Gordon Jacob, arr. 
by W. J. Duthoit. (The Army journal 
for full military band, no. 750) [Condensed 
score and parts] © Chappell &. Co. , 
ltd., London; 4Apr50; EFO-2673. 
♦(Rhapsody, English horn & strings) 

Rhapsody; [by] Gordon Jacob, arrange- 
ment for cor anglais & piano by John 
Addison. [Score and part] 6/6 © Joseph 
Williams, ltd., London; 31 Mar50; 
EFO-2563. 

JACOB. HEINRICH EDUARD. 

♦Joseph Haydn, his art, times, and glory. 
[Translated by Richard and Clara 
Winston] New York. Rinehart. 368 p. 
illus. © H. E. Jacob; 3Jan50; A39476. 

JACOB. MAX. 1876-1944. 
Les penitents en maillots roses. 

SEE Sauguet, Henri. 
Visions infe males. SEE Sauguet, 
Henri. 

JACOB, MAXIME, 1906- 
Vingt pieces faciles; sur des themes 
gregoriens, pour harmonium ou orgue 
sans pedales, [by] Don C16ment Jacob. 
© Enoch & cie, Paris; 18Nov49; 
EFO-1675. 

JACOB, PIERRE. 1904- 
Ma chanson vous appelle. SEE 

Malderen. E. V. 
Printemps de Paris. SEE Lafarge, G. P. M. 

JACOBS, AL. 

Comanche Rose; by Jack Pleis, Cliff 
Ferre and Al Jacobs. [For voice and 
piano, with chord symbols] © Shapiro, 
Bernstein & Co. , inc.. New York; 
9Jun50; EP47384. Appl. states prev. 
reg. 27Mar50, EU199953. 

Tears on my tie; by Eve Young, Cliff 
Ferre [and] Al Jacobs. [For voice and 
piano, with ukulele diagrams and chord 
symbols] © Jefferson Music Co. . inc. , 
New York; 27mar50 (in notice: 1949); 
EP45060. 

JACOBS, JACOB. 
Unser mishpoche. SEE Secunda, Sholom. 

JACOBS, LEON, 1896- 
Tu peux revenir de Jean Nys & Mary 
Clae. sur une musique de Leon Jacobs 
& Fred Pierry [pseud. ] [For voice and 
piano] © France continentale, Liege, 
25Apr50, EF0-2996. 

JACOBS. MILTON. 
A revelation; S. A. T. B. , text and music 
by Milton James [pseud. ] (Bourne series 
of choral music, 656) [With piano ace. ] 
25C ©Bourne, inc.. New York; 
22Mar50; EP45047. 
Universai's follow-up method for the 
saxophone; a graded advanced course, 
[by] Milton James [pseud. ] 1st ed. $1. 25 
© Universal Music Publishers, New York; 
18Nov49; AA137199. 



JACOBSEN, JULIUS. 
Huka er, gubbar. SEE Frykman, 

Erik. 
Tommy, min pojke. SEE Mattsson, 

C. O. 
Varje flicka har sin [egen] melodi. 

SEE Sundelof, F. G. Med karlek 

och solsken och sang. 

JACOBSON, L. B. 
Sancta Lucia. SEE Nyvall, Jacob. 

JACOBSON. MAURICE, 1896- 
Ellan Vannin. SEE Townena\ F. H. 
Flocks by shepherd safe attended. 
SEE Bach, J. S. Was mir behagt. 

JACOBSSON. ACKE. 
Rustibuss; musik: Acke Jacobsson. 
(In Sju-stlirnan. p. J10-11]) J For piano 
or accordion, with chord symbols] 
© Schlager-forlaget, Stockholm; 
lDec49; EFO 2003. 

JACOBSSON, OLLE, 1915- 
En solskensdag. SEE SandstrOm, Ulf. 

JACOME, G ALFREDO. 

Ronda de la primavera; y otras rondas 
infantiles [by] G. Alfredo Jicome. [For 
voice and piano Guide for teaching 
formation of figures and marches laid 
in] © Editorial Kapelusz, s. r. I. , Buenos 
Aires; 270ct49; EF0-2350. 

JACQMAIN, ROBERT, 1915- 
Ayi la barba samba. SEE Elloy, Max. 

JACQUES. FRANCOIS. 
La fille des iles. SEE Leca, Henri. 
Negro tarn tarn. SEE Leca, Henri. 

JACQUES. REGINALD, 1894- 
A Bach suite for strings. SEE Bach, J. S. 

JARNBERG, WIKTOR. 
SEE Kom dansa med mej! 

JAFFE, BEN, 1903- 
Pigtail polka; by L. Shelly, M. Stoner and 
B. Jaffe. [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © Dana Music Co. , inc., 
New York; 30Jan50 (in notice: 1949); 
EP43864. Appl. states prev. reg. 
EU162894. 

JAFFE, MOE, 1901- 
The baseball polka. SEE Fotine, Larry. 
Jo -Jo. SEE Quinto, Sy. 
Pray. SEE Boland, C. A. 
When they all get together with the 
Lord. SEE Reichner, S. B. 

JAHN, ARTHUR. 

•Methodik des Violinspiels. Leipzig, 

Breitkopf & Hftrtel. 107 p. © Breitkopf 
Publications, inc. (in notice: Breitkopf k 
Hftrtel); 31Dec48; AF11451. 

JAHN, GCSTA. 
Det ftr vackraat nftr det skymmer; [by] 

G8sta Jahn, [words by] Pftr Lager kvist. 

© MalmstrOm & co. , Stockholm; lNov49; 

EFO-1814. 
Den kflra vftgen; [by] Go'sta Jahn, [words 

by] Fr. Nycander. [ With his Det tr 

vackrast nftr det skvmmerT - © Malm- 

strOm & co., Stockholm; lNov49; 

EFO-1814. 
(Huddinge socken) Sfcrmlandssang, i 

Huddinge socken, [by] Gosta Jahn, text 

av Ebba Lewenhaupt © Malmstrdm & 

co., musikforlag, Stockholm; lNov49; 

EFO-1800 
I kapellet en vardag; [by] Gosta Jahn, 

text av Anders Osterling. © Malmstrom 

& c:o, musikforlag, Stockholm; 

15Dec49; EFO-1996. 
Nar alven brusar; prelude, [by] Gosta 

Jahn. Piano. © Malmstrom & c:o. 

musikforlag, Stockholm; 15Dec49- 

EFO-1997. 
SOrm lands sang. SEE HIS 
Huddinge socken. 



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PUBLISHED MUSIC 



*JAHRBUCH DER MUSIKWELT; Hrsg. von 
Herbert Barth, wissenschaftliche 
Redaktion: Richard Schaal. The year- 
book of the music world. © Verlag 
Julius Steeger & Co. , G. m. b. H. , Bay- 
reuth; l.Jahrg. (1949-50), 10Jan50 
(in notice: 1949); AFO-1324. 

JAIME. BENJAMIN HOMER. 1910- 
Brief pictures of the Passion of our Lord; 
words and music by Benj. Homer Jaime. 
[Score: solo voices (SMzATBarB), 
chorus (SATB) and organ) © Benjamin 
Homer Jaime; 28Feb50 (in notice: 1949); 
EP45112. 

JAMACK, PETER JOSEPH. 1907- 
A real dude cowboy; words [and] music 
by Peter J. Jamack. © on revision & 
arrangement; Peter J. Jamack; 16May50; 
EP46864. Appl. states prev. reg. 
24Feb50, EU195093. 

JAMES, BILLY, 1896- 

Bre bra brus ska ska means a lot of fun; 
by Joe Schuster, Eddie Michalove, Sid 
Friedman [and] Billy James. [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols] 
© Nedson Music Pub. Co., inc.. New 
York; 25Feb50; EP44555. 

The laughing polka; by Jules Lande, 
Thomas G. Meehan and Billy James. 
[For voice and piano, with chord symbols] 
© James Music, inc. , New York; 
27Feb50; EP44648. 

Once again. SEE Moran, A. M. 

JAMES, EDYTH L 
My shadow; piano solo, by Edyth L. James. 
350 ©Belwin, inc.. New York; 17Feb50; 
EP44447. 

JAMES, FRANCIS. 1868-1938. 
Quatre airs romantiques. SEE 
Baron, Maurice. 

JAMES, LAWRENCE C. 
It won't be long. SEE Jimerson, Jessie. 

JAMES, MARGUERITE. 
I don't know whether to laugh or cry over 
you; words and music by Bernie Wayne 
[pseud. ] and Marguerite James. © Porgie 
Music Corp., New York; 12Jan50 (in 
notice: 1949); EP43567. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 170ct49, EU182003. 

JAMES, MILTON, pseud . SEE 
Jacobs. Milton, 1&15- 

JAMES. PHILIP, 1890- 
Caprice viennois. SEE Kreisler, Fritz. 

JAMES, WILL. 
Almighty God of our fathers; four-part 
song for men's voices [by] Will James. 
(Wood octavo series, no. 704) [With 
piano ace. ] 15? © The B. F. Wood 
Music Co. . Boston; 22May50; EP46637. 

JANACEK, LEGS, 1854-1928. 

*Kata Kabanova; opera o 3 jednanfeh, podle 
A. N. OstrovskGho Bouf e, v pPekladu 
Vine. Cervinky. Hudbu sloSil LeoB 
JanaCek, klavfrnf v^tah se zpSvy upravil 
Bf etislav Bakala. Katja Kabanowa; 
Oper in 3 Aktefi, nach A. N. Ostrowskijs 
Gewitter, in der tJbersetzung von Vine. 
Cervinka. Musik von [LeoB JanaCek] 
Klavierauszug mit Text von [Bretislav 
Bakala] ins Deutsche Obertragen von Max 
Brod. [Piano-vocal score] © Universal- 
Edition. Wien; 22May22; DP41. 



JANES, JOSE, 1913- 
Combat del somni. 
Federico. 



SEE Mompou, 



JANOWSKI. MAX, 1912- 
Ovlnu malkeinu. Our Father, our King; 
for solo, mixed chorus and organ or 
pla.no by Max Janowski. (A people sings, 
choral series 1, no. 1) [Words in Hebrew, 
trans literated] 30C © Halevi Choral 
Society, Chicago; lApr50; EP45541. 
Appl. states prev. reg. HOct48, 
EU147547. 



JANOWSKY, EDWARD. 
Musical ABC's for violin, first position, 
by Edward Janowsky. Writing lessons. 
600 ©Belwin, inc.. New York; 2Mar50; 
EP44621. 

JANSEN, GUUS, 1911- 

Elfenbal. Dance of the nymphs. [By] 
Guus Jansen. (Metro's concert- serie, 
nr. Ill) [Piano -conductor score (orches- 
tra) and parts] © Metro-Muziek, Amster- 
dam, Holland; lSep46; EF15019. 

Elfinette; composed by Guus Jansen, 
arr. for piano solo by Billy Mayer I. 
2/6 © on arrangement; Keith, Prowse 
* Co.. ltd., London; 23Mar50; EFO-2313. 

JANSSON, RUNE. 
Du ftr min Herre. SEE Dahlgren, Erland. 

JAQUES-DALCROZE, EMILE, 1865- 

Chansons d'enfants; avec texte explicatif, 
[by] E. Jaques-Dalcroze. Op. 42. 
Partition chant et piano. (Edition 
Foetisch, no. 15) © on rev. ed. ; 
Foetisch freres s. a. , Lausanne; lDec49 
(in notice: 1950); AF11786. 

Premieres rondes enfantines; avec texte 
explicatif, [by] E. Jaques-Dalcroze, 
chant et piano. © on rev. ed. ; Foetisch 
freres s. a. , Lausanne; lDec49; AF11785. 

Quinze nouvelles rondes enfantines; 
avec texte explicatif, [by] E. Jaques- 
Dalcroze. Op. 37. Chant et piano. 
(Edition Foetisch, no. 14) © on rev. ed. ; 
Foetisch frtres s. a., Lausanne; lDec49 
(in notice: 1950); AF11783. 

Six chansons de gestes; pour une ou deux 
voix et piano avec texte explicatif, [by] 
E. Jaques-Dalcroze. Op. 58. (Edition 
Foetisch, no. 16) © on rev. ed. ; Foetisch 
freres s.a., Lausanne; lDec49 (in notice: 
1950); AF11784. 

JAROSCHECK, KARL ERICH, 1878- 
Liebe ist teuer. SEE Brehme, Hans. 

JARVIS, LEE, 1901- 
Blessed spring, blessed love. SEE 

Yellman, Duke. 
How can I ever tell you? SEE 

Yellman, Duke. 
How could this have happened? SEE 

Yellman, Duke. 

JASON, WILL. 
Penthouse serenade. SEE Burton, Val. 
The Hollywood nine o'clock revue. 

JATROPELLI, ENRICO, 1888- 
L'ape che ronza. SEE Salerno, Alfonso. 

Colpo di fulmine. 
Isabella. SEE Salerno, Alfonso. 

Sam 6a. 

JEANJEAN, FAUSTIN, 1900- 

*(Quartet, saxophones) Quatuor pour saxo- 
phones; [by] F. it M. Jeanjean. 
[Miniature score] © Editions Salabert, 
Paris; 60ct49; EF0-1309. 

♦(Quartet, saxophones) Quatuor pour saxo- 
phones; [by] F. & M. Jeanjean. [Parts] 
© Editions Salabert, Paris- 26Sep49- 
EFO-1310. ' 

JEANJEAN, MAURICE, 1897- 
Quatuor pour saxophones. SEE 
Jeanjean, Faustin. Quartet, 
saxophones. 

JEANNE, REN6, 1887- 
Ce soir, mon amour. SEE Scotto. 

Vincent. Violettes imperiaies. 
Qui veut mon bouquet de violettes? 

SEE Scotto. Vincent. Violettes 

imperiaies. 
Si tu voyais. SEE Scotto, Vincent. 

Violettes imperiaies. 
Violette. SEE Scotto, Vincent. 

Violettes imperiaies. 
JEANS, MARY LU, 1914- 
It must have been two other people. 

SEE Rundle, Margaret. 



JEANSON, HENRI, 1900- 
C'est ma tournee. SEE Van Parys, 

G. E. Lady Paname. 
Du t'ca. SEE Van Parys, G. E. 
Lady Paname. 

JEFFERIES, STANTON. 
The far horizon; words by Harrv A. Parr, 
music by Stanton Jefferies. 2/- 
© Arcadia Music Pub. Co. , ltd. , London; 
10Dec49; EFO-2967. 
Spring morning with you; lyric by Ralph 
Stanley [pseud. ], music by Stanton 
Jefferies. 2/- © Ascherberg, Hopwood 
& Crew, ltd. , London; 17Apr50; 
EFO-2887. 

JEFFRESS, RONEY GORDON, 1915-1949. 
Echoes in the valley; [by] Roney G. 
Jeffress. [Hymn, with music] 25p 
© Jeffress Music Co. , Crossett, Ark. ; 
25Feb50; EP44557. 

JEFFRIES. HERB. 
Sunday isn't Sunday any more; words and 
music by Jeanne Burns [and] Herb 
Jeffries. © Leeds Music Corp. , New 
York; 30Dec49; EP43349. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 7Jan49, EU154456. 

JELINEK, HANNS, 1901- 

* (Suite, string orchestra, op. 11) Suite; 
fur Streichorchester [by] Hans Jelinek. 
Op. 11. Partitur. (Universal-Edition 
11988) [Score] © Universal -Edition, 
Wien; 30Sep49; EFO-976. 
♦ZwBlftonwerk, op. 15: Vier zweistimmige 
Inventionen; in denen die vier Modi der 
Reihe vorgestellt werden, [von] Harms 
Jelinek. Twelve -tone-music: Four two- 
part inventions; in which the four modes 
of the line are introduced. [For piano] 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; Heft 1, 
10May49; EF15021. 

JENKINS. CYRIL, 1890- 
Night in the desert; for three -part chorus 
of women's voices with piano accompani- 
ment, [by] Cyril Jenkins, [words by] 
Robert Southey. (G. Schirmer, octavo 
no. 9841) 22£ © G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York; 27Dec49; EP43608. 

JENKINS, DAVID EDMUND, 1898- 
He giveth His beloved sleep; song, lyric 
by Edward Lockton, music by David 
Jenkins. 2/- ©Ascherberg, Hopwood 
& Crew, ltd., London; 6Mar50; EFO-2200. 

JENKINS, GORDON. 
Tzena, Tzena, Tzena. SEE Ross, Spencer. 

JENKINS. TOM. 
Ave Maria. SEE Gyldmark, H. G. S. 

JENNINGS. DEBORAH HUNT, 1915- 
* Music for modern dance; by Deborah 
Hunt Jennings. New York, Bureau of 
Publications, Teachers College, 
Columbia University. [Principally 
for piano] © Deborah Hunt Jennings; 
28Feb50; AA145020. 

JENNY, GEORGES MARCEL CHARLES. 
♦Premiers conseils a l'ondioliniste debutant. 

[Paris, 1949. 28] 1. © Georges Jenny; 

2Nov49; AF-0374. 

[JENSEN, HARRYJ 1911- 
Nu skiner solen lgen pi var lilla jord; 
vals, musik: Sven Ulrik [pseud. ], svensk 
text: Roland. Stockholm, Ahlins musik- 
fSrlag. Kr. 2, 25 © Jac. Boesens muaik- 
f or lag a/s; Uan46; EF15298. 

JENTES, HARRY. 
Can I help it if I'm helpless in your arms? 
Words by Mitchell Parish, music by 
Harry Jentes. © Mills Music, inc. , 
New York; 27Apr50; EP46315. 

JEPPESEN, KNUD. 1892- 
A Porfiria vecchiarella. SEE 
Stradella, Alessandro. Orazio. 



119 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



JEPPENSEN, KNUD, 1892- Cont'd. 
Accorta lusinghiera. SEE Calestani, 

Vincenzio. * ~ 

Ahi, sciocco mondo. SEE Monteverdi, 

Claudio. 
Al fonte, al prato. SEE Caccini, 

Giulio. 
Al fonte, al prato. SEE Peri, Jacopo. 
Alma mia, dove ten' vai. SEE 

Gagliano, Marco da. 
Ama, sospira. SEE Hflndel, G. F. 

Alcina. 

Amar il caro bene. SEE A mar il caro bene. 
Amarilli. SEE Caccini, Giulio. 
Amor, ch'attendi. SEE Caccini, Giulio. 
Aur' amorosa. SEE Caccini, Giulio. 
Avvfezati, mio core. SEE Zaneti, F. M. 
Begli occhi. SEE Frescobaldi, G. A. 
Bella bocca. SEE Pasquini, Bernardo. 
Bella fanciulla. SEE Falconieri, Andrea. 

Bella porta di rubini. SEE Falconieri, 
Andrea. 

Bellezza, che s'ama. SEE Scarlatti, 
Alessandro. 

Ben ch'in me girl. SEE Biancosi, 

Gerardo. 
Caldi sospiri. SEE Rontani, Rafaello. 
Cara e dolce. SEE Scarlatti, 

Alessandro. 
Care mie selve. SEE Care mie selve. 

Caro voi siete. SEE Handel, G. F. 

Serse. 
Che inviolabile. SEE Marcello, 

Benedetto. 
Chi nel regno almo d'amore. SEE 

Sances, G. F. 
Come sete importuni. SEE Canssimi, 

Giacomo. 
Contemplar almen. SEE Porpora, 

Nicolb. Or che una nube. 
Cosl, Amor, mi fai languir. SEE 

Stradella, Alessandro. 
Cosl Nilio cantb. SEE Pesenti, Martino. 

Dam mi pace. SEE Handel, G. F. 

Tamerlano. 
Deh, dove son fuggiti. SEE Caccini, 

Giulio. 
Deh! lasciatemi. SEE Handel, G. F. 

Tamerlano. 
Del mio sol. SEE Cifra, Antonio. 
Un di soletto. SEE Peri, Jacopo. 
Di tacere e di schernirmi. SEE 

Handel, G. F. Serse. 
Difesa non ha. SEE Scarlatti, 

Alessandro. 
Dite ch'io canti. SEE Busatti, Cherubino. 

Donn' ingrata. SEE Falconieri, Andrea. 
Dove sei gita. SEE Berti, G. P. 
t tomato il mio ben. SEE Busatti, 

Cherubino. 
Fanciulletta ritrosetta. SEE Gagliano, 

Marco da. 
Fere selvaggie. SEE Caccini, Giulio. 
Ferma, Dorinda mia. SEE Calestani, 

Vincenzio. 
Fiero, acerbo destin. SEE Durante, 

Francesco. 
Figlia mia, non pianger. SEE 

Handel, G. F. Tamerlano. 
Fiori ingrato. SEE Astorga, Emanuele d 1 . 

* La flora; aria & c. , antlche italiane, 
raccolte ed edite per cura di Knud 
Jeppesen. Copenaghen, Hansen, 1949. 
[Italian, English and German text] 
Contents separately registered: v. 1, 
EF0-2125-2169; v. 2, EFO-2080-2124; 
v. 3, EF0-2035-2079. 

Fuggite, fuggite. SEE Carissimi, 
Giacomo. Penosa rimembranza. 

II Tartaro ama Asteria. SEE 
Hflndel, G. F. Tamerlano. 



In questo core. SEE Astorga, 

Emanuele d'. 
In un limpido rio. SEE Gagliano, 

Marco da. 
Ingannata Romilda. SEE Handel, G. F. 

Serse. 
Interrotte speranze. SEE Monteverdi, 

Claudio. 
Io dissi. SEE Scarlatti, Alessandro. 

Lamento d'Arianna. SEE Monteverdi, 

Claudio. Arianna. 
Lascia ch'io pianga. SEE Handel, G. F. 

Rinaldo. 
Ma no, non fuggir. SEE Carissimi, 

Giacomo. Fuggi, o mio core. 
Mai non intesi. SEE Perti, G. A. 
Mi fa vezzi. SEE Perti, G. A. 
Mie speranze. SEE Gagliano, 

Marco da. 
Mio diletto. SEE Cavalli, Francesco. 

Elena rapita da Teseo. 
Un momento di contento. SEE 

Handel, G. F. Alcina. 
Morto son io. SEE Busatti, Cherubino. 
Ne' campi e nelle selve. SEE Porpora, 

Nicolb. Destatevi. 
Ne men con I'ombre. SEE Handel, G. F. 

Serse. 
Non fuggirai. SEE Buzzoleni, Giovanni. 
Sogno. 

Non piu fra sassi. SEE Porpora, 

Nicolb. Gia la notte. 
Non posso vivere. SEE Carissimi, 

Giacomo. 
Non so se sia la speme. SEE 

HSndel, G. F. Serse. 
O bei lumi. SEE Vitali, Filippo. 
O biondetta lascivetta. SEE Pesenti, 

Martino. 
O, cessate di pi agar mi. SEE Scarlatti, 

Alessandro. 
O, che felice giorno. SEE Caccini, 

Giulio. 
O di tua man. SEE Vivaldi, Antonio. 

Ingrata. 
O, dolcissima speranza. SEE 

Scarlatti, Alessandro. 
O miei giorni fugaci. SEE Peri, 

Jacopo. 
O, mio core. SEE Cavalli, Francesco. 

Giasone. 
O primavera. SEE Rontani, Rafaello. 
O, signor, chi sara. SEE Marcello, 

Benedetto. 
Occh' inmortali. SEE Caccini, 

Giulio. 

Occhi. fonti del core. SEE Occhi, fonti 

del core. 
Occhietti amati. SEE Falconieri, 

Andrea. 
Ombra mii fu. SEE HBndel, G. F. 

Serse. 
Ombre, voi che celate. SEE Stradella, 

Alessandro. 
L'Orfeo. SEE Monteverdi, Claudio. 

Parolette, vezzi e sguardi. SEE 

Handel, G. F. Rinaldo. 
Parto, o bella. SEE Colonna, G. P. 
Pastorella. SEE Vitali, Filippo. 
Le pecorelle. SEE Marcello, Benedetto. 
Pensieri. SEE Scarlatti, Alessandro. 
Piango, gemo. SEE Vivaldi, Antonio. 

Pietose, allontanatevi. SEE 

Sances, G. F. 
Poscia quando il pastor. SEE Porpora, 

Nicolb. Veggo la selva. 
Pupille arciere. SEE Gagliano, 

Giovanbatista da. 
Pupillette. SEE Busatti, Cherubino. 

Quella che tutta fe. SEE Handel. G. F. 

Serse. 
Rimanti in pace. SEE Carissimi, 

Giacomo. 



G. A. 



Ruscelletto limpidetto. SEE 

Albinoni, Tomaso. 
Scioglie omai le nevi. SEE Perti, 
Scorta rea. SEE Hftndel, G. F. 

Rinaldo. 
Se i'aura spira. SEE Frescobaldi, G. A. 
Se nel ben. SEE Stradella, Alessandro. 
Se tu sei bella. SEE Gagliano, 

Giovanbatista da. 
Sei mio ben. SEE Porpora, Nicolb. 

Questo che miri, o Nice. 
S'el sol si scosta. SEE Vitali, Filippo. 
Senza il misero piacer. SEE 

Porpora, Nicolb. Or che una 

nube. 
Si che morte. SEE Buzzoleni, 

Giovanni. 

St. si, mio cor. SEE St. st, mio cor. 
So ben che la speranza. SEE Porpora, 

Nicolb. Tirsi chiamare a nome. 
So ben s'io pena. SEE Pasquini, 

Bernardo. 
Soccorrete, luci avare. SEE 

Strozzi, Barbara. 
Soccorretemi per pieta. SEE 

Soccorretemi per pieta. 
Son ancor pargoletta. SEE Cavalli, 

Francesco. 
Son io, barbara donna. SEE Durante, 

Francesco. 
Son povera donzella. SEE Manzia, 

Luigi. 
Son prigioniero. SEE Mancini, Francesco. 
Sorge nel petto. SEE HBndel, G. F. 

Rinaldo. 
Sospiri di foco. SEE Cavalli, 

Francesco. Elena rapita da Teseo. 
La speranza. SEE Scarlatti, Alessandro. 

Speranze. SEE Cavalli, Francesco. 

Erismena. 
Sperar io non dovrei. SEE Perti, G. A. 

Spesso por entro al petto. SEE 

Strozzi, Barbara. 
Sventura, cuor mio. SEE Carissimi, 

Giacomo. 
Toglietemi la vita ancor. SEE 

Scarlatti, Alessandro. 
Toglietemi, pietosi. SEE Manzia, 

Luigi. Medea tradita. 
Tortorella. SEE Pietragrua, Carlo. 
La tua gradita fe. SEE Scarlatti, 

Alessandro. 
Udite amanti. SEE Caccini, Giulio. 
Vaghe stelle. SEE Cavalli. Francesco. 

Erismena. 
Valli profonde. SEE Gagliano, Marco da. 
Verdi prati. SEE Handel, G. F. 

Alcina. 

Vezzosa Aurora. SEE Melani, 

Alessandro. 
La violetta. SEE Cifra, Antonio. 

Vittoria, vittoria. SEE Carissimi, 

Giacomo. 
Voglio farti dire il vero. SEE 

Manzia, Luigi. 
Voi mi dite. SEE Handel. G. F. Serse. 
Volgimi, o cara Filli. SEE Buzzoleni, 

Giovanni. Suplica amorosa. 

JEREMIAS I TROSTLOSA, p_ 
Rickson, Levi, 1868- 

JEROME, BROTHER, 1896- 
The red and blue. SEE Egner, Philip. 

JEROME, HENRY, 1918- 
The wishing well. SEE Bonacio, Bennie. 

JEROME, JOHN, pseud SEE 
Pasquale, Dino, pseud. : Musel, Bob, 
pseud. 

JEROME, MAURICE KRA US, 1894- 
Don't throw cold water on the flame of 
love; lyric by Charles Newman, music by 
M. K. Jerome. © Remick Music Corp. ,' 
New York; 24Feb50; EP44522. 



SEE 



120 



PUBLISHED MUSIC 



Sweet Angle, the Christmas tree angel; 
words by Jack Scholl, music by M. K. 
Jerome. © Blossom Music Corp. , 
New York; 14Jun50; EP47531. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 30Mar50, EU199403. 

JERSILD, J0RGEN. 
Dagmars vuggevise. SEE Schierbeck, 
Poul. Dronning Dagmar. 

JESSEL, LEON. 
Parade of the wooden soldiers; [by Leon 
Jessel], arr. by Charles Magnante. 
[For accordion] 60? © on arrangement; 
Edward B. Marks Music Corp., New 
York; 4Jan50; EP43231. 

JESUS. MY SAVIOUR; melody - Juanita, 
[words by Cecil W. Brown] ( With Brown. 
Cecil W. The dawning of eternal day) 
Close score: SATB. 15C © Cecil W. 
Brown; 6Jan5 0; EP43381. 

JESUS ROSE TODAY; an Easter service. 
[Hymns, with music] 12C © Lorenz 
Pub. Co. , Dayton, Ohio; 9Jan50; 
AA143941. 

JETHRO. pseud SEE 
Burns, Kenneth C. 

JETTEL, RUDOLF, 1903- 

*Klarinettenschule; von den Anfangsgrunden 
bis zur hochsten virtuosen Vollendung in 
3 Bftnden. School for clarinet, from the 
elements to perfection in 3 volumes. Von 
Rudolf Jettel. © Ludwig Dob linger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky) K. G., Music 
Publisher, Wien; Bd. 1, 19Nov49; EFO- 
1277. 

♦ Klarinettenschule: Zehn kleine Ubungs- 
stucke; [by] Rudolf Jettel. School for 
clarinet: Ten small exercises. [Score 
(clarinet and piano) and part. A supple- 
ment to the 1st vol. of his Klarinetten- 
schule] © Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard 
Herzmansky) K. G. , Music Publisher, 
Wien; 19Nov49; EFO-1276. 

•(Quartet, strings) Streichquartett in C; 
fur zwei vio Linen, viola u. violoncello, 
[by] Rudolf Jettel. [Miniature score] 
© Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herzman- 
sky) K. G. , Wien; 24Nov49 (in notice: 
195 ); EF0-1273. 

♦(Quartet, strings) Streichquartett in C. ; 
fur zwei Violinen, Viola und Violoncello 
[by] Rudolf Jettel. [Parts] © Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) K. G. , 
Wien; 12Jul49; EF14949. 
Streichquartett in C. SEE HIS 
Quartet, strings. 

JIMENEZ, GENEROSO. 
A la United Cafe. SEE Duarte 

Matos, Angel. 
Chaulele. SEE Claro Fumero, Jose. 
En ayuna con un polhto. SEE 

Gonzalez, Alberto. 
Hay que? dejarse de cuento. SEE 

Duarte Matos, Angel. 

JIMENEZ, MIGUEL BERNAL. SEE 
Bernal Jimenez, Miguel, 1910- 

JIMERSON, JESSIE. 
It won't be long; words by Sylvia Boddie, 
music by Jessie Jimerson. [Arr. by 
Lawrence C. James] Chicago, S. Boddie 
Music Studio. 20C © Sylvia Boddie; 
10Apr50; EP46073. 

JOB. LUCIEN, 1885- 
Je suis gamine. SEE Borrelly, Paul. 

JOCHUM, OTTO, 1898- 
Brich an, Friede der Erde! Ein Chorzyklus 
nach Worten von Gertrud von Le Fort, 
[by] Otto Jochum. Werk 86. [Score: 
Solo voices (SBar) and chorus (SATB)] 
© Willy Muller, Sttddeutscher Musik- 
verlag, Heidelberg; lDec49; EFO-2933. 

JONSSON, GABRIEL. 

Varregnet. SEE Fernstrom, John. 



JOFRE DE VILLEGAS, ALFONSO, 1903- 
Aires de Portugal. SEE Legaza. 
El barco se ha ido a pique; corrldo 

humoristico, letra de Jofre [pseud. ], 

musica de Roiales [pseud. J 3, 50 pitas. 

© Alfonso Jofre de ViUegas; 5Mar40; 

EF15188. 
J az miner a cordobesa; cancl6n pasodoble, 

letra de Jofre [pseud. ], musica de 

Rosales [pseud. ] 3, 50 ptas. © Alfonso 

Jofre ViUegas; 5Jul40; EF 15186. 
Jazminera cordobesa. Fleuriste seVillane, 

Fiaso doble, paroles espagnoles de Jofre 
pseud. ], musique de Rosales [pseud. ] 
[Paroles franc aises de Doddy, pseud, and 
Liogar; pseud. ] [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] © Julio 
Garzon, Paris; 30Dec49 (in notice: 1950); 
EFO-2516. 

JOHAN, SPEL-, pseud . SEE 
Ringstrand, Willard. 1908- 

JOHANSON. LENNART. 
I lovad sal. SEE I lovad sal. 

JOHANSSON, GUNNAR. 
I s\ensk folkton. SEE Gflfvert, H. A. 

JOHNNY, OLLE. 

De stora pojkarnas la tar. SEE 
Jularbo, Carl. 

Med friska tag; frisksportarnas mar sen - 
visa, text: Oile Johnny [and] Harpanius 
[pseud. ], musik: Olle Johnny. © Ehrling 
& LOfvenholm, a. b. , Stockholm; 3Feb50; 
EF0-3260. 

Olle Johnny's Paradnummer; arr. f5r 
piano och dragspel. [For piano or 
accordion, with chord symbols] K:*. 
3:25 © Skandinaviska Odeon, a.b. 
Stockholm; album 1, Uan44; EF15204. 

Olle Johnny's Paradnummer; for piano och 
dragspel. [For piano or accordion, with 
chord symbols] Kr. 3.25 ©Skandinaviska 
Odeon, ab, Stockholm; album 3, Uan48; 
EF15207. 

Olle Johnny's senaste; internationella 
dragspelsmelodier i kulturell och modern 
stil. [Piano-och dragspelsalbum] [For 
piano or accordion] 3:50 © Sonora 
musikfOrlags ab, Stockholm; Uan46; 
EF15222. 

Stensundsvalsen; text: Olle Johnny [and] 
Harpanius [pseud. ], musik: Olle Johnny. 
( With his Med friska tag) © Ehrling & 
LoTverinolm, a.b., Stockholm; 3Feb50; 
EFO-3261. 

JOHNS, HAROLD WEBSTER. 
Louisiana lullabies; words and music by 
Whitey Kauffman and Hal Johns. 
© Shawnee Press, inc.. East Strouds- 
burg, Pa. ; 14Dec49; EP43288. Appl. 
states prev. reg. 4May46; EU19877. 

JOHNSON, AL. SEE 
Johnson, Eric Albin. 

JOHNSON, ARTHUR LIVINGSTONE. 
Children of Empire; words & music by 
A. L. Johnson. 1/- ©Francis, Day & 
Hunter, ltd., London; 18May50; EF0-341Z 

JOHNSON, AUSTEN CROOM- SEE 
Croom -Johnson, Austen Herbert, 
1909 or 10- 

JOHNSON, CARL J arr. 

Scandinavian country dancesTTTor piano 
or accordion, arr. by Carl J. Johnson] 
$1 © Edwin H. Morris & Co. . inc., 
New York; 2Feb50; EP44148. 

JOHNSON, CHIC. 
I'd like to be a sitter for a baby like you; 
words and music by Perry Martin, Ole 
Olsen and Chic Johnson. © Robbins 
Music Corp., New York; 23Dec49; 
EP43185. 

JOHNSON, CLAIR W. . 1902- 
Concert and assembly band folio. 
SEE Holmes, G. E. 



Pavane. SEE Ravel, Maurice. 
Pavane pour une infante defunte. 

JOHNSON, ERIC ALBIN. 
In the glory of the moonlight. SEE 
Henry, Lorene. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE F. 
You. SEE Moquin, Al. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE THEODORE, 1897- 
Forever yours; by Ted Johnson. [For 
accordion; with words] 25£ © Paragon 
Pub., Chicago; 6Feb50; EP44795. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE THEODORE, 1897- 
Peter, Peter; by Ted Johnson. [Melody 
and chord symbols; with words] 
© Paragon Publishers, Chicago; 4Feb50; 
EP44796. 

JOHNSON, GERALD R. 
Softly sleep, Mary's child! SEE Morgan, 
H. M. The holy birth. 



pseud . 

Croom -Johnson, Austen Herbert, 
1909 or 10- 

JOHNSON, HAL, pseud . SEE 
Nelson, Kenneth Francis, 1911- 

JOHNSON, HOWARD. 
Am I wasting my time on you? SEE 
Bibo, I. M. 

JOHNSON, J. C, 1896- 
Superstitions never worry me. SEE 
Henderson, Fletcher. 

JOHNSON, JAMES P 1894- 

(Runnin' wild) Charleston; fox trot, from 
Runnin' wild, words and music by Cecil 
Mack [pseud. ] and Jimmy Johnson. A 
Jerry Sears arrangement. [Piano -conduc- 
tor score (orchestra, with words) and 
parts] $1 © on arrangement; Harms, 
inc.. New York; 23Feb50; EP44537. 

JOHNSON. JOSEPH GEORGE, 1885- 
This my prayer; [by] Jos. G. Johnson, 
[words by] S. A. Bower. [Close score: 
SATB] © Joseph G. Johnson & Rev. 
Samuel A. Bower; 21Apr50; EP45649. 

JOHNSON, KIRBY. 
Aloha, you all. SEE Peterson, M. U. 
A desert serenade. SEE Roberts, H. E. 
Garden of Eden at Waikiki. SEE 

Peterson, M. U. 
I've got those lost baby blues. SEE 

Gibson, Clell. 

[JOHNSON. LOWELL] 
Desert moonlight; words and music by 
Lowell and LaRue [pseud. ] © Nordyke 
Pub. Co., Hollywood, Calif .; 5Jul49; 
EP46178. 

JOHNSON. LUCILE. 
I take thee, dear. SEE Krumbein, 
Maurice. 

JOHNSON, ORIEN GARTH, 1913- 
Onward Christian soldiers. SEE 
Sullivan, Sir A. S. 

JOHNSON. OTIS C. 
Utah waltz. SEE Hall, David. 

JOHNSON, PAUL L. 
Return, my love, return. SEE 
Richard, Leo. 

JOHNSON, REGINALD THOMAS, 1904- 
In youth is pleasure; music by Reginald 
Johnson. (The Elkin choral series, 
no. 2166) [Score: SATB and piano re- 
duction; voice parts also in tonic sol-fa 
notation] 4d. © Elkin & Co. , ltd. , Lon- 
don; 9Feb50; EF0-1545. 



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JOHNSON, ROOSEVELT. 

My dreams would all come true if I 
only had you. SEE Hall, David. 

JOHNSON. TED. SEE 
Johnson, George Theodore, 1897- 

JOHNSON. THOMAS ARNOLD, 1908- 
Rumba; for piano duet by Thomas A. 
Johnson. London, J. Curwen; New 
York, G. Schirmer, sole agents for 
U. S. A. (Curwen edition, 9721) 2/- 
© Thomas A. Johnson; 14Feb50; 
EFO-1835. 
Themes from well-known violin concertos; 
easily arr. for pianoforte by Thomas 
A. Johnson. 2/6 © A. Weekes & Co. , 
ltd., London; 30Nov49; EF0-2503. 
Waltz melodies of the great masters; 
easily arr. for pianoforte by Thomas A. 
Johnson. 2/6 © A. Weekes & Co. , 
ltd., London; bk. 2, UNov49; EFO-2505. 

JOHNSON, VIRGIL. 
I see by the papers; words and music by 
Don George, Paul Reif (and) Virgil 
Johnson. © Chas. K. Harris Music Pub. 
Co., inc.. New York; 7Feb50; EP44564. 

JOHNSSON, BENGT. 

•Chopins klavermusik i anledning af 100- 

aret for komponistens d^d, 1849-17. 

oktober-1949. 95 p. illus. © Wilhelm 

Hansen, musik-forlag, K^benhavn; 

15Sep49; AFO-734. 

[JOHNSSON, WILLE] 

Ins per at ion rag; muslk: Torvald Eck 
[pseud. 1 (In SJu-stjtrnan. p. [8-9]) 
[For piano or accordion, with chord 
symbols] © Sch lager- ft rlaget, Stock- 
holm; 1D6C49; EFO-2002. 

Novelette; novelty-foxtrot, musik: Wille 
Johnsson. (In Sju-stjarnan. p. [6-7]) 
[For piano or accordion with chord 
symbols] © Schlager ftfrlaget, Stock- 
holm; lDec49; EFO-2001. 

Storsvangen. SEE Storsvangen. 

JOHNSTON, ALBERT CHANDLER, 1925- 
(Lost boundaries) Tanganyika; a rhythmic 
composition, from the film production 
Lost boundaries. Piano solo by Albert 
C. Johnston, Jr. and H. Elwin Taylor. 
75? © Mills Music, inc.. New York; 
6Jan50; EP43712. 

JOHNSTON, ARTHUR. 1898- 
Cocktails for two. SEE Coslow, Sam. 
Cocktails for two. SEE Coslow, Sam. 
Murder at the Vanities. 

[JOHNSTON, JOHNNY] 
My Christmas wish; by Tommie Connor 
and Johnny Reine [pseud. ] [For voice 
and piano, with chord symbols; melody 
also in tonic sol-fa notation] 1 shilling. 
© The Michael Reine Music Co., ltd. , 
London; 26Jun50; EFO-3754. 
The rose I bring you; [by] Tommie Connor 
ft Johnny Reine [pseud. ] adapted from 
Braga's Serenata. [For voice and piano; 
melody also in tonic sol-fa notation] 
© Box k Cox Publications, inc. , London; 
18Jan50; EF15165. 

JOHNSTON, LABAN THOMAS. 
Game. SEE Pendleton, Emmet. 



JOHNSTON, PETER F 
The two rats; canon for two voices, 



with 



piano accompaniment, words: unknown, 
music by Peter F. Johnston. (Boosey's 
modern festival series, no. 160) 6d. 
© Booseyfc Co., ltd., London; 12Apr50; 
EFO-2605. 

JOHNSTON. PETER FYFE, 1906- 
The fiddle; unison song, poem by Neil 
Munro, music by Peter F. Johnston. 
(Unison songs, no. 190) 4d © Stainer & 
Bell, ltd.. London; 31Dec49; EFO-1362. 



The wind; two part song, words by 
Dorothy Wordsworth, music by Peter 
F. Johnston. (Part songs, no. 300) 
[For 2 treble voices and piano] 4d 
© Stainer & Bell, ltd.. London; 31Dec49; 
EF0-1363. 

JOHNSTON, W. S., 1911- 
Child Jesus. SEE Steele, Douglas. 

JOHNSTONE, THOMAS RUSSEL. 
It can't rain every day. SEE 

Brisben, W. E. 
Nowhere else to go. SEE Brisben, W. E. 



JOIO, NORMAN DELLO. 
Dello Joio, Norman. 



SEE 



JOLLET, CHRISTIAN, 1922- 
II y a toi, il y a moi. SEE Van Parys, 
G. E. Drame au Vel' d'hiv. 

JOLLIFF. ART. 
Skater's waltz. SEE Waldteufel. Emil. 

Under the double eagle. SEE 
Wagner, J. F. 

JOLSON, AL, 1886- 
No sad songs for me; words and music 
by Harry Akst and Ai Jolson. © Bourne, 
inc.. New York; 25May50; EP46779. 
Appl. states prev. reg. lMay50, 
EU202255. 

JOLY. DENIS, 1806- 
Cantilene et danse; pour saxophone et 
piano, par Denis Joly. [Score and part] 
15fr. © Alphonse Leduc * cie, Paris; 
70ct49; EFO-1430. 

JON AT O, pseud. SEE 
Trognde, Georges. 

JONES, APPLE-JACK. 
Square dance jamboree; arr. by Apple- 
jack Jones with dance calls by Grace 
Whitehead. [Piano -conductor score 
(orchestra) and parts; with words] $1 
© Edwin H. Morris k Co. , inc. , New 
York; 27Jan50 (in notice: 1949); EP43901. 

JONES, DAVID HUGH. 1900- 
How beautiful upon the mountains; 
T. T. B. B. , a cappella, [by] David Huga 
Jones, [words from] Isaiah, 52:7. 
(Laurel octavo, no. 1541) 16£ © C. C. 
Birchard & Co. , Boston; 2Mar50; 
EP45002. 

JONES, FRED R 
Take it easy, take it light; words and 
music by Irving Gordon, David Fenwick 
and Fred R. Jones. © Ardmore Music, 
Division of Capitol Publications, inc. , 
New York; 23Feb50; EP44526. 

JONES, FREDRIC D. 
I hadn't ought to told you, but I did. 
SEE Hall, David. 

JONES, GAYLORD MARSHALL, 1918- 
The herring chokers; Torvald & his island 
boys, by Gay Jones, [words by] Doug 
Setterberg. (In his He's a Scandinavian 
hot shot, and four other songs, p. [8-9]) 
© Gaylord Marshall Jones & Carl 
Douglas Setterberg; 26Apr50; EP46455. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Thorvald and 
his island boys, 28Mar50, EU198715. 
He's a Scandinavian hot shot, and four 
other songs; by Gay Jones, [words by] 
Doug Setterberg. Seattle, L. Snyder 
[1950] Contents separately registered: 
EP46452-46456. 
He's a Scandinavian hot shot; by Gay 
Jones, [words by] Doug Setterberg. 
(In his He's a Scandinavian hot shot, and 
four other songs, p. [2-3]) ©Gaylord 
Marshall Jones & Carl Douglas Setter- 
berg; 26Apr50; EP46452. App. states 
prev. reg. as A Scandinavian hotshot, 
9Jan50, EU189729. 



I'm a crackeryack lumberyack, Yack; by 
Gay Jones, [words byj Doug Setterberg. 
(In his He's a Scandinavian hot shot, 
and four other songs, p. [6-7]) ©Gaylord 
Marshall Jones & Carl Douglas Setter- 
berg; 26Apr50; EP46454. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as I'm a cracker jack lumber- 
jack. Jack. 28Mar50, EU198716. 

I'm a snow-shoeing, ski jumping Norse; 
by Gay Jones, [words by] Doug Setter- 
berg. (In his He's a Scandinavian hot 
shot, ancTfour other songs, p. [10-11]) 
© Gaylord Marshall Jones lc Carl 
Douglas Setterberg; 26Aprtf0; EP46456. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as I'm a snow- 
shoeing, ski-yumping Norse, 28Mar50, 
EU198717. 

Sewed up in my vinter undervear; by Gay 
Jones, [words by] Doug Setterberg. 
(In his He's a Scandinavian hot shot, 
and four other songs, p. [4-5]) © Gaylord 
Marshall Jones & Carl Douglas Setter- 
berg; 26Apr50; EP46453. Appl. states 
prev. reg. as Sewed up in my winter 
underwear, 9Jan50; EU189728. 

JONES. GRIFFITH JOHN, 1875- 
Close harmony songs; sacred, secular, 
spirituals, selected and arr. by Griffith 
J. Jones. Winona Lake, Ind. , Rodeheaver 
Hall-Mack Co. [Close score: TTBB] 
$1 © The Rodeheaver Co.; 23Mar50; 
EP45120. 
Collection of Rodeheaver copyrights, 
series no. 49. SEE Rodeheaver, 
H. A. 
Easter solos and duets; for Easter, Palm 
Sunday, Lent and general services, 
arr. or selected by Griffith J. Jones. 
Winona Lake. Ind. , Rodeheaver Hall- 
Mack. © The Rodeheaver Co. ; 3Apr50; 
EP45591. 
Jesus, Rock of Ages; [by] Griffith J. 
Jones, [words by] Oswald J. Smith. 
(In Rodeheaver. H. A. Collection of 
Rodeheaver copyrights, ser.49, no. 6) 
© The Rodeheaver Co. ; 28Dec49; 
EP43192. 

JONES, GUS, pseud. SEE 
Phillips, Donald, lfi 



1913- 



JONES, HAROLD CLEMONS, 1906- 
Freckle face girl; words fc music by 
Harold C. Jones. [A Clarence Hall 
piano score] © Harold C. Jones; 
20Apr50; EP46255. 

JONES, HATTIE BOULWARE, 1895- 
Salvation's story in song; words and 
music by Hattie B. Jones. [Hymns with 
music; shape -note notation] © Hattie B. 
Jones, Center Point, Tex. ; 1Nov49; 
EP43145. 

JONES. HELIN. 
Underneath the California moon; words 
and music by Helln Jones. © Nordyke 
Pub. Co. , Hollywood, Calif. ; IDec49; 
EP45796. 

JONES, JAMES H 
Blessed is the man; S. A. T. B. Music bv 
James H. Jones, [words from Psalm l] 
(Pro Art choral, no. 1232) [With piano 
reduction] 18£ © Pro Art Publications. 
New York; 5May50; EP46298. 

JONES, MAI. 
The song of the valley; words and music 
by Mai Jones. 2/- © Campbell-Connelly, 
inc., London; l8May50; EP46710. 

JONES, MITTIE. 
Jilted. SEE Hall, David. 

JONES, OLLIE. 1911- 
Two o'clock blues. SEE Tobin. Louis. 

JONES, RULON ARMSTRONG. 
I pledge myself; words and music bj 
Rulon Armstrong Jones. S0C © Rulon 
Jones Pub. Co. , San Bernardino, 
Calif.; HApr50; EP45534. 



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Pledge to the United Nations; words by 
Rolfe Lanier Hunt, music by Rulon 
Armstrong Jones. 50C © Rulon Jones 
Pub. Co. , San Bernardino, Calif. ; 
HApr50; EP455S1. 

JONES. SPIKE, 1911- 
Charlestona-mio. SEE Maxwell. Eddie. 
Doin' the new racoon. SEE Maxwell, 

Eddie. 
Morpheus. SEE Maxwell, Eddie. 

JONES, STANLEY D 

(Wagonmaster) Chuckwalla swing; from 
Wagonmaster. Words and music by 
Stan Jones. © Alamo Music, inc. , 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 5May50; EP46439. 

(Wagonmaster) Rollin' dust; from Wagon- 
master, by Stan Jones. [For solo voice, 
TTB, and piano, with ukulele diagrams 
and chord symbols] © Alamo Music, 
inc.. Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 5May50; 
EP46438. 

(Wagonmaster) Song of the wagonmaster; 
from Wagonmaster. Words and music by 
Stan Jones. © Alamo Music, inc., 
Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 5May50; EP46437. 

(Wagonmaster) Wagons west; from Wagon- 
master. Words and music by Stan Jones. 
© Alamo Music, inc., Beverly Hills, 
Calif. ; 5May50; EP46440. 

JONES, TREVOR M 1899- 

Sandy, the bell ringer; in story and songs, 
story and lyrics by Claire Harris Mac- 
intosh, music by Trevor Jones. 60£ 
© The Boston Music Co. , Boston; 
23Mar50; EP45118. 



JONES, MRS . W. T. 
Jones, Mittie. 



SEE 



JONGEN, LEON, 1884- 
Deux fables de Jean de la Fontaine; mises 
en musique par Le*on Jongen. [For voice 
and piano] 65 frs. © Editions musicales 
Brogneaux, Bruxelles; lApr50; EFO-3084. 

JONSSON, JOSEF, 1887- 
Du goda mane. Guter Mond. Tysk folk- 
visa, svensk text: Evert Molin, arr. av 
Josef Jonsson. [Close score: chorus 
(TTBB)] © on arrangement & Swedish 
words; A. b. Nordiska musikf&rlaget, 
Stockholm; 14Feb50; EFO-3247. 

JOPLIN, SCOTT, 1868-1919. 
Maple leaf rag; music by Scott Joplin, 
rev. music and lyrics by Jule Styne 
and Bob Russell. 50£ © on rev. music 
& lyrics; Melrose Music Corp., New 
York; 15Jun50; EP47547. 

JORDAHL, SIGVALD. 
Jeg ser over Danmark. SEE 
Bertelsen, A. A. 

JORDAN, ELAINE, pseud . SEE 
Livingston, Elaine, 1916- 

JORDAN, JACK. 1917- 
If love could find a way. SEE 
Milligan, Terence. 

JORDAN, JO, pseud. SEE 
Weisskopf, Josef Jordan. 

JORDAN. TED, 1905- 
Whose heart are you trying to break 
now? SEE Bouvy. Walt. 

JORENS. 

Manneken-Pis. SEE Wittebols, 
Francois. 

JORIO, PIER LUIGI, 1907- 
Lydla. SEE Gaito, C. F. 
Nel cuor c'e un carillon. SEE Gaito, C. F. 

JOSEFFER, ANYA, 1047- 

After my laughter; words & music by 
Anya Joseffer, piano arrangement by 
Mel Lato [and] Lany Craig. © Joseffer 
Music Publications, Chicago; 15Apr50; 
EP45661. 



I'll be ever at your side; arr. by Mel 
Lato & Larry Craig, music and lyrics 
by Anya Joseffer. © Joseffer Music 
Publications, Chicago; lMar50; EP44804. 

JOSLYN. FREDERIC. 
Evening song. SEE Beethoven, Ludwig 
van. Sonata, piano, no. 14, op. 27, no. 2. 

JOUBERT. ANDRE. 1890- 
Bathilde. SEE Aube. L. M. 
L'horloge de mon enfance. SEE 

Aaron, Yvonne. 
Je voudrais. SEE Aube, L. M. 
Lettre de l'absent. SEE Aaron. 

Yvonne. 
Ne cherchez pas mon ame. SEE 

Aube. L. M. 
Vos yeux. SEE Aube, L. M. 

JOYAU-DORMOY, ALICE. 
La liberation des Antilles. SEE 
Milhaud. Darius. 

JOYCE, ARCHIBALD. 
Marie mazurka; music by Archibald Joyce, 
dance arr. by A. J. Latimer [and 
Marie Latimer] [For piano] 2/- 
© Francis, Day & Hunter, ltd. , London; 
29Mar50; EFO-2602. 
(Trottie True) Dreaming; medley waltz, 
based on A thousand kisses and Dreaming, 
as featured in the film Trottie True; 
words by P. J. O'Reilly, music by 
Archibald Joyce, arr. by Ronald Binge. 
[Piano -conductor score (orchestra, with 
words) and parts] © on arrangement; 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd. , 
London; 16Jan50; EFO-1856. 

JOYCE. JACK. 
Madeleine. SEE Candullo, Joe. 

JOYCE, JAMES, 1882-1941. 
All day I hear. SEE Read, Gardner. 

JOYE. MARGUERITE, 1906- 
Rends-moi mes clefs! Paroles de Rene 
Baer, musique de Marguerite Joye. 
© Royalty, Editions musicales, Paris; 
25Apr50; EF0-3805. 

JOYNER, BERYL, 1920- 
Holiday march; for piano solo, by Beryl 

Joyner. 30£ © The Willis Music Co. , 

Cincinnati; 22May50; EP46822. 
Jump, Johnny, jump; piano solo [by] 

Beryl Joyner. 30£ © Theodore Presser 

Co., Bryn Mawr, Pa.; 27Mar50; 

EP45207. 

JUEL, KAR1N. 
Blommorna. SEE Holmquist, 

Nils-Gustaf. 
Nar vi bli gam la. SEE Holmquist, N. G. 

JUNGST, HUGO. 

Christmas hymn; XVII century, for three - 
part chorus of women's voices with 
piano accompaniment ad lib., arr. by 
Hugo Jungst, adapted by Carl Deis, 
English version by Theodore Baker. 
(G. Schirmer, octavo no. 9890) 15? 
© on adaptation; G. Schirmer, inc. , 
New York; 6Jun50; EP47248. 

Christmas hymn; XVnth century, for 
three-part chorus of mixed voices, 
with piano accompaniment, ad lib. , 
English version by Theodore Baker, 
arr. by Hugo JQngst, adapted by Carl 
Deis. (G. Schirmer octavo, no. 9891) 15£ 
© on adaptation; G. Schirmer, inc. , 
New York; 6Jun50; EP47252. 

JULARBO, CARL. 

De stora pojkarnas la tar; [by Carl Jularbo, 
Olle Johnny, Eberhard Jularbo and 
others) [For piano or accordion] 3, 50 
© Sonora musikfBrlags ab, Stockholm; 
Uan45; EF15213. 

Trestegsvalsen; musik: Carl Jularbo, 
arrange mang: Harms Bingang. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
Kr. 2:25 © Sonora musikfOrlags a. -b. , 
Stockholm; Uan45; EF15275. 



JULARBO, EBERHARDT. 
De stora pojkarnas lfltar. SEE 

Jularbo, Carl. 
Vara basta litar; [by] Ebbe Jularbo och 
Henry Fox [pseud. ] [For piano or ac- 
cordion] Kr. 3.75 © Sonoras musikfOr- 
lags ab, Stockholm; 15Apr50; EFO-3542. 

JULIEN, RENfi LOUIS, 1904- 
Peut-etre ce soir. SEE Basile, Enrico. 

JULLIARD. REN6. 
Le chef d'orchestre et son 6quipe. SEE 
Inghelbrecht, D. E. 

JUNGMAN. HENRY. 

Waiting polka. Cekinf. By Henry Jung- 
man, arr. by Joseph P. Elsnic, [for] 
piano accordion. 30£ © on prrangement; 
Vitak-Elsnic Co. , Chicago; 14Nov49; 
EP44951. 

Waiting polka. Cekanf. By Henry Jung- 
man, [arr. by V. F. Fisher] [ Piano - 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts; 
with words] 75£ © on arrangement; 
Vitak-Elsnic Co., Chicago; 17Nov49; 
EP44950. 

Waiting polka. Cekanf. Music by Henry 
Jungman, arr. by Vaclav F. Fisher. 
[For piano] 35<! © Vitak-Elsnic Co. , 
Chicago; 260ct49; EP44952. 

You promised me; polka, by Henry Jung- 
man, arr. by Joseph P. Elsnic. [For 
accordion] 300 © on arrangement; 
Vitak-Elsnic Co. , Chicago; 3Nov49; 
EP44948. 

You promised me; polka. Ty jsi me 
slfbila. [By] Henry Jungmpn, piano solo 
arr. by Vaclav F. Fisher. 350 © on 
arrangement; Vitak-Elsnic Co. , Chicago; 
12Sep49; EP44949. 

JUSTYNSKI, VINCENT. 
Trigger happy; polka, by Vincent 
Justynski & Anthony Pandolfini. [For 
piano, with chord symbols] © Dana 
Music Co. , inc. , New York; 25Apr50 
(in notice: 1949); EP45585. Appl. states 
prev. reg. 4Nov49, EU183932. 
Yoo hoo polka; [by] V. Justynski [and] 
A. Pandolfini, [English lyrics by] 
A. Gamse. [For voice and piano, with 
chord symbols] © on English lyrics; 
Dana Music Co., inc.. New York; 
25Apr50 (in notice: 1949); EP45582. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 250ct49, 
EU182974. 

JUZEK. ROBERT, 1894- 

*The simplicity of violin playing; by Robert 

Juzek. $7.50 © Metropolitan Music Co. . 

New York; bk. 2, 10ct49; AA140146. 



Lewis, Bernie Keoki 



, pseud. 
Kaai. 



SEE 



KAAIHUE, NORMAN. 
Aloha sweetheart; words and music by 
Norman Kaaihue, [arrangement and in- 
struction by Betty B. Glynn] (Oahu 
modern note method for electric and 
Hawaiian guitars, [lesson] 22PN) © on 
arrangement & instruction; Oahu Pub. Co., 
Cleveland; 10Oct49; EP43483. 

On the beach at Kailua; words and music by 
Norman Kaaihue, [arrangement and in- 
struction] by [Betty B . Glynn of] the Oahu 
Staff. (Oahu advanced harmony note 
course for Hawaiian and electric guitar, 
[lesson] 78PT) © on arrangement & in- 
struction; Oahu Pub. Co., Cleveland; 
26Nov49; EP43489. 

Texas gal; words and music by Norman 
Kaaihue, [arrangement and instruction] 
by [Betty B. Glynn of] the Oahu Staff. 
(Oahu modern note method for electric 
and Hawaiian guitars, [lesson] 30PN) 
© on arrangement & instruction; Oahu 
Pub. Co., Cleveland; 18Nov49; EP43491 



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KADOSA. PAUL, 1903- 

* (Partita, orchestra, op. 34) Partita, 
op. 34; [by] Paul Kadosa. [Score] 
© Paul Kadosa; 15Dec40; EF15609. 

♦(Symphony, no. 2, op. 39) Masodik szim- 
f6nia. Symphony no. 2, Capriccio, op. 39, 
[by] P. Kadosa. Partitura. [Score] 
© Paul Kadosa; 12Jan50 (in notice: 1949); 
EF15697. 

KAHAL, IRVING. 1903-1942. 
I can dream, can't I? SEE Fain. 

Sammy. 
I'll be seeing you. SEE Fain, Sammy. 

KAHN, ART. 
That night in Braiii; words and music by 
Dave Oppenheim & Art Kahn. [Piano 
arr. by Dick Kent] © Southern Music 
Pub. Co. , inc. , New York; 20Apr50; 
EP45953. 

KAHN, EMIL, 1896- 
Stage guide for The lantern marriage. 
SEE Offenbach, Jacques. Le 
mariage aux lanternes. 

KAHN. GRACE LEBOY. 
Dream a little longer; by Grace Le Boy 
Kahn. [For voice and piano, with chord 
symbols] © Henry Spitzer Music Pub. 
Co.. inc.. New York; lMar50; EP44640. 

KAHN, GUSTAVE, 1886-1941. 
Memories. SEE Van Alstyne. Egbert. 

KAHN, PERCY B. , 1880- 
Over night. SEE Wolf. Hugo. 

KAISER, ROY. 
You are my one true love; words and music 
by Bob Karnes and Roy Kaiser. [Based 
on the Polish folk tune Pytala sie pani 
wale] © Mills Music, inc.. New York; 
6Jan50; EP43715. 

KAISER, THYMIANE. 
Die Freuden des Klavierspiels. SEE 
Cooke, Charles. 

KAL, ANGELINE. 
Wishful thinking. SEE Hall, David. 

KALAVROS, PHILOLAUS, 1916- 
Hymns and odes. SEE Sakellaridis, J. T. 

KALET, PAUL, pseud. SEE 
Edelhoch, Paul Bernard, 1923- 

KALICH. JACOB. 
Azoi zolstu zain. SEE Rumshinsky, 
Joseph M. Abi gezunt. 

KALLMAN. CHESTER. 
The rake's progress. SEE 
Stravinskif, I. F. 

KALLSTENIUS. EDVIN. 1881- 
Bach-mimatyrer. SEE Bach, J. S. 
(Suite, orchestra, op. 23c) Svit fOr 
14-stlmmig orkester. [by] Edvin 
Kallstenius. Op. 23c. [Score] © Edvin 
Kallstenius; 28Feb50; EU195727. 
En veneziansk serenad; efter tonsattningar 
av Francesco Cavalli, Raffaello Rantani, 
Giulio Caccini [and others] Arrangemang 
for orkester av Edvin Kallstenius. [Score: 
orchestra] Kr.2:25 © on arrangement; 
Ab Carl Gehrmans musikforlag, Stock- 
holm; Uan46; EF15606. 

KALMAN, CHARLES E 1929- 

(Concerto, piano unacc. ) Concerto; [by] 
Charles E. Kalman. Piano seul. 
© Editions Salabert, Paris; 4Nov49; 
EF15197. 

KALMANOFF, MARTIN. 
George Washington comes to dinner; for 
voice and piano, text adapted from George 
Washington's Rules of civility & decent 
behaviour in company and conversation, 
music by Martin Ka I mono ff. $1 
© Carl Fischer, inc , New York; 
24Feb50; EP44701. 



Honey, won't you honeymoon with me? 
SEE Trace, A. J. 

KAMES, BOB. 
You are my one true love. SEE 
Kaiser, Roy. 

KAMIN. ERICH SCHNEIDER. SEE 
Schneider -Kamin, Erich, 1915- 

KAMINSKL HEINRICH, 1886-1946. 

*Der neun und sechzigste Psalm; fur 8 

stimmigen gemischten Chor, Knabenchor. 
Tenorsolo und Or Chester, von Heinrich 
Kaminski. (Universal-Edition. Nr. 7084) 
© Universal-Edition, Wien; 28Feb22; 
EF15013. 

KANE, FELDC HENRY, 1911- 
You little doll, I'm in a daze; lyric by 
Hayward G. Lafferty, music by Felix 
H. Kane, Jr. © Hayward G. Lafferty fc 
Felix H. Kane, Jr. ; 7Mar50; EP44734. 



Palmer, Cedri 



pseud , 
c King, 



1913- 



KANITZ. ERNEST, 1894- 
Choral suite; without words, for women's 
voices and piano, by Ernest Kanltz. 75£ 
© C. C. Bir chard & Co. . Boston; 
13Mar50 (in notice: 1949); EP44992. 
Appl. states prev. reg. 1948, EU1U626. 

[KANTZER, WILLIAM E ] 1928- 

This little rose; for four-part chorus of 
mixed voices with piano accompaniment 
ad lib. , [by] William Roy. arr. by 
Carl Deis, [words by] Emily Dickinson. 
(G. Schirmer, octavo no. 9888) 18C 
© on arrangement; G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York; Uun50; EP47270. 
This little rose; for three-part chorus of 
women's voices with piano accompani- 
ment [by] William Roy [pseud. ], arr. 
by Carl Deis, [words by] Emily Dickin- 
son. (G. Schirmer, octavo no. 9887) 18£ 
© on arrangement; G. Schirmer, inc. , 
New York; 5Jun50; EP47251. 

KAPP, PAUL, 1907- 
The baseball polka. SEE Fotine, Larry. 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI. Commission on the 
Compilation of Kappa Music. 

♦Songs of Kappa Alpha Psi; compiled and 
edited by the Commission on the Compila- 
tion of Kappa Music. Donald A. Spencer, 
Chrmn. [Principally for chorus (TTBB) 
and piano] © Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, 
inc., Cincinnati; 8Apr50; EP45634. 

KAPPEY, CECIL G. BARNHAM- SEE 
Barnham-Kappey, Cecil G. , 1895- 

KARAS. ANTON. 
(The third man) A tous les amoureux du 
monde; version chantee de l'air celebre. 
The Harry Lime theme, du film Le 
troisieme horn me, paroles de L. Palex & 
Louis Henneve [pseud. ], basee sur la 
musique composee et arrangee par Anton 
Karas. © on French lyrics; Chappell & 
Co., ltd., London; 31Dec49; EFO-2328. 
Appl. states prev. reg. as Song version 
of the Harry Lime theme, 18Jan50; 
EFO-1482. 
(The third man) The Cafe Mozart waltz; 
from the picture The 3rd man, based on 
music composed and arr. by Anton Karas, 
dance orch. by Jack Mason. [Piano- 
conductor score (orchestra) and parts] 
75(5 © on arrangement; Chappell & Co., 
inc.. New York; 21Feb50; EP44517. 

(The third man) Song version of the Harry 
Lime theme; the zither